Gang Stalking: London Burns as PM States "Social Media Criminals"
The "tech-riot" of rioting flash mobs organizing via social media has been acknowledged at the highest levels of British politics and mainstream media after severe arson, looting, and violence rocked London and other cities in the UK for a third day. As expected, the leaders were largely silent about prior flash mob violence and looting and it took massive riots for them to react to and start grilling multinationals like Research In Motion to block criminals from organizing mayhem on their Blackberries. There are more cops on the street of London today than at any other time in that cities storied history.
As in the U.S., the growing trend of violent flash mobs robbing, assaulting and terrorizing the citizenry is prevalent in the UK today. It took a massive wave of costly riots to get the attention of government officials and the mainstream media. Now, the BBC is reporting on it and even Prime Minister David Cameron is working with police, and multinationals, to get criminals barred from social media and electronic texting. One MP, David Lammy, called for the shutting down of Blackberry's Messenger Service. The Guardian news article is linked below:
Gang stalking victims realize that social media is enabling gang stalking groups to operate and oppress their targets here and abroad. The criminal trends of riotous flash mob activity and gang stalking are like twin sisters (i.e., similar modus operandi). At the heart of the problem are the criminal lowlife who find strength in numbers and anonymity, and, are inclined to stalking, looting, arson and every other species of criminal group activity. They have evolved to the internet and social media to advance their pernicious proclivities.
In recent months the U.S. mainstream media has reported on the dangerous trend of criminal flash mob activity and even gang stalking to an extent. The "public panic" government officials fear of addressing, or, having a largely supplicant media address, is now matastasizing. Does the FBI need riots on the scale of London to address the issue? Is the need for secrecy and the fear of a "public panic" so great that we are willing to face the inevitable insurgency of criminal flash mob riots on a London scale before we address it?
Both gang stalking and criminal flash mobs need to be brought to light and addressed comprehensively before not after they leave carnage in their wake. A large part of this will be achieved by putting reasonable restrictions on the use of social media and other instant group communication, such as barring flash mob and gang stalking members from these privileges.
GOD SAVE THE LAW ABIDING CITIZEN!