UniMed Living bitching, lying and gossip February 2015Posted: February 1, 2015
February 23: *UM’s UK recruitment activities
February 22: *TV ban * Margaret Singer video on leaving cults
February 14: *Site name change
February 1, 2015: *Paula Fletcher Before & After *UniMed Living & complete list of UM propaganda sites *Margaret Singer video on how cults work
February 23: UK recruitment activities
Readers have asked if we are aware of recruitment activities in the UK.
Last week we saw the bogus ‘not for profit’ All Rise Say No to Cyber Abuse scam in the UK, where the censorious defamers and professional propagandists of the UM cult portray themselves as champions of victims of cyber bullying.
Tweets from All Rise & Tell Lies indicate they’ve already infiltrated London’s Frederick Bremer school.
Film producer and Church of Serge worshipper, Otto Bathurst ingratiated himself to BBC Radio 1 on a program pitched at youth.
It probably goes without saying that scam has been sold to Serge’s UK congregation of the Esoteric trolls who happily mob me and others online.
Apart from that, Glorious Wikipedia is showing a second UK registered charity – Sound Foundation Community Care with the same rabble of trustees as the irreparably tarnished Sound Foundation Charitable Trust. Lord knows why UM needs a second UK charity, except as an effort to cleanse the identical outfit of the inconvenient history of receiving mandatory compliance action over an array of financial irregularities. Watch that space, and what Winston Churchill Benhayon and the team wheel out as their next pitch at ‘charity’ activity. We think it’s a push to set up an aged care facility for Sergio to harvest bequests.
In exchange for a promotion on his commercial reincarnation scale, of course.
Finally, Esoteric Breast Massager, Sound Foundation trustee and serial UM company director, Sara Williams of Spherical Living clinic in London, has scrubbed herself up to deliver regular Esoteric Women’s Health recruitment presentations in the hoity toity Kensington Hilton. £15 per punter, and pre bookings are essential so the love bombers can collect contact details and other personal info and spam targets’ into submission.
February 22: TV is evil, pranic and gets in the way of the cult propaganda drive
Who knows how long this has been going on, but Serge is telling the faith-full that television is evil. Seeing ‘everything is energy’ in UM, according to a misquote of Einstein, when you watch television, the energy of the producers, presenters, actors, sound recordists etc. ‘enters’ you and screws with the divine light of your soul or something. So if you watch ABC 7:30, you take on the energy of critical thinking and social conscience. If you watch SBS Insight, you take on the energy of rational enquiry, open mindedness, independent thinking and whatnot. Such evil energy is a serious threat to being fixated on an anti social scam monger, his under achieving offspring, and his intellectually stunted hierarchy of ‘beauty-full’ harpies.
Part of a thought reform program involves controlling and limiting information available to followers. Prior to the TV ban, we knew UM produced copious propaganda where questions and critical comments are prohibited. Dissent is not tolerated – punishable with exile and damnation for countless lifetimes. We’ve seen them attempt to cleanse the internet of critical reporting and commentary. We know they characterize all news reports as biased, and respected publications as ‘tabloids’, and those of us who’ve publicly questioned their publicity and practices are being discredited as cyberbullies and trolls.
It’s similar to L Ron Hubbard’s policy of ‘attack the attacker‘ – attempting to discredit and silence any and all negative viewpoints. Scientology too banned exposure to criticism among followers. Hollywood director and ex Scientologist, Paul Haggis, confessed he wasn’t aware of bad publicity about Scientology for 35 years because he’d been instructed not to seek outside perspectives. In South Africa, ex followers say many have been excommunicated for googling the church. Some are suing to recoup donations or funds spent on courses. Scientology’s most abusive division, the Sea Org, which often consists of members recruited as children has banned TV.
Apart from limiting the flow of information to UM’s unisex Sons of God, the TV ban also frees up more time for the faith-full to devote to UM’s colossal social media campaign to dominate the internet with propaganda. Followers have been told to buy iPads and have been placed on site viewing and commenting rosters, so that instead of getting info or alternative perspectives via television, or spending time with family or outsiders, or as Margaret Singer discussed in the video below, having time to think, their time is consumed contributing to UM’s one sided publicity, love bombing and defamation machine. The cult’s professionals and hierarchy wannabes also wake in the early hours to contribute unpaid labour to the College of UM’s promotional curriculum. The rest of followers’ time is devoted to participating in UM events where they’re encouraged to donate to the cult’s ‘charities’ or bogus ‘not for profits’, and spend their earnings on money for nothing products and services.
The late Margaret Singer on leaving cults
The video at bottom of this post got such a positive response from readers, I’m adding another from that series. Highlights of Singer’s discussion on how cults work was her easy to understand explanations about how high demand groups bring about changes to followers’ behaviour and thinking.
- Keep the person unaware of what is going on and how she or he is being changed a step at a time.
- Control the person’s social and/or physical environment; especially control the person’s time.
- Create a sense of powerlessness in the person – for example through the use of confusing language.
- Manipulate a system of rewards, punishments and experiences in such a way as to inhibit behavior that reflects the person’s former social identity, and promotes learning the group’s ideology or belief system and group-approved behaviours.
- Put forth a closed system of logic and an authoritarian structure that permits no critical or enquiring feedback.
The following on leaving cults is a great insight into the pressures cultist experience within high demand groups. It will help some of you who’ve come out of UM, and those of you wondering how to assist or deal with an ex follower. As Singer explains, leaving cults is not a simple process, and the recovery time is probably much longer than outsiders like to think. Highlights are discussions about the lasting effects of trance states, and the difficulties faced in re-socializing.
February 14: Site title change
Keep calm and take a gentle breath, duckies. I’ve received an impress from the ascended braincells of the common sense hierarchy telling me to change the name of the blog to something with more energetic integrity. UniMed’s persistent bastardization of ‘truth’ and ‘facts’ has brought about this Esoteric revelation. UniMed’s propaganda behemoth have rendered those words officially meaningless. At first I opted for ‘Pervey Uncle Serge’s profitable piss take parade’, but changed it to the more prosaic ‘Universal Medicine EXPOSED’. For brevity.
You’ll see that the site URL hasn’t changed, so there was no need to piddle your pants after all. It won’t make a difference to Google search. For fun I could change the name of the site every other day and not lose our ranking. Maybe I will. ‘Universal Medicine is RUBBISH’, ‘Universal Medicine is full of sycophantic LOSERS’, ‘BLOW IT OUT YOUR ARSE (AGAIN) SERGE’ etc. The title that comes up in Google search will depend on what Google catches on its regular crawls.
February 1: Paula Fletcher before and after
Not long ago I screen captured cult lawyer, cult recruiter, vexatious nuisance and son of a cult leader’s mother in law, Paula Fletcher basking in joy-full love of humanity. Ms Personality has since removed her profession from her Twitter profile, and tried to block me from viewing or responding to her copious defamatory tweets about me.
Why would you suddenly be ashamed of being a lawyer, Paula? Is it because you regard Australian law as Astral, pranic and the devious workings of the Dark Lodge? Makes sense seeing you haven’t dug up any section of the criminal code with which to have me or other whistleblowers prosecuted. Is it that you haven’t gotten the response you’d hoped for in tweeting defamations of me to the likes of Bravehearts and Anonymous activists? Or could it be the scrutiny since your false defamation complaints drew condemnation from a new legion of sceptics? Or are you trying to hose down your connection to Phoenix Global, and the energetic integrity of Mick Featherstone’s criminal career, currently under the microscope of the Queensland crime commission? How very Esoteric, Paula, to have hired an organized criminal, and how fitting that Phoenix Global is known for providing security and internet reputation services to convicted criminals. And you. And Serge.
Last month we all had a good laugh at Serge’s German parasites yodelling out a hymn to their Glorious predatory messiah. Apparently, the lead actor in the Commander of Light slapstick parody of cult recruitment is a professional, Christina Hecke. But not for long. Serge will soon convince the poor pet to abandon the pithy roles – the challenges of the modern canvas of stage and screen, the artistic enterprise of dramatic commentary on the society we live in – for thespian prostrations to a pint sized pervert, his be-fanged Brides, and the glamour and recognition of becoming a cash drained UniMed arse kisser.
Anyway, in my enthusiasm for the wondrous warblings of the Commanders of Licht, I neglected to mention I stumbled over the video on UM’s big new extravaganza of propaganda, UniMed Living – an extraodinary feat of marketing audacity. In the past we’ve had UM’s commercial websites, and then we’ve had the plethora of immaculately spelled student blogs. In a stroke of genius, the propaganda team have now combined them and persuaded repeat customers to do the marketing – for free.
The more dodgey Serge is revealed to be, the more strenuous the cult members’ prostratory gymnastics. For example, the cult are written off by a NSW Parliamentary Committee, with official acknowledgement Esoteric practitioner accreditation is a fraud; Sergio of the utmost integrity is found to have hired an organized criminal to manage his security and internet reputation; and the cult exploits teen girls to sell a commercial grooming project. What do the cult members do? They provide their time, their names, their labour and their daughters to populate another few score webpages with an odd mix of air headed fantasies and far flung, bloody minded lies. At first glance it might appear they’re trying to bring in new victims, and yes that might work for some unfortunate cashed up and brainless targets. However, the cult members are trying too hard. At this point Serge’s unisex Sons of God will say or do anything but face the fact they’ve all made a terrible, undignified and expensive mistake.
Serge is laughing himself silly at how far they’ll go to glorify the colossal piss take he calls a religion, sorry, business, and at how clever he is in getting so many to give so much for so little.
Anyway, the addition of UniMed Living prompted me to count up the cult’s sites – now totalling 27. I’ve only counted those directly related to UM’s main business, i.e. the deification of the Benhayon tribe of bogans, and not the many offshoots to be found on the Naming Names page and the new Fronts page. The following list will be added to that.
If I’ve left any out, please add them in the comments.
Filling up the internet – Universal Medicine’s websites
Main UniMed sites
- universalmedicinefacts.com – alleged ‘student initiative’ with domain owned by Serge Benhayon. Vilifying and defaming critics and complainants
Associated company sites
- coum.org – College of Universal Medicine charity – tax exempt building fund for Benhayon’s commercial premises
- soundfoundation.uk.com – the Sound Foundation Charitable Trust – as above but the UK version, website coming soon since 2011
- esoteric-healing.com – The Esoteric Practitioners Association Pty Ltd – offers bogus practitioner ‘accreditation’ that is not recognised by the government. Website coming soon since 2009.
- esotericwomenshealth.com – marketing abusive women’s health practices
- wilmagazine.com – Women in Livingness Magazine
- healing-symbols.com/store – magic postcards that ward off evil spirits and cancer
- featherlight.com.au – magic, gluten free eye pillows that ward off poverty for the Benhayons
- teachersaregold.com.au – targeting children via gullible teachers
- truemovement.com.au – occult exercise product marketed to children
- gloriousmusic.com.au – magical, amazing hymns produced by talentless Benhayons
- realmediarealchange.org – anti-free speech ‘media group’/marketing & PR for talentless Benhayon businesses
UniMed front project sites
- psychologicalwellbeing.net – dodgey cult conference
- selfcareinhealthcare.net – ditto
- thegirltowomanproject.com.au Girl to Woman Project
- girltowoman.com.au Girl to Woman Festival
Four more blogs are in the planning phase, lol.
Why 27 websites and counting? Numerous cult members also have their own blogs where they talk up their Glorious subscription to Serge’s religion of prettified sleaze and philistinism. It’s partly to populate the internet with Serge’s fatuous fallacies, but primarily, cults’ induction of behavioural addiction to social media is the new cultic mantra chanting. Hopping daily from site to site, not counting Facebook and Twitter, to leave their quota of repetitive affirmations, reinforces dissociation and cognitive dissonance. It consumes cult members’ time and mental activity. As Margaret Singer explains so succinctly in the video below:
…to run a thought reform program, you need to get a hold of a good deal of the person’s time, and especially their thinking time, so that they don’t dwell critically on what they’re doing, they don’t think about it, so you start splitting them off from their friends, their associates and getting them dependent on you.
Margaret Singer Video Interview – what is a cult and how does it work?
The late Margaret Singer is a globally renowned pioneer of the study of cults and cult influence, and has a list of professional achievements and awards almost as long as the UM Facts Team’s list of fibs. Singer talks about cults’ monopolization of followers’ time at 21:19. The rest is a simple explanation of the cult dynamic, and many reading will recognise UM ticks all the boxes…
More videos are available on my YouTube cult channel, including a very interesting lecture by Robert Jay Lifton on destructive cults, centring on Aum Shinrikyo.