Who finances organized gang stalking, proof, George Soros, Goldman Sacks, Government Stalking.
What’s the difference between 3 million and 4 billion dollars anyways? You pay for organized gang stalking every time you vote for security over liberty.
Because of the hidden, well orchestrated and well financed occult (meaning hidden) nature of organized gang stalking, proof is very hard to find in the narratives of those who claim they are stalked. However, as you read through this blog you will see several well documented incidents of systematic, organized harassment, and few of the people who report this are crazy, or mentally ill in the sense of organic mental illness.
What they are, often times, is under extreme stress, and duress, and sometimes under a form of psychosis that has been described in psychology. And no doubt many Targeted Individuals do have pre-existing or recent onset symptoms of mental illness.
What must be considered is a mental health related question of “who financess gang stalking?” This question routinely comes up in many blogs and video’s, but until recently, few of the bloggers attempted to answer this question. So, what must be considered is the proven cases of gang stalking that I have written about so far. Other researchers can find other proofs, but here below are a few I have covered up to now.
Stockton city manager Bob Deis had the well heeled police union move in next door to him and wage an endless campaign of noise terror, and more. This was financed by tax paying citizens, and police union funds. They even bought a house to pad their portfolio. Meanwhile Stockton was then, and is now, totally broke and in massive debt. Bob Deis lost his job.
Anti-corruption blogger Jeff Pataky had nearly an entire police department ruin his life, and it was financed by local, state and federal taxes paid by citizens. Makes one wonder- if you have nothing to hide, then….
And in these two cases alone, we see a pattern emerge which I will flesh out later, bt it appears that a mercenary element within police and public unions and institutions is blatantly abusing their power, and benefiting financially.
For example, when Rick Krlich and his wife Cindy bought a house in Hubbard Ohio, and the local police chief began what amounts to a ten year harassment campaign similar to the year that Bob Deis endured, or the seven plus years that Jeff Pataky was targeted. And I am certain that local residents aren’t always aware that this is the way their funds are being spent-and certainly each of these cities gets federal dollars as well, which makes these local occurrences a federal question.I mean-how many fires do they have in Hubbard Ohio? So I imagine those engines, and the fire fighters in them aren’t very busy.
Well known whistle blowers William Binney and Kirk Wiebe, Dianne Roark, and many mre were fired for blowing the whistle on NSA spying on Aerican’s, and the agencies then set out to destroy them. Binney, for example, tried to stop the NSA from spying on American’s while also saving taxpayers a few billion dollars-and he was fired, stalked, and indicted for it. He basically said, hey, if we use this program, Thin Thread, instead of that program, we could save billions of dollars.
So- when the researcher of organized gang stalking encounters the question “but where do the gang stalkers get all the money??” i is usually one of them, mocking the impotence of the people to defend themselves against this new and horrific privacy rape, and military madness.
Of course, if you have nothing to hide-then let’s talk about who finances gang stalking. But stop trying to silence victims of it.Because it costs tax payers billions of dollars per year in waste, fraud, and abuse.
Thin Thread versus TrailBlazer: a 4 million dollar loss, at the expense of the taxpayers of the United States. Here is some of William Binney’s interview with Juan Gonzalez on NPR in 2012:
JUAN GONZALEZ: What—did it have a name, the program?
WILLIAM BINNEY: Well, it was called Thin Thread. I mean, Thin Thread was our—a test program that we set up to do that. By the way, I viewed it as we never had enough data, OK? We never got enough. It was never enough for us to work at, because I looked at velocity, variety and volume as all positive things. Volume meant you got more about your target. Velocity meant you got it faster. Variety meant you got more aspects. These were all positive things. All we had to do was to devise a way to use and utilize all of those inputs and be able to make sense of them, which is what we did.
JUAN GONZALEZ: And when they didn’t use your system, they—the NSA developed another or attempted to develop another system to do the same?
WILLIAM BINNEY: Well, that one failed. They didn’t produce anything with that one.
AMY GOODMAN: And that one was called?
WILLIAM BINNEY: Trailblazer, yeah.
AMY GOODMAN: Trailblazer, and—
WILLIAM BINNEY: I called it—I called it five-year plan number one. Five-year plan number two was Turbulence. Five-year plan number three is—
AMY GOODMAN: And Trailblazer cost how much money?
WILLIAM BINNEY: That was, I think, in my—my sense, was a little over $4 billion.
AMY GOODMAN: Four billion dollars.
WILLIAM BINNEY: Right.
AMY GOODMAN: But it was scuttled. It was done away with in 2006?
WILLIAM BINNEY: Yes, ’05, I think it was. But yes, that’s right. And we developed our program with $3 million, roughly.
Decorated intelligence officer William Binney’s sworn testimony here.
While on the surface, a casual researcher of organized gang stalking might not see the correlation between police and fire departments, and bloggers, and whistle blowers, most legitimate alternative media does see it; and legitimate psychologists can make the link. Further, in the cases above, we see the pattern: whistle blowing or challenging officials; real estate investments, federal dollars,well connected and well organized groups in positions of trust, and narrative control- who can and can’t have a job in modern America to pay a mortgage; and then, massive fraud on the courts and the localities that have no idea this is going on, thanks to the collusion of some in mass media, influence operations, and psychology.
So, when a psychologist might say (as Dr. Michael Wood said) “well, the term itself doesn’t appear in the literature,” or that ” these people who claim this all show clear indicators of delusions,”you can point them here, to this one article, and work your way back from here. While each case may be different in it’s facts or in it’s “onset” it is indisputable that it is a real thing, and it is very well financed.