Training a Generation for Gangstalking
Should we be surprised at the fast developing rise in organized and institutionalized forms of psychological violence and covert torture in western culture? Are the complaints of government sponsored and community supported gangstalking and covert torture with remote silent microwave and acoustic weapons a surprise event or a natural outcome of trends in western culture?
Please consider the following events, and think of how they have created the invasive surveillance and torture culture currently under development in western society:
Think of the reality TV craze. It has given the public an unhealthy appetite for hidden-camera video voyeurism. The first reality TV show started in 1992 on MTV and was a pioneer in what is now the most popular type of television and cable programming viewed by our generation. Reality TV has created an international appetite for blatant voyeurism and sadistic thrills from viewing the most personal miseries of others. One critic called reality TV "a genre that often caters to the lowest common denominator, and that seems to extol such base characteristics as deceit and greed."
Please, ask yourself: Has that prepared the minds of people for participation in modern-day gang stalking and covert 24-hour surveillance of targeted individuals? If so, was that merely a unintentional effect, or a willfull act of propaganda?
We have also seen a shift in the sort of violent horror movies fed to the general public. A trend also seen in the past twenty years is the rise of movies depicting not only physical violence, but also extremely cruel psychological manipulation and violence. The icon of this genre is the movie Silence of the Lambs which not only attracted a wide audience, but took both physical and psychological violence to new depths. Such movies not only desensitize the public to such violence, they also train a generation to enjoy the suffering of others at the most wanton level.
Please ask yourself: Has this insatiable appetite for violent entertainment made the participation in psychological 'no-touch-torture" employed in gang-stalking acceptable, even appealing? If so, was that merely a unintentional effect, or a willful act of propaganda?
Interestingly, one Canadian study has revealed the from 1993 to 2001, physical acts of violence on television during prime television hours increased 378% and the number of violent acts per hour increased 355%. However, this study also took note that psychological acts of violence as of the last year of the study (2001) not only increased in 2001 (3 947 acts compared to 3 689 physical acts), but that psychological acts per hour (42.9) surpassed physical acts per hour (40.1).
For this study, psychological violence is defined as "any act aimed at undermining the moral or psychological integrity of an individual or at causing in the individual an undesirable psychological state such as anguish, fear, humiliation, loss of self esteem, rejection (withdrawal of love), injury to reputation, mockery, guilt, and any state that results in psychological suffering." --Violence on Canadian Television Networks http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2533816/
What effect is this steady stream of psychological and physical television violence having on this generation? Is it lowering our natural aversion to participating in psychological programs designed to emotionally destroy others? After all, isn't the express goal of psychological warfare that includes gangstalking to cause "anguish, fear, humiliation, loss of self esteem, rejection (withdrawal of love), injury to reputation, mockery, guilt . . ?"
Again, I ask you to consider the question: Is the willing adoption of these cruel tactics in our communities merely a unintentional effect of this satiation with televised psychological violence, or a willfull act of propaganda?
We have not even touched on the psychological and physical violence in computer games, and other widely available and popular media. However, taken on the whole, would you say that we have been influenced, indeed propagandized by the relentless stream of violent programming? Is that simply a coincidence or are we being willfully influenced as a culture? Researchers generally look for the effects of violence in the media in crime statistics. However, is it not also reasonable to carefully examine the more subtle and insidious effects such violence has on the viewpoints and decisions of the average citizen?
Who would have both the will and the means to influence an entire generation to adopt a cruel, merciless, sadistic way of life that history has already condemned? Is there a unseen hand behind it all, manipulating masses of people with a macabre genius? Where will it all lead us?
(1 John 5:19) ". . . the whole world is lying in the [power of the] wicked one."