The gang stalking dialectic has within it some very odd characters, and any actual targeted individual will meet them eventually. I am seeking information about one Astra Miglane-Stanwyck, for anyone out there who has emcountered her.
As I have noted, there are many peculiarly wealthy people who claim to be TI’s, and they are wealthy enough to hire their own army of investigators to research their problems–but they NEVER do that! So, their narratives fall completely flat, and have less than zero believeability, credibility, or even facts.
Most of them that I have ferreted out are connected to legacy industries, international contracing, industries that subsist alongside the military industrial complex, and the various NGO’s, government and public relations industries, trust funds and so on that act in many ways in our societies, sometimes doing shadow government functions–on information, Stanwyck is indeed connected to a similar trust fund.
Richard Moore can provide more evidence of those facts, but for now, my goal is to find information about this public figure.
She appeards in the Guardian UK, and other news media from the 1990-2007 era as a “professional mini-golfer” at times, and then at others, as a shadow mentor/cpmpetitor to a young girl Olivia Prokopová of Czech Republic, who eventually became a “mini-golf legend.” and after that, Stanwyck kind of drops off the radar in the news.
So, here below is what I have on her as a person who has openly and on social media claimed that she is a “targeted individual” of the variety that yammers on and on about electronic weapons, and micro chips, with zero proof of her claims–nor any interest in proving such claims either.
Stanwyck is an MD, opthalmologist from Latvia, and former post-Soviet era Russian military , according to my source. She is an affilliate of the “women’s empowerment” network, and a member of the “World Mini Golf Federation.”
Here is a link her CV at the organization.
Here is a bit from that CV:
Former Member of Latvia National Team
Former member of US National team
US Ladies US Minigolf Open and US Masters Ladies Minigolf winner (multiple times)
Team USA competition winner (multiple times)
Winner of multiple regional competitions
Inducted in USPGA Hall of Fame October 14, 2017
Here is more about Stanwyck from the US Pro Mini Golf Association