Val is a merchant mariner, one of the most noble professions I can think of. When he is not at sea, he works with his family as an apprentice electrician, in a wealthy area of a large city. Then, like most men who are men, he spends some time when he is not at sea hanging out with other men in gritty urban environments, and associating with friends from where he grew up.
The only problem for he and his friends is that they all grew up in one of the biggest and most notorious urban American ghetto’s that is a virtual powder keg of the toxins and effects of racism and the disparity of wealth. And, they grew up on a watchlist called the CalGang database, which literally monitors gangster babies from birth as if they are a threat to “organized society. And this database like so many others today which are hidden beyond the view of those who are catalogued in them-this database presumes criminality from birth. As such these men are literally and in every sense “targeted individuals.”
Related Story: It’s time to ask why so many Ferguson, MO Activists are dying in odd “suicides” One of them, Darren Seals, even reported that he was stopped and interrogated by ‘ten men who ‘told me I that I chose the wrong friends.’
So, we see that suicide is one way to measure the “effectiveness” of gang stalking.
As you have probably guessed by now, Val is black. Such is the power of stereotypes, but also the power of language used in propaganda-most western people believe that blacks are the primary residents of ghetto’s ( an out dated term in itself, as “the hood” is used by ghetto dwellers all around the world due to Hip Hop music.) And as such, Val hangs out with other black people. And unlike Jewish ghetto’s of earlier era’s, these men are not self segregated.
” I hang out there when I am not at sea, because it’s my way of giving back, and trying to let them know there’s more than that-living there.”
What Val is saying is that he was fortunate, and that he “got out,” of the enforced entrapment and containment scheme that American ghetto’s are-and that in order to inspire others, he feels he has a duty to go back and “associate” with those who are “still there.” And it is this which made him a target of recruitment for gang stalking; and a possible “threat” in the matrix should he not comply with community policing.
Then, there is a little known fact that black American’s who police their own neighborhoods are tracked, targeted and assassinated for doing so, as we saw in the 1960’s with Black Panthers and others, and even today; whereas Jews have their own police in the Bronx and other places. In fact, in western nations, only Jews are allowed to police “their own.” SO certainly, we must ask who it is that enforces racial barriers, as well as polices speech, and association around these topics.
While association isn’t illegal yet in western countries, in the paradigm of OGS, association becomes a de facto reason whereby police power can entrap and recruit others into the “community policing scheme.” As anyone who has watched the last few decades, change comes very slowly, if at all, and even then, it is mediated by police power, which acts as a gatekeeper between what is “good,” and what is “bad,”- but all of THAT takes place in the many gray area community policing schemes. Good and evil then, are mediated in the internecine battle ground of hidden strife between police power, and “we the people” in a hidden battleground where every day rights and liberties are pphrased-for some, but not all- as “privileges and immunities” or as “necessary compromises.”
Val’s story of being recruited into community policing
” I was back one time, and all of a sudden they swept up on us. We were in a pretty large group, mostly a bunch of guys just hanging out. They put us up on the wall- you know, spread your legs, keep your hands out of your pockets, like that. I had no problem with it really, you get used to it(….) and I complied. Then, after they went through all of our pockets like that the usual stuff(…), they had a job to do (….).”
“So I told them about my service, and he was kind of, you know, surprised, and he took me into his SUV. He was the watch commander- four stripes…and one loop. He asked me why I was hanging around these guys, and I told him what I just told you-because I believe that the only way to make a difference is to come back here, and, you know, show thee guys that there’s something else. He left me his card, and told me to call, you know if you see something and all that. I stilll have his card on my dashboard.”
What Val is describing is the gray area between our Constitutional rights of assembly and rights of association, and the paradox that gray area has produced for exploitation of “the little guy’s” while corporate interests ranging from Peter Thiel’s conspiracy with Google and Palantir, to psychologies reliance on drug comany definitions of mental health. For some, obviously, torture is ok, as lng as it’s the “bad guys” getting water up there nose, or a few “dangerous mentally ill people” popping a few fix-society-by-drugging-you pills when they complain about being “stalked” or “hunted” or otherwise ham stringed and black bagged by gray area policing schemes.
So, for some policing is purely profitable, but for most, the community policing scheme has produced an opposite effect on our society, and on our liberty, that is itself a civil conspiracy by those in power to force the police to become abusers of the Constitution itself.
Due to the lifting of the Constitutional guarantees of rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” via the un-Constitutional gray area policing scheme of organized gang stalking, aka community policing, and the full blown assault on our rights of privacy, speech, press, assembly, and every single other right that can be inferred from the right of privacy not yet enumerated-we see that a vast encroachment on our rights to “freedom of association” are crimped at the internet switch, or our telephones, and thereafter. So, yes, this can have a disparate effect on select people, not least of which is to with draw from society that “perpetrates” such day to day abuses.
So- I would like to re-examine a main thesis of Dr. Lorraine Sheridan and David V. James, two academics whose lives have been lived in academia-which is a major social disease of our times, and which can lead to an echo chamber effect within researchers who have spent NO time in the real world. In fact, their famous study on OGS interviewed “the internet.” take a moment to let that sink in.
Then, note that the term “gang stalking” is termed “group stalking” because those who wrote the study are practicing what amounts to a form of class based, and in this case racist and sexist “gas lighting.” This happens because of the social disconnect between the modern transhumanists and actual, real people from across the spectrum who have lives outside of being mouth-pieces for the prison industrial complex. And not insignificantly, academics notoriously live and dwell in “ivory towers,” which Emil Durkheim discussed when he coined the term “anomie.”
For my purposes, I will note that ivory towers, and the incredible amounts of MIC and AIPAC money consumed by academics, can nearly eradicate human conscience, and any sense of ethics, much less insight into issues as complex as OGS as the fat of the DVIC trough swells their senses to dullness, and glues their eyes shut.
Here below is the definition of “anomie,” and some discussion of it next to a summary of the Sheridan James study-and it MUST be noted that those who are “suffering” OGS are being referred BACK INTO THE POLICING SCHEME by Sheridan and James! Let me know if you start seeing paterns here, because obsession with patterns can indicate ‘apophenia,‘ or far worse, common sense, both of which are dangerous to those who live in Ivory Towers, protected by armed assassins:
lack of the usual social or ethical standards in an individual or group.“the theory that high-rise architecture leads to anomie in the residents”
And here is the summary of Sheridan and James analyses of OGS as a likely “delusional disorder:”
Group-stalking appears to be delusional in basis, but complainants suffer marked psychological and practical sequelae. This is important in assessment of risk in stalking cases, early referral to psychiatric services and allocation of police resources.
It was popularized by French sociologist Émile Durkheim in his influential book Suicide (1897). Durkheim never uses the term normlessness; rather, he describes anomie as “derangement”, and “an insatiable will”. Durkheim used the term “the malady of the infinite” because desire without limit can never be fulfilled; it only becomes more intense.
Durkheim, who used the concept to speak of the ways in which an individual’s actions are matched, or integrated, with a system of social norms and practices… anomie is a mismatch, not simply the absence of norms.
a society with too much rigidity and little individual discretion could also produce a kind of anomie… Thus, fatalistic suicide arises when a person is too rule-governed