Universal Medicine New Year gossip and rumblings 2015Posted: January 15, 2015
*January 21: Girl to Woman Festival Fail! & welcome to Naming Names Fabic’s Kate Maroney
*January 15: Girl to Woman Festival; Commander of Light propaganda video; Universal Media Wikipedia page
January 23: Fabic Cult-like Behaviour Specialists Gold Coast
The repugnant Girl to Woman grooming, cult recruitment and money for nothing sales Festival unearthed another few professional groomers – welcome to the Naming Names page Fabic Behaviour Specialists‘ speech therapists, Kathryn Maroney and Annie Tran – following in the footsteps of their boss Tanya Curtis, a prize recruiter/cult investor who tells parents children with mental disabilities are affected by entities.
Kathryn Maroney tried tweeting misleading Festival promos to celebrities, with little success. Annie Tran is listed for wearing cult jewellery – it’s a bit of a give away, dear. Jonathan Baldwin is trying to look useful listed as a staff member, lol. Apparently Tanya’s stuck him in charge of public relations. My advice for better PR – ditch the cult, and stop abusing your professional qualifications to inflict vulnerable families with supernatural horseshit.
January 21: Girl to Woman Festival Fail – another Real Media Real Change flop
First the cyber-bullying conference flop, then the Men’s Health & Emasculation flop, and now the putrid Girl to Woman Festival failure. The report was a little long to include here, so read it over on my blog. Cult propaganda has it that the thing had ‘hundreds of attendees’ – which is not what the photos show. More like ‘hundred of attendees’, and definitely not the ‘huge success’ they’re claiming.
January 15: Girl to Woman Festival, Lennox Head January 18
The Universal Medicine commercial religion via Esoteric Women’s Health Pty Ltd has been attempting to heavily publicize their predatory Girl to Woman Festival to be held this weekend. Apparently they’ve had the audacity to pitch it to local community radio and media as a child welfare initiative, which reminds me of all the work Jimmy Saville did raising money for children’s hospitals.
The festival is run by the same people who have publicly announced they have no problem with their religious leader having numbers of little girls stay unaccompanied in his home over the past 20 years since his second wife moved in at 14. The same people also think it’s acceptable to expose children to sexually explicit rants, to pressure them into group disclosures of their sexual activities, and that putting their hands on genitals, anuses and breasts of sexual abuse survivors is healing. The same clowns actively bully and defame those of us who’ve publicly questioned this behaviour.
The following is a recording, I presume from a local community radio program, featuring bully in chief, Sarah Davis, and three girls coached to sell the festival. Need I say it’s disturbing that Sarah and Serge’s propaganda department are exploiting these girls to push what is frankly a commercial grooming enterprise? And luring girls and their parents with professionally marketed activities feigning personal development, and workshops on applying make-up and making Emmalee Benhayon’s perfume. Will Serge be there handing out sugar free boiled sweets?
The girls have been drilled to spruik Serge’s nihilistic creed of victimhood and bloody minded hypocrisy: – the world is a scary and threatening place, school is a bad experience, it’s hard to truly find oneself, and the way to cope is to come to the festival and pay to belong to a nasty new church that is hostile to questions and alternative viewpoints.
I won’t post the YouTube montage for Rachel Kane’s Girl to Woman song, warbling about how girl’s become beauty-full woman. The clip features photos of a number of juvenile girls. All of the adult ‘role models’ in the montage are sell outs, making money from Universal Medicine’s predatory rubbish. A few years from now many, if not all, of those girls will utterly resent the people who condoned putting their innocent faces to a hymn to a commercial molestation and death cult.
Universal Medicine front groups
I’ve organized all of UM’s fronts and major recruiters onto a dedicated page, as a supplement to Naming Names, which is aimed more at identifying all the individual recruiters and Esoteric practitioners. A number of fronts are now targeting children and youth.
Google Removals & Wikipedia entry
Last month I posted links Universal Medicine paid the very dodgey Phoenix Global to have removed from Google search. Authors of the sites were not impressed, and in response, a UK skeptic began the Universal Medicine Wikipedia page, which has steadily expanded thanks to the input of a number of editors. Only two of them have been banned from Wikipedia so far.
In the process, more links were revealed to have been removed in 2014, including a link to my blog about the NSW Parliamentary Inquiry Report that slammed UM’s false and misleading health practices. Phoenix Global got that removed with a bogus copyright infringement complaint for using Desiree’s EPA logo – in spite of ‘fair use’. I didn’t try to make money out of it, I linked to the original site, and images can be used lawfully for the purpose of reporting, commentary, criticism and satire. Google ought to brush up on Australian law some time.
The Wikipedia page is looking good. It’s a bit hard to follow but there’s a talk page where editors and admins discuss editorial issues, and the large number of rules and protocols that go with editing there. As expected, the editors form two camps – UM is nothing if not polarizing – and the one or two UMers who haven’t been banned for vandalism stand out for labouring minor points repeatedly. Quelle surprise. My fave is Choose12 declaring a conflict of interest, LOL – there’s a first time for everything for UMers! – mistakenly calling an admin ‘Judenstern’ without understanding the reference, and then referring to the book burning as ‘just a social gathering a bonfire and people burning things they did not want.’ The intelligence is blistering.
Burning books because Serge said so, yes, Choose12?
I’d like to echo commenters here and say congratulations to the team working on the entry. I notice one person became a bit cranky and stormed off the Wiki set, but I’d probably say to that person, remember Wikipedia admins are all volunteers. Unless I’ve missed something, I don’t think any of them have been unreasonable, and they appear to be running a tight ship with regards to their protocols and the encyclopaedia format. If any of those editors want to blow off steam and express opinions not allowed on Wikipedia, you’re welcome to do so here! That’s what blogs are for. Submit a guest post if you like. I’d love to see more contributors here…
Commander of Lies LOL
The Church of Serge’s German propaganda team have produced this hilarious music video – a perfect parody of the Universal Medicine cult recruitment process. It begins with a poor schmuck who can’t open the fridge without being assailed with some Esoteric haranguing. She tries to get on with her day, but UMers and their tenacious ‘joy’ and truly awful muzak will not leave her alone. The harassment continues until she gives in and joins them, plastering on a fake smile and zombie eyes, acting like a fool, and riding the ups and downs of Serge’s premium priced initiation scale on his slow moving elevator to nowhere.
The sequel hasn’t been released yet. Its working title is Universal Medicine Facts, and in that one the victim’s money and energy runs out, she starts asking questions, and Serge’s unisex Sons of God rapidly turn on her, tear her to shreds and eat her flesh.
Best viewed with ear plugs firmly embedded.
Contrast that with this bit of reality from ‘Surviving Scientology’