Why Gang-Stalking Works
In tropical forests, one may find the strangler fig. Its life begins as tiny seeds dropped by birds into the crevices of other large healthy trees. The strangler fig seed begin to germinate in the crevices. It grows slowly, its roots eventually surrounding the trunk of the host tree. Its leaf canopy begins to overshadow the leaves of the host tree, depriving them of light. The strangler fig’s multiple roots eventually absorb most of the nutrients in the soil at the base of the tree. Cut off from needed nutrients and light, the host tree finally dies, decays, and leaves behind nothing more than a hollow core. In a slow but certain process, the strangler fig has sucked the life from a host that was once healthy and vibrant.
In a similar way gang-stalking and related psychological attacks are designed to surround, isolate and eventually destroy its victim. Like the strangler fig’s growth, the gang-stalker’s routines may develop slowly over a period of months or years. The gang-stalker’s intent is to completely surround the victim, cutting him off from friends, family and other support systems. Eventually, the victims 24-hour daily routine is monitored and manipulated by gang-stalkers and other covert operatives. The psychological attack eventually overwhelms the emotions of the victim. He becomes mentally unbalanced. His emotional reserves are depleted, and, he is isolated from any support systems that can bolster him. Like a tree surrounded by the strangler fig, his demise is near. He will eventually react to these relentless psychological attacks in a way that results in incarceration, homelessness, suicide, or death.
This gang-stalking methodology falls under a system of psychological operations being developed and tested on American citizens by covert quasi-military law enforcement agencies. The basic process described above has been taught by the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) since the 1950’s. “The purpose of all coercive techniques is to induce psychological regression in the subject by bringing a superior outside force to bear on his will to resist. Regression is basically . . . a reversion to an earlier behavioral level. As the subject regresses, his learned personality traits fall away in reverse chronological order. He begins to lose the capacity to carry out the highest creative activities, to deal with complex situations, to cope with stressful interpersonal relationships, or to cope with repeated frustrations.” - CIA Human Resource Exploitation Manual
Gang stalking is part of a pattern of psychological warfare that includes torture by remote, through-the-wall, directed energy weapons. The weapons of this war are silent, attacking the mind and emotions while leaving the body unscathed. Yet, its effects are just as destructive.
Gang stalkers is a colloquial expression coined to describe the covert front-line foot soldiers in this psychological war. They are individuals and teams trained for the express purpose of harassing the target of psychological attacks. It appears that local community policing groups may be participating in this harassment. They are usually moved in as neighbors of the victim; commonly form a phalanx of cars surrounding the victim while in traffic; and may be employed in places that the victim works or frequents in his daily routine. Because they have the backing of Federal level agencies it is quite easy to gain the cooperation of neighbors, property managers, and business owners to make this possible. Each individual gang-stalker plays a small role in the harassment. For example, as the victim drives there may be numerous vehicles that track his movements. Some drive behind him with one high beam headlight on, others drive in front to slow his movement in traffic. Still others are assigned to drive in tandem with him and block his line-of-sight to other non-gang-stalking vehicles or pedestrians.
If the victim lives in an apartment, it is highly likely that in a matter of weeks all of his immediate neighbors will be persons participating in a pattern of abuse. Each plays a small role. Some may provide noise harassment timed to coincide with the victims movements in his home (this is made possible by through-the-wall surveillance tools and listening devices). Others may play a small role when the victim leaves for work or arrives home. It may include simply being in the same place providing obvious surveillance each time the victims arrives. Or it may be other small actions designed in some way to humililate the victim. Still others may be “actors” who try to befriend the victim while seeking to isolate him from genuine friends. As false companions, they subtly poison his thinking, or eventually betray him in some way. These events are well coordinated, relentless, and reflect a deep understanding of the limitations of the human psyche.
These irritations may seem like little things. However, they take into account a fact well known to students of human behavior. The more distress a person is put under, the less they are able to emotionally distinguish the difference between minor and major irritations. Their emotional response to both becomes the same. That is why gang-stalking routines are a continuous barrage of small humiliations. The victim pays a major emotional price each time he gets angry, frustrated and embittered. This attack wears on for months . . . years. Therefore, as the CIA Human Resource Manual so aptly observes, “He begins to lose his capacity . . . to deal with complex situations, to cope with stressful interpersonal relationships, or to cope with repeated frustrations.”
The final “coup de grâce” is committed by maneuvering the victim into a public setting with plenty of “witnesses” and, most likely, surveillance cameras. Because the victim has been thoroughly sensitized to react angrily to minor humiliations that appear benign to bystanders, his increasing pattern of tirades, loss of control, irrational behavior, becomes a matter of public record. He is viewed as dangerous, schizophrenic, out of control, which further serves to isolate him from workmates and friends. He may lose his job, be incarcerated, or diagnosed with a mental disorder. In any event, in the final analysis, without a bullet or a billyclub, he has been destroyed.
These psychological weapons are slow-kill. Like the strangler fig, they slowly choke the victims environment by cutting off healthy interactions and association. The covert agencies developing these strategies have spent the better part of the past century seeking ways to exploit our common weaknesses. They’ve become quite good at it. Modern Psychology had its beginnings in the armed services, and continues to be its largest funding source. As a science, it exists primarily to develop weapons that attack the mind. Can you see why gang-stalking is so effective?
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