Double suicide. Sounds like gang stalking
This artice was brought to my attention. It's regarding the double suicde of two people. The thing that's interesting about their suicide is that it sounds like gang stalking.
Here are some choice clips.
[quote]It's been just eight days since rising art star Jeremy Blake was seen wandering into the ocean off New York's Rockaway Beach -- presumably to his death -- a week after he discovered that his blogger-filmmaker girlfriend, Theresa Duncan, had taken her life in their East Village apartment.
But the apparent double suicide of this glamorous, intellectual couple has confounded and disturbed the art world in New York, London and Los Angeles, where they lived together for several years. Many were shocked by the turn of events while others noted that the couple had acted strangely in their final months together.
[b]According to several friends and art world peers, the two believed they were being stalked and harassed by Scientologists, an abiding fear that soured old friendships and made some of their respective working relationships difficult.[/b] [/quote]
They thought they were being stalked by scientologists. Other targets think it's just Masons, others think it's religious groups, others think it's skin heads, others think it's gangs. It's societal, and it's happening to more people than I ever dared to dream or imagine, most times it never hit's the papers. The only time you get hints of this are in the case of people like Kilmeer Gill the Montreal shooter, if they left a blog, other wise you usually don't get this info published. This is usually never published because it's systemic, and it's being used to control certain people, the reason we are even hearing about this more is because we have the Internet. It's been happening for how long in society? We just never realized.
[quote]Christine Nichols, a colleague and friend of Blake's since 1998, produced two art exhibitions, two books and a record in conjunction with the artist through the New York art gallery she co-founded, Works on Paper Inc. Nichols dates the couple's rising sense of "paranoia" to around 2004, two years after Blake created an album cover for alternative-rock star Beck, who is a practicing Scientologist.
"They thought Scientologists were really harassing them," Nichols said. "They would say, 'They are following us, harassing our landlord.' I did not see any evidence of that.[/quote]
No body ever sees evidence of that. So the targets come off looking all paranoid. The same thing that I have talked about for the last year. The landlord being harassed, they are lucky that they even found that much out. Most targets never do. See in their case in was scientologists, I have had gay men tell me it's religious groups, and I have had others tell me it's skin heads, others tell me it's Masons.
[quote]"But it got to be something that was huge to them -- a 'You're either with us or against us' thing where if you didn't believe them, you weren't on their side. The story they had woven in paranoia and conspiracies took over part of their lives. A lot of us couldn't understand that acting out."[/quote]
This is the sad part, it forces the targets into this sense of isolation. You don't want to be isolated, but when you are coming up against something so weird and all encompassing this is usually the safest path and most targets will choose this path. I have heard of other couples targeted this way. I always thought it would be easier if there were two targets instead of one, but I have not seen any evidence of that. Being stalked and targeted is being stalked and targeted, single or together.
[quote]Duncan and Blake, who were together for 12 years, are recalled as an impossibly good-looking, intellectually vigorous and socially popular pair of soul mates who moved gracefully among a set of likewise brainy, moneyed people who occupy the intersection of art and technology on both coasts.
According to Lance Kinz, director of Kinz, Tillou and Feigen gallery in New York, which shows Blake's digital paintings and films, Duncan's suicide and Blake's disappearance have confounded many people.
"They were both highly ambitious and successful and had achieved a lot. They were energetic in their creative pursuits," Kinz said. "The biggest surprise is that Jeremy would sacrifice what he had worked so hard to achieve and had been so excited about.[/quote]
Sounds like they probably fit the target profile very well. However until I can find out more I don't want to judge it too much.
Then there is the question of her suicide. If they really were targets, was her death really a suicide? How about his?
There are so many weird variables when it comes to gang stalking and so many questions that you have to ask yourself.
I do know this for sure however, if they were targets, and they did die, then we failed, just a little bit. As targets of this harassment, our jobs should be getting the word out, blogging, posting on forums, and just making as many people aware of this as possible.
It's possible that if they were targets of this, that they had no idea about gang stalking or the rest of this. I am ever increasingly surprised at how isolated targets can become when it comes to this stuff.
I do believe if you are a target of this societal form of control, that it's your job to make none targets, and unaware targets aware of what is going on. The poor me thing only goes so far, remember if you are aware of this stuff, then you are luckier than most targets, and you know that you are not alone.
I just found out about it, so I have not had a chance to research it or find out more, but before the article is removed from cyber space, I thought it would be best to post and blog about it. (I am not joking, the washington post link has already been removed, renamed, not found, whatever.)
I would say more, but I am going to keep this posting really short.