Definition Gangstalking – Tactics and Aims

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Gangstalking Definition:

Gangstalking (Organized Stalking) is a form of terror used by a more or less loosely affiliated group of people against an individual to reduce the quality of a person’s life.

Frequent and intended consequences are:

  • Nervous breakdowns and depression
  • Paranoia and distrust
  • Mental pain and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Institutionalization: victim appears mentally ill
  • Isolation from all forms of support
  • Homelessness
  • Suicide

Typical Tactics used against Targets

  • Conditioning – Sensitization of the target against certain actions, sounds, colors, patterns. For example: Coughing, honking, tongue sticking, whistling, pen clicking, throat clearing, red, white, blue.
  • Street Theater: The Target is constantly exposed to unusual behavior by other people, often groups.
  • Mimicking – This is especially true for the beginning of stalking.
  • Noise Campaigns – Noise is often used to increase anxiety and stress. One goal is also sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation leads to symptoms of schizophrenia.
  • 24/7 Surveillance: The target is monitored 24/7 and should be aware of this. With Remote Neural Monitoring (R.N.M.) the surveillance may also include thoughts.

Gangstalking is one of the most common forms of terror that the so-called Targeted Individuals (TIs) have to suffer, along with Direct Energy Weapon (DEW) attacks.

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