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Interacting with Spiritual Based Products

Interacting with spiritual based products

Interacting with Spiritual Based Products. They are there and they work, most times they just have to work for us on a personal level, and our spiritual based products never have to interact with anyone else, but the odd time they do, and I was surprised to come across one 911, operator who was not as familiar with the products, or at least she mentioned that she was not. No not to sound paranoid, but I did do a check afterwards, via the spiritual reporting form, and she is a little bit more familiar with spiritual based products than I thought.

There is or literally was a subplot in the background, where she was clear someone would be calling, and it was just one of those creepy situations, where ‘they’ had knowledge in advance. But on the other hand, she understands spiritual based items, fairly well in advance.

This had more to do with the fact that these items will be playing a role in future. If you can believe people sometimes have information in advance. Now let’s pretend this was a normal call, with a none knowledgeable operator, how would the call have been handled.

Reporting an incident

I need to report a crime or an incident that was reported with a Spiritual Based Product. The crime, or the incident was recorded via a spiritual based product. That’s why I have the details. Or I received an alert, and I need to report an incident. Most times it’s very rare that you will have to, but it might be nice to be clear in advance.

Spiritual Based, similar to virtual Based, but it’s something that you, call, dial into. You remotely and spiritually check your information. How do you do so? ‘What by just thinking about it?’
No it’s a real world product, similar to a firewall. Firewalls are invisible, for the most part but they work. Some may also have a spiritual based component.

These have spiritual based components, you simply request to check the records, or incidents, for the specific product. The products have a verbal component, that you can listen to remotely, and virtually, or spiritually.

You request to access the records, confirm your unique identifier information, and peruse the incidents. If there are any incidents, you can take note of the date and time, and some incidents might have to be recorded, or reported.

The more education about spiritual based products the better. They are increasingly a part of our lives, and they make sense. Subplots aside, conveying what we need to those around us, at times is important and essential. Having a 911 operator who is well educated, and semi familiar with how the products work, priceless.

Thus why I literally requested that they receive free samples in advance, or some of these products, at least for a month or two, if they work with them in their own lives, they can figure out how that works,. I requested it for the emergency workers that make sense. 911, 999, social workers and so forth. So for future when you call in, if you ever have to, cause I don’t expect them to be inundated with calls, about this, but the very rare, odd, occasion, it would be good for them to be clear in advance.

I will follow up in a month or two and see how this is going. Saying take care, take care in advance.

January 13, 2014 Posted by | activism, Awareness, Gang Stalking, Spiritual Based Products | , , , | Leave a comment

Girl gets gang raped. Hypocrites cry

Girl gets gang raped. Hypocrites cry.

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Link 2

[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

Crime, Cover Up, Conspiracy, Collusion.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/21/world/europe/21ireland.html?_r=1&hp=&pagewanted=print

I hate talking about these types of stories but they have to be discussed, the report says the sexual abuse of the boys was ““endemic.”

[quote]Prevalent in or peculiar to a particular locality, region, or people:[/quote]

It was happening all throughout the system.
[quote]1930s to the 1990s, when the last of the institutions closed.[/quote]

This happened for over 60 years. For 60 long years thousands of abuses and it was again kept quite, by a community, a church, a society.

 

[quote]It exposes for the first time the scope of the problem in Ireland, as well as how the government and the church colluded in perpetuating an abusive system. The revelations have also had the effect of stripping the Catholic Church, which once set the agenda in Ireland, of much of its moral authority and political power.
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See it was not just the church that covered this up but the government, the government that is suppose to protect it’s citizens help in colluding the investigation and in covering this atrocity up. You see these scenarios time and time again. This was a society that kept this secret, and for those who did try to get it exposed, it was kept quite, time and time again, by those who were in a position of trust and authority.
[quote]Some 30,000 children were sent to such places over six decades, the report says, often against their families’ wishes and because of pressure from powerful local priests. They were sent because their families could not afford to care for them, because their mothers had committed adultery or given birth out of wedlock, or because one or both of their parents was ill, drunken or abusive. They were also sent because of petty crime, like stealing food, or because they had missed school.
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Again we see a target population of the poor and the powerless, who could ill afford to go up against the church.

[quote]“Punching, flogging, assault and bodily attacks, hitting with the hand, kicking, ear pulling, hair pulling, head shaving, beating on the soles of the feet, burning, scalding, stabbing, severe beatings with or without clothes, being made to kneel and stand in fixed positions for lengthy periods, made to sleep outside overnight, being forced into cold or excessively hot baths and showers, hosed down with cold water before being beaten, beaten while hanging from hooks on the wall, being set upon by dogs, being restrained in order to be beaten, physical assaults by more than one person, and having objects thrown at them.”

Some of the schools operated essentially as workhouses. In one school, Goldenbridge, girls as young as 7 spent hours a day making rosaries by stringing beads onto lengths of wire. They were given quotas: 600 beads on weekdays and 900 on Sundays.

Girls were routinely sexually abused, often by more than one person at a time, the report said, in “dormitories, schools, motor vehicles, bathrooms, staff bedrooms, churches, sacristies, fields, parlors, the residences of clergy, holiday locations and while with godparents and employers.”
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Thousands of innocent children at the hands of these animals, these abusers. The worst part is you see these patterns repeating themselves, not just in Ireland, or even just the Catholic Church.

[quote]“While horrific, widespread reports of abuse and cover-up are sadly quite common, the significance here is that a government panel is conclusively saying that the finger-pointing and blame-shifting and excuse-making of the church hierarchy is bogus,” he said in an interview.

The commission was formed in 2000, after an explosive series of radio programs and documentaries in the 1990s began exposing a terrible secret that had been kept by an entire society: the details of what went on in the children’s homes. In 1999, Bertie Ahern, then the prime minister, issued a blanket apology to the victims of the abuse. [/quote]

Exposing the terrible secret that had been kept by an entire society. See societies can keep secrets, and in this case the secret affected it’s most pure, it’s most vulnerable, but they still kept the secret and protected the system.

The creepy part as usual is you have the public outrage, you have the investigation into this, which I don’t think had any choice but to find the church guilty, but you also have what I see consistently, the church and the perpetrators getting off scott free. Their names were protected because the church, which is just oh so sorry for what happened to the children, sued the state to protect the names and identities of the abusers. Many of them will never pay for what they did to these children.

[quote]“The report is significant in that it provides a detailed anatomy of how the abuse occurred and the institutions in which it occurred,” he said in an interview. “The problem is that you spend almost 10 years and who knows how much money, and you never get to the point of saying who was responsible.”
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If the other pattern that I am use to seeing is consistent, it will also mean that over the 60 year time period, many of these men will have moved into top positions of power, because this is also a constant pattern with abusers, they don’t pay for their crimes, they move into increasingly greater positions of power, and thus they can cover up the crimes and protect themselves and their fellow abusers. It’s a consistent pattern.

This is why many things that we might call conspiracy do not come out, it is often not just the people doing the abuses that are keeping quite, but it is those around them who are aware of the abuses but who do nothing and continue to protect the system. If these people will keep this type of secret, which violated the innocent, and protected a system that was instrumental in their degradations and violations, then can we expect anymore from society when it comes to being targets of Gang Stalking or other forms of government torture and harassment?

May 23, 2009 Posted by | Abuse, Children, conspiracies, Conspiracy, Controlled society, Corruption, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The reason I am not a snitch.

The reason that I am not a snitch. Someone recently reminded me of how important it was to start snitching. Yes in crack world maybe.

However in my world I am not a snitch and do not choose to be, because I am already too busy being a witness. I am too busy out testifying to the evils that are being committed. See I don’t need to be a snitch cause I am already a witness, but what’s the difference you ask?

http://www.sssw.ca

[quote]Witnessing teaches society to do what it has always been expected to do. Be a good neighbour, watch out for those around you. Protect them and care about them like you would for yourself. It’s all about freedom to stand up against the oppression of criminal elements in society. Being a witness does not bound and entrap, it’s about being free and helping out those around you. Witnessing shows that you care about your friends, family and the society at large. It’s noble because the goal is to protect, assist and keep our community safe.

Snitching advocates the fact that you do not have to respect the laws of society, you just have to be willing to snitch when the time comes. Snitching does not foster moral or social responsibility for criminal actions. It fosters a lack of community trust, and shows that law officials will willingly turn a blind eye to the crimes of snitches, and let them walk free in society, or have reduced jail sentences. It’s used to help criminals set up and inform on other criminals, and sometimes on the innocent.

Witnessing does not stop the police from doing their jobs, in fact it fosters community corporation because the community sees criminals being put away. There are no dirty under handed deals enslaving members of their communities to become informants and so it fosters a sense of trust with the very people who citizens are suppose to be able to trust.

Snitching destroys families and communities. It does this by making the young men and woman in those societies untrustworthy. It encourages backstabbing and betrayal of friends, family, strangers. It’s puts societies that are already strained into even more strained circumstances. Snitching creates mental slaves, who willingly or unwillingly sell their souls to the system for reduced sentences, or freedom from iron prisons.

Witnessing allows the police to do the work that they were hired to do. It puts the proper amount of power back in the hands our legal justice system.

Snitching allows police and prosecutors to get into a vicious and relentless cycle of dependency. It teaches police an addictive reliance on criminal informants for the conviction of other criminals. It teaches them to be lazy and to trust the untrustworthy. Most times to the detriment of the very societies they are sworn to serve and to protect.

Witnesses help and keep society safe and like wise they should be protected by the community they risk their lives to keep safe, and by the law enforcement persons assigned to those communities. These are the people that should be getting immunity and full protection from law enforcement. This form of community corporation is helpful and it fosters good will in society. We learn to trust that wrongs will be made right and those that commit crimes will pay for them. It’s a cohesive force that holds society together.

Snitching is being used to destroy the moral fibers of society. It’s being used to put criminals on the street with full immunity from crimes they might commit or have committed, because they are snitching on others. It’s a devious dragnet that is creating and endless army of slave informants for the law enforcement community. It’s causing devastation in some communities, and it’s doing more harm than good.

When a society sees that criminals can be put back on the street and protected for their past crimes and future crimes, it erodes the morals of that society. People learn to not trust or respect law enforcement and they also learn to not corporate with law enforcement, cause how can you trust someone who employs the services of paid criminals?

Witnessing is all about liberation and being free, snitching is mental slavery that leaves individuals owned and trapped in a perpetual cycle that hurts society at large. Cases are being solved, but at what cost to the society, morally and ethically?

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See people think that snitching is really doing society a lot of good, but as I have blogged about before it’s no such thing. Snitching is ruining society and many communities, but very few people have brought the issue into the forefront.

What has been said before is that people who get caught in criminal acts, murder, rape, pedophiles, drug dealers, etc are getting sweet deals and they are getting off, or getting out early, they go back out into these communities and commit high rates of crime, thus people get scared and they want the police to do something to help them. These criminals do not get arrested again, because they are police controlled informants, and so they often end up terrorising these communities, driving up the rates of crime in a society. It then creates a need for these Citizen Informant Programs and gives people the impression that snitching is a good thing. Being a good neighbour is the only thing that has ever been required.

I am doing that, I am being a good neighbour, when I see something that I don’t think it right, I write about it, blog about it, talk to people about it.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2007/08/05/meet-your-meat/

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/09/15/9-year-old-in-american-prison-camps/

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/09/11/conspiracy-of-two/

If I saw someone hurt in my community I would look out for them, and my community. That is what I do, that is my responsibility. I however do not need to be part of a snitching system to do this, and if society has brain washed some members into thinking that is what is necessary to feel safe, then I feel truly sorry for them.

“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
Benjamin Franklin,

And they shall have neither. In the end you will be the vehicles of your own enslavement and you will have no one to blame but yourselves. Be good citizens, look out for each other, respect and care for one another, if you see something that is not right do your duty as a citizen, speak out, testify, but you never have to be in a controlled program to do you essential human duty.

I am too busy being a witness, whistle-blower, light, town crier, etc. I am doing what I am meant to be doing, and I never have to be a snitch to do what is required of me. These lessons use to be taught in the schools, when we use to let God into the schools, they were the most basic lessons, do unto others as you would have done unto you. Basic morality use to be taught, and I think it use to make us more free, more human, more decent to one another, but I have not see that for a long time.

Therefore snitch if you want to snitch, but as for me, I will serve God.

Joshua 24:14-24

September 19, 2008 Posted by | Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, community policing, Controlled society, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, judas, Laws, Neighbours, slavery, slaves, Snitches, Stop snitching, Surveillence | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

To snitch or not to snitch?

For some people this really is a question. The next two posts will look at some of the issues related to snitching. The first is a repost of a forum post I did back in 08/08. I had not idea at the time that the snitching issues was related to the Gang Stalking issue. I really thought that they were two seperate entities. I was however alarmed by what I read about how snitching drove up crime in society and post about it on several forums. Here is a repost.  Several of the links no longer work because as you know, articles go missing, get deleted, moved etc.

 

08/06

The idea of a surveillance society or snitch culture.

Both ideas are very current and many people do not realize how much it affect society. I really did not until I started doing more research on the subject.

There has been a whole brouhaha about the stop snitching message over the last two years. Many people see it as just a way for thugs to try to intimidate witness into not talking, but that is covering the underlying reasons why some educators, prosecutors, and people in many communities feel that the stop snitching message is a good one.

The other side of this coin is the fact that some communities have almost an estimated 50% of their young men and woman caught up in the informant programs. They are being asked to snitch on friends, family and people in their neghboruhoods. This in itself might not seem so bad on the surface, but it’s destroying community trust in the police and it’s causing snitches to be the deciding factor in weather a case get’s prosecuted or not. In other words, the power is in the wrong place, and snitches have more power and play a greater role in justice than they should.

Also while on the informant programs, many snitches are allowed to continue their lives of crime without any penalties whatsoever. This means that they can sell drugs, do illegal activities and they have a get our of jail free card. Well in some communities this now means that snitching or informant criminals are running the show, with the awareness of the police who will not do anything cause the snitches are helping them out.

It’s really devastating to some communities. Two of the communities hardest hit so far have been the Hispanic communities and the black communities in the states, however it’s not limited to these communities, that was just the start.

So as the debate about stop snitching rages, many young men are getting the message that snitching is bad, but they are getting the message that all snitching is bad, meaning even helping out when they see a crime. That should not be the case either.

The other side feels that if you believe the stop snitching message you are into something illegal or against working with the police, the problem however is again the missed message about what snitching is doing to society.

There are some great articles on this if anyone wants to have a read. The articles show both sides, the state and state their views about the message, and have a quick glance at how widespread the informant snitch culture has become across America.

People would be really surprised I think.

The first is by Alexandra Natapoff. She talks about both sides of the message and why the informant culture is ruining society.

http://www.slate.com/id/2132092/

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Mav9tOvmWcQ

The next article is by Rheal Seguin.
Get out of jail free. Lawyers challenge Informant deals
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/

servlet/ArticleNews/freeheadlines/LAC/20060808/INFORMANTS08/national/National

The article is by Peter Waldman.
The next is about an American who was asked to become a snitch or loose his green card.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article13970.htm

This article is by Christopher Heredia. T-shirts illustrate divide
‘Stop snitchin’ stymies police trying to cut crime.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/01/28/BAGHUGV3AE1.DTL

Written by Beryl Wajsman. Of snithches spies and cowardly courts.
http://www.canadafreepress.com/2006/wajsman052006.htm

This article is by Patricia Williams. Patricia J. Williams. Truth or Consequences
http://www.thenation.com/doc/20060403/william

Witten by Jim Kouri. Snitches Rats and Sqeelers. Why they do it.
http://www.oscweb.com/writing/crime10.htm
A really neat article that I just read about this says that Informants in former Eastern block countries might have played a role with driving up mental illness in those societies because no one ever know who they could trust.

http://www.november.org/razorwire/2005-02/Snitch.html

In East Germany the secret police or Stasi were able to use a super snitch or informant force of 1 in 50 of the population to spy on most of the country.

The American T.I.P.S. program that was officially cancelled, but according to other sources resurrected and privately funded was to have recruited 1 in 25 people for spying. 1 million spy’s.

To communicate in public when you know what to look for is very easy and can be done quite stealthily.

Eg. Tapping the side of the nose, brushing back the hair three times, taping the corner of the eyes to say watch target.
Here are the signals the East Germans use to use. Stasi secret police.
http://www.nthposition.com/stasiland.php

SIGNALS FOR OBSERVATION
1. Watch out! Subject is coming – touch nose with hand or handkerchief
2. Subject is moving on, going further, or overtaking – stroke hair with hand, or raise hat briefly
3. Subject standing still – lay one hand against back, or on stomach
4. Observing Agent wishes to terminate observation because cover threatened – bend and retie shoelaces
5. Subject returning – both hands against back, or on stomach
6. Observing Agent wishes to speak with Team Leader or other Observing Agents – take out briefcase or equivalent and examine contents.
To have an effective surveillance society it would seem that the informant force would have to be widely used, the only problem is that could have a large effect on society, and the morals of society.

Eg. How does a young person cope when they have been asked to become informant, they have a life time sentence of watching friends, family and turning in people, sometimes innocent people to keep themselves free of jail.

There is probably enough material for a few discussions,
and many people in society are affected by this growing
wave of surveillance snitch society, many that might not
even be aware.
If these issues are not brought to the American public via television it could well turn up on their door steps when they least expect it

September 19, 2008 Posted by | Gang Stalking, Laws, NWO, Snitches, society | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment