I think at this point, I have essentially proven my many thesis points about organized gang stalking, with the hope that I am helping to demolish a scurrilous practice of the state that is abhorrent to civil society and open discourse-that in and of itself is the poison at the root of our Democracy. I … Continue reading A quick note on statistics: I get about 60 posts read per day. Is organized gang stalking real? If you read only ONE post on this blog, read this one.
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.’
While many people are currently being persecuted in ways that are seldom discussed in the news, when they write about it online, they are targeted for extra harassment by paid agents of the state-many states- who are seeking to create a class of citizens for whom justice is denied. While the actual cases of actual … Continue reading Organized stalking, the Martha Mitchell effect, and disinformation.