My latest book, CHAMELEO, focuses on a controversial phenomenon that has come to be known as "gangstalking." An excellent website called Fightgangstalking.com offers a plethora of perceptive insights into "gangstalking," a term that is often misinterpreted by those who are not aware of its true implications. This peculiar form of government-sponsored vigilantism (yes, I'm well aware that "government-sponsored vigilantism" is a seemingly paradoxical phrase, but it's a suitable characterization nonetheless) would, perhaps, be more appropriately described as "Organized Government Stalking and Mass Surveillance." Though this might indeed be a mouthful, the fact is that it's a far more accurate description. I would like to highlight some of the best push-back tactics proposed by Fightgangstalking.com:
"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 […]."
"We need to change the whole game and play it on our terms. Give the perps and their handlers some reasons to be uncomfortable. The way to throw a wrench into the Stasi machine is to expose its crimes to the public, and doing that sometimes requires stepping outside your comfort zone a bit […]."
"[C]ivil disobedience is a well-established, respected, and morally legitimate way to protest injustices. For targets of criminal harassment by corrupt members of law enforcement agencies and security contractors, it is even more than that; it is a necessary form of self-defense […]."
"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 […]."
"If you can afford to buy counter-surveillance and security equipment (cameras, alarm systems, locks, safes, firearms, bug detectors, signal jammers, etc.), you should do so […]."