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What is Gang Stalking?
Gang Stalking is a systemic form of control. Many targets start with being harassed in the workplace, via workplace mobbing and bullying. When they change jobs the same thing continues. Gang Stalking is the community portion of this systemic system of control. What will happen to a target is that they will be followed around, tracked and monitored by the Suburban Spies/Snitches. They will seek to harass and find ways to control every aspect of a targets life.
The civilian spies can be parts of community oriented policing programs, but it’s not necessary. Just like with Cointelpro investigations, everyone in the targets life is made a part of the ongoing never ending systemic form of control and harassment. These actions are designed to control the target and to keep them in line. These actions are also designed to destroy the target over years and leave them with no form of support.
This controlled society uses average citizens to accomplish this harassment protocol. Some of these citizens will be parts of Community Based Policing initiatives, many will not. The closest thing to this that we have seen before is McCarthyism, Cointelpro and RED SQUAD programs, that have been around for more than a hundred years.
For the targets of this harassment, gang stalking is experienced as a covert, psychological, emotional and physical attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying a target over time. For the state it’s a way to keep the targets in line, control them.
There are now efforts around the world to use something called community based policing. This is more than likely what is playing a large role in gang stalking. “Ruling the community with an iron fist. “Savvy law enforcement types realized that under the community policing rubric, cops, community groups, local companies, private foundations, citizen informants and federal agencies could form alliances without causing public outcry.” Covert Action Quarterly, summer 1997.”
There are two types of kids who are more likely to bully others:
Some are well-connected to their peers, have social power, are overly concerned about their popularity, and like to dominate or be in charge of others.
Others are more isolated from their peers and may be depressed or anxious, have low self esteem, be less involved in school, be easily pressured by peers, or not identify with the emotions or feelings of others.
Children who have these factors are also more likely to bully others;
Are aggressive or easily frustrated
Have less parental involvement or having issues at home
Think badly of others
Have difficulty following rules
View violence in a positive way
Have friends who bully others
Remember, those who bully others do not need to be stronger or bigger than those they bully. The power imbalance can come from a number of sources—popularity, strength, cognitive ability—and children who bully may have more than one of these characteristics.
The term Gas-Lighting originates from the 1944 film Gaslight. In the movie, the character of Gregory Anton, played by actor Charles Boyer, attempts to drive the character Pauline, played by actress Ingrid Bergman, insane. The phrase Gas-Lighting has come to mean similar actions and behavior, as used in the film, against a victim.
"The White Glove treatment"
"The White Glove Treatment" is slang for Gang Stalking as jokingly referred to by the Masons who either participate in, or know of its usage against so-called "Enemies of Freemasonry".
[Note: The phrase "The White Glove Treatment" is not limited to Freemasonry, as members of similar groups and organizations often practice Gang Stalking.)
Reportedly performed by cults and secret organizations such as Satanists, secret orders of free masons, some voodoo /obeah practitioners and Scientologists as a means of control or for punishment. "Ritual abuse" is incorporated into "ritual gangstalking" patterns in this case.
A situation where an individual is identified to be a target through Internet participation and their personal identity is determined. Cybergangstalkers pierce the electronic veil and are able to enter into the real life of a person, creating all forms of harassment, theft, psychological operations including slander and libel, and able to commit crimes against the targeted individual.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
Scientologists openly gangstalk people, they're called Squirrel Busters...
So anyone who doesn't believe other more occult or esoteric societies endulged in gangstalk ing is either a disinformation artist, or naive to reality.