Exclusive ABC News report: UQ researchers accused of promoting dangerous cult Reporter – Josh Robertson
ABC Radio report: University of Queensland academics linked to alleged cult 4 minute report features interview with Professor John Dwyer
Echonet Daily: UQ Medical researchers UM connections
My blog on Universal Medicine Accountability with more background: News report : Universal Medicine in University of Queensland research controversy
*Comments are open on that blog.*
And a little bit of icing on the gluten free Esoteric cake: Video – Universal Medicine: their controversial therapies exposed
UM promoters, Ray Karam and Gail Fuller have been questioned by The Echo on their participation in online attacks on me. The Echo focused on a website attacking my professional practice, labelling me a ‘vicious cyber-bully’ with a ‘hate filled agenda’ and warning Byron Bay residents off my services. The attacks, however, are not confined to that site, but strewn across dozens of UM websites, and are not limited to vilifying me, but extend to anyone who’s put their name to complaints or public criticisms of UniMed and its inglorious leader, Serge Benhayon.
Plus, the Second Coming himself responded to questions from the Echo. With rote fictions.
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.
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.
Simon, usually known as Rebecca, finally developed the Esoteric courage to scurry out from behind the password protected, ‘true expression project’ moderated SergeProp battlements. He left a couple of comments on a recent post falsely accusing Lance of making threats of violence. Simon, his wife Rebecca Asquith and his colleagues on the UM Facts Team have published scores of false and defamatory webpages about Lance – merely because he spoke with the media and made official complaints. The same people dishing out false accusations, beatify their sleaze-bag guru, Serge Benhayon, a bloke who recommends beating kids.
UPDATE: Asked to address the real issues, the Asquiths had nothing to give. UPDATE JULY 4: The Asquiths’ empty histrionics are a waste of blog space, so I’ve booted them a few notches down the blog. The gutter would be more suitable but given their brief and unillustrious visit proves (again) their hopeless incapability of accounting for themselves, the content will remain online.
25 May – Teachers are Gold for cult groomers: Universal Medicine’s school incursion flop + Naming Names UM cult teachers
22 May 2016 – bent testimonial & misleading promo special
11 May 2016 – New Universal Medicine Exposed website. Truly!
25 March: SLAPP SLAPP SLAPPITY SLAPP – Universal Law solicitors’ shenanigans
9 March: The Universal Medicine cult’s facade of ‘energetic integrity’ continues to crumble with the latest findings against their bent operations and operators. In the past months, the College of Universal Medicine had its deductible gift recipient status cancelled by the Australian Tax Office; one of the cult psychologists was formally disciplined over her promotions of her grubby guru; Serge Benhayon’s reputation and risk management providers were arrested for alleged fraud and money laundering and the cult’s golden boy pharmacist, Michael Serafin is under investigation for his dispensing processes in the wake of an adverse pharmaceutical event.