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Historical components that comprise Gang Stalking

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Gang Stalking in History

Gang Stalking itself is a relatively new phenomenon, however the components that have gone into making up gang stalking have been around for many decades if not hundreds of years. You will find many aspects of this harassment have been used quite successfully in other time periods.

What Gang Stalking does is it takes the successful aspects of those programs and it uses them, plus a couple of new ones to harass and torture individuals to the point of a nervous breakdown, institutionalization, suicide, devastation and ruin. The following are just a few of the components of previous programs used by others that have helped to make up Gang Stalking.

Gaslighting

The term Gaslighting refers to the subtle art of trying to drive your enemies crazy. It done through various subtle psychological attacks over time, that wear down the victim and destroy their perception of their environment and things around them.

 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaslighting
  • It is based on a 1944 movie in which a man tries to use subtle methods to drive his wife crazy.
  • The term was again used to describe some tactics used by the Manson family. Sometimes when they would break into homes they would just move the furniture about and leave everything undisturbed.
  • There is also a 1994 book called. Gaslighting how to drive your enemies crazy. It’s written by Victor Santoro.

In the book he gives various methods on how to drive your enemies crazy. Below are just a few of the suggestions that he makes.

Some of the tactics covered include:

  • Collecting information on your target
  • Preparing for a gaslighting attack
  • Creating tension, anxiety and sleeplessness
  • Messing with your target’s car, telephone and mail
  • Gaslighting at your target’s workplace and home
  • Turning neighbors and co-workers against the target
  • Covering your tracks

Stasi East German Police

This was an agency set up after the end of the second world war in East Germany. After WWII Germany was divided into the East and the West. The Western half being democratic and the Eastern half being a communist state. It was set up for many reasons, but the primary reason seems to have been for keeping an eye on dissidents, and citizens of the state. At it’s peek the Stasi East German secret police had 300,000 paid spies on it’s pay roll. This was about 1 for every 63 German citizens. This figure does not include occasional informants, when they are tallied into the figure the number per citizen increases significantly.

The Stasi were able to spy on a country of 16 million people by using just 300,000 spies and paid informants. The tactics the Stasi used involved.

  • Bugging and video taping citizens, dissidents and spies.
  • Following some 24/7.
  • Creating profiles on citizens.
  • They even used radio active chemicals and X-ray machines to make dissidents glow in the dark, so they could follow them better. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/01/04/wstas04.xml
  • Getting their friends, family, spouses and close acquaintances to spy on them. This included husbands on wives, mothers on sons, brothers on sisters, close friends spied and turned each other in.

It created a constant environment of mistrust and anxiety, because people never knew who they could trust. They always knew that at any social gathering or event, there would be a Stasi spy.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2002/04/07/wmum07.xml&sSheet=/news/2002/04/07/ixworld.html

The Stasi even spied on the future catholic pope. Years before he ever became pope. Their profiling system was so accurate they were able to predict that he would be appointed to a future position two full years before it happened.

According to the report, Ratzinger was so closely followed that the Stasi was able to predict his being named prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith _ the post he held before being named pope _ two years before it happened in 1981.

http://newsfromrussia.com/world/2005/10/03/64339.html

After the fall of the Berlin Wall the American CIA agency were able to obtain the code names of many of the Stasi spies that worked for the former East German Government and recently they appointed the former head of the Stasi Secret police Marcus Wolf to help with homeland security, and they also hired a former head of the KGB, General Yevgeni Primakov as a consultant for homeland security. The United States wanted to have 1 million spies working for them to keep an eye on their citizens.

http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/december2004/061204wolfhired.htm

McCarthyism

Joe Mccarthy was a United States senator who decided in the 1950 to go on a campaign against communist forces and influences that might be penatrating the U.S.

In his hunt for communist he ruined several people with good character and implicated many others who had nothing to do with communism. During his time in office, many intellectuals and artist actually left the U.S. to go and live in Europe.

For his witch hunt for communist in the States he had full corporation of the media, churches, teachers, unions, etc. Many good democratic leaders lost their jobs and thousands of others during his campaign against communism. There were many wrong things happened during the years of the McCarthy era including:

  • Charlie Chaplin the famous comedian being deported from the United States.
  • Many artists were not given permission to travel. Similar to the no fly list of this time period.
  • Many people were blacklisted and unable to find jobs.
  • Trials were set up for those suspected and accused of being communists.
  • Lawyers, Judges, and Juries who sided with the defendants were threatened and harassed. If they refused to hand down guilty verdicts their jobs were threatened.
  • Communists were arrested, some charged with plotting to overthrow the government by force and violence, all charges were false, but the hysteria at the time kept the hunt in full gear.

The FBI used illegal practices in its pursuit of information on Communists, including burglaries, opening mail and illegal wiretaps. J. Edgar Hover lead the FBI during this time period.

During trials informants and false witness could always be produced against the defendants.

http://members.tripod.com/~HazelWolf/Hazel_Witchhunt.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McCarthyism

Cointelpro

The American program set up in the 50’s under J. Edgar Hover. This program was set after he could not go as far as he wanted with his witch hunt for communist. It was set up to investigate and disrupt dissident programs. It was also famous for targeting leaders of those programs. One famous leader this program targeted was Martin Luther King. The leader of the civil rights movement. Under the direction of J. Edgar Hover, they did everything in their power to bring him and his movement to the ground. http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/churchfinalreportIIIb.htm

Some of the methods that this program employed on activists and dissidents included:

  • Disruption of their movement via infiltration of snitches and informants.
  • Rumour and slander campaigns.
  • Planting of false media stories with collaborating media companies.
  • Portraying real dissidents as snitches or informants
  • False evidence and perjured statements by police to make dissidents look like criminals.
  • 24/7 Surveillance and harassment campaigns.
  • Use of force against dissidents and their property including, but not limited to, break-ins, vandalism, assaults.
  • Official terrorism on dissidents, including assassinations.
  • Mail disruption and tampering.
  • Psychological Warfare on targets of this program.

http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm

http://www.dickshovel.com/coin.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO

Gang Stalking has many other similarities to how Blacks were treated by the KKK in the American South and how Jews were treated by Hitler’s Brown coats before and during WWII.

Gang Stalking is pretty new in it’s present form, but the methods and techniques used are historic, just like the human nature that allows these things to happen and the human will that is finally able to conquer and stop these things from happeing.

Gang Stalking just like all those other events in history can be changed, but it needs awareness and human opposition to make that a reality. Please do not stand idly by and let this happen once again.

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke)

November 6, 2006 - Posted by | Gang Stalking

2 Comments »

  1. Excellent and very resourceful, as well as interesting.
    nonent-ity

    Comment by minigh | November 8, 2006 | Reply

  2. Thanks Nonet. I am glad you found it to be resourceful and interesting. Sometimes I am not sure about who reads the blog and if they gain any use from it. However I am glad that you liked it.

    Comment by gangstalking | November 9, 2006 | Reply


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