Gang stalkers War of Attrition

Gang stalkers surround-sound harassment, and infiltration and sabotage of every part of the Target’s life, amounts to a War of Attrition against the target.

No human being is perfect. We all have incomplete knowledge, weaknesses, areas of ignorance, physical failings and mental quirks, lack of expertise and a tendency to make mistakes. And we all have to go through the condition of being children and being young, mistake-prone stages of our lives. But in normal life, we all muddle through. We make minor mistakes often, but we also  correct and cover for them.  Also we experience mutual assistance  with others. We turn a blind eye to other people’s small mistakes and they do the same for us. By the time we are adults a normally socialised adult has too much self-respect to commit crimes, even minor ones, and we have developed procedures for preventing big problems. So we muddle through.

But a Target lives in a Murphy’s Law Universe, where the normal fuzzy logic which allows not quite perfect performance to be effective, applies. According to Murphy’s Law, anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. And if there is more than one way for something to go wrong, it will go wrong in the worst possible way.  Gang stalkers are the people who compel their Targets to live in a Murphy’s Law universe.

The core of gang stalkings persecution of the Target  is social sabotage. Have you ever watched a parent trying to prepare a meal with a child harassing them? A task of reasonable difficulty becomes extremely difficult while the parent’s attention is distracted from what they are doing to warn the child to stay away from the hot cooker, or the sharp knife or the hot tap, while the parent is simultaneously concentrating on a particular task, remembering the sequence of events, remembering which ingredients to use, staying aware of timing, and trying not to drop anything while the child gets under their feet. All accompanied by listening to the child’s brainless attempts at conversation and interspersed with asking when is dinner going to be ready.

In such circumstances, mistakes are likely to be made and accidents ranging from the minor to the serious can happen.

I avoided having children because I found  the prospect of living in the permanent environment of chaos which children manufacture, intolerable. But never mind. I didn’t get to miss out on the experience because adult gang stalkers manufacture the same conditions.

Imagine living in a world where you are permitted no margin for error, even unimportant ones which are standard in life. Where you are expected to be perfect at all times. You, of course, don’t get perfection from others. In time what you give out to people is good, but in return you get unapologetic rubbish. You keep the rules in school, you are a good student and get victimised by the teachers. You go into a shop to buy something, not steal, and for your money you are fobbed off with stale or defective goods.  You treat others with respect and courtesy. In return they exclude you, insult you and lie about you. You play by the rules, but everyone in your vicinity is breaking them “and blaming it on you”. Every mistake, from childhood on, is spotlighted and is never forgotten. Anything good, useful, constructive, successful that you do, is ignored. The truth about you is derided but lies about you are believed. It is like living in a school playground your whole life through. The people around you if they ever reached adult maturity and civilised standards, don’t act as if they have, not when they are around you.

Everybody makes mistakes.  People can be set up for making mistakes by the actions of others. Being overloaded at work. Being denied customary support. Being subjected to harassment by problem people such as noisy neighbours and confrontational people. When that does not bring about that person’s failure direct sabotage can be employed, vandalising the Target’s equipment in the workplace, and their rented accommodation so that they look like an anti-social tenant. The Target’s reputation can be smeared. But a Target who continues to give good work performance despite the sabotage, and lives down the smears can be set up for a crime they did not commit, and if all else fails committed to a mental asylum on trumped up charges.

Of course it is not accidental. It is a war of attrition directed at working class people, women and ethnic groups who show the potential to succeed. People who play by the rules and could win if the rules were upheld can only be made to lose by those around them breaking the rules. To keep you “in your place” they don’t play fair. There are a lot of vested interests supported by prejudice and discrimination in society. Men are protected from competition from women with social exclusion, social marginalising, sexism, bullying and stalking. The middle class are protected from competition from the working class by stigmatising all working class people as criminals (whereas middle class white collar crime makes the middle class society’s major thieves). Also social exclusion, social marginalisation, bullying and open patronage and mockery. Ethnic groups also experience all of these, but the social sabotage is primarily directed at the best people within these groups, not the groups in general. When you target the whole group the  group will develop a collective reality appraisal of their situation and band together and help each other. If you don’t target the whole group you can pretend that discrimination is not occurring and the individuals who complain of it are “deluded”. So you have isolated them from group protection and can pick them off as individuals.

To keep an entire group/class oppressed you only need to destroy the relatively small number of intelligent, talented and those with leadership potential.

The strategy of taking out the competition before it becomes competition.

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A site with many insights on state persecution, the establishment  and classism is http://www.targeted-individuals.com created by British first Gulf War veterans.

 

 

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