Ever since those of us adversely affected by Universal Medicine began sharing our concerns online, the multi million dollar organization and its invested apologists have claimed they are the victims of cyber-bullying. Last year they dedicated websites to defaming and discrediting critics, complainants and journalists. This year they made national news for bullying. Myself and others who have publicly questioned UM’s unethical behaviour and secretive culture of abuse have been labelled cyber-bullies, cyber criminals and stalkers. The aim is to intimidate us into halting our exposure. Universal Medicine’s latest assault is to launch an anti cyber abuse campaign in the UK, luring high profile personalities like Stephen Fry to promote their fraudulent ‘not for profit’ cause.
In 2012, a concerned husband of a Universal Medicine follower began a discussion thread on the Rick Ross Cult Education site. He and other concerned parties began posting questions and comments UM does not allow on its blogs and refuses to discuss publicly. Since then, UM’s propaganda team have portrayed the multi-million dollar business and its religious subscribers and lawyers as victims of cyber-bullying. On July 24, tax exempt charity, the College of Universal Medicine will make a pretence at public benefit by holding the ‘Addressing cyber-bullying’ community forum, showcasing UM’s exemplary methods of handling their poor public image – via intimidation and defamation of complainants and critics.
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I name Universal Medicine’s cartel of promoters. They name me and two friends adversely affected by their activities. They whine that they’re victims of cyber-bullying. They manufacture a website to falsely defame us and invade our privacy.
Since previous efforts to censor and intimidate me haven’t succeeded, the UniMed ‘Facts Team’ has poured forth their ‘love’ and ‘gentleness’ with page upon page of accusatory diatribe they call ‘truth’, and no evidence to substantiate their claims. Their response to our scrutiny of their public behaviour is to ignore evidence, evade our questions and go on a highly personal offensive. At least we know the whereabouts of all that poorly repressed hostility – now firmly projected onto us. But does anyone believe we’re victimizing hundreds of rabidly defensive investors in a multi-million dollar scam? Or is it the other way around?
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