Is organized gang staking “culturally Jewish?”

Some have made the claim that organized gang stalking is culturally Jewish, which I have documented on this blog. And so, an examination of this claim is in order, because the responsibility of any researcher is to contain potentially harmful sentiment, or in the lest, to expose it as a potential harm. I personally believe … Continue reading Is organized gang staking “culturally Jewish?”

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Politics and OGS: a tale of two hatreds

I grew up with concentration camp survivors and members of Catholic High Orders alike, in an era where I watched black leaders, and white Irish leaders murdered on TV which "the kids today"only read about-but I never once saw a Jewish leader murdered-not even in the middle east, and then, only if it were Jews … Continue reading Politics and OGS: a tale of two hatreds

From cradle to grave: the East German Stasi stalked babies-and spy novel author John Le Carre

From Mikhail Bulgakov in Russia, hounded by Stalin's agents for writing the "Gospel for Stalin" aka "the Master and Margherita;" to anti-fascist Ernest Hemingway aka "Papa" in Cuba, who had a bad case of pro-fascist FBI chronic harrassment and wiretapping, - to the "Lost Generations" F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota and Paris, followed by religionists, … Continue reading From cradle to grave: the East German Stasi stalked babies-and spy novel author John Le Carre

Japan, the UN, enjo kosai, and “organized gang” stalking: how NGO’s, and the UN gang stalk ‘organized crime’|JapanTimes.co.jp

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