2. Street Theater used in Gang Stalking
"Street theater" when spoken of in a gang stalking context refers to carefully scripted harassment by neighbors and strangers especially, but can include harassment by family, friends and co-workers. These skits are designed to keep a target at a high stress level, but are crafted so that outside observers are likely to wave the skits off as "the breaks". The cumulative effect of such skits can be crushing to sensitive victims. Noise, crowding in person or on the highway, stealing items from shopping cart when in the checkout line, and kids sent to hang out in front of, stare, make noise, in front of a victim's house or by putting strange items on a lawn as the victim drives by, such as a vacuum cleaner!
There was a car parked on the roadside and as soon as the person saw me coming, he opened the door and got out into the street! This street theater skit was designed to send a message to get out!
Because it is common to get out of cars it is hard for other people to understand. However in Gang Stalking this is shown to the victim in an overt way at first in a very unusual manner. In the example above it is obvious only to the victim that the person is sitting in the car waiting to get out as the victim goes by, instead of pulling up, stopping and getting out in a normal sequence.
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A manufactured commotion meant to distract.
Well, officer, there was a little street theater, and when I looked down, my bag was gone.
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It's a term that actually goes all the way back to 1600 Victoria-era England. Certain women, in an act of trying to get into certain high-end social circles, would openly and crudely mock and ridcule other women in hopes of publically humiliating them, oftentimes using what was considered course language back in the day.
One woman was ridiculing another and it was such street theater.
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