In the DVIC scheme of things, sex workers are chess pieces on a big board of real estate. You can find many sex workers as lurkers on gang stalking forums, and you can also find them as lurkers on political forums as well. And if you look hard, you will find deep state operators and … Continue reading Gang Stalking and sex workers: a double edged dialectic
We have seen the definition of feminism change and morph over the last several decades, much as we see the definition of prostitution(....). There is an undeniable link between the two, and then, a link between prostitution abolitionists, policing of prostitutes and sex workers, and especially- all of this is linked to "speech policing."And, it … Continue reading The link between gang stalking and prostitution: narrative control of women
“I said I’d support it as long as it was not a retired mom and pop running a little flea market table on the weekend,” Gifford said. “But that was exactly who they were going after.”-Robert Don Gifford, former assistant U.S. attorney at the Justice Department So, you wake up one morning to a red-haired, … Continue reading The Intercept describes how DHS-ICE-HSI is running CIA styled “self funding” black operations, aka “asset forfeiture.”
SO, there you are a traveling businessman from any of many countries- but you are a key player in a negotiation between a Chinese billionaire who needs to shuffle some cash out of the country, and an American company that handles EB5 transactions-and you land in Reston, VA after an 18 hour flight. You also … Continue reading The porn deluge, compromise operations, OSI Informers, and intelligence assets.
UPDATE 12-20-2019: I wrote this post that you are about to read about two years ago, and we recently saw that the Pensacola shooter Mohammed Alshamrani had been sexually harassed by a Navy trainer who used the language of pornography to slander and humiliate the shooter in front of his colleagues. The reference was to … Continue reading Organized gang stalking and the porn deluge, part one
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