And sexist, racist and homophobic. The gang stalking targets are seventy percent women, also a high percentage of gays and ethnic groups. People who are socially marginalised and do not have the protection afforded by high social rank. Take a look at society. Above a certain social class level you have people who are “in the loop”, who have many top professional associates of many kinds, and who freely, and often, exclusively socialise with each other, and are largely free from state scrutiny and meddling. People of working class and lower middle class groups, are not “in the loop” and are largely excluded from associating with the higher social classes, except on a servant basis, to which they are confined. But talent rises, does it not? Well, that depends. If society puts obstacles in your path, such as social exclusion, your good character, intelligence, education and hard work will get you precisely nowhere, unless the role you are offered is one of complete exploitation. Nonetheless, good families, good communities, and venues for social interaction available to working class people, can provide a foundation of social support, in which people know each other and can help and protect each other. But women have always had problems in accessing safe venues for socialising. Social support is a foundation for success in employment and relationships. So society is basically divided. The privileged have the extra bonus that they ring-fence their group and freely socialise and interact within it, free from state supervision and meddling. Whereas those lower in social class are kept on the outside, are frustrated from protective ring-fencing, and either find that safe venues for social interaction are virtually absent – which is the case for a large section of working class women, or find what scarce social venues they have are subjected to scrutiny, interference and destructive meddling. The more vulnerable people are as individuals, the more valuable a protective social group is. Disrupting a social group denies vulnerable people group protection. The upper social classes have always gone out of their way to block social associations forming in the lower classes. They perceived the threat of vulnerable people forming collectives to protect their own interests. Divide and rule. Keep the subordinates separated and isolated. Subject them to unwarranted police interference. Play them off against each other. Poison their social groups and relationships. Stamp on them, individually and collectively, before they have the chance to get anywhere. Pick off the leaders/potential leaders. Stop potential competition in its infancy. Unilateral class war instigated by our “betters”. With this perspective gang stalking makes sense. Lower middle class people in general recruited to harass working class people. Successful working and lower middle class people targeted for asset stripping to ensure that no-one in the lower classes retains the financial resources which could lift them out of the oppressed classes or provide support to others of their own class, whether providing work or accommodation. Financial success in the lower classes helps lift their own class out of oppression – by providing work to people discriminated against in the middle-class system. By providing decent, affordable accommodation to people on low incomes. By forming a nucleus of a self-sufficient and self-supporting social group who have an alternative to the exploitive options offered by the middle classes. Small businesses and small landlords offering an alternative to the cut-throat terms offered by the higher social classes. I am not talking ideals here. I witnessed two landlords, one of a working class ethnic group, the other lower middle class, who by shear hard work bought houses to let out to others – working class people on low incomes – in both cases for rents lower than average for their area, and in one case the rooms beautifully re-decorated between tenants. They both lost their houses which were converted into flats and the rents maximised. Other self-made working class employers, providing work to working class people, lost their businesses. Gang stalking is an old game in new clothes. .