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.