Meet the shy UK recruiters for the EDUCO Seminars held by Dr Tony Quinn. We are proud of them!
Martin Forde is a long-time associate of “Dr” Tony Quinn, as reported by prominent Journalist, and figurehead of the Irish women”s movement, June Levine in 1974:
In 1987 the Irish Independent reported that “the ethics committee of the Irish Medical Organisation and the council of the Irish College of General Practitioners are to look at the courses advertised by the Irish Association of Holistic Medicine”.
The Irish Independent reported:
The association last night came under strong attack from one of the country’s leading nutritionists, who alleged that its activities were “most definitely” a risk to the public.
Mrs. Philomena Flood, chairperson of the Irish Nutrition and Diatetics Association, said they were very worried about people running courses who were unqualified and had no suitable scientific or medical background.
The report went on to say of Forde:
However, Martin Forde, president of the Irish Association of Holistic Medicine last night denied the allegations, saying they were not “pretending to be doctors“.
Despite this, Forde would later adopt the moniker of “Doctor” (see below).
A 1998 Blueprint, published by the EDUCO Cult, stated that Forde, along with ex-wife Margaret Forde and Cult-leader “Dr” Tony Quinn were directors of The Irish Association of Holistic Medicine:
In February 2001 Ireland’s TV3 broadcast this exposé of Tony Quinn and his EDUCO Cult featuring long-time follower Forde:
Here is a clip where Forde explains Pyramid Selling:
Another clip shows Forde describing a core-belief of the EDUCO Cult that we use less than 5% of our brains; a claim immediately dismissed by Professor Ian Robertson head of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin. This false-claim is still used by Manj Weerasekera and Alex Weerasekera (Alexandra Jones) to recruit in the UK.
In this clip Forde refused to address why a lady coerced into attending a Seminar in Egypt who found it boring was detained in an institution in Cairo. She was coerced by Margaret Forde and Yvonne Sherry.
The experience of the lady that Forde refuses to address can be heard here, in a recording from a 2001 conference about “Dr” Tony Quinn and his EDUCO Cult:
In this clip Forde explains that for £40/month “Dr” Tony Quinn and Aideen Cowman will manifest your goals into reality. Forde states there is “very strong scientific evidence” to back up the EDUCO Cult Prayer Request System:
After the Autumn 2003 “Mind Master” Seminar (where Forde met many of the UK EDUCO Cult recruiters including Babu Shah & Taz Shah) he gave himself the title “Dr”.