Is gang stalking "real?" Or, is it a "delusion" as these types of state funded psychologists like Dr. Lorraine Sheridan, David V. James, and Christine Sarteschi indicate? According to the statistics, the majority of my readers are religious, ultra-conservatives, of the type that stormed the capitol, and their blogs all ramble on endlessly about aliens, … Continue reading Gang Stalking Statistics
Many years after the New York Times ran a "hit piece" called "United States of Paranoia" and claimed that all targeted individuals are nutters, the following happened: the federal government began prosecuting the eBay Gang of stalkers a gang whose members comprised executives from eBay the federal government began prosecuting an IMDB stalker and an … Continue reading 2 Source Watching in the gang stalking dialectic: Mike McPhate, journalist, bio, contact, New York Times, California Sun
Throughout this blog, you will note that I, the author, am affiliated with, or frequently reference journalists who have won the coveted Pulitzer Prize. To whit, Carl Bernstein, the journalist who exposed President Nixon's "black operations" has said that historically, the CIA has been quite active at every level of major media, gatekeeping and steering … Continue reading Main Stream Journalists and gang stalking denialism: separating good journalism about gang stalking from disinformation: Ned Beauman, UK New Statesman
The Five Eyes, a part of what the NSA calls internally its “global network” have their dirty fingerprints all over the latest spying scandal engulfing New Zealand, writes exiled Kiwi journalist Suzie Dawson. The media response has predictably walked the safest line – focusing on the egregiousness of the victimisation of the least politically involved … Continue reading What are the “Five Eyes” of spying, and what is “generational targeting” in the gang stalking dialectic?