Gang Stalking

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Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Gang Stalking: Psychological Targeting in a Group Setting

[quote]Gang Stalking: Psychological Targeting in a Group Setting
Rheyanne Weaver
March 09, 2010

The average functioning individual does not have a lot to be logically paranoid about. Sure, there’s the occasional whisper that you overhear and think is about yourself. There’s also the fear that someone is following you. Then there is gang stalking.

This is the ultimate form of paranoia that turns out to be a well-founded suspicion and mistrust. Gang stalking is when a group of people decide to target an individual and attempt to control aspects of that individual’s life and monitor them 24/7. Generally, this is done without the person actually knowing about this organized stalking group, but if a person does find out, the results and helplessness can be devastating.

According to, “gang stalking is experienced as a covert psychological, emotional and physical attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying a target over time.” [/quote]

A brand new article has come out about Gang Stalking and workplace mobbing. I think this article might finally do what the community has been trying to do for some time. Bridge the Gap between what the Targeted Individual experiences, and what the average person is able to understand of the harassment.

The magazine is specifically focused on women and issues of empowerment. I think this is the perfect place for getting the word out. A thank you to and author Rheyanne Weaver

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was mobbed and gang stalked at The University of Texas at Austin.

I am a whistle blower and a minority. The university has a really strange communist type culture. Group-think and conformity is taken very seriously there. The President Dr. Powers worked on the board of directors for the failed Enron. He clearly doesn't have ethical or effective work skills. Just look at what happened to Enron! The University of Texas at Austin has business affiliation with FOR-PROFIT PRISONS AND SECRET MILITARY RESEARCH. Some of the professors seemed autistic or psychopathic. They were usually hot-tempered, poor educators, mismanaged, and manipulative. I was shouted at on two different occasions by a female professor named Dr. Cunningham.

My past roommate named BRUCE JEFFERS worked for the university and was a student there. He spied on me, went through my files, harassed me with obfuscation and sarcasm on a weekly basis, and he committed different types of sabotage. He also spread slander about me to get other students to dislike me.

Tuesday, April 06, 2010  

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