Maybe people don't have truth, because they are not willing to fight for the truth. I have spent the last several years researching Gang Stalking, and finally coming to what I think is close enough to the truth, to put a name on what is happening.
Usually in a society when a truth is revealed, and a wrong is uncovered such as what has been happening to targets, other elements would come forward to support this initiative, to further help support the truth that is uncovered, and to help right the wrongs that are being done. You see this with stories about executions that are happening in wars zones, or civilians that are being illegally killed or murdered. The little that society can do in these cases they do. They discuss it, they talk about it, the media prints articles, and though it does not fix what is wrong, it does not make it right, at least the injustice is exposed.
I have also been trying to expose an injustice for the last several years, with varying degrees of success. Eg. I find that some forums, some communities are more open and familiar with the idea and the concept. I find that on others forums, they are less familiar with the concept, and the more mainstream they are, they frantically rush to try to deny the truth, delete the truth, or close down the truth. I see a controlled society and controlled people everyday. I see the slaves of the system, tightening the chains that bind them everyday, making sure those chains are more secure, and with those chains any chances of their freedom.
Throughout time people have come along and presented truth, usually with varying degrees of success. Some are killed for telling the truth, others jailed, some socially annexed, only to have those same people be praised later on when society is ready for the truths that they were telling in their time period. When society is not ready for the truth, it can be a very slow process for changes, but change can happen.
At one point America thought that owning slaves was a natural thing to do, now in today's society many people would think that human slavery is wrong. At one point in history many Germans thought they were doing the right thing for the fatherland by gathering up their neighbours, informing on them, and sending them out of the community, Germany in many ways has reflected on that time and decided it was wrong, but at the time, you would have been in the minority had you pointed out any differently, or been called a sympathizer. Germany would also again reflect on the Stasi era, and again many Germans would come to view that time period as a bad time in German history, although many others will never view their actions as wrong, and will never have any remorse for what happened during that time period. The same is true for the American McCarthyism, and Cointelpro periods, yet at the time while these events were happening, had you tried to speak out against them, you would again have been in the minority, or even been called a sympathizer.
What history has shown me is that during those time periods, people often collectively believe in the rightness of those actions. Those who disagree, or speakout due to conscience often share the same fate as those they try to help, but for some it's the only choice. This was apparent during the internment of the Japanese, and recently with the deportation of thousands upon thousands of middle eastern Americans and their children, with 9/11 terrorism as the justification. It's a continuous cycle that each generation goes through. Each must once again learn and reflect on the lessons from the past. Each must make the same mistakes, come to the same consensus, and then take corrective actions. This type of consensus usually takes years, and depending on how deep the scare on the human psyche was it can even take decades to heal, or for that truth to come to light. During those dark periods, unspeakable acts often occur, at the time the society often feel that these actions are justified, and are what they need to do to protect themselves. They gladly sacrifice freedom for a false sense of security and are willing to do the same or worst to others. From the inside this seems very sane very rational, when viewed from the outside this collective insanity is often viewed quite differently, but it is what it is.
Change is often a very slow and painful process, what has to happen when a society has been deeply conditioned is that the elements in that society that were conditioned have to become irrelevant and a new generation with a different mentality has to take it's place. Some societies can change in mid stream, this did happen to a degree in South Africa, with Apartheid and the attitudes that perpetuated it, but again change if often very slow, and can take years.
With Gang Stalking, I am trying to streamline the process as much as possible. Concepts such as mobbing and bullying, took a decade or more to finally become implanted in society. Where talking about mobbing was seen as a fringe subject, it's now mainstream. Where targets of mobbing were thought to be mentally having a breakdown or ill, it's now commonly recognized that this practice is wrong, and the targets are even winning lawsuits in courts of law. Exposure and awareness is happening for Gang Stalking as well, but it's still remains a very slow process. Unlike the other forms of systemic harassment, this form of harassment has the seal of approval from the state, and thus getting this exposed within society is going to be a much more involved process. There are legal aspects to consider, some people may want to speak out, but might feel socially as well as legally pressured not to. This has to change. The same sorts of unacceptable outcomes are happening to targets of Gang Stalking that happen to targets of bullying, mobbing. The process is working much like the Stasi system did in Germany or the Cointelpro system did in America and that is unacceptable.
I believe that change happens when people are ready for that change to happen, when they have had enough and they say enough is enough. When they storm the bastille in France, or the German embassy and take down the wall. I know in Germany this process took 40 years or more for people to finally reclaim what was theirs and to this day, the scares of that time period remain. Chance can be slow and painful, especially when it's something that is systemic and something that is ingrained in each generation. Truth can come to light however, it did with the exposure of the abuses that were happening within the Catholic Church. After years of silence, truth finally came to light, but at the sacrifice of the victims and so many of their supporters. 20 years ago, suggesting a priest had committed such an offence, would likely have resulted in being annexed from society, now today it's common knowledge that such does happen, and it's openly discussed. Part of the conspiracy of silence has been exposed. The same can happen with Gang Stalking and this system, but people have to want it to.
The information is there, the truth is out there, you can point to it, discuss it, link to it, but what I can't do for you is make you free to use it. You have to want that in your own time period. You have to want that freedom, and do something to earn it. People are just not as willing today as they were 40 to 50 years ago. We are as usual happy to have others go to war for freedoms. Most are willing to have others sacrifice, so that they can stay free. Many talk a good talk, but never follow it through with any actions. Many have tried to point the way to freedom, and fallen by the wayside for their efforts. As long as the slavery and the chains that bind are more comfortable, or seem more secure than the need to fight for freedom, and to expose the system that is binding, then this system will remain. As long as people are just comfortable enough, then all efforts will be in vain, and that is not fair, and that is not right. I think there is a point where you do what you can for others, but at some point those people that you are fighting for have to do something for themselves. Freedom is a choice, even if it's just in your mind.
This is the way that it's always been done, and thus it continues, but if for some reason, the way things have been done, no longer works, then I encourage you to think about making a change. Small changes here and there, but take some ownership, some responsibility, be an agent of the change that you want. Till then I grow tied of hearing about outside elements that are keeping others enslaved. Do I think other factors exist, yes, but I think one of the biggest factors are the people at ground level, and their willingness to go along with what is happening. Till it get's uncomfortable enough, people will not change. I find that the groups most willing to accept these ideas and to discuss them, are the groups at the farthest fringes of society. Maybe it's because these groups that are excluded from society, or not considered to be mainstream, have felt the chains of oppression a little more than others? Will change only then happen when others feel the same levels of oppression? Is this just a continuous cycle that human society goes through in every time period? Is this just something that each generation must continually relearn, or can they see the truth, before the final chain of oppression closes in? I don't have the answer to these questions. History can teach a lot, but I have to believe that each time period has to answer for it's own unique actions. Has to be accountable for it's own choices and decisions. History can guide, and be a great teacher, but only if people are willing to learn those lessons, or appreciate what has gone before.
Till then there is hope. Hope that society will wake up, take a look at it's actions, the system that it's a part of and decide if it's time for change, or decide that that system is really working, and that they want it to continue. In effect, change can happen, but only if you want it to happen, when the time is right for that change to happen. When the whisper of one, becomes the scream of many. Till then there will just be this void, this silence, knowing that something is terribly wrong with this system, but being willing to do little about it. Till then I remain prayerful and hopeful, but I am also a realist, and I do know what human history is like.