Manchurian Candidates and Gang Stalking

Organized gang stalking is also called predatory gang stalking (predator vs. prey). The prey is sometimes killed – reality! This system has a structure very similar to multi-level marketing, a hierarchical structure in the pyramid fashion.

It is much more loosely affiliated than ‘pyramid’ networks but the organization of many boots on the ground, less community organizers, and a few ‘godfathers’ at the top is obvious.

The assaults and attacks come in a myriad of ways but can be identified primarily in three aspects. The first and most obvious is the direct intervention into the target’s life by physical presence or simply, the stalking.

The second aspect is the indirect assaults that are executed by negatively affecting all elements of the targets connection to society including financial, medical, educational, career, or anything that would have a paper trail. This aspect involves the character assassination by way of falsification of records and slander to all who have been, are, and will likely be associated with the target including the closest family and friends.

The third aspect is an evolution into a more hideous evil from a historical perspective and is due to the advent and availability of lethal and non-lethal directed energy weapons. This aspect of organized gang stalking is called electronic harassment. This alone is a topic unto itself due to the unimaginable dimensions and technological capabilities of today’s electronic weaponry.

If you’re unfamiliar with electronic harassment caused by directed energy weapons, here are links to sources to acquire directed energy weapons. This is to emphasize the validity of the activity by the mere existence of the weapons. Why these products (weapons) are not outlawed speaks to the government’s involvement in this humanitarian crime. Directed Energy Professional Society and Amazing1

Continuing, a high level of involvement from secret societies, fraternities, cults, and clubs is the backbone. Freemasonry and other “white masonry” clubs (beer/cigar/do-gooder clubs) as well as unions, fraternities, and cults indoctrinate unsuspecting individuals into gang stalking using peer pressure.

From this mid-level operating force, community organizers, recruiters, and messengers spread their tentacles into municipal governments, businesses, schools, churches, and any other group or willing and naive participant that will join. Instead of street-corner peddlers pushing drugs, these perpetrators deal in lies, character assassination, sabotage, and assault – both physical and psychological.

The modern-day cell phone, with all of its technological capabilities, provides for real-time information sharing on a targets whereabouts, destination, appearance, and ‘value.’ Considering today’s availability and access to cell phones, anyone with a cell phone can be recruited into organized gang stalking from senior citizens to grade school age children. Many involved parents will use their own children as assistants and role players in “perping” a target.

Local emergency professionals as well as postal, shipping, and utility workers, combined with neighbors, work associates, and family – yes, family – can make life a living hell for an individual considered an “undesirable” in the community. The victim now has to navigate society and a system of stalkers like a harbor seal swimming in shark-infested waters. This system has been perfected into the ideal killing mechanism with silent kill, slow kill, and soft kill being fitting terms. In its entirety, outright murder, but in its sinister application, it escapes prosecution by plausible deniability.

A slow death by assassination from co-conspirators is achieved by a continuous stream of “soft” blows to both the individual’s body and mind as well as his/her environment. Defamation by slander, isolation by rejection, demoralization by bullying, destabilization by unemployment, and despair by complete poverty and loneliness.

Many victims fall into the psychiatric institution

Many victims fall into the psychiatric institution while others are provoked to rage and are incarcerated. Then of course suicide often follows despair and these numbers as well as the those of incarceration or institutionalization are kept suppressed or categorized by some excepted diagnostic title such as schizophrenia.

Finally, there are a few who are used as Manchurian candidates to fuel the gun control agenda and other invasive government initiatives. Aaron Alexis, Jared Loughner, and possibly James Holmes (he seemed cooperative) and Adam Lanza (perhaps the victim of a diabolical government propaganda stunt ).

Basically, the onslaught of psychological attacks is trauma-based mind control. So some of these individuals fall into the hands of CIA-connected psychiatrist who then phase in the element of psychotropic medication to create the optimum mind-controlled slave or ‘Manchurian candidate.

authored on (12/31/2013)

I Want to Belong – Improve Confidence by Being Part of the Gang

Being part of a crowd or group can give us a sense of belonging, a feeling of identity. It can reinforce our sense of who we are. People often gain confidence from being part of a gang, it can provide reassurance that our beliefs and values, even ourselves are acceptable.

As a young person being in a gang is a way of defining their identity. Young children often enjoy becoming a member of a Brownies, Cubs or Scout pack. There is a shared bond and an automatic sense of friendship and belonging. It teaches about becoming friends and the shared responsibility, respect and loyalty that we have towards each other in these groups.

As they start to grow up, many young people feel unsure of themselves. They lack confidence in their opinions and tastes and becoming part of a gang provides a safe way to express those views. Young people often lack the life experience and maturity to have tried out their attitudes and opinions in the wider world. There is almost too much to know, too much to have an informed opinion about. And so a gang can become a safe extension of the family in which to experience aspects of life in an intensive but protected way.

For young people, problems can arise if the gang becomes all consuming. Some young people adopt every aspect of the gang mentality without having the sophistication to be able to identity which parts suit them and which do not. That can be disconcerting for family and other people they come into contact with, but for a time it is often part of stretching their personality and intellectual muscles as they begin to grow up.

Some gangs are almost sect like in their approach and can require adherence to a strict code of beliefs and behaviour. Often gang members will dress in similar clothes, have their hair styled the same way, share tastes in music and socialising. Interesting, when they have often been so desperate to get out of one uniform, only to put on another. This is often when being part of a gang can appear to be rebellious or shocking. Dress, tattoos, music, body piercings, bad language, maybe drug use, can all be a part of the gang identity and bring an excitement at appearing rather dangerous.

Security can be another factor of belonging to a gang. There is a shared camaraderie that protects and supports each other. It can provide almost a substitute family environment, as often a young person may feel misunderstood or unappreciated in their own home. The gang can take over and provide the nurturing and security needed for a time.

Often parents and family are horrified at the way the gang looks. They may seem odd, unorthodox, menacing, but that is often the attraction to a young person. It is part of flexing their muscles, prior to branching out on their own as an independent young adult. Often the young people who behave in this way are intelligent, questioning and highly motivated and turn into bright successful young adults.

Older people tend to call their gangs groups or clubs. These are often rather more formal in their set up and are often selective in their admittance policy. Members will share the same interests or outlook and gain comfort from that shared bond. A group will reflect their values and provide a sense of security and acceptance. It reinforces their sense of who they are and their place in society.

Groups for older people often bring together people who have a common need or interest. They provide an outlet based on sport, a desire to do business together, marital status or personal development requirements and the benefits that come from belonging. These groups may have a membership requirement and a code of behaviour attached so that members can feel comfortable about the standards of behaviour expected from each other. That reassurance of respectability is an important factor in many cases.

Biker Business….

With motorcycle gang violence again under scrutiny, it’s worth remembering an ominous warning about a biker blueprint for consolidating and carving up territory amongst the strongest clubs to maximise illicit incomes.

The warning was contained in a confidential assessment prepared in New Zealand on the activities of the Bandidos and the Highway 61 club and an agreement between Australian motorcycle gangs.

Bandidos chapter president Rodney Monk was gunned down outside an East Sydney restaurant on Thursday night in what appears to have been an internal club dispute. Police are hunting former Banidos sergeant-at-arms Russell Oldham in connection with the killing. Monk has since been named as a cocaine “broker” with links to an organised drug syndicate.

And on Saturday three members of the Highway 61 gang were arrested in Adelaide over the blackmail and bashing of a local man who owed money for drugs. The men were arrested at Adelaide airport after flying in from Sydney, allegedly to further threaten the victim. Two of the bikies were travelling under false identities.

Acting Detective Superintendent Graham Goodwin said after the arrests that such violence was become more common amongst bikie gangs.

“We are becoming increasingly aware that members of motorcycle gangs and their associates are threatening and extorting members of the community to obtain money and other assets,” he said.

In the document called “A Preliminary Report on the Bandidos Motor Cycle Club Merging with the New Zealand Highway 61 Motor Cycle Club” prepared by New Zealand police in 1996, details were given of plans by international biker gangs to drastically reduce the number of outlaw motor clubs proliferating world-wide.

“This [move] began in America where most motor cycle initiatives appear to begin, and through the reaches of the empire of the strong gangs, such as the Hell’s Angels and Outlaws, spread to Europe through their associated chapters and affiliated groups, and then to other countries of the world,” the report said.

“The reasoning behind the activity was to limit and control the amount of competition for the shrinking dollar in the illicit trading arena such as the drugs market, and to strengthen the financial position of the major corporation players.

“…where minor gang entities exist, they were either to be chartered (taken over) or absorbed by takeover, or eliminated completely, often through extreme violence, [including] homicide through shootings and bombings.

“In early 1994, following the world trend, there was a meeting in Sydney, Australia, between the major gangs where it was decided informally that the gangs in that country would adopt a similar stance to that already being set up by the rest of the [multinational] gang business world-wide.

“There would be a maximum of six gangs controlling Australia by the year 2000.”

Under what was dubbed the “Australia 2000 Pact” the six gangs that would dominate were the Hell’s Angels, Outlaws, Bandidos, Rebels, Black Uhlans and Nomads.

The contents of the confidential report were revealed to the SA parliament on July 2, 1996 amid growing fears in that state of motorcycle gang violence.

The SA parliament was told that the confidential report detailed how New Zealand bikies had links to Australian gangs involved in trading and selling illegal weapons.

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