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
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’
What is Organized gang stalking and why Eleanor White did not like the term My focus, and I urge all targets to adopt this focus, is on how to speak and write to UNAWARE members of the public, which most quickly and easily helps them understand what this crime is all about.--Eleanor White Eleanor White … Continue reading Eleanor White tries to change the terms of the OGS argument for the better, and others contemplate civil lawsuits against OGS
Many people who claim they are targeted individuals say that they are tracked wherever they go. In law enforcement and security industries, there is something called a BOLO alert, and BOLO stands for "Be On The Look Out" for someone. Modern technology in use and practice today has enabled this exact form of targeting of … Continue reading Organized gang stalking and monitoring and BOLO
Gang stalking case studies: The deeply flawed California gang database and police catalogues of children. Gang stalking likely started as a means to control and track gang activity. And the term organized stalking is likely another variant from the days of RICO when the FBI stalked organized crime. Then, as the NSA worked hard to … Continue reading Gang stalking case studies and research: The deeply flawed California gang database and police catalogues of children.