reply to post by Dock9
Gang-stlking is a cheap way for the police to keep 'undesirables' under close watch. It is also a way for police to 'get even' with those that
confound them, or otherwise escape their fascist attempts to screw them legally.
I've been a target of gang-stalking since the 70s. They turn snitches into spies, and give them the reward of getting off easy themselves, or
allowing them to break the law while the cops look the other way.
Communication and organizing activities is done through a loose network of participants who often receive directions through text messages, and are
probably supported by GPS when/if a target can be tagged with a signalling device. The efforts that most gang-stalkers make are not usually very
excessive, meaning that they don't usually spend a whole day following a target around or harassing him/her. The work is spread amongst a large
number of people, and these people are often infuenced to help through fear tactics, making the target out to be a dangerous person or some sort of
threat to the recruited participant.
It seems from my own experience and research that these groups form and reform very frequently, members not being tightly knit to each other in many
cases. They include people from ALL walks of life, from drug addicts to church-goers. It's not likely that (except when directed by the police) they
know who their handlers are in all cases, but they take direction through messaging, as I said, once they 'sign up'. Many of the perpetrators
(perps) are probably forced to participate, while others participate willingly.
Gang-stalking eliminates the high cost of standard surveillance practices, and allow the police (who coordinate much of this activity) to deal with
What individual perps do for this illegal and fascist enterprise is minimal in any given day, but when you realize how many people are involved, those
minimal acts add up to a lot of harassment for the target.
When you are conditioned to think that you are being threatened by criminal elements moving into your neighborhood, or that the world is becoming a
riskier and riskier place due to certain types of people, you want to do something to protect yourself and to stop it. THIS is the impetus that those
who direct these groups use to recruit members. They don't necessarily know what they are taking part in, but they often are misled into thinking
that what they are doing is helping society.
I have to go. I'll add more later if I can.