As Seen On Twitter | … Cult teacher Tanya Curtis was using taxpayer funds to sell a DVD on autism which explains autistic kids can see spirits and past illnesses. via @squigglyrick
The Department of Social Services was four years ago in writing that cult teacher Tanya Curtis was using taxpayer funds to sell a DVD on autism which explains autistic kids can see spirits and past illnesses. We have the emails, they refuse to respond. https://t.co/rUuwEymTnDpic.twitter.com/FomZKdkDtF
Tanya Curtis, who runs Fabic, sells merchandise for parents with quotes from the cult leader Serge Benhayon also suggests severe mental illnessss like bipolar and schizophrenia can be cured if people take more personal responsibility. To reiterate: these people get taxpayer $$$
“almost anyone can register for the NDIS to provide household tasks without needing extensive checks or vetting” How weird. Is this a reflection of the governments attitude to ‘cost efficiencies’ and outsourcing?
#NDIS recipients have the power to hire and fire people who they deem to unfit, or make them uncomfortable etc, etc. However, this has been going on before the #NDIS it’s been happening in WorkChoices and especially in AgedCare
Have been watching this mob taking over our NSW North Coast towns – Chambers of Commerce, running for Council & State Parliament. All to legitimise their #cult Thank goodness @EstherRockett had the guts to take him on. Now the truth is getting out there.
Lower than snake shit,this mob. Benhayon and his acolytes claim autism is a self inflicted condition, caused by sins in a past life. The UM minions are busy trying to argue that they aren’t a cult. THEY ARE A CULT!