The avid ROGS reader will note that not all hacks are created equal, and while national security is indeed an important and necessary function of our current state of law and justice-not all hacking targets are the same. That, indeed, politics are behind every single hack. Also- that gang stalking is real, and not necessarily … Continue reading In Re: The NSA’s Great Sim Heist, a corporate hack, and the XKEYSCORE program.
As we see every day in the MSM, a new bimbo eruption is taking place as women who manipulated the casting couch to the tune of hundreds of billions in profits are now crying wolf by hashtagging #MeToo about pats on their butts, drunken sloppy sex, or "unwanted attention" from men, and those men whom … Continue reading Gang stalking, slander and whisper campaigns. Revisiting the Palestinian Exodus of 1948
One of the main goals of this blog is to empower those who are being gang stalked, because it is destroying western democracy, which was long a beacon and a bastion to the world. What it is is actually a "disruption" campaign waged from within state agencies. Or, are tese disruptions actually the social engineering … Continue reading Is organized gang staking real? Don’t ask a psychologist-they will mis-lead you.
The internet and it's multi-billion dollar apparatus loaded with weaponized apps and more is a "zero-sum race for our finite attention," according to Time Well Spent, and "they point their supercomputers at our minds: news feeds, notifications, and apps climb down our brainstems, hollowing us out for our attention." Addiction to the internet is one … Continue reading Internet toxicity and mental health: have you heard about http://www.timewellspent.io
My regular readers will note that day after day, we see that my many "theories" and so on are validated by surprisingly rational people-and, sometimes, by billionaires too. But "mind control experiences on the internet" are real, Dorothy! And-the internet is planned that way from the state level to the corporation that does this crap-these … Continue reading Facebook investor agrees with ROGS: Facebook is worse than Hitler’s propaganda
In order to document gag staking and gang stalking, you have to have a "starting date" or an approximate "date of onset." In psychology, the time or date of "onset" is also a feature of a mental health diagnoses. And, as I demonstrate repeatedly psychologists and the "healing community"are weaponized, and politicized, and frequently-especially when … Continue reading How to document organized gang stalking: Gavin de Beckers perverse philosophy and blackmail
Day after day, we see the ROGS thesis validated in the MSM now-and it is no surprise that this blog is slowly becoming an "opinion leader" on the topic. Less surprising that it is also highly targeted by hacking-in fact, my Tor browser is literally seamless today, and it loads pages in rapid speeds (which … Continue reading Facebook admits to using actual mind manipulation on children: gang stalking and paranoia
mail trucks, USPS, and gang stalking And so, turn crappy pictures into ART! The blurry ones make especially nice wall-hangers. I am sure there are a few of the "good guys" and their sisterns of awaiting fruition who read this online performance art that I call "ROGS,"and of course-you "good people" would never condone or … Continue reading How to document gang stalking: a picture is worth a thousand words-but crappy pictures are worthless
I will let the viewer decide the meaning, and the veracity of the image I provide below, but especially, do your own research and Google the phrase "CIA" and "broken mirrors." And, as many of the photo's I provide, this one is NOT de-anonymized for a very specific reason, which I will not disclose. Here- … Continue reading Latest Tor exploits: the “broken mirror screen”and targeted speech.
I don't know who has a longer memory: me, or the internet. But I do recall the days before fake news too the place of "journalism." So-in the story below-note how the headline-which was once protected speech-is now "classified" as a "symbolic interaction" that is attacked all along it's internet journey from the old LA … Continue reading Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories