WERE FORT HOOD SHOOTINGS A GANG STALKING CATASTROPHE?
There have been a lot of repetitive stories and information bandied about regarding the Fort Hood massacre. "Independent media" is largely abandoning a genuine investigation of this case, and, keeping the issues and reporting narrow enough to enable government misconduct to escape the court of informed public opinion. Yet, despite these glaring omissions and unanswered questions, this case presents an unavoidable question of motive and organized harassment. It has been widely reported that the shooter, Nidal Malik Hasan, was subjected to organized harassment. This included taunting for his political views on the wars in the middle east, as well as, direct attack on his faith. The real question is, was this a case of gang stalking/community-based harassment? Along with the hostile work environment suffered by Hasan, he also faced harassment off-base by neighbors. A fellow serviceman vandalized his car, including ripping off a religious bumper sticker. A police report was made of the incident. His workplace mobbing was intense enough for him to have hired a military lawyer to try to get out of his upcoming deployment as a psychiatric doctor in Afghanistan. Noteworthy is that the name of the lawyer, and the specific allegations made regarding the extent of his harassment are absent from all press accounts. It goes without saying that, after an incident of this magnitude, the military and FBI protected their asses by debriefing anyone with first-hand knowledge of his situation and the extent of his harassment claims. If Hasan was the victim of gang stalking then the evidence is there to find. It is in his community, his fellow officers, neighbors, and family would surely know the extent of his harassment. Unfortunately, no-one seems to be probing these questions. If Hasan was the victim of an FBI GANG STALKING COINTELPRO being conducted at a military venue then the exposure of this would lead to a full-blown Congressional investigation, and, the end of the social engineering experiment known as gang stalking. Besides the lack of obvious questions noted above, one can look at Hasan's behavior shortly before he "snapped" and analyze whether this may have been the behavior of a gang stalking victim aware of his 24/7 monitoring and seeking to deflect suspicions of his actions. His actions were too behaviorally consistent with his day to day life, this for a man who was about to commit the largest mass murder on a military base in the history of this country. He shopped at 7/11 the night before in his usual muslim garb. He paid a neighbor to do some chores for him just before his "departure". This seems to indicate a knowledge that he was being not only systematically harassed, but, constantly monitored in the 24/7 gang stalking protocol. So, it is likely that he never snapped, he knew he was being driven to a forced suicide by the community and he struck back at the community. The intentionality, bloodletting and magnitude of the attack belie any suicide-by-proxy interpretation.
A gang stalking COINTELPRO lasting for years will in most instances lead to the nullification of the target through forced suicide, involuntary commitment to a mental institution, imprisonment, or, homelessnes with severe mental illness ("effective marginalization"). The second most likely outcome will be a murder, usually of someone not related to the gang stalking conspiracy, but rather, a family member such as a spouse (this is something that will be easily written off as a psychotic episode). A third outcome is the retaliation against a part of the hostile community affiliated with the gang stalking which serves as a "proxy" (i.e., mass violence cases). The mass violence cases are the rarest outcome, but even representing a small fraction of a percent of outcomes, are inevitable, and, over time statistically predictable. This "acceptable mortality rate" is a military concept seen in everyday military operations. Its usage in the civilian law enforcement COINTELPRO scheme context is obscene.
It is well publicized that Hasan was the subject of a federal investigation preceding the shootings by several months. Injecting undercover police and civilian informants as "neighbors" and even making "friends" with the target is standard procedure in these types of cases. In reality, these people are, at best, state monitors. Patricia Villa moved into an apartment near Hasan less than a month before the incident. She visited Hasan on both of the two days preceding the shootings. He offered her some gifts and $60 to clean out his apartment. Many COINTELPRO victims develop a paranoia due to tactics like conspicuous surveillance and infiltration. In the documentary The United States v. John Lennon, Lennon described his paranoia, developed as a long-term COINTELPRO victim, as being severe enough for him to isolate. He ended up fearing friends and associates in the years preceding his murder, most of them, having nothing to do with the government's campaign against him. Likewise, Hasan's obvious awareness of being targeted and mobbed affected his psychological state. It is completely plausible that systematic harassment (i.e., gang stalking), including governement infiltration was the proximate cause of his actions. I post the following article for its detailed factual recital of his relation with Villa, and, because it demonstrates that sadly a small-town newspaper develops a fuller story than well financed national press and media outlets: http://www.roanoke.com/news/breaking/wb/225326
This case is certainly a mixed motive case. Hasan had deep religious reservations about his deployment as well as psychological issues likely including "compassionate PTSD". Nevertheless, serious reports of consistent harassment have appeared from a large number of credible sources in the wake of the incident. It also appears that the military, FBI and Congress seem to be closing ranks and going with a single issue "homegrown Jihadist" line. The failure to probe, in a systematic and thorough manner, the harassment motive is very detrimental. How can you ignore what was clearly an ongoing issue in Hasan's daily life? Who benefits when politics shape the very questions probing this issue? Certainly the military can view 13 dead and 40 odd wounded as similar to a bad day in the war. Is it fair for the military to escape scrutinay and make the truth about motive a casualty by seeking to squash questions tending to embarass it? The Washington Post had a recent article that raised the issue of religious/racial harassment and the oversimplified framing of the question of motive. I suggest this for further reading:
Hasan has been described as a loner. One person likely to have had an opinion about his treatment at Fort Hood was an Imam from Yemen who was in regular contact with him. He will never speak again since he was killed this month in a surgical strike against Al-Qaeda in Yemen. (The U.S. gave a whopping 70 million for "counter-terrorism" to Yemen, or, less than 1% of the billions given for the same purpose to Pakistan every year; good work Yemen, its the first time I've heard of a successful counter-terrorism strike in Yemen!). Do I have to become a cooincedence theorist, or, is this Imam sounding like a Jack Ruby figure?
Independent bloggers and journalists at sites like NowPublic do not have the resources that the major media has to do a proper investigative expose on the shootings. What we can do is ask the right questions. Garbage-in Garbage-out applies to journalism. If the issues and questions are never raised to explore the relationship between Hasan's harassment and the shootings, the programmatic and very, very destructive gang stalking that could be behind this massacre will never be exposed. This is ultimately an injustice to the families of the slain victims.
There are other factors that must be investigated related to Fort Hood. Since at least the early 1970's, Fort Hood has been a major training area for Psychological Operations ("PSYOPS), often with the participation of CIA. There are also a growing number of members of the Church of Wicca ("Wiccans") amongst the officers ranks, numbering in the dozens if not hundreds. Both of these variables could have played into mind control ("MC") and/or Gang Stalking against Hasan and others at Fort Hood.
The author has recently come across one of the best articles relating to the incident out of the dozens he has read. The article argues twelve points of deliberate disinformation spread by the Administration, Congress and mainsream media patsys relating to Hasan and the shootings:
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