In its February 7 edition, Britain’s top selling current affairs magazine, Private Eye, reported on the NHS promoting the Universal Medicine cult and its sham charity, the Sound Foundation, at a ‘Self Care Forum’ event at UM’s UK headquarters, the Lighthouse in Frome, Somerset.
And while National Health Service employee, Sound Foundation trustee, and former UM UK company director, Jane Keep, managed to dodge the Private Eye magnifying glass, she hasn’t escaped ours.
Private Eye didn’t post the article online. A larger PDF copy can be found at this link.
Thanks to a reader for spotting this and sending us the image. We weren’t aware of the article, but thank you to whoever tipped the Eye off.
Private Eye’s article looks a lot like stuff I published here 3 months ago, so it’s a little disappointing they didn’t contact us for comment. Oh well. We could have pointed out that another of the speakers at the Self Care Forum Event, ex Esoteric Breast Massager, Jane Keep, is not only an NHS employee, but a former Universal Medicine UK company director, and a Sound Foundation Charity trustee.
We’re wondering if Jane Keep’s superiors at the NHS are aware of her involvement in the UM Esoteric ‘healing’ scam, and her trusteeship of a charity that is being monitored by the UK Charity Commission. How does she manage that conflict of interest? Perhaps we’ll ask them.
UM’s sham charity in Australia, the College of Universal Medicine also advertises a link to the UK National Health Service via Ms Keep and her PhD thesis on Self-Care at Work, ‘based on the teachings of Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine’:
Amidst all of that, we have 600-800 people who have reversed that trend – lost excess weight, returned back to the workplace from being drop outs or unproductive and uncommitted, and, who have completely given up alcohol and drugs – each one of them is an extraordinary story. This no less than miraculous transformation has been the subject of a PhD in the UK and is now prominent in national health work being conducted in that country. The principles upon which these transformations occurred are simple – self care, and responsibility. http://coum.org/history-college-universal-medicine
Ms Keep didn’t bother to include the cult’s victims, including those molested under a pretence of healing, the families destroyed, the people ripped off, and those who’ve had their physical and mental health damaged by UM’s harmful practices in her ‘study’. Typical of UM apologists she focussed on narcissistic self-care by the cult’s professional sycophants and to hell with everyone else.
The same Jane Keep has broadcast that she controls the universe with her ‘self-loving choices’, except for the time she behaved sociably with a non Esoteric person and was punished with a ding in her car.
Predictably, Private Eye received a bunch of outraged emails from the usual nincompoops regurgitating the old line about ‘media bias’ and that the paper had published ‘lies’. In brandishing their pointless Esoteric pitchforks however, none of them managed to to specify what information in the article above is false. Also, the few loveless and disgruntled males the cult once held responsible for all the ‘lies’ (SergeSpeak for uncomfortable facts) have dwindled to two mentally ill people. They must be two mentally ill people with a hell of a lot of clout, if they’re running charity commission investigations and reporting for about ten media organizations now.
I didn’t ask, but I’d love to know if Eunice Minford, the famous surgeon, NHS employee and euthanasia enthusiast, was one of the whingers, and what she thinks of being branded a quack – along with Australian cult medicos Dr Samuel Kim, Dr Howard Chilton, Dr Maxine Szramka, Dr Anne Malatt, Dr Jane Barker and Dr Elizabeth Skinner. The rest of the cult quacks can be found in our convenient Esoteric practitioner directory, the Naming Names page.
Another point that didn’t make it into the Private Eye report, is that Sound Foundation founder, Chris James, is a long term business partner of Serge Benhayon, collaborating on Benhayon family dirges. Chris James, via Sounds Wonderful, is also the cult’s most successful recruiter via his mind-fuck singalong international roadshow, currently touring Europe and the UK.
And a correction for Private Eye: New South Wales does have statutory regulation of unregistered health care practitioners through the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission. But it’s about as meaningful an entity as Serge’s mythical Lords of Form for all the good it does.
We could do away with the HCCC and the LOF, and no one would notice a difference.
Private Eye’s follow up reports: Serge of Interest – Private Eye does it again!