Gang stalking is a destructive activity like mobbing and bullying, but it happens at a larger scale because the world is larger than just the workplace and the school.
Gang stalking is real:
The existence of gang stalking is a scientific fact which has been published in scientific journals.
In the former republic of East-Germany the initiation of gang stalking of a person or a group required the signature of the Minister of State Security. You can read this in Guideline 1/76 of the Ministry of State Security.
Paulette Cooper is a journalist who published a book about her being gang stalked by Scientology. This is the most notorious case of gang stalking of a person, known as Operation Freakout (1976).
The most notorious case of gang stalking of a group is the cordon sanitaire in Belgium (since 1989).
Luke Harding is a journalist who published a book about him being gang stalked by the Russian secret service.
The Baranov family got asylum in the UK and the USA because of the gang stalking that they experienced in Russia. www.BaranovFamily.org
If you still want to deny that gang stalking exists, then you make a fool of yourself.
Gang stalking isn’t rare:
Gang stalking is one of the most common practices. For a large part of the population stalking is their normal lifestyle. You need a large part of the population if you want to stalk 1 in 70 people.
Gang stalking is as if everyone is singing: “You are shit. We don’t want you here.”
Correction’s Officer Mary Jackson reported gang stalking to the FBI. She wrote: “An FBI agent told me when I reported it (and I quote) ‘Well stuff like this happens all the time. I suggest you just get on with your life and forget about it.’”
It is however, not possible to forget about gang stalking, and get on with your life because the stalkers use electronic weapons. You never get used to it, just like you never get used to toothache and headache.
Electronic harassment isn’t rare:
50% of all targets of gang stalking complain also of electronic harassment.
Gang stalking has serious consequences for the victims:
80% of all people who commit suicide do this because of gang stalking.
Almost all victims lose their job and never find a new job.
1 in 7 victims has become incontinent due to the harassment.
The large number of stalkers who go after a target creates an implied threat of violence. All crimes done to the target have to be seen in the context of a threat of violence. For example, stealing from a target has to be seen as robbery. All decisions made by the target have to be seen in the context of a threat of violence.
If you want more insight in gang stalking, then you have to ask yourself the following questions:
How do you explain that victims are harassed in just the same way in every country they go, even in countries that are each other’s enemy?
How do you explain that all gang stalkers keep their mouth shut?
How do you explain that no target in the world succeeded in locking the gang stalkers out of his house?
How do you explain that no target in the world succeeded in filming the gang stalkers during illegal entry in his house?
If you are a victim, then watch these movies:
Control factor (2003)
Disturbing behavior (1998)
Strange days (1995)
The brain (1988)
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