The cult’s lousy response to a Daily Telegraph report about a UniMed doctor’s harm to a patient lies outright and lies by omission. And the propaganda team stoops to an all new low.
In a media statement posted on their main site, Universal Medicine’s *facts* squadron denies the patient was treated by Esoteric practitioners or that she spent $35K on Esoteric treatment.
The patient, Ira McLure referenced and quoted in both news reports:
- Never attended the Universal Medicine clinic or dealt with any practitioner there – at any time.
- Never paid any money at all to Universal Medicine, let alone the $35,000 referred to in the article. At $70 per one hour session, that would amount to 5 sessions per week for almost two years, yet there is no record of even one session being given by one of Universal Medicine’s complementary therapists…
The Channel 9 report asserts that Ms McClure received medical diagnosis from Universal Medicine, including the ludicrous suggestion that Universal Medicine “misdiagnosed her, mistakenly added her name to the lung transplant list, and prescribed her unnecessary chemotherapy drugs”. Universal Medicine is a complementary therapy practice; it does not offer medical treatments or diagnosis, thus Ms McClure:
- Did not receive a medical treatment from a Universal Medicine practitioner at the clinic, nor did she receive any complementary treatment.
- Did not receive any diagnosis from Universal Medicine. No medical diagnosis is ever provided by Universal Medicine.
- Was not mistakenly placed on a ‘lung transplant list’ or wrongly prescribed chemotherapy drugs; this is patently impossible as Universal Medicine is not a medical practice…
- Did not make co-payments to Universal Medicine as this practice does NOT receive medical rebates. This business is not Medicare registered thus the treatments are not claimable.
UM needs assistance with the facts, again.
*Dr Samuel Kim, lung specialist, is a tenant of Universal Medicine clinic at Goonellabah and holds consultations there.
*Dr Samuel Kim refers patients to Esoteric Healers, by his own admission. His anecdotal case reports on Esoteric Lung Massage and Esoteric Chakrapuncture are available on the same website as that press release. (And they breach medical research protocols.)
*Dr Samuel Kim regularly comments and provides testimonials on the UM propaganda sites, including on defamatory posts about me and Lance.
*Allied health professionals are also tenants of the UM clinic. They are not employees of Universal Medicine Pty Ltd but refer patients to the unqualified Benhayons and an array of other Esoteric nincompoops. We can’t say whether their referrals are made purely out of religious zeal, or whether they receive financial or other kickbacks.
*The health professionals receive Medicare and private health rebates. The cult psychologists and physiotherapist, Kate Greenaway charge untested Esoteric money for nothing treatment to both – a practice known as insurance fraud.
*Medicare and private health funds keep records.
*All of the above is common knowledge and a number of our readers have attended the Universal Medicine clinic for medical and allied health services.
*In addition, how does the cult know whether or not a patient was wrongly prescribed chemotherapy drugs or wrongly placed on the lung transplant list?
*How do they know anything about her medical history?
*Have the patient’s medical records been released to the UM Facts team without her consent? Because if they have, that’s a breach of medical privacy laws and she will be able to lodge a complaint and a damages claim.
Keep digging Desiree.
UPDATE: The vilification of that patient has continued on the defamatory Universal Medicine Facts site, with hundreds of comments from religious investors.
I’ve said it before – the cult will do anything but answer the questions. The ‘anything’ wasn’t an exaggeration. UM’s propaganda division has been busy with their ‘true expression’ of love and light publicly slurring critics and journalists since May. In the last couple of weeks they made a pre-emptive attack on journalist Jane Hansen, exploiting a deeply personal tragedy.
I’m not touching it. Jane can speak for herself.
Help me out here
My current policy on the Universal Medicine fucked up *facts* site is to not give it oxygen. I won’t respond to it, link to it or discuss it on my blogs. That would give it too much dignity. Every word on the thing is a lie, a distortion, or in the above case a lie and distortion based on the lowest form of personal attack. In that case the cult were attempting to attribute negative press to the journalist’s personal loss.
None of what is written makes sense, and it’s repetitive.
I’d prefer to use my energy exposing activities that are causing the most extensive harm – preying on cancer patients, infiltrating schools, health professionals promoting an abusive organization, and the rest of the disturbing issues raised.
I was made aware of the post attacking Jane, but refused to touch it. Others among our growing community of supporters voiced their outrage on Twitter and Facebook etc.
I’d like your feedback on the best way to approach the cult’s attempts to harass and discredit critics. Do you think I should draw attention to this kind of low behaviour? Is it important to comment on it?
UPDATE: The trash can be viewed via donotlink.com so page views do not rank in Google searches.
The UM *Facts* propagandists
The following UM religious investors are listed as writers of the UM Facts site.
Desiree Delaloye – Business partner of Serge Benhayon and chief dirt digger. False copyright infringement complainant. Director of College of Universal Medicine charity.
Charles Wilson – Barrister and Director of embattled College of Universal Medicine charity.
Alison Greig – main author put her name to the attack on Jane Hansen and others.
I can’t be bothered finding an image for Jonathan Baldwin. He’s only there to make up the numbers or something, when he’s not monitoring his menstrual cycle.