I just received the e-mail quoted below, and am publishing it here because it is a typical example of the never-ending baloney currently being promoted on the internet that blames private actors for the atrocities being committed by out-of-control intelligence agencies, on an ongoing basis.
But this is really nothing new. Since the middle of the last century, they have been blaming "mental illness" for victim complaints. In the 1980s, they started blaming "alien abductions." A few years ago, they added "gang stalking" to the list of false explanations.
Now in 2015, apparently, it's "collection agencies." My only question is, "how retarded can you get?"
Also, take notice of the websites this writer is promoting; they include FFCHS and the "Covert Harassment Conference," which in my judgment are government-sponsored traps designed to help corral true victims and direct their energies into useless avenues. Likewise with ICAACT, which promotes "RF scanning" as a solution, and a website called "bibliotecapleyades" which promotes the common disinformation theme (see MC301) that mind control is accomplished using "scalar waves" (both are nonsense, see MC402).
Quoted message follows below.
On 10/31/2015 10:18 AM, Abhi <[email protected]> wrote:
Collection agencies have access to a sophisticated, illegal technology network worldwide that uses the electromagnetic spectrum to extract, map and store private information (physical/physiological/speech/mental and online/telecom). They use this information and technology globally to continuously monitor, harass and attempt to manipulate targets as part of illegal collection practices in the 21st century.
Illegal Collections may be a source of finance for the network.
Some links with information on the tactics and technology used:
This is a social problem which will need consumers and regulators to be informed of the potential abuses of technology in the 21st century and take the necessary steps towards reforming the legal standards of collection and otherc covert surveillance practices.
Anything you can do to share this information with consumers/ regulators and/or law enforcement will be appreciated