Wednesday, February 3, 2016

A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Four: Methods of Resistance)


[Part Three of this series can be found by clicking HERE.]

Despite the dire seriousness of the gangstalking phenomenon (and if he had the ability to speak to us today, someone like Trayvon Martin could probably attest to how serious this situation really is), the bungling, Barney-Fife-quality of some of these perps can nonetheless be darkly amusing at times. 


Some of these amateurs, the ones they throw right into the field with very little training, manage to make complete jackasses of themselves.  Recently, my friend Dion had to drive from Humboldt to San Francisco for a doctor’s appointment.  Upon arriving in the city, he spotted a gangstalker on his tail.  After experiencing ten-plus years of  implacable surveillance, it's not surprising that Dion can identify one of these perps almost at a glance.  The telltale signs are unmistakable.  The body language, shifty behavior, and relentless shadowing all combine to reveal the obvious.  After all, the entire purpose of a gangstalker is to be noticed.  They’re not spies.  In fact, they’re the opposite of spies.  Their purpose is to do everything they can to get the target’s attention while appearing to be harmless to everyone else around them.  In this case, however, the gangstalker in question apparently decided to bring his girlfriend along with him—perhaps to show off his glamorous job as one of the new breed of Stasi police officers?  This perp was in his early twenties and a bit of a bungler.  Dion has had so much experience with these creeps, he could tell right from the start that this had to be the kid’s first night on the job.  So instead of trying to resist the wave, he dove into it.  He decided to approach them.  The perp seemed increasingly nervous as Dion proceeded to hit on the perp’s girlfriend.  The girlfriend, also in her early twenties, seemed to like the attention and broke the sacred rule of not interacting with the target.  Eventually, the perp had to drag his girlfriend away from Dion



As they were walking down the street, the girlfriend giggled and waved goodbye to Dion and whispered to her boyfriend, “He didn’t seem too bad.”  Oh, not like the al-Qaeda terrorist and/or child pornographer you had been told about?  Apparently, this perp’s girlfriend possessed more critical thinking skills than all these other gangstalkers combined. 



Case in point:  How easy it is for these surveillance organizations to indoctrinate the perps into believing the very worst about a targeted individual is made clear by an episode of What Would You Do?, a hidden-camera-type TV show that regularly airs on Primetime, an ABC television news magazine.  (You can see this particular segment on YouTube under the title “Obedience To Authority--From A Stranger--TV Show ‘What Would You Do’”).  The producers of the show hired a private detective to stand outside a grocery store.  An actress with a baby in a stroller is walking along casually buying produce from an outdoor fruit stand.  The detective approaches a random passerby, flashes the person an official looking badge, then tells the person, “Hey, see that woman over there with the baby in the stroller?  That’s not her baby.  She’s a kidnapper.”



“Oh, really?” says the incredulous passerby. 



“Yes.  Really.  Now I need you to help me.  I’m going to save the baby from that evil witch.  What I need you to do is distract her—ask her the time, anything—while I sneak up behind her and grab the kid.  Can you do it for me?”



In a nation raised on cheap television melodramas, perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that every person the detective stopped was perfectly willing to go along with what’s clearly a kidnapping in process



Each person did indeed stop the innocent looking mother and distracted her while the rumpled detective grabbed the baby, hopped in a van, and drove away!  One guy even blocked the mother’s progress like a football player blocking a pass while the actress screamed, “Help!  My baby!  Help!  Please!”



One woman looked extremely nervous when the surprise camera crew jumped out of the bushes and started asking her questions like, “Excuse me, ma’am, may I ask you a question?  Why did you choose to believe what that man told you?”



Realizing she had just helped a complete stranger steal a woman’s child for no good reason at all, the woman looked extremely distressed as she ignored their questions, leaped into her SUV, and peeled out of the parking lot. 



This is exactly the process used to lure perps into gangstalking.  These types not only require no training whatsoever, they don’t even demand any pay.  All you have to do is sound somewhat authoritative, flash a shiny badge, and say, “See that guy over there?  He’s a domestic terrorist.  He’s been talking about blowing up buildings.  He’s a child molester.  He’s a rapist.”  In the 1950s, they would’ve accused him of being a Communist.  The label doesn’t matter.  It just has to sound somewhat believable, and the innate vigilante in all of us will leap at the chance to carry out some much-needed unofficial street justice. 



The infatuation with the vigilante fantasy is very much engrained in American pop culture.  This need for vengeance is integral to so many folkloric pulp characters throughout the twentieth century and beyond, from Zorro to The Shadow to Batman to Dirty Harry to Charles Bronson in Death Wish, that the average person will jump at the chance to become a part of that fantasy, even if the reality is the exact opposite of the fantasy.  The obvious irony is that the people in the above mentioned scenario thought they were preventing a kidnapping when, in fact, they were helping to commit a kidnapping.  This mirrors how many of the perps are convinced that they’re fighting against domestic terrorism (because that’s what they’ve been told by the men with the shiny badges) when, in fact, they’re helping to commit acts of domestic terrorism against innocent, patriotic civilians.   



This love of vigilantism recently played itself out within the arena of a college classroom.  Consider Tom Roussey’s WJLA.com 3-26-14 article entitled “GMU Law Professor Pepper Sprayed During Lecture”:
           
Several charges are pending against a man who walked into a classroom on George Mason University’s Arlington campus and pepper sprayed a law professor.
           
The school says that on Wednesday afternoon during a law and literature class in this fourth floor classroom, an intruder entered.  He jumped up on the desk, announced that he was making a citizen’s arrest, and then pepper sprayed Professor Tyler Cowen in the face.
           
Cowen ran into the hall, and the intruder chased him until an off-duty officer who happened to be a student in class caught him at one of the building’s exits and held him until police arrived.
           
ABC7 was the only station there as police took the suspect into custody.

Ironically, the school says Cowen was teaching a unit on vigilantes—so some students may have initially thought that the situation was fake.
           
“It just seems bizarre, because I think of George Mason as a really safe campus,” said student Kristie Colorado.
           
12 to 15 people, including the professor, were briefly treated by medics for breathing issues.
           
Students at George Mason’s Arlington campus received an email about the attack hours after it happened.
           
“It's definitely very concerning that someone can just come into a building and assault a professor like this,” said student Shannon Orcutt.
           
The school says the professor was not seriously hurt and refused to be taken to the hospital.  Students were sent home for the day
           
“He’s a pretty big name in the economics department,” said Colorado.
           
Cowen is an economist and author and is one of the most well-known professors at George Mason.
           
It remains unclear as to why the suspect did this; the school says he is not a student at the school, and his name will be released after he appears before the magistrate and is officially charged.

Let’s briefly reread one paragraph in the article:  “Ironically, the school says Cowen was teaching a unit on vigilantes—so some students may have initially thought that the situation was fake.”  Consider the possibility that this was not ironic at all—that it was the entire reason for the attack.  In our current culture, one must not lecture about vigilantism or make a public stand against it.  After all, vigilantism is a very ugly word for the noble new profession pursued by the George Zimmermans of the world:  the 21st century profession of choice known as Surveillance Role Player, Super Patriot Extraordinaire, Fulltime Gangstalker, or Halfass Nazi Stormtrooper.  In this brave new world of ours, we can all know what it’s like to be Batman and the Joker all rolled into one:  We commit the crimes while solving them at the same time.  At this rate all crime should be wiped out within a few generations.  Eventually, of course, there will be so many gangstalkers that there will be no one left to stalk.  I guess they’ll have no choice but to stalk each other at that point, but let’s worry about that when the time comes.  For now let’s just enjoy the fun. 



But what about those of us who don’t want to join in on the fun?  How do you resist these amateur stormtroopers when they come creeping around your neighborhood?



Very often victims of gangstalking feel helpless and alone.  They can even doubt their own sanity (the main objective of gangstalking).  The only reason they can’t trust their own senses is because they know absolutely nothing about gangstalking, as no mainstream media outlet has acknowledged the phenomenon, not even as urban legend.  As H.P. Lovecraft once wrote, “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown” (12).  Therefore, getting the word out about the phenomenon—in any form necessary—should be the targeted individual’s primary goal.  Any prior knowledge on the part of the target, no matter how meager, will help to prevent the perps from using their gangstalking methods as a means of driving innocent people insane.  Eliminating that major tool of the gangstalkers will go a long way in rendering their entire operation completely useless.



In other words, the first helpful action you can take for yourself is to know you’re not crazy.  Once you’ve got that out of the way, you can begin to fight back.



I suggest taking advantage of an excellent website called fightgangstalking.com and studying in-depth the section entitled “Tactics for Fighting Back.”  These down to earth, prosaic methods are—for the most part—well within the capabilities of the average person.  It might be helpful if I briefly highlight some of the best pushback tactics proposed by this site:

Targets of organized stalking must wage a two-front war:  we must act locally to expose the harassment to neighbors and others, and we must expose what is happening on a national level as well.  Both objectives are critical […].

Targeted individuals need to exploit asymmetrical warfare principles.  As much as possible, we should employ tactics which are unpredictable, creative, cheap, simple and bold.  The worst thing a victim of organized stalking could do would be to adopt a cautious defensive posture […].

Gang stalking perps (including corrupt members of local law enforcement agencies) will not want to attract attention to their gang stalking crimes by doing battle with you in a public way, so they have to be very reserved in their efforts to suppress your exposure of what is happening.  You should exploit that […].


The author proceeds to offer such tactics as purchasing counter-surveillance and security equipment.  This requires some amount of money, of course.  If you don’t have enough funds to do this, it’s not at all expensive to photograph and/or videotape the perps, then post these photos and/or videos online.  Fightgangstalking.com advises:
           
Don’t post photos in a way that could be considered libelous.  For example, don’t write a caption which says ‘These are my stalkers.’  Instead, say something like ‘Here are some people I have seen near my residence, where I’m being gangstalked.  Maybe one of these people witnessed something that could be helpful.’
           
The most important tactic involves the dissemination of the truth.  Distributing flyers, a time honored American tradition, costs very little and is quite effective in dispersing cutting edge information among those who should be made aware of what’s actually happening in their neighborhood or their country or their world.  Even a highly trafficked website may never be encountered by the people most in need of seeing it; however, a provocative flyer taped to one’s front door cannot be overlooked or ignored.

You will accomplish multiple objectives by distributing flyers:  (a) your neighbors will have some clue about what is happening—which could force the local street-level perpetrators to limit their harassment somewhat, (b) the local police will be forced to contend with some inconvenient questions from citizens about what is happening, (c) the (non-cowardly) members of the news media might investigate and report on it, and (d) such reporting could create pressure for members of Congress to acknowledge the reality of organized stalking—and perhaps initiate an investigation—as was done by the U.S. Senate’s Church Committee during the 1970s regarding the FBI’s infamous Cointelpro operations and the CIA’s Project MK Ultra.
           
Leaving aside other low cost methods of transmitting information such as clever chalk messages scrawled on sidewalks outside the residences of known gangstalkers, subversive bumper stickers and business cards, and pithy self-inking stamps, one should never forget the old-fashioned, direct approach:

[S]ending letters to your representatives in Congress calling for an investigation into domestic counterintelligence crimes is a smart thing to do, and it requires very little time and effort.  You should send your letter (or email) to the member of the House of Representatives who represents your congressional district, and to both of your state’s senators […].  Consider writing your letter in the form of a question rather than an assertion.  Although you are in a position to be certain of the reality of gang stalking, the person to whom you are writing does not have such first-hand experience, and cannot know whether your claims are credible.  So instead of saying ‘this is happening and you should look into it,’ it might be more productive to ask whether the person you are writing to has any knowledge of the media reports about what appear to be domestic counterintelligence operations, and suggesting that an investigation is in order.
           
And let’s not neglect to exploit the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) while it’s still in existence:  “FOIA requests can be used to (possibly) find information about your personal situation—for example, whether you are under investigation or on a watch list.  It can also (possibly) be used to find information about organized stalking generally.”  I suggest using the key words “Surveillance Role Players” or “Cultural Role Players” in your FOIA request in order to narrow the possible results. 

           

A much more in-depth examination of these pushback techniques can be found by clicking HERE.  Though I certainly encourage readers to visit fightgangstalking.com, it’s also important to note that these are by no means the only methods of self-defense available to a target of gangstalking.  Other (far more esoteric) possibilities follow in Part Five of this series.



When engaged in a battle—whether face-to-face or otherwise—remember that it’s always best to turn your opponents’ perceived strengths into weaknesses.  For example, I once met a man named Marc at a backyard barbeque in Venice, CA who had been a member of the Church of Scientology for ten years.  When Marc realized that the Church was nothing more than a brainwashing cult and that he had been taken for a very costly ride, he opted out of the organization; however, the Church of Scientology does not take kindly to deserters, even less so than the U.S. military.  Church members proceeded to stalk and harass Marc nonstop for weeks at a time.  Fortunately for Marc, he had ten years worth of high level Scientology training to use against them.  He knew and understood their methods.  The Church had spent an entire decade instilling in Marc a very important idea:  that enemies of the truth were not to be tolerated, and that the best way to eradicate the enemy was to use his own weapons against them.  Using this method, L. Ron Hubbard and his Church had performed successful counterintelligence programs against the Internal Revenue Service for years and had gotten away with these crimes; they had been attacking the field of American psychiatry for decades, ever since the 1950s, in the same way.  (For evidence of this, I suggest reading Bent Corydon's well-researched book entitled L. Ron Hubbard:  Messiah or Madman?)




My friend took Hubbard’s dictum to heart and used his extensive knowledge of the Church’s harassment techniques against them all.  He knew their standard operating procedure would be to send one of their True Believers on a mission to trail Marc all over town in order to off-balance him, intimidate him, and generally drive him crazy-paranoid.  Because he knew this, Marc was able to get the jump on the Church and would begin each new day by tailing his tail before the intimidation campaign could even get off the ground.  Eventually, the poor Church operatives got the hint and backed off.  (Former Army intelligence officer Julianne McKinney, who suffered through similar gangstalking tactics for years, has related similar stories about successfully intimidating her harassers.  I recommend listening to an illuminating radio interview with McKinney, which can be heard in its entirety on YouTube under the title “US Army Intelligence Officer:  Gang Stalking Phenomenon is Precursor to Coming Holocaust.”)



Turning the tables on your enemies is always richly satisfying, of course; however, this particular method of resistance might be out of reach for some targeted individuals.  If so, it’s imperative to change the rules of the game to one’s own advantage.  Refuse to play on their board where the rules are stacked against you.  Make your own rules instead.  In fact, make your own game board from scratch….

To Be Continued In “A World of Stalking Fools” Part Five (Coming Soon)….

Sunday, January 24, 2016

A World of Stalking Fools: Strange Tales of Homeland Security and the Future of Mass Surveillance (Part Three: Surveillance Role Players)




[Part Two of this series can be found by clicking HERE.]

The desire for control runs rampant through our 21st century society.  What with the advent of Facebook, YouTube, and other such self-surveillance technology, many citizens aren’t afraid of the rise of Big Brother anymore.  Instead, they want to be Big Brother.  To find evidence of this strange sociological phenomenon, glance through your local newspaper; you might come across a mysterious ad searching for “surveillance role players.”  You may very well have seen these ads and passed right over them, not understanding what you were seeing (yes, just like Poe’s purloined letter). 

In August of 2013 an intriguing ad popped up on Craigslist.  This ad seems to give an official name to the perpetrators who engage in gangstalking.  For years targeted individuals had no idea what the gangstalkers called themselves.  One can’t ignore the significance of the Orwellian, bureaucratic language at play here:


The MASY Group is looking for motivated surveillance role players (SRPs) and scenario driven practical exercise Role Players (RPs) to support military training activities in the San Diego, California region.  Qualified personnel should demonstrate an established track record of conducting surveillance operations at various discretion levels, supporting surveillance training and military practical exercise training.  Individuals with previous military, intelligence community and law enforcement experience are highly preferred. 

Please note that the mandatory prerequisite qualifications for Role Players are as follows (b):  “A minimum of 5 years of counterintelligence (CI) and or human intelligence (HUMINT) experience with at least 2 operational deployments in a CI/HUMINT military occupational specialty (MOS) or as a member of a civilian intelligence community organization” [emphasis mine].

This is tantamount to placing an ad on Craigslist searching for a military veteran who’s had either five years of experience in the Navy or has at least ridden the submarine ride at Disneyland twice in one week.  This demonstrates how highly these corporations regard any level of involvement in gangstalking activity, even if you’ve simply spent a few years keeping a detailed journal on your neighbor’s highly subversive consumption of The Daily Show.  Also note that the ad specifically states that the “place of performance” will be the “San Diego region.”  For those who have already read my book Chameleo, you will know that most of the gangstalking activity endured by my friend Dion occurred in the Pacific Beach area of San Diego, the military town of all military towns.  

(By the way, it's also important to note that someone apparently decided it was time for the phrase "Surveillance Role Player" to morph into the far more innocuous sounding "Cultural Role Player."  See my 12-12-15 Cryptoscatology post entitled "Cultural Role Player" for more information about that development.)

Anyone familiar with the 1974 Alan Pakula film, The Parallax View (or the 1970 Loren Singer novel upon which the film is based), will be unable to overlook the similarities between this ad and the one placed in the classifieds by the fictional Parallax Corporation.  In The Parallax View, the purpose of the Parallax ad is to lure in violent, antisocial males as guinea pigs for their brainwashing program which transforms these eager new employees into mind controlled assassins who are summarily disposed of the second they’ve fulfilled their deadly function.  One wonders if Loren Singer, a member of the Office of Strategic Services (the forerunner of the CIA), based his fictional scenario on real life events to which he might have been privy thanks to his contacts in the intelligence world.  (Potential gangstalkers out there might want to keep the Parallax View firmly in mind before responding to such a promising ad.  If you wish to purchase a one-way ticket on the Oswald Train, however, please feel free to submit an application posthaste.)
 

According to a panoply of targeted individuals with whom I’ve communicated in recent years, the corporations involved in hiring “Surveillance Role Players,” and who are therefore at the forefront of the gangstalking phenomenon, include:              

● the aforementioned MASY Group (whose website describes the company as “a global provider of high impact National Security, intelligence, and private sector capital management solutions”);

● EKS Group, LLC (who promise to provide their loyal clients with “subject matter expertise with hundreds of years of experience in areas surrounding intelligence operations, law enforcement, counterintelligence, human intelligence, information operations, counter-terrorism, force protection, security matters, international diplomacy and foreign area knowledge”);    

● Prescient Edge (whose website ballyhoo trumpets the company as “a global operations and solutions integrator delivering full spectrum intelligence, technology, and security offerings to corporate, federal, and international clients”);

● and ITA International (a “global support services company” that specializes in “security and antiterrorism awareness” with a “focus on the maritime and coastal environments”). 

Other sources who have communicated with me in the wake of Chameleo’s publication report that three of the prime corporations involved in gangstalking activity are as follows: 

● InfraGard (which describes itself as “a partnership between the FBI and the private sector […] an association of persons who represent businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the U.S.”);

● Whitney, Bradley & Brown (who “understands the world of global security and international affairs” and “the challenges faced by U.S. and foreign governments, as well as their defense contractors as they navigate the complexities of technology and export control”);

● and DSAC (Domestic Security Alliance Council), a “strategic partnership between the U.S. Government and U.S. Private Industry” whose mission is to “advance the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)’s mission of preventing, detecting, and deterring criminal acts by facilitating strong enduring relationships among its private industry members, FBI Headquarters, FBI field offices, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Headquarters and Fusion Centers, and other Federal Government entities.”  Their website also boasts that the DSAC program is “free to members, and it offers high-value benefits including centralized access to security information, ongoing access to a network of diverse security experts, continuing education for its members, and opportunities to participate in DSAC committees.”
           
I can understand how the benefits would be considered “high-value,” particularly if you can use this network to initiate terroristic programs against those who have rubbed you the wrong way.  Case in point:  Not long before Chameleo was published, I was contacted by a former member of the U.S. military with experience in the corporate security industry who now runs a website called “fightgangstalking.com.”  Though the context may be different, the way this person became a targeted individual is not at all dissimilar to what happened to my friend Dion:
           
I got on the bad side of a corporate security executive at a major international corporation (at the U.S. headquarters of a Japanese car company).  Instead of firing me, he orchestrated a campaign of “mobbing” (intense workplace harassment) against me by his department full of corporate lackeys.  I very strongly resisted that harassment in various ways that did not go over well.

Because of his position and background, the aforementioned executive had connections to U.S. federal agencies.  (He was almost certainly a member of the Corporate-FBI alliance called InfraGard/DSAC.)   He also had connections with local law enforcement departments—and some sleazy private investigators on his payroll.  He arranged to have me blacklisted.

In gang stalking parlance, I’m a “targeted individual” (TI)—which, in a society with lots of servile farm animal citizens, is perhaps a badge of honor.
           
Despite all the grandiose claims of helping protect the free world from terrorism, the ugly truth is that these mass surveillance programs are being used every day for a far less noble goal:  revenge.  It’s very clear that when Dion refused to cooperate with the NCIS, a particular member of that agency decided to contact her cronies in the gangstalking community in order to bring the hammer down on my friend.  Put in simple terms:  Dion pissed off the wrong person.

Again, the irony should be clear:  These corporations and civilian organizations, ostensibly created to combat terrorism, are themselves the most dangerous terrorists of all.  I’ve never met anyone who was personally harmed by a member of al-Qaeda; however, I’ve come in personal contact with many innocent American civilians who have been stalked, harassed, and physically tortured by homegrown terrorists of the George Zimmerman variety.  Fifteen years after the events of 9/11 we must now ask the crucial question:  Who poses the greater threat against the citizenry, Middle Eastern terrorists or the corrupt American corporations who use Middle Eastern terrorists as a convenient excuse to run ramshod over every freedom guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution?

Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised by these developments.  After all, this situation is not at all unlike the Communist witch hunts of the ‘40s and ‘50s that destroyed the lives of so many innocent people.  As demonstrated by Christopher Simpson’s excellent 1988 book, Blowback, the “Red Menace” propaganda that whipped up so much hysteria in the United States beginning in the late 1940s, and continuing throughout the 1950s, was mainly dreamed up by ex-Nazi General Reinhard Gehlen who concocted elaborate—and almost entirely fictitious—warnings about the Communist menace in the United States in order to keep his new masters in the United States interested in his “expertise” regarding Russian affairs.  As a result, men powerful enough to change lives with the utterance of a single sentence merely had to suggest that a hated enemy—perhaps the next door neighbor whose puppy kept urinating on a Senator’s prized azaleas in the front yard—might have Communist sympathies in order to ruin an entire career once and for all.

If you think the above example is absurd or overblown, you would be wrong.  Not many people are aware that Gloria Naylor, the respected American author of such acclaimed novels as The Women of Brewster Place and Mama Day, has been a victim of gangstalking for almost twenty years.  In fact, she wrote an entire novel about her experiences entitled 1996 (the year her horrific experiences began).  Naylor’s nightmare very much reflects the outlandish torture undergone by my friend Dion in San Diego; however, the trigger for Naylor’s harassment is even more absurd that what Dion underwent.  She became a targeted individual over a trivial dispute with her next door neighbor, who just so happened to have a brother in the National Security Agency.  When the neighbor’s cat ended up poisoned, the neighbor blamed Naylor.  That’s when her experiences with gangstalking began.  To those of you who think this type of psychological warfare will never be waged against you, think again.  If you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, and you happen to pique some asshole’s wrath on the wrong day, kiss the illusory freedom you’ve always depended on farewell.  
 

And for those of you who think, “Gee whiz, maybe it’s a good thing that these spooks are watching all these scumbags 24/7.  That’s exactly what this country needs—good old-fashioned brute justice, not more red tape.”  Perhaps that attitude would be correct… except for the fact that the “scumbags” (i.e., terrorists, rapists, pedophiles, conmen, and criminals of all sorts) aren’t the ones being scrutinized.  For the most part, in fact, the ones in charge are the very same “scumbags” listed above.  As I said before, many of the perps involved in gangstalking are being blackmailed into performing these acts.  Those most open to blackmail are those who are already engaging in criminal behavior.  So now we have a situation in which criminals are being funded by the United States black budget to monitor innocent civilians being accused of terrorism by far rightwing spooks with over two thousands years of Christian righteousness fueling the religious war of purification waging quietly and covertly in their disordered brains. 

The alphabet soup of intelligence agencies whose budgets soared after 9/11 will look us straight in the face and claim that their efforts have made this country a better place.  Stop a moment and ask yourself a variation on a crucial question that President Ronald Reagan once asked the American people.  During the 1984 Presidential race, Reagan asked his constituents, “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?”  At the time the question was a resounding, “Yes!”  Ever since then, savvy politicians have used variations on the same question to win votes from the American people.  But the one question that no politician will ever ask the American people is as follows:  “Do you feel more free than you did four years ago?”

The reason this question will never be asked is because the answer would be the same for every single American across the political, sociological and racial spectrum.  The resounding answer would be “NO!”  Even the gangstalkers feel less free than they did in the past.  Many of these perps are speaking out about the positions in which they find themselves.  They’re monitored more closely than the people being stalked.  My friend Dion saw this firsthand when one of the gangstalkers actually broke character just long enough to try to pass along a piece of advice in a random public restroom in Minnesota before the perp’s handler barged into the bathroom and practically dragged the man out by the collar. 

If the purpose of this nationwide gangstalking program really was to curb mass violence and domestic terrorism, why have so many outrageous, violent scenarios increased since 9/11?  Consider this:  These operatives had enough money, time, and manpower to monitor my friend Dion—who was doing absolutely nothing to anybody that warranted such insane violations of the United States Constitution—but they were not at all aware of the suspicious activities—both online and off—of a blatantly disturbed teenager like Adam Lanza who enjoyed spending his downtime at the local firing range with his gun-loving mother?  They were not at all aware of the murderous schemes of Syed Rizwan Farook who posted her ghastly intentions on Facebook years before she picked up an arsenal of semi-automatic firearms and gunned down fourteen of her husband’s co-workers in a San Bernardino banquet room?  They were not aware of the catastrophic plans of Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bombers, despite the fact that the two terrorists ostensibly made no secret of their intentions among their network of college friends in Boston?  They were not aware of the reprehensible activities—both online and in the classroom—of organized pedophiles operating blatantly out of elementary schools and Catholic churches in Southern California in recent years?  And yet somehow these super sleuths had the wherewithal to monitor my friend’s phone calls to such a degree that they once went out of their way to cut off phone communication between us in order to prevent me sending him money via Western Union.  How can both these realities be true at the same time?  If they have enough time to monitor the most mundane activities of Dion Fuller or Gloria Naylor or the thousands of other targeted individuals in the United States, then they must have enough time to monitor the real threats as well—the Adam Lanzas, the Boston Marathon bombers, all the domestic terrorists who have plagued our headlines during the past few years.  But they don’t.  Instead they waste literally thousands of dollars gaslighting a male Caucasian heroin addict in San Diego and a female African-American novelist in South Carolina?  Why?  
Because they’re not interested in stopping crime. 

Because the true terrorists are the ones in charge of the gangstalking program.

The inner workings of these gangstalking cells are quite similar to those of secret societies throughout the ages.  This is also rather ironic, since many gangstalkers appear to be heavily invested in extreme rightwing ideology, which often harbors deep paranoia regarding non-Christian fraternities of all sorts, including the Freemasons, the Rosicrucians, the Shriners, etc.  And yet the cosmic joke’s on them, because their little gangstalking cells are without a doubt distorted, warped extensions of these very same secret societies—at least in terms of the internal structure of the operation.

Listen carefully here, for this explains why the gangstalkers often exhibit polar opposite qualities.  Sometimes the architects of the operation seem to be strategic geniuses who can pull off surveillance and/or harassment schemes with the coordinated grace of the Bolshoi Ballet, and yet at the same time the individual perps themselves can often come off as third-rate bunglers completely lacking in finesse, stealth, or improvisational skills (i.e., the ability to quickly modify a plan once a situation has abruptly altered).  Like many secret societies, the operation has a pyramidal structure.  This explains why some of the street level operatives can seem so amateurish at times—because, unlike the taskmasters at the top of the dog pile, many of them are indeed amateurs. 

To Be Continued In “A World of Stalking Fools” Part Four (Coming Soon)….