Dr Samuel Kim reprimanded by NSW Medical Council

Dr Kim promoting Esoteric Breast Massage for Universal Medicine

Lung specialist and Universal Medicine promoter Dr Samuel Kim has been reprimanded by the NSW Medical Council for professional misconduct. The action is the outcome of a NSW Health Care Complaints Commission investigation of a complaint made several years ago by ‘Patient A’, a woman with serious and debilitating illness who can’t be identified for legal reasons. The complaint arose from Dr Kim’s inappropriate prescribing and his referral of the patient to Universal Medicine practitioners for untested ‘therapies’. Dr Kim is an avid promoter of Universal Medicine and its leader Serge Benhayon.

Links:

Echo article 30 May 2017: Universal Medicine affiliated doctor reprimanded
Guardian article 31 May 2017: Doctor rebuked over ‘spiritual healing’ group touting ‘esoteric breast massage’
Northern Star article 31 May
Australian Doctor Article 1 June: Specialist reprimanded for ‘esoteric’ referrals
HCCC Media Release
Full report from the Professional Standards Committee published by the Medical Council of New South Wales
‘The Committee made findings of unsatisfactory professional conduct and determined to reprimand Dr Kim and impose conditions on his registration.”

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College of Universal Medicine charity dysfunction update 2017

October 2015, the College of Universal Medicine had its deductible gift recipient status revoked by the ATO (Australian Tax Office). The charity’s official line was that it was revoked ‘voluntarily’. So was the loss of almost $600,000 in tax deductible donations voluntary as well?

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College of Universal Medicine charity trouble – 2016 update

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Benhayon’s $2.3m Converys Lane building at Wollongbar before renovation

October 2015, the Universal Medicine cult’s Australian charity had its Deductible Gift Recipient status cancelled by the Australian Tax Office. The College doesn’t fulfil the requirement of a charity for the advancing of education. It never did. The College’s building fund has been shut down. Cult leader, Serge Benhayon, has also been prohibited from using the charity’s funds to improve property he owns. Seeing that was the whole point of the sham, what will happen now?

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The College of Universal Medicine’s Living Sutras of the Hierarchy rort

The UniMed cult’s College of Universal Medicine operates with the alleged charitable purpose of ‘advancing education’. But where is the public benefit in curriculum courses peddling Serge Benhayon’s occult claptrap – supernatural conspiracy polemics and harmful pseudoscientific claims about health and medicine, including that mental illness is caused by spiritual possession?  Continue reading

The tax man cometh: UniMed UK’s embattled Sound Foundation Community Care Charity

SFCC-driveway-2015UK’s HM Revenue & Customs has rewarded our complaints about Universal Medicine’s sham UK charity with a big fat tax bill to Sound Foundation Community Care. Almost £400,000.

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Serge Benhayon v David Icke – pseudoscience & conspiracy theory special

Einstein-gimme-a-breakIf you’re shopping around for a mindless conspiracy cult, David Icke is much better value for money than Serge Benhayon. Icke’s package is also refreshingly free of NHS surgeon and Benhayon butt kisser, Eunice Minford, and her assaults on common sense, science and Einstein.

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Teachers are Gold – the Universal Medicine cult infiltrates schools

Esther Rockett - Health Care Activist

TeachersGoldlogoUniversal Medicine is extending it’s mass predatory grooming into schools with the help of cult psychologists, education consultants and exalted underachiever, Michael Benhayon. Teachers are Gold is a new initiative targeting school teachers, student teachers and other educators to recruit to Serge Benhayon’s commercial religion. Typical of cult fronts, publicity provides no disclosure of fees, charges or funding, and no hint of the Benhayons’ religious anti-intellectual and anti-education teachings, or the practices and beliefs that put children at risk.

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