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Girl gets gang raped. Hypocrites cry

Girl gets gang raped. Hypocrites cry.

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[quote]Investigators say as many as 20 people were involved in or stood and watched the gang rape of a 15-year-old girl outside a California high school homecoming dance Saturday night.[/quote]

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WALNUT CREEK – Onlookers laughed, took pictures and even joined in Saturday night during the two-hour gang rape of a semi-conscious 15-year-old outside her high school homecoming dance, police said Monday.
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http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/10/28/BA621ABOF6.DTL

[quote]The boys, ages 15, 16 and 17, were among five suspects that had been arrested in connection with the crime as of Wednesday. Police were continuing their investigation and expect to make more arrests.

Police said they now believe that as many as 10 young men may have assaulted the girl Saturday after she left her school’s homecoming dance. They initially said that about six young men attacked the girl.[/quote]

It really takes a group effort to make sure something like this get’s done right doesn’t it? A society that teaches group participation in the targeting and victimization of some if it’s citizens could only produce results such as this.

I am sure many read the story this week of the 15 year old who got gang raped, by about 6-10 guys while about another 15 looked on or did nothing. It’s like the movie the accused with Jody Foster, but for this time period, hopefully the guys managed not to chant while raping her, but who knows.

Now I am watching this story as the world get outraged and calls these boys sick and depraved and are disgusted by the ones who raped and equally disgusted by the ones who watched and did nothing.

Society are going on about what good people they are, how they would never sit back and watch while this happened, how the boys and young men deserve to be “hung, raped, and beaten, killed,” whatever. I am quoting some of the comments that I have read. The thing that first struck me about this story and the hypocrisy that was sure to follow is that society watch and are aware of victimization’s like this daily, and many themselves do nothing, but they don’t see it in the same light, but I do, and that’s what I have been reporting for the last few years.

Let me try to put this in context. Many when this story first came out blamed in on the youth of today, and the stop snitching culture of this time period, but I did not see it that way. See I can almost bet that many of these fine upstanding young men, were part of these citizen informant programs long before this even began, like so many teens are these days.

Also society seems to forget that they are currently taking part in one of the biggest stop snitching programs out there. The code of silence that prevents you from talking about your one handed sign language gang, is one of the biggest stop snitching programs out there. Seconded only to the police and their blue wall of silence and the Mafia’s omerta. It’s all the same code of silence, and people see wrongs happening under this all the time but are afraid to snitch and do anything about it, so if you want to condemn stop snitching, look no further than yourself.

The behavior that these boys and young men displayed, watching people get victimized, calling friends to come take part, taking pictures so that they can put in on the internet, and not saying anything to protect the group and cause they don’t want to get their asses kicked. Where have I seen this before? Oh wait I know, this is what I see consistently with the victimization’s that Targeted Individuals face.

You have members of society who come together to systemically destroy, victimize, and psychologically rape, and in some cases like Ramona Lopez physically rape targets. You destroy their lives, you rob them of their dignity, you dehumanize them, you rob them of what is sacred, and you like these animals show no remorse in many cases. (Not all cases because there are some who are not like this, not everyone is like this.) However too many are like this. They call their friends and other snitches to come watch the target break down, they wait till they are at the breaking point, then try to break them down that much more so they can push them over the end to suicide, and institutionalization. They take pictures of targets at their worst moments and post it, like sick trophies.

The ones who don’t get blood directly on their hands, watch, and often cheer on what is happening, just like these males did. It’s how society is. So when you act all outraged at these boys, men, males, and call them animals, and wish bad things on them, and want revenge for this girl, and call yourselves good people who would have acted differently, take a good look at yourselves, because everyday that you let Targeted Individuals be victimized and are aware of it and do nothing, you are the same as the bystanders in this case who did nothing.

Also many are blaming the girl, oh she got drunk with them and walked off into a dark alley with them, that does not justify what these creatures did to her. All it does is try to paint their actions as justified when they are not, just like many try to paint their actions against targets as ok.

Remember targets are psychologically raped and physically tortured in their homes, burnt, they are harassed daily, driven to suicide, some of our women are raped, some have electronic devices aimed at their reproductive organs (eugenics), some targets have their kids victimized, some have pets killed, some get into accidents where they die, or other accidents where they die, and this system this code of silence is protected. Many blast these boys for doing nothing, for keeping silence out of fear or retribution, but then do the exact same thing. They keep silence, watching our misery, they take part, and get their friends to join in, they see it as good sport, the same way the guys raping and watching this young girl must have seen it.

See people are quick to cast the first stone and condemn what these guys did, but where they are hypocrites is that they turn around and claim that they would not do the same thing, but they do the same things and worst to targets everyday. So here it is, here is your chance to prove that you are different, to prove that you are not hypocrites, to prove that you would not sit back and watch someone be raped physically or psychologically, that you would not watch someone be tortured and do nothing, or ignore it, or take pictures it on your cellphones the way so many informants do.

Here is your chance to prove that you are not hypocrites? Any takes? They kept silent the same as many of you will keep silent and protect the codes and systems that you have come to know. They watched this girl be victimized and violated, and some enjoyed it, because this is what the society is teaching them to do, so how can you expect any better when you get these results?

You have a generation upcoming, taking part in this sickness and learning that victimizing people, targeted people is ok, under specific circumstances, and then when that extends into the animalistic actions that we see here, how can you be surprised by it? This is what this system teaches, this is what you protect, and these guys are a product of this system.

When I heard this story was I surprised by it? No. Because such or similar victimizations are a daily thing in the Targeted Individual world, the only difference is that many of us, see the participants and this system for the violators that they are. After spending three years trying to get people to care, to speak out, I still get people trying to deny that such victimization’s are happening, much less getting people to see their role in this and the true damage being done to the victims or the targets of this system.

It’s equally reprehensible what is being done to targets, it’s just our attackers are more numerous, our victimization is 24/7, and they don’t drag us into dark allies to violate us, most of our violations are done in our very homes, the places we should be able to call sanctuaries.

Was I surprised by this story no, because I see the same or similar everyday, as people take part, or stand by and do nothing. Did I expect the hypocrisy, as society taps it’s self on the shoulder reminding itself of what a good society it is, shouting we would never do that, if in the same situation we would report it, well here is your change to show what good citizens you all are.

http://www.indigoribbon.com/Quilt/

http://gangstalkingworld.com/Media/2007/11/ramona-lopez/
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b59_1194549634

http://gangstalkingworld.com/Media/2008/01/ruth-goodman/

Just a couple of the stories and the every victimization’s some targets face.

October 31, 2009 Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , | 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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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R.L., New York, 9/9/96

The DOC covers their actions under the guise of secrity
and the state court wears blinders.
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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.
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R.H., Utah, 9/10/96

It’s either rape or be raped and the racial tension doesn’t help any.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

http://www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/2001/prison/case_histories2.html#pe
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MOtz-eJlPE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4_uvvcaDqw

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 2

I don’t know what I thought of the issue before I started to research it. I knew it happened in society and in jails. I did to an extent realise that guys were somehow expected to manage it, like it did not happen and why was this expected? Why was there almost a code of silence about this?

What I found is that not only is there a code of silence about this, but the victimized are being ignored, rebuffed, blamed, and much like female rape victims of yesteryear, they are being told in many cases it was their fault. They asked for it, they were secretly gay, real men fight back, their complaints are being covered up by officials. The officials went to make the problems seem like they are not that bad, or that the problem does not really exist the way we think, but my initial research tells me the problem is systemic, and far worst than we realise. Much more vast, and it has far reaching consequences that some are just starting to wake up to.

There are a lot of problems that are happening in the prison system, the rapes were just one aspect with many other branches.

History.

War On Drugs
The story probably began with the war on drugs, mandatory minimum sentences, and people being put away for minor offences, topped with the three strike rule in some states.

This has lead to over crowding of American Prisons. Horrific conditions which are hard to imagine, the country now has 1 in 31 of it’s citizens in jail, probation or parole. 2.1 million Americans are behind bars. America has the reputation for being the country with more citizens behind bars than any other nation. Of those behind bars, the Black or African/American population makes up over 40% or more of that number, even though this group only comprises 14% of the population.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2003/aug/19/usa.garyyounge

I read an article that said black men stand a 1 in 3 chance of going to jail in their life times if this trend continues.
[quote]Black men born in the United States in 2001 will have a one in three chance of going to prison during their lifetime if current trends continue, according to a report by the US justice department.

More than 5.6 million Americans are either in prison or have served time there – and that number will continue to rise, the report shows. [/quote]
Statistics
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incarceration_in_the_United_States
[quote]American prisons and jails held 2,299,116 inmates as of June 30, 2007.[12] One in every 31 American adults, or 7.3 million Americans, are in prison, on parole or probation. Approximately one in every 18 men in the United States is behind bars or being monitored. A significantly greater percentage of the American population is in some form of correctional control even though crime rates have declined by about 25 percent from 1988-2008.[13] 70% of prisoners in the United States are non-whites.[14] In recent decades the U.S. has experienced a surge in its prison population, quadrupling since 1980, partially as a result of mandated sentences that came about during the “war on drugs.” Violent crime and property crime have declined since the early 1990s.[15][/quote]

 
http://lushenabks.com/9780979295300.html

Why are so many black men in Prison?

This book details the author’s personal story of a negligent upbringing in an impoverished community, his subsequent engagement in criminal activity (drug dealing), his incarceration, and his release from prison and experiencing of the crippling social disenfranchisement that comes with being an ex-felon. The author then relates his personal experiences and realizations to the seminal problems within the African-American community, federal government, and criminal justice system that cause his own experiences to be the same experiences of millions of other young Black men.

 
The WALL
Prisoners of the War on Drugs

http://www.november.org/thewall/wall/wall.html

Before I continue I just want to point out that there is ample evidence that much of the drug problem that affected some minority communities were deliberate in nature and scope and were orchestrated by government authorities. Eg. The CIA bringing drugs into these communities, getting people hooked, selling etc. Then get the men and women to become indentured slaves, (snitches for the state) to avoid going to jail. For the ones who chose jail they were given outrageous prison sentences for drug possession or sales.
Gary Webb
 

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

http://www.amazon.ca/gp/search?index=books&linkCode=qs&keywords=1888363932

Gary Webb who later died and had his career destroyed documented and who the dark alliance series about the CIA bring drugs into these communities.

Anita Bell a lawyer who tried to prosecute for this was disbarred, fled to Canada, then Israel. She also had her life destroyed for trying to take on the state and expose what was happening.

August 24, 2009 Posted by | Conformity, conspiracies, control, Controlled society, Corruption | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment