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Gangs and their secrets

The informants can also be compared to a gang and how a gang functions. I have compared them to cults, gangs, secret societies, etc. It’s all the same. Members who keep a code of silence.

There are many gangs in society but this is the main one, and it comprises all of the smaller gangs or minor ones. So it incorporates, government branches, the cops, the Mafia, street gangs, masons, Scientologist, black activists, kkk, store owners, company workers, almost every religious sect you can think of. Every sector of society takes part. I don’t think I can make this any clearer. As much as they might all pretend not to get along, when the state comes calling, they will communicate together in public, and they are unified when it comes to their informant system.

Gangs rely on silence, so ofcourse this relies on silence. The snitches don’t want their I feel special club exposed.

Scientologist have Scientology, Masons have Masonry, and the snitches have this. This is their gang, their cult, their secret club. They feel special being a part of this. So yes the secrecy is a big part. They get so upset realising that outsiders know. They like this cause it makes them feel connected, belonging, like any gang or cult would. The mafia is one type of gang, so are the cops, so are street gangs, and the members join for different reasons. Many clubs have secrets, that the members are expected to uphold.

The cops, informants, and gangs use one handed sign languages. http://gangstalkingworld.com/Media/category/one-handed-sign-language/

Where the cops and street gangs wear uniforms or matching colors, the informants often look like average people for the most part.

Some Gangs, some cults, some cops, some informants do underhanded things. There have been many cases where members of these groups have been caught doing illegal, immoral things.

Some Gangs, some cults, some cops, some informants  are corrupt. There have been cops caught dealing drugs, informants caught in huge lies that destroy lives, cults have been known to do corrupt things as well. I think most targets are familiar with the corrupt actions of some of the informants.

Some Gangs, Some cults, some cops, some informants , use lies, bullying, intimidation, and  fear to control their members. There are informants that want to speak out, but they are controlled by fear in some cases. They are lied to in others, and in some cases feel that it’s their patriotic duty to keep the secret. We have seen via gang stalking all of the above methods used to try to control and destroy the lives of targets.

The only thing with gang stalking is that it takes all the cults, gangs, cops, informants, and they are all part of one big gang. One big conspiracy of silence, and because so many people take part, many who realise what is going on lie to themselves. They believe that they are part of something that is good, nobel, protecting the city. They take part following orders instead of thinking. They pretend that this is normal, some of them see it as a good thing. To wake up to the truth that this is not normal, would shatter their reality. Many see it as power, rather than the enslavement that it truly is. To realise they are slaves, might mean doing something about it.

Many like the sense of belonging, sense of community, many on the inside don’t see things the way we do. They like the power, the connectedness, that feeling of finally fitting in, having a purpose. That is what keeps this going, and they don’t want their little secret club to be exposed.

Many people complain about cops and their blue wall of silence, or that gang members won’t snitch, or about how Masons, and other cults keep secrets, but then they turn around and they do the same thing. They keep secrets. They tell lies to keep their secrets safe. Their are hundreads of targets online saying that they are being abused by this system, but the cult/gang members still keep the secret. Then get made at other clubs or cults who do the same. It’s no different. They have their secret handshakes, you have your sign language.

Lies, manipulation, bullying, murder are used to keep your little system going just like any other. People who like these smaller gangs, cults, clubs, for the most part like this bigger one, cause the same things that allowed them to keep the secrets, tell the lies, do the damage, or destruction for these smaller clubs is what will cause them to do the same for this bigger club.

Gangs like their secrets, and they are willing to lie, bully, harass, intimidate, or destroy the innocent to keep these secrets. The informants in many cases are no different.

January 20, 2010 Posted by | Awareness, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Community harassment, conspiracies, Conspiracy, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Informants, Intimidation, one handed signals, Scientologists, sign language, slavery, slaves, Snitches, Social Control, society, Spying, Stalking, State target, Surveillence, Targeted Individual | , , , , , | 9 Comments

Spying on innocent people

Quick update.

An article came out from the ACLU last month. They talk about investigations of innocent people. Here is a quote from the article.

   
http://blog.aclu.org/2009/04/30/mass-con-fusion/#more-5320
 
April 30th, 2009    
 
Posted by Samuel Milgrom, Washington Legislative Office at 5:01 pm   
 
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Mass Con-Fusion

You mean to tell me that it is legal for corporations from the private sector to team up with local law enforcement officials in efforts to spy on innocent members of our society? You also mean to tell me that the synthesis of law enforcement authority and the drive of for-profit companies operate under little to no guidelines or restrictions and it is unclear to whom they are responsible to?

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This is exactly what we have been saying. Also this was first reported over 12 years ago, even before fusion centers were in existence.
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“Ruling the community with an iron fist. “Savvy law enforcement types realized that under the community policing rubric, cops, community groups, local companies, private foundations, citizen informants and federal agencies could form alliances without causing public outcry.” Covert Action Quarterly, summer 1997.”

http://www.albionmonitor.com/9711b/policing.html [/quote]

See they listed the full spectrum of what was happening. Informant, cops, community groups, local companies, private foundations, federal agencies, and we have only seen this grow and get worst.

Also yes, there are little to no guidelines, and yes it’s not clear who they report to. This is because each little area does it’s own thing, just like terrorist cells.

So now that we are all on the same page, let’s start to find out what can be done, before they start making people wear arm bans ok.

The surveillance apparatus is working, but it’s working separate angles so you won’t see the full program till it’s all in place. Different areas are seeing different implementations and they just won’t get it.

Here are some articles of note.

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http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stories/98256/nypd-announces-new-stop-and-frisk-p ilot-program/Default.aspx
 
30/2009 08:15 PM
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NYPD Announces New Stop And Frisk Pilot Program

By: NY1 News

After accusations of racial profiling, the New York City Police Department told the City Council Thursday that it is trying out a new Stop and Frisk program in certain neighborhoods.

On the advice of the RAND Corporation, the department is now giving an explanation to pedestrians that officers stop in Harlem, the South Bronx, and East New York.

Anyone who is stopped by police in those neighborhoods will receive a palm card detailing the officers’ motives.
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After they get this normalised in these communities, they will spread this to other communities, till you all have to show your papers upon request. The best way to fight this, stop it before it happens. If it’s not acceptable for these communities, then it’s not acceptable for yours, by sitting back and giving your quite accent and saying that it is, you ensure your own fate.

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http://gothamist.com/2009/02/20/nypd_accused_of_racial_profiling_in.php
 
NYPD Accused of Racial Profiling in Subway Bag Searches
 
The NYCLU filed a lawsuit yesterday on behalf of a Brooklyn man who says the NYPD has stopped him in the subway and searched his bag an excessive number of times because he looks Middle Eastern. 32-year-old Jangir Sultan was born in Brooklyn, where he currently resides, but he accuses NYPD officers of racial profiling, stopping him 21 times over three years. Police began searching subway riders’ bags at checkpoints in 2005 in the wake of the London subway bombings, but the department insists the checks are race-neutral and conducted randomly. [/quote]

Once they take those rights they never give them back. Once they scare you, and you give up your rights, you never get them back.

The way this guy got the harassment to stop was by taking down the names of the officers and filing a complaint. Other wise they would have just continued. They are all the same, little bully attitudes. If you video tape them, document them, or report them, it’s the only time that they fall back into where they came from. We see the same thing with the Informant force that harass us. That or in some cases just ignore them, different situations call for different approaches.
There is lot’s more news, but this is the need to know stuff.

May 11, 2009 Posted by | Gang Stalking, Gangstalking | , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jiverly Wong. Two sides

I have got a theory so let’s put it to the test.

This should be obvious, but I am sure it will not be.
Part of what Jiverly Wong said is that people were spreading rumours about him, specifically the cops. After his death there were stories printed about him that he was crack/cocaine drug addicted loser, I have yet to find anything to say that this was true. There was also this story that said he was a failed loser who planned to rob a bank. Where did these rumour come from? From the general population? I don’t think so. The rumour about him wanting to rob a bank was given to the police by an informant. This rumour came from an informant, an informant who feed the rumour to the cops, so if the cops are not spreading rumours about him, how did this rumour find it’s way into the papers? Aren’t these informant tips suppose to be secret? Yet after his death, the man who says that the cops were spreading rumours about him, has a story printed saying he was addicted to cocaine, and had planned to rob a bank. Seems like even in death, he might be proving himself correct.

This was a tip from 1999, 10 years ago, so how did it have this long a shelf life if nothing ever came of it? How did it find it’s way into several articles?

Also the rumours about him having a girlfriend, and previously a wife, I have yet to have this stuff fully confirmed, the parents don’t know anything about either.

Based on the article below, I would say that there was rumour floating around about him, a rumour that came from an informant years ago, but would make it’s way into the papers after his death? Sounds to me like this rumour might have been floating around, and if so, this rumour could only have come from the cops, who the informant gave the tip to, and this would prove a part of what Jiverly Wong was saying.

Also he was laid off from his job, not fired, but any paper could make that mistake. Ofcourse if they were taking time to check the story, and not just print rumour and hearsay that would paint the guy as a nut job, they also might have noticed this little error.

I still want to know more about this wife, the parents are just finding out about it in the papers, and why has she not been contacted, were the records they found correct? Did they find records for someone else named Jiverly Wong, in their quick fact checking?

The article below really tried to portray him in the worst light possible, with a lot of misinformation, information which I have not in some ways been able to verify. What is more certain however is that the information about the drug addiction and bank heist rumour most likely came from the police, and if this was a 1999 rumour why was it still floating around, unless what he said in his letter had some validity?

Anyways here is the article.

 

[quote]http://www.nypost.com/seven/04052009/news/nationalnews/failed_life_for_killer_coward_162952.htm

FAILED LIFE FOR KILLER ‘COWARD’

* DIVORCED & LOST JOB BEFORE MASSACRE
* CO-WORKER WORRIED ‘HE’D SHOOT US ALL’
By LORENA MONGELLI in Binghamton and TODD VENEZIA and JAMES FANELLI in New York City

The lunatic behind the Binghamton massacre was a pathetic, gun-loving coward who got divorced, lost his job and was driven to depression because he could barely speak English after many years in the United States, officials and people who knew him said yesterday.
 

His life in the pits, Jiverly Wong, 41, became a regular at Gander Mountain, a sporting goods store, in the six months leading up to the rampage, buying and returning as many as six guns after firing each a few times.

Wong — who has a daughter in California, according to a coworker — would get agitated when staffers had trouble with his broken English.

“He would get frustrated,” Dave Henderson, who taught a class at the store, told the Press & Sun Bulletin of Binghamton. “There was times I wouldn’t even talk to him anymore.”

It was not clear if that was where he bought the two guns found on his body after Friday’s massacre: 9mm and .45-caliber pistols.

His former co-workers at the ShopVac vacuum-cleaner assembly facility were equally frustrated by his communication problems, and were worried about his gun-loving ways.

On Mondays, when asked about his weekends, Wong routinely replied, “I went to a shooting range,” said ex-colleague David Carrico, 18.

“He liked shooting guns. I was worried he would come into work one day, get angry and shoot us all.”

It wasn’t until five months after his November firing from ShopVac that he finally did snap — but he directed his rage elsewhere, at the language school from which he essentially flunked out.
Wong on Friday picked up a pair of guns, hoisted a bulging sack of ammunition and marched maniacally into the American Civic Association, killing 13 people before turning the gun on himself. Another four victims remain hospitalized, but are expected to survive.

A clearer picture emerged yesterday of Wong’s tale of woe before his grisly end.

The last 10 years of his sorry life included cocaine addiction, a bank-heist plan that never came to fruition, a divorce and lost jobs in New York and California.

Wong — who at one point changed his last name to Voong, and also sometimes went by the name Linh — was born in Vietnam to an ethnic Chinese family.

He came to the United States in the early 1990s with his family and became a naturalized citizen.

Wong quickly wound up in trouble, as court records in Los Angeles show that he was charged with forgery in 1992. It’s not clear what became of the case. His family finally settled in Binghamton.

He got a gun permit in the mid-1990s.

New York officials investigated him in 1999 after an informant said that he was planning to rob a bank and had a “crack or cocaine” habit, Binghamton Police Chief Joseph Zikuski said. Nothing came of the allegations.

A couple of years later, Wong left for California, where he got a job driving a delivery truck for Kikka Sushi and lived in a cheap Inglewood motel. At the fleabag pay-by-the-month joint — near the airport with bars on the windows — all he had in his room was a bed and a 52-inch TV, fellow tenant Eric Sherman told The Post.

“All he would do is sit inside his apartment and chain-smoke,” he said. “He didn’t talk much and I just thought he didn’t talk because he didn’t really speak English.”

Los Angeles court records also show that Wong was married. He was divorced in July 2005.

That was quickly followed by his abrupt departure from Kikka Sushi — and the West Coast altogether.

Wong complained he was disgruntled at the company, where he made $500 per week.

Back in Binghamton, Wong was able to hold down a steady job at ShopVac until he was laid off, but was again upset over his low pay.
“I work so hard, but they only pay me $8 an hour,” he complained to colleague Donald Ackley.

He was also tormented by some coworkers and sat alone in the lunchroom.

“Sometimes they picked on him a little bit,” he said. “They would say, ‘It’s wrong, it’s Wong, it’s wrong, it’s Wong.’ ”

Depressed and angry, he tried to better himself in the area where he was most vulnerable: his lack of English skills. He enrolled in an intermediate-level class at the association.

But once again he failed by hardly bothering to show up.

“His attendance was so erratic, he was dropped,” said Elisabeth Hayes, his English teacher, who was out on vacation on the day of the massacre. Her substitute, Roberta King, 72, wound up dead.

“This was a nasty act of irrationality. Why did he have to do that?” Hayes asked. “We could have been there for him if he needed support. The class was kind to him.

“It’s a true American nightmare.”

In his final months, Wong — who wore a hearing aid, according to driving records — was miserable, surviving on $200 in unemployment benefits and living in his parents’ gritty home.

By the time he was ready to commit his cold-blooded crime, the only place he found solace was at a gym, a pal said.

“He seemed a little depressed,” said Son Quach, a grocery-store owner who had worked out with him at the Court Jester gym in nearby Johnson City.

He also griped about a recent break-up with his girlfriend, but would not elaborate.

Wong was inconsolable and often whined about his “bad luck.”

“We picked up that apparently people were making fun of him and he felt that he was being degraded because of his inability to speak English and he was upset about that,” Zikuski said.

The police chief said Wong’s suicide was his final act of failure.

Police believe Wong planned to go out in a blaze of glory in a gunfight with cops, but got cold feet when he heard sirens and put a bullet between his eyes.

“He must have been a coward,” Zikuski said.

“We speculate that when he heard the sirens, he decided to end his own life. He was heavily armed, had a lot of ammunition on him and, thank God, before more lives were lost, that he decided to do that.”

Additional reporting by Tori Richards in Los Angeles, Josh Williams and Brad Hamilton in Binghamton and AP

lorena.mongelli@nypost.com
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If he survived 18 years of being Gang Stalked, and if he is telling the truth, then he was not a coward for those 18 years, it take a lot to survive being under investigation 24/7. Apparently the alligation of drug addition might be false and this might be the rumours that he spoke about, sounds like there was the typical workplace mobbing involved, and the community Gang Stalking, which might be part of the reason he dropped out of the language school. See if you take the time to listen to his side, you can either write him off as some paranoid whack job, or if you look deeper, he might have been burtally targeted and harassed for 18 years and if this is the case, more needs to be done to bring this to the light.

April 14, 2009 Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments