The Sound Foundation charitable trust’s AMAZING generosity – recruitment drives targeting health workers

chaiselongueIn October 2013, Universal Medicine’s UK charity, the Sound Foundation, in Frome, Somerset was issued an action plan by the UK Charity Commission over issues of public benefit and trustee conflicts of interest. In other words, the cult was busted running a tax exempt sham and given a deadline to start acting like a legitimate charity – by spending money in ways that benefit the public rather than the Benhayon family of bullshitters and an assortment of hangers on. Given that the charity’s income in the year ending September 2012 was £1.2M and the charitable spending that year amounted to a piddling £74K, we were hoping for big things before the deadline of May 1. But nuh. The maternity unit at Frome Community Hospital were given a few chairs…For the staff. And we know why the cult likes to butter up medical staff.

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Rebecca Baldwin fails to shut down our hate blogs again

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Some time in the past month Rebecca Baldwin and other Universal Medicine cult members complained to blog hosts, WordPress, that I’d breached copyright of their false accusations of false accusations and other sexual abuse denying comments by pasting them here on the FACTS blog. Several comments were subsequently removed, which was a heart rending LOSS for us and the rest of the literary community. We pasted them to be read in context with the photographic evidence of Serge Benhayon inappropriately touching clients and teaching it as ‘healing’ for sexual abuse, and in light of the fact Benhayon’s shrill defenders have participated in the molestation themselves. As part of the transparent process for dealing with alleged copyright breaches, the administrators at WordPress forwarded Rebecca Baldwin’s hissy little complaint, where she shows just how hostile to facts and accountability she is, and in the absence of evidence or just cause wants WordPress to remove our blogs, because SHE SAYS SO.

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