Military Gang Stalking Methods
In a recent article called "Coercive Games", John Robb, author and former military counterintelligence agent, describes the power of anonymous group harassment, organized and fueled by social media, to target individuals and their families using secret groups he calls "darknets". Here is a quote that is hauntingly familiar to the reported experiences of gang stalking targets in America and elsewhere:
"Early work on this type of protest can be seen in the work of 4Chan's Anonymous and China's human flesh search engine. Both of these open source movements have shown to be surprisingly powerful at targeting single individuals (and poor at disrupting organizations). By using thousands of contributers, they are able to gather intelligence information on an individual (and their family). In short, learn everything about the target down to bank account numbers. This then enables the movement to target the individual and their family with:
- Stalking and harassment. In the street, at a restaurant, or at school. Identity theft. From financial to professional. Publication of private information. Denial of communication. Flood phones, e-mail accounts, voice-mail, etc.
In short, any online group of sufficient size could launch an effort like this. However, to really zoom the effort and turn it into a coercive tool, one modification should be made. It should operate as an online game. Here's a potential template:
- Experience points for accumulating information. Pics snapped with a cell phone camera. Points for financial account information. Etc. Experience points translate into basic improvements in status which improves the weight of a contributor's vote (on the next target, the quests to open, etc.). Quests. Equivalent to counting coup on a tribal enemy. Draining the target's bank account. Gaining control of a voicemail system. Tagging the target with paint. Disabling the target's car. Quest achievement translates into special recognition (emblems, new tools, positions of leadership, etc.). Competition. Contests between individuals or groups to complete a given task within an alloted time period. As in first to....
Think in terms of this game running as a darknet (not visible to anyone but invited players and only those that have deeply enmeshed themselves in the game)."
What type of Blowback does the domestic use of these Comintern tactics have?