That worked nicely. The UK’s top selling current affairs magazine, Private Eye, was so impressed by the Universal Medicine cult’s frenzy of defensiveness over their probe into UM’s connections with the UK NHS they decided to follow up. It’s no surprise to us cult members swamped the mailbag protesting about allegations the Eye didn’t make, and couldn’t quite specify which information published was ‘lies’.
UPDATE: CULT ROLL CALL ON EUNICE’S YOUTUBE VIDEO LOL
Thanks to our mate Dubious Dick of skeps.org in the UK for sending this in, and again, Private Eye didn’t include the story in its online edition, but a PDF can be found at this link (Issue No.1360, Feb 21 – Mar 6, 2014, p.31).
I might drop the Byron Shire Echo and the Mackay Telegraph an email letting them know they’re not the only ones to cop an Esoteric deluge for daring to print anything that doesn’t accord with The One Unified Truth®, or as we’ve come to know it, SERGE SAYS SO.
It’s also heartening to see Eunice Minford the cult surgeon and euthanasia enthusiast finally getting the recognition she so craves and deserves. We’d love to see her receive more, particularly for her self-loving dedication to the advancement of pseudoscience, and her fondness for marketing the abusive practice of Esoteric Breast Massage and promoting a Glorious death.
Follow up report: Private Eye follows up on UM’s links with the NHS
Update: For our amusement I posted a comment on Eunice’s YouTube video page (video in the comments area below – click the YouTube icon at the bottom of the video screen) with a link to this page to see what would happen. At the time there were only two other comments. The results were not disappointing. See screenshot below. At the 97 comment mark, Princess added hers. We might keep doing that every 100 comments or so to see how many times each they’ll rephrase the same Esoteric gushes.
It’s worth going to the page to experience the whole cult roll call. It looks uncannily like the Private Eye mailbag with added selfies. And great to see all our old favourites and a few of the less vocal, like Charles Wilson, the invisible Brisbane barrister and director of the College of Universal Medicine uncharitable fund. It’s kind of telling isn’t it, when the cult is huffing and puffing to anything that moves about how us hate bloggers/criminals are ‘under investigation’ and they’re ‘taking legal action’ against us, but we’ve heard not a peep from them, or their unstereotypically quiet Barrister.
Nice to see all the health professionals providing testimonials there for Eunice – in breach of advertising codes for health practitioners. I suppose the law irrelevant when you’re a special unisex Son of God™.