By Jane Keep, Phd, MPhil, MSc, FCIPD, MIC, CMgr, FCMI
Google ‘cyber trolling’ or ‘cyber stalking’ and you will find many headline pieces about those who have been at the receiving end. More so, the ripple effect can be substantial – with toxic, disgusting, vile and heinous lies that not only leave a digital footprint but also leave other footprints (e.g. emotional, psychological) in the lives of many families, friends and colleagues way beyond what the eye can see.
And, if you have ever been cyber bullied, you’ll know the malicious intention behind such attacks. They are deliberately designed to destabilise you. And you often find yourself in the position of being accused and asked to account for things when you’ve:
- never done any one of the things you are accused of; and
- never been asked your side of their ‘story’; and
- the person accusing you hasn’t ever met you; and
- you live a life of integrity and responsibility, holding a deep care and consideration for yourself and all others around you.
A case such as this has been the relentless, vitriolic hate campaign towards Serge Benhayon and many others who have an association with Universal Medicine, which has been conducted for over three years by Esther Rockett. This dark digital footprint has impacted upon many hard working, dedicated people from all walks of life, who live their lives with the deepest integrity. Esther Rockett, with a couple of collaborators, has also filed over 20 vexatious complaints as part of her campaign to various professional and government bodies in Australia and the UK.
Of note here is that Esther Rockett and her collaborator Lance Martin, have never met most of those they are attacking in this campaign and the regulatory bodies have been able to see through the complaints to their lack of substance.
I am one of many whom Esther Rockett has cyber trolled and cyber stalked and she has never met me and has no experience of my work.
I have for 12 years deeply enjoyed an ever-deepening relationship with Universal Medicine, and have for all of that time found Serge Benhayon and all associated with Universal Medicine to be of the upmost integrity. From day one Serge Benhayon has been a completely open book, never beating around the bush, refreshingly and deeply honest, very real, practical and nothing is hidden. He opens up his clinic, his life to scrutiny or questions and over 12 years I have found the way he is with me and everyone around is consistent – there is no ‘double life’, no ‘putting on pretences’, no ‘trying to please or pander’, just plain decency, regard, care, and respect everywhere you turn.
In fact, I had never felt so deeply respected and honoured by anyone in my life until I met Serge Benhayon (and I know this as I can sniff false sincerity out like a bloodhound). More so, through meeting Serge, I found the inspiration to turn my own life around from one of being exhausted, with a number of long term medical conditions, to one where now, in my mid-50’s through my own choices, I have made many changes to my life and am now the healthiest and most content that I have ever been.
My shift in wellbeing is testament to the far-reaching care and dedication offered by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, with attention to every detail, and consideration of all of humanity.
His work is nothing short of ground breaking. After years of poor health, anxiousness and exhaustion – and feeling a victim of life, right from the get go, the first time I heard Serge present I realised that my life was of my own making and it was in my own hands – I was the one who could change it – and that I did. It was the most profound moment for me – and deeply empowering.
Serge doesn’t fix or suggest or tell anything – by the inspiration he offers, I came to realise that I wasn’t broken, and that I was the game changer here. Serge Benhayon presents truth like no one else – like a fresh cool breeze that reawakens you to a wisdom that we each have deep within us that feels irrefutable.
I was born in 1961 and have for over 37 years worked in healthcare and the public sector.
Through my work I am known by many in England, particularly due to the level of integrity that I work with, and, NHS leaders, and NHS staff of all parts of the NHS have all enjoyed working with me.
Based on the presentations of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, I also completed a PhD on Developing Self-Care at Work, knowing that the work and findings would be of great support to those working in busy, intense work environments all around the world. And for the record, with the healthy living that was inspired by Serge Benhayon, I completed the PhD feeling vital, well and certainly not the usual exhaustion after studying for a PhD, that is experienced by most PhD candidates.
In February 2014 I was mentioned in some of Esther Rockett’s blogs. It is easy for the reader to sense that the tone of her discourse is intended to be a threat – a menace of things to come:
‘and while the National Health Service employee, Jane Keep managed to dodge the Private Eye magnifying glass, she hasn’t escaped ours…’
‘We’re wondering if Jane Keep’s superiors at the NHS are aware of her involvement in the UM Esoteric ‘healing’ scam. How does she manage that conflict of interest? Perhaps we’ll ask them.’
(posted by Esther Rockett (as one of her pseudonyms Darkly Venus) on 20th February 2014)
What is peculiarly Rockett’s logic is that there was, in her mind alone, a conflict of interest between my work and my being ‘involved with Universal Medicine’. This is curious, since, how is it possible that there could be a conflict of interest when for instance, Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon have been the most inspirational aspects of my life so far – to the point that if I hadn’t found them, I would today either be very sick, or may even have been so ill that I had died.
Twelve years before I met Serge Benhayon I was on a trajectory to my own demise – I was very sick, exhausted, worn out from life, anxious, overwhelmed and miserable. Today my productivity at work is tenfold what it used to be, and nowadays my work is far more dedicated, responsible, focused, productive, caring, compassionate, and honest than I have ever been in other times in my life and career. How on earth could that be viewed as a ‘conflict of interest’?
Surely any employer would love to have an employee who was vital, well, dedicated, committed, worked hard, long hours, was productive, caring, and who established great working relationships?
That same week when Esther Rockett published the blog comments threatening to contact my employers, Lance Martin, Esther Rockett’s long time collaborator on her blogs and baseless government complaints against Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon, viewed my LinkedIn Profile:
It became obvious to me from their blog comments and stalking of me online that Esther Rockett or Lance Martin would contact one, if not a few of the places that I worked in.
Knowing I had nothing to hide and to be on the front foot, I went to see and talk with everyone I worked with to let them know that they may receive some correspondence from Esther Rockett.
It was a strange position to be put in needing to explain this situation to my colleagues. Here I was, an exemplary employee with a long steady track record of work – yet a stranger, someone I did not know, was about to accuse me of lies and deceit and at that point I had no idea exactly what Esther Rockett would say – from her track record she appeared to make up whatever story or concoction suited whatever angle she was trying to make or whatever axe she was attempting to grind – and this had to be the case with me, since I knew that all my work and life was exemplary, there was nothing of any wrong doing to say about me. So the only form of attack left would be to lie.
As I had predicted, a few days later, Esther Rockett wrote to a Chief Executive, the Director of Workforce and Education, and the Head of Communications at one of the healthcare organisations where I worked. She had never met any of these people, and knew nothing about this organisation, or my work there.
Her email (dated 23rd February 2014) from Australia stated:
‘I would like to draw the hospital’s attention to employee, Jane Keep, who works at the hospital and some possible conflicts of interest regarding the controversial Australian based complementary medicine enterprise, Universal Medicine.’
She went on to ‘make a case’ as to why the hospital should be concerned and might want to ‘investigate’ me.
Esther Rockett’s email went further – quite beyond the edge of reason – by stating the following story which not only makes no sense it is deeply disturbing. She concocted a strange tale of how I had apparently been fraudulent to deceive my employer, stating that:
‘Universal Medicine UK Pty Ltd lists a Jane Anne Keep, born 1940, as a company director until November last year. I believe this is her deceased mother – who passed away in late May or early June last year. She is Listed as a company director since 2008, however non of our contacts in the UK are aware of the elder Jane Keep having any involvement with UM activities, events or business operations. All other associates of Universal Medicine in the UK have been publicly active in their promotions and support of the group, with the younger Ms Keep particularly so.
We suspect the younger Ms Keep installed her mother as a proxy company director of UM UK in order to conceal a conflict of interest with her employer, and that her conflict of interest warrants investigation, particularly since Ms Keep has had a long employment history with the NHS as a management consultant.’
Of note here is that my mother had died in April 2013 – and was terminally and seriously ill for the previous 12 months, having been ill for a number of years prior to that.
That Rockett had determined that my mother was deceased or that she had no involvement in UM exposes the stalking nature of Esther Rockett’s conduct in that she needed to have fished around on the internet to attempt to find out this information and in doing so, without talking with me to clarify whether what she says is true or not, joined up the dots in an irrational, illogical and disturbing way.
What is concerning here is that Esther Rockett actually appears to believe this conspiracy theory of her own concoction, and used information about my recently deceased mother without any consideration for the impact of such misuse of information.
What Esther Rockett missed in her strange and obsessional fabrications and stalking is that my mother and I hadn’t had the same name for 40+ years – and no one in my family was born in 1940. So none of the information Esther Rockett grabbed onto to make up her story made any rational sense.
Esther Rockett went on to say that I am a ‘vocal public promoter of Universal Medicine…’
‘Ms Keep is a vocal public promoter of Universal Medicine, regularly contributing to the organization’s publicity, particularly promoting ‘Esoteric Women’s Health services, including the abusive practice of the Esoteric Breast Massage: http://womeninlivingness.com/?s=jane+keep&submit=Search’
In this regard Esther Rockett made a number of unfounded assumptions – that it was ‘wrong’ to blog, that I had somehow been a ‘vocal public promoter’ of UM or that I was somehow promoting an ‘abusive practice’. These fictitious misdemeanors were designed to invoke maximum horror in the reader, distorted to sound like abhorrent crimes that pose a threat to society. If this tactic weren’t so malicious, it would be laughable.
I’d hardly say that my writing of blogs on an amazing blog site – the Women in Livingness blog, could:
- be construed as ‘wrong’ (particularly when Esther Rockett herself has and writes on various blog sites); or
- possibly be described as ‘vocal public promoting’ (as it is entirely free will to choose to go and look at a blog site, and it is hardly in your face – it would be different if I was using a megaphone on the corner of a public high street),
- or remotely be ‘of concern’, particularly given that prior to having received regular Esoteric Breast Massages (which is a modality only offered by women practitioners) I had endometriosis and persistently sore breasts, yet, after a series of treatments, along with the inspiration I gained from the Esoteric Breast Massages, the Women in Livingness blog site, and presentations about esoteric women’s health, I made many life changes to the extent that the endometriosis dissipated, as did the sore breasts.
You would imagine having suffered with endometriosis for 30+ years, and then finding the inspiration to make changes in my life that bring me to a fuller quality of health and wellbeing that I would want to literally shout from the rooftops about the remarkable treatments I’d had – and, writing blogs on the blog site felt like the most honoring way to share my experience so that people could choose if they read the blogs or not – hardly a vocal public promoter, and hardly a nuisance to society!
Through sharing my experience of what has supported me so profoundly in my own health and wellbeing, it gives others the opportunity to be inspired to make simple and loving changes in their own lives, in their own time and by their own free will, if they so choose.
Esther Rockett then went on to mention a PhD study that I undertook over 6 years:
‘Ms Keep’s paper ‘Self-Care at Work’ (attached) states on P. 103 it was inspired by the work of Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, as was her PhD study.’
Of note here is that the PhD looked at why current health and wellbeing programmes at work places don’t work, and through many hours of research study it brings to the forefront that developing self-care at work not only makes a difference to our own health and wellbeing, it also raises the quality of the services we offer to those we serve.
It was indeed inspired, deeply so by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine, as prior to having met Serge (as already stated) I had suffered burnout and longstanding exhaustion from work, and it was only when I met Serge Benhayon that I realised I had a choice to make the changes in my life that I made, and from that I was inspired to look at how people at work can be inspired to make changes to the way they work towards feeling healthy and vital. It was entirely appropriate to make reference to this in a PhD Study about health and wellbeing, since it had been inspired by the work of Serge Benhayon and informed by it.
It is also puzzling to have work that is championing health and wellbeing in the workplace to be categorised as a problem, for this is what Esther Rockett infers.
Esther Rockett then referred to my LinkedIn page stating the fact that I had been involved with Universal Medicine since 2004 –
‘Her Linked In page states her involvement with UM since 2004, and her brief career as an Esoteric healer, including as a practitioner of Esoteric Healing, http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/jane-keep/1/302/599’
Esther Rockett presents this fact as if it were a crime and something that I might have concealed from my employer.
The basic fact is that there was no concealment, my engagement with Universal Medicine was and is no secret and furthermore, despite Esther Rockett’s attempts to blacken my name and other’s who have a connection to Universal Medicine with trumped up accusations of unspecified ‘dangers’, there is nothing to hide – again what needs to be emphasised is that I am now the fittest and healthiest I have ever been in my life since studying with Universal Medicine – why hide that?
I consider that signing up to live by the Esoteric Practitioners Association Code of Ethics, is something that should be celebrated, since it is a code of conduct that assures that I live with the deepest integrity and highest standards of care and respect for myself and others that I have ever seen or experienced anywhere.
Again, there is no shame in that, and it has to be asked: wouldn’t you prefer an employee of yours or a healthcare practitioner of yours to be someone who took a deep responsibility for the way they lived their life – so much so that they ensured their own health and wellbeing was paramount to be able to offer services, and that they lived in a way where substances that affected their health and wellbeing, such as drugs, alcohol and coffee were not utilised at all – so that the presence and quality of service was of an extremely high standard?
Esther Rockett has used her assertions that Universal Medicine is a ‘cult’ to introduce a sense of apprehension and danger – since the word itself is enough to impose upon the target common perceptions of charismatic leaders exploiting the unwary – yet Esther Rockett would be hard pressed to give any substance to her claims that Universal Medicine poses a danger to anyone, or that there is any widely accepted ‘definition’ that makes an organisation into a ‘cult’.
Using the ‘cult’ word is the last bastion of words in our lexicon that are apparently acceptable to vilify others with – you cannot in decency (or legally) vilify others for their sexual orientation or mainstream religious affiliation.
For instance, try replacing the word ‘cult’ in this sentence – ‘Do not employ them as they are a member of a cult’, with ‘Jew’ or ‘homosexual’ or ‘Catholic’ or ‘Protestant’ and you will get a sense of the indecency of Rockett’s accusations.
On this vein, Rockett went on to tell my employers that ‘Universal Medicine fits all definitions of a cult’ with no evidence to back up her statement, then asserting:
‘Those of us activist against this harmful group are highly concerned that they actively recruit health professionals to give the organization a veneer of respectability …
… Under the influence of Benhayon, Ms Keep is likely abusing her position within the NHS to help achieve those ends…’
Once again, making alarmist statements about Universal Medicine being a ‘cult’, and that it ‘recruits’ health professionals is frankly absurd.
I, and many others who work in health and many other industries study with Universal Medicine completely voluntarily – under NO influence of anyone. In a free and open society I am entitled to associate with any organisation that is operating within the parameters of the law and poses no danger to the peace and order of society.
A mere association with a group does not mean you have lost the power of discernment, although that is what Esther Rockett would have the world believe. Following Esther Rockett’s logic, if you attend a group, meet people you like and share a common purpose with, enjoy it and return because you have a positive experience then you must be under the thrall of someone.
If this were the case then all football clubs, Rotary clubs or even book clubs might fall under her classification of ‘dangerous groups’. Her assertions simply do not make sense.
If you met me you would understand that I can be a stubborn, outspoken, independent of mind person who would never agree to being ‘influenced’ by another in the way that Esther Rockett insinuates.
Further more, I have no interest in ‘recruiting’ anyone to anything – why would I ‘recruit’ others?
When I worked for the NHS I was busy and had enough work to do and I worked and still work with organisations with policy standards and guidelines, regular appraisals, and colleagues whom I work closely with all the time – if any one of my colleagues, managers or clients had seen anything suspicious they would have raised it (not that anyone could ever have seen anything suspicious at all, since Rockett’s story was pure fantasy).
Furthermore, what would I be recruiting people for? To eat a gluten free diet? To go to bed at a time that suits their body? To take care of themselves? Does the fallacious nature of Rockett’s fictional dangers become apparent?
For the record, I have never imposed upon others what to do about their diets or daily living choices – in fact I rarely share what I eat or what time I go to bed unless I am asked. Rockett’s lies that she made to my employer, as with those made to other employers about other people, are ridiculous.
Esther Rockett has been conducting a one-woman crusade against Universal Medicine and anyone she sees as associated with that organisation for over three years now and although she infers there are many “activist against this harmful group”, it is clear from her blogging that it is largely her alone conducting this campaign as illustrated by her comments:
‘That’s one reason this story is still unknown, and likely to stay unknown, because when it’s just one person making noise, it’s much more difficult to get cred.’ (29 December 2015)
Rockett’s complaints to health authorities in Australia have failed because there have been no actual ‘victims’ and thus no support for her bogus claims.
Unable to come to terms with this fact, she has complained:
‘All year I’ve been writing to state and federal representatives about a range of issues to do with UM, from internet censorship, to the cult doctors fetishizing death, to treatment room assault. Once in a while, I get a response and some backing, but at every stage it’s me that’s instigating complaints and questions and pushing the politicians to advocate for UM’s victims. Mostly me and mostly alone, working full time at this at my own expense, while I have a day job and my own responsibilities. I then get accused of trying to aggrandize myself.
The complaints would have a whole lot more clout if it wasn’t just one or two of us writing these letters.’ (September 2013)
Perhaps the reason it is Rockett and Rockett ‘alone’ that is pursuing this, is that there is nothing to be concerned about – there is no harm and there is no danger – in spite of her protestations, her fabrications and complaints have come to naught and my employers certainly saw through her conduct for the vexatious rubbish that it was.
Following the letter they received, the Executive Team at that particular healthcare organisation showed me the letter and, along with consulting with me in discussions and seeking legal advice, they replied to Esther Rockett to state that the organisation had no concerns and would not be taking things further as there was nothing to investigate.
Following this, in March 2014 Esther Rockett, in a fit of pique that she consistently reserves for organisations who have the common sense to not take up her empty complaints, then posted on her blog site the full response she had had from the Executive Team at the healthcare organisation:
‘The Trust does not have any concerns in relation to the role Ms Keep undertakes within the organization and we do not consider there to be a conflict of interest in relation to this role and the personal outside interests you have set out in your letter. The role within the Trust has no budgetary responsibility and priorities at work are set in discussion with an Executive Director. The Trust is clear with all staff of the need to avoid any conflicts of interest which may call into question the role of this organization as an NHS provider. We are unable to comment on your allegations regarding the various organisations you list in your email as they fall outside of our remit, but we can inform you at a Trust level we have no formal relationships with the groups you have listed.’ (Taken from a letter the hospital sent to Esther Rockett in response to her email complaint about Jane Keep in March 2014)
Rockett used this response as a further opportunity to cast her spurious aspersions:
‘Jane Keep might have no budgetary responsibility, but what about her personnel responsibilities? Is the NHS going to ensure Ms. Keep doesn’t recruit NHS staff to the UM cult – who are then deployed to recruit patients. Will the NHS ensure Keep does not persuade more personnel to promote other UM events?’
As I have already noted, there is no ‘recruitment’ or desire to do so – the notion of the dangers of such ‘recruitment’ being a fiction all of Rockett’s own making. But Esther Rockett is all about pushing her barrow relentlessly with little respect for the actual facts.
Through using words like ‘recruit NHS staff to the UM cult who are then deployed to recruit patients’ Esther Rockett gives an impression of harm that could be done, where there is none and without mincing words is a totally outlandish accusation, given that I had no jurisdiction or power over other colleagues and none over patients – no one in my employment had jurisdiction to exert power or influence over others in any way.
More so, as already mentioned, Universal Medicine is not a cult – it is simply an organisation that presents and supports health and wellbeing for all – equally so, and does so by working to an exceptionally high standard of integrity which was recognised again in 2015 when the business won the ‘People’s Choice’ at Lismore’s business excellence awards for the second year in a row.
Esther Rockett was not finished and continued to pursue me. Again I emphasise that this woman has never met me, lives on the other side of the world, and has never had any interaction with me or my work in any way whatsoever. Yet she had become obsessed with pursuing me and attempting to inflict harm on my life and livelihood.
Around the same time that Esther Rockett wrote to the hospital, a colleague of Esther Rockett, a Mr. Robert Macindoe (aka pseudonym Eric Dobbs) started commenting about me on Esther Rockett’s blogs, and both Esther Rockett and Robert Macindoe under separate cover wrote to another organisation I am connected with where I am a member of a national forum.
Again, they wrote to ask that that national forum investigate me, and that they take my details down from their website.
On consideration by their Board there was no case, no cause for investigation and no reason to remove me from their Forum. Esther Rockett wrote to them again and this time the organisation chose not to respond, ignoring what was clearly becoming a public nuisance.
Of note here is that neither of the organisations Esther Rockett contacted directly investigated me or the allegations made, and neither of them entertained in any way Esther Rockett’s or Robert Macindoe’s (Eric Dobbs’) preposterous fantastical accusations.
As I was on the front foot, I had ensured that all my colleagues and clients in the organisations where I then worked were fully aware of these cyber trolling/cyber stalking incidences. The Human Resource and other teams in these organisations such as Payroll had strict instructions (as they would in any case) not to respond to any requests for information about me.
Something that struck me at this time when talking with colleagues in the various organisations where I worked was how shocked most of them were – to the extent that some colleagues actually cried when I shared what Esther Rockett had been doing. In knowing me, colleagues could not make sense as to why someone who had never met me could be so vitriolic and shocking in their behaviour towards me – and, for some it awoke them to the reality that cyber trolling was well and truly alive in our world today, as it had for some simply been a vagary of life that they had perhaps only seen on the news.
My experience with Esther Rockett brought home to them the reality and vile nature of such attacks.
When I reflected on my whole experience over a few months I realised that although I had been very strong and clear throughout the process, I was able to feel the full impact of this form of harassment. Because the online world is 24/7, such attacks are designed to make you never feel truly safe, and as a woman who at that time lived alone made me concerned for my own safety at night. My employers and the legal advisors advised me to report the cyber bullying to the police which I did.
I too had awoken to the vile nature of cyber abuse, and how persecuting it is to be accused of wrong doings and vile heinous lies when I was not living in any way, shape, or form in the way they accused me. In fact, I was living the opposite – taking more responsibility in my life than I ever had. And whilst colleagues and organisations that Esther Rockett targeted with her baseless complaints did not investigate me, as a result of the cyber abuse they did ask me questions about the way I was living my life. As I live openly, those I worked with knew I was gluten/dairy free, went to bed early, took care of my health and wellbeing, and that I came to Universal Medicine workshops and presentations, it is also on my Linkedin profile openly for all to see. So it was an easy conversation to have with them as there was nothing to hide, and, I was delighted to share more with them about my life, about Universal Medicine and that I am an advocate for health and wellbeing.
The only wrongdoing at play here is the cybertrolling and cyberstalking that Esther Rockett has been pursuing against myself and many others and more so that she has become (through her ‘complaints’ to these and other organisations) a vexatious complainant with no substance. This has been reflected in the fact that not one aspect of her complaints against Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been upheld in any way.
These vexatious complaints have been sent to people in public sector organisations where they are strapped for cash, extremely busy and where, as in the case of the hospital, they face life and death situations daily. This is deeply disrespectful not only to the hospital where Esther Rockett made the complaint, but to the patients and staff of that hospital, as this kind of vexatious behaviour took precious time and resources away from pressing issues at the hospital while they had to consider Esther Rockett’s letter, and gain support from legal services. Additionally, they found the content of Esther Rockett’s letters offensive – and frankly bizarre.
Over and above this, and the heinous digital footprint that Esther Rockett has made with rude and imposing behaviours not only towards me but also towards these organisations, there are some points of learning:
- Those who cyber-bully have ordinary social or moral boundaries removed – Esther Rockett is based in Australia – she does not know me, nor does she know the organisations she wrote to. It is evident that she cyber-stalked me to get hold of the information she used, including the information about my dead mother, and that whatever facts were gleaned from the stalking were made up into a fabricated account that was intended to harm, for example, using my mother’s death when my mother had just died, exposing an utter disregard for others.
- Those who cyber-bully make fantastical and outright heinous accusations and insinuations – so outlandish that most people would not only baulk at the content when reading it, they would consider it bizarre, imposing and offensive. More so, they often don’t know (as in this case) the person they are bullying – which makes it even more fantastical.
- Cyber-bullying is not confined to any country or continent – as in my case the cyber- bully is based in Australia, whereas I live in the UK – and there are no clear laws as to how to ‘police’ or legislate against these crimes when they cross country and continental boundaries.
- When a cyber-bully does not get their way, they not only try harder, they disregard those they write to complain to and anyone in their wake – to the extent that they can then turn their vitriol towards the organisations that do not uphold their complaints. In the case of Esther Rockett, when her complaints have failed in one area, she had sought to gain traction in another – literally bouncing from one organisation to another, trying to use the same nonsensical lies in the hope that someone will uphold them. This wastes an inordinate amount of public taxpayer’s money and resources.
- Many organisations at the moment do not have adequate procedures or policies to support staff who are cyber-bullied or trolled, and there is scant guidance to organisations who are contacted by an internet troll as to how they best act.
- Social media sites have many clauses and policy statements whereby they abdicate their responsibility for cyber-abuse, trolling and related activities – and, currently it is still hard to get abusive materials or websites closed down. In addition, anonymity is able to be used by cyber-bullies and trolls using pseudonyms which social media sites condone.
More so, and of note here – the cyber-trolls in this case are counter intuitive in that they attack exactly what society needs. In this case they are attacking Universal Medicine – an organisation of the deepest integrity that offers true health and wellbeing, and Serge Benhayon – an extraordinary man, who is absolute in his dedication to truth and service to humanity.
At this time, we have many many atrocities on this planet, such as rising illness and disease, increasing cases of domestic violence, modern day slavery, human trafficking, corruption, paedophilia in institutions such as the Catholic church, war, famine, female genital mutilation, kidnapping and unrest to name but a few.
How on earth can any of the vitriolic rantings of these cyber-bullies make any sense, when what we need in the world is exactly what Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon are offering? Since when was health and wellbeing ever a crime?
True health and wellbeing as offered by Universal Medicine is certainly not the ‘danger’ that Esther Rockett has tried to make it out to be – our physicians and health authorities struggle to get the message across to take care of our health – Universal Medicine, an organisation that does just this, with results that go against the trend, with individuals exhibiting measurable benefits in health and wellbeing, cannot, without the greatest stretch of imagination and the fabrication of outright lies, be presented as ‘dangerous’.