Killing Us Softly
Barack Obama orders killing of US cleric Anwar al-Awlaki
Barack Obama's administration has authorised the assassination of the radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, a rare move against an American citizen.[/quote]
The decision to add him to the US hit list required a National Security Council review because of his citizenship.[/quote]
This story received a great deal of attention on forums and blogs, people seem to get it. The fact that you can not just label someone an enemy and then go out and have them killed, there is such a thing as due process. The constitution allows a fair trial.
In this case they get it, that there is something wrong with the killing of Americans in this manner. They realise that today it could be this guy, but tomorrow it could be them, if the government says that they are enemies, or flags them as such.
What they fail to understand is that within their cities, town, centers etc, is that people are being flagged. Innocent people are being flagged, placed on lists, and systemically destroyed. The deaths are not as immediate in many cases as they would be in the story above, but it's the same concept. Without due process, without a trial, without notification, many of us have been targeted, flagged without ever knowing why if you will, and are being slowly systemically destroyed because the government has told you that we are bad, crazy, or into drugs, or something bad for the community, when in reality many that are being targeted are being targeted for other reasons.
Many understand why the killing of any Americans is wrong, because today it's this guy, tomorrow it could be them. But when it comes to Gang Stalking, they fail to understand that it's the same thing. Today it's us, tomorrow it will be you, and once listed and flagged, no one will question it, the same way many of you are not asking questions about those that you are following around and targeting. About those being listed by the government.
[quote]Proposed updates to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) are prompting many to question whether or not the psychiatric profession itself has gone crazy. The latest additions to the alleged “mentally ill” could include hoarders, people who get angry every now and again, lazy people, and even those who get outraged over things like sex and violence on television.[/quote]
Also the ones that they are clearing out now, are the outspoken, whistle-blowers, intelligent, people who will stand up for things. Once this cleansing happenings, it will be far easier to get the others that to fall into line, and you will be the one's to help accomplish this with this network that is now so nicely in place. This network that targets have been trying to warn about, which many of you already knew about, but believe is for your own good. Believe that it's the states way of protecting you.
[quote]She describes them as "generally very highly intelligent people..." She says that the people her organization deals with "represent a wide range [of] every type of profession you can imagine."
The women who are singled out tend to be independent, intelligent, & confident professionals. "There's a heavy predominance of those types of woman in the TI community," affirmed McKinney. Men are in a smaller proportion, & tend to be non-conformists. They usually have a "sense of self-esteem and pride that seems to invite targeting." Remember, the MfS was a criminal federal police force that deliberately singled out people exactly like this on a massive scale.
Others that have been targeted include:
Those who have had a bad breakup with an ex-spouse who has influence
Criminals (This program may have begun targeting only criminals)
Those who have reported a crime where the perpetrator was a member of an organized crime ring
Landowners targeted by government or industry for land seizures
Inventors awaiting a large payoff
Those who have had arguments with neighbors who have connections
Those awaiting a large insurance claim
Convenient targets of opportunity
Those with special talents or abilities
Group members who act in unacceptable ways
Independent freethinkers who are not part of the herd
Those who are perceived as vulnerable or weak
Those opposing the New World Order
The pattern that is unfolding indicates that many targets are people who tend to be emotionally developed, self-confident, independent, free thinkers, artistic, people who don't need the approval of others, & those not prone to corruption. They're people who don't need to be part of a group to feel secure-generally people who are not part of the herd. The financial elite throughout history have consistently hated these individuals. There's one other type of person that the financial elite hate-truth tellers. They absolutely hate them. This is apparently why whistleblowers are targeted.[/quote]
By the time this system is finished it will cleanse and remove all that do not agree with it and all those who will not go along with it. That means when it's your turn there will already be a network in place, primed, willing and able to target those who the state wants to eliminate. The network is connected, as most targets have described trying to move from country to country only to have the flagging or designation follow them. The silence of this program will almost silence anyone who is a part of this program, cause you will not be able to say anything about it even if you are targeted by it.
Ofcouse you feel good and righteous about it now, it's cleaning the homeless, drug users, molesters, crazy people, people that are not good for society. You are putting them in jails, institutions, driving them from job to job, community to community, causing them death, or driving them to suicide, cause the state said it was ok to. You feel like you are doing something good, oh and you are, you are helping the NWO create it's army of foot soldiers who will tomorrow be used in the same way. Today you target individuals without question, cause the state told you to. Many of us having no idea why, many of us are innocent. Tomorrow when someone get's angry over the economy, health care, government mishandling, and those new DSM terms kick in, try speaking up, and out then. Then it will be your turn to be labelled, flagged, followed, and the network won't question it anymore than they question following us around.
You understand why listing someone without trial, or the right to defend themselves is wrong, many seem to grasp the future implications and long term consequences, but when it comes to Gang Stalking, many are failing to bridge the gap, to understand the equal significance of what this will mean to them.
[quote]The British government plans to collect lifelong records on all residents starting at the age of five, in order to screen for those who might be more likely to commit crimes in the future.
In a plan being piloted by Lincolnshire Community Health Services, all parents of children starting school are being sent an 83-question survey that asks detailed questions about their lives and their children’s behavior.
“This is incredibly intrusive and asks questions which, quite frankly, Lincolnshire Community Health Services do not need to know and have no right knowing,” said Dylan Sharpe of the group Big Brother Watch. “Even worse, the NHS Trust has failed to make it clear that this is a voluntary questionnaire. I would advise any parent receiving this to stick it straight in the bin.”[/quote]
The future is coming, but by bit it is unfolding. They are in every aspect of people's lives, from the time your kids are born, they want to visit your home, monitor how your kids eat, play act, before they go to school, and once in school, then they want to see which ones need to be medicated, which ones might be more likely to commit crimes? Independent thought will be conditioned away, if not brutally bullied out. A generation of fully biddable, controllable citizens will be raised up.
The internet freedoms we enjoy are slowly being removed, in many cases without a gasp or a whimper.
[quote]Government drops clause on orphan works but inserts amendment criticised as over-broad which could block sites based on ‘intent’[/quote]
From Australia to the U.K., and many other parts of Europe, the government wants to tell you which sites are ok for you to visit and see and which sites are not. They have not yet been able to destroy net neutrality, so they are going at it in this angle, and the conditioned people sit back and slowly take it.
People are waking up, that's great, but if you wake up, see what is happening in from of you and do nothing about it, well you might just as well have stayed asleep.
I don't like violence like many people, I have been trying to think of what can be done, to fight this, but in the watered-down civil ways that we have all now been conditioned to think. In times past, people turned to civil disobedience. They just refused to ride at the back of the bus, or whatever public action they did not agree with. Greece recently had strikes, which shut the city down. There is a small window before all escape routes are closed off, I think people have to start to use it.
[quote]Internet provider defies digital bill
TalkTalk’s refusal to cooperate with ‘draconian’ anti-piracy measures reflect growing resistance to the digital economy bill[/quote]
I think this is the perfect example of what people, companies, communities can do, should do, and must do to reclaim what is theirs.
Also with the scanners at the airports, many people disagree with it, but are still going along with it, then it will be at libraries, stadiums, etc. Stop it at the airports, file lawsuits, protests, or just don't go through, but these are the only ways that things will change. The other option ofcourse it to be overwhelmed, retreat into ones self and do nothing.
We each have to try to take individual action to do what we can. I am doing what I can to help targets like myself that are on these charming lists, where we are being systemically destroyed, ironically enough by our fellow citizens, in the communities that we might actually be able to do some good in.
The system works because we let it work, if it actually stops working for us, when we are out of accord with it, and what it does, then and only then will change happen. Till the it will continue to squeeze us and squeeze us, killing us softly, but dealing us a deadly blow, no less fatal than the order to kill Anwar al-Awlaki.