A major goal of perpetrators of organized stalking is ruining the finances of their victims. One of the main ways this is done is by stalking victims where they work, both to cause them to lose their jobs, and also to ensure that they are unable to find future employment.
Over the last few weeks, a Canadian friend of mine has been documenting her experiences as a victim of organized stalking as she begins a new job. She does this on her Anti-Organized Stalking blog, which can be found at http://organizedstalkingandcyberstalking.blogspot.com. Rather than repeat or summarize her experiences here, I’ll instead ask you to go to her blog and read her firsthand accounts for yourself.
Also, after requesting and receiving permission from both of them, I am reprinting in its entirety a comment our mutual friend Medawar left at the end of one of my Canadian friend’s most recent Anti-Organized Stalking posts on workplace stalking. I’m doing this because the comment is an excellent general overview of the subject of organized stalking in the workplace. I hope readers will study Medawar’s words carefully, particularly with regard to long-term consequences. Then I hope you will consider going back to my previous post here and reviewing what it has to say about perpetrators and bystanders.
I myself have been a victim of many of the same kinds of criminal acts in the workplace that my Canadian friend describes (plus some that she hasn’t), so I’m well aware of the veracity of what she describes; the seriousness and maliciousness of many of the acts being perpetrated; and the shocking extents of these acts, number of persons involved in carrying them out, and reach/scope of involvement (for example, the involvement of so many people in related companies being dealt with, like shipping and transit companies).
In my own case, the primary focus of the stalkers has been to prevent me from obtaining any job at all that pays me enough to live on. This is being done through my stalkers’ extensive and high-level contacts.
There’s one more important piece of information you should have: the primary stalker of my Canadian friend has been seen here in Texas meeting with my former father-in-law!—see http://www.richardsilverstein.com/tikun_olam/2011/01/25/herzl-suggested-jews-resettle-in-uganda-condi-suggested-palestinians-to-argentina/comment-page-1/
. Organized stalking, like the organized crime it’s part of, is truly international in scope.
Here, then, is Medawar’s comment in its entirety, followed by the link where the original can be found.
Stalking is a source of economic damage and social instability for nations, as well as for companies. Companies that allow stalking to take place are, like governments, signing their own death warrant by doing so.
And yet, government officials and company directors allow themselves to be induced to not only allow stalking campaigns, but to take part. Why?
Well, the people who organise stalking campaigns are almost invariably pathological liars, because no-one else has the skills set required. And these people are prisoners of their own compulsions, too.
Pathological lairs are not compelled to tell plausible lies, or to trick people into acting in their own best interests. They are compelled to force people to accept outrageous untruths which their rational mind ought to reject, preferably where that acceptance will bring the subject to utter ruin. A pathological liar is never simply lying to you for his own ends: he is lying to you for an end which includes, but is not limited to, your destruction.
Any company director or government official who gives into the mental pressure to persecute someone (always a stronger force than the superficial bribery that goes with it: that's merely meant to damn the person more thoroughly) will find that he has damaged his company or his country by doing so. And himself.
People like [the stalker] are not leading a pack of skanks simply to destroy targets like our heroine here: they are making the skanks do their worst in order to show them at their worst, too. In the end, all human society is very deeply programmed to reject those who do this. People like [the stalker] know this, too. They take pleasure in the skanks being no better off than the targets.
So, any company that takes part in this kind of scam, is destroying itself.
There is a way out, though.
Whatever they intend, or have agreed to do, they can always do the other thing: simply give our heroine the information, tools and courtesy necessary for her to do her job thoroughly and well, and then just watch as that's what she does. The [stalker]s of this world will rage at them, but that rage will be increasingly impotent.
And remember: every single inducement that a skank is offered, is expertly designed to make him look and feel worse about what he has done in the long run.
January 13, 2012 9:35 AM