The first scholarly book on MOBBING was written by Maureen Duffy and Len Sperry in 2012. Few people know what MOBBING is - that's why the U.S. Government in a New COINTELPRO-like Program is getting away with it.
The parallels between the Stasi in Repressive East Germany and The American Stasi Created by Dick Cheney and his Neocon Cohorts in the Bush Administration Are Stunning:
Both had as their goals using a part of the population/The Stasi to spy on the other.
Both used psychological methods to destroy those opposing authoritarian values.
Both are keeping surveillance files on innocents guilty of nothing except not thinking like the Repressive Authoritarians.
Both used as their rationalization for existence National Security.
Both infiltrated all sectors of the society with Stasi (in U.S. Stasi Gang Stalkers).
Both used fear and intimidation to covertly try to dominate the population.
East German Stasi monitored mail – American Stasi monitors internet.
East German Stasi had National People’s Army – American Stasi has Citizen Corps/Expanded Neighborhood Watch Groups.
East German Stasi operated prison camps – American Stasi uses UNREMITTING HARASSMENT/24/7 Conspicuous Surveillance/Gang Stalking/Mobbing.
Members of both East German and American Stasi are chosen for their political reliability/in case of American Stasi – right wing Authoritarian Neocons.
Estimates of Stasi in East Germany are between 174,000 and two million – American Stasi are at, at least, that number
East German Stasi included police and armed services – American Stasi definitely uses police, firemen, ambulance drivers, EMS, security guards – probably also parts of the military
Both the East German and American Stasi try to discredit their targets.
How Stasi are motivated:
“Informants were made to feel important, given material or social incentives, and were imbued with a sense of adventure, and only around 7.7%, according to official figures, were coerced into cooperating. A significant proportion of those informing were members of the SED; to employ some form of blackmail, however, was not uncommon. A large number of Stasi informants were trolley conductors, janitors, doctors, nurses and teachers; Mielke believed that the best informants were those whose jobs entailed frequent contact with the public.”
An Anti-Stasi Movement of Reform must be based upon:
Respect for human rights, including freedom of thought
Respect for the Rule of Law
Respect for the Bill of Rights and the American Constitution
An Investigation of the Secret Programs instituted during the Bush/CHENEY Administration and continued under Obama
14. Both East Germany and the United States are setting records for Surveillance of their Own People
The Stasi of East Germany perfected the use of Psychological Harassment – Zersetzung – decomposition –
“Tactics employed under Zersetzung generally involved the disruption of the victim's private or family life. This often included psychological attacks, such as breaking into homes and subtly manipulating the contents, in a form of gaslighting – moving furniture, altering the timing of an alarm, removing pictures from walls or replacing one variety of tea with another. Other practices included property damage, sabotage of cars, purposely incorrect medical treatment, smear campaigns including sending falsified compromising photos or documents to the victim's family, denunciation, provocation, psychological warfare, psychological subversion, wiretapping, bugging, mysterious phone calls or unnecessary deliveries, even including sending a vibrator to a target's wife. Usually, victims had no idea that the Stasi were responsible. Many thought that they were losing their minds, and mental breakdowns and suicide could result.
One great advantage of the harassment perpetrated under Zersetzung was that its subtle nature meant that it was able to be plausibly denied. This was important given that the GDR was trying to improve its international standing during the 1970s and 80s, especially in conjunction with the Ostpolitik of West-German chancellor Willy Brandt massively improving relations between the two German states.”
The U.S. Government with Government Gang Stalking has the same goals as the East German Totalitarian Government. The East Germans exported their Stasi tactics to other countries. U.S. Government Gang Stalking is reported to be going on in other NATO countries as well.
"Unless new and tighter controls are established by legislation, domestic intelligence activities threaten to undermine our democratic society and fundamentally alter its nature." Church Committee (US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Activities Within the U.S.)