Quick Guide To Understanding Government Gang Stalking
Police, Firemen, EMS, Ambulance Drivers, Security Guards, Citizen Vigilantes using RED cars or trucks, Wearing or Carrying RED, riding RED bikes, pushing RED strollers - probably Our Neighborhood Watch Groups - are Gang Stalking average citizens 24/7 for years.
When My you tube channel gained hundreds of thousands of views, they added other colors. Today I am Gang Stalked primarily in RED, but also in Green and Yellow in that order of frequency.
What Is Government Gang Stalking?
The definition given to newswoman Candice Nguyen of the Central Coast News, KCBA.com, by “local law enforcement” was “gang stalking is when multiple people organized to systematically stalk and harass a person, whether emotionally or physically.”
The tactic being used – Mobbing/Gang Stalking - is discussed in a book published by Oxford University Press.
Mobbing Causes, Consequences and Solutions by Maureen Duffy and Len Sperry
police abuse is a serious problem. It has a long history, and it seems to defy all attempts at eradication.”
"We’ve seen Red Squads In America Before
From May 8, 2006 print edition of U.S. News & World Report.”
“Starting in the 1970’s, lawsuits and grand jury investigations uncovered all kinds of abuse by these units: illegal spying, burglaries, beatings, unwarranted raids, the spreading of disinformation. Americans engaged in constitutionally protected free speech were routinely photographed, wiretapped, and harassed –all in the name of national security.”
We know what the ACLU says law enforcement is doing today:
“Unfortunately, it appears that these old tendencies have once again come to the fore. Law enforcement agencies across America continue to monitor and harass groups and individuals for doing little more than peacefully exercising their First Amendment rights. A thorough search and review of news accounts by the ACLU reveals that these law enforcement behaviors have taken place in at least 36 states plus the District of Columbia in recent years. Americans have been put under surveillance or harassed by the police just for deciding to organized, march, protest, espouse unusual viewpoints, and engage in normal, innocuous behaviors such as writing notes or taking photographs in public.”
What we are seeing is reminiscent of the blacklists of the McCarthy Era, RED Squads, and COINTELPRO.
President Bush rescinded anti-COINTELPRO legislation. President Obama’s Attorney General didn't write new Guidelines for the FBI opening the door for what we are seeing. Trump is upset about the FBI's abuse of him, not concerned with its abuse of citizens.
President Bush in Operation Tips tried to get Neighborhood Watch Groups involved in the War on Terror. What we are seeing is their involvement in Government Gang Stalking - that has nothing to do with terrorism, but rather, is an egregious abuse of government power. Neighborhood Watch Group members are using red cars, red trucks, wearing or carrying red, engaging in the FBI tactic of conspicuous surveillance, probably using GPS in their 24/7 unremitting harassment/surveillance of citizens.
Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Schaffer told Judge Napolitano on Freedom Watch our Government was using Neuro-Linguistic Programming in its PSY-OPS program.
Members of the House Intelligence Committee need to ask why Firemen – who Gang Stalk – took workshops in NLP that teaches Anchoring after 9/11.
The NLP tactic being used on Citizens, THE CORE OF GOVERNMENT GANG STALKING, is Anchoring. The most frequent Anchors used are the colors RED, Green or Yellow.
Techniques used in Government Gang Stalking are constant conspicuous surveillance, Shunning where neighbors are elicited to Gang Stalk to socially isolate targeted citizens, NOISE to harass using power equipment, mobbing in the targeted citizen’s workplace, even intimidation with dogs. This is a program of UNREMITTING HARASSMENT reminiscent of the Stasi in East Germany.
Government Gang Stalkers are egoists: they look at everything in terms of what they want. Government Gang Stalking is all about their trying to impose their views on other people through a reign of intimidation and terror. They are gigantic hypocrites who wave the flag and then trash the Bill of Rights, the Constitution which is what makes America different from other countries.
The three main words in the vocabulary of Government Gang Stalkers are must, should and ought. They are all about trying to impose their will on reality.
Government Gang Stalkers are inauthentic people. They are outer directed, doing what authorities tell them is appropriate, obeying rules others have set for them, in the process forfeiting their responsibility for their own life.
They take over the explanation of things of their society without thinking things out for themselves. They say what authorities tell them they are suppose to say, act as their society tells them they should act, and value what their society holds up as values – all without much thought.
Their talk is often filled with gossip, trivia and cliché, the idle talk of inauthentic people who do not communicate their being to others and are not interested in the being, in the differentness of others.
The most important thing to them is that they be accepted by the they. They live in fear, of not living up to the standards others have set for them. They have strong needs to feel wanted, appreciated, desired, loved, accepted, welcomed. And they sell their souls to get those needs met.
Ironically, alongside their self-effacing trends are narcissistic trends. They are often perfectionistic – their yards are a groomed miracle. They have the best display of Christmas lights in the neighborhood. They seek prestige, the admiration of others. When that admiration isn’t forthcoming, they often feel humiliated.
These other-directed people live in a fog, not sure of what they really believe. Lost is the spontaneity of an authentic self. What they lack is individuality, a center in themselves that tells them who they are, what they really think and feel and value apart from what others think and feel and value.
What Government Gang Stalkers lack is autonomy, the ability to determine their own behavior regardless of the emotional pressure exerted by others. They can’t separate their emotional system from their intellectual system. They are molded and changed by others. They buckle under pressure for conformity. They feel anxious when trying to function on their own as separate, autonomous individuals. The crux of their problem is anxiety and much of what they do is to keep it at bay.
We can’t separate Government Gang Stalking from our American Society from which it has sprung. To understand it we have to look at the organizing principles taught in our families, our schools, our culture that determine how we see ourselves and others. What people do, how they act reflects the meaning events and situations have for us based on previous relational experiences, in families, in schools, in our institutions.
Government Gang Stalkers will only change when the Gang Stalkers arrive at new organizing principles for structuring their experience. And that will only happen with new intersubjective contexts where ideas of what is acceptable and what is unacceptable are changed.
We need to create institutions where people’s thinking comes from their own mental activity rather than regurgitating thoughts they’ve heard, where people’s feelings are the result of their own spontaneous evaluation of situations, not feelings one learned is appropriate to the situation. We need institutions not based on domination and submission, where people find their rootedness in their own unique, learn to rely on their own consciences, not outer authority to make decisions.
People must become the authors of their own activity again. That’s what freedom is – the quality most lost among the Government Gang Stalkers.
U.S. Government Gang Stalking is another example of Primitive "Acting Out" in America.