Read it: The Kings of Garbage, by Mark Ames

Good Reads: Below, the classic story of how a race supremacist hate group known as the Anti Defamation League (ADL) spied on and sold out activists in the early 1990's, setting the stage for today's modern surveillance capitalism, and the modern western police state. In lawsuits, and other media narratives, we discovered that this organization … Continue reading Read it: The Kings of Garbage, by Mark Ames

Pernicious and toxic: FVEYs-Israeli spying, Mossadi Jihadi’s, and Negev-billies. Gang Stalking is really “counterintelligence,” operations, with religious fanatics at the helm

In gang stalking dialogues, one frequently is cast into the Jewish-christian "horseshoe of semi-circularity." It is a dialogue that seeks to force the issue of religion upon those who opt out of such a bizarre and mystical dlaectic. I mean--who cares what some fucking rabbi said two thousand years ago? And who cares if the … Continue reading Pernicious and toxic: FVEYs-Israeli spying, Mossadi Jihadi’s, and Negev-billies. Gang Stalking is really “counterintelligence,” operations, with religious fanatics at the helm

A world of police informants, rats and snitches: a peek at the sordid practice of entrapment, harassment, and police/agency informants in the gang stalking dialectic

“Judas and the Black Messiah," a story of rats, snitches, and FBI black ops tells the story of Fred Hampton, a black activists who was not only stalked, by "gangs of police" but murdered in outrageous circumstances. My own father saw the actual door where official narratives said Hampton was firing rounds out of that … Continue reading A world of police informants, rats and snitches: a peek at the sordid practice of entrapment, harassment, and police/agency informants in the gang stalking dialectic