Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Nonconforming Uses

First, if you have not already done so, please read


Then look at the recent official documents below.

It appears that the latest attempt to illegally obtain my property for commercial development will likely involve someone trying to burn my house down!!  And greater than 75% destruction of my house would have the added bonus of getting rid of a tremendous amount of documentation about the whereabouts of certain people at certain critical times!

Also notice that the one particular area specifically mentioned in the documents happens to be the other area besides mine in town where an unsolved murder took place and zoning changes to commercial use followed soon after; see

(and be sure to read all the way to the bottom of the post).

Update:  Also be sure to read the comments below.

Monday, October 6, 2014

Glossary Of Organized Stalking/Gang Stalking

The following is a glossary of terms associated with organized stalking, a.k.a. gang stalking that I have put together from various sources, including very well-connected stalkers themselves.  I will be updating and adding to this regularly, so please check back from time to time.  My goal here is to make this a fairly definitive guide to the major terms associated with organized stalking that can be used as a reference.  The terms are in alphabetical order and include both colloquial and official terminology.  

If you see inaccuracies, items that need further clarification, or know of additional items that need to be included here, please contact me through my profile on this blog.

Authority bureau (n):  a high-level and well-organized criminal group that decides individuals to be targeted and runs organized stalking campaigns 

Boner (n):  an enemy target

BoA (n):  organized crime bureau pretending to be a contract agency, traveler's club, or accounting firm

BoT(C) (n):  conspiratorially minded organized crime bureau pretending to be searching for the "secrets of the illuminati" or the illuminati themselves

BoT(F) (n):  organized crime bureau falsely claiming to be a "humane research agency"; attracts deviant scientists and researchers

Break-a-leg job (n):  a particularly hostile attack against a contract; also, a plan that involves approaching a target and talking to them

Brighting (v):  harassing and/or temporarily blinding a targeted individual by flashing high headlight beams at them in order to frighten TIs or cause them to crash their vehicles at night (see also dazzling) 

Cancelling (v):  causing a miscarriage

Cherrying (v):  getting out of a legal tangle through the syndicate's intervention

Clitweed (n):  synonym for nyunkia

Concerned citizens (n):  synonym for pawns; used by stalking crews

Contract (n):  the victim of contracting (see below); a targeted individual

Contract (v):  target an individual for organized stalking and harassment, as in to "contract" a specific person. There are two types, enemy contract (hostile) and planning contract (basic and progressive)

Cousin Nancy (n):  a police unit sent to tail a crew and arrest them before an unchained police unit can

Covered (n):  a member of the public that is under the control of the syndicate 

Crash Test Dummy (n):  a practice target

Crew (n):  a unit of recruits and pawns under a single MO; an organized group or gang of stalkers

Dazzling (v):  using a high-tech lazer device developed by the CIA to blind targeted individuals while they are driving in order to cause victims to crash their vehicles (more serious than brighting) [Former FBI Director Louis Freeh's recent crash in New England is rumored to have been caused by dazzling.] 

Defacing (v):  making faces at a contract, or otherwise intimidating them

Deja Voodoo (n):  doing the same skit or street theater over and over again

Effect (n):  the fact that greedy and sadistic recruits (stalkers) are selected for managing stalking jobs more readily than anyone with integrity; a.k.a. "The Effect"

FBG (n):  abbreviation for fertile breeding ground

Fertile Breeding Ground (n):  a crew of nipple-kissers, based on the idea that they are a fertile breeding ground for future stalking managers

Gang stalking (n):  a synonym for organized stalking (see below)

General Leeing (v):  chasing after a target and threatening to rape them before immediately running away

Gigolo-Bop (v):  to make sexual advances to an unattractive target (term used mainly by nipple-kisser deviants)

Hang-Job (n):  the experience of having a target that one has enjoyed tormenting suddenly commit suicide (the term is mainly used by nipple-kissers and  nyunkias)

Herbert (n):  a child or young teen who participates in organized stalking 

Holy Poly (n):  a religious puritan recruit (stalker)

Incapacitator (n):  a device that affects the sleeping patterns/stress/fatigue/headaches of a contract

Lab rats (n):  BoT(F) synonym for pawns

Lomo (n):  short form of lomosexual (see below)

Lomosexual (n):  syndicate member with a knack for photography ("There's a lomo in every crew!")

Manager (n):  the head of a stalking crew

Mincing (v):  luring a targeted individual into the legal system

Nipple-kisser (n):  a deviant recruit (stalker), recruited because of a desire for sadism

NYUNKIA (n):  abbreviation for Not Your Usual Nipple-Kissing Incapacitator Asshole" (the "yu" is pronounced "oo" as in "moon"); a particularly deviant or sadistic BoT (F) member

Office boys (n):  Authority bureau synonym for pawns

Organized stalking (n):  “Gang stalking” – also known as organized stalking” – is a slang term for a set of tactics used in counterintelligence operations involving the covert surveillance and harassment of a targeted individual. The goal of such operations – in the parlance of counterintelligence personnel – is to “subvert” or “neutralize” an individual deemed by a government agency (or corporation) to be an enemy.
“Organized stalking” is probably a better term than “gang stalking” since it more accurately conveys the systematic nature of the crime, and it avoids creating the erroneous impression that the activity is connected with street gangs. [Taken from]
Pawns (n):  the lowest ranking persons in a syndicate (not technically members because they have no permanent service contract and don't know they are working for a syndicate; take orders from the syndicate but don't attend its meetings); a.k.a. concerned citizens, office boys, secretaries, lab rats, spelunkers, or travel agents

Perp (n):  short for perpetrator; a stalker  

Private life (n):  a syndicate member's life within the syndicate

Public face (n):  a recruit or manager's official life outside the syndicate

Punk actors (n):  stalking crew recruits who participate in organized stalking because they enjoy causing chaos and anarchy

Rainbow shock (n):  the act of a stalker's being nice to the general public after defacing a targeted individual

Rank (n):  a level in a syndicate

Recruits (n):  mid-level members of organized stalking crews (next level above pawns); are aware of a large conspiracy, but at a misinformed level; divided into religious actors and punk actors; only greedy and un-idealistic people are allowed to progress beyond the recruit level in organized stalking

Religious actors (n):  stalking crew recruits who often participate in organized stalking because they are led to believe they are helping to clean up their community

Sakurakai (n):  a crew that is particularly overt in its stalking and gets caught too often as a result; a crew that has to be cherried all the time

Secretaries (n):  Authority bureau synonym for pawns

Shallow Throat (n):  synonym for Nyunkia

Spelunkers (n):  Bot(C) synonym for pawns 

Street Theater (n):  skits performed in public that let targets know they are under constant illegal surveillance (often performed by persons who are unaware they are participating in organized stalking--they believe they are part of a grassroots movement and are not aware that they are harassing targets)

Syndicate (n):  an organization participating in organized crime and organized stalking

Targeted individual (n):  a person targeted by the syndicate for stalking and harassment; a victim of organized stalking; a.k.a. target


The Good Old Gang At The Office (n):  the crime syndicate 

TI (n):  commonly used abbreviation for a targeted individual

Trap (n):  initial phase of an organized stalking campaign against a targeted individual during which victims are prodded, manipulated, enticed, or subliminally influenced into taking actions that will allow them to be more easily controlled later; phase during which players who will help with the stalking campaign are moved into place and victims are "set up" (victims will almost never notice this phase) 

Travel agents (n):  BoA synonym for pawns

Trigger (n):  second phase of an organized stalking campaign in which the targeted individual appears to set off the overt part of the campaign by something they accidentally say or do; victims are made to believe the trigger is what set off the stalking of them, when it actually sets in motion what the people behind the stalking campaign intended to do all along

Unchained (n):  an authority that is not a pawn or a recruit

Uncovered (n):  synonym for unchained 

Voodoo (n):  the act of being hostile to a target (pointing, staring, etc.)

XXXXXXX (v):  to run over a target or chase them with a car 

XXXXXX XXXXXX (n):  rhyming slang for "big mistake" or "we shouldn't have used this method"

XXXXXX Necktie (n):  a death threat made with no intention of carrying it out

XXXX's Law (n):  a police department that is thoroughly under the syndicate's control

XXXXXXXXX Syndrome (n):  the state where a targeted individual becomes so socially unpredictable and badly off that stalkers can't think of many additional ways to make the victim's life worse

Yellow Meat (n):  criminals recruited into the syndicate

Zapperating (v):  using electronic devices to adversely affect the health of a targeted individual