Universal Medicine leader, Serge Benhayon, is suing me for defamation, claiming I’ve damaged his reputation because I’ve stuck up for kids and other vulnerable people. I don’t have the funds to defend it. It’s the latest example of multimillion-dollar UniMed attempting to intimidate critics and cleanse the internet of inconvenient facts. If you believe it’s important to stand up to wealthy, self-deified bullies please contribute to my defence. This is our chance to put Serge Benhayon on trial.
In past months, Serge Benhayon and Paula Fletcher, his solicitor at Universal Law, Mullumbimby, and mother in law of his son, have made Freedom of Information requests for copies of our official complaints to regulators and correspondence with parliamentary offices. We think if Benhayon and his conflicted legal Brides are able to view our complaints, then the public should have that access too, which is why we’re posting them here, with my thoughts on why they’re requesting them.
Official complaints are ‘hate’. Hysterics and fibs from College of Universal Medicine director, barrister Charles Wilson, for the tax exempt Church of Serge
In the last couple of years, Universal Medicine’s bent charity operations were chastened by regulatory scrutiny. UniMed’s propaganda division continues its offensive to aggressively discredit complainants and whitewash investigation findings. UM and its bottom line might have taken a battering, but charity regulation leaves a great deal to be desired.
Serge Benhayon appeals for his tax exempt building fund
For over two years too few of us have been exposing the Universal Medicine religion and complementary medicine racket; its bogus therapies, anti-social doctrines, secrecy and dangerous activities. This past year has seen the cult launch new fronts and initiatives targeting the vulnerable, renewed media interest in UM’s activities, and an all new display of aggression and bullying.
The Universal Medicine cult recently launched their own Esoteric ‘facts’ site to venerate Serge Benhayon, persuade themselves they’re not a cult and falsely defame critics. Just as their One Unified Truth has no relationship with facts, cult propaganda is called ‘true journalism’. On Planet Serge victims don’t exist, sleaze and dishonesty are sold as ‘integrity’, and they’ll say anything in the name of self love to avoid our questions. In response to their Esoteric versions of my anti-cult and health accountability activism I posted some corrections on the site. Surprise surprise, none were published.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but naming names only hurts if you’re hiding from the facts.
Currently the Universal Medicine cult is planning another damage control embarrassment, dedicating a website to insisting they’re not a cult, and labelling me and a colleague ‘cyber-bullies’. It’s another desperate act following their failed attempts to bully me off the internet en masse with pseudo-legal threats and fanciful complaints of professional misconduct. Their latest shot at assassinating my character to AHPRA exposes the toxic mindset the Esoteric lovers of humanity omit from their publicity. It also reveals how the UniMed cartel professionals have no comprehension of conflicts of interest, disturbing blindness to abuse and corruption, and no idea how silly they look.
For a year and a half I’ve been blogging about my experience of Universal Medicine, working to expose their harmful practices and bring Serge Benhayon and associates to account. Knowing a defamation writ against me would be unsuccessful, the cult has tried a series of bizarre stunts to shut me down. The latest is another baseless complaint to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority, with whom I’m registered, and a monumentally silly whinge to the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission – the scale of which beggars belief.