All over the media narratives of mass shootings, we see the reporters using quotes from bystanders* who declare one or another form of religious delusion about God, Gawd, G-D, but seldom do we ever see a quote with “God damn,”in it, as regards the batshit crazy methods of high policing, aka gang stalking and harassing … Continue reading The un-naming of a man: Was the recent West Texas shooting the result of Christian cultists, using police to gang stalk an un-named man?
Organized stalking is symptom of a mental disease alright- the creeping institutional psychopathology of America's encroaching police and military state. And it's also a social disease, where victims who have not been targeted mock, or deride the claims of those who have been targeted. What do you call a world where the torturers mock their … Continue reading Gang stalking and punitive psychology: technology abuse meets bad government policy
Many online narratives about gang stalking reference Mormon's, and many blog comments also. While at face value most gang stalking blogs are likely cover operations and recruitment centers for FBI or other agency informants, they are also sometimes actual narratives of people who are being targeted in these pseudo-investigations. UPDATE 07-20-2017: This is the singular … Continue reading Gang stalking, Mormons, and the FBI
As I write this, 3/1/2017, a Google search returns nearly 5 million results for the search term gang stalking: And, there are some 1.5 million blogs specifically about "gang stalking blog," which does not include the search term for organized stalking, cause stalking, multi stalking, or other forms of gang stalking blogs: The numbers are … Continue reading Gang stalking by the numbers, and gang stalking counter-narrative
Meet Dr. Michael Wood, who writes thoughtful academic analyses about conspiracy theories. In a sea of conspiracy theorists and government disinformation agents, Dr. Wood is a rare, and respectable opinion as regards the "what is" of organized gang stalking. But he is incorrect in relegating it to the realm of mental illness, as much of … Continue reading Organized gang stalking and conspiracy theory psychology
As noted, many dialogues online about gang stalking and organized stalking are actually cases of religious stalking. Cult's, sect's and most Abrahamic religions have some form of crowd control that ensures their narrative is perpetuated, and that their special version of the Gray Bearded One is glorified through incestuous, bizarre, and often violent actions. Also, … Continue reading Organized stalking, cults, and organized religion
While many people are currently being persecuted in ways that are seldom discussed in the news, when they write about it online, they are targeted for extra harassment by paid agents of the state-many states- who are seeking to create a class of citizens for whom justice is denied. While the actual cases of actual … Continue reading Organized stalking, the Martha Mitchell effect, and disinformation.
Cults are known to use gang stalking tactics to enforce doctrine, and to persecute those who try to escape the grasp of false religion. Notoriously, the Church of Scientology is frequently cited in gang stalking articles and dialogues , and the movie "Going Clear" is based on this but many cults, sects, and other religions … Continue reading Organized stalking and cults