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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Hodgepodge

I didn't know what to title this. There is so much that I want to say, and if I don't say it all at once a lot of it get's forgotten.

Movies.

Eg. Movies, I meant to post about movies that you should check out, and keep forgetting to. I also don't have the time to post about them now.

Unity.

I think it would be nice for the Gang Stalking targeted individual community to come together, but how would this happen? We will be stronger if we are united, that is true, but then how could we avoid the problems we already have, and then the problems that the members of the Cointelpro community faced? If we can't find a way to come together, then we might be able to succeed, but if we come together as one voice, if it's not the correct voice or voices, we are right back where we came from.

People like to come together, they like groups. They like a sense of community. That is one of the worst parts of this, because when you finally meet others like yourself who are going through the same thing that you are, you should be able to just sit back relax and trust. This is the thing that programs like Cointelpro, and men like J. Edgar Hoover, stole from so many people. It's a legacy that has been left behind, a sick legacy, but a legacy none the less.

I do think about what will bring us together, should we attempt it? Aren't we together now? No we are not. I check the forums and there is still so much disinfo out there. It's incredible, and again I wonder, with so many alleged targets out there, why are there not more people on these forums, getting the correct information out there? I mean we have videos, articles, etc. I think there is enough good evidence to show and prove some of the things we have been saying, but that information is simply not getting disseminated and I wonder why that is?

Changes.

Has anyone else noticed that when they update a site or blog, or make corrections the corrections are gone or changed sometimes? I had solid proof of this at one time. I had made an update on the what is new section, and then the next day the update was gone, and the post count had reversed itself. I notice that sometimes I will do an update and then check back sometime later and the update will not be there. Not a big thing, but if it's happening to anyone else, it's just a heads up.

Simple things like I will do a spelling correction, then check back and the article will be reverted to an older copy that does not have the correction. That just happened with something I updated, and it just reminded me to ask if anyone else get's this.

Evidence.

As you know, I have been researching a great deal. I have found many good articles.
You can read the slightly updated Gang Stalking FAQ posted here, plus watch the videos.
http://www.gangstalkingworld.com/GSFAQ.html
The structure of oppression article has been updated.
http://www.gangstalkingworld.com/Structure.html
The resources section has also been slightly updated.
http://www.gangstalkingworld.com/Resources.html

I found a reference to the sign language that they use when out on patrol. I found a Covert Agent Training Manual, and I found a reference to what I was looking for.

http://gangstalkingworld.com/Forum/YaBB.pl?num=1221987345

[quote]
Conduct covert foot surveillance operations

Summary

This unit is about performing covert foot surveillance operations in order to gather
information, intelligence and/or evidence.

To be competent in this unit you will need to be able to prepare for the operation.
You must be able to deploy from a vehicle and conduct a foot surveillance on a subject using approved techniques to gather information, intelligence and/or
evidence, negotiating hazards whilst remaining covert at all times and assisting your team members to remain covert also. You are expected to use a range of equipment suitable for the task (e.g. cameras, radios, image intensifiers). You must maintain
communication within the team using approved and recognised methods and be able to rejoin a vehicle covertly. The accurate recording of any information, intelligence and/or evidence gathered during the operation is also required.

The purpose of conducting surveillance operations is to gather information, intelligence or evidence and therefore this unit links to unit 2A1 ‘Gather and submit information that has the potential to assist policing objectives’.

There is one element:

2F1.1
Conduct covert foot surveillance operations
This unit was developed by the Police Skills and Standards Organisation.
Skills for Justice
National Occupational Standards for Policing and Law Enforcement
April 2005
Page 10

Element
2F1.1

Conduct covert foot surveillance operations
Performance Criteria

To meet the standard, you
1
provide researched, flexible and plausible cover stories consistent with your appearance and the operational environment
2
make appropriate use of any clothing and props necessary to remain covert
3
make an effective use of cover, distance, timing and positions during surveillance operations
4
react to changing situations by employing appropriate tactics
5
employ close control techniques where necessary to gather information, intelligence and evidence covertly
6
employ other appropriate surveillance techniques where necessary to gather information, intelligence and evidence covertly
7
identify, assess and continually review potential risks in relation to the operational environment and react appropriately
8
operate and maintain equipment in accordance with training and manufacturer’s instructions in a way that maintains covert operation
9
communicate with other team members accurately and effectively using recognised and approved methods
10
assist other team members in remaining covert throughout the surveillance operation
11
carry out all roles in recognised foot surveillance systems effectively, efficiently and covertly
12
recognise counter surveillance activities and use approved and recognised tactics effectively to combat them
13
recognise anti surveillance activities and use approved and recognised tactics effectively to combat them
14
where appropriate, co-ordinate your actions and communicate with other teams and individuals to maintain effective surveillance operations
15
deploy from and rejoin vehicles covertly where used
16
recognise the limits of the authority for the surveillance operation and take the appropriate action in respect of changing circumstances
17
appropriately document all actions, information, intelligence and evidence in accordance with current policy and legislation

Range
1
Operational environment
a
hostile
b
non-hostile
c
rural
d
urban
e
daylight
f
night time
g
good environmental conditions
h
poor environmental conditions

Skills for Justice
National Occupational Standards for Policing and Law Enforcement
April 2005
Page 11

2
Communicate
a
by radio
b
by telephone
c
by using hand signals [/quote]

See hand signals. I don't want to say I told you so, but well...

The next thing I found out is that they are using Terrorist laws to do surveillance on innocent ordinary people.

Here are a few clips from the article.
http://www.sundayherald.com/news/heraldnews/display.var.2342364.0.how_local_
councils_use_antiterror_laws_to_spy_on_ordinary_people.php

http://gangstalkingworld.com/Forum/YaBB.pl?num=1221946888
[quote]
SCOTTISH COUNCILS ARE USING SURVEILLANCE AND security powers intended to fight terrorism and organised crime in order to spy on ordinary members of the public suspected of petty offences such as breaching the smoking ban, playing music too loudly and dropping litter.

Local authority chiefs have ordered staff to spy on unwitting members of the public some 3579 times since being granted the powers in 2002. Under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa), councils have the power to secretly film and bug people, use paid spies to inform on a suspects activities, and even intercept communications data such as mobile and land line use and information about email traffic.
[/quote]

[quote]
The council claimed "most commonly, directed surveillance is used by community safety staff to investigate complaints of anti-social behaviour. A small number of authorisations will be made by Environmental Health and Trading Standards staff investigating breaches of legislation relevant to their area of work. Finally, staff dealing with fraudulent benefit claims will have made a small number of applications".

Edinburgh also said it used "covert human intelligence sources" (CHIS) four times. A CHIS could be a friend paid to pass information to the council, or someone paid by the council to gather information on a target and relay details of their life back to local authority bureaucrats. Edinburgh Council defended Ripa as "an important tool" and said it only used the powers "as a last resort".
[/quote]

[quote]
Details from Moray showed just how badly informed and trained council staff were about the Ripa legislation. A restricted inspection report from the Office of Surveillance Commissioners dated September 2004 says the council's policy on using covert human intelligence sources was "clearly confused" and "displays a lack of understanding". "Every record" relating to covert human intelligence "was significantly defective".
[/quote]

[quote]
Richard Haley, secretary of SACC, said he was "astonished and baffled" by the misuse of Ripa, adding: "We need to be clear that this is not about a few more CCTV cameras. This is directed surveillance, likely to obtain private information on ordinary people. We are talking about the use of cameras and microphones and agents.

"If these cases are serious, then they warrant proper policing, not amateur detective work by council officials acting as if they were part of a private detective agency. Profound civil liberties issues are raised here.''[/quote]

ONE NATION UNDER SIEGE

This video is a must see.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=AbS025eJWls

Section 5,6,7 are very interesting.

The whole movie is interesting, but those sections talk about the community policing programs, electronic harassment, RFID chips and other relevant information.
I would recommend anyone who has questions about what is happening to check out this movie.

There is more to say, but I think this is more than enough to think about for now.

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