I have received letters (emails, actually ) from all around the world, reporting gang stalking.
But, the vast majority of the letters I receive are like this one here, from actual gang stalkers, who use auto-antonymal language, and frequently, police and military jargon, and more signs and signifiers that indicate heavy involvement by regressive, conservative, “progressive”and often spiteful and sadistic people who work in policing, NGOs, and cloistered Kommunity Klubs and Kovens like the Rotary Club, the Liobns clubs, or women who work in the domestic violence industry, etc. (use my search feature and these terms to find more ).
In other words, gang stalkers work at all levels of social organization, and institutional, governmental, and community. But, so to do people who are decent, law abiding, patriotic, and humane.
And so, I am frequently surprised by the many valid, verifiable, and actual proofs of gang stalking that come my way, despite total academic frauds and liars like Dr. Lorraine Sheridan, David V. James, Elizabeth Dietrich and others who relegate OGS to the category of delusional complaints.
Likewise, I was surprised recently when one writer sent me a link to gang stalking, bullying, and harrassment in China, which is one of the safest countries in the world.
The writer documented gang stalking of the mentally ill, and sadly, the harrassment of people whose only child had died.
And, China, for all intents and purposes, has logically responded humanely to those who had been gang staled, because both good, and bad people work at all levels of society, in EVERY society.
So, I will leave it to the lawyers, the sociologists, the journalists and so on who are folliwing aling, to validate or refute the following proof of gang stalking.
But for my part, I declare yet ANOTHER ROGS BINGO (Technical note: for various, obvious reasons, I cannot provide a link to the actual article here, but can provide the avid researcher with links, and other evidence. )
Anti-gang campaign targets mentally ill and bereaved families
Linda Lew HangzhouExpat
• A poster by a neighbourhood association in Xiangtan city, Hunan province, listed the stigmatised groups as people to monitor
• Images shown on Weibo drew widespread condemnation and the posters have come down
A neighbourhood association in Hunan province caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign called for monitoring the mentally ill and parents who have lost their only child.
A neighbourhood association in central China’s Hunan province has caused a social media uproar because its anti-gang poster campaign targeted mental health patients and “shidu families”, parents who have lost their only child.
Created by the Guangchang Street neighbourhood association of the city of Xiangtan, the poster, titled “10 key tasks in removing gangs and crimes”, included the monitoring of patients with severe mental illness as well as families who have lost their only child.
Images of the poster were uploaded to the social media site Weibo on Tuesday, drawing widespread condemnation. They had since been removed from the streets, the news portal Thepaper.cn reported.
The district’s health commission apologised to the families affected by the poster and said it was investigating the incident, the commission’s deputy director, Chen Jianguang, told Thepaper.
China’s one-child policy, in effect from the early 1980s to 2015, created “shidu families”, parents who have lost their one child and could not have another, because of age or other factors. (Shidu is shorthand for “lose the only child”.)
Authorities have enacted social welfare policies to care for these childless couples. However, some of them continue to campaign for better retirement and health care benefits.
Mr Tong, a 64-year-old Xiangtan resident who lost his son five years ago, told the news site that he was angered and confused by the poster.
Tong defended shidu families’ occasional demands of government agencies as reasonable, and added that he never thought the community would see them as a criminal influence.
Mental illness, which is also stigmatised in China, is on the rise in the country, according to the 2019 China Mental Health Survey. However, mental health care services are undersupplied. The country had 1.7 psychiatrists for every 100,000 people in 2014, compared to 12 for every 100,000 in the United States, according to the World Health Organisation.
The association’s posters drew widespread sympathy for shidu families on Weibo, with many users blaming the government for their plight.
“Who created these families? We followed the party’s call for national family planning and only had one child,” a user from Beijing wrote. “Now they end up in this situation, and face removal?”
Another city in the northern province of Shanxi has also been found to have similar anti-gang initiatives targeting “shidu families”, Thepaper reported.