The outcome of the Cyber Harassment Conference run by Universal Medicine Cult ‘independent advocacy group’ RMRC, and their flexing of their legal muscles to try and spook us.
In the previous post on the spectacular failure of the Real Media Real Change Conference, I wrote that seven of the scheduled speakers cancelled their engagements when they were informed RMRC is an anti-free speech front for the Universal Medicine cult.
On the day, the cancellations numbered eight and only two of the originally scheduled speakers attended. They were Lismore mayor, Jenny Dowell and Barrister Chris Dibbs, specialist in defamation and media law and renowned for his successful case in holding Google and Yahoo liable for posting defamatory material about an individual, Michael Trkulja. From the account I was given, his hour plus talk was the highlight in an otherwise lacklustre day, where the other speakers included UniMed affiliated psychologist, Marianna Masiorski, a social media specialist from Brisbane, Tricia Munn, who our correspondent found a little overly keen to promote her business, a couple of senior constables who spoke for several whole minutes about cyber bullying in schools and Sarah Davis, convenor of RMRC.
Our correspondent was disappointed so many of the high calibre scheduled speakers had cancelled and said no explanation was given. It would have been a great line up too, and a very interesting conference had the organizers shown transparency. Media coverage of the conference so far has been lame. Although the Northern Star received tip offs about the backing of RMRC, they ran with this unrevealing story, complete with a quote from a speaker who wasn’t there.
In the meantime, RMRC organizer, Sarah Davis appears to be attempting to distance herself from the Universal Medicine cult, removing her full name and credentials from this 4,400 word apologism on the Words on Serge Benhayon blogsite. The screenshot below shows her clearly identified at the time the blog was posted and up until at least October 18th, according to googlecache.
It might lead you to believe Sarah has wised up and wants out, except that the propaganda continues on the RMRC site with the announcement that the conference was a ‘great success’. That’s not what I’d call eight out of ten speakers cancelling, and a lot of questions from journalists not from the Northern Star about cult connections. The Facebook page is also steadily filling with ‘likes’ from known cult members. Yet, Sarah has been telling journalists her connections with UM aren’t relevant, and seeking to downplay them, as evidenced above. Strange for a group that is endlessly banging on about ‘truth’. Two of their blogsites purport to specialize in it.
I also find it interesting that Sarah is quoted in NBN footage saying: ‘If you punch me in the arm, it hurts, I have a bruise, it goes away. Online bullying doesn’t go away. It’s 24/7, it stays there.’
That’s the 3rd time I’ve heard that in the last few weeks. First from audio of one of Serge Benhayon’s lectures. ‘You’ve always heard me say, I’d rather someone punch me in the arm than be nice and through that niceness express anger, because a punch you can see coming, a punch you can rub esoteric cream on and it becomes a bruise. You can put needles in, you can do all sorts of things…’
Then from another of the love-bloggers: ‘Were we taught to ignore our feelings and disregard any inner-pain as if this didn’t really exist because they were just ‘words’ and there wasn’t a bruise, break or any other obvious sign to prove these words had injured us?…My experience is that these energetic punches do bruise us over time and can affect the way in which we relate to all others as a result…’
It seems when Serge speaks, the echoes go on and on…
However, I totally disagree with Sarah’s trivializing of violence, as if it’s somehow less of an offense to punch someone than expose unpleasant truths about an exploitative organization online. I can tell you Sarah, one of the reasons I’m so stridently opposed to Universal Medicine’s pernicious behaviour is because that ovarian reading that was imposed on me by ‘The One’ hasn’t gone away. It doesn’t go away. It won’t go away. And it disgusts, horrifies and angers me just as much today as it did then. It disgusts and horrifies me more that his behaviour has been allowed to continue unchecked, and apologist promoters like yourself, knowing very well what he is like, are actively enabling him to prey on more women.
…break more families, accept the donations of assets from people who can ill afford it, damage health, hijack minds, harm children and on and on.
My theory is the whole RMRC conference was an attempt to exert some litigious muscle to try and spook us. We know millionaire messiah Serge was collecting donations for a legal fund to stave off independent critics like me. This independent critic, mind you, is a woman who was preyed upon while in a vulnerable position in Serge Benhayon’s treatment room.
Who are the bullies now, Sarah? How will it look when the multi-million dollar cult litigiously harasses a poorly resourced woman who was one of his victims?
You may have a crack defamation lawyer on the payroll now, but it doesn’t alter the facts, the evidence or your utter lack of scruples.
Even your lawyer will tell you, it doesn’t alter the truth.