Universal Medicine small town woes & GLOBAL gossip July 2017Posted: July 6, 2017
23 July – Unimed’s love & light in Frome
16 July – Universal Medicine ‘wins’ Lismore Chamber of Commerce ‘People’s Choice’ business award again
11 July – initiating and evolving reactive hyperbole in UM
6 July 2017 *Universal Medicine does Deutschland 🇩🇪 *Unimed Brisbane open day July 8 + bonus histrionic personality disorder *CONverys Lane Failed DA *UM sinks the heart of Lismore
Some good news for my legal defences – a Brisbane QC has joined my legal team with his junior colleague. See the latest legal defence update and please make a donation to keep the show on the road.
23 July – How to make friends in Frome – the Esoteric way
One of UM’s favourite bits of puffery is that their sixth dimensional messiah in chief has trained ‘countless’ practitioners ‘worldwide’ to flog his ‘Esoteric Healing Arts’, and that the ‘Student Body has grown globally by the work of Serge Benhayon’.
My lawyers and I had a nice old chuckle about those, seeing he’s only ever run his courses in Australia and the UK. Similarly, a smattering of investors umbilically connected to the One by Fuze is hardly GLOBAL.
Never mind. UM pushes on in its quest for GLOBAL dominance, fuelled by nothing more than their fiery and Soul-full zeal for pissing people off.
So take pity on the good citizens of Frome, Somerset, home to UM’s UK headquarters, The Lighthouse, and its £2m pound donor funded charity rort, the Sound Training Centre. Spiritually, it’s fast becoming the sister city of Lismore (see below). Not only has the local Chamber of Commerce been invaded by UM devotees, Simon Williams and Hannah Morden (newish daughter in law of Michael Nicholson), Universal Medicine UK looks to be lining themselves up for another People’s Choice award. The litigious lovers of humanity have been harassing Frome folk to shut down Facebook discussions of recent news coverage.
Thank you to the reader who sent the screenshots.
In other news from Tytherington, the listed parkland of The Lighthouse estate is about to be graced by a magnificent, sprawling, designer mausoleum.
A local wondered if it might be Chez Sergio that’s under construction, or a place for the UM pyramid pinnacle to rest their weary innermosts during the twice yearly cash raking pilgrimages? With room for an in house palliative care and bequest harvesting unit?
But no, it looks to be the home of The Lighthouse proprietor, Simon Williams. Business can’t be too bad for the religion that doesn’t believe in comfort.
16 July – UM’s choice
As posted below, Lismore Chamber of Commerce is now pretty much run by UM. The original bride of Serge, Deborah Benhayon, is UM’s Chief Financial Officer and Chair of the Lismore Chamber of Commerce. We’ve seen (below) how UM have worked the gig and used the Lismore floods to opportunistically flog their own interests. They’ve grabbed publicity for GM Records – Michael Benhayon’s Esoteric gospel label, and Flawless Imaging – the photography business owned by Deb’s latest husband, Clayton Lloyd. Plus a bit of publicity snuck in for Deb’s Travelbay business with UM’s well heeled frequent flyers Nicola Lessing and Christoph Schnelle.
Quelle surprise, UM have just won the Lismore Chamber’s ‘People’s Choice’ award by popular vote. They’ve also restricted comments on the Chamber’s Facebook page. Because UM has learned that public feedback and questions are not compatible with selling Esoteric ‘integrity’. Comments are open on the UM page, though. Kind of.
If we got hold of a list of names of the voters, how many do you think live in Lismore?
— Esther Rockett (@EstherRockett) July 16, 2017
That’s enough fun for today, back to work for me…
11 July – UM’s evolving reactivity
Over on the accountability blog we’ve looked at UM’s collective excessive reaction to one of the cult’s doctors being held accountable via an official legal process. The reprimand was the result of a four year investigation into harm done to a very ill and vulnerable patient. During that time, Dr Kim had to meet with the council and explain himself. Alison Greig has written an utterly idiotic defence of the doctor claiming no harm was done to the patient. I recommend she read the decision. The complaint would not have made it to hearing if no harm was done. Dr Kim inappropriately prescribed pharmaceuticals to the patient that put her health at risk, did not work and prolonged her suffering. Dr Kim inappropriately referred her to his Esoteric mates, including his missus, for bogus Eso ‘therapies’ when he should have referred her to medical specialists. This was acknowledged. His negligence prolonged her pain and suffering. Dr Kim misled the council and eventually admitted to misconduct.
According to Alison and the army of clones, Dr Kim is the real victim and so is poor suffering UM.
Anyway, in her recent diatribe about UM’s litigation against the ‘troll’, she drew parallels between my campaign to have UM behave accountably (that has resulted in significant regulatory action) and ‘genocide’.
In the comments below a reader ‘Fantastisch knees up’ asked ‘I wonder if the Aussie UM squawking of comparative genocide comments will reach the tenticle in Germany. How far can irony be pushed?‘
But Fantastisch was too late.
The problem is Sandra probably believes that and thinks UM’s approach to accountability and conflict resolution is ‘healing’. They reinforce that nonsense to each other.
A reader was offended by Alison’s blog and the genocide comments. What do you think? Personally I find the comments too silly to be offensive. They’re pitiful.
You break your reality tester when you commit to ‘the work’. The above is what happens when you pay to belong to a church the preaches ’emotions are the cause of all disease’, the functioning of the rational mind is ‘illusion’ and you’re encouraged to coach your fellow believers on ‘responding rather than reacting’ – with no critical outside input allowed. Histrionic groupthink. Irrational reactivity characterised by excessive emotion and rank stupidity.
I left a comment on that blog by the way Sandra. I asked why Alison would publish a blog that could harm her husband’s clients’ case. My comment wasn’t published.
Comments are open here, Sandra and friends. We’re happy to talk with you but you might want to calm down.
6 July 2017 Universal Medicine accountability Germany
How good is this?! Thank you to Klaus und Klaus, aka Igor and Olga, the accountability bunker now has a European branch. Our mega pranic, loveless and pain friends took time off from playing Bohemian Rhapsody on full volume and chomping down Bratkartoffeln to translate Our Mission page and launch UNIVERSAL MEDICINE DOES DEUTSCHLAND 🇩🇪 complete with a Kontakt form.
It has bugged me for some time that the European public might have difficulty locating the other side of the UM story – the unruly cat UM is desperately trying to stuff back in the bag – so I’m very thankful for the help! I’m sure the German speaking public also appreciate it. It might just save some families the disruption so many of you have had to cope with. Thank you so much Igor and Olga. ❤️ 💛 💖 💚 💜 💙
Unimed Brisbane open day July 8
So yeah, Unimed Brisbane, the Esoteric Breast Massage HUB in the Sunshine State, is trying to lure new targets via its open day this Saturday. The thing is pitched as UM Brisbane’s GRAND OPENING. Seven years after it opened.
Jenny Ellis, Susan Scully and the other unisex Brides of Serge are offering *free* ‘mini-treatments’, which I daresay come with a *free* *investment* pitch with *tax benefits* for donating cash to a business and $2m+ premises 100% owned by Serge Benhayon and Susan, and appreciating as we speak.
It works like this: the gentle breath sales crew tell you Unimed Brisbane Pty Ltd is a *community centre* (lol). You go along and pay for treatments and the more treatments you pay for, the more they recommend to you, and the more you spend, the more they ask for until they ask for donations and then subscriptions for donations and then volunteer labour, cleaning, scrubbing, gardening, building, and producing online devotional content and all of a sudden you’re believing Serge was prophesied by the Lord Maitreya, which must be true because Serge wrote the prophecy, you’ve joined a new religion, handed over all your personal information, and trashed all your old friends and acquaintances to embrace the Cycles of Obedience. But it’s fine because the Benhayons deserve your hard earned money more than you do, or your working class family does, and besides, in a future lifetime you’ll be Esoteric. As long as you agree unconditionally with everything said and done by The One. And his minders.
For some reason none of the UM plugging doctors are putting their names to the thing this year.
For a dose of UM Brisbane’s ‘community’ spirit take a look at its tenants’ reactions to the NSW Medical Council’s disciplinary action against UM referral cash cow and lung specialist, Dr Samuel Kim. Standard accountability processes to protect patients are on a par with the ‘Inquisition’ says the Esoteric Breast Massaging proprietor’s new husband. Who lives onsite. Blogs like this are what UM’s love and truthers call ‘trolling’. And I should be locked up.
Ballina Council rejects UM development application
UM have got it into their muddled heads that I have enough hours in the day to be in some conspiracy with Ballina Councillors to trash the Church of Serge and its overrated sales contingent. I wish!
As in, I wish I’d known about these DA shenanigans that appear to have been running for some time. I would have supplied some tip offs, a complaint even. Looks like I didn’t need to. Thank you to the local snout who sent me the agendas of a couple of recent Council meetings.
In 2012, UM got a temporary permit to allow a maximum capacity of 235 people to occupy the ‘College of Universal Medicine’ building at 37 Converys Lane Wollongbar at any one time. Apparently the permit expired in 2015, limiting the numbers at their Converys Lane events to 100. They appear to have recently applied to increase the numbers.
From the Council meeting agenda:
To Permit Increased Student Numbers (from 100 to 235 students) on a Permanent Basis for an Approved Educational Establishment
Ballina Council said no.
It is recommended that the development application be refused on the grounds that the intersection of the Bruxner Highway and Converys Lane has insufficient capacity to service the proposed development safely and non- compliance with the proposed traffic management strategies is likely to occur. The facility can continue to operate at a maximum capacity of 100 students under the terms of DA 2011/416. Item 8.1 Ballina Council Notice of Ordinary Meeting 27 April 2017
The problem is Converys Lane isn’t wide enough to cope with 100+ cars for each Sergio Sermon. The intersection of Converys Lane and the Bruxner Highway is also too dangerous to cope with 100 Esoterics high on gentle breaths risking illegal right hand turns onto a busy highway – Audi or no Audi.
Funny how Ballina Council is onto the ‘non compliant’ edge to UM’s self-loving Sons of God.
Anyway, the Goonellabah Guru wasn’t having any of it! He puffed out his sunken chest and sent his man in Ballina along to the next meeting – the bloke who ran for Mayor last year, and made news during the election campaign for his part in a website trashing the ‘cyber-bully’.
- Ray Karam – spoke in opposition to the recommendation in Item 8.1 – DA 2016/506 – 37 Converys Lane, Wollongbar.
Of course he did.
His friend the Mayor, David Wright, was absent.
Council voted and the DA was refused, five votes to four.
That Development Application 2016/506 ‘To Permit Increased Student Numbers (from 100 to 235 students) on a Permanent Basis for an Approved Educational Establishment on Lot 2 DP 2 DP 577649 No. 37 Converys Lane, Wollongbar be REFUSED for the following reasons:
- The intersection of the Bruxner Highway and Converys Lane has insufficient capacity to service the proposed development and approval of the application would compromise the safety and efficiency of the intersection.
- The proposed Traffic Management Plan is neither practical nor self- enforcing. There is likely to be a high risk of non-compliance with the proposed traffic management strategies, and therefore these strategies are unlikely to alleviate traffic safety and management concerns at the intersection of the Bruxner Highway and Converys Lane.
- For the reasons outlined above, the application is not considered to be in the public interest. Minutes 22 June Ballina Council Meeting
Indeed. Nothing UM does ever is.
If I’d known all this I might have supplied some Esoteric revelations of my own. Of course UM won’t comply. If they ever did. First of all, is the council aware Converys Lane is a not an educational establishment? That was ruled out in 2014 when the ACNC made sure Serge can’t use tax exempt funds to renovate his property. Until the end of 2016, the building was used two or three hours per month for ‘College’ presentations delivered by Serge. Now it’s not used for College events at all.
No. It’s a business premises for running UM’s commercial performances.
Was any of that info disclosed to the council?
They’ve had no permit for over 100 ‘students’ since June 2015. The maximum they were gunning for was 235?
Anyone want to do a headcount?
The question is what will Serge do with a great big Hall of Ageless Wisdom now the permit really, truly, officially limits attendance to 100?
Lismore stops its heart
Meanwhile in Lismore, the Universal Medicine Chamber of Commerce, formerly known as the Lismore Chamber of Commerce and Industry is managing to rub everyone’s breasts the wrong way with the standard Esoteric railroading.
It escalated with UM’s ruthless opportunism following the Lismore floods. Always on the lookout for a bit of publicity, UM sent an army of content slaves to scrub the prana from local businesses and Clayton Lloyd to take poignant disaster portraiture with his Flawless Imaging brand attached. The Glorious Music record label donated – no, not cash, don’t be ridiculous – one of their AMAZING quality products, a song. As if Lismore hadn’t been dumped on enough. GM Records dealt it an Esoteric power ballad. I’ve heard that some of the good citizens of Lismore dug deep, accordingly. They thought you had to donate money to make the strains of Miranda Benhayon stop.
Apparently UM is working that Chamber of Commerce gig for any marketing opportunity. They’re putting themselves out there, claiming it (!). UM have been elbowing past long established locals to get their businesses into the limelight, and throwing together initiatives without bothering to consult anyone. Which is normal. On Planet Esoteric. But for people battling reputation problems you’d think they’d learn that people in small towns won’t wear takeover attempts from cashed up nobodies.
I imagine that’s how the wonderful Bob Downe got roped into this advertisement for True Movement – you know UM’s energetically initiating occult alternative to dance and sport seeing dance and sport are regarded as harmful and carcinogenic in UM and banned. How quaint that Lismore’s Chamber of Universal Medicine shipped the whole not-so-flash-mob in from Goonellabah.
Bless Bob Downe though, he really is one of my favourite comedians, and such a good sport. He does a better rendition of Esoteric JOY® than UM ever will.