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The Amnesty

The Amnesty

The article that I wrote the other day, I mentioned that I wanted an Amnesty for those some of those on the informant system, cause some don’t want to be the incorrect sort of people, some don’t want to do the incorrect things. I wrote that there would be no Amnesty for child molesters, and rapists, but what should really be said is, if you have served your time, paid your debts to society, and truly do not wish to be ineligible to be in the incorrect situations, doing the incorrect things any longer, then maybe you could also contribute to the society. Integration (might not be the incorrect thing for some) isn’t the incorrect thing, but it has to be mitigated and managed, and done very carefully, If we want to avoid and
avert certain situations from happening. I am sorry I did not say it before, I am clear now that I made it seem like a blanket statement, some who have done the worst, may not be the worst people, in comparison to some, or others.

There are some real monsters in our society, each must be judged on an
individual basis. Comprehension of the crime, mental, emotional maturity,
capacity to reoffend, and is there the capacity to be reintegrated into society.

That’s why it’s interesting that people are not creating situations, where you are reviewed spiritually, evaluated on your ability to offend again, or be evaluate on your chances on fitting into the society again. Everyone should have a fair, or suitable shake, and have the chance. What I would look for however is consistent patterns, over an extended period of time, or over a period of time.

This girl didn’t have to die. She is brilliant, beautiful, and she was light.

Normally when I read a story like this, I would be in judgement of the mother
to the stage it would not make sense, for once, I am not. Something about this to the contrary, of what I might normally think, leads me to believe, maybe
she is not normally that sort of a mother, you know, the kind we hate, that
would normally enable her child to go off with a complete stranger, maybe
she is not that sort, and just this once did the incorrect thing, but this once has caused so much misery for everyone, that’s why it’s important to figure out what we are doing as a society, and take our cues from that.

In seeing this beautiful little girls image, I am convinced that she did not have
to die, it did not have to be that type of situation, she didn’t have to be that type of situation, she is so pretty and brilliant, it’s the saddest, I have ever been to see such a story in the paper. I am also clear, I have no such judgment for the mother at this moment in time, until I get the full details of her character, and the kind of conversation, she might have had with this stranger.

The guy in this story, why he ended up murdering her, was it deliberate, was it premeditated? The article says he served time, had seen the parole officer that morning, for his annual evaluation, was he the type to just re-offend again, or the type that needed to be clear that if you serve your time, you can have a chance to be the correct person, and do the correct thing.

This case haunts me in advance, as I try to look through the details, and
figure out what happened, where and when, and what the particulars of the
case where.

In doing the research, in trying to change the society for the better, situation
such as this need to be taken into consideration for a reason, if we are all
going to have the chance to survive. I would like to see, individuals spiritually or rather remotely evaluated in the back ground. Those who are eligible, ready, and wish to be evaluated, could ask for such. Kind of like saying they wish to pay an annual fee or entry fee, a way to be evaluated, to figure out what their crimes were in advance, how much time, community services, or social integration would be required if at all to be a part of the community, and society again, and if they would even wish to.

June 23, 2013 Posted by | Awareness, Background records checks | , , , , | 1 Comment

A Sickness that infects every sector of society

A sickness that infects every sector of society

The ones of these circles that do get caught, they don’t speak in most cases, or if they do speak, they are not likely to be believed. I mean would you believe this cute little boy grew up to be this sort of paedophile, or this regal family from top to bottom, are full and crawling with them, and everyone in their circles are likely the same thing? I didn’t, until I researched. It’s all true in most cases.

Sickness That Infects the Whole of Show Business

The entertainment industry can be a rough ride for a child, and an industry that seems to have little or no internal governance regarding the regulation of sexual predators within its borders. I’ve been attacked on a few occasions and saved by sheer luck, ended up at serious sex parties with male and female prostitutes, bucket loads of drugs, alcohol The question now is there a cure? Is there a way to ensure that hundreds if not thousands, upon thousands of individuals pay for their crimes towards children, rich and powerful prosecutors, judges, lawyers, doctors, people who covered up for these people. The joke is that there are so many of them sometimes, that if you are investigating them, you might have to arrest most of those assisting with the so called investigation.

In the 19th of January edition of The Sunday Herald, Neil Mackay sensationally reported that senior members of Tony Blair’s government were being investigated for pedophilia and the “enjoyment” of child-sex pornography:
“The Sunday Herald has also had confirmed by a very senior source in British intelligence that at least one high-profile former Labour Cabinet minister is among Operation Ore suspects. The Sunday Herald has been given the politician’s name but, for legal reasons, can not identify the person.

There are still unconfirmed rumours that another senior Labour politician is among the suspects. The intelligence officer said that a ‘rolling’ Cabinet committee had been set up to work out how to deal with the potentially ruinous fall-out for both Tony Blair and the government if arrests occur.”

That was back in 2003, what’s changed, not much, maybe the public’s awareness, but not much. The additional problem is that none of this changes, the children grow up to be the same thing, acting out, and worst, and then the next generation in that society, or I dare say the other societies, grow up to continue these disgusting practices they have learnt. They become the same thing.

While British Prime Minister Tony Blair is under criminal suspicion in the “honours-for-cash” scandal that has rocked his Labour government, we have been told that there is an even more explosive scandal that Blair, up to now, has managed to hide behind the draconian British policy of issuing “D-Notices,”

government orders that prohibit the British media from reporting on certain “national security” cases.
In 1999, an international investigation of child pornographers and paedophiles run by Britain’s National Criminal Intelligence Service, code named Operation Ore, resulted in 7,250 suspects being identified in the United Kingdom alone.

Some 1850 people were criminally charged in the case and there were 1451 convictions. Almost 500 people were interviewed “under caution” by police, meaning they were suspects. Some 900 individuals remain under investigation. In early 2003, British police began to close in on some top suspects in the Operation Ore investigation, including senior members of Blair’s government.

Those numbers are very interesting, but when those at the top can pull D notices, or have other notices on files, how does anything get done? There are so many that are guilty that need to be brought to justice. They just keep added little notices to files, this is there sort of person, please do not continue the investigation.

Also how many of these individuals are infecting other underage children with STD’s? After being victimized by these individuals, how many are left with lifetime infections, or infections that will not get fixed, that they will pass on to unsuspecting partners? These are adults in most cases that are feasting on children. They need to be stopped, but most of the public still seem to be unaware.

Icke says – Lord Louis Mountbatten introduced Savile to the Royal family.

Mountbatten was a paedophile.  Savile procured children for rich and powerful paedophiles, including the Royals, and made a fortune by doing so.  Paedophile rings watch each others backs – the judiciary, politicians, Royalty, police forces, the clergy and so on.  If a procurer blabs, they don’t live long.

Savile didn’t grass, as he boasted on video, and survived to the age of 84.

The Savile case is in the news, and when it rains in pours, but I am not sure how many have been following along with this case. There are too many times that someone sees an article like this, questions the validity of David Icke, I don’t fully trust him, they use too many of their sort at time to expose small things, that others were going to expose, not necessarily saying Mr Icke is there kind, but the research I was doing was interesting.

Savile worked with Prince Philip, and later Prince Charles.  Mrs Thatcher’s cabinet was awash with paedophiles. Savile was friends with Mrs Thatcher.

Icke explains how the Satanist and pedophile networks make politicians press for laws they otherwise wouldn’t be interested in, using blackmail.  They select paedophiles to become politicians for this reason, to get people who easy to blackmail and control.

Blackmail and contro, these people act like they want to be controlled, Royal person X threatened to expose this politicians dirty secret here, so politician a) decided to enable themselves to be blackmailed. Let’s say the secret was a affair. A simple thing, but they go along with the cover up. By the time politician a) is finished being black mailed, they have likely covered up something so horrific, they can no longer get out of it. Also once they get into this, they do additional crimes, such as agreeing to be child molester themselves, or worst. When in the incorrect situation, they continue in the same vain, they mentally do not function the same way the rest of us do. Also when in those situation, they see so many prominent paedophiles, people you would never suspect, many of them feel a little justified going along with it.

Icke also describes how the ‘entities’ he sometimes talks of, desire to tap into the energy of pre-puberty children.  Upper echelon pedophiles from the bloodline families, are more powerfully possessed by these entities beyond human sight.

The possessing ‘entity’ is using the pedophile to draw off the child’s life force.There is an insatiable demand for this energy, which creates an insatiable demand for children.  This is where the Saviles, the Hamiltons (Dunblane) come in.

They are like vampire, but energy or essence vampires. I can honestly say, this stuff is the actual stuff, I have no true way of how to stop this, because the structure is so corrupted, that if you go after a few it’s a waste, sorry, but it’s a waste, if you arrest them all at once, it could bring down the whole freaking structure, and what to do then? A new structure must then be created.

One that is cognizant of what is happening, and one that is willing to work diligently and honestly to reform these systems. Not every place is like this, but too many places are like this, not everyone thinks like this thank God, and
not everyone is like this.

You need a team of investigators committed, ones that are not easily framed, set up, terrified, harassed, killed off, financially wealthy, then you need the fortitude, and you have to keep the people they send to throw off the investigations away from what you are doing.

The investigations are there, they have been done, but then when they are getting close to making the arrests, they are thawed, by D notices in the U.K., and other situations like the Franklin Cover Up’s in the U.S.

November 6, 2012 Posted by | Awareness, Censorship, Conspiracy | , , , , , | 3 Comments


I was just thinking about how society adapts and gets comfortable with new principles. concepts and ideas. Throughout history there have been ideas, concepts that once seemed taboo, forbidden, and those same ideas, concepts, social norms are now common and everyday. From controversy in science, where you could not say that the earth was not the center of the universe, to Christianity being a banned religion, then being adapted and taken over by the church of Rome. We saw racial practices in America and other societies go from being the norm, to getting slowly overturned, in some cases.

Years ago interracial dating was much more difficult than it is today for many in today’s society. I am not trying to imply that it’s always easy for couples, but for many in today’s society it’s easier than it was just 30-50 years ago. Many would not even think twice about dating someone outside of their race, but there are still cultural taboos in some cultures.

In a not too far distant past, a royal marrying a commoner would have been unheard of or meant giving up the thrown. Classicism was very much in existence, and families at times did terrible things to ensure that those boundaries remained in tact. Today it’s not that uncommon to see those barriers broken down, and wealthy individuals dating and marrying outside of their wealth and class structure.

At one time it was the norm for women to work in the home. Having the wife work outside of the home, was not thought of, even if the family was in dire straights, the man made the money and that is all that there was to it. Today women regularly work outside of the home, and many are the bread winners for the family. Society hardly thinks or blinks twice about women in the workforce, but just 30-40 short years ago, that is not the way things were.

Discussing groups like the mafia, Illuminati, unheard of. In fact both groups were said not to exist at some point in the past. Even discussing some cults, and street gangs was not as openly done as it is now in today’s society.

Now talk of the Mafia is common, there have been movies, even a T.V. show about how this organization functions. Talk of groups such as the bilderbergs, Illuminati and so forth was a conspiracy theory. They did not exist, discussions were laughed at, but not this has changes and discussions about their membership, practices, etc, are becoming more common. It should also be noted that the reason such groups were not outed is in part because they asked for the assistance and discression of the mainstream media outlets, and as a reward heads of those media outlets were allowed to attend their meetings.

They are now mentioned on news shows such as CNN, on T.V. programs, their mention is now a part of common culture.

Discussions of childhood sex abuse though widespread at one point, was a forbidden topic, so were the abuses by the catholic church, now today discussions of both are very common. Again where talk of such was taboo, and might even have had the victim excommunicated from society today talk is all too common.  Did these changes come about overnight? Oh no, many of these changes took years, and cost many people their lives. At the time these events were happening they created mini frenzied attitudes in society. People died, were arrested, socially annexed, but those who stuck it out, and survived slowly brought about change in society.

Societies attitude changed, and in time, they looked poorly on mistreating women who wanted to work outside of the home, those who wanted to date outside of their race (in some cases.), those who wanted to date outside of their class system (in some cases).

Today’s society is not that dissimilar to the old Roman empire and occupied Jerusalem where Christianity was introduced. People have taboos that they do not wish to change. The system has always been one way and they don’t want to have it changed. Jesus in his time, went up against an established system. He taught the people that those in authority were corrupt. He showed the people a better way to live, how to truly follow the true essence of the law. For his effort at time he encountered rumours, slander, death threats, and attempts on his life, betrayal by some friends, false arrest, fake trial, and death on a cross.

The people wanted change, but when truth came they let it be nailed to a cross, while letting real criminal like Barabbus go free, cause he was one of theirs. They were not willing to fight for their freedom from the spiritually occupying forces at that time, and so their bonds remained. Things have not change that much. People think that they are better educated. Many think oh if I was in such and such a time period I would have acted differently. I would not have betrayed Jesus, or I would not have harassed those people, or been too blind to see that the earth is not the center of the universe. Many people seem to think that they would have acted differently, and maybe some would. From what I can see people bring the same attitudes and mentalities to each time period, then the struggle has to start all over again.

In this time period the struggle is to expose a system, which is allowing a lot of corruption. As per history, those in the time period are not likely to see the faults and if they do, they are likely to do little to bring about the change, if the system is working for them. It’s only if things get uncomfortable, or the corruption gets so bad, that social attitudes change, only then will things change.

May 22, 2010 Posted by | activism, Awareness, Community harassment, Conspiracy, control, Controlled society, Gang Stalking, Jesus, revolution, slavery, Social Control, Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment



Maybe people don’t have truth, because they are not willing to fight for the truth. I have spent the last several years researching Gang Stalking, and finally coming to what I think is close enough to the truth, to put a name on what is happening.

Usually in a society when a truth is revealed, and a wrong is uncovered such as what has been happening to targets, other elements would come forward to support this initiative, to further help support the truth that is uncovered, and to help right the wrongs that are being done. You see this with stories about executions that are happening in wars zones, or civilians that are being illegally killed or murdered. The little that society can do in these cases they do. They discuss it, they talk about it, the media prints articles, and though it does not fix what is wrong, it does not make it right, at least the injustice is exposed.

I have also been trying to expose an injustice for the last several years, with varying degrees of success. Eg. I find that some forums, some communities are more open and familiar with the idea and the concept. I find that on others forums, they are less familiar with the concept, and the more mainstream they are, they frantically rush to try to deny the truth, delete the truth, or close down the truth. I see a controlled society and controlled people everyday. I see the slaves of the system, tightening the chains that bind them everyday, making sure those chains are more secure, and with those chains any chances of their freedom.

Throughout time people have come along and presented truth, usually with varying degrees of success. Some are killed for telling the truth, others jailed, some socially annexed, only to have those same people be praised later on when society is ready for the truths that they were telling in their time period. When society is not ready for the truth, it can be a very slow process for changes, but change can happen.

At one point America thought that owning slaves was a natural thing to do, now in today’s society many people would think that human slavery is wrong. At one point in history many Germans thought they were doing the right thing for the fatherland by gathering up their neighbours, informing on them, and sending them out of the community, Germany in many ways has reflected on that time and decided it was wrong, but at the time, you would have been in the minority had you pointed out any differently, or been called a sympathizer. Germany would also again reflect on the Stasi era, and again many Germans would come to view that time period as a bad time in German history, although many others will never view their actions as wrong, and will never have any remorse for what happened during that time period. The same is true for the American McCarthyism, and Cointelpro periods, yet at the time while these events were happening, had you tried to speak out against them, you would again have been in the minority, or even been called a sympathizer.

What history has shown me is that during those time periods, people often collectively believe in the rightness of those actions. Those who disagree, or speakout due to conscience often share the same fate as those they try to help, but for some it’s the only choice. This was apparent during the internment of the Japanese, and recently with the deportation of thousands upon thousands of middle eastern Americans and their children, with 9/11 terrorism as the justification. It’s a continuous cycle that each generation goes through. Each must once again learn and reflect on the lessons from the past. Each must make the same mistakes, come to the same consensus, and then take corrective actions. This type of consensus usually takes years, and depending on how deep the scare on the human psyche was it can even take decades to heal, or for that truth to come to light. During those dark periods, unspeakable acts often occur, at the time the society often feel that these actions are justified, and are what they need to do to protect themselves. They gladly sacrifice freedom for a false sense of security and are willing to do the same or worst to others. From the inside this seems very sane very rational, when viewed from the outside this collective insanity is often viewed quite differently, but it is what it is.

Change is often a very slow and painful process, what has to happen when a society has been deeply conditioned is that the elements in that society that were conditioned have to  become irrelevant and a new generation with a different mentality has to take it’s place. Some societies can change in mid stream, this did happen to a degree in South Africa, with Apartheid and the attitudes that perpetuated it, but again change if often very slow, and can take years.

With Gang Stalking, I am trying to streamline the process as much as possible. Concepts such as mobbing and bullying, took a decade or more to finally become implanted in society. Where talking about mobbing was seen as a fringe subject, it’s now mainstream. Where targets of mobbing were thought to be mentally having a breakdown or ill, it’s now commonly recognized that this practice is wrong, and the targets are even winning lawsuits in courts of law. Exposure and awareness is happening for Gang Stalking as well, but it’s still remains a very slow process. Unlike the other forms of systemic harassment, this form of harassment has the seal of approval from the state, and thus getting this exposed within society is going to be a much more involved process. There are legal aspects to consider, some people may want to speak out, but might feel socially as well as legally pressured not to. This has to change. The same sorts of unacceptable outcomes are happening to targets of Gang Stalking that happen to targets of bullying, mobbing. The process is working much like the Stasi system did in Germany or the Cointelpro system did in America and that is unacceptable.

I believe that change happens when people are ready for that change to happen, when they have had enough and they say enough is enough. When they storm the Bastille in France, or the German Parliament and take down the wall. I know in Germany this process took 40 years or more for people to finally reclaim what was theirs and to this day, the scares of that time period remain.  Chance can be slow and painful, especially when it’s something that is systemic and something that is ingrained in each generation. Truth can come to light however, it did with the exposure of the abuses that were happening within the Catholic Church. After years of silence, truth finally came to light, but at the sacrifice of the victims and so many of their supporters. 20 years ago, suggesting a priest had committed such an offence, would likely have resulted in being annexed from society, now today it’s common knowledge that such does happen, and it’s openly discussed. Part of the conspiracy of silence has been exposed. The same can happen with Gang Stalking and this system, but people have to want it to.

The information is there, the truth is out there, you can point to it, discuss it, link to it, but what I can’t do for you is make you free to use it. You have to want that in your own time period. You have to want that freedom, and do something to earn it. People are just not as willing today as they were 40 to 50 years ago. We are as usual happy to have others go to war for freedoms. Most are willing to have others sacrifice, so that they can stay free. Many talk a good talk, but never follow it through with any actions. Many have tried to point the way to freedom, and fallen by the wayside for their efforts. As long as the slavery and the chains that bind are more comfortable, or seem more secure than the need to fight for freedom, and to expose the system that is binding, then this system will remain. As long as people are just comfortable enough, then all efforts will be in vain, and that is not fair, and that is not right. I think there is a point where you do what you can for others, but at some point those people that you are fighting for have to do something for themselves. Freedom is a choice, even if it’s just in your mind.

This is the way that it’s always been done, and thus it continues, but if for some reason, the way things have been done, no longer works, then I encourage you to think about making a change. Small changes here and there, but take some ownership, some responsibility, be an agent of the change that you want. Till then I grow tied of hearing about outside elements that are keeping others enslaved. Do I think other factors exist, yes, but I think one of the biggest factors are the people at ground level, and their willingness to go along with what is happening. Till it get’s uncomfortable enough, people will not change. I find that the groups most willing to accept these ideas and to discuss them, are the groups at the farthest fringes of society. Maybe it’s because these groups that are excluded from society, or not considered to be mainstream, have felt the chains of oppression a little more than others? Will change only then happen when others feel the same levels of oppression? Is this just a continuous cycle that human society goes through in every time period? Is this just something that each generation must continually relearn, or can they see the truth, before the final chain of oppression closes in? I don’t have the answer to these questions. History can teach a lot, but I have to believe that each time period has to answer for it’s own unique actions. Has to be accountable for it’s own choices and decisions. History can guide, and be a great teacher, but only if people are willing to learn those lessons, or appreciate what has gone before.

Till then there is hope. Hope that society will wake up, take a look at it’s actions, the system that it’s a part of and decide if it’s time for change, or decide that that system is really working, and that they want it to continue. In effect, change can happen, but only if you want it to happen, when the time is right for that change to happen. When the whisper of one, becomes the scream of many. Till then there will just be this void, this silence, knowing that something is terribly wrong with this system, but being willing to do little about it. Till then I remain prayerful and hopeful, but I am also a realist, and I do know what human history is like.

May 14, 2010 Posted by | activism, Awareness, Citizen Informants, Conspiracy, control, Controlled society, Gang Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Secret Society

Secret Society.

You hear a lot about this online, and people complain about secret societies, but I have been watching these citizens informants use their one handed sign language in a similar pattern and I am thinking, how can you complain about secret societies, when you are using this system the same way?

I have seen on several occasions the citizen informants use their secret signals to identify each other and do little favors or boons for each other that they would not do for others. On a more lethal level I have watched it be used to socially influence others from not doing business with a target, and I am thinking, how hypocritical. People complain about secret societies, secret codes, and how legal cases are won at the turn of special signals and so forth, but then they try to use this system in the same way. To control others, to destroy others, and I am amazed.

The other thing that I wanted to quickly address was the issue of bullying and mobbing. With the Phoebe Prince case, it just reminded me how cruel people can be at any age.

What I really wanted to address is the fact that I believe a large part of the mobbing in schools, work, community ect might also in part happen if people are not aware of, or are not using the informant signals. These informants in some cases, see this as a right to harass anyone who will not signal back at them. On a high school level all you need is a clique of kids in the know, vs those not in the know, and it’s easy to see how this might be applied. Is this being applied, and is this being used in that manner to harass from the schools, work, and community those not in the know, or those not a part of this system? At this stage it’s hard to know for sure, but based on past experience, I now believe that this could be a good possibility. If it is being used in this manner, then this is something that has to be looked into and sooner than later.

People talk about wanting change, but I think the only change they want is the freedom to control others even further, it’s being done to them, so they get a little power and in turn oppress others the same way. If you want others to change, look about you at how this system is working, and how you are being worked by it, and in turn destroying others.

April 20, 2010 Posted by | Citizen Informants, Community harassment, community mobbing, Conformity, control, Controlled society, Cults, harassment, Informants, mobbing, Social Control, society | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Male Rape. Part 5.

Some of their stories. To get a full understanding of what is happening, I suggest you check out these books.

No escape. Male Rape in US prisons.

Male on Male rape the hidden toll

Prison Sex

Most often the victim who reports a rape is again victomized by officials who write this inmate victom a disciplinary report of propaganda; officials do this in order to avoid law suits resulting from the rapes.

ER., Iowa, 9/9/96
I’ve seen inmates attacked by two or three men at a time and forced to the floor, while two or three hold him down, the fourth man slaps vaseline on his rectum and rapes him. I know two men who hung themselves after this.

R.L., New York, 9/9/96

Most often the victim who reports a rape is again victomized by officials who write this inmate victom a disciplinary report of propaganda; officials do this in order to avoid law suits resulting from the rapes.

ER., Iowa, 9/9/96
I’ve seen inmates attacked by two or three men at a time and forced to the floor, while two or three hold him down, the fourth man slaps vaseline on his rectum and rapes him. I know two men who hung themselves after this.

R.L., New York, 9/9/96

The DOC covers their actions under the guise of secrity
and the state court wears blinders.
J.G., Florida, 9/9/96
I didn’t want to tell on the inmates who raped me because I didn’t want to be killed. If I had told on the inmates, They would have gotton me in aother part of the Prison. Even Protective Custody Facility.
R.H., Utah, 9/10/96

It’s either rape or be raped and the racial tension doesn’t help any.
W.M., Texas, 9/13/96

It’s fixed where if you’re raped, the only way you [can escape being a puk is if] you rape someone else. Yes I know that’s fully screwed, but that’s how your head is twisted. After it’s over you may be disgusted with yourself, but you realize you’re not powerless and that you can deliver as well as you receive pain. Then it’s up to you to decide whether you enjoy it or not. Most do, I don’t. It’s sick and depraved. It’s also depressing when one of the boy’s (another name for turn out), come up to you for protection because they know you wo’t hurt them as much because you’ve been though it & they don’t have the nuts o break out themselves even when you tell them how.
W.M. Texas, 9/13/96

What is needed in prison is one man cells, one man showers and for the official to prosecute attackers instead of just locking htem up in the hole.
L.L., Ohio 9/14/96

Prison rapes occur for a number of reasons. One such reason is the insecure, weak inmate preying on another weaker inmate, to make an impression of toughness or ruthlessness that he hopes will discourage other inmates from doing the same thing to him….The main reason why sexual assults occur is because prison officials and staff promote them. It’s their method of sacrificig the weak inmates to achieve and maintain control of the stronger aggressive or violent inmates.
W.F., Missouri, 9/21/96
I was too embarrassed to tell the [corrections officers] what had happened [that I had been raped]…The government acts as if a “man” is supposed to come right out and bodly say “I’ve been raped.” You know that if it is degrading for a woman, how much more for a man.
R.B. Kansas, 9/28/96

Prison officials seem to prefer the “slap on the wrist” in-house disciplinary approach over referring criminal charges against the perpetrators [of rape]. When pressed, they generally claim that this practice is to “protect the victim” (from an ugly court scene), but I believe it’s to protect the prison from having to admit the problem exists.
M.S., Nevada, 9/28/96
I know you don’t want to hear this but it is the prison officials, jail officials that causes men to be fucked in prison….[P]rison officials approve of men getting fucked in prison and to attack it at the prisoners level, you are fighting a losing battle, start with the prison officials, people in authority, they are the one that causes people to get fucked against their will.
C.D., Indiana, 10/8/96

At least 90% of assaults are not even reported to staff. Occasionally the victim is a person who could fight off one inmate but there is a bet between groups or gangs to make him a “bitch,” and the bettor will get a few of his home boys and go assult him.
R.B., Texas, 10/13/96

Texas does not pay inmates. Some inmates sell there bodies just for basicss like toothpaste, soap, shampoo, tooth brush, deoderant, things other take for granted.
R.B., Texas, 10/13/96
On the younger units I would say you have a rape at least weekly. From the people I have known in y 10 year I would say about 50% have been forced to hook up with someone not necessarily for protection but due to survival having necessitiess or attention.
R.B., Texas, 10/13/96

Teh guards just turn their backs. Their mentality is the tougher, colder, and more cruel and inhuman a place is, the less chance a person will return. This is not true. The more negative experiences a person goes through, the more he turns into a violent, cruel, mean, heartless individual, I know this to be a fact.
R.L., New York, 10/21/96
When I came out of prison, I remember thinking that others knew I had been raped just by looking at me. My behavior changed to such a cold heartedness that I resented anyone who found reason to smile, to luagh, and to be happy.
B.E., Bermont, 10/26/96 (he later committed rape himself)
From my point of view, rape takes place every day. A prisoner that is engaging in sexual acts, not by force, is still a victim of rape because I know that deep inside this prisoner do not want to do the thigs that he is doing but he thinks that it is the only way that he can survive.
V.H., Arkansas, 11/17/96
It is my observation that the most likely to be raped is the young kid new to prison who is not hip to the components of this ugly machine. The kid who just comes to prison, who is not willing to fight back is the unfortunate victim of rape…A lot of times when a kid is raped he is told not to “snitch” or “else.” The young rape victim is brainwashed to believe that by telling he is breaking the “code of the convict”, and by doing so is doing something bad. Then he is brainwashed-exploited-turned out. He becomes a punk, a boy, someones property, and becomes just another silent victim. This cycle must be broken. Rather the kid tells, or arms himself with 10 inches of steel and thruts it into the eye of his attacker-something must be done because I don’t see it changing or getting any better.
J.O., Utah 2/18/97

[B]ased on my experience the most common kind of rape in prisons today is the confidence rape which involve the rapist getting the confidence of the victim and then at some point turning on him and raping him. In my opinion the next in frequency would be the date rape where one inmate convinces another to double cell with him and then t some point rapes him. The next would be extortion rape followed by drugging rape and finally strong arm rape. The reason strong arm rape is the least frequent is becasue it is so much easeier to rape an inmate using the other techniques. None of the types of prison rape described are rare. If anything they are rarely reported. Rape really is a big problem in prison today. To give you an idea of how frequent rape is in prison, if victims would report every time they were raped in prison I would say that in the prison that I am in (whihc is a medium security prison) there would be a reported incident every day.
V.H., Pennsylvania, 3/15/97
This was not an easy subject to cover or to understand. To learn more about what is happening to these men, I suggest you also watch the video and read the free report.

Change will only come when we break the silence.

August 24, 2009 Posted by | Black Male, control, Controlled society, harassment, society | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Male Rape. Part 3.

Over crowded Prisons.

American prisons went from semi reasonable numbers to being the overcrowded, violent, dangerous places they are today. This in large part due to the war on drugs.

The aspect of American jails that gets joked about, brushed aside, but not discussed in a serious enough manner is that of male rape.

Racism in Prison.
“Prison is the best recruiting ground the white power movement has!” pg. 58

This is from the book- No escape: male rape in US Prisons.
Apparently prisons are divided along gang line, racial lines, and so forth, so it turns out it’s a wonderful breeding ground for racism. Apparently many enter the prisons ignorant of racism or without any gang affiliations and in order to survive that is one of the things that happens you join a gang, crew or stick to your own kind along race and color lines. Thus why any attempts to desegregate prisons have to take this into consideration. They also have to take into consideration that this set up in some ways is ued for protection of some prisoners to stop other groups from brutally raping some group members.
The Rapes themselves happen in a variety of ways. Some of them are physically forced rapes, some are threats, some are extortion, many are psychological or praying on vulnerabilities. I was surprised that many of the same techniques that are used on women in society are also used in these jails. Meaning that rape is not always about force, it’s often about getting power over your target. Men in jail do use force, but they also use psychological techniques to break down their targets and to get them to submit, or become indebted to the aggressor.

Part of what happens with rapes along race lines is likely what is playing a part in changing attitutes and creating racism in these jails. Eg. White males, young males, gay males, and effiminate looking males are prime targets for sexual assults and rapes. However there are no hard and fast rules, in jail anyone can be a target.

Dividing along race lines can provide some protection, but only so much, because men are then often hit upon by members of their own groups for sex as a means of protection.

HIV is a very real concern for the US prison authorities. An estimated 2% of the US prison population is HIV-positive – a prevalence four times greater than that of the general American population. The exact prevalence of HIV in prisons varies from state to state: in New York 7% of inmates are infected with HIV, compared to less than 1% in California.
This is a real problem in prison, the prison population has a 4-7 times higher HIV rate than the general population.
HIV rise in the Black Community

I found what I thought might be a correlation between the higher rates of HIV in the black African/American population and the incarceration rates. I was happy to find a couple of articles on this and one study.

Study on AIDS and increase in the black community

It is one of the most puzzling mysteries of the AIDS epidemic: Why did blacks, in little more than a dozen years, become nine times as likely as whites to contract a disease once associated almost exclusively with gay white men?

Two researchers say they found the answer in an unlikely place: prison.

Rucker C. Johnson and Steven Raphael of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley analyzed census data and a federal database containing detailed information on about 850,000 men and women who contracted AIDS between 1982 and 1996.

They discovered that the surge in black AIDS patients — particularly women — since the early 1980s closely tracked the increase in the proportion of black men in America’s prisons, which by the 1990s had become vast reservoirs of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
What I also found surprising is the number of men estimated to be having male on male sex willingly or unwillingly behind bars. Some research has it at 50%
[quote]Whatever the cause, the AIDS gap is not going away. Other studies suggest that half of all prisoners engage in homosexual sex. But safe-sex programs, key to controlling AIDS in the gay community, are unwelcome inside prison walls.

Remember there are 2.1 million men behind bars. if the studies are correct that would be about 1.5 million at any given time engaging in male on male sex at some point, in many cases unwillingly and unprotected. When I say unwillingly, I mean that outside of forceful rapes, and psychological cohesion, some men do engage in male on male sex, but if they were not forced to for protection, many men would not choose to engage in male on male sex.

[quote]”Our women are sharing men who’ve gotten HIV. It’s swirling around us. We cannot pretend it’s not happening and can’t ignore a chance to try and fix it.” While 21% of the state’s population is black, black women represented more than 80% of new HIV cases among women in 2006, the News & Observer reports, adding that a recent study found that most HIV-positive women reported that their last three sexual partners had been in prison the previous year.[/quote]
The men are being released back into the communities and then they are infecting new partners. This most likely why there is a rise in HIV amongst the black population
According to prison estimates, screening and treating HIV-positive inmates would cost $21 million annually. However, according to the News & Observer, the estimate is based on a 10% infection rate, which is much higher than any state has reported. An estimated 1.8% of North Carolina’s prison population, about 700 inmates, has HIV or AIDS (Locke, Raleigh News & Observer, 4/13).

It’s interesting that they base it on 10% infection rate, are they just being over pessimistic or do they have figures that we do not?

I then went to have a quick look at the North Carolina infection rates.

[quote]HIV Transmission Among Black Women — North Carolina, 2004

In 2003, women constituted 28% of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) cases in the United States; approximately 69% of those cases were among non-Hispanic black women (1). Heterosexual transmission is now the most commonly reported mode of HIV transmission among women (1). In North Carolina, black women make up a growing proportion of newly reported HIV infections and, in 2003, the HIV-infection rate for black women in North Carolina was 14 times higher than that for white women (2). Despite this disparity, few epidemiological studies have examined HIV transmission among black women in the United States, particularly those residing in southern states.[/quote]
There has been at least a few studies done however and the findings were interesting.

HIV Positive Inmates

Prison Men, Women and AIDS
[quote]The magnitudes of the results
suggest that higher incarceration rates among black males explain the lion’s share of the black-white
disparity in AIDS infection rates.[/quote]

It seems along with create more racism for society, prisons are also likely the main reasons for higher HIV rates in the Black African American community based on reentry of the prison population, back into communities.

August 24, 2009 Posted by | Awareness, Black Females, Black Male, black women, CDC, Disease, gay, harassment, Intimidation, Isolation, Minorities, sexual harassment, Skin Heads, Social Control, White Male | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Free Free

Free Flow

I have not blogged for awhile, so that means that I have a lot to say.
The first thing that I was thinking about was the movie Marlena. I saw this movie years ago, I am not sure why, but at the time it reminded me of something similar that was ongoing.

The movie starts with this young very beautiful widow, who’s husband goes missing in the war. Because she is young and beautiful the cats in the community start in on her with rumours, and they basically try to destroy her life. What happens in the movie is malicious, but it’s done in such an everyday way that it was a good reflection of society.

Throughout the movie there is this young boy who witnesses it all, and he is almost the narrator of the movie if I remember correctly. What I remembered most about that movie, is that after destroying her life, when the vermin in the town finally succeeded, they were at the end trying to give her free food, I just could not understand why she didn’t throw it back in their face. I never understood why her and her husband even moved back amongst such people. People in society are so like that, and that is the one part of the movie that I really wish I could have changed.

I however think the movie is a good reflection of how this society works, and many others and it’s a well worth watch. What these vermin try to do to targets is very similar to what they do to the character in the movie, they damage her reputation, then make it almost impossible for her to support herself, they turn her father against her, and then destroy her life, till she becomes what they tried to make her into. It’s a great reflection of society, and how it functions.

The only time these vermin in many cases are truly sorry is when they have destroyed someones life. Most of them when they issue their fake I sorry, don’t mean it, because they simply do not understand the concept and do not have enough humanity to issue forth such. The end reminds me so much of these people who take part in Gang Stalking.

The next thing that came to my mind was a case I came across with a young boy that had been molested by a priest. It was a real life case and it just served to show the pathology of this society. See the priest had molested before, but the priest was moved by the church to a poor community in South America somewhere. He offered to give music lessons to the 5 year old boy. Anyways in time the young boy revealed to his grandmother that the priest had taught him how to “make love”. He felt safe enough to tell his grandmother, anyways she did the right thing and reported the priest. You would think that the community would do the right thing and protect the child right, remove the vermin from amongst them, and not side with him? Wrong, worms support worms, another reason that society does not change. No they picked on the family, called the 5 year old boy the priests little wife, make it seem like he asked for it, and tried to pick on the family until they would bend and drop the case. See this is a large part of why society does not change, you see this in all aspects of society, but this was one of the worst examples, because it was society failing to protect it most innocent members. I never forgot that case.

Now I also think about how many times did this happen before? How many times in our societies were priest caught harming children and society pressured, or tried to pressure those that wanted to do the right thing by stopping it or exposing it? I think this is what happens more often than we think. I also recall a case where an officer came across a community where sexual molestation of children was ongoing, and had been happening for years, in the end he tried to do the right thing, and they destroyed his life to protect the vermin amongst them. They are if nothing else consistant.
I have now seen this example with workplaces and sexual harassment suits, mobbing suits. The case study after case study of a community going after the target, and protecting the perpetrators. That is why society in many cases is the way it is.

I think we saw this in the movie North Country as well. When I was doing research into this, before my research started into Gang Stalking, what was most interesting about that movie was the fact that the women in the movie were just as bad as the men in some cases, not just the women, but some of those same women who were being harassed tried to work with the harassers to shut Lois Jensen up. It was that boys with be boys mentality, the she was a slut, she deserved what happened to her. See they refused to take any ownership for their actions, and the community protected them, and the workplace protected them, and that had been ongoing in that community for some time, till Lois took a stance. Ofcouse that case changed laws across the US. The first class action lawsuit of it’s kind.

What is amazing to me is that is society that prevents change from happening, it is society that protects the perpetrators, it is society that often refuses to allow positive changes to come about, even when it would be to their own benefit. Kind of like a group think, but you can not call it a group think, because they do not think.

It’s this dirty code of silence, where men, women, and children are used to try to silence targets, and make the actions of perpetrators seem acceptable. It’s this disgusting code that lacks honour that makes it ok for societies to keep silent about very detrimental things, that protect people that should not be protected and to lash out and to try to destroy the targets. Society has for the most part managed to continue to be this way, and it does not change. Many go along with it out of fear, they suppress what they know is right, be it defending children, women, or others, they do what they can to protect the perpetrators. It might even be out of a sense of misplaced loyalty, the individual does not have a reason to get involved, or they know that to side against the perpetrator will be detrimental towards them, either way the society continues down this path, and that is why society is the way that it is. That is why it does not change.
These cases all saw the targets being dehumanized, made to seem less than, the child was called the wife’s little priest, Lois Jensen was made to look like a slut, the officer of several years was harassed till his life was ruined, and in the movie though a fictional account, the character goes through a similar process of having herself broken down. Society is this way at every level and it is too often because people allow it to be that way.

Can society ever change? Not while the monkeys are happy to live in the cage. Silencing anyone and anything that exposes that their are some real problems in society. Rather than looking at it and examining what is ongoing, the worms side with the other worms and thus it continues.

Like attracts like, and worms attract worms, and thus the decent in society is often removed to make way for the indecent, and even when it is bad for the society and the community, it’s still continues.

August 21, 2009 Posted by | Citizen Informants, Community harassment, community mobbing, Conformity, Controlled society, Corruption, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, mobbing | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Become the hero

I read a post by a person today who is having trouble adjusting to change. I really felt for this person, they really felt that the world was changing and that there was nothing left, it was heartbreaking to read the post, because I believe the person genuinely felt this way.

Change can be hard, it can be life changing, but it can be what we make it. The person wanted to know where the hero was, who was coming to save the day. What I have learnt from my Gang Stalking experience is that when there is no hero, you become the hero, you can’t control everything, God I wish we could, but you take control of what you can, and you encourage others to do the same.

The first and normal reaction to change is to hate it with a passion, to want to fight against it, to rail against it, to cry out and to mourn for what was. That is a natural and very human reaction to have, but once we have that reaction we can and must start to make what we can of our new circumstances. I can be very hard, it can almost be heartbreaking.

My life was really good, I live a boring but on track life. I had played life carefully, I had kept good credit and had a great relationship with my cc company. Platinum card while still very young, good jobs, etc. All the stupid material things they teach you to work and strive for. Then this crazy Gang Stalking stuff happened and my life changed. My expectations have not changed, but I had to adapt, I am still adapting. The things that so easily should have been, currently are not. Life is not the way that I want it to be, but I can’t afford to give up. I can’t let it get me down and I can’t afford to grow hateful, resentful, or give up on the life that I still have. I can’t afford to let it make me stop living.

Change for many others can happen in other ways, the death of a loved one, divorce, moving, changes in society, change in what’s happening with the country, etc. Change can make you feel scared, depressed, and many don’t know what to do about it, and it can overcome you if you let it, but you can’t let it do that. You have to fight back. You first have to get a grip on yourself, the world is not ending just yet. It might feel like it, but it’s not.

Then come to terms, mourn, get angry, cry if you have to, take the time you need to deal, but you also still have to find a way to function. I went through a lot of this with the Gang Stalking stuff, and it was horrible, because while I see this as horrible, many are just going right along with it, many like this, but I don’t want the world to be like this, I don’t want to live in a society of informants, but I do. Most days I would love to be just off on an Island, just me, no crazy Informants burning, tracking me, no crazy society, but that is not happening right now, so I have to find ways to make of it what I can. I have to find ways to survive. It can be very heartbreaking, but it can also be very character building.

Change in part is what you make of it, and how you react to it. The other thing is if you are feeling this way change that is happening in your life, the changes are good others feel the same way, and it might be good even healthy to converse or socialize with others who feel the same way. It can be cathartic, and it can also help you find ways to cope together. Chance can be heartbreaking, but never lose site of your goals, and your dreams, never lose site of hope. It’s one of the most important things that I have learnt from my experience.

Kyle Reese might not show up to save you in your hour of need, but then you just become the hero in part two and save others. Once you get a hold of yourself, become the hero for others. By helping others and doing something for others, and taking an active stance, that is one good way to start to heal and make the best of what you can.

( user Offspring1014 Video Hero.)
When there is no hero, you become the hero. Sword in hand, you pick yourself right up off the ground, and you rise from the ashes of oppression, whatever that may be, and you become the hero.

May 29, 2009 Posted by | future, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Small ways to unplug.

So what can we really do to unplug from the system?

We can all start in small ways. Here are some suggestions that I have come across, or figured out on my own.

If you can cut down on how often you watch t.v. it really is programing for the masses. Try to slowly take yourself off the tube. Maybe a day here, a week there, some people have reported going a month cold turkey. The feedback is that they think more, and function better.

Try to get your news from additional sources. Try to avoid the usual doom and gloom of the nightly news and check out other news sources that might provide more balanced coverage of the news, but sites that might also give you additional news that you are not getting right now.

Cut back on radio as well, or switch channels to something that helps you tune in to what is really happening around you.

Change from the big telecommunications company to smaller ones. Use online services for some of your entertainment need. Try to unplug from the bigger giants over time.

Put your money in some of the smaller banks. Does not have to be all your money, but if people had their assets in various places, it could help prevent these monopolies, and the financial meltdowns of the future. Try to avoid putting the eggs into the same baskets.

Change your vibrational energy. What we think really does have a big impact on what we feel, see, experience. We do pull specific experiences into our realms, so change the frequency.

Take a moment to breath. Go outside of yourself, and tune into your higher self. Believe that you have a higher self to tune into.

You can do this by willing it, and by thinking it. It all begins in the mind. That is where we can start to affect change.

October 4, 2008 Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment