may be part of a larger phenomena that may have loose threadsthat extent into a number of differing entities, such as government, military, andlarge corporations, though it is certain that organized crime is one of gang-stalking'sprimary sources, or origins. The
goals of gang stalking
are many. To cause the target to appear unstablementally is one, and this is achieved through a carefully detailed assault usingadvanced psychological harassment techniques, and a variety of other tactics thatare the usual protocal for gang stalking, such as street theater, mobbing, pervasivepetty disrespecting.
Targets experience the following
:1. A total invasion of privacy2. Pervasive and horrific slander3. Isolation through alienation that is caused by the slander4.Destruction of, or alienation from all things that the target holds dear.
A discrediting campaign is initiated long before the target is actuallystalked. They, the criminal perpetrators, twist and fabricate realitythrough such a campaign, displaying lies that paint the target
as a childmolester, a person with hidden dark secrets, an highly unstable individual who maybe a threat to society, a prostitute, or a longtime drug user, etc.
The slandering or discrediting campaign sets the stage for the target tobecome alienated in just about every social-familial- work environment,
once the actual stalking begins. This slandering campaign is instrumental ineliminating all resource and avenue of defense for the target, before the actualstalking begins.
This stage is one that sees people close to the target, family, friends,neighbors, and co-workers recruited by the perpetrator criminals, who willpose as law enforcement officials, private investigators, or a groups of concerned citizens.
gang stalking is aimed at achieving
one or all of the follow:1. induced suicide2. financial devastation3. homelessness4. institutionalization in psyche wards
Once actual stalking begins
: The target will endure a vast array of tactics: gas lighting, street theater, drugging,