Millikan at Lennox – Memories of South American military oppression

by M. L., Sydney, Australia

I have been a resident of Australia for 35 years and it never crossed my mind that I would encounter the situation I faced on Friday the 12th of October 2012 at Lennox Head Community Centre at a presentation put on by Universal Medicine and Serge Benhayon.

I thought that the times of persecution, which I experienced in the past, the injustice, ambush, attacks and the lack of respect for people’s rights were over, but I faced it again on Friday night.

The experience brought back terrible memories of what happened from the military oppression to my family, my friends and many people in South America where I come from.

A peaceful meeting of people was disrupted by Dr David Millikan. His manner was aggressive and intimidating and showed his desire to dominate the group and control the meeting. He was offered the stage by Serge Benhayon after requesting to ask the audience some questions, but instead hijacked the whole meeting.

Previously hidden small hand-held cameras were thrust in our faces with no respect and without permission, the rest of his crew were banging on the doors in an intimidating manner trying to get in from the back of the hall, as large commercial cameramen were then trying to enter the premises from the front. This assault by television media on a group of people who were merely in attendance to hear a presentation on Esoteric Medicine, was calculated and vicious.

Where are our rights here?… It seems that Australia is changing, but not for the better.

57 thoughts on “Millikan at Lennox – Memories of South American military oppression

  1. Thank you for sharing this ML. Humanity needs to know how the media goes about meeting the demand for sensationalism in its name.

  2. When there is an agenda to be achieved considering others and how they may be impacted is ignored or dismissed. It shows how deeply sensitive we ought to be with each other, as a situation a hand can trigger different things for different people…

  3. It feels to me that the media will stop at nothing in order to get the story they want, completely disrespecting people, their choices and most of all not having any respect for the truth.

  4. ‘Where are our rights here?’ Great question M.L. and in this instance sadly they were being trampled, and to see this happening in a so called ‘enlightened’ democracy is scary and exposes how in fact despite the veneer of respectability shown in many of our societies, there is a beast of power and corruption we need to tackle, to root out any bullying, any disparaging of the rights of others, to ensure that everyone has a right to free assembly and to be heard. We have a way to go.

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