Posted by jeremy on November 22, 2009 4:04 pm.
In a recent comment, Angelica asks:
Why haven’t the FBI or the CIA or Homeland Security stopped these websites or infiltrated these gangstalking organizations?
The answer to this question is not going to sit well with many readers. Other readers have already deduced the answer, and also know the answer is not to many people’s liking, which may be why they didn’t respond. To address the question, I’ll have to give not only my answer, but the method by which I arrived at it.
This is not new ground for TI’s. Mark Rich has covered this topic in his own article, A camp for every belief. Of the theory that vigilantes or other extremists are behind these gang stalking campaigns, he writes:
Supposedly, one of this group’s primary enemies is the government. Yet this global network is able to command significant federal, state, & local resources. They roam the streets of your neighborhood with impunity. They have the full support of all key centers of the community. How can an anti-government extremist group do this?…
Surely a network of vigilante extremists with military-grade weapons that are capable of causing the traceless murder of top government officials must be a threat to national security, right? Wouldn’t it be mainstream public knowledge that this threat existed, just like the terror alerts which the public is bombarded with?
This is exactly the line of reasoning I employed when I broke out of the Vigilante Network camp of thought. I had been willing to believe that a large group of people had somehow been riled up against me and were misusing law enforcement resources in their campaign, and so on, but cracks started appearing in this theory in 2007.
First, they had stalked me in every town, eventually following me to a location a hundred miles away from ‘ground zero’. Second, they had been able to get at things they shouldn’t have been able to, from day one, but in mid-2007 they got at my safe deposit box. Third, in early 2008 I began experiencing conspicuous mental and sensory surveillance, and it was made clear to me that I had been under this surveillance since the very beginning.
It had become obvious to me that this was not an ordinary vigilante operation. Somehow, I had blundered into a massive conspiracy (or such was my reasoning in early 2008) run by people who had essentially taken over the government and many institutions, and were stealing the nation’s most advanced surveillance technology for use in vendettas like this one.
I had repudiated the Vigilante Network theory and joined the Wrong Hands camp, without having seen a single TI web site.
Of this camp, Mark Rich says:
Another belief which has been promoted is that the governments have these weapons, but that through carelessness they have fallen into the wrong hands… the implication is that the program is run by a tiny rogue element within the government.
He goes on to ask several good questions:
How could these rogue federal entities command significant state resources & direct these citizen groups, every day, all across the planet, without ever being detected?
Why have [government officials] ignored these complaints? Shouldn’t they at least be concerned for their own safety? After all, this is military-grade, silent killing technology. Furthermore, this global network of Gang Stalkers is essentially a political weapon, & whoever controls it obviously wields significant influence. So, shouldn’t they be interested in learning of its origin & purpose?
As an unwitting advocate of the Wrong Hands theory, I took it for granted that my government would be eager to know about how this technology was being misappropriated and who was using it. How could they possibly not see this as a national security issue, was my reasoning.
In early 2009, after Obama had taken office, I struggled with the issue of how to approach my government. I knew it was going to be difficult to find the right channel to send this information through.
I decided to contact the National Security Agency by phone. I was unable to get through to anyone other than their Public Affairs Office. The PR person I spoke to encouraged me to leave a message, which I did. She warned me that she could not make any promises.
The very next day, I drove directly to the National Security Agency building in Maryland. For those of you considering doing likewise, don’t, unless you’re invited. Because I hadn’t been invited, I was ‘rejected’. A K-9 security team searched my car very thoroughly, and then I was ordered to drive off to the side. After a long wait, a man identifying himself as a surveillance specialist interviewed me while armed guards watched suspiciously.
There was one important detail that I didn’t recognize the significance of at the time. I had written down the details of some vehicles I had observed following me in a notebook. A security officer spotted this page, tore it out, and asked me what the meaning of the information was. After I told him, he confiscated it.
I was referred to the FBI. I contacted them several times, and was mystified by their (and the NSA’s) lack of interest in this issue. My final phone call, in July 2009, included this excerpt which would turn out to be quite telling:
FBI agent: Don’t be ridiculous. They can’t read your mind through the internet!
Me: I didn’t say that. You’re putting words in my mouth. I said the gang stalking me was reading my mind while I was using the Internet, and commenting on it in chat rooms…
FBI agent: Gang stalking? Who told you about gang stalking!
Me: Uh, nobody told me anything.
FBI agent: Gang stalking! What web site did you learn about that from!
Me: Uh, it was just a phrase I used.
FBI agent: Anyway, I’m very sorry you feel you have to leave the country, but the FBI can’t help you…
I had decided that under the circumstances, it wouldn’t be a good idea to fly out of the country. I entered Canada, and amazingly, the stalking followed me there.
By early August, trying to understand how I could have been singled out for so much attention, I began searching for information on this phenomenon. I discovered conference calls hosted by Freedom From Covert Harassment & Surveillance, and listened in. What I heard convinced me that this was much bigger than I had imagined. I connected the dots with my encounters with the FBI and NSA, and realized that my government was involved.
I had joined the Government Support camp.
Mark Rich says this explanation is necessary, but it doesn’t go far enough:
No one wants to believe that their own government is deliberately & systematically murdering & torturing people on a massive scale. And that they were meticulous enough to block all standard escape routes. Because–this blocking tactic itself implies extremely brutal intentions. Unfortunately, this is the case.
… some advocates of this [theory] may conclude that the program stops at the highest level of the visible governments. Probably, some of these people are genuinely not aware of any higher controlling organizations.
For me, the Government Support camp was a brief layover. Once I had become aware of an entire community of people who were being persecuted the same way I was, I began obsessively learning everything I could about this phenomenon. I did not dismiss any theory out of hand, no matter how ridiculous. I reasoned that even the most bizarre conspiracy theories had some kernel of truth in them; if people experience things which the official channels deny the existence of, they will naturally try to come up with their own explanations.
I began contacting people who claimed to be having similar experiences in other countries. The details of their experiences rang true to me. I also knew that the stalking, surveillance, and directed energy weapons followed me seamlessly across at least one national border.
It was now clear - by late August, 2009 - that I had become targeted by an international, supra-governmental organization. Ever since then, I’ve been trying to get my mind around how this organization stays out of the public eye, and how it mobilizes so many people against targets - not to mention, why certain people get targeted for destruction. My web site reflects much of my current understanding.
The answer to Angelica’s question
The reason the federal law enforcement agencies aren’t intervening, or at least infiltrating the gang stalking groups we’re familiar with, is because they’ve been told not to.
Mark concludes his article with an important idea:
Identifying the true cause of a problem is an important step toward a remedy. With the limited resources that are available to you, you may never be able to attain the absolute truth regarding a phenomenon. But the higher your level of your understanding of a subject is, the better you’ll be able to explain it, & the more effective your actions will be.
I couldn’t have said it better myself. It is the rationale for this web site, and for my constant updates to it.