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.
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.
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.
Just over a year ago, Universal Law solicitors of Mullumbimby, on behalf of Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine and 56 UM ‘students’ managed to exploit a loophole in Australian law to have this and our sister blog’s Australian and UK URLs removed from the Google Blogger platform without a court order. When we moved the blogs to US based WordPress platform where freedom of speech is taken seriously, the cult succeeded in having several URLs removed from Google search results. In spite of the cult’s continuing onslaught of complaints, all such removals ceased mid last year when Google realized the defamation claims were baseless. Extracts from the original complaints also reveal the group’s collective delusions.
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.
Universal Medicine’s plethora of harms are well documented on this site, from photographic evidence of unqualified Serge Benhayon handling a woman’s genitals and teaching it as a ‘healing’ for sexual abuse, to the abuses of Esoteric Womens Health and Chakra-Puncture, the bogus Esoteric Practitioners Association, and Benhayon’s denigration of authentic healthcare whilst marketing death as healing. Benhayon is a public health risk who should have been prohibited from providing health services long ago – including hands on treatment and teaching ‘healing’ workshops.
However, he can’t be prohibited without official complaints and nor can his many accomplices. Please help us make sure these abusers are brought to account, and that the regulators do their job of regulating.
As expected, when I issued counter notices to the Universal Medicine cult’s bogus copyright and trademark infringement notices and agreed to challenge them in court, the legal action was not forthcoming. The threat to suspend this and the FACTS blog has passed and all disputed images have been restored. But we’re not dropping it there. The cult’s aggression and our success at standing up to their bullying has made us more determined to expose their abuses, and tackle them head on, with some special attention for Universal Law solicitors Mullumbimby.
Since I wrote about Desperate Desiree Delaloye issuing bogus copyright infringement notices on the FACTS about Universal Medicine site explaining copyright law and how her charges won’t stand up in court, she has issued more, and WordPress will be removing all of the images of Serge Benhayon’s inappropriate touching taken from his Sacred Esoteric Healing workshop manuals from this and the FACTS site. UPDATE: Now its Paula not on the Payroll Fletcher of Universal Law Mullumbimby trying a Trademark Infringement claim. Update at bottom of post Continue reading
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.
– George Orwell
The all new, bigger, bolder Universal Medicine Accountability, is alive and swinging on WordPress (so bookmark us here), and as we farewell our old Google blogger platform we give a short post mortem on Google’s Esoteric freedom of speech policy that saw most of the content removed from our Australian URL and the UK blog removed outright. Plus a glance at the terms and conditions of our new host.
See also: List of links UM had removed from Google search index for searches for the name ‘Serge Benhayon’. Includes news reports.
Defamation claim or censorship – Universal Medicine’s complaints to Google – includes full copies of the complaints
And 2016: Benhayon’s SLAPP defamation claim made a full 3 years after his legal team’s complaints to Google, and about 250 blog posts later.
UniMed is claiming their ‘self-loving choices’ by attacking freedom of speech. Links to the UK URL of this site no longer function because Google has removed the blog at instigation of the cult. We expect the full content from the Australian URL will be next. While we move to other platforms, bookmark the Rick Ross Forum for updates.
The outcome of the Cyber Harassment Conference run by Universal Medicine Cult ‘independent advocacy group’ RMRC, and their flexing of their legal muscles to try and spook us.