UK’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.
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.
British Not for Profit Sector Journal, ‘Third Sector’, has reported that the Commission is monitoring the Sound Foundation Charitable Trust and has given the trustees a deadline of May next year to comply with a plan to manage conflicts of interest and issues regarding public benefit.
The regulator received a complaint about the Sound Foundation’s use of charitable property and its relationship with a company that practices ‘esoteric medicine’.
Excerpts from the article are followed by a Who is Who of Universal Medicine UK. (Updated Feb 20, 2014)
Universal Medicine Affiliated Medical Professionals, Allied Health Professionals, Complementary Health Practitioners, Unqualified ‘Healers’, Meditation groups & businesses referring to UM practitioners.