Organized stalking, gas lighting, and intelligence agency: the Russians did it?
You open the door to your flat, and there, on the floor is your mascot, your beloved pet, dead on the floor. Your furniture has been moved around-but just enough t cause you to notice, and not enough to be completely out of place. Maybe there is a sugar bowl in the middle of the kitchen floor. Odd, you think. And then, the fear sets in. You have been gas-lighted.
Organized gang stalking and intelligence agencies: From Russia with Love-gang stalking at the US embassy.
US ambassadors gas lighted and stalked. A story about gas lighting makes it’s it’s way into mainstream media every now and then, and then it disappears (disappearance is a common theme in OGS). The story chronicles how the US Embassy in Russia is under surveillance, or how the Russians are gas lighting US diplomats-but also, how the Russians are the eternal bad guys in the western narrative, and especiallly, that this story is a regurgitation of cold war era politics, and it is generally an arms industry sales pitch: cold war hysteria is good for business in the MIC..
It always states that diplomats were gas lighted, stalked, and harassed in the identical way that targeted individuals claim they are stalked and harassed. In every incident, and in every individual feature, ambassadors, spies, consorts and agents describe the “what is” of organized gang stalking: phone calls, hangups, noise campaigns, electronic interception of communications, dead pets, garbage strewn over their lawns and so on.
All intelligence agencies, whether local, state, federal or international, practice gang stalking and gas lighting. It is a staple of the intelligence community playbook. So it is neither surprising, nor strange that complaints of organized stalking have increased, as the FBI and ICE and the DHS in general attempt to move their Congressional funding goalpost designation from “law enforcement” to “intelligence agency.” And it is not surprising that the general sloppiness of their operations have spilled onto the internet, as low status individuals who have been targeted for practice begin to describe it online. Such is the nature of government experimentation on citizens, which has a long dark history in America.And so do police agencies and agents who harass citizens to pad statistical data, or gain funding increases.
Have a look for yourself– US personnel targeted with gang stalking and gas lighting “Organized stalking and intelligence agencies: US ambassadors gas lighted in Moscow”:
Russia’s spy agency is waging a massive undercover campaign of harassment against British and American diplomats, as well as other targets, using deniable “psychological” techniques developed by the KGB, a new book reveals.
The federal security service (FSB) operation involves breaking into the private homes of western diplomats – a method the US state department describes as “home intrusions”. Typically the agents move around personal items, open windows and set alarms in an attempt to demoralise and intimidate their targets.
The FSB operation includes the bugging of private apartments, widespread phone tapping, physical surveillance, and email interception. Its victims include local Russian staff working for western embassies, opposition activists, human rights workers and journalists.
The clandestine campaign is revealed in Mafia State, a book by the Guardian’s former Moscow correspondent Luke Harding, serialised in Saturday’s Weekend magazine.
The British and American governments are acutely aware of the FSB’s campaign of intimidation. But neither has publicly complained about these demonstrative “counter-intelligence” measures, for fear of further straining already difficult relations with Vladmir Putin’s resurgent regime. Putin, a former KGB lieutenant colonel, was head of the FSB.
British sources admit they have files “five or six inches thick” detailing FSB break-ins and other incidents of harassment against Moscow embassy staff.