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Gang Stalking: Psychological Targeting in a Group Setting

http://www.empowher.com/news/herarticle/2010/03/09/gang-stalking-psychological-targeting-group-setting

[quote]Gang Stalking: Psychological Targeting in a Group Setting
Rheyanne Weaver
March 09, 2010

The average functioning individual does not have a lot to be logically paranoid about. Sure, there’s the occasional whisper that you overhear and think is about yourself. There’s also the fear that someone is following you. Then there is gang stalking.

This is the ultimate form of paranoia that turns out to be a well-founded suspicion and mistrust. Gang stalking is when a group of people decide to target an individual and attempt to control aspects of that individual’s life and monitor them 24/7. Generally, this is done without the person actually knowing about this organized stalking group, but if a person does find out, the results and helplessness can be devastating.

According to gangstalkingworld.com, “gang stalking is experienced as a covert psychological, emotional and physical attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying a target over time.” [/quote]

A brand new article has come out about Gang Stalking and workplace mobbing. I think this article might finally do what the community has been trying to do for some time. Bridge the Gap between what the Targeted Individual experiences, and what the average person is able to understand of the harassment.

The magazine is specifically focused on women and issues of empowerment. I think this is the perfect place for getting the word out. A thank you to http://www.EmpowHER.com and author Rheyanne Weaver

March 10, 2010 Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Bridging The Gap 2

Bridging the Gap.

This book is now available at Amazon.com

 

You can now purchase this the Hardcopy of this book at Amazon.com. This book is a great way to help you and others understand what Gang Stalking is, and why it could be happening in society.

http://www.amazon.com/Bridging-Gap-GmB-Bailey/dp/1441448845

 

Bridging The Gap

Bridging The Gap

 

The book will answer a lot of the questions that get thrown out at targets. Why would the government do this? You are just not that interesting? Who would spend that much money to track and stalk you? How could so many people be taking part? You are just paranoid? Has this ever happened before?

It really should help to bridge some of the gaps between the regular population and the targeted individuals community.

Below are the chapters. Again the book is now available at Amazon.com and you can find it by using this link.
http://www.amazon.com/Bridging-Gap-GmB-Bailey/dp/1441448845
Table Of Content

Table Of Content

Introduction

Introduction    I

Table of contents

     Table of contents III

1. Bridging the gap

    Bridging the gap 1

2. What is Gang Stalking

     What is Gang Stalking?  2.1
     Community Policing 2.4
     Goals of Gang Stalking 2.5
     Who gets targeted 2.7
     Who takes part 2.9
     Why people become informants  2.10
     Common Techniques used  2.10
     Funding for Gang Stalking  2.12
     How do participants communicate  2.13

3. Covert Techniques

    Covert Techniques  3.1

4. Obedience to authority

    Milgram Experiment  4.1
    The Stanford Prison Experiment 4.3
    Strip Search Call Prank 4.4

5. Informant System

     The Snitching System  5.1
     Alexandra Natapoff  5.3

6. Conspiracies and history

   The Secret Persuaders 6.1
   Operation Gladio   6.2
   Red Squads    6.4
   McCarthyism  6.7
   Cointelpro       6.9
   Stasi  6.11
   The Buzzsaw 6.14
   Fusion Centers  6.17
7. Are Canadians being Watched

    Secret Databases 7.1
    Spying101  7.2
 
8. The Set Up’s

    Conspiracy 8.1
    Paying the price  8.2

9. Chain Reaction

       The Game  9.1
       Understanding the game 9.3
       Stopping the chain reaction  9.7

10. Infiltrations

      Online Infiltrations     10.1
      Offline Infiltrations    10.2

11. The final pieces
      
       The Final Pieces   11.1
       Checks and balances  11.2
       Unwelcome truths 11.3

12. Coping

      Coping  12.1

13. Closing Thoughts

      Closing  13.1

14. Resources

      Movies  14.1
      Videos  14.1
      Books  14.1
      Articles 14.2
      Cointelpro 14.4
      Websites   14.5

15. References

     References  15.1

April 24, 2009 Posted by | activism, Awareness, buzzsaw, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Conspiracy, Controlled society, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Gaslighting, Life, society | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bridging the gap.

Misdiagnosed as having paranoid delusions. This is exactly where many of our workplace mobbing cousins were 15 years ago before credible research was done into the phenomenon of workplace mobbing. They were often thought to be paranoid, some I am sure were equally locked away or put on medications, but a decade and a half later with more understanding into this deliberate phenomenon we not only realise how far reaching it is, but how systemic it is as well.

As a clinician, Leymann made his priority the healing of post-traumatic stress in those most severely affected by mobbing. With the support of the Swedish health service, he opened a clinic for mobbing victims in 1994, and published detailed research on the first 64 patients treated there. That clinic no longer exists and Leymann himself died in 1999, but 200 patients are currently treated in a similar clinic that opened in Saarbruecken, Germany, this year.

Competent, well-informed treatment of the many mobbing targets who suffer mental breakdown is obviously in order, especially since they have often in the past been misdiagnosed as having paranoid delusions.

Psychiatric injury, however, is but one possible harmful result of being mobbed. Some mobbing targets keep their sanity but succumb to cardiovascular disease–hypertension, heart attack, or stroke. Most suffer loss of income and reputation. Marital breakdown and isolation from friends and family are also common outcomes.

When a problem is not understood, especially by outsides who might have a cold, calculating, or even dispassionate interest in the subject matter it’s easy to falsely label something that is not understood. Such as the people that are part of that phenomenon or the phenomenon itself.

Today the concept of workplace mobbing is well understood, and has become more normalised in society, thanks to research by credible professors such as K. Westhues. Himself a target of workplace mobbing, he was able to ward off what was happening to him, and spent the next decade studying the phenomenon and assisting other targets. He is now a widely respected researcher in the field.

With subject matters such as bullying, gang stalking, mobbing, mind control, because the outside world is often unaware of the devastating effect the harassment is having, it’s often up to the insiders of that community to bring knowledge and understanding to the forefront, and to the outside world at large.

10 years ago, bullying was not understood that well, but with the persistence of people like Tim Fields, it’s now a household word, and a very well understood concept.

We as a community in the Gang Stalking World are on the precipice, where the term is becoming more well known, but with limited understanding, and preconceived prejudices about gang stalking, by people in various fields and outside communities.

This might also have been recently complicated by being falsely termed as an extreme community. We are not so much an extreme community as a misunderstood community. We are about 3-5 years behind where our fellow counterparts were. We do need more research into the subject matter, but because what is happening to us, is being enacted by the very governments we trust, this further complicates exposing what’s happening to the general population, and then getting assistance, validation and understanding from the world at large.

We are at the crossing over stage, and for every move we do try to make forward, we have silent watchers in the background, from what the New York Times article stated, at times misdiagnosing our community, and mislabeling the members of that community, without giving any actual credence to the research being presented and the very real possibility that what we are saying is true, and that this is in fact really happening to us.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/13/fashion/13psych.html?partner=rss&emc=rss

The key emphasis then still relies on mechanisms within the Gang Stalking community to prove our innocence, because we have already been declared by some as guilty, or rather mislabeled as paranoid, delusional, or mentally ill. There is strength in unity, we have seen this with our cousin community, yet this is still a key point that alludes our community due to several key internal factors.

In moving forward, there has to be more focus on maintaining a unified community, which is hard at times because we do remain fragmented in many ways. We still have to place key emphasis on Awareness, and exposure. There is a lot of good research coming out in high profile mediums and those should be used to bridge that gaps that have hitherto prevented us from crossing over to where our cousins in the mobbing community are.

November 17, 2008 Posted by | Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, mobbing, society | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment