Ray Karam – Universal Medicine cultist running for Mayor in BallinaPosted: July 29, 2016
A vote for Ray Karam in Ballina is a vote for Serge Benhayon, leader of the UniMed cult.
Thursday 15 September PM – Ballina said NO. No seat on Ballina council for Karam, and he ran second last in mayoral race. Final Results.
Serge Benhayon and his commercial occult religious conglomerate has been manoeuvring to increase its political influence in the NSW Northern Rivers region. Members of the cult hierarchy have infiltrated the Chambers of Commerce in Lismore, Goonellabah, Byron Bay and Ballina, at least. It was only a matter of time before one of Benhayon’s sock puppets ran for political office to beef up the cult’s power in community decision making. For over three years I’ve received calls from various sources telling me to keep an eye on ex NSW police officer, Karam. His close relationship with Benhayon and his profuse promotion of the Universal Medicine scam are cause for concern, as is his inglorious exit from the police. UPDATE: UniMed cult email call for campaign volunteers. Most don’t live in Ballina. UPDATE 2: Karam’s chances assessed in local news report. UPDATE 3: The Echo quizzes council candidates Ray Karam & Gail Fuller on their participation in UM’s online attacks on me.
On his website, Karam portrays himself as the noble ex police officer who left the force due to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). He cites a violent incident in Redfern in the mid nineties, and that he served for many years after that, eventually transferring to the Northern Rivers. He was stationed in Kyogle. Around 2007, following extended leave, Karam left the service. According to several independent informants his exit wasn’t exactly via a guard of honour – having fallen out of favour with the higher ranks and his colleagues.
PTSD is a very serious mental health condition. Karam may well suffer from it, and that may have been a factor in his retirement. That’s not the issue. Universal Medicine is a dangerous fraud. It provides no viable therapy or solutions for any condition, let alone PTSD, but Karam has been exploiting PTSD and his status as an ex officer to help UM infiltrate the NSW police and other sectors of the community. According to my sources, the police aren’t having it.
Today Ray works on a number of initiatives to support Police and their overall wellbeing. Contact Ray for more information on support for Police both former and current. raykaram.com.au
Today? Not for a couple of years is more like it.
Karam shopped his underhanded Universal Medicine promotional presentation to police training days in the Northern Rivers. Sources confirm at least some of those tilts were as a tag team with UM cult psychologist and Serge worshipper, Caroline Raphael – who has been disciplined once (so far) by the NSW Psychology Board over her unprofessional promotions of UM.
Those sessions were canned, due to numerous complaints, and word is Karam and Raphael aren’t welcome back.
Cosy with the UM cult
Karam’s Twitter feed and Facebook pages are a constant stream of UniMedLiving spam, with carefully selected news items supporting the cult’s dogmas. Or they were. He’s deleted rather a lot from his ‘public figure’ Facebook page since I mentioned I was going to blog about Ballina’s local politics. He also locked me out of his Twitter page.
Anyone would think, given the proportion of his feeds devoted to promoting Benhayon’s UM, that UniMed was Karam’s own business. Given Serge Benhayon is director and shareholder in a large number of businesses, it’s possible he and Karam have a financial or business connection. I don’t know, but I know Karam and his extended family are subscribers to UM’s services and frequent flyers at cult events, including attending Benhayon’s occult ‘sermons’.
Serge Benhayon – a man who can be completely trusted, leading the way for us all – Serge Benhayon https://t.co/U4qwMhKvqd
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) January 12, 2016
According to Karam’s publicity, Benhayon is his ‘friend’. Friendship with Benhayon means being a paying customer, as well as publishing plenty of unreciprocated social media devotionals and vigorously promoting Benhayon’s multimillion dollar alternative healing and undue influence scam.
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) March 24, 2016
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) January 29, 2016
Or perhaps there’s a payoff when he volunteers his services to the guru’s initiatives, like the creepy Girl to Woman Festival.
— Girl to Woman (@Girl_2_Woman) January 9, 2016
An informant who knows Karam asked me whether I thought voters would be stupid enough to vote for him and his UniMed cult backing.
It’s a concern. Karam is also mates with Nationals federal MP for Richmond, Kevin Hogan. He’s been getting chummy with other National Party figures.
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) June 22, 2016
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) November 6, 2015
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) June 28, 2016
It’s concerning when UM cultists are embedding themselves in the local Chambers of Commerce, like Gail Fuller and Deborah Benhayon in Byron Bay, and Serge, Christoph Schnelle and others in Lismore.
It’s also concerning when cultists like Karam’s mate, Paul Moses, in Newrybar, have plans for their local communities they are proposing to Ballina shire council, regardless of whether other community members are comfortable with them.
Do Ballina shire voters want the shire to be run by UM?
Specifically by the bloke who pulls all the strings, Serge Benhayon – a career scammer who has become wealthy by unlawfully operating a business while bankrupt, charity and federal grant rorts, volunteer labour, using false and misleading promotions for his fraudulent products, hawking dubious ‘investments‘ for commercial enterprises he and his financial advisor own 100%, bullying volunteers into donating to fund his commercial overheads, and robbing families of their inheritances.
Will the National Party endorse Karam?
I’d encourage the Nats to run some checks. Starting with his Twitter feed.
We are not alone. Serge says so. To depressed high school kids.
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) July 13, 2016
One wonders how the Nats, a political party popular in rural areas, will endorse supernatural entities that ‘enter’ people who drink beer, and jump out at night to rape children.
Karam’s knee jerk response to criticism and questioning of UM.
Esther Rockett – Fictions from a Prolific Cyber-Abuser, not a ‘Health Blogger’ or ‘Health Acti… https://t.co/PSszfFTKc8
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) April 23, 2016
He was an organiser of UM’s anti cyber-bullying conferences, including the one in 2012, where eight out of the ten speakers cancelled when they were informed the conference was run by a cult. Ray recruited respected experts by telling them he was an ex police officer and his ‘friend’ was being victimised by ‘cyber-bullies’. The alleged cyber-bullies were any of us who communicated on the Rick Ross cult education forum thread. This blog is an example of what Raymond Karam and his fellow investors label ‘cyber-abuse’, and the research I’ve done, viewing content they’ve published on the internet, is what they call ‘stalking’. Karam is a champion in the fight against accountability ‘trolls’.
He didn’t tell the speakers his ‘friend’ was his spiritual guru and the multimillionaire con artist behind Esoteric Breast Massage.
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) January 19, 2016
Karam is also a proud member of the UM Facts Team, that runs a blog trashing, falsely defaming and mobbing official complainants.
Older photo but the message is still the same-Why I am part of the Universal Medicine Facts Team by Raymond Karam https://t.co/FprOEXcrJs
— Ray Karam (@ray_karam) May 7, 2016
The UM *Facts* site is resolutely closed to comments and corrections from outsiders. It claims to be a student initiative, but the domain is owned by Benhayon. Karam is unlikely to disclose to voters that he and his colleagues’ online shenanigans made national news for bullying. Apart from attempting to put a couple of complainants out of business, the Facts Team labelled Ballina woman, Ira McClure, who was in very poor health, a liar. Her complaint about one of UM’s cult doctors is still under investigation by the NSW HCCC.
That’s an indication of how Karam will behave in office. Except he won’t have the protection of Benhayon’s money and lawyers when he attempts to censor and smear those who question or disagree with him.
Wasting tax payer funds
The cult seeks to expand its business, lure influential recruits and intimidate critics, and Karam is exploiting his police career to further that agenda. But police dislike having their time wasted.
Last year NSW police’s cyber-crime unit held a Twitter Q&A session that wasn’t quite successful. Partly because Twitter wags mercilessly spoofed it, but also because it was mobbed by Karam and other Brides of Serge. It was around the time the cult made a very large number of complaints to the Federal Police ACORN cybercrime unit, which were then referred to NSW police. I don’t know precisely how many complaints. I heard about them second hand (from very reliable sources) and only that they wasted weeks of police time. Weeks. The investigation was abandoned for lack of evidence.
The complaints were about me and my blogs – lawful exposés of a harmful, aggressive and dishonest organization. They tried to pass blogs like this off to police as ‘harrassment’. I imagine the only reason the complaints were taken seriously was because they were made by the cult’s quackery promoting doctors and dentists and I assume, the current and former police among them.
We’re LIVE! Tweet your cyber crime questions in using #cybercrimensw
— NSW Police (@nswpolice) October 14, 2015
Off they went. (All are cult members except Jenna Price, a journalist.)
All referring to me.
Because they don’t like what I publish.
— NSW Police (@nswpolice) October 14, 2015
— Esther Rockett (@EstherRockett) October 14, 2015
He and cult rheumatologist Dr Maxine Szramka feign concern for the police developing PTSD.
— Dr Maxine Szramka (@DrMaxineSzramka) January 18, 2016
It’s a pity they didn’t care about wasting inordinate amounts of police time on frivolous complaints.
What is the Universal Medicine cult so desperate to hide?
UM have teams of people working to shut me down because I’ve published material Benhayon and his investors, like Ray Karam, don’t want scrutinized by the public. The following is a fuller list of issues of concern, with links.
- Risks to children – corporal punishment, restrictive diet, circumcision, grooming
- Exploitation of juveniles particularly girls
- Practices of inappropriate touching
- Misleading promotions and bogus healing, including chakra-puncture & Esoteric Breast Massage
- Delusional and anti-social con artist cult leader, Serge Benhayon & his lucrative toilet epiphany
- Sham charities in Australia & the UK & tax evasion
- Attempts to infiltrate schools
- Death worship
- Rape and murder apologism
- Sexism and sexual manipulation
- Mass grooming
- Preying on cancer patients and bequest harvesting
- Misconduct by health professionals – undue influence & promotion of occult quackery
- Bad press
- Pseudolegal harassment & censorship
Ballina voters need to ask themselves whether Karam is fit for public office, and whether they’re ready to have Serge Benhayon and his UM minders run the shire.
The following email went out to the UniMed cult community calling for campaign volunteers. Most don’t live in Ballina. It removes any doubt that Ray Karam will be representing Universal Medicine if elected to council, over and above the interests of rate payers. To further the interests of Benhayon and his cronies.
UPDATE 2: The Echo sums up Ray’s chances.
It’s rare to see someone not already a sitting councillor take the top job first up. This probably rules out Phil Meehan (although he is the husband of popular retiring councillor Sue Meehan) and Ray Karam.
Karam is not a resident of Ballina Shire, which will probably work against him. His membership of and advocacy for the controversial group Universal Medicine is also unlikely to go in his favour. EchoNet Daily
UPDATE 3: Byron Bay real estate agent and UniMed cultist Gail Fuller is running for a council seat in Byron Shire
UPDATE 4: The Echo questions Karam and Gail Fuller on their participation in UM’s harassment of complainants.
UPDATE 4: Karam appears to be trying not to get elected.