Gang Stalking is a systemic form of control, which seeks to destroy every aspect of a Targeted Individuals life. Once a target is flagged, their information is sent out to the community at large, and they are followed around 24/7 by the various communities that they are in. A covert investigation might also be opened, and electronic means used by the civilian spies/snitches as part of the overt and covert monitoring and surveillance process.
The citizen informants can be parts of these community oriented policing programs, but are often just average citizens. Everyone in the targets life is contacted, advised as to why the individual has been flagged, advised not to discuss the flagging and asked to be a part of the ongoing, never ending monitoring (systemic harassment) process. This process is covertly designed to destroy the target over time, leaving them with no form of support.
Gang Stalking is experienced by the Targeted Individual as psychological attack, that is capable of immobilizing and destroying them over time. The covert methods used to harass, persecute, and falsely defame the targets often leave no evidence to incriminate the civilian spies.
It's similar to workplace mobbing, but takes place outside in the community. It called Gang Stalking, because groups of organized community members stalk and monitor the targets 24/7.
Joe blew the whistle at work about the bad things that his company was doing. To silence Joe, they had him flagged as aggressive and dangerous. His information was sent out to every community, store, apartment, and future job. Then the Gang Stalking began in earnest.
After Joe got flagged his life feel apart, weird things started to happen, harassment, mobbing, he thought he was going crazy, but it was really just the community acting hyper vigilante trying to get rid of him. They assumed based on the flagging that he was crazy or dangerous.
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