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.
Who knew self-loving choices had to be so costly? Apart from the cost to relationships, families, children, health and dignity, there’s substantial funds hurled into the Benhayon’s coffers. Universal Medicine slugs students and customers, or their financial providers, at every opportunity – for negative return. In the following cost detriment analysis we look at the vast range of Universal Medicine products, and how much is spent on making followers feel superior but look, sound, think and act stupid.
Not all is joy-full and harmonious at SergeCentral. The Universal Medicine cult investors are weary of spending and giving, giving and spending, so that untrained, unqualified Serge Benhayon and his underachieving offspring and other hangers on may live as cashed up bogan deities.
Real Media Real Change, the UniMed cult’s public relations outfit hasn’t done much since its Esoteric Cyber-bullying and Mens Health Conference flops, except to discard their ‘brand’ to launch the highly original Esoteric ‘facts’ site – a creative embellishment to all the bent Esoteric ‘truth’. It’s the same load of propaganda with the addition of false and defamatory character assassination of critics, an unsightly outpouring of all the toxic emotion, denial and bullying they’d struggled to conceal behind the cult’s leaky password protected battlements, and a big fat fib about who is responsible for the site.
Last week, while Universal Medicine’s best and brightest were busy launching yet another desperate attempt to intimidate and defame me – this time labelling me and others mentally ill and cyberbullies – an anonymous reader left a disturbing comment on the Accountability blog:
I just wanted to share one of my experiences with these so called “healing techniques”. I have attended a few of these UM workshops and participated in the “excercises” and would like to say, as a man, I was very uncomfortable with it all. During the mentioned “femaleness” technique I had another man, one of Serge’s sons in fact, putting his hands directly on my genitals.
UM cult members have studiously avoided answering our questions about their abusive practices, and for good reason. In a recent phone call, one of them made disturbing admissions about the cult’s activities involving children, as well as Benhayon’s teachings that failure to adhere to the Way of the Livingness will result in children being raped by supernatural ‘entities’. An extract from the now defunct, password protected ‘Debasing Evil’ site reveals more defensiveness about our concerns on risks to children – a litany of lousy excuses the cult doesn’t dare make public.
No matter how much they accuse me of cyber-bullying, our concerns and questions are not going away.
NSW Child Protection Helpline 132 111
In response to popular demand – more of UM’s back of house shenanigans. Forget ‘everyday healthy, self-loving choices’, soul-fullness and gentle-ness – the messages coming out of the ‘Debasing Evil‘ debacle are awash with vitriol. The Esoteric lovers of humanity insist on secrecy, and as usual characterize questioning and criticism as ‘hate’, ‘evil’ and ‘bullying’, with a crescendo of hyperbolic accusations that have to be read to be believed.