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Re: Universal medicine
Posted by: HerbertKane178 ()
Date: April 11, 2019 03:15AM

The funniest and best podcast I’ve ever heard - and guess what, it’s all about UM and Sergio:

[www.cultpodcastshow.com]

Fantastic reporting, extremely funny and well worth a listen. For all the pain UM has caused, this little ray of sunshine just keeps giving.

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Re: Universal medicine
Posted by: antifruit ()
Date: June 04, 2019 11:38PM

For anyone who thinks that only 'stupid people' can get lured into cults...and for anyone who is baffled that highly educated folk (doctors, lawyers etc) fall for Serge Benhayon's guff...

[www.refinery29.com]


"At first cult life is fun and alluring. “Love bombing” is the process where a new member is enveloped by this welcoming, exciting, and in some cases glamorous community. Early on members are often required to share secrets or other personal info, which creates a false sense of intimacy. Good behaviour is venerated and failure to comply is punished, which is all rationalized as part of the journey."

“If you Google an organization and multiple posts come up suggesting it might be a cult — don’t go,” says [sociologist] Janja Lalich. [...] cults exist on a continuum ranging to from the extremely harmful to the more benign, “but none of it is good,”

“The modern cult sales pitch really taps into our desire to better ourselves: to improve our careers, to be a better speaker, to look prettier, to look thinner. I think women today are still very vulnerable to those appeals.” And women may also be more vulnerable to certain abusive power dynamics. cultic control techniques mirror the tactics and power dynamics in abusive domestic relationships: the giving and rescinding of love and affection, the demeaning, the isolating from friends and family, and the use of sex as a control instrument."

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Re: Universal medicine
Posted by: HerbertKane178 ()
Date: July 09, 2019 05:52AM

Just when Universal Medicine thought it was almost time to pop their heads up out of the shadows after their drumming in the New South Wales Supreme Court, then one of their lawyers makes sure the spotlight is still well and truly on them:

[www.caselaw.nsw.gov.au]

And then there’s the little matter of the $1.2 million Benhayon had to lay out to cover the legal bills of the blogger he miserably failed at silencing.

The efforts to expose UM are by no means over. In many ways they have only just begun.

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