Gang stalking research and the science behind ROGS Analysis: wherein I state a hypothesis, and make a prediction

Read the headline and the story below, and afterwards, I will make a set of predictions, based on ROGS Analysis of organized gang stalking:

FBI more than doubles domestic terrorism investigations: Christopher Wray

“Terrorism moves at the speed of social media,” Wray told the Senate Homeland Security Committee. “You have the ability of lone actors, disgruntled in one part of the country, to spin up similar like-minded individuals in other parts of the country and urge them into action.”

It sure does move fast–all the way from agents provocateurs in many agencies, to those targeted with internet “radicalization” online.

So–because ROGS Analysis is based in the scientific method, and has been tested for nearly a decade with nearly 100% accurate results which have yet to be falsified, we see patterns emerge in the data:

  • when the FBI needs funding, or targets group that the ADL and the B’nai Brith find inconvenient, reports of gang stalking increase

These are just a few of the clear patterns that can be replicated using ROGS Analysis, and you can read more about that here

UPDATE 5-25-2022: As predicted, mass shootings by active shooters didn’t merely “increase” in fact, they rose by MORE than 50%(!!!), since the time I wrote this article above, nearly eight months ago. Is there science behind gang stalking claims online, I think that’s pretty good science, don’t you? Hypotheses>Prediction>Experiment>Result forms the core of the scientific method. Take a look at today’s headline

Active shooter incidents rose over 50% in 2021 compared to 2020

The number of active shooter incidents in the U.S. rose by 52.5% from 2020 to 2021, and over four years, from 2017 to 2021, there was a 96.8% increase, the FBI said in a report published Monday. The bureau noted that the data over those four years shows “an upward trend.”

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