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Woman placed on Violent Persons Register

I am really happy about this story. I did not know there was a potentially “violent person registry.” I don’t know what the names would be in Canada, U.S. or Europe, but it should not be hard to find out.

Think of this scenario in the workplace, at school, etc. You make a comment, or perform an action that might upset someone with the capacity to get you on such a list, and then an notice is sent out to several dozen places that you are a potentially violent person who should not be alone with others, and then your life changes.

Here is some really neat info from this article.

I was turned into a Parriah for complaining about a yob

[quote]Jane Clift saw it as her public duty to report a drunk she saw trampling flowers in a park.

But her efforts led to a surreal nightmare in which she was branded potentially violent and put on a council blacklist with thugs and sex attackers.

Her details were circulated to an extraordinary range of public and private bodies, including doctors, dentists, opticians, libraries, contraceptive clinics, schools and nurseries. Their staff were advised not to see her alone.

The 43-year-old former care worker was forced to withdraw an application to become a foster parent and, eventually, to leave the town where she had lived for ten years.

Now, after a bitter four-year legal battle with Slough Council, the stain on her character has finally been removed.[/quote]

A list that put her up there with sex attackers if you can imagine that.

She was a care worker, and got denied fostering a child because of this.

Woman sues council for libel after being labelled
‘potentially violent’ for complaining about a vandalised flowerbed

[quote]Ms Clift told the court that she had to leave Slough, where she had lived for 10 years, and had initially moved to Southampton.

‘I’d like to move back some time in the near future but without this hanging over my head and my family’s head.

‘I have many connections in Slough, I like Slough, but it was impossible for me to function normally in Slough with this on my head for 18 months, and the stain will always be there.’

She said that after the council acted, she sensed that everywhere she went, there was ‘whispering, collaboration, people scurrying about’.

‘One time I went to the contraceptive clinic and I felt that there were way too many people hovering about for me than should have been there, making me feel very insecure.

‘It did serve as a reminder that everywhere I went – hospitals, GPs, libraries – anywhere at all, even if I phoned the fire service, as soon as my name went on to that system, it flagged up ‘violent person marker, only to be seen in twos, medium risk’.’

‘I’m nothing special, no qualifications, don’t have a fancy job but I don’t go getting into trouble. It cuts across class, race, everything.

‘These people have this ability to do this and they can abuse it.
Not many people know, I didn’t even know, that such a register existed.[/quote]

She sensed that everywhere she went there was a whispering and collaboration campaign, with people scurrying about. She also goes on to say more people were hovering about than should have been there, making her feel insecure. I am sure that I have another word for what they were doing, but to continue.

Woman Placed on Violent persons registry
Woman labelled violent by Slough borough council wins damages

[quote]A woman who was labelled potentially violent by a council has won £12,000 in libel damages.

Jane Clift sued Slough borough council and Patrick Kelleher, its head of public protection, over their reaction to her complaint about a three-year-old boy who vandalised a flower bed in a town park.

The authority argued that a 2005 entry about her in its violent persons register was accurate, and that Clift was obsessed with getting Slough’s antisocial behaviour co-ordinator sacked.

Mr Justice Tugendhat found in favour of Clift at the high court, but rejected her claim that Kelleher had been malicious.[/quote]

She had to move and it took four years to get her name removed from this list.

I was just pointing that out, because I am sure that the policy on these lists is not to give our information to the person being placed on the lists.

http://www.doncaster.gov.uk/about/chamber/default.asp?Nav=Report&ReportID=8873

[quote]
Staff Safety (Potentially Violent Persons) Database
employees and others arising from their work activities.

3. Purpose

The purpose of this document is to alert Directorates to their statutory duties and of the corporate information system designed to enable managers to identify potential risks to employees from individuals, animals and premises. The purpose of the recording is to seek to avoid further incidents through the controlled sharing of information that will be used to undertake a better-informed risk assessment of proposed visits by employees.

5. Definitions

The Staff safety register is a secure electronic based database recording incidents involving an employee of DMBC (or partner agency) that have caused actual or potential harm.

6. Policy

It is Doncaster Council policy to ensure the health, safety and welfare of its employees and therefore managers must utilise the staff safety database to achieve this objective.

7. Responsibilities

Managers

All managers in day-to-day control of people, places etc must ensure that risk assessments are completed and are suitable and sufficient for their purpose. Managers must ensure that the significant findings arising from risk assessments are communicated to employees affected by those work activities. For the purposes of this section the work activity relates to visits by Council employees away from Council premises. See Instruction section for detailed Risk assessment.

Senior managers who, after notification of an incident to one of their employees, believe that person(s) and/ or an address now need to be included onto the staff safety register then they must notify the system manager of that decision at the earliest opportunity.

To comply with Data Protection Act 1988 if the manager decides to include a person onto the register then that person must be informed in writing of the intention to do so, the reason for their inclusion and the arrangements for review and removal. The right of appealing against that decision must also be provided.

Employees

Employees who undertake visits to non-Council premises must utilise the Staff safety register to ascertain if the location of the proposed visit is included in the register as a potential to cause harm.

Principal Safety Officer

The Principal Safety Officer as system manager has the ability to create, amend and delete data and to ensure appropriate an advisory/ training service is available to all employees with responsibilities under these instructions. The PSO must ensure that the system is managed and staffed appropriately.

8. Instructions

System Access – Three levels of access are available and a clear level of authorisation will control the granting of each. All levels of direct access to data will be password controlled and the staff safety register itself will record details of every access, including the data viewed and the reason for access.

8.1. Level 1 Access- Basic Interrogation

An email (external email facility) based enquiry function, which tests whether a name or address is registered. Appropriate staff will be specifically authorised to use this function.

8.2. Level 2 Access- View Only

The ability to view data on the software system (software installed on individual pc’s). Only a limited number of managers will be given this access. Where a level 1 user identifies a match from the email system a Level 2 user will obtain the relevant information from the software system and carry out a risk assessment for a visit to the premises and advise accordingly.
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Interesting, I bet every single little Human Resources officer knows about this list. It goes hand in hand with make a stink go see a shrink policy they have in their handbook.

http://www.harassment101.com/Article5.html

[quote]
The next day, the plant director of human resources invoked a Ford program for combating workplace violence to bar Crosty from the factory and ordered him to see a company-paid psychiatrist or lose his job.

A little more than fourteen months later, and 725 miles away, officials at Emory University cited a similar concern about violence to justify using armed guards to escort Dr. James Murtagh off university property when Dr. R. Wayne Alexander, chairman of the department of medicine at Emory, ordered him to see a company-selected psychiatrist or lose his job. Six weeks earlier, Murtagh, a professor of pulmonology at Emory, had filed a false claims suit against the university, alleging that it had misspent millions of dollars in federal grant money. He claimed the university diverted money from research grants in order to pay for salaries and trips for administrators and some staff. The specific allegations were sealed by order of the federal judge.

Crosty and Murtagh don’t know each other. It is unlikely their worlds would ever intersect, but they have at least one thing in common. They both are victims of an increasingly popular employer weapon against whistleblowers: the psychiatric reprisal.

Across the United States, companies have seized upon concerns about workplace violence to quash dissent. Hundreds of large corporations have hired psychiatrists and psychologists as consultants to advise them on how to weed out “threatening” employees. They say they are only responding to a 1970 directive from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration that they maintain a “safe and secure work environment.” But by drawing the definition of “threatening” as broadly as possible, they are giving themselves a new club to bang over the heads of workers.
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So in the workplace I am guessing this could be applied for a number of reasons, and then you end up on these little connected lists.

[quote]
132 – Violent Persons Register

Referring to Minute No. 125 – Violent Persons Register, John Irving from the COPS Team had attended the meeting and gave the following advice:

To hold a register of violent or potentially violent people on computer, the information could be de-personalised by using a classification system i.e.: 1 = Potentially violent, 2 = Threatened people before, 3 = Been violent in the past, 4 = Two-man visit, 5 = Don’t Visit.

ITEM

132 – Continued…

The Legal Services Administrator would compile a Violent Persons Database, which would be put on the Council’s Intranet system, and would be password protected. John Irving suggested that as a long-term goal, once the database had been established it would be useful to share the information with Liberata, District Nurses etc.

The Legal Services Administrator also needed to write a procedure to ensure that the Council didn’t fall foul of the Data Protection Act. It was agreed that addresses couldn’t be put onto the Violent Persons Register without proper clarification. It was suggested that a sub-group to this Group be set up to endorse these requests.
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Minutes of the meeting from a local booby. How to really mess up someones life. I mean how to share information of violent persons.

Well just some fun food for thought. Tell me what you think, leave comments if you feel like it.

October 12, 2009 Posted by | Blacklisted, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Community harassment, community mobbing, Covert investigations, Female, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, Informants, mobbing, Monitoring, Surveillence, whistle blower | , , , , | 16 Comments

Leader vs Leaderless resistance

So you want to start a resistance movement, protest movement etc. How does it get done? How did it get done in the past? How can it be done in this time period?

It’s stuff many people are thinking about. In the past we had movements that were lead by leaders, leaders that people could rally around and who people loved, or at least respected. Programs such as Cointelpro made it very easy to wipe out those leaders and to remove them.

Guidelines came along on how to resist Cointelpro Infiltrations because of this.

http://security.resist.ca/personal/culture.shtml
http://security.resist.ca/personal/investigations.shtml

In the past when you had a leader, if the leader was arrested, killed, imprisoned, etc then often the movement just died, or it had to wait till a new leader sprung up.

“Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith the LORD of hosts: smite the shepherd, and the sheep shall be scattered: and I will turn mine hand upon the little ones.
smite Matt 26:31, Mark 14:27
 
In the movement of Christianity new leaders did arise, many were also killed, persecuted, until the state stepped in and took over the movement, then everyone else was persecuted but for very different reasons. The history is really interesting.

Then we have other movements and leaders. Kennedy tried to remove the federal reserve, apparently a bit of a no, no thing to do, and it did not work out well for him.

Martin Luther King and others like him tried to free, or raise up their people from oppression. When leaders like him died out, others did rise, but before they could become full bloom, programs like Cointelpro were there to make sure that no more messiahs that could unite the masses would rise. That is what was done then and now.

So people moved towards leaderless resistances, or a vertical resistance structure. Power is not concentrated in anyone spot. So if they wipe out one sector, another sector still remains. This by the way is similar to the structure that our oppressors use. Eg. Each area controls it’s population, and there are people in that sector who rule it and govern it the way they see fit. I have blogged about this before.

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

I have been reading up about this, this is what wikepedia has to say.

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

[quote]
General characteristics
A typical covert cell operates as anything from a lone individual to a small group of members. The basic characteristic of the structure is that there is no explicit communication between cells which are otherwise acting toward the same goals. Members of one cell usually have little or no specific information on who else is agitating on behalf of their cause.

Leaderless movements may have symbolic figureheads. It can be a public figure or an inspirational author, who picks generic targets and objectives, but does not actually manage or execute plans. Media, in this case, often create a positive feedback loop: the publishing of declarations of a movement’s role model instills motivation, ideas and assumed sympathy in the minds of potential agitators who lend further authority to the figurehead.[citation needed] While this may be loosely viewed as a vertical command structure, it is notably unidirectional: a titular leader makes pronouncements and activists may respond but there is no established contact between the two levels of organization.

As a result, leaderless resistance cells are largely insusceptible to informants and traitors. As there is neither a center that may be destroyed, nor links between the cells that may be infiltrated, it is more difficult for established authorities to arrest the development of a leaderless resistance movement than more conventional hierarchies.

Given its asymmetrical character and the fact that it is often strategically adopted in the face of an obvious institutional power imbalance, leaderless resistance has much in common with guerrilla warfare. The latter strategy, however, usually retains some form of organized, bidirectional leadership and is often more broad-based than the individualized actions of leaderless cells. In some cases, a largely leaderless movement may evolve into a coherent insurgency or guerrilla movement, as successfully occurred with the Yugoslav partisans of World War II. In the same conflict, the British leadership had extensive plans for the use of such resistance in the event of a German invasion.[2]

While the concept of leaderless resistance is often based on resistance by violent means, it is not limited to them. The same structure can be used by non-violent groups authoring, printing and distributing samizdat literature, using the Internet to create self-propagating boycotts against political opponents, maintaining an alternative electronic currency outside of the reach of the taxing governments and transaction-logging banks.
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I think this is the best structure for any modern movement based on the obstacles that are out there. Doesn’t mean you can not share what is working and what is not working, but it helps to limit your liabilities. It also helps to foster potential leaders, and it makes it harder to get rid of them all at once. Think season seven BTVS “potentials”. Trying to wake up all the leaders at once instead of waiting for one to fall and the other to rise.

I think this is similar to the resistance structure used in the movie V and V the final Battle. Yes I do realise that the movie was about fighting lizard like aliens, but the underlying meaning of the movie was really resisting fascist that had come and were basically doing what the Nazis did.

[quote] Where there are oppressors, there will be those with the courage to resist. That simple truth is the underlying premise of V: The Miniseries, Kenneth Johnson’s allegory to World War II and fascism. [/quote]
We hope there will be those with the courage to resist, it’s not a guarantee, and if enough of those do not wake up, and rise up in time, well the world will still go on as it is.

For any resistance, revolution to take place, people have to realise there is a problem. I didn’t. I thought I lived in one of the best countries in the world, my government was top notch, and those evil crimes of the state were committed by other countries not my own.

Even when I first started to realise that this was state sponsored, I still thought that there would be good politicians who would fix this. I do now see that there are no easy answers, politicians are just people, many of them with average amounts of courage and with more to lose then many other average people. They won’t fix this and the one who tries to, will meet our fate or worst. They can lend an ear, and they can give encouragement, but it’s the people who have the power. The crazy part of this always has been that it’s the people with the power, yet you are giving it up to corporations, and the elite.
If tomorrow we stopped banking with those we bank with, using their Internet, cellphones, cable, phone services, etc, how far would they get? How far would they be? They would be bankrupt and a little more willing to listen to the people. We do have the power, I have never doubted this, but will we ever utilise it?

For me I really do believe that awareness and education is key. If you don’t know something is wrong, how can you resist or rebel against it. If you are happy with what you think is freedom, then how can you fight oppression?

The worst slavery is to think that you are free. We are not free, but how many people really know this? I didn’t.

Once you make people aware, you can not force them to believe you. You can try, but you can’t. You can only wait patiently and hope that they see what you see, feel what you feel.

Eg. [quote]Morpheus: The Matrix is everywhere, it is all around us. Even now, in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window, or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, or when go to church or when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.
Neo: What truth?
Morpheus: That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else, you were born into bondage, born inside a prison that you cannot smell, taste, or touch. A prison for your mind. (long pause, sighs) Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself. This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back.[/quote]

[quote]Morpheus: I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it. [/quote]

For about 10 years I thought this movie was just garbage. I really didn’t understand it, and more over felt that the world could never be like this. So I never worried about it, or thought about it. My education into this system was so complete, and I would have argued with anyone who tried to tell me differently. The world however is controlled and we are not free the way we are taught to think that we are.

[quote]There are of course those who do not want us to speak. I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn’t there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission.
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[quote]But if you see what I see, if you feel as I feel, and if you would seek as I seek, then I ask you to stand beside me one year from tonight, outside the gates of Parliament, and together we shall give them a fifth of November that shall never, ever be forgot. People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people. Strength through unity, unity through faith! I am V. At last you know the truth.[/quote]

Even when I first saw this movie, I didn’t at first realise that this is what is happening within our countries. Again my mind was so firmly ingrained in this freedom concept that I was taught, that I took it for granted that this had any relevance to what I was experience, even though I was aware of Gang Stalking at the time.

Once people are aware, and they believe then the question is what are they going to do about it? Many see truth, trip over it, get up dust themselves off and carry on. The world has always been like this why should it change now? Yes and some do have this mentality and really are happy with the way things are, and that’s fine for them. However if you are not happy with how things are, then this might be a chance to help make others aware.

“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” George Orwell

Even if that is your only revolution, at least it’s something.

The reasons revolutions die. Resources, resistance, and renewal.

Resources get tapped out, arrests, lawyers, etc. Resistance is not renewed because there is no one there to keep up the fight and movements are not renewed. How can they be when most of a population is snitching for the state? Also the knowledge is not passed on.

I believe the main problem is the knowledge and the know how not being passed on. Much of it get’s  repressed by the state. I have said it before, but every time I go back to old articles in my blogs, many of the links are no longer valid, youtube videos have been removed, etc. It’s like pointing out to the state what bit’s of knowledge got left on the net and what to further repress. Articles go missing, websites go offline, and then all the information has to be gathered again. I think if more effort went into preserving information then we would all be a lot better off.

Tim Fields is a great example. He spent 10 years of his life documenting the bullying phenomenon, just before he could look into collusion he died. The site is no longer available, but someone had the good presence of mind to back up his research.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/
http://www.successunlimited.co.uk/

If not for this, then the information would have been lost. Now he had a really good and popular forum and was making great headway, he is a leader people would have followed and rallied around, but now that he is gone, I can’t think of anyone who picked up his research into collusion.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/action/obstruct.htm

All the links pointing to his old site are gone and the domain name shows unavailable for the old site. I don’t think anyone picked up the research, but he helped make bullying a household name and he is owed a great deal of gratitude by me and others. His site and a few others helped maintain me before I ever learnt the term gang stalked. Remember I first thought this was harassment, then bullying, then mobbing, then gang stalking. The pieces came together one piece at a time. His story is really amazing, and people have risen up who do maintain bulling sites, but I am not aware of anyone looking into the interconnected corruption aspect of bullying. It is however there for the taking.

I see this as a key problem for many movements that rally around just one person. It has an advantage, because everyone moves as one united front, and it’s easy to give commands and have instructions followed, but on the other hand it’s vulnerable in ways other structures are not.

Then if you do resist, remember some of the fun things that you are going to be up against.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/so-you-want-a-revolution/

It’s just fun things to think about. Many of us did not choose this path consciously, but I think subconsciously maybe I did choose this. So with that in mind, I will continue to do what I can, I know people want direction about what to do and how to do it. I believe that change can happen, but we each have to be willing to play a role. We want leaders, but right now those leaders are the ones with the choker of oppression around our necks. So we cry out for better leaders, but in the end does it really change?
Also what are you really willing, able to sacrifice for this change to happen?

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Leaders

Someone asked me recently why aren’t there any good leaders left?

It was a simple enough question. I could have given a simple mundane answer and then moved on, but I didn’t. Being me, it was an opportunity to talk about the real reasons there are no really good leaders left.

I have been thinking about this a lot. I mean a lot of people are counting on political leaders to save the day. Obama being the most recent.

I had to turn to programs that have been designed to remove such leaders from society.

http://cointelpro2.com/
http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/FBI/Lessons_COINTELPRO.html
http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2007/02/354278.shtml
http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm

See some years ago, such leaders did rise up, and they rose up in seemingly greeter abundance than now. They had their faults, they were no different than the leaders of this time period, but the struggles and challenges were a lot more defined for many of them. The oppression was open and overt and for many despite humble beginnings, they went out and started to make a difference for many in their communities that were struggling and oppressed.

We literally have a society that at one time had Native, Black, puertorican, White, etc leaders. People who were charismatic, good orators, people who could lead a resistance. Many were just young people who saw the open oppression of their various peoples, and how were they dealt with? They were jailed, killed, murdered, framed, discredited, on the run, targeted in every single way imaginable, till their were few left, or they did not have the resource to move forward with those movements. They were also targeted from within by Snitches/Confidential Informants who’s only job it was to ruin the organisation, and often these people these snitches were the ones who rose in power in those same organizations they sought to destroy.

What happens now in this time period is that many of those groups of people are still targeted, but it’s done in far more subtle ways, many people don’t even realise there is a struggle that continues. Most are not aware of this. They grow up in society being taught about how bad things were, and repressive, and about the leader of that time period, but what they are not taught is that things are still as repressive, just in much more subtle ways.
http://www.csudh.edu/univadv/idh0101/Profiling0101.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Webb
http://www.thestar.com/News/article/201456

The bonds are still on the hands. Just not as openly. The leaders that they are fed or often hand picked by the state, and will be the ones that conform to what the state wants and needs, anyone who goes outside of that will quickly be disbanded. These groups are not taught, but soon come to realise that they are being targeted in schools by zero tolerance programs. At work by subtle social discrimination, and in the community at large, with the media, the police, and it’s still institutionalised discrimination, just not as openly, but still just as oppressive. The worst part is many people believe that they are fully free, you are not. Don’t get me wrong, we can have freedom or the concept of freedom in our minds and must continue to choose to do so.

The potential leaders of this time period often don’t even realise there is a struggle, this goes for ever race, gender and creed. Black, white, Mexican, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indian, Male, Female, etc. Many have no idea that we are all trapped in a system that is rapidly moving towards enslaving us. It’s crazy, but it’s true.
http://thehiddenevil.com/
The other problem with leaders is the system often promotes those that they think will fall in line. Those who like rewards, and promotions, those children who can’t see past their own egos, and flourish because they know how to do what the state wants them to. You can see this in an examination of who get’s targeted and the why’s.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/workbully/bully.htm#Why

Long ago society learnt how to strangle, choke, repress, and deal with leaders, when they do rise from the ashes of oppression, we are often amazed, but do we protect them? Do we help them? Do we defend them? You would think so, but often we use them, we take what they are willing to give, and then we desert them in their hours of need. It’s not a pretty story being a leader. We like them, because they make our lives easier, we don’t have to do the work. Someone else can save the world. They can, but why should they have to have? I have seen so many stories of whistle-blower destroyed, when we should be celebrating them in the streets.

We each have the potential in us to do some good, and I think we must strive to do so as much as possible. I get emails all the time wondering why more isn’t being done, and I am sympathetic, because I think and wonder the same thing, but then I also look back and think, if this information had been there for me two years ago, I would have been so much further along in life.

I would have know what I was up against. I would have known that my co-workers were being asked to provoke me daily to losing jobs, or getting angry, or trying to make me look crazy. I would have known about intimate infiltrations, and what to look for. My answers about family and their involvement would have been answered. I would have known that they were also being asked, forced whatever into taking part.
Awareness of what was happening would have helped. It would have been good to know that we are up against a system, a system that has endless resources that they can, and will use against a single target to bring then down to heal. Yes they will put up entire construction projects to create noise and disturbances, yes they do have cities full of Citizen Informants that can and will follow you around and try to provoke you daily. Yes they can electronically monitor you and torture you in your home. Yes the fire trucks and airplanes will be used, yes the police, fire-persons, etc are all in on it.

Having that knowledge two years ago, and a few trusted sites would have helped a lot. I didn’t have that however, but what I did not have, I now try to provide for others. My two years of torture, pain, failures, triumpths, what works, what does not work, I have blogged, and posted that for you, hopefully it will help in some subtle way.

I am still learning as I go. I do try to answer emails when I can, but I still have my own struggles daily. I still at times marvel that I could have been so blind, that I could have believed this lie that was fed to me about democracy and freedom, but I believed it. I trusted it, I was so sure of it, that is why it took so long for me to see the truth, but see it I did, and I had to see it for myself before I could move forward. Your children will believe the lies of the state, unless you teach them the truth. They will believe spying on their parents, and being citizen informants, and hunting down targets are good things to do. They won’t know the difference, they won’t know wrong from right, because oppression will be all they will learn. They will be indoctrinated, and that is all that there will be for them.

This post goes out to leaders, I know you are out there, because many of us do have the potential to be leaders, to speak the truth, to guide others, to let our lights shine forth as they must do in time, and to inspire others as we must.

To some of the leaders that have gone before, let’s remember what their efforts cost them.

Joan of Ark, lead France to victory only to be sacrificed to the enemy and burnt alive.

Martin Luther King, though appreciated he was still assassinated.

Ghandi, appreciated and assassinated.

Jesus, betrayed, appreciated, and assassinated. (Crucified.)

John Lennon, not seen as a leader in the traditional sense, but he had the influence to change a generation and he was assassinated.

The panthers, Malcolm X, jailed, assassinated, some had the loyalty of the people.

Whistle blowers, reporters that still tell the truth. Many are jobless, some homeless, many are targeted like ourselves, some have been killed for telling the truth. 

The list goes on, and the struggle continues. I don’t want to scare anyone off, but look at what has gone before, keep that in mind as we try to find a way forward.

This post goes out to leaders, past, present and future. Thank you for your light, your sacrifices, your love, guidance, and willingness to take on the burdens so many others passed by, or were too self involved to take up. We look to you, and ask for your guidance in this time period of oppression and struggle, for those of us that are waking up to the truth. The struggle has never ended, the fight has never truly been won, and the battle rages on. We pray and hope for what small victories we may have.

September 10, 2008 Posted by | black, Black female, Black Females, black women, Blacklisted, Bullying, buzzsaw, Censorship, Children, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, community policing, Conformity, control, Controlled society, Corruption, crazy, Electronic harassment, Female, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, Insane, Jesus, Joan of Ark, John Lennon, Latina, Laws, Life, male, Martin Luther King Jr, Minorities, Minority women, mobbing, Monitoring, New World Order, oppression, psychological harassment, Relationships, revolution, Rosa Parks, slaves, Snitches, State target, whistle blower, White, WhiteFemale | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Some companies are evil.

I was just thinking about some of the stalking and the mobbing that some of us are experiencing. I was reminiscing on the fact that some companies are evil. Most I guess. It’s easier for them to ruin someones life, have them stalked, slandered or erased rather than try to do the right thing and fix a problem if they have created one.

Most companies don’t have smart, credible people. Some do, but most don’t. I am also guessing as you get closer to the top, the worst it get’s in some companies. I have seen people get promoted because the company wanted to use them to help get rid of or cover up for some misdeeds.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/
http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/action/obstruct.htm

The bullying research Tim Fields was doing showed a lot of the same thing. Patterns of promotions to help cover up bullying. I realise it only gets worst as you go along. I was just thinking about the last few places that I had worked at.

My awareness of my induction into the world of Gang Stalking came after I finally worked up the nerve to go to the human right commission about what had been 2 full years of workplace mobbing. For my efforts and to silence me, that’s when I first started to get the really overt signs that I was being stalked and monitored and that is also when I was introduced to  electronic harassment. There was always a correlation looking back. Anytime I went to HR or tried to get the mobbing stopped, it would always escalate outside of the workplace. Of-course back then I still thought it was something simple and it was just people from work getting their friends to mob me outside of work as well. What I now know is that the company used the situation that I was not aware of, to try to harass me into silence. To also try to break me down.

Knowing what I know now, and having read the reports from others, I see the pattern really clearly now, but hindsight is 20/20 right.

This got me thinking about my most recent bought with electronic harassment. I mean I have been getting harassed, but what happened over the last couple of months was more intense. It also correlated with the questionable circumstances involved with my dismissal from my last job. The electronic harassment not only consisted of microwaving me on a consistent basis several times per day, but whatever they were doing was several times worst than what was being done before. I can’t say for sure there is a correlation, but it got me thinking. I don’t know why I never questioned if there was a correlation. Not saying there was, but I never questioned or associated the two.

It’s just I realise that some companies when they discover they have made a mistake or an error, they don’t go about doing the right thing to try to correct it. Their policies are if you screw up cover up. Figure out how we can keep this person quit, or how we can eliminate that witness or this person etc. I have read about so many whistle-blowers and accidents, or mishaps, fake suicides, etc. Companies don’t play nice, I guess it’s easier that way.

The last company that I worked for had a real workplace bully issue, whither they knew it or not. They also had a culture that really didn’t help to do anything about it. I mean I watched the workplace bully manager in question, seat people on multiple occasion together in situations that were not for the companies good, but that were designed to create conflict if possible. The problem is this company didn’t seem to be aware of this or if they were, they didn’t seem to really care. Bullies ruin lives period, and they cost companies money in the long run, and company that houses, fosters and protects bullies, don’t have their employees best interests at heart, and you have to wonder if they have their customers interests at heart in the long run?

Some companies are also rife with gossip, breathing air and gossip in companies seem to go hand in hand. The last place I worked for had a culture of this. As I have blogged about a few times before. Having been the focus of gossip a few times, I can say that some companies are better than others for getting things corrected, others are not. I spent about a month or so at the last company, trying to extract myself from gossip, to no avail. I realise that people feed off of gossip and slander, they really do. If companies are bad, then sometimes the people within the companies are worst. Some places foster a really immature culture, from the top to the bottom.

Anyways I was thinking about the laws in society and they allow companies to get away with a lot of this stuff. I was reading about 2 female executives that were let go without cause from some telecommunications company, wrongful dismissal. Companies use the fact that they don’t have to provide a reason to get get rid of people consistently. So you could be the center of some cooked up scenario, you didn’t fully know about, and have the company decide you are not a good fit and not ever know the real reason. From a few sources that I have talked to, this happens a lot. One source that I spoke to said they had a female employee hired to be a receptionist, she dressed better than most of the people in the company, came in with furs from time to time etc. The people felt that she was a snob who thought she was better then everyone else, and eventually the company gave her some cheap excuse and let her go. I got a few other scenarios that were the same, but that’s the gist of it, companies can do this, and do this more and more increasingly.

I think in time this can only in some companies foster a really hostile workplace environment. When I first started doing research into harassment and workplaces, one of the things I discovered is that many workers would be more happy with an apology from a company that had done them wrong, then with financial compensation. In many cases people were just looking for an apology, but because companies can not say sorry we were wrong, without putting themselves at risk, many simply have policies in place that force workers to seek out closure legally. Many disputes could be sorted outside of the courts if companies just found a way to say sorry, isn’t that sad?

Anyways, haven’t had much time to stop and think over the last couple of months, because the focus has been on shielding, but the last time I had to focus on shielding was some company trying to keep me quite and distracted, and here I have been over the last couple of months having to ramp it up again, and it correlates with ambiguous circumstances of the last job. Companies can be evil, but again the people in companies have and do play a role in the culture that they create within the company.

Some cultures like gossip and slander, others are a little more mature. Some companies are lucky enough to have intelligent management in place and that seems to also trickle down to the types of people that they hire, some companies have not very intelligent bully elements in place, and that also seems to trickle down to the culture created in the environment, to the detriment of many, often innocent people. I guess in the long run, if companies are going to change, then the culture has to change, each person has to do their part to try to make their environments better if they can.

I am almost always out of the gossip loop in places that I work, but I am also almost always the center of gossip. Same with a lot of other targets, guess it just works better that way. Anyways just some quit reflections that I have not had time to blog about till now.

April 17, 2008 Posted by | Bullying, community mobbing, Electronic harassment, Gang Stalking, harassment, Intimidation, Laws, mobbing, silence, society, Stalking, whistle blower, workplace mobbing | 2 Comments

Remotely Insane.

I was on my usual weekend hunt for more information about how these situations are being created and I came across something really interesting. The case referenced below is about a police office who blew the whistle, only to have his workplace hire 1 psychologist and a psychiatrist, to basically without speaking to him, fully remotely declare that he was unstable, even suicidal, could be a danger to others. Also they were advised that if they could get him arrested and placed in a psychiatric facility to just do it.

Now can you imagine an assessment like that followed by a little high tech harassment? http://www.Hightechharassment.com

I find the scenario so interesting for so many reasons. The site says that this is the sort of thing that was done in China, Russia to dissidents and those considered to be enemies of the State. Ever notice that more and more research from various sources are starting to link to the fact that we are doing this like communist regimes have in the past? Does this concern anyone?
http://www.PsychologistEthics.net

[quote]
 
A Canadian Police Department and the Canadian College of Psychologists

Kenneth Westhues, Professor of Sociology at the University of Waterloo, studied a case of a police officer targeted for elimination after reporting corruption to provincial authorities. The Police Department had enlisted the services of both a psychologist and a psychiatrist in support of its aim to get rid of the whistleblower. The latter, however, withstood the campaign against him and successfully held onto his job. Subsequently, he sought sanctions against the psychologist and the psychiatrist, and asked Westhues to set down in writing his reflections on the actions against him. Here is Westhues’s account, with names and other identifying information removed.
 
You have asked that I give you my reflections on the actions of the Police Department against you from the mid-1990s until 2000. I write on the basis of the documentation you have provided to me in connection with my research on workplace mobbing, an uncommon but severe organizational pathology that can have unwarranted, devastating effects on the mobbing target’s career and life. I understand that the reason you have requested this letter is so that you might include it with your request to the Ontario Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, that it review the decision of the Complaints Committee of the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, and the separate decision of the Complaints Committee of the Ontario College of Psychologists.
 
In the mid-1990s, you reported in good faith to the appropriate provincial authorities what you saw as corruption in the Police Department. The appropriate body investigated, and found your allegations to have merit. In the wake of this conflict, your Police Department engaged psychologist Dr. X and psychiatrist Dr. Y to give their opinions on your mental health. Without speaking with you, both Dr. X and Dr. Y signed their names to reports that strongly suggested you were mentally ill. Dr. X wrote in December 1998, that your “thinking appears delusional to the extreme,” and he wrote in his own hand, “I essentially agree,” on a police investigator’s memo summarizing his meeting with them. The memo included these assertions:
 
    • The issue is that the man’s thinking is disordered.
   • You need to find a way to get him to a psychiatric assessment by compulsion, because he’s probably not going to accept that he has a problem.
    • If you have enough information to arrest him and take him to a psychiatric facility – do it.
   • It is easier to contain an explosion than an implosion – you shouldn’t blame yourself if he commits suicide.
 
Dr. Y wrote in January, 1999, that it was “in the realm of possibility” that you had a “Paranoid Personality Disorder,” and that “a psychiatric assessment would be required to rule this out.”
 
Shortly after Dr. X’s and Dr. Y’s reports, neither of which was provided to you, you were suspended from your position and charged under the Police Services Act. This was in January of 1999. It took almost two years, until November of 2000, for you to clear your name and get free of the stress and stigma of administrative sanction. In the end, you were found guilty of no offense. You have continued as before, to fulfill capably and with honour your responsibilities as a police officer.
 
In your complaints to their respective colleges, you fault Dr. X and Dr. Y for failing to live up to the ethical codes of their professions. The Complaints Committee of the College of Psychologists dismissed almost all of your complaint; the Complaints Committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons dismissed your complaint entirely.
 
The decision of the Complaints Committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons contains obviously false statements about the most basic facts of the case:
 
    • The Committee says you were “later dismissed from the police force.” You were not and have never been dismissed. You were and remain an officer with an unblemished record.
   • The Committee accepted the word of Dr. Y that your Police Department required you to undergo an assessment by Dr. X, the psychologist. Further, according to the Committee, Dr. Y reported that Dr. X had concluded from his assessment that you posed a possible risk of harm to others, that you are the type of personality that could “go postal,” that your thinking was disordered, that you were at high risk for suicide, and that you should be examined by a psychiatrist.
 
In fact, your Police Department never required, and you did not at any time undergo, such an assessment. The decision of the Complaints Committee of the College of Psychology admits that  Dr. X made his comments about you without having assessed you.
 
An organization’s employment of mental-health practitioners to stigmatize, discredit, and harm a targeted worker is a common mobbing technique. The harm is exacerbated when the professional bodies to which the worker may appeal, fail to investigate thoroughly and to hold the practitioners responsible for their part in the mobbing process.
 
I would not presume to say what corrective action the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board should take. Public safety requires, however, that regulatory bodies not be allowed to gloss over any complicity of mental-health professionals in efforts by employers to discredit sane, responsible employees who have blown the whistle on administrative misconduct.
 
I hope that you and the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board may find these reflections on the actions against you helpful toward a fair and truthful resolution of your complaints. Best wishes.
 
Postscript. The body to which the police officer appealed, and to which he submitted Westhues’s letter, dismissed the appeal. One member of the hearing committee told the police officer at the hearing that when you stick your finger in a hornets’ nest, you can expect to get stung. [/quote]
Can you believe that workplaces are doing this crap?

http://www.harassment101.com/Article5.html

Think of what this could mean. You make a complaint, the company hires 2 people to evaluate you, they write up an assessment like the one above, you have no idea, then suddenly because you are so unstable and mentally ill and won’t go in for an assessment of your own free will  suddenly you have this problem, and for your own good they put you on some watch list.

If you do ever get into this situation and think that going in for an evaluation is a good thing, think again. There was an article or website that tells you the exact methods that will be used to railroad you.

See I know what we are up against is horrific, but if we can find anything in this madness to use, then it’s in our best interest to use it and find out if that is indeed what is happening. I think this is worth further examination. 

Could something like the above scenario also happen in communities where they want to get rid of someone. I am sure this could happen to activist, dissidents, anyone who goes up against a school board, etc. How easy is this to be used against someone in the exact method as described above. How would the target even know it? They really would not. How could they find out?

I think this is really exciting to find this information, because it could further explain just how the state is getting some people listed for being mentally ill/unstable remotely. There should be some kind of a paper trail, because someone is pulling the strings.

March 9, 2008 Posted by | blue-wall, Censorship, community mobbing, Controlled society, Corruption, Covert investigations, crazy, dissident, driving-crazy, Fascism, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, Illegal, Insane, Laws, mobbing, oppression, paranoid, Police Abuse, Police Corruption, silence, whistle blower, workplace mobbing | 3 Comments

Should Gang Stalking be seen as a disease?

I have been talking to several people over the last few days. One guy wrote in to tell me that he is treating his Gang Stalking as a chronic illness. I was laughing because in many ways I have been treating this like a cancer that has the ability to become malignant. Some of our fellow Targeted Individuals have died this way. Others have reported for brief periods of time that their Gang Stalking had gone into remission, only to come back again, and many of us deal with the daily symptoms of Gang Stalking, including the electronic harassment which can cause burns, rashes, blisters, etc. Some of us can not work due to our Gang Stalking, be it psychological trauma, or just the system leaving us repeatedly jobless. Many of us have lived below the poverty line due to this ailment, and the inability to get help.

Thinking a bit more about Gang Stalking, I thought I would put together a list of reasons why it should be classified as a disease. Let me know what you think.

Multi-Generational aspect

Gang Stalking like many other diseases can be multigenerational and might run in some families. That’s right several targets have reported that this happened to not only them, but to other members of their family. I can say that this aspect is correct from what I have seen. That means if you are afficted this way, they might someday affict your children this way. Also if you are targeted this way and do some research you might find others in your family that are being afficted this way and who are too scared to talk about it. It’s a very eye opening aspect of Gang Stalking. Remember this is not as recent as we think. The only reason many of us even realise how widespread it is, is because of the Internet. If we were not all connecting on the Internet, many of us would still be dealing with this quietly, and thinking it was just us. I know I would be, and I also would not have caught on that others close to me might be going through the same thing, even when hearing about their Gaslighting.

Parasitic in nature.

We know that once a target get’s Gang Stalking, parasitic elements will infect and seek to destroy every aspect of a targets life. That’s right, these parasitic elements will infect the persons job, community, social circle and they will continue to spread until the target is left isolated. Once this happens it leaves the target open for other parasitic infects, or happening such as electronic harassment. The goal of these parasitic elements is to drive the target to suicide. Often these parasitic elements leave the target exhausted, drained, lethargic they literally do everything they can to destroy the target. Sleep disturbance, noise disturbance, predatory mobbing in public, Gaslighting, run of deliberate bad luck, such as the car repeatedly breaking down, etc.

How is Gang Stalking Acquired?

Many targets who acquire Gang stalking do not know where they first picked up the parasitic infection. Many try to trace back to where they think they picked up there Gang Stalking, only to realise that they might have actually picked up the Gang Stalking years earlier without realising it. Eg. I thought I might have picked up Gang Stalking at a job I worked at several years ago, now I realised my Gang Stalking might have been picked up back in my outspoken College days, but I can’t be sure. I just know that it goes back at least a decade if not longer.

Why are we now hearing about so many cases of Gang Stalking. Often a person can be Infected by the Gang Stalking Parasites for years before they even become aware that there is a problem. Also there is not a great deal of awareness, so many do not know the symptoms to look out for. Many suffer for years in silence fearing that it’s just them, fearing that no one will believe them.

Who can get Afflicted with Gang Stalking?

Gang Stalking can affect anyone in society. We are still seeing a great deal of Gang Stalking ailment amongst single (woman), minorities, activists, dissidents, whistle-blowers, gay/lesbian, outspoken, etc.  The parasitic elements seem to like go after the outspoken, non compliant, loner or single individuals. However anyone can get Gang Stalking.

Symptoms

After Gang Stalking is acquired the symptoms might show up right away, but the overt symptoms might not show up for months or even years. Also because many people who acquire Gang Stalking are not aware of the signs and symptoms of this possibly malignant ailment, they might not realise what they have till they get full blown Gang Stalking.

Fatality.

It is estimated by some that the percentage of Gang Stalking fatalities every year world wide is anywhere from 2-7%. However because many afflicted with Gang Stalking do not know it or realise it, till it’s too late, the percentages are likely to be much higher. Just like in the former East Germany, a country that saw a similar affliction, the suicide rates were exponentially higher during that period.

Misdiagnosed

Many afflicted with Gang Stalking will also be wrongly misdiagnosed as mentally ill and falsely institutionalized.

Violent reactions.

Due to years of suffering in silence with Gang Stalking, some sufferers will lash out violently, after continually being provoked the Gang Stalking Parasites. The same is true for false imprisonments.

Job loss and moving.

Due to the nature of the Gang Stalking infection. Many afflicted will find themselves unable to work, be it due to psychological trauma, or just job loss after job loss. Those afflicted often wish to work, but are often not able to find or keep jobs.

The same is true for having to move from community to community.

Shunning.

Those afflicted with Gang Stalking through no fault of their own will still often find that they are shunned by their friends, family, neighbours, co-workers. There is often no help for those afflicted and very little awareness.

Homelessness

Many afflicted with Gang Stalking, at some point find themselves living below the poverty line, or even becoming homeless. The Gang Stalking ailment takes a lot from former fully functioning individuals.

Symptoms

Many do not realise the symptoms they have, and will suffer for years. Many complain for year about being followed around in public by strangers, harassment by strangers, extreme run of bad luck, or unexplained incidents, others complain of continued workplace mobbing, even after changing jobs. Other of being sensitised to everyday stimuli’s such as pens clicking, loud coughing, keys jingling, loud noises, colors, patterns, etc. Other symptoms include PTSD, depression, paranoia, stress, lethargy. Electronic symptoms include, burns, rashes, itching, blisters, eye damages, etc.

Is there hope or a cure?

At this stage there is no cure in sight, but there is hope. We have found that after years of dealing with Gang Stalking the best hope is exposure and awareness. If we can reach those afflicted in the early stage of this possibly lethal aliment, we might have fewer fatalities, false institutionalization’s,

Has this Ailment ever shown up before?

During the East German Stasi, and American Cointelpro many suffered from a similar ailment with equal lethality.

At this stage many afflicted with Gang Stalking find that it is a life long illness, which has the potential to be fatal. The best treatment that those afflicted with Gang Stalking have currently is exposure and awareness. Many in society are afraid of getting the Gang Stalking ailment, and many others in society are parts of the parasitic elements that are helping to cause the Gang Stalking infection.

Many who suspect that they have Gang Stalking, are afraid to speak up or speak out. They are afraid of being mislabeled, as mentally ill, or paranoid, or worst.

Many others simply do not realise that they have picked up this possibly lethal ailment, and we need to reach these individuals and give them a fighting chance.

Gang Stalking is a disease, which can be fatal for some, life changing for others, but with awareness and exposure, we are trying to make it more managable for others, who are just becoming aware of this ailment.

March 5, 2008 Posted by | bad luck, Baiting, black, Black female, Black Females, black women, BlackFemales, blackwomen, brown coats, Bullying, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, communityharassment, crazy, discrimination, Disease, dissident, driving-crazy, East Germany, Electronic harassment, Female, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Gaslighting, harassment, infection, Insane, Isolation, male, Minorities, Minority women, Minoritywomen, mobbing, Neighbours, oppression, paranoid, sexual harassment, silence, society, Stasi, whistle blower | 11 Comments

Don’t play the game.

The last year and a half has taught me many things about being a target offline and online.
Finding out that the world is nothing like what you grew up believing it to be has been a real eye opener. Democracy is an illusion. Democratic countries use covert war tactics to keep the domestic populations in line. These tactics range in brutality and there ability to simply disable a threat to outright elimination.

These tactics are nothing new and have been a part of the system since the system was in place. Be it using Red Squads on new immigrant populations to infiltrate, or to destroying certain unruly elements. Civilian Informants have always been around, and I am guessing that they always will that’s the disturbing part. Each unruly element then becomes integrated into this system. Some countries rule as outright dictatorships, their brutality is obvious and overt, other countries are not so obvious. They enslave their populations and control them in other ways. They use the citizens of the state to be the eyes and ears of the state. They use the citizens to control their unruly elements, to infiltrate, betray and destroy.

Anonymity. When I first came online, and finally found out about Gang Stalking, I tried to make contact with many of the Gang Stalking Groups. I have always been fairly anonymous online and that remained. The first thing I noticed about many of these individuals is that they wanted to know who I was, where I was from, my full name, etc. Most of this information was never provided. What they used to try to garner this information was a guilt trip. How can we trust you if we don’t know who you are? We have lot’s of perps trying to infiltrate us, if we don’t know who you are how can we trust you? We have nothing to hide, what are you trying to hide. These arguments in some degrees made sense, but what I would later discover is that these people would try to use city, and any other information to figure out who you were as a target, and then if you had a sensitivity they would try to use that as they further tried to psychologically put you off.

I believe if you are a target, you never have to share your identity with anyone. If you are going to be doing activism offline, this changes ofcourse, but offline you can be as open or as anonymous as you choose to be, and don’t let anyone tell you differently. A real target has plenty to hide, as far as safety is concerned offline and online. That is not to say that we should be hiding, but each target must decide their degree of comfort with revealing details about themselves.

The other thing I discovered online is that depending on what people thought my gender was, the early conversations and discussions changed. When I first came online, I still did not know a lot about Gang Stalking, that’s an understatement. I knew nothing about Cointelpro, had never heard of Red Squads, etc. What I did know, I tried to use in discussions and on forums with others to try to bring awareness about what was happening, in the hopes of getting this stopped. At the time I still believed that we were looking at something that was easily manageable via education and awareness.

I found that on forums if people thought that I was male and I was holding my own or winning via a debate on Gang Stalking, the persons that I was debating with would then go for personal attacks, these personal attacks usually tried to focus on maybe I was some sort of pervert, a pedophile or even sexual harasser of some kind. If you can’t win the debate then attack the person you are debating with, or their character. I found on other forums it was the same, if assumed I was male/female and the discussions were going in my favor, the personal insults would change based on the gender that they thought I was at the time, or gender I said I was at the time.

I find that on forums where I am perceived to be female, if I am around people who choose to use personal attacks, or character assassinations they tend to be more gender based, I find that you get a great deal of sexually explicit comments, or things that try to assassinate your character making you seem slanderous, almost deserving of the treatment. I also find that on forums where I am perceived to be female vs male, the personal attacks also quickly go towards, mental competency more quickly.

I find that on forums where I am perceived to be male, that if personal attacks are to be used they still center around trying to make it look as if you are some sort of pervert, character assassination of mental competency is also used, but not as readily in debates. These are some of the differences that I have discovered along the way.

Ofcourse online you can be just about anything you want to be. On one of my favorite forums I discovered I am a pixel on a screen. Neither male, more female, neither Asian, European, African, Spanish, neither gay nor straight, just a pixel on a screen. The interesting thing about the online world is you can literally be anything, and anyone you choose to be. I find that in the last year and a half, I have learnt a lot about how people treat you depending on the perception that you choose to let them believe, or give them about yourself. In reality online you really are nothing more than a pixel on a screen if you choose to be.

That is not to say that you still do not have to be careful with character assassinations, or critical personal attacks. You will find online, just as offline, the idea is to same, ruin the targets credibility where you can. Paint the target to be someone or something undesirable, someone deserving of their treatment and targeting. Offline this can put you in physical danger, and online this can put you in danger of a different sort. I think on online we still have to be very cognisant of this fact if we are going to be posting on forums and trying to bring awareness to the things that Targeted Individuals go through.

The nice thing about being online is I can honestly say that I like about 99% of the people that I have met and interacted with. Early I had a few negative run in’s. Also I had threads deleted, when I did win debates or was able to trap Perps as I was calling them at the time, into slipping up. Eg. I once had a Civilian Spy pm me, with personal info about a website that I ran, that they could not have known about because the website had not been made public. The pm’s were deleted in a matter of seconds of me pointing this out. I did save a copy however of at least one pm, but things like this were common in the initial months. Since then my online interactions have been extremely positive. Then there is that 1% of the online population that I have to remember my own rule with. Just don’t play the game. There is one popular forum that I find the majority of people are pretty decent to associate with, and then there are specific elements that still after a year and a half, are deeply intent on slander, and character assassinations. This would not be a problem, except a lot has changed within the last year and a half. As cute as these were a year a half ago, they are no longer cute. They certainly do not further the cause of Gang Stalking, and in fact serve to ruin what some have worked hard for. Ofcourse that is the idea, realising that, I do try to remember my own rule and just don’t play that game. This at times will mean just walking away.

I have had to learn to do this offline, so I am pretty well versed on this. I have had Civilian Spies, try to provoke me, and set me up in a variety of ways. Even before I knew what Gang Stalking was, I realised that sometimes you just have to walk away. There are times in the past that I have been tempted or provoked to physically removing the provocation from my path, I don’t regret any of those times, or actions that I have taken, but looking back and knowing what I know now. I can see that these people were being used to set me up so that who ever was observing me, would be able to say, yes it was an unprovoked reaction to something innoculate, or unprovoked, when in reality you are consistently being provoked, and people are consistently observing, looking for just a reaction. The same is true online, finding out what makes the target tick.

A year and a half ago I think I was more willing to play the game and put up with character assassinations, insults, slander, because nothing was as important as getting information out about Gang Stalking. A year and a half later however, things are different. The research that I have done has taken endless days, evenings, weekends, it’s consumed most of my free time. The phone calls to lawyers, police, advocates, other institutions, private investigators, community workers, etc, the semi-undercover interactions with the Suburban Spies, has taken a lot of time. I have put most in not all of my free time over the last year and a half into finding out what is really behind Gang Stalking. As we can see, character assassination online can be just as dangerous and damaging as they can be offline. We know that in Korea, China, cyber violence is so prevalent that 1 in 10 of the population is affected by this. This is similar to online mobbing, but it often escalates to offline community harassment. In the last few days I have had to relearn a lesson that I thought I already knew, and that is to just not play the game.

I like 99% of the people that I interact with online, then there is that 1% element who do nothing, but try to destroy people’s reputations with slander and character assassinations. At those times you just have to remember to not play the game. You also have to remember that it does not help the cause that you are fighting for, in fact you put yourself at risk of doing just the opposite, and if you care about what you are doing at all, then at those times you just have to remember to just walk away and just don’t play the game. As a Targeted Individual it does come with the territory and just like offline it’s good to be cognizant of this, and govern yourself accordingly, when possible. I know we are all human and it’s easy to fall into this trap, but avoid it when you can.

Going forward, can we ever really hope to change what is happening in society? Democratic countries do the same if not worst than what other countries do. Much of the populous in democratic countries are complacent with and to a degree or aware of what is happening. Much of the populous in democratic countries in someway shape of form are aware of, and are parts of the system and are fully aware and going along with what is happening to some degree. These types of behaviors are not new or uncommon, and this is how the state commonly deals with dissidence. The only thing is most of us think of dissidence as marching at rallies, and being outspoken at marches. Most do not think of dissidence as whistle-blowing, writing and unpopular news article, or standing up for yourself at work against a big corporation, unfortunately the people that rule this world see it quite differently. Controlling dissidence means preventing the rise of another Messiah that could electrify the masses. It means identifying these elements early, in all their variations and dealing with them accordingly.

The last year for me has meant joining in, but staying separate. Over the last year I started with a website that was 100% open to the public, to a website that is open for reading and forwarding information only. I think had I left the format open the way I had initially intended I would have been distracted from my research. The elements that usually join these forums are not there for anything constructive, real targets are often lost in the cross fire, and it does not help. I find for me, researching on my own has been the most effective thing that I could do. I also find that if you visit some forums, you can look back a year and a half ago and realise that they are the exact place that they were. Nothing ever changes and no progress is ever made, and it’s intended to be just like that. The same with many offline movements. You are meant to feel like things are progressing, but much like the forums, things don’t really change that much.

Though I am doing what I can, life is still a struggle at time. I try to remember that you can not let yourself get isolated, you do have to try to keep in touch with some people, keep people updated on what is happening. Activism does help. I find that if I was not doing what I am doing, things would be 20 times worst. Being aware of what to expect saved me from getting sensitised to other things. Eg. When the electronic harassment first started, they would burn me almost 24/7 in my home, and try to sensitize me to loud power tools, drilling. Being aware that this possibility existed, I was able to psychologically not let myself get attached and not form a negative association. This really helped a great deal just being aware, and I was able to avoid that trap.

Offline some people are scared. The ones that do realise what this system is do not want to go against it. They will not discuss this in many instances. More people in society are Citizen Informants than I could ever dream of even imagine. People close to me, co-workers, stores that I enter. We probably have as high, or higher percentage of Citizen Informants in the city where I am, than East Germany did. Which is pretty messed up for a democratic country.

I read a report yesterday from someone who has travelled to many European countries, he reports that some countries are worst than others. So again the concentration of Civilian Informants will probably differ depending on where you are, what I am seeing and witnessing here is large scale.

Going forward what is the best approach? Some people think that open revolution is the best approach. I think that revolution starts in the mind. People who are controlled and attached to a system of conformity would be better freeing their minds first, before anything else. Once the mind is free then anything else is possible. I think if you have a revolution and have the same mentality you had before this all began, then you will be right back where you started from. I remember recently reading about a slave that had just been recently freed from the still thriving slave industry. This slave was freed physically, but he could not conceptualise freedom, and so he stayed with his master, and eventually agreed to become a bondsman again. It’s like the baby elephant. You restrain a baby elephant with a really strong restraint, it tries to pull and pull and get free, eventually it learns that it can not, be free by tugging on the restraint. Eventually it stops trying and then you can restrain a 1000+ pound elephant with a restraint that can not really hold it in most cases, because it’s mind has been bound. Free your mind and the rest will follow is how the saying goes. I think that is true in a lot of cases. From what I am seeing, people offline are still just comfortable enough. Some do realise what is happening, but if they are not being whipped physically, many will not risk rocking the boat. Why should they, they would loose out on the MTV, Myspace, what is the celebrity of the week is doing. You know the things that really matter in this world.

A year and a half later, I am more aware of the situation than I have been before. I have come closer to a place of acceptance than I have been before, but I am still a long way off. The problem is more encompassing than I realised, but that still does not mean that there can not be a solution, however part of that acceptance is realising that the world has always been like this, and is likely to continue to be like this, unless some cataclysmic force intervenes, or human society raises their consciousness to a higher degree.

At this time I see a world slowly in some ways, but in others rapidly moving towards a one world government, a global society, where the population are educated, think, and act the same way, with every-one’s loyalty being to the State, and not to each other, not like we have known it in the formerly traditional ways of the world. People are comfortable with this brave new world that they live in. They like the advantages that it affords them. It does not require a high degree of morality, in fact it requires just the opposite of that. It does not require, bravery, chivalry, loyalty, honesty, in fact the opposite works best. In does not ask for faithfulness to anything but the state, you can not trust anything or anyone in most cases. Like attracts like. People are comfortable being around their own kind. If the people running the world are of the immoral or the corrupt then they will advance their own kind, and that is what you will find at the helms of institutions, and other centers of power, all the way up and down the line.

We are not the first societies to ever deal with these happenings, we will not be the last. The power is with the people. There will always be more of us than there are of them. If we remained loyal and true to each other then yes we could have the potential to defeat this system, but this system knows that and has us all in constant states of fear, mistrust, and disloyalty. 1984 has come upon us in subtle ways. It’s not just about staying alive, but staying human, and yet many of us will betray each other the same way the characters betrayed each other in the book. The State counts on this one true aspect of human nature.

Is there really any hope? There is always hope, that is one thing that is so good about human nature. There is always hope, even in the deepest darkness, the worst fathomless pit there is always hope. I find that the targets I meet, many of them have a profound faith in God, or a higher power, or something outside of themselves. I wonder if that does not go a long way sometimes toward being singled out. The highly moral, the ones that can not be easily corrupted, conformed, or controlled. You probably fit a personality type that you are probably not even aware of. It’s a blessing and a curse, but it’s probably a large part of what brought you here. I don’t always like the situation that I am in, but I know that if I have a choice to be on this side of the fence then this is where I would choose to be. I don’t like being burnt in my home, I don’t like the things that come with my targeting, the tactics that are being used to destroy my life, even the knowledge that the ultimate goal of this is to destroy me, but I would rather be on this side of the fence, than the side of the fence that could torture innocent children while they sleep in their home. That could harass men and woman and torture them in their homes. That could destroy women and men and ruin their reputations and lives. That could send innocent people to their deaths via suicide. That could see innocent people falsely institutionalised. That could cause innocent people to snap and mass kill others. I don’t always like this side of the fence, but I know it has to be better than the other side of the fence. So I carry on. I know that it doesn’t seem pleasant now, but I know this has built character, it’s helped me to become more of the person I was always going to be, always wanted to be. As strange as this sounds, the events of the last year and a half, have helped me on my path to becoming who I was meant to be. This journey though unplanned to my conscious mind, was probably always going to happen in one capacity or another.

This time has been unpleasant, painful (electronic torture is just not what it use to be), psychologically testing, but it’s helped me to be stronger on so many levels. It’s challenged me, almost daily. I realise just how useless hate is. It’s a wasteful emotion and it does not accomplish what needs to be accomplished. For me I read the bible a lot when I was younger, but it’s really given me a lot of perspective as far as many of the lessons, psalms or proverbs. I see that others have been though similar experiences, where is seemed like the world had become evil, and my faith keeps me going, as I am sure it does many other targets. I now have a better understanding of Nazi Germany and how people can turn on each other and betray each other. It comes on so slowly you almost don’t see it coming, but by the grace of God, or whatever power out there that like’s me, I was one of the lucky ones. I do consider myself to be lucky, because I spent so many years not knowing what was happening, knowing something was not right, and just before this could fully consume me, I was able to find out what this thing was, well to a certain degree. That does not mean that it’s made this evil time any better in anyway, but having an understanding is like a weapon unto itself.

I am grateful for this and when I look at the alternatives, or the targets that never got the chance to realise the evil that was upon them till it was too late, i do consider myself lucky. I might not win, but I at least have a fighting chance, many others did not. I also have the opportunity of helping others. I don’t have to sit back and passively take what is happening to me. I can share what I am going through, I can make the path easier for others who are going through the same thing. This is something that I can do and am happy to do it. This as most targets know is one of the most productive things we can do. Any sort of activism really helps you find your center and is a good source of strength.

Looking forward, I am hearing about targets that have been going through this for 10 years, 20 years, etc. Targets of Cointelpro have been hunted down since the 70′s and just because the government said that Cointelpro had ended the populas believed them. There are many targets of Cointelpro still in jail, murdered by the state. There organisations destroyed, personal lives disrupted and ruined. That is how the state then and now deals with dissidence, but even though the world is aware of this, and has seen this, it has not stopped this. People still hold onto the belief that if they just stay within the lines, nothing like this could ever happen to them. That is a mistake, but most people will not believe it unless it happens to them, and even then most would rather not believe the truth.

Going forwad what we can do is hope to light our own individual candles, and share that light with others, if enough lights shine forth in this darkness at the same time, then maybe we can bring about a change, at the very least we will be able to provide each other with some comfort within this darkness that has come over us again in this time.

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Eye Opening

I have to do a year and a half in the life of a Targeted Individual (TI) post soon, but before I do that, I just had a really eye opening conversation yesterday on one of these forums. It seems at least one person was confused with the concept of hand signals vs people being sensitised. It seems this person might have been under the impression that the hand signals were themselves being used to sensitize people. I am not sure how this person came up with this, since I have blogged extensively about both. This person also seemed to be under the impression that the East German Stasi signals that were used 50 years ago, are one and the same that are being used now. The conversation was really eye opening, and if one person is confused others might be confused. Therefore this post will try to clarify the difference.
The Stasi in East Germany used a one handed sign language to communicate. There signals have been documented and referenced to by Anna Funder and others in their research on East Germany and the Stasi. In her book and online Articles. Anna Funder gave us a very small sample of Stasi Signals that were being used in East Germany. See them listed below.
They will also communicate with each other on the street by using Statsi like signals. Below are some examples of Stasi signals. SIGNALS FOR OBSERVATION

1. Watch out! Subject is coming – touch nose with hand or handkerchief
2. Subject is moving on, going further, or overtaking – stroke hair with hand, or raise hat briefly
3. Subject standing still – lay one hand against back, or on stomach
4. Observing Agent wishes to terminate observation because cover threatened – bend and retie shoelaces
5. Subject returning – both hands against back, or on stomach
6. Observing Agent wishes to speak with Team Leader or other Observing Agents – take out briefcase or equivalent and examine contents.
There were used only as a point of reference and it was not to indicate that the exact same ones were being used in the current situation, just hand signals that were very similar, which I have referenced to the ones that I have seen before in other postings. Again these are ruff translations and you have to judge what you are seeing and experiencing for yourself.

Double Blink 
Touching the nose, (Or also touching with both thumb and pointer finger)
Using the nose and finger for directional signals
Touching the eyes left to right, or covering the eyes with one hand over both eyes
Brushing the hair back three times
Stroking the hair at the (nape) back of the neck three times, or
Using water or any liquid to open communication, or pretending to yawn, cover the mouth
David Lawson who I hardly ever reference to for reasons I have stated before. In his book (possibly disinfo) also referenced that these Gang Stalkers use one handed sign language that look like Base ball signals. If anyone has seen a baseball game then you have seen empires and pitchers use these signals to represent different things. If you have never seen a baseball game, you won’t have any idea what this means, and therefore the reference might not be the most effective one.

I have also explained that he one handed signals that I have seen being used might also be similar to ones that are used by under cover police officers. They use a one handed sign language called talking hands. There are even courses that are being taught for people who want to assist the police, who want to learn these signals. I have also posted about this before.

Course Date: January 29, 2007 (8 hours)
Location: TBA
Sponsored by: The Gadsden Police Department & Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training
Tuition: FREE   FREE  FREE
 
Description: This course will provide students with the ability to communicate with each other non verbally using one-handed signals in police environments and without the suspects hearing anything. This training, based upon the same signs used by the hearing impaired public, will cover basic nonverbal communication techniques using single-hand sign language for use in police environments or situations where verbal communication is not desirable.  As part of the course, students will also demonstrate the use of these hand signals through practical exercises, scenarios, and final assessment.
 
http://gangstalkingworld.com/Forum/YaBB.pl?num=1168628196
 
Course Objectives:
 
Understand the benefits of using officer hand signals 
Utilize a wide variety of officer hand signals including descriptions and colors 
Demonstrate the ability to use various hand signals effectively in a given situation 
 
Overview of Topics:
 
Benefit of Patrol Officer Hand Signal 
The Cop Talk Signs 
The Cop Talk Description Signs 
The Cop Talk Colors 
Practical Application and Exercises 
Hand Signal Use Assessment  
Now the other thing this person seemed confused about. He thought the one handed sign language was being used to sensitise people. This is not the case. The one handed sign language is being used to communication amongst the Civilian Spies. It’s not, I don’t think, being used to sensitise anyone. Things that are being used to sensitise people have been listed before on this website. Here is a list of some popular ones.

Getting a Targeted Individual sensitized to an everyday stimuli. The targeted individual over a period of months, or even years is negatively sensitised to an everyday stimuli, which is then used to harass them. It’s used out in public to let them know they are constantly being harassed and monitored. Some examples of everyday stimulus that might be used include: sounds, colors, patterns, actions. Eg. Red, white, yellow, strips, pens clicking, key jangling, loud coughing, loud whistling, loud smacking of clapping of hands together, cell phones, laptops, etc.

Disrupting the targets life, sleep with loud power tools, drilling, construction, stereos, doors slamming, etc. Talking in public about private things in the targets life. Mimicking actions of the target. Basically letting the target know that they are in the targets life. Daily interferences, nothing that would be too overt to the untrained eye, but psychologically degrading and damaging to the target over time.
I just found some videos on youtube and in one of the videos Norma Desmond (not her real name) talks about the Gang Stalkers and the signals they were using, in the first video. She also does a really good job of explaining why Gang Stalking is so hard to recognise. After seeing the video I hope it will help make things clearer for a lot of people. I think Norma does a really good job, the videos are really eye opening and I hope they will serve to help other targets understand what we are all up against in our efforts to bring awareness about Gang Stalking. I have not had a chance to watch all the videos myself.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=h5rJrtE6Zjk
http://youtube.com/watch?v=vF9A8UM5vuk
http://youtube.com/watch?v=7BQkYIyua0Q
http://youtube.com/watch?v=F-F8bAeRlIk
http://youtube.com/watch?v=k_SI_UpVF1U

February 27, 2008 Posted by | Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Community harassment, community policing, communityharassment, Controlled society, Corruption, crazy, driving-crazy, Electronic harassment, Female, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Gaslighting, harassment, Ignorance, mobbing, Neighbours, one handed signals, Sensitize, sign language, silence, Snitches, society, Spying, Stalking, Stasi, Surveillence, Targeted Individual, whistle blower, White, WhiteFemale, youtube | 2 Comments

Society of secrecy.

This is the post that will sound out there, no matter how I write it, and no matter what I do, so I will just go for.

This is in relationship to Mark M. Rich and the fact that he thinks this is a bit more than a subset of society. I just think this is how the society is period, and some of us just don’t realise this, but many others do, and are just not saying anything.

Not only is there a plethora of movies, books, soaps, that try to describe bits of this from time to time, or other times in history, but this is also based on my own personal experience.

When I first discovered the snitching and the one handed sign language, I ofcourse wanted to make sure that I was on the right track, so I did the only thing that I could do. When you have a hypothesis you have to go out and prove it, and get verifiable results that can be repeated, or something like that.

If this is what I was seeing, then I should be able to get confirmation of it. This is the part that surprised me, because to get confirmation for a time I had to interact with the Civilian Spies/Snitches.

This was also when I realised that not all of them were evil, many of them were just average citizens thinking they were doing a good job for the society. Many were actually proud. I think I might have mentioned this in my postings or on the forums. Before this, I ofcourse just thought that they were evil.

I mean from a Targeted Individual (TI) perspective, they are driving people to suicide, or acts of violence, pushing them towards homelessness, mobbing people out of work, setting them up for being jailed or institutionalised, I mean these are horrific acts to be perpetrating against your fellow man, but these people they don’t care, they also don’t necessarily see it that way. That’s what the hands on research would show me.

Back to Mark’s point and why I think that this is just how society is.

[b]The Snitches[/b]

When this started I would go on the train, that’s where I observed some things, and got much confirmation. Remember this is me on the train for the last year and a half. I would walk through train cars to see if the snitching thing was happening in more than one train car, I wanted to make sure that the snitches were not just concentrated where I was. Not the case, I could go from one car almost to the end, and it would be the same thing. Average citizens, all ages, races, genders, that were part of the Civilian Spying/Snitching force.

I also during this time period interacted with some, to try to confirm either verbally or none verbally the things that I was observing, and did get the confirmations that I was seeking. Oh the concentrations that I was seeing on the trains, I have listed as 90%, but what I would really be observing is almost 100% concentrations.

At the various places that I have worked over the last year and a half. Work use to be normal and steady before this, now it’s transitional, and variety based. The system can keep you unemployed, or push you into specific jobs that it wants you to be pushed into. It can make sure you are on contact vs fully employed, or other things. Just let’s say that when people say that the system is keeping them out of a job, or they are blacklisted, it’s not a joke. It’s hard to imagine how it can happen, in a democratic society, but that is just the joke, about this so called democratic society.

Anyways. Every job that I have had has had snitches. I can tell you at 2 out of 4 locations that every co-worker on my level was snitching. The 4th location I was not there long enough to make an accurate observation, what I did see was right up there however. Two of the jobs were for smaller companies, but again the training classes were 100% filled with co-workers who were Civilian Spies/Snitches.

I have spoken to people who have advised that it’s the government, others who think this is just another McCarthyism, others who think that the snitching is localised to where they work, they don’t get to see what I saw and experienced as a target. Eg. That this is global and not just localised, another assured me it’s normal and this happens in others countries, as well. (Yeah, good to know.)

At one job where I worked, we had international students, from various places around the globe, and again they were snitches. I can only assume that this is what is happening in their countries as well, or they learnt the snitching to be part of this exchange program.

[b]Vibrating/Pulsating Floors[/b]

Other experiences. With the vibrating floors, it almost feels like a mini power generator is making the floors pulsate/vibrate. I know that sounds weird, at work right, all jobs? If I was not experiencing it, I would think it was just out there. However I like to confirm what I am experiencing, so I got feedback from others.

At one job where this happened. Not only would the floors vibrate, but when this would happen, we had this glass that was sort of like frosted glass, but it would shake, and you could visually see it. I also would get co-workers to confirm what was happening with the vibrations or ask questions as to what was making it happen. There were people that were very aware of what was going on, and well… (I will leave it at that.)

The other job, I was not there long enough to make too many observations. The shaking thing was happening, but I think based on what was happening it was affecting the persons beside me just as much. We would have moments, where we would have to stand up at the exact same times, (due to the intensity of the shaking floors) and once I made eye contact with the person beside when this happened and the person was like, “I just don’t want to know.” I left it at that, but it was one of those things.

Another job this happened in the training class, and I thought it was just me at first, but it’s not. The whole training class was experiencing this. That was and is the part that I just can’t wrap my mind around. As a target you are like, it’s just me, no one else knows what’s going on, that’s why we must expose this, but that’s wrong. Some people do know what is going on, and when I say some people, I believe a large majority of some people.

People know some of the stuff that is going on. Most times they don’t think that I do. (I don’t feel that I can go into more details here.) However with the vibrating floors, they were falling asleep and not loving the heat, it’s funny for me it was a break from my apartment which on any given day had to be 10 times worst than what was happening there.

Another time when this was happening at said job, one of the co-workers showed me that when it happens, you just stand up, like this. (That’s the part where you can’t actually pretend that they don’t know what’s happening, but you also can’t ask any questions, or rather, I just choose not to.) There was more, but I don’t want to go into too much of this.

The other job, I really don’t remember much outside of the snitching. I was there way too briefly to observe much outside of that.

[b]Other Targets[/b]

Other things. At one job, I mentioned that there was another person who was also a target. I think I have blogged about some aspects of that before, if not then I will leave out the details in this post. However at that same job there was a third person there, and I was starting to suspect that stuff was ongoing with this person, but this person was really scared a lot of the time, however there was a specific instance, that lead me to this belief.

Along the way as a target, I have told you about some of my conversations with the police officers, some helpful some not.

Also as far as finding other targets, I mentioned the person at the one job, also the woman who was apartment hunting when I was, and she was experiencing the same stuff.

People that I worked with, one person had to sell their business and move into a below ground apartment. I believe that had to do with the electromagnetic harassment. Also this person would refer to the weird end of the world stuff that was happening.

People that I worked with that I know were forced to take part in what was going on, one person looked scared out of his mind as I saw him participating, very much against his will.

People that I am associated with, one person was going through similar stuff, and was complaining about it, years before I even realised it was ongoing in my life.
(Yes I did think this person was a little bit off at the time, I mean this person was saying that people were coming into the house and changing stuff around. It sounded crazy and at the time, I just thought the person maybe was mistaken, but I did leave an open mind. Now I see that this happens to more people than I realise. This person is also now getting electronically harassed.)

There are other things, but you get to the stage where you are like, it’s not just me. This has been the hardest part to wrap my mind around. It’s not just me. Even when I first came online and found out about Gang Stalking, I was like wow this happens to other people?
What I am seeing and experiencing offline, is a much more common phenomenon, much more widespread, and much more awareness. The Civilian Spies know they are Civilian Spies, some realise exactly what’s going on, some don’t know, or don’t seem to realise how widespread this is. There seems to be quite a few people being kept in line this way, controlled this way, conformed this way.

If you are not aware of it, it will sound crazy to you, it would have sounded crazy to me, but you have to experience it to believe it.

Rumours, and the reason that they seem to like the system. They are all connected. That means that if you are a target and person A says something about you, that information even if and when it’s false can go out throughout the whole Civilian Spy/Snitch system. You might never hear back what is being said, but everyone else does and the zombies will act on that information, true or not true. Remember the following articles.

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/08/14/news/korea.php

(Did anyone ever stop to wonder how information about this person in a few short weeks made it out to his school, work, community so much so that he had to quit his school, job, and his family had to move?)

http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB116855242776974364-OeszoAs0Sa3YsO80IOEwzj7Vfg8_20080112.html?mod=blogs

[quote][b]The digital age allows critics to quickly find a fair amount of information about their targets.[/b] One day last November, at about 11:30 a.m., a blog focused on making New York streets more bike-friendly posted the license plate number of an SUV driver who allegedly accelerated from a dead stop to hit a bicycle blocking his way.

At 1:16 p.m., someone posted the registration information for the license plate, including the SUV owner’s name and address. (The editor of the blog thinks the poster got the information from someone who had access to a license-plate look-up service, available to lawyers, private investigators and police.) At 1:31 p.m., another person added the owner’s occupation, his business’s name and his title. Ten minutes later, a user posted a link to an aerial photo of the owner’s house. Within another hour, the posting also included the accused’s picture and email address.

The SUV’s owner, Ian Goldman, the chief executive of Celerant Technology Corp. in the New York City borough of Staten Island, declined to comment for this article. According to an email exchange posted on the blog, Mr. Goldman said that he had lent the vehicle in question to a relative with “an urgent medical situation” and that he was not aware of any incident. The alleged victim has decided to drop the matter since the damage to the bicycle, which he was standing next to at the time, was under $20. Last month, Aaron Naparstek, editor of the blog, says he removed Mr. Goldman’s home and email addresses from the site after receiving a “lawyerly cease and desist” email asking that the whole posting be deleted.
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Again these people are organised, the above two examples are just a few of many. Other examples of how this information network works and how fast it travels. Between cellphone, text messaging and what have you, these people are and can be more aware of your life than you are.

In my own situation I have seen rumours start in the workplace, and I can tell you that people along the way, know your business, true or not true. The other thing is, if you are a target and not a part of this snitch network, you often times are out of the loop and will not hear stuff back, or at all. You might never have a clue about what is being said or put out there about you, and thus have no way to defend yourself. The other thing that I find humorous somewhat, is that the Snitches then expect you to know what is being said about you, and feel justified in their actions that they take.

Eg. My most recent job, my P.A.M. I realised was starting one rumour after another, and what I did figure out, I tried to correct, but to no avail. People on the Snitch network of social friends, believe and trust other snitches. Why should they not, they are all the same thing. So really after figuring out that there was something afoot, and trying to get it corrected, I just gave up, because at the end of the day, people will believe what they want to believe. It’s a wasteful process. Doesn’t mean you can’t try, but just realise what you are dealing with.

So you have at the end of the day, a society that is built on secrecy, people will cover things up, and they will keep their mouths shut for years, open secrets that are not really secrets. When they come out, you are almost amazed that they stayed covered up for so long but they did. The nice thing is sometimes these things do come out, but from what I have seen it often does not change things and these people just learn to cover their tracks better.

Eg. Children being abused by Priests, have you truly ever wondered how that was just not talked about, and yet so many people knew and there were so many victims, yet it remained a secret for how many decades?

Child sexual abuse, happens to so many apparently, but this was also something that was not discussed or talked about.

You would think this new openness would change all this stuff right? All that has happened with the church thing is that new cases now have to go through the Church before they can be prosecuted, now you can’t get at them locally, it has to go through the Vatican first. Now it’s easier to get away with molesting young kids. Also the church routinely let’s Priest hold up at or around the Vatican in Rome, for sanctuary.

Molesters now use online services to group molest children, and in the digital age, parents are not smarter or more careful with their children. The predators get smarter and society seems to think that because this stuff is out in the open, they no longer have to have their guards up. Don’t anyone wonder how they can have hundreds of thousands of kids in pictures, in poses, doing stuff, where are the parents? Where is the guard that society is now suppose to be on?

Kids are still molested in their homes, and in many cases the conspiracy of silence still continues. Cause that’s what society is good at.

Civilian Spies, have been around for over a hundred years, snitches go back far into history. Even as this gets exposed, and you realise like I have on some level that it’s not just me. It won’t change this. I mean for a time it will, but only long enough to teach these people how to better cover their darkness.

Control, conformity, corruption can happen out in public and that is the best place for it. We have a society of secrecy happening, if you don’t know, you likely will not believe, I know I could not have a year and a half ago, I would have argued it into the ground. Even now that I know or realise on some level, it’s hard to deal with. There is not a day that I don’t shake my head, and wonder how they can go along with it. I know the answer in many ways, fear, power, conformity, fitting in, and ofcourse the secrecy of it all. That silence that let’s you be a part of something great, and the penalty for revealing what you know. Be it being socially annexed, or also Gang Stalked and Electronically Harassed. It’s just another society where you know the rules, spoken or unspoken. First rule of stalk club, you don’t talk about stalk club, second rule of stalk club, you don’t talk about stalk club.

Anyways that’s the post.

Mark is right when he says it’s not a subset of society, but I don’t know if he realises that this seems to be just how society is. The ones that are not in the know, really don’t know. I didn’t. The ones that do know, know how to keep their mouths shut, and they don’t step out of line.

You have smaller group examples of this, the military and hazing, churches and cults stalking people who leave, other subsets of society where secrecy is a must, but then there is society, where it’s a society of secrecy. Even if and when this get’s exposed and talked about, the light will not shine for very long, these people can cover their darkness so well, because they put it out there almost right into the open. That’s the weird part that I understand on one level, but still can’t come to terms with on another.

February 24, 2008 Posted by | blue-wall, Censorship, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Controlled society, Corruption, domestic spying, Electronic harassment, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, government corruption, harassment, Ignorance, judas, Masons, mental-salves, Mind Control, Movies, New World Order, NWO, Online Stalking, oppression, Police State, Scientologists, silence, slavery, slaves, Snitches, society, Spying, Stalking, Stasi, Stop snitching, whistle blower | Leave a comment

Down with the system

People keep writing in and asking the same questions, so I keep giving the same answers.

To understand what is going on start with a system. Then give it little appendages of control, and go from there.

Different sectors of society are then controlled in different ways.

Some are just controlled via socialization, and when they get out of line they are socially annexed. this works very well, and in some societies in the past, this was used instead of jail. A person who had committed a wrong, would be ostracized, and this would be punishment enough. The same with shaming a person. In our modern day society we still have similar same mechanisms in place.

[b]Schools[/b]
Children are socialised from an early age to confirm, and to be controlled. They are taught that they are free, and that we live in a democratic society, but what they are really learning in most cases, is how to be good citizens, follow peer pressure, and how not to question the system. Most will go through life, believing in these ideals and freedoms, because it’s what they have been conditioned to think.

[b]Work[/b]
Workplaces are the same, more control and conformity. Those who can pretend to get along well, or who fit in line with the structure the most usually rise to the top and come through the system the best. (This is not always the case, but most often.) Another social structure where conformity is key.

[b]Religion[/b]
Same thing, and most people are aware of how structured religion can be. How people can be socially annexed, and how regulated the views, values and beliefs are suppose to be. We think we have made great strides separating church from the state, but the control and conformity the church loses, the state picks up the slack.

[b]Television Programing[/b]
They call it programing for a reason, and most of us are plugged into it from the time we are born, until we die. We trust it, and it often helps to tell us what our views values and beliefs should be. Most people do not realise the impact this has on them, but it has a great deal of impact with molding what people think, believe, and even how they act.
When subtle social conformity fails what happens next? That is what we are seeing now. When these forms of subtle social conformity are not enough to do the job, then other forms of control are put into place. This is not the case in every instance, but it’s the case in too many instance.
[b]Bullying[/b]
Tim Fields, God rest his soul. He was instrumental in not only being bullied himself, but in realising that bullying was a phenomenon that was responsible for thousands of deaths every year, from grade school, right on up into the workplace. Bullying unlike mobbing, usually involves a single bully, who goes after one person at a time. The person is usually seen to be the best, brightest, or the person who really stands out.

One thing that Tim began to look into before his death, and before his website went offline was obstruction.

(Yes I just checked and bullyingonline.org seems to no longer be available in the conventional sense of the word. Just one more resource gone.)

He realised that there was a great deal of obstruction ongoing.

[quote]Many targets of bullying report that they seem to be obstructed every step of the way in their pursuit of justice. The management refuse to investigate, or use an untrained investigator, or whitewash the case. The union refuses to help, or initially shows interest but suddenly changes sides. The solicitor initially shows interest but then starts acting in a manner which suggests they have the other side’s interests at heart rather than yours.

The employer’s lawyers apply for, and obtain, adjournment after adjournment, then obtain a pre-hearing review which the tribunal chairman handles in favour of the employer. In the tribunal, favour is shown to the respondent (employer) and you get the impression that the verdict has been decided in advance. Your solicitor, the respondent’s lawyers and the tribunal chairman seem to know more about your case than you think they should.

After the tribunal you’re left with no option but to privately sue the employer, the union, and your solicitor, and appeal the tribunal decision, but by this time you have no job, no income, your savings are gone, so is your health, maybe your marriage too, and there’s no prospect of ever being employed again, especially in the professions.

Sound familiar? If so, you might be surprised to realise how often this happens. Mostly it’s in cases from the education sector, although it may happen in any public sector case, for example the NHS. Occasionally, but less often, it happens in private sector cases, and in rare cases from the voluntary sector.

Although there’s never any substantive proof, it seems that all the parties arrayed against you have been colluding in secret. The question is, what allegiance binds these individuals together, and where could they meet such that the normal rules of confidentiality do not apply? What fraternal obligation places their duty to support and protect each other above the moral, ethical and legal obligations by which the rest of us are bound?

Employers, unions, law firms, and employees of the justice system are part of society, and every group, professional or otherwise, contains a few poor performers and rotten apples. This ranges from inexperience through ineptitude and incompetence to collusion and corruption.
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[b]Mobbing[/b]
Almost the same thing as bullying, except it involves a group of individuals. Workplace mobbing could be called or seen as the cousin to community gang stalking. The target is the focus of gossip, rumours, slander, most times they will never fully hear what is being said about them. They are provoked, made to seem as if they are bad at their jobs, usually fired, or given menial tasks until they quit. When leaving, many who do have the resources to sue the system are met with the same obstacles listed above in the bullying section. Many targets of mobbing will kill themselves, or be unable to function or work again. Often they can not find jobs in their industries.

Mobbing was first documented in Europe, the name came from the activity that a noted professor watched crows attacking one bird. Just repeatedly pecking at it, one by one.

Definition of mobbing from http://www.mobbing.ca

[quote]Mobbing can be understood as the stressor to beat all stressors. It is an impassioned, collective campaign by co-workers to exclude, punish, and humiliate a targeted worker. Initiated most often by a person in a position of power or influence, mobbing is a desperate urge to crush and eliminate the target. The urge travels through the workplace like a virus, infecting one person after another. The target comes to be viewed as absolutely abhorrent, with no redeeming qualities, outside the circle of acceptance and respectability, deserving only of contempt. As the campaign proceeds, a steadily larger range of hostile ploys and communications comes to be seen as legitimate.
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I am an old pro at this one by now, and though I can’t say it get’s easier to deal with, at least knowing what you are up against helps a great deal.
[b]Gang Stalking[/b]

[quote]Gang Stalking on a macro level is a systemic form of control, which seeks to control and destroy every aspect of a targets life, often without leaving a trace.
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Just like with workplace mobbing, this is the community version of the same thing. Many targets of this will be falsely institutionalised, jailed, commit suicide, or go missing. Socially, financially ruined and annexed. Many
never realise what is happening to them till it’s too
late.

Gang Stalking is not only very similar to workplace mobbing, it’s also very close to Cointelpro, which never stopped, and according to some sources is very much alive and well in it’s modern day form.

http://www.Cointelpro2.com
[b]Cointelpro[/b]
http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm

COINTELPRO is an acronym for a series of FBI counterintelligence programs designed to neutralize political dissidents. Although covert operations have been employed throughout FBI history.

It was not just designed to neutralize political dissidence, it was designed to stop it in all it’s forms, and inceptions. This program was designed to stop these groups from ever having a chance to reach any potential. The way this program stopped these groups is by stopping the people behind these groups. Political assassinations, dirty tricks, breaking up people’s relationships, leaving them jobless, making their neighbours spy on them, putting them in jail on trumped up charges, sending them on the run, disruption, disinformation, squashing dissidence in all it’s form.

It destroyed and ruined, just about every civil rights movement that could actually make a real difference, and made sure that any future leaders, were squashed before they had a chance to rise and become the next Messiah that could electrify the masses.

Here is to you J. Edgar. Hoover, somewhere out there, I do hope the Karma is still smiling on you.

[b]The Buzzsaw[/b]

This is what can cut through you if you are a journalist and you step out of line. However this is what can happen to you in any profession, if you step out of line. It just has different variations.

[quote]Borjesson describes “the buzzsaw” as “what can rip through you when you try to investigate or expose anything this country’s large institutions — be they corporate or government — want to keep under wraps. The system fights back with official lies, disinformation, and stonewalling.

Your phone starts acting funny. Strange people call you at strange hours to give you strange information. The FBI calls you. Your car is broken into and the thief takes your computer and your reporter’s notebook and leaves everything else behind … The sense of fear and paranoia is, at times, overwhelming.” [/quote]

[quote]When they speak out, buzzsaw victims are usually treated as paranoid conspiracy theorists.[/quote]

[quote]Borjesson was subject to similar attempts at character assassination by her former peers[/quote]

[quote][b]There’s something of an X-Files feel to a lot of these stories, though not in the way that condescending guardians of official truth think. Rather, their surreal feeling comes from the first-person experiences of people finding the institutions they’ve served all their lives suddenly turning on them. As Borjesson writes, “Walk into the buzzsaw and you’ll cut right to this layer of reality. You will feel a deep sense of loss and betrayal. A shocking shift in paradigm. Anyone who hasn’t experienced it will call you crazy. Those who don’t know the truth, or are covering it up, will call you a conspiracy nut.” [/b]

In fact, that’s just what a lot of these writers have been called. Once a journalist has been tossed out of the inner circle, anything they write can be smeared as sour grapes or mere ranting. The media has already branded them unreliable, so their charges are extremely unlikely to be taken seriously.
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[quote]Indeed, some of the writers in Buzzsaw say that, before their own experiences, they were among the scoffers. Webb writes, “If we had met five years ago, you wouldn’t have found a more staunch defender of the newspaper industry than me … I was winning awards, getting raises, lecturing college classes, appearing on TV shows, and judging journalism contests. So how could I possibly agree with people like Noam Chomsky and Ben Bagdikian, who were claiming the system didn’t work, that it was steered by powerful special interests and corporations, and existed to protect the power elite?”[/quote]

Yes and before gang stalking and electronic harassment, I would have laughed people silly out of the forums. Until it happens, unless it happens, it’s hard to believe. Even as it happens it’s hard to believe, because it requires suspending beliefs and realising that all of society is like this, and this is a systemic form of control to keep the masses in line, and in check with the status quo.
[b]Whistle blowers, activist, dissidents[/b]

[b]Dissident Peter duesburg.[/b]

After a stunning 20 year career, with just about every reward and recognition under the sun. He realised that the findings on the theory HIV leads to AIDS might have some loop holes. He went from a stunning career being the darling of the field to doing without grant money. He dared to question the stutus quo. The problem with this of course if there is validity to what he is saying, then they should be discussing this.

I understand that in it’s 20 year run, the dissident movement and questioning the HIV/AIDs theory is now right up there with Holocaust denial? When we have seen science be wrong about so many things in the past, to the detriment of so many, do we really want to rule out all possibilities until all the facts are in? Of course we do, because the system say so.

I remember when everyone mocked the guy who thought that stomach ulcers were caused by a bacteria? http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/hpylori/#3
After years of confirmation that stress was what caused all ulcers.

Pellagra was thought to be from bacteria in Maize, but it was in fact a vitamin b deficiency.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pellagra

History has taught us on these and so many other occasions to keep an open mind, but we never do.

(Great upto date, insight full article on HIV.)

http://www.jpands.org/vol12no4/bauer.pdf
[b]Whistle Blower Lana Vandenberghe[/b]

After finding out the truth about the London tube shooting. This brave whistle blower tried to get the truth out to the world, so that an innocent man, would not have his reputation killed and destroyed, like he had been. For her efforts she paid a price.

[quote]Lana Vandenberghe, who worked for the Independent Police Complaints Commission, said that ten officers broke down her front door in a dawn raid. She was placed in a cell without food or access to a lawyer for eight hours by bullying officers who told her that she would go to prison.

Despite the ordeal, Ms Vandenberghe, who lost her home, her job as an administration secretary and was treated for depression after being arrested, said that she would do it all again to expose the deliberate police “cover up”.[/quote]

She is just one of thousands, here and abroad, who have paid the price for doing what they know to be right. Exposing corruption, drugs that were bad for the public, health care scams, unsafe air travel, etc. Many of them are offered no gratitude, many will loose their jobs, and be ostracised. The system does not reward you for going against the status quo, and the fate of whistle-blowers is just one more example of this.
[b]Activists Judi Bari[/a]

Earth first activist. Tried to save the forest. Had the FBI bomb her car, tried to blame her for it. She would be paralysed, go through this awful trial to try to figure out what had happened and prove her innocence. She had a small child during this time to try to take care of. She would later die, but she did win her case against the state.

Again her story is just one of many. There are hundreds of activist, dissidents that are dealt with in the same way. The people who have tried to expose 9/11. Many have met with unfortunate circumstances or death.

The activist that tried to expose the CIA bringing drugs into ethnic minority communities in the States, again the same fate.

Regular citizens are controlled by being socially ostracized on one end of the scale, all the way to being gang stalking on the opposite end of the spectrum.

It is one system of control.

I also keep getting the same questions and comments

Q: For each target to be followed around it would cost $20 million per year per target?

A: Considering they did the same thing during Cointelpro, and that Russia and East Germany were able to pull this off by using civilian spies, why would our society be any less capable?

Q: Wouldn’t it have to be a conspiracy, that the whole world was in on?

A: The whole world does not have to be in on it, but a large enough sector of society must be aware of, and taking part in these activities, for this to happen.

Q: Are these people just paranoid?
A: Hey anything is possible, and I would have thought the same thing myself, but after doing the research for a year and half. Witnessing things that seem impossible, and yes, out of an X-files episode, or one of those stepford wives movies, then I to go with what I am seeing, experiencing, and what the corresponding, documented evidence is showing me. I am not the only person to come to these conclusions or to experience similar events.

Read some of these books if you have additional questions.

1. Ward Churchill, Jim Vander Wall “Cointelpro Papers”

       2. Protectors of Privilege: Red Squads and Police Repression in Urban America
       3. Anna Funder “Stasiland”
       4. Gloria Naylor. “1996″
       5. Victor Santoro  “GASLIGHTING How To Drive Your Enemies Crazy “
       6. Anthony Brina “Suburban Spies”
       7. Stephen Knight “The Brotherhood”
       8. Alex Constantine “The Covert War Against Rock”
       9. Jim Redden  “Snitch Culture”
       10. Frank Donner “The Age of surveillance”
       11. Kristina Borjesson “Into the Buzzsaw”

Q: Can this change?

A: Anything can change, but only if you want it to. Only with time. Only with a strong will and a resilient nature, and even then, the results are not guaranteed.

To the system. I leave it to it’s fate, and let the Karma work it’s will accordingly.

February 5, 2008 Posted by | 9/11, black, Black Females, black women, BlackFemales, blackwomen, Bullying, buzzsaw, Censorship, CIA, Cointelpro, Controlled society, Corruption, Covert investigations, crazy, dissident, driving-crazy, Electronic harassment, Female, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Gaslighting, harassment, Insane, Minorities, mobbing, Monitoring, oppression, Police State, sexual harassment, society, Spying, Stalking, State target, Targeted Individual, whistle blower, White, WhiteFemale | Leave a comment

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