Cult leader, Serge Benhayon says every day is like Christmas for his followers, who make the effort to be joyous and loving 365 days of the year. So it’s merely a coincidence that Rebecca Baldwin, Desiree Delaloye, Sarah Davis and cult psychologist, Marianna Masiorski, chose the last few days to demand I remove all references to their promotion of Universal Medicine’s toxic enterprise from my blogs, and to accuse me of breaking some law or other, which they haven’t named. Ms Davis sent hers early Christmas morning as a gesture of good cheer. As usual the Esoteric sourpusses aren’t sure which law I’m breaking, they don’t specify which statements of mine are allegedly false, and the puppet master, Serge Benhayon, is nowhere to be seen.
Originally I posted the demands and accusations on my Christmas post, but as I expect more apologists to send demands, their attempts at intimidation and censorship deserve their own URL.
Factual, ‘derogatory and incorrect’ or something – the parameters of Esoteric censorship
The first hissies rolled in on December 22nd.
I note that you intentionally refer to my business Design-Arts and myself on your sites ‘Universal Medicine Accountability’ and ‘Facts About Universal Medicine’ to harm my business and my reputation.
I request that all references are removed immediately.
Ms Delaloye is Serge Benhayon’s longstanding personal assistant, business partner with Benhayon in Universal Healing Symbols, and with Miranda Benhayon in Featherlight Productions. She is director of the College of Universal Medicine charity. The majority of Ms Delaloye’s Design Arts clients are UM followers/Esoteric practitioners.
I note that despite the fact that you have never met me and have never engaged my services, you continue to deliberately attempt to damage my business and reputation on both this web site ‘Facts about Universal Medicine’ and on ‘Universal Medicine Accountability’. Again I request that you remove all references to my name and my business completely and in full immediately.
Using multiple pseudonyms to attempt to conceal your identity and falsely boost numbers on your websites is no longer a viable deceit tactic. Your real name has been known to me since you started distributing a bogus ‘Press Kit’ to the employers of friends and colleagues that you similarly harass. This document, co-authored with [ redacted ], clearly implicates you in the authoring of the ‘Universal Medicine Accountability’ blog. Your identity in association with ‘Facts about Universal Medicine’ has also become public knowledge.
I will reiterate – I request you take steps to remove all references to me and my business from your blogs, immediately.
Ms Baldwin runs the six or so Universal Medicine propaganda blogs, ‘Women in Livingness, Truth About Serge Benhayon, Words on Serge Benhayon, Medicine and Serge Benhayon’ etc. Again, Ms Baldwin’s clients for her web design business are primarily UM followers.
Maybe Rebecca really means it this time. She sent the following on July 19 after the Mystic dentist, Rachel Hall tried to have me charged with stalking for politely asking her to stop promoting a treatment room predator.
I request you cease naming me on your blogs and remove all references to me that now exist. What you are doing constitutes stalking and harassment and it is a criminal offence.
Time: July 19, 2013 at 12:31 pm
IP Address: 18.104.22.168
Contact Form URL: http://factsaboutuniversalmedicine.wordpress.com/contact/
I received notification from AHPRA on December 23rd that they’d made the decision that the complaint of professional misconduct from the cult psychologists lacked substance, the matter is closed and they thanked me for my patience.
Cult psychologist, Marianna Masiorski made her demand via email on the same day.
Attention Ms [Redacted],
I am aware that you are the convenor and publisher of these online blogs – ‘Universal Medicine Accountability’ and ‘Facts About Universal Medicine’.
You have been discussing me, my businesses and my professional conduct in the most false and untrue of terms even though you have never had dealings with me personally or in my professional capacity.
I consider that the content of your blogs and naming me in them is unlawful and damaging. I request that you remove any reference to my name and business from your sites as well as removing all derogatory content targeting Universal Medicine immediately.
LOL. For real. UM certainly attracts high calibre health professionals. Ms Masiorski has written blog posts on the Medicine and Serge Benhayon and other propaganda sites, and spoken at the cult’s Psychological Well-Being conference promoting Universal Medicine and Benhayon’s toxic Esoteric Psychology.
And Sarah Davis put hers in the comments at 5:30 on Christmas morning.
Dear Ms [redacted], You have identified yourself as blogging under the name Darkly Venus and as publishing the ‘Universal Medicine Accountability’ blog, and I’m aware from DMCA counter-notifications that you sent WordPress in respect of copyright infringements on the ‘Facts about Universal Medicine’ blog that you blog and publish that blog under the name, Pranic Princess’.
In these blogs you make repeated incorrect and derogatory references to Real Media Real Change (RMRC) clearly aimed to damage the reputation of this company and those associated.
I do not know you personally and have had no dealings with you on behalf of RMRC. I consider the content of your blogs (and naming myself and RMRC on them repeatedly) to be in breach of Australian law and therefore request that you remove any reference to RMRC from your site.
Your immediate response is requested.
Sarah Davis, Co-Director of RMRC
Sarah Davis holds the ABN for RMRC as a sole trader. RMRC’s first event, the Cyber-Bullying Conference flopped when eight out of ten speakers cancelled when informed RMRC is anti-free speech front backed by Universal Medicine – a detail Ms Davis hadn’t considered relevant to inform them. Since then, Real Media Real Change exclusively promotes events associated with Universal Medicine enterprises, particularly Esoteric Women’s Health, or solely featuring speakers who are avowed UM followers, described as ‘like a religion‘ by one of its team.
So now when my friends ask what I got for Christmas, I can answer; ‘Lets see, a Lamborghini, some haute couture, some bling, and oh yeah, some harassment from a few sour-faced, legally illiterate cult clones protecting their predatory guru.’
A few points
I doubt any of them intend to end up in court, or if they do, they’re sillier than we think. Whether it be a defamation action or a tilt at ‘injurious falsehood’, they’ll get stuck when the court finds nothing I’ve said is false – all backed with documentary evidence. ‘Incorrect and derogatory’ won’t cut it.
If they think my comments are derogatory, wait til the court questions their public promotions of UM in light of clear documentary evidence of abuse, exploitation and unethical behaviour, as well as a lot of negative media reports and a lot more to come. The media attention is likely to be less kind again, which serves our purposes of exposing the UniMed cult beautifully. It appears none of our precious sourpusses have considered the Streisand Effect.
It’s more likely they’re attempting a pretence at legal action to try and fool Google into removing more search results, and I’m presenting a case to Google to request that Google withholds from doing so without an actual court order. My request is strengthened by the fact the cult told Google more than a year ago they intended to act against me on behalf of 50+ clients, yet failed to do so in spite of having the resources to do it, and in spite of me continuing to expose them. (Google has forwarded the complaints dating from October 2012 and they’ll get their own post soon.)
Whether we get them into court or not, it won’t stop me from writing about UM and all its simpering apologists on this platform or others. It won’t stop the NSW parliamentary inquiry from looking at my 50 page submission on Benhayon’s false and misleading health related claims or the media from reporting on that. It won’t stop me talking to the media. It won’t stop me making an application for Benhayon to have his working with children certificate cancelled, and it won’t stop the ACNC from examining the sham College of UM charity or UM’s application to be registered as a religion for charity purposes.
It’s true, I’ve never met any of these silly people, except for Desiree. They’re not the kind of people I’d associate with. I don’t need to have engaged their services to point out their financial and professional connections with UM and criticize their public promotions of Sergio the bullshitter’s harmful teachings and practices. In Desiree’s case, I exposed her abuse of legal process when she made false copyright infringement complaints in an attempt at censorship. Making false statements in legal applications is an offence under Australian law.
Working against their cases is the fact none of what I’ve exposed about them is false, and they’ve failed to qualify which of my statements about them are such in their demand letters. They’ve all attempted to intimidate and censor me – all documented – the only one of Serge’s treatment room victims whose had the guts to out him.
It’ll be interesting to see which of them are silly enough to front court with this nonsense – like lambs on Serge Benhayon’s sacrificial altar. They’ll find themselves defending exorcism, inappropriate touching, privacy invasion, sexist degradation, false therapeutic claims, extra-terrestrials, supernatural enemies and unaccompanied juvenile houseguests, as well as they’re own denials and evasions. When the court annihilates their case, we’ll make an application for costs. That’d be a satisfying outcome for us and the rest of Serge’s victims. We’re all itching to get the bastard into court – by proxy will do.