The Rwandan Genocide was a "women's war." Much of the research on organized gang stalking indicates a police element run amok as it works with the "community policing scheme" that favors the lop-sided narrative of violence, which internationalists phrase as "male" and then, 'shelters' the worst elements of criminality in the heart of what is … Continue reading Feminism, safe spaces, cry bullies and organized gang stalking: the case of the Rwandan Genocide and ’empowered women.’
Those refreshing interludes. “Every time we are sent down to Mexico to train one group in SWAT tactics, we know they’ll be sending us down there in ten years to kill the same guys we are training today.” and “It used to be that the Israeli’s came here to train, and now we go over … Continue reading The Brush pass: what is ‘directed conversation’ in the OGS dialectic?
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 … Continue reading Val is an electrician, and he was approached as a gang stalking recruit in an environment loaded with Durkheim’s ‘anomie’