The ROGS reader will note that I have been a target of "the war on pure speech" and due process via "high policing" since 2004, but also, that I saw this coming in 1993 (search this blog for links to these years). The reader will also note that I have endured decades of harm because … Continue reading The First Amendment versus the cumulative effect of decades of Fusion Center Spying: time to test drive our rights.
Day after day, we see the ROGS thesis validated in the MSM now-and it is no surprise that this blog is slowly becoming an "opinion leader" on the topic. Less surprising that it is also highly targeted by hacking-in fact, my Tor browser is literally seamless today, and it loads pages in rapid speeds (which … Continue reading Facebook admits to using actual mind manipulation on children: gang stalking and paranoia
DIRTY RATS ROBO RATS PLAGUE RATS SEBACIUM and internet search redirection Gee- I hope I don't get in trouble for this Mom-and thanks for letting me sleep in your basement for all these years, but like I said over and over again: I HATE RATS. You can read this here to see how long I … Continue reading Let’s talk about RATS: PLAGUERATS and DIRTY RATS, specifically.
In well organized assaults waged by governments that work in hidden capacities to enforce and socially engineer a society through constant attacks on civil liberties, we frequently find useful idiots who willingly place themselves as obstacles to free speech, and especially, as obstructionist forces that 'steal time,' aka 'time-thieves.' these are situations where people will … Continue reading The Shirky-Masnik bureaucracy perpetuation principle
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