Universal Medicine reprimands prohibitions, European invasions & gossip June 2017Posted: May 30, 2017
June 15 Why people join cults – must watch video. *Dr Michael Serafin prohibitions and Dermidenticals
May 31 *More news coverage – Northern Star and The Guardian – “Doctor rebuked over spiritual healing group touting esoteric breast massage”
May 30 * News coverage The Echo – Dr Samuel Kim reprimanded by NSW Medical Council
*Peddling GLOBAL obedience in Deutschland and the UK
Dr Michael Serafin, prohibitions & Dermidenticals
Along with the news that Dr Samuel Kim got done for professional misconduct, we also found out pharmacist Dr Michael Serafin of Ballina’s Complementary Compounding Services had further conditions added to his registration. Last year he was investigated by NSW Health following an adverse event with an intravenous ‘supplement’ preparation. He was prohibited from compounding, supplying and dispensing ‘Myers Cocktail’ supplement preparations, and others containing amino acid glutathione. Some time after that prohibition, it extended to preparations containing ketamine – aka horse tranquilizer, Special K, the ‘date rape drug’. It’s a Schedule 8 controlled substance and prescription is restricted.
It’s not a great look given Serafin’s Glorious longstanding connection to UM, receiving referrals from UM practitioners, including Dr Kim, attending UM events, presenting for the College of UM ‘charity’ and appearing in UM propaganda.
He’s also the supplier of UM’s magic Esoteric Breast creams.
Now SergeCorp is busy flogging Dr Serafin’s new skin care line – Dermidenticals. $110 for a 50g jar of magic ‘Day Cream’. Obviously with his expertise, it contains all sorts of miraculous ingredients such as ‘Apple Stem Cells’ and ‘Low Molecular Weight (LMW) hyaluronic acid’, which I believe in the old days were known as ‘snake oil’ and ‘eye of newt (WTF)’.
Unless you’ve just been dropped off this morning from the crop circle shuttle from Arcturus, you’d have to know that skin care and cosmetics is one of the most lucrative pseudoscience rackets of all time on Planet Earth. A la ‘any product over $25 is a waste of money’. Part of women’s financial enslavement according to Naomi Wolf…
And look who’s pushing this designer goop. What a surprise. The Brides of Serge, including the latest legally bound one.
So whaddaya reckon is Sergio’s financial share in this range?
And how long before the blokes get roped into forking out for this stuff too?
Why people join cults
A serious impediment to people understanding cults is the misconception that the problem with cults is religious. It’s not. It’s social. Yet every article and a lot of conversations are derailed with remarks like ‘all religions are cults’ and ‘the Catholic church blah blah blah…’ Cults of course use that to their advantage and claim that objections to their anti-social conduct, or as we saw recently, accountability processes, are ‘persecution’.
The film is great because it makes that distinction. A lot of cults aren’t religious. Beliefs have a role to play in the way cults operate, but they’re not necessarily religious beliefs. The problem with cults is corruption and predatory and coercive behaviour. The majority of blogs I’ve published cover dishonesty, rorting, exploitation, abuse and bullying. It just happens that beliefs are used as part of that pyramid scheme of undue influence. With profits reserved for a few at its top.
In the news: Professional misconduct – NSW Medical Council decision on Dr Sam Kim
After a four year investigation by the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission, the Professional Standards Committee of the NSW Medical Council has officially reprimanded thoracic specialist Dr Samuel Kim and imposed conditions on his registration as a medical practitioner. The action was taken as a result of a complaint regarding Dr Kim referring ‘Patient A’ to an array of Esoteric non entities for useless treatments, and for inappropriate prescribing.
Click this link to find links to the news reports and the Committee’s 25 page decision Dr Samuel Kim reprimanded by the NSW Medical Council
Judging by phone calls I had in the last week there may be more coverage. Congratulations to the Byron Shire Echo and The Guardian for doing a thorough job. Feel free to comment on the decision over on the blog. Updated with links to the articles in the Northern Star and Australian Doctor.
European (GLOBAL) invasion
The Benhayon Esoteric cash raking circus is currently whipping through their annual tour of Europe, with a full menu of shows at that great big financial black hole, the Sound Training Centre outside of Frome, and to a whole new audience of customers in Germany.
Last month we all had a good howl about the ‘Cycles of Obedience’ show at £1000 per head, and one of the bunker’s fearless scouts came up with some footage. Somehow they’ve packed the punters in this year. Perhaps it’s Brexit panic, North Korea brinkmanship or the Trump Effect that makes so many otherwise potentially sensible folk want to leave Planet Reality and send their dosh ahead of them. Oh well.
UM have performed a similar miracle in Germany, selling bogan spirituality to a new market of health consumers who haven’t worked out they’re being sold a religious conversion yet. Wait until they’re sold an exorcism, lol. UM desperately needs new customers considering the Australians are all so knackered and financially wrung out (except for Esoteric Breast whisperer Alan Johnston and a few of the other codger investors). The Benhayons are are pushing it to squeeze much more out of them.
Whatever. The Livingness recently tried to hit on Koln, Deutschland.
It’s all part of UM’s long dreamed of GLOBAL EXPANSION and coincides with the publication of two new websites to add to the other forty however many. GLOBAL Unimed Deutschland and GLOBAL Unimed España. Lovingly translated by the GLOBAL army of Esoteric online content slaves. Who probably stumped for the site hosting as well. Because nothing says GLOBAL more than running shows in three countries, and having content slaves in a smattering more… which UM invaded yonks ago, and not that successfully really after all these years and the rather high dropout rate… zzzzzzzzz