As victims of organized gang stalking began to organize, and alternative media outlets carried an increasing number of articles revealing organized gang stalking between 2008 and 2015, institutions and academics, as well as crisis PR agents and agencies, working with mainstream media, began a discrediting narrative about organized gang stalking. While the mainstream media had previously-though rarely- carried stories of actual victims, such as Garrick “Rick” Krlich, who has been stalked by the city fire department for ten years, the push was on to keep OGS under wraps, hidden from the public, and relegated to mental illness.
Seeking to mask the widespread illegality and harmful effects of government and law enforcement agencies that have attempted to link those who claim they are gang stalked to violence and mass shootings, programs of counter-terrorism which had very little actual success capturing any foreign terrorists, turned the massive power of the federal budget, and the hidden investigatory police power on the people of their own nations.
But most notably, in the summer of 2016, there was a full court intelligence agency level propaganda press to discredit those who claimed to be gang stalked, and several mass shooter events shortly thereafter, almost as if they had been planned and timed to go that way. That summer, the New York Times did a hit piece on the OGS narrative, citing Dr. Lorraine Sheridan and David James who did an internet pol, and found all victims to be worthy of discredit, using classic propaganda smear tactics. Starting with the picture of their chosen poster child for gang stalking is worth a thousand words to explain to anyone who is familiar with propaganda-how clearly planned this media assault was, but the lie travels the world a thousand times before the truth gets its pants on.
And, in the waning days of his presidency, President Obama notoriously tried to outlaw alternative media, and to begin propaganda experiments on the American people-in what some have likened to behavioral experiments, and there were outcries everywhere about how corrupt mainstream media had become during the election. And then, the focus turned to “fake news” stories, and the exact media in which those who have been harmed by these OGS operations find their voice came under attack.
There is ample evidence that mass shooters and school shooters have claimed they are gang stalked or that intelligence agencies ad created them as Manchurian Candidates. Most famous of these are Sirhan Sirhan who killed Bobby Kennedy, and John Lennon’s killer, Mark David Chapman.
But the sumer of 2016, Gavin Long, aka Cosmo Setepenra, a marine, and a life coach as well as an author and a likely CIA or other agency asset, claimed he had been followed across the country, and federal agents were hounding him. Without irony, he hailed from San Diego at the time, which has an exceptionally high rate of gang stalking complaints. Other previous shooters had military affiliations, and OGS is a common occurrence in the military. Notably Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard shooter who claimed he was targeted with directed energy weapons.
But all of these, military affiliated or not, share one other common feature: that they tried to report these stalkings to the proper authorities ranging from police to psychologists, and were rebuffed and called crazy.Myron May, a Florida shooter who reported his gang stalking to many police officers in multiple reports before he shot up a college.
The patterns in the data do NOT indicate paranoid delusions of patterns, they indicate that OGS is a real thing, and not a delusion.
In one case after another, we discover that shooters such as the Florida shooter Omar Mateen had extensive, long term contact with many agencies and agents, particularly the FBI before he is alleged to have shot up a gay nightclub (and that just as the Democrats were ramping up dialogue about the need to control propaganda. Again-Mateen’s killing spree occurred in June of 2016, ironically the same month that the New York Times ran the now infamous discrediting narrative about gang stalking, and in the same month Dr. Mike Wood wrote his opinion about gang stalking as mental illness.
What makes Omar Mateen’s case remarkably different from other cases is that his sexuality became an issue after the shooting, and a classic smear campaign was begun, just as data trickled out that the majority of those killed, were killed by SWAT team members; and what mattered in the MSM was that Mateen was portrayed as “claiming loyalty to ISIS,” when in fact he had been under scrutiny for years by the FBI and others, with no such connections anywhere.
So, while Google results indicate that 1.5 million personal blogs exist that use the phrase gang stalking in their materials, psychology professionals and major media work with law enforcement to spin it as an issue of dangerous individuals despite the fact that those who do take up arms are statistically far on the outside of outliers.
And so, recent attempts by victims of organized gang stalking to bring attention to the real harms of it have been relegated to the one size fit’s all category of mental illness, and then, agencies and academics have worked hard to spin them all as crazy people, rather than as actual claimants of government harm, or even as an eerie indicator that something in our societies is not right-and that the narrative as it exists is not sufficient to explain it to the public.
Most if not all of these cases exhibit another symptom of a social disease: they are clearly the Martha Mitchell effect in action, or cases where punitive psychology has been applied. And if anything stands out more clearly than at any time in history, it is that the media is haveing a hard time keeping the lid on hidden policing practices that have lon been buried even deeper by calling them conspiracy theories. With video, and phone camera’s, the internet and alternative media, the egg of organized gang stalking that preceds these events is being cracked open, on peck at a time on the deep cover shell that as worked so well in decades past.
The two academic studies about organized gang stalking, both of which call it a mental illness:
In academic research of gang stalking, there are only two studies I have found that address it specifically. The Sheridan and James study, and one by Elizabeth Dietrich of Berkely-both of whose bio’s read as liberal-progressive, and likely international feminist, aka, neocons and part f the marriage between propaganda, feminism, and police state control:
2) Elizabeth Dietrich’s study is one of the most pernicious attempts I have seen online to discredit the narrative of targeted individuals. She believes that the best way to deal with these is to relegate them into the category of “mentally ill” who claim they are isolated due to gang stalking, and her remedy is to cut them off from communication with each other, which is itself a form of punitive psychology.
This is not insignificant, as then, the claims of TI’s and claims of isolation by institutional elements are validated in the gang stalking narrative. Dietrich’s thesis ironically proves my thesis, and the thesis of any who make the claim they are TI’s.
Publication Date 2015
Online social networks-Psychological aspects, Cyberstalking-Psychological aspects, Delusions, Interpersonal relations, Theoretical, Emergent internet trends, Social contagion, Emergent norm theory, Relational theory, Delusional disorder
This study examines emerging concerns about small online social communities that purport to support their members, but which in actuality exacerbate mental health issues. Here, the author focuses on one such community that has gone unstudied: The Gang Stalking community. Here, individuals who seem to suffer from Delusional Disorder come together and discuss their experiences of being stalked by a multitude of people in concert with the sole aim of creating terror in their lives.
Mass shooting spread sheet from 2012(…):