WAILING FIRE ENGINES STALK UNJUSTLY TARGETED AMERICANS
• Victims say false alarms used as terror tactic by community-based "gang stalker" domestic terrorists. Are some firefighters in on the intimidation campaign?
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Okay. If it happened once, I'd say it could be a coincidence. But twice, three, four or five times in the past year or so? No, this apparent misuse of public property and manpower appears to come straight out of the fed fusion center- directed, police-protected community "watch" gang-stalkers' playbook.
Here's what happened yesterday about 5:30 p.m. as I was browsing inside a downtown Trenton, NJ pawn shop:
A fire engine comes screaming down State Street, a main drag, sirens wailing, horns honking, and stops right in front of the pawn shop -- which conveniently had its front door propped open (highly unusual for a store that deals in cash and valuables, I would say).
The fire engine parks in the middle of the street, directly in front of the open door. Firefighters fully garbed in protective gear, carrying axes and equipment, enter a build across the street. About ten minutes later, they are gone, apparently finding no fire, no public hazard.
I remark to the pawn shop clerk that this looks like what victims of community-based domestic terrorism call a "noise campaign," deliberate, malicious street theater intended to unnerve a target of government-spawned intimidation -- those who have been extrajudicially condemned to relentless surveillance, vigilante stalking and other malicious acts, including home intrusion, vandalism and poisonings.
The clerk says it happens "all the time" in front of the pawn shop. I offer the comment that many innocent people have been targeted by law enforcement and government agencies for reasons of politics and perhaps hate -- targeting made easy by community-based programs supposedly created to fight terrorism and street crime.
Then I notice a young man standing just outside the door, gesturing toward his throat and his head in the familiar sign language of gang-stalking. The clerk looks at him, knowingly. And I know at that moment, in my gut, that the clerk is in on the intimidation -- and that I am the likely target.
Can I prove it? Of course not -- and that''s what makes these highly coordinated noise and intimidation campaigns so effective. Who's to say there wasn't a smoldering cigarette found in a trash can? (And who's to say it wasn't planted there as a literal "smokescreen" for organized harassment?)
My mind flashes back a few weeks to when fire engines raced by me in the East Trenton barrio section, and again crossed my path as I turned onto Route 29, a major thoroughfare. And then I remembered the ambulances and EMT units that often scream by my vehicle, some weaving in and out, nearly colliding with my car.
Then I thought about the Trenton cop car that trailed me from adjacent Ewing Township and into Trenton, following me when I turned into a residential area (just to see if "the tail" would continue), riding my bumper for no apparent reason other than to intimidate?
And it's not just Trenton cops; recently, two Pennsylvania state troopers fell into formation behind my vehicle near my home; one of the PA troopers trailed me from across the river -- in Trenton. What a PA state trooper was doing trailing a PA resident in New Jersey is anyone's guess.
Do all Trenton firefighters knowingly participate in these harassment campaigns with a wink and a nod, knowing full well that some of the alarms that are called into the department come from those using the system as a tool of domestic terrorism?
No, I am not saying that. But I do believe that certain "made members" of the firefighter brotherhood know this drill -- which would explain the strategically-timed horn-blowing and siren-wailing.
Do often naive public officials, such as members of the Trenton City Council, the mayor, or even the fire commissioner, realize that public resources, manpower and revenues, apparently are being misused to terrorize residents and visitors?
Perhaps readers with connections to Trenton could copy and email this report to the mayor and the fire commissioner, just FYI.
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