Gangstalkers think they are God
The victims of gangstalking, often find themselves set-up to survive the most difficult and shameful types of harassment and torture possible. I often wonder how can gangstalkers can live with themselves? The answer of course is that they are narcisistic/sociopathic/psychopathic. It's a dangerous combination because it means thy have no moral compass, so they are easy to control, and seldom feel remorse for their destructiveness.
To a large degree though, even 'normal' people can be led by an authority to perform atrocities. This was demonstrated in Milgrams obedience study. Milgram, hired by military researchers, wanted to understand what would make a country like Germany and the citizens of Germany; into a rouge nation of extremists during WWII.
In other words, "Was there a mutual sense of morality among those involved?" Milgram's testing suggested that it could have been that the millions of accomplices were merely following orders, despite violating their deepest moral beliefs. The experiments have been repeated many times, with consistent results within societies, but different percentages across the globe. However, in Milgram's first set of experiments, 65 percent (26 of 40) of experiment participants administered the experiment's final massive 450-volt shock!!! (wiki)
Imagine, the ego-mania of those who organize gangstalking, (not just the massive amount of pions, who don't understand the whole things and get led to do something stupid or small and mean), I'm alluding to that small percentage of organizers that really know what is going on here and they know about the murders, the beatings, rapes, druggings, kidnappings, the forced experimentation, the impoverishmen of denying a person work and school and a normal life, etc. There is that small percent of organizers that knows these things and they continue on with their agenda. They think they should, change us. Change our values and who we are. In their bloated sense of narcissim festooned with Machevalian justifications, they really think they are 'entitled' to harm others.
Just as God made us "in his image". They think they should make the world in to their image. As a perfect reflection of what they want and what they think. The organizers have no margin for dissent or real questioning. They are too afraid. Too drunk with power.
On the other side of all this, is the soul. The soul is the fearless and humble part of humanity. It is the part that supports society without needing to obliterate the non-conforming parts. It, in short, is humility. Humility and compassion are two attitudes that elude the organizers of gangstalking.
Humble, fearless and moral people are an organizers worst nightmare because of their firm moral compass. The HFM will quietly continue on in the world, non-harming and doing what they need and want to do. Not allowing a gangstalker entrance into their lives. One of the interesting things about the organizers of gangstalking is that they choose gangstalkers without a firm moral center because people like this are easier to manipulate and the less morality they have the more they can be manipulated, and the more a gangstalker gets manipulated the more vulnerable they are. The average gangstalker, is totally at the disposal of his organizer. The organizer is like a god to the gangstalker. The organizer fattens his ego in this way too, with so many non questioning servants around and so many victims, the organizers must feel totally justified in thinking he has the entitlement and authority to torture other human beings.
On the other hand are the people who are Humble, fearless and moral in attitude, generally speaking. Milgrams study showed these people are around though and willing to take unpopular and brave steps to protect their morality. HFM people are very few and far between, as a victim of gangstalking maybe able to attest to.
In the Milgram experiment, described in the book Obedience to Authority, pp. 48-49, Stanley Milgram described one of a very few individuals in the entire series of experiments who was able to successfully resist authority without experiencing feelings of shame. This subject, a professor of religion, explained that his reason for being able to resist unjust authority with equanimity came from his religious faith. The subject explained that "If one has [God] as one's ultimate authority ... then it trivializes human authority."