One of the common ways that police, prosecutors and judges influence juries; and one way that psychologists are able to broad brush and mis-diagnose mental illness where little or none exists- is that most human beings use common parlance, and unclear colloquial language that, to academics and psychologists, as well as those in the legal … Continue reading What THEY are reading: disabling the power of one word which has nebulous but massively important colloquial meaning, and a discrediting value in legal and psychosettings.
Most of those who write about OGS mention that they are frequently the targets of specialized internet harassment that takes various, often personalized forms*. There is the standard theft of email, sometimes as one writes it; there is the recurrent and constant theme of computers being hacked; and online manipulation of speakers who use words … Continue reading Organized stalking and Five Eyes Alliance, disruption, online mobbing, and database abuse: documenting OGS with evidence
OSI informers and gang stalking and USAF UPDATE: This post gets almost as many hits per day as the post about CIA/FBI/etc recruitment of Mormons. Apparently, those who stalk "We the People," are very interested when they get outed as "real." How nice it feels to track, trap and trace the people who are doing … Continue reading OSI informers and Air Force and gang stalking: it’s a real operation
A large part of what the organized gang stalking dialectic seems to be is the result of psychological operations, and influence by suggestion. And some 70% of the blogs I have read talk about something called "electronic no touch torture," which in my mind at least, is an accurate description of how one feels after … Continue reading Organized gang stalking, psychological and influence operations.