Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Social Aspects Of Gang Stalking

Are you as disturbed as I am by the large number of people who are suddenly "going postal" and/or killing themselves in dramatic fashion? A very high percentage of these people have been described as being victims of "bullying", "harassment", "cyberharassment", etc. in the days, weeks, or months leading up to these incidents. They are also described by those close to them as "not at all the type to do something like that".

I strongly suspect many (if not all) of them were targeted victims of gang stalking. Most of them have characteristics of persons who tend to become targeted individuals: intelligent, well-educated, quiet, introverted, a few very close friends, alternative lifestyles, sensitive, etc. Many of them are from areas where gang stalking is known to be prevalent. All of their actions suggest feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, frustration, and anger about what was being done to them and the lack of assistance, support, and protection available to help them cope with their situations.

The recent example of this from right here in Austin might be a good case in point. The student involved, a sophomore math student, apparently ran onto the U.T. campus with an assault rifle, fired off a few rounds, ran up to the sixth floor of a library building, and committed suicide. Everyone who knew this student well is saying these actions were completely out of character for him, and everyone close to both him and the investigation is tip-toeing around what might have led him to do what he did. As both my blog in general and my recent posting of another very serious Austin example in particular show, gang stalking is rampant and completely uncontrolled here. Also, another U.T. math student coincidentally happened to have been the victim of a homicide (unsolved) in the recent past. Tragically, there will be more and more of these incidents as targeted individuals lash out in anger and frustration and pain at their tormentors because they have no other recourse for getting relief from what's being done to them.

In our community at present, I believe the biggest social manifestation of gang stalking is the number of suicides here (the genuine ones, that is, not the staged ones). The cause of the vast majority of these is rampant and completely unchecked organized white collar crime. White collar criminals operate by systematically stealing all the assets of one individual and quickly moving on to another, and they do this using whatever methods are the fastest and most effective for that particular individual. (Do you see the pattern of targeting here?) In this area, a well-entrenched network of doctors, lawyers, bankers, and public officials (plus a few others) first apply pressure of some kind to victims (usually a combination of financial and social) using various means designed to gain control of their assets. One of the most commonly used methods for doing this is deliberately getting victims dependant on various substances (prescription medications, alcohol, or illegal drugs), because it's fairly quick and easy--one prescription or party are often all that's needed--and results in near-total control of the targeted individual. If that doesn't work, the next step is often involuntary commitment for short periods (see "Issues Of Commitment")--just long enough to get complete control of the victims' assets. If everything else fails to produce the desired result, the victim becomes a gang stalking target, with sophisticated illegal surveillance being used to both facilitate the stalking and learn what particularly "gets to" each victim the most in order to systematically drive them to suicide.

One of the most basic, common, and effective tools these criminals use, both to steal assets outright and also to drive targeted individuals to suicide, is their deliberate manipulation of family members and friends of victims in order to get them to turn on each other. This tactic is necessary for the successful thefts of assets by means like fraudulent trusts and involuntary commitments in particular, and all indications are that white collar criminals here are particularly adept at exploiting the local "insider" networks already in place in order to do this. People who are persuaded to become involved in these crimes for whatever reason, whether out of fear, greed, increased status in the community, or even pure sport, need to be made fully aware that they are in fact being cleverly manipulated by others and are considered completely expendable and exploitable by those who control them. (For more information on this, please see "Gang Stalking Summary a few posts back).

Here, as most everywhere else, another of the main tools for organized stalking of targeted individuals is cyberharassment. Besides what's obviously being done here to me repeatedly, you can find a detailed discussion of another case of this at my earlier post entitled "The Coach". These kinds of cases make extensive use of social networking and discussion sites in order to defame, libel, and harass victims in every possible way. (Again, also see "Gang Stalking Summary" for more information.)

All of this is completely unacceptable by any rational-thinking person's definition of what's good, proper, right, and civilized as far as social conduct and behavior.

Please also see my 6/5/10 post entitled "Compare And Contrast" for additional information about this. Then start educating yourself about the Stasi and their methods.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't know anything about the article as first-hand fact, but when it comes to the organized, criminal-gang stalking I do know about, it makes what is in that article seem like child's play. What? Harassed on the highway once or twice? Try my problem of road harassment over 100 times. What about six months of precisely worded terrorist threats followed by 104 people killed and 265 injured with myself one of the survivors. And a lot more. Ha! You talk about stalking.

I had known about the attacks of 9-11 since 1997. Your government protected terrorists who threatened me and my children and who bragged about their connections to terrorist cells in Europe? That and a lot worse. Looks like you got stalked back on 9-11. You wanna start something. OK. But don't be surprised if you get hit back in ways you would never dream of.

ML said...

Actually, I've been stalked, threatened, illegally conned, put under full-time illegal surveillance, and MUCH more for over 11 years now (and probably a lot longer than that without my knowledge). I've literally been harassed on the road thousands of times.

I'm not saying that my experiences are worse than yours (it sounds like yours are pretty bad), only that they are a combination of things that are unique to me and my kids, similar to things I know have been done to others, and part of something much bigger and much more sinister.

The more I learn about all this, the less surprised I get about what goes on. And yes, it's far worse than most people can imagine or even understand.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Kenneth Westhues and Dr. Noa Davenport have studied workplace mobbing in depth. Dr. Westhues has documented many mobbing horror stories in his research articles and books. I highly recommend his books and articles. I also suggest that people try to sift through any of the disinformation that deviates too much from what Dr. Westhues and Dr. Davenport have written in their published research. It's very possible that workplace mobbing has become much more sophisticated over the last few years, it appears that invasion of privacy and the use of psychiatric poisonings or psychiatric overdoses are used to make the victim appear severely disturbed and feeble. Rest assure, that you are most likely not schizophrenic but at the hands of a small group of sociopaths and narcissists.

I was a victim of workplace mobbing and invasion of privacy at the University of Texas at Austin. I believe it is an extremely corrupt college. UT Austin may even be evil to its core, as some attributes of the college always seemed off putting or strange to me. My roommate worked as an employee for the university and he occasionally snooped around in my room and went through many of my private files and information. Violent information was left in my room on a CD that I was for creative and professional purposes. That was supposed to be the "critical incident" to justify the invasion of my privacy. He later used my private information as "hinting" harassment, usually said in a snide and mocking manner. Throughout my one year experience at UT Austin I experienced inappropriate criticism, shunning, and very stand-off-ish people. I was also blacklisted. Very few of my professors were interested in helping me while they showed favoritism to other students. The counselors in the mental health center was incredibly hostile. I was even shouted at and argued with which is antithetical to counseling. I believe all of it was contrived and with intent to cause me harm. They certainly caused post traumatic stress disorder. If they didn't want to cause me harm, then they should have demonstrated cooperative and friendly behaviors and attitudes when I tried to address the issues. Dr. Hill also obstructed my right to file discrimination complaints. She continued to be a rude pest no matter how many times I pressed the concern in a peaceful manner. They were neither friendly or cooperative with me. I encourage everyone who is a victim of this to be mentally strong. They are trying to control you with guilt and self hatred. It is possible they want you to commit suicide. Do not do it. There is strength in written and spoken truths. Collect the details of those who you believe have been invading your privacy and collect details about those who have been mocking you, embarrassing you, offending you, belittling you, annoying you, etc. Report names online and be as honest as possible. Universal ethics purports an understanding that all people are of value and that all people must be treated with care, empathy, concern, peace, and fairness. The standard of care needs to be much higher at UT Austin. And I believe that Austin, Texas is a very racist and homophobic city. The culture is very antiquated and vapid despite all of the pretentious posers who will tell you otherwise.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Kenneth Westhues and Dr. Noa Davenport have studied workplace mobbing in depth. Dr. Westhues has documented many mobbing horror stories in his research articles and books. I highly recommend his books and articles. I also suggest that people try to sift through any of the disinformation that deviates too much from what Dr. Westhues and Dr. Davenport have written in their published research. It's very possible that workplace mobbing has become much more sophisticated over the last few years, it appears that invasion of privacy and the use of psychiatric poisonings or psychiatric overdoses are used to make the victim appear severely disturbed and feeble. Rest assure, that you are most likely not schizophrenic but at the hands of a small group of sociopaths and narcissists.

I was a victim of workplace mobbing and invasion of privacy at the University of Texas at Austin. I believe it is an extremely corrupt college. UT Austin may even be evil to its core, as some attributes of the college always seemed off putting or strange to me. I encourage everyone who is a victim of this to be mentally strong. They are trying to control you with guilt and self hatred. It is possible they want you to commit suicide. Do not do it. There is strength in written and spoken truths. Collect the details of those who you believe have been invading your privacy and collect details about those who have been mocking you, embarrassing you, offending you, belittling you, annoying you, etc. Report names online and be as honest as possible. Universal ethics purports an understanding that all people are of value and that all people must be treated with care, empathy, concern, peace, and fairness. The standard of care needs to be much higher at UT Austin. And I believe that Austin, Texas is a very racist and homophobic city. The culture is very antiquated and vapid despite all of the pretentious posers who will tell you otherwise. There is some truth to gang stalking and to the rumors so be very careful out there.

Anonymous said...

The workplace mobbing or gang stalking of the student is probably tied into a dead peasants insurance scheme. If they take out a life insurance policy on the student and he or she dies as a result from the workplace mobbing and psychological abuse then it's very possible they can obtain thousands of dollars as a result and then split up the death money. Money is one of the root causes of evil. That's probably what is going on. Of course there is the possibility that the victim did do something offensive or wrong. However, to gang stalk or mob the target is inexcusable. Due process is not enforced. Civil liberties and privacy rights are violated. And extrajudicial punishment was probably used to demolish the targeted victim for revenge. It can happen if you upset the wrong sociopath.

ML said...

These discussions and accounts agree very well with what I know about Austin and U.Texas and the people there from living nearby. And you're right on about the sociopath. Now just imagine what would happen if that sociopath had contacts at the highest levels of government and law enforcement AND had access to sophisticated federal surveillance equipment... (see earlier posts).

ML said...

For updated information on this topic, please see the newer post entitled "Empire Builders". It contains a very important discussion of the bigger picture as far as what's going on, particularly in the Austin area.

Anonymous said...

The key to the problem as people have indicated is that there are people who are sociopaths/psychopaths or trained by them and who are wealthy and well-connected. They use these connections to not only cover their own illegal activity and criminal attacks but to participate in the stalking and the abuse in numerous ways.

Anonymous said...

everything you say rings of truth. I love that you are sticking to the facts and making sense of it. I would love to read an article of yours about what laws enable and protect this type of torture and violence.
-Akasolia

ML said...

No laws enable and protect organized stalking; every aspect of it is illegal! For more information on this, please see my post titled "U.S. Anti-Stalking Laws".

Anonymous said...

Gangstalking is a life insurance scam, period. No one else isinvolved but an organized crime groupand the tis family. Info viewef on the net is provided by the criminal ring misinform. Its a money scam!!!!!!!!!