by Jenny James, Office Administrator, NSW, Australia
Last night I experienced what I had heard about media harassment, and I now realise it can happen to anyone. What happened at the Lennox Head Community Centre as we settled into an evening’s presentation by Serge Benhayon on Esoteric Medicine was astounding and appalling.
What David Millikan and his film crew orchestrated was purely abusive. Taking the stage under the guise of wanting to engage in conversation and questions about Universal Medicine – David did neither – but pointed his finger accusingly, raised his voice, and spouted accusations of being a ‘cult’ at the audience of both adults and children.
I myself felt shocked and attacked, and then disappointed that this could not possibly be a balanced forum. David Millikan and his film crew had hijacked the evening and when asked who had sent him he named a well-known television station. I realised at that moment that this was a total set up. There had been no intention of a fair forum, but something to show on television the following week.
The media descends like wolves for a feed not considering whether there is any truth in the matter, but just a story to go for. It is not first discerned whether the accusations of ‘cult ‘ are true or false. This itself creates a whole new story, spinning lies and corruption and bringing a level of harassment that is ‘out for the kill’, no matter what the circumstances and how it affects innocent people. How can this bombardment be legal in Australia?
Universal Medicine is an open organisation. I await and welcome a true and honest exploration.