What does Property Management and Property Managers have to do with Organized Stalking, also known as Gangstalking?
DEFINITIONS AND VARIATIONS OF GANG STALKING
A Noise Campaign is an orchestrated effort to produce stress in a victim through prolonged exposure to significant noise levels. A Noise Campaign can range from multiple neighbors routinely playing loud music, individual stalkers with air-horns or fireworks, or organized “repair work” that involves a high level of noise.
“GHOSTING” OR “GASLIGHTING”
The term Ghosting refers to the practice of rearranging, or moving, of a victim’s home furniture, lawn decorations, desk decorations at work, etc. The purpose of Ghosting is to make a victim question his or her sanity. Ghosting is also designed to make other’s question the sanity of the victim, especially if the victim attempts to complain of the abuse.
WHO, OR WHAT, IS ULTIMATELY BEHIND GANG STALKING?
Corporations, Government Organizations, Military,
Societies/Fraternities/Orders, Religious Cults and Destructive “New
Age” Groups, “Concerned” Community Groups/Vigilante Groups, Criminal
Organizations, Volunteer Police Organizations, etc.
WHO ARE THE STALKERS?
The stalkers, for the most part, are everyday citizens. Other stalkers
are “street thugs” who have been hired to harass and intimidate. Some
Stalkers are actual Private Investigators who have been hired to gather
information concerning the victim. Many stalkers are members of
volunteer police groups.
THE GOAL OF GANG STALKING
The expressed goal of Gang Stalking is to silence a victim, drive a
victim insane and possibly to the point of suicide, or destroy the
victim’s reputation and believability as the person will likely be
viewed as mentally ill should they complain or report the abuse. Gang
Stalking is also used to gather information on individuals as well as
force individuals to move or leave an area.
The term Gas-Lighting originates from the 1944 film Gaslight. In the
movie, the character of Gregory Anton, played by actor Charles Boyer,
attempts to drive the character Pauline, played by actress Ingrid
Bergman, insane. The phrase Gas-Lighting has come to mean similar
actions and behavior, as used in the film, against a victim.
1944 Gaslight staring Ingrid Bergman
A Noise Campaign is an orchestrated effort to produce stress in a
victim through prolonged exposure to significant noise levels. A Noise
Campaign can range from multiple neighbors routinely playing loud
music, individual stalkers with air-horns or fireworks, or organized
“repair work” that involves a high level of noise.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Question: Has any former Stalker ever spoken out against Gang Stalking?
Answer: -Yes! David Lawson, a licensed Private Investigator in Florida,
participated in Gang Stalking for approximately 12 years. He has since
wrote a book, Terrorist Stalking in America, detailing how and why the
government, corporations, organizations, and societies hire people to
stalk, torture, and harass certain individuals.
“Cause stalking, which is also called gang stalking, is performed by extremist and anti-government groups. Targets include activists, the enemies of politicians and the corporations they work for, whistle blowers, Public Officials, and Doctors who perform abortions. They also select targets of opportunity. These are not enemies of the group, but are selected, based on their vulnerability. Stalking groups can be as large as hundreds of people. Stalking is only part of their activities. Targets are subjected to harassment campaigns, break-ins, staged incidents, street theater, vandalism, etc. Their M.O. is 1.Identify, 2. Vilify, 3. Nullify 4. Destroy. This book is a guide for victims on how to get rid of these people. We have added a chapter on how to run your own PsyOps. Visit CauseStalking.Net.”
The following below is excerpted from;
A more psychological definition of gaslighting is “an increasing frequency of systematically withholding factual information from, and/or providing false information to, the victim – having the gradual effect of making them anxious,confused, and less able to trust their ownmemory and perception.
Or maybe your boss gets angry because you didn’t prepare the report he asked you to. When you remind him that he usually prepares that particular report, he snaps that he told you to take care of it a few days ago because he was too busy. However, you know he never asked you to do so.
Both of these could be considered gaslighting.