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Friday, December 12, 2008

On the internet, nobody can tell you you're an idiot

The internets are a beautiful things. They allows people to discuss the most obscure interests with people anywhere in the world without embarrassment or discomfort. The downside of this is that the internets allow people to discuss their delusions with like minded individuals anywhere in the world, and that it's insanely easy to filter out any voices of sanity that could possibly break people's bubble. Or dent it. Or point at it and laugh.

Gang Stalking World, for example, is dedicated to supporting people who are constantly followed around in public by random people, for no apparent reason.

Gang Stalking is experienced by Targeted Individuals as psychological attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying a target over time. The covert methods used often leave no evidence to incriminate the Civilian Spies.[1]

Go on. Google it. You know you want to. It should also be pointed out that, in my imagination at least, has an ongoing rivalry with gangstalkersworld. You see, was founded by the ex-lover of the founder of because she caught him cheating with the founder of[2]. He accuses her of stealing trade secrets and they're embroiled in ongoing litigation. It's all very sordid. In my imagination. In my defense, at least I know that I'm making shit up. These poor sods don't.

[1]: Note to the world: You can't capitalize words just because you like them. Stop it.[3]

[2]: doesn't exist. I know that this is a crushing blow to you, but you'll just have to deal with it.

[3]: Unless you're A.A. Milne, in which case I think it's a Very Good Idea.


  1. You are funny as hell. Too bad that Gang Stalking is not made up, after this post I wish it was, but it's not. Here is the short and skinny for people like you who might have missed it the first time around.

    [quote]Gang Stalking is a covert investigation that is opened on an individual. The individual is then placed under overt and covert forms of surveillance. The person is followed around 24/7. Foot patrols and vehicle patrols are used to follow the Individual around, as part of the monitoring process. During these patrols a one handed sign language is used to assist the citizen informants with communicating to each other.[/quote]

    You can also check out it's like a condensed version of Gang Stalking World.

    Again thanks for the sordid stuff. I needed a good laugh.

  2. Okay. Fine. I'll bite. Why? Are you going to secret drop-off points? Consorting with KGB agents? Or is it just random people watching you go to the supermarket. Again, why? Are you really that interesting? There's nothing even vaguely approaching evidence here - just a bunch of made up methodology.

    You make extraordinary claims - claims that hundreds, nay thousands of people have nothing better to do than follow random people who do nothing interesting around, coordinated by some massive conspiracy, for no apparent reason other than to bug you and you then provide no evidence whatsoever. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proofs. The other alternative, that you're imagining the whole thing and that these websites serve as echo chambers to reinforce your mistaken beliefs is by far the more credible solution.

  3. Read the ebook. It's for people just like you.

    Bridging The Gap is a disturbing, yet poignant look into modern day democratic surveillance societies. The book examines how this structure is used to discredit, disenfranchise, and destroy innocent citizens.

    Gang Stalking, The Buzzsaw, Cointelpro, what do these words mean and more importantly what do they have in common? They are names that have been used to describe the systemic apparatus that reaches out to destroy and discredit those declared enemy by the state.

    This book will open your eyes to how the informant system has taken over these democratic countries, and how they are being used to further create a surveillance society where no one will be out of reach, should they too become persona non grata by the system.

  4. Based on the letter he left for the news paper, it would appear that Jivery Wong, the New York Shooter was a target of Gang Stalking. It does not appear that he found any of the sites in time to get help however. You can read his letter at any of the online newspapers.

    Here is a translation of his letter.