ROGS-the blog you are reading now-is offering a 1300$ reward, USD, for information and documentation that political DVIC enterprises like Pennsylvania VOICe, or womens “advocates”, psychologists, social workers, rape crisis centers, and other NGOs are storing, and sharing information about men who have been accused, but never convicted of crimes, and then, targeting these men … Continue reading REWARD OFFERED: Showing cracks~Do mestic Violence Industrial Comlpex profiteers exploiting Fusion Centers and targeting individuals??
Trigger Warning: This post contains the names of a few people from the "women and their children" crowd who participate in gang stalking. And, I wrote it for whoever is searching this .terminology: "gang stalking babies." But first, a free announcement from the STOP SESTA sponsors: This post is also dedicated to all of those … Continue reading Gang stalking children and babies: cults and sects and CPS stalk children for profit-and the Pink Pussiehat movement is showing cracks!deedni תיקון עולם .
So, up until now, we have seen many many examples of how gang stalking is related to policing, and community policing, aka "communitarian" policing, and how there are racial, class, gendered elements that conspire to phrase "the other" as mentally ill, rather than as persons needing protection that is guaranteed to them by due process … Continue reading The enemy of organized gang stalkers is an unique suspect: “individualism.” How Heng Choon Chan, and Dr. Lorraine Sheridan, are schtupping us with Hegellian phalluses.
Conspiracy theory becomes frightening reality for Japan: The UN and organized stalking is trans-national, via the The U.N. Convention against Transnational Organized Crime. by Colin P.A. Jones Ever since the Meiji Period (1868-1912), treaties and other countries have been used to justify laws the Japanese people neither want nor need, so there’s nothing new here. … Continue reading Japan, the UN, enjo kosai, and “organized gang” stalking: how NGO’s, and the UN gang stalk ‘organized crime’|JapanTimes.co.jp