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Sandy

Oakland, CA

#22 Mar 5, 2013
Thanks Lilith. Those are informative posts.
Lilith

Newington, CT

#23 Mar 6, 2013
Sandy wrote:
Thanks Lilith. Those are informative posts.
You're welcome, Sandy.
You've provided some excellent sources, yourself.
Lilith

Newington, CT

#24 Mar 7, 2013
Sandy

Oakland, CA

#25 Mar 7, 2013
Lilith wrote:
That's a good one. Unfortunately he has a target circle around him.
Suburgatory

Anonymous Proxy

#33 May 8, 2013
May 8, 2013 12:15 PM

Harassment/Middle Finger:

Female. Blonde. Caucasian. Long hair. Middle-aged.

White Dodge Pick-up 4x4.
White cab with side and back tinted windows.
Front panel on passenger's side dented and rusted.

CT license plate recorded.
Hilo

United States

#34 Jun 14, 2013
If your neighbors and friends turn against you because of thoughtless lies and rumors, then they aren't really friends or neighbors at all. In fact, they aren't any better than the original perpertrators themselves. It's best to steer clear of them and put your focus on your true friends and family. Those who know that lies spread about you aren't true. By becoming angry towards these people only fuels them more.Return thier hatred with kindness. Rise above petty bickering.
Lilith

Netherlands

#36 Jun 15, 2013
An excellent source of information for targets of Organized Stalking and others:

http://fightgangstalking.com/
Lilith

Germany

#40 Jun 16, 2013
Hilo wrote:
If your neighbors and friends turn against you because of thoughtless lies and rumors, then they aren't really friends or neighbors at all. In fact, they aren't any better than the original perpertrators themselves. It's best to steer clear of them and put your focus on your true friends and family. Those who know that lies spread about you aren't true. By becoming angry towards these people only fuels them more.Return thier hatred with kindness. Rise above petty bickering.
Yes, you are correct. In fact, this issue has been discussed on several Organized Stalking forums. Perpetrators of this crime feed on reaction from targets.....they get off on it. It has even been speculated that the "lower level" perpetrators' fees are higher when they report a reaction from targets.

As far as showing kindness in the face of hatred.....I take issue with the term "petty bickering". Some targets of Organized Stalking are, literally, fighting for their lives. It is just as productive to ignore the harassment and still wish for their demise.
Lilith

Anonymous Proxy

#42 Jun 19, 2013
The marginalization of people who speak truth to power – the example of Noam Chomsky

Glenn Greenwald at the Guardian has written a classic column on the ways people are dismissed and marginalized by the government and media establishment for questioning political orthodoxies. His main focus is on the treatment of Noam Chomsky, but Greenwald notes that people in other segments of the ideological spectrum, such as Ron Paul, receive the same treatment. In essence, the method of handling those who dare to question the agenda of those in power is to ignore the substance of their critiques, and make personal attacks on the critics.

“This method is applied with particular aggression to those who engage in any meaningful dissent against the society’s most powerful factions and their institutions. Nixon White House officials sought to steal the files from Daniel Ellsberg’s psychoanalyst’s office precisely because they knew they could best discredit his disclosures with irrelevant attacks on his psyche. Identically, the New York Times and partisan Obama supporters have led the way in depicting both Bradley Manning and Julian Assange as mentally unstable outcasts with serious personality deficiencies.
The lesson is clear: only someone plagued by mental afflictions would take such extreme steps to subvert the power of the US government.”

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/...
Lilith

France

#44 Jun 19, 2013
Worthington wrote:
Betcha if you got rid of local Blacks and Hispanics
crime rate would nose dive.
You're a racist and a bigot.

Organized Stalking perpetrators come from all races, social classes, religions and economic sectors.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#45 Jun 22, 2013
Investigative journalist Michael Hastings dies in car crash

America has lost a prominent fearless investigative journalist at a time when they are sorely needed. Hastings was exactly the type of journalist who could have exposed the national scandal of gang stalking.

Unafraid of going after big targets, Hastings’ coverage of General Stanley McChrystal – the commander in charge of the war in Afghanistan – led to McChrystal being relieved of command.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Hastings’ colleague at Rolling Stone, Tim Dickinson:“Hastings’ hallmark as a reporter was his refusal to cozy up to power.”

When an aid to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked Hastings,“Why do you bother to ask questions you’ve already decided you know the answers to?” he famously snapped back,“Why don’t you give answers that aren’t bullshit for a change?” and published the email exchange.

Hastings’ final article (June 7) was a scathing critique of domestic surveillance policies by President Obama, the Democratic party establishment, the DOJ, the FBI, and military contractors.

“Transparency supporters, whistleblowers, and investigative reporters, especially those writers who have aggressively pursued the connections between the corporate defense industry and federal and local authorities involved in domestic surveillance, have been viciously attacked by the Obama administration and its allies in the FBI and DOJ.”

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mhastings/why-democra...

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#46 Jun 22, 2013
Michael Hastings Death, Continued:

Not surprisingly, there are suspicions being voiced on the Internet about his death. I’m guessing that quite a few people will be interested in the details of the fatal car crash.

This a report of his death, the death threats he had received, and the ensuing conspiracy theories.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/cons...

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#47 Jun 22, 2013
Obama meets with privacy watchdog panel … in private

I won’t even try to improve upon the headline of this Washington Times article.

“President Obama’s Friday meeting with a newly reformed privacy watchdog panel will take place behind the closed doors of the White House Situation Room, according to administration officials.

It’s the president’s first sit-down with the recently constituted and little-known Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, created nearly a decade ago but dormant for the entirety of the Obama presidency.”

The general attitude of the federal government (the White House, the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA, the NSA, the IRS, etc.) is basically this:

Americans are almost certainly too stupid to know that the government is trampling on their rights, but just in case some people figure it out and try to stand up for their Constitutional rights, we’ll have our massive secret police state spy on everyone so we can identify the potential trouble-makers and crush them before they can stir up trouble. If we get caught, we’ll hold a little bit of political theater for the masses:“Look! We’re going to hold a (secret) meeting to discuss your civil liberties! Don’t you feel better?”

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
ptw

Orlando, FL

#48 Jun 23, 2013
Lilith wrote:
The marginalization of people who speak truth to power – the example of Noam Chomsky
Glenn Greenwald at the Guardian has written a classic column on the ways people are dismissed and marginalized by the government and media establishment for questioning political orthodoxies. His main focus is on the treatment of Noam Chomsky, but Greenwald notes that people in other segments of the ideological spectrum, such as Ron Paul, receive the same treatment. In essence, the method of handling those who dare to question the agenda of those in power is to ignore the substance of their critiques, and make personal attacks on the critics.
“This method is applied with particular aggression to those who engage in any meaningful dissent against the society’s most powerful factions and their institutions. Nixon White House officials sought to steal the files from Daniel Ellsberg’s psychoanalyst’s office precisely because they knew they could best discredit his disclosures with irrelevant attacks on his psyche. Identically, the New York Times and partisan Obama supporters have led the way in depicting both Bradley Manning and Julian Assange as mentally unstable outcasts with serious personality deficiencies.
The lesson is clear: only someone plagued by mental afflictions would take such extreme steps to subvert the power of the US government.”
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/...
good article!
ptw

Orlando, FL

#49 Jun 23, 2013
A Special Place In Hell wrote:
Obama meets with privacy watchdog panel … in private
I won’t even try to improve upon the headline of this Washington Times article.
“President Obama’s Friday meeting with a newly reformed privacy watchdog panel will take place behind the closed doors of the White House Situation Room, according to administration officials.
It’s the president’s first sit-down with the recently constituted and little-known Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, created nearly a decade ago but dormant for the entirety of the Obama presidency.”
The general attitude of the federal government (the White House, the FBI, the DOJ, the CIA, the NSA, the IRS, etc.) is basically this:
Americans are almost certainly too stupid to know that the government is trampling on their rights, but just in case some people figure it out and try to stand up for their Constitutional rights, we’ll have our massive secret police state spy on everyone so we can identify the potential trouble-makers and crush them before they can stir up trouble. If we get caught, we’ll hold a little bit of political theater for the masses:“Look! We’re going to hold a (secret) meeting to discuss your civil liberties! Don’t you feel better?”
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/...
Oh Yea, I feel better after reading this:....`Bout as good as a pimple on a gentleman's arss!
ptw

Orlando, FL

#51 Jun 23, 2013
A Special Place In Hell wrote:
Investigative journalist Michael Hastings dies in car crash
America has lost a prominent fearless investigative journalist at a time when they are sorely needed. Hastings was exactly the type of journalist who could have exposed the national scandal of gang stalking.
Unafraid of going after big targets, Hastings’ coverage of General Stanley McChrystal – the commander in charge of the war in Afghanistan – led to McChrystal being relieved of command.
U.S. News & World Report quoted Hastings’ colleague at Rolling Stone, Tim Dickinson:“Hastings’ hallmark as a reporter was his refusal to cozy up to power.”
When an aid to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked Hastings,“Why do you bother to ask questions you’ve already decided you know the answers to?” he famously snapped back,“Why don’t you give answers that aren’t bullshit for a change?” and published the email exchange.
Hastings’ final article (June 7) was a scathing critique of domestic surveillance policies by President Obama, the Democratic party establishment, the DOJ, the FBI, and military contractors.
“Transparency supporters, whistleblowers, and investigative reporters, especially those writers who have aggressively pursued the connections between the corporate defense industry and federal and local authorities involved in domestic surveillance, have been viciously attacked by the Obama administration and its allies in the FBI and DOJ.”
http://www.buzzfeed.com/mhastings/why-democra...
Heard the news of his death, didn't realize his contributions as a reporter.
ptw

Orlando, FL

#52 Jun 23, 2013
Well here's some eye opener good reading for all victims on just where these "structured" OS/GS excesses and abuses (I'll just casually refer to these abuses as: felony crimes/violations, cover up, tampering and obstruction of justice) may well in fact be coming from!

Homeland Security, FBI Field Intelligence Groups and Fusion Centers

http://www.dhs.gov/fbi-field-intelligence-gro...

I. Building Law Enforcement and Homeland Security Partnerships
http://www.dhs.gov/building-law-enforcement-a...

Directorate of Intelligence
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence

Mission
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/miss...

Intelligence Philosophy
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/phil...

Intelligence Workforce
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/care...

Field Intelligence Groups
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/fiel...

Intelligence Collection Disciplines (INTs)
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disc...

Office of Law Enforcement Coordination
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/office-of-law-enf...

Criminal Justice Informational Services
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis

Fusion Center Locations and Contact Information
http://www.dhs.gov/fusion-center-locations-an...
ptw

Orlando, FL

#61 Jun 23, 2013
Recent news story over concerns of homeland security, funded surveillance equipment, previously used only in counterterrorism operations, adapted for use (and abuse) in your communities.

Reuters News, June 21, 2013
(Reporting By Chris Francescani; Editing by Arlene Getz and Claudia Parsons)

(edited comment)......concern comes amid recent disclosures about the National Security Agency's secret surveillance of phone and email traffic.....

read full news story at link:

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/21/us-...

(paraphrasing below):

NYPD expands use of surveillance equipment...funded by Homeland security grants.....giving local precinct commanders new powers........

......sheer scope and sophistication of the system worries people like Christopher Dunn, associate legal director of the New York Civil Liberties Union.......

(Problem)..... There is no outside monitoring of the use of this system at all...no protections now - none, zero.........

The NYPD is already facing litigation over its surveillance ........ accusing the police of violating religious freedoms and constitutional guarantees of equality.....

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#62 Jun 23, 2013
ptw,

EXcellent!! Thank you for providing such informative sites.

It's necessary for all Americans to know just what the US government is up to........not the other way around.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#63 Jun 23, 2013
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