Bacon bits and blowflies: linguistic analyses of news stories

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

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High Risk journalism, Symbolic Interaction Theory, and the blogger/journalist/writer as a threat to Ich, Du, AND the matrix, part 1

Like many activists, whistle blowers, and journalists, bloggers are a highly targeted group of individuals. Yet the most difficult position of all is that bloggers and online writers-unlike journalists and others- do what we do in an individual capacity, for little or no pay. As such, we are perhaps the most fragile threads that hold … Continue reading High Risk journalism, Symbolic Interaction Theory, and the blogger/journalist/writer as a threat to Ich, Du, AND the matrix, part 1

Feminism, safe spaces, cry bullies and organized gang stalking: the case of the Rwandan Genocide and ’empowered women.’

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.’

Val is an electrician, and he was approached as a gang stalking recruit in an environment loaded with Durkheim’s ‘anomie’

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’