Eleanor White tries to change the terms of the OGS argument for the better, and others contemplate civil lawsuits against OGS

What is Organized gang stalking and why Eleanor White did not like the term

My focus, and I urge all targets to adopt this focus, is on how to speak and write to UNAWARE members of the public, which most quickly and easily helps them understand what this crime is all about.–Eleanor White

Eleanor White was a crusader who raised awareness of OGS, and as such, she tried like many to change the terms of the argument, starting with what many consider to be a loaded term- “gang stalking,” which discredits those who have encountered this nefarious practice.

If you are a researcher of organized gang stalking, a therapist, or psychologist or a civil or criminal defense lawyer charged with the care or representation of TI’s, take note that Eleanor White’s work is rapidly being scrubbed from the web.

But as a term of an influence operation, it is very descriptive of those who stalk gangs-in the “jargon” or the “argot” language of policing, it is in fact and practice a valid term. Search this blog for “NSA data theft pipeline” or “CalGang database which demonstrate how databases are used to track and entrap “gang members” from birth.

And maybe read up on how the LEIU’s stated purpose of breaking the law in order to create cases became a national and now international practice back in the 1970’s as their stated goal was to chase “organized crime.”

Here below is the discussion about the term gang stalking, from Eleanor White:

 

Chazzy

Posts: 2069

Joined: Fri Mar 26, 2004 2:52 am

Law of Parties

“One of the few prosecutors I talked to who accepted the “reality” of my situation called it participatory stalking which probably is a better term because the individuals involved are participating in a stalking at someone’s request. There is always one person who “targets” the victim. In some states where they have what’s called the “Law of Parties” the “participants” can also be charged as a “party to the crime.”

It’s a matter of semantics. In a general sense I use the word cause stalking to indicate someone being targeted because of their involvement in something that results in their being targeted by a group who are motivated by political and/or religious positions and I use the word gang stalking to indicate someone being targeted, as noted above, simply to discredit them and their complaint against someone. And they do act similarly to the way a gang acts. It is a form of bullying behavior in both instances. The “participants” are bullies. Which is why they so willingly participate. But both are participatory stalking simply on the basis of the participation.

One member has posted about her psychosis. She was not psychotic to begin with. She became psychotic as a result of the post traumatic stress and has won half the battle by acknowledging it. The cause of the psychosis is something psychologists and psychiatrists overlook when “treating” a stalking victim. They also do not “know it.”

Eleanor White says:

“Participatory” stalking carries the danger that some may interpret that as what is called “stalking by proxy.” Stalking by proxy is the usual single stalker, who is the sole source of the criminal activity, enlisting the help of others.

That’s not what organized stalking is. Organized stalking is carried on by an international network of stalking groups in each community. These groups, according to David Lawson and my own observations, think they are “helping police” keep someone “dangerous” under control.”

My focus, and I urge all targets to adopt this focus, is on how to speak and write to UNAWARE members of the public, which most quickly and easily helps them understand what this crime is all about. This includes carefully reflecting on how unware people assimilate information that is negative, information they’d rather not hear about. That’s our greatest need.

“Gang” stalking utterly fails at that.”

Chazzy later notes:

I have to add that some people do know the reality. And simply are afraid of speaking out. Some organizations that deal with domestic abuse/violence have spoken out about the problem of law enforcement “looking the other way” when the situation involves a law enforcement officer. But they are quickly silenced. But reality is reality. And if law enforcement “looks the other way” with its own it is reasonable to assume that many of these officers who are abusers themselves are going to “look the other way” with other abusers. The same dynamic is at work with regard to stalking victims in many cases. The officer doesn’t see a problem and decides they will be the prosecutor and make the call themselves instead of allowing a prosecutor to. One reason why so few cases are prosecuted may be that so few cases are actually taken to a prosecutor. It is a problem that has begun to affect all victims.

One other reality is that the “professions” including law and medicine do attract sociopaths who in many cases simply are looking for a “position of authority” that in essence allows them to view themselves above the law. They seek out positions of authority that allow them to abuse that authority in order to be able to abuse others. The “code of honor” is at work in all the “professions” not just law enforcement.

The bottom line is stalking victims are left to fend for themselves. Part of the “fending” is accepting that those we turn to in most cases turn their backs to us.”

Eleanor later replies:

http://www.stopos.info/osatv.pdf

… you will see that local community members are co-opted by spreading vicious lies about the target, often that the target is a child molester. Anyone with half a brain can see that immediately, so it’s not a problem to explain why community members participate.

I’ve had people call me, a senior lady, a pedophile to my face, and spit on the sidewalk in front of me. A colleague in another city in this province was a successful mainstream media reporter. She also is a senior and has brutal harassment everywhere she goes by people who believe she is a child molester.

The problem is, most targets are so flustered by their experience that they forget to mention that important motivation.

You can hold the opinion that organized stalking is “gang” stalking but clearly you are not a target. Commonly known gangs, youth, ethnic, biker, Mafia, are NOT carrying out organized stalking. If you say they are, you are not painting an accurate picture and are making it more difficult for OS targets to achieve justice.

As I explained, the stalkers are community members from every walk of life who have been told they are “helping police keep dangerous criminals under control.”

As I explained, any reference to “gang” stalking with unaware people throws the conversation way off on an irrelevant side track, burning up all the available attention span.

If you insist on calling this “gang” stalking, I hope you will minimize your use of that term as it does not help our cause.

We all need to EDUCATE THE PUBLIC about the reality of organized stalking, and do so regardless of whether the perps see it as a “reaction” or not. If we don’t educate the public, the nightmare of organized stalking will never end.

(A good step in that direction would be to find a way to force the National Center for Victims of Crime to stop treating OS as mental illness, and include it in their educational materials.)

I’m sad to report that the relatively small number of targets who do speak out choose absolutely the very worst things to say and write. This is such a huge problem I don’t see any way it will be solved in my lifetime. Targets do not care at all about how their words are received by the public – all they want to do is rant and shout about their pain.

Now that is perfectly natural, and it is NOT the “fault” of the very human OS targets. But this natural and blameless behaviour is keeping the perps in business.

To see examples of different activism material and my credibility ratings, visit:

http://www.multistalkervictims.org/creviews

To see a booklet of the things I have learned (the hard way) over my 15 years as an activist, visit:

http://www.randomcollection.info/osih.pdf

Eleanor White

Talking with unaware people throws the conversation way off on an irrelevant side track, burning up all the available attention span.

If you insist on calling this “gang” stalking, I hope you will minimize your use of that term as it does not help our cause.

 

 

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