Posted by jeremy on May 19, 2011 11:21 am.



I’ve dissected several phrases that have framed targeting in misleading ways in the past, in “Targeting terminology”. I’ll continue to update that word list as I learn more about targeting.

The terminology that no TI seems to question - that’s the basis for the name of this web site - might be the most misleading of all.

Seductive, but wrong

The phrase “targeted individual” seems like a very good fit when you’re several months into "the program", because it looks like the whole world is out to get you. It’s a seductive phrase; it changes your world view. You naturally gravitate to incredible explanations for why you, of all people, were “targeted”.

The real explanation might be much less flattering; it might be that your life was thrown away to advance a psychological operation, because you happened to be in a position where you couldn’t defend yourself.

The truth is rarely as pleasant as a good lie.

Rooted in a fallacy

The phrase targeted individual begs the question: “why you?”

This is the question that every regular on my site has grappled with. It’s the question that’s naturally asked of them when they try to explain their experiences.

Many of us are aware we’ve been sent on multi-year wild goose chases, having been presented with convincing patsies - like a neighbor with connections, or another party in a financial deal gone sour - or with scapegoats, like satanic cults or criminal gangs.

There are some TI’s who really have to be kept down, for one reason or another; I’ll get to that issue in a minute. But a solid majority of targets, having passed through the initial smoke screens, are aware that it doesn’t seem like there’s a good reason to go after them.

A different way of looking at the situation

The TI’s who are aware they’re targeted are managed as a group. Their effectiveness in a group is subverted by their very own actions - by the one-sided deals they make with their handlers to get some relief. Those deals, taken all together, add up to a conspiracy.

Individual players can’t see the conspiracy, but we can all see the effects. The effects of this conspiracy are to make anyone trying to expose electronic mind control black operations look ridiculous. Chances are, that’s the purpose of the conspiracy.

Several regulars on my web site are aware that there’s nothing experimental about mind control technology; it’s being used against many people, not just the ones who are aware of it. Human experimentation is a cover story, but it might not be the true goal.

Maybe it never was about you.

Your role as an intelligence agency asset

There are certain kinds of jobs that nobody in their right mind would agree to do. For those jobs, there are other motivators: the tools of coercion and deception we’ve become familiar with.

Some people associated with the community of TI’s have been pack mules for intelligence agencies for most of their lives. They may have multiple personalities, special skills or talents, or other unique qualities that make them valuable.

The rest of us have other uses.

Your job, if you should choose to accept it, is to spread disinformation about black operations. There are many possible cover stories you can help out with. The one that’s the best fit for your background will be chosen for you:

  • Enormous networks of Satanic cults;
  • UFO’s and extraterrestrials;
  • Vast, networked gangs of vigilantes, exacting justice on individuals they’ve singled out by dispatching teams to move a carpet six inches, for example;
  • Directed energy weapons that pass through all obstacles without leaving a trace behind - yet still have a devastating effect on human flesh. Remember, you don’t have to take measurements or see anything happening to prove you’re being attacked with energy weapons. Just getting confirmation from other assets on the conference calls should be good enough;
  • Closely related to the previous campaign, new physics;
  • Anything except implants;
  • Helping to portray anyone who talks about the real underlying issues as mentally ill or deluded.

In your role as an asset, you have to be stripped of all your resources, so you have very little choice except to go along with the program. This will help out with other motivators later; after you’ve stopped fearing the agency, it can appeal to your greed.

The job will last as long as you’re willing to work at it.

When can you start?


  1. Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  D. for Citizens That Know

    Quote Jeremy : ‘Several regulars on my web site are aware that there’s nothing experimental about mind control technology; it’s being used against many people, not just the ones who are aware of it. Human experimentation is a cover story, but it might not be the true goal.’

    I believe that many TC’s (Targeted Citizens) have been used in experiments. Are they ‘clinical trials’ as is the focus of the Bioethics Comm.’s discussion? Based on my own experiences, I feel that I, and probably many others, have been used to develop and test methods and technology by an agency who uses Cointelpro tactics. Also, as a tool or pawn to test or experiment on how to implement the programs.

    http://appliedclinicaltrialsonline.findpharma.com/appliedclinicaltrials/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=283029

    http://appliedclinicaltrialsonline.findpharma.com/TrialDesign

     
    May 19, 2011 07:53:29 PM


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    • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  JackOrr

      There are probably thousands of targets who do not know they are being messed with, my brother in law just happened to get sick 2 separate days when they knew I was filing my lawsuit. They knew he was filing the paper work.

      There are some targets who Im sure are being attacked at low levels for years to get them sick later. Those people have no idea whats going on.

       
      May 19, 2011 09:26:06 PM

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      • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  Justin

        I don’t think “targeted individual” is technically incorrect, but the term is admittedly not the best way to present ourselves to the outside world. I welcome any alternative suggestions.

        (By the way, links to the wayback machine aren’t working for me. Connections get bogged down or reset as if the wayback machine is seriously overloaded. Maybe it is, for all I know.)

        It isn’t obvious why certain individuals are targeted. If “[our] life was thrown away to advance a psychological operation,” we must have been getting in the way of that psyop somehow. What kind of psyop are you envisioning, who’s behind it, who are the real targets, and what is this psyop trying to accomplish?

        What of the idea of “vast, networked gangs of vigilantes”? This may or may not be accurate, depending on how you interpret it.

        I do agree that there is a lot of disinfo floating around, but the fact remains that we are targeted year after year at considerable expense on somebody’s part. Could greed for power, not necessarily money, play a part in perps’ motivation?

        May 19, 2011 10:04:05 PM

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        • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  jeremy

          we must have been getting in the way of that psyop somehow.

          I don’t see that at all.

          What kind of psyop are you envisioning, who’s behind it, who are the real targets, and what is this psyop trying to accomplish?

          All you have to do is look at other targets’ web sites (for the most part, I leave those sorts of sites off my list of sites, but sites on my list might link to them), and drop by the conference calls. Then look at the public’s reaction (see: “A list of resources used to ridicule targets”), as well as what newspapers have written about TI’s. The psy-op is right in front of your face.

          We’re being used to create straw men which can be demolished by eager skeptics, to get people to ignore the truth behind these operations.

          Also, the tech is being used in other ways, to create credible witnesses and insiders for intelligence agency disinformation. See: “CIA-sponsored disinformation campaigns related to targeting”.

          May 19, 2011 10:17:14 PM

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          • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  Justin

            we must have been getting in the way of that psyop somehow.

            I don’t see that at all.

            Then why don’t the perpetrators of this psyop just save their time and money by leaving us alone? Or are they in a position to appropriate public money for this purpose? Even so, why expend the effort?

            Point taken about the strawman/credible-witness disinfo.

            You’ve criticized manpower-intensive theories of gangstalking. Do you have an educated guess or opinion of just how much manpower is involved?

            How organized are the perps (for want of a better word)? I have a feeling that they started out as various factions targeting various individuals for various reasons, and over time, these factions started to collude, merge, and develop a more unified agenda. This may have reduced the amount of manpower required.

            May 19, 2011 11:16:49 PM

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            • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  jeremy

              …why don’t the perpetrators of this psyop just save their time and money by leaving us alone? Or are they in a position to appropriate public money for this purpose?

              Anyone who’s been through the entire program knows that regardless of what tricks are used to disguise the origins of the funding, it ultimately comes from the State.

              Even so, why expend the effort…

              Point taken about the strawman/credible-witness disinfo.

              That’s the reason for expending the effort. Throwing away a few hundred people is a good price to pay for covering up black operations of an enormous scope.

              You’ve criticized manpower-intensive theories of gangstalking. Do you have an educated guess or opinion of just how much manpower is involved?

              As I’ve said, I can’t tell you where your problems are coming from - and neither can you, without a lot of perspective. (See: “Only time, and travel, will tell”.) It might look very different to you after you’ve moved a few times or have gotten better at fending off their tactics.

              I’ve already explained where I think most of the manpower is coming from. But you’re not going to be able to see that unless or until you’re allowed to see it, just like everything else about your ordeal. You only learn you’re under surveillance because they let you know - and so on.

              May 20, 2011 05:58:02 AM

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            • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  leaflet8410

              Jeremy, if you are referring to my tumblr…I just linked it so I could network with other targets. It wasn’t meant to be a stand-alone site disseminating information. If I appear ridiculous it’s because in my real life I write comedy.

              I have perfectly legitimate reasons for being targeted that have nothing to do with UFOs or the occult. My interest in space (astronomy) or occult subjects are purely mental gymnastics (hobbies) on my part. Before I was aware that gang stalking/electronic harassment was a “thing,” I did couch my suspicions in the paranormal because there was no other frame of reference.

              As far as the other sites are concerned, yours has been the most rational I’ve seen and that’s why I was drawn to it. If you weren’t referring to my tumblr, someone will.

              May 21, 2011 04:53:20 AM

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              • not talking about you  jeremy

                I wasn’t talking about any of my regulars’ web sites. I’m talking about certain other web sites. I refuse to legitimize them by naming them, but you’ll find them if you look around enough.

                May 21, 2011 04:58:33 AM

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                • Re: not talking about you  leaflet8410

                  Thanks for that. I’m kind of sensitive right now.

                  May 21, 2011 05:08:25 AM

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          • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  JenniferLAyres

            I think the term “Targeted Individual” is appropriate because it can and does encompass all reasons for being targeted. We are clearly being targeted for one reason or another. I also think to change the term at this point would be counterproductive and hurtful to the TI community who have seemed to come to accept this label for what is being done to us. It appears obvious to me that the technology that has been used on us is in an experimental stage where the operators are not even aware of it’s safety or side-affects. I can accept the fact that there may be a reason that some people are targeted to protect other interests. What I can not accept is the way that the government has chosen to influence people which amounts to torture and human experimentation. Cointelpro was not acceptable once it was exposed and neither will this program be if it is ever exposed.

            May 20, 2011 03:24:29 AM

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            • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  anon

              There are some TI’s who really have to be kept down, for one reason or another; I’ll get to that issue in a minute. But a solid majority of targets, having passed through the initial smoke screens, are aware that it doesn’t seem like there’s a good reason to go after them.

              Perhaps I missed where you on this elaborated further within the above post.

              Kept down how? By whom? Why?

              If the reason was not explicitly stated, is the subsequent section (about usefulness in spreading disinfo) the reason? Are misinformed or speculating TIs the ones that need to be kept down? And are you saying that other TIs are to have a role in performing such a function?

              Not clear -

               
              May 20, 2011 07:40:40 AM

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              • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  jeremy

                Perhaps I missed where you on this elaborated further within the above post.

                Kept down how? By whom? Why?

                I went on to talk about “intelligence agency pack mules” and added, “…you have to be stripped of all your resources, so you have very little choice except to go along with the program”. But if it’s not clear, then I have to reword it.

                If the reason was not explicitly stated, is the subsequent section (about usefulness in spreading disinfo) the reason? Are misinformed or speculating TIs the ones that need to be kept down? And are you saying that other TIs are to have a role in performing such a function?

                See above. I think it’s really the TI’s who are targeted “for no reason” who are used against individuals for whom there is a good reason.

                I think I’ve got something here, but I have to work on the article to make it more clear.

                BTW, I talked to a journalist yesterday who “gets it” and is going to be putting out an article based on what I and a few others explained to him. He does see, like I do, this common thread running through all the stories about alien abductions, and satanic cults, and mind control victim stories - he sees the cover up and smoke screen.

                May 20, 2011 07:55:37 AM

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                • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  anon

                  BTW, I talked to a journalist yesterday who “gets it” and is going to be putting out an article based on what I and a few others explained to him. He does see, like I do, this common thread running through all the stories about alien abductions, and satanic cults, and mind control victim stories - he sees the cover up and smoke screen.

                  Ok, I think I get where you were heading.

                  Yes, the disinfo cover stories are an effective smokescreen for actual purposes.

                  See above. I think it’s really the TI’s who are targeted “for no reason” who are used against individuals for whom there is a good reason.

                  This is where we need to elaborate more. Might help more ppl understand the big picture. People learn by example, so a few examples of how you see this playing out would be great.

                   
                  May 20, 2011 08:12:03 AM

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                  • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  rawn

                    I have to admit I when I first received the newsletter the whole concept shocked me : being in the crosshairs and Targeted.. yikes!

                    True, I’m only a few months old in this discovery process but the terms suggested violence that didn’t sit right with me

                    No I’m not suggesting changing the terms and icon.. Its like Jennifer says…your trademark…at this point go with it.

                    Jeremy you have a great site that has helped the doubting side of me that so objected to all this unbelievable technology

                    I’m just glad I didn’t suffer for more than 5 yrs not knowing what’s up with all the “craziness” showing up in my life all of sudden.

                    I can hardly stand the C calls that breed so much negative criticism, although a good place for observing group thought for the big picture.

                    What really puzzles me is if they don’t want you to know whats going on why give you any clues at all?

                    I found out due to a local radio program that aired a “special” 1 hour recording of Dr. John Hall speaking. Now am I to suspect this was planned just for me?

                    I would never suspect that because of what Dr. hall was saying even though No other known TI’s around here for many many miles that I know of.

                     
                    May 20, 2011 10:00:19 AM

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                    • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  BetterBelieve

                      “I think it’s really the TI’s who are targeted “for no reason” who are used against individuals for whom there is a good reason.”

                      And what are the “good reasons” that individuals are targeted?

                      May 20, 2011 01:08:50 PM

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                      • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  jeremy

                        And what are the “good reasons” that individuals are targeted?

                        I’m talking about “good” for them, not for the targets.

                        May 21, 2011 04:33:19 AM

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                  • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  anon

                    Several regulars on my web site are aware that there’s nothing experimental about mind control technology; it’s being used against many people, not just the ones who are aware of it. Human experimentation is a cover story, but it might not be the true goal.

                    Agreed it is a dicey issue.

                    I’ve mentioned before that if this program/marathon is an experiment, it lacks several of the hallmarks of traditionally designed and conducted experiments, esp. with regard to: informed consent, being able to opt out, being informed of the risks and/or benefits of “participating,” knowing who the researchers are, knowing where the funding is coming from, or ever being debriefed after the study is “over.”

                    That being said, much of the above can be attributed to the non-consensual dimension of the research, and there are two ways NCHSE can occur: 1) Informed Consent gained through Surrogacy or 2) DHHS or FDA provides a Waiver of Consent to the researcher.

                    1) Surrogacy. An appointee provides informed consent on behalf of the person to be “enrolled” in the study. At the Comm hearing, an MD from Cornell, necessarily uses surrogacy to get permission to provide the medical intervention of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) to hospitalized patients who are either in a vegetative state or minimally conscious. The ethical argument for surrogacy in this situation passes muster because: a) the patient’s medical diagnosis precludes the patient’s ability to give consent, and b) the medical intervention has the chance of bringing said patient back into the realm of consciousness, whereby he or she would regain the advantage of being able to advocate for him or herself.

                    But that brings us to the whole issue of credentialing, whereby a dubious diagnostic process is implemented to cast the potential subject as unable to advocate on their own behalf, thus permitting surrogacy to suffice in lieu of the subject’s own informed consent.

                    2) Waivers of Consent. Researchers are allowed to conduct research without obtaining any consent whatsoever (from Subject or Surrogate). The caveat for such research include that: a) no more than minimal risk or discomfort will be experienced by the subject, b) the greater Public Good is served, and/or c) the research cannot be conducted any other way, because the outcome would be jeopardized if the subject were aware of his/her inclusion.

                    Human experimentation is a cover story, but it might not be the true goal.

                    Yes and no. If surrogacy or waiver of consent is at issue (and it is my opinion that it is), the program or marathon is likely a DHHS-approved Behavior Modification program (at least for some TIs - the issue of weapons testing may be a separate issue, although subjects may all be dumped into one “pool” to be used for multiple experiments. And if it’s Behavior Mod, I don’t see how we can get around the issue that it *does* have something to do with who we are.

                    The rouse is that there is anything about our behavior, per se, that needs to be modified. The reality is that the experiment’s individual and collective effects are to neutralize people (physical health, financial solvency, employability, housing, etc.)

                    Bottom line: DHHS might have approved a behavior mod program, having themselves been deceived as to the real goals of the research. The fact that the program/marathon has multiple components (possible brain-mapping, AI), indicates that multiple parties would be interested in the “outcomes” of the effectiveness of using various electronic technologies to redirect and/or shape human behavior.

                     
                    May 20, 2011 08:06:57 AM

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                    • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  lkjohnson

                      Behavior modification efforts can be seen,with the people who attended the Bioethics Commission meeting in New York, who reported sleep deprivation, and heavy attack. This was done to reduce their ability to communicate effectively, and appear credable. The fact that targets are reduced to zero, financially and professionally, supports my belief this is used as a revenge service.So many TI’s want to know how they got on the list-Something Ted Gunderson could enlighten us on,if he will only release more information.

                      May 20, 2011 01:15:32 PM

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                      • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  D. for Citizens That Know

                        I didn’t speak, though a target, but had full intention of going to the hearing. Was targeted and sleep deprived in an attempt to keep me from following through. THEIR doing this makes it obvious that my intentions were well known, probably by viewing my internet posts.

                        But, I disagree that these programs are exclusively about revenge, if that’s what you’re saying. Certainly they can be used that way, and have been, I’m sure. THEY certainly want targets to think they have ‘earned’ the treatment and are in some way playing into it. But, for the most part, people, IMO, have been selected to be treated this way because they are ‘easy targets’ and the methods and technology that Cointelpro pathologically needs to create (Hey, they make plenty of $$$ for development, sales, implementation, etc.) can be tested on them with little chance of repercussion.

                        As a target, I know it’s not happening in response to me personally. In my case, and in the case of many others, it started very early in life. Anyhoo… I think it mostly happens because it is lucrative for many people, as indicated above, and it also fulfills an unhealthy need to dominate, prey upon, and control others. In other words, as far as I’m concerned, it’s a mental health issue, on the part of the perps, that manifests as greed and uncontrollable need to invade other people’s boundaries and rights.

                         
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                      • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  Annie

                        Anon, I agree on everything you say here. Its most likely that this could be a behaviour modification program, and it would then also explain the extreme torture. I have had a hard time understand that part, as I can understand the exprimentation or research part, (even if of course not ever accept it, when not consent) But the cruelty of the torture is a bit mysterious. Also it could be a mix of all the things you mentioned and they take benefit from the torture for the psyche part. I also agree it could have something to do with “who we are”, and then I mean personalities, I have seen a “pattern” among for instance swedish victims, but I do not think thats enough, it also has to be other parts that fits, such as medical history, family history (illnesses etc.)and so on, for being picked.

                         
                        May 21, 2011 06:18:46 AM

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                        • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  lkjohnson

                          I do think the people doing this have a type of personality, that enjoys having power and control of an individual. Family history plays a role, as my father was targeted,as was his mother. The reason that I have felt there was a revenge aspect to this, as a lot of people in this state, got a divorce and were targeted during this time.That could be disinformation, so the wrong person is blamed. It is hard to say how people get picked for a program of this nature, which is a violation of civil rights, and pure torture.

                          May 22, 2011 02:33:48 PM

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                          • RE: Experiment or not? That is the Qn  D. for Citizens That Know

                            I do think the people doing this have a type of personality, that enjoys having power and control of an individual.

                            Stepping back from this, emotionally, realize that no one with a healthy mind would have need to do this or use whatever technology is derived from it. All of this activity, IMO, stems from the psychological need of an individual with a disordered psyche. They are working out their own issues, by treating others in these heinous ways. My view is that it is ‘Narcissistic Personality Disorder’.
                            http://forum2.aimoo.com/NARCISSISTICPERSONALITYDISORDER

                            …That could be disinformation, so the wrong person is blamed.

                            It is an MO of a disordered person like the NPD, to twist info, so that it favors them and deflects the negativity away from them. They will use this to advantage and incorporate it as a strategy to legitimize it. It would be a huge change, and shift in perspective, when everyone else realizes that the NPD does this pathologically and not with objectivity and control of their actions. This is not to say that they don’t excel at behaving this way, disordered as it is.

                             
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                            • Creating an account  jeremy

                              Hi D,

                              Would you mind creating an account so I can link all your comments to it? Otherwise I’m afraid I’m going to have to start dropping the moderation hammer because of the NPD stuff.

                              I want readers to be able to see the biases or agendas of commenters clearly. Unregistered commenters who use my site to advance a single point of view are a problem. It looks manipulative, no matter how benign the commenter’s intentions are.

                              I’m not accusing you of anything, but I have to draw a line somewhere.

                              Let this citizen know.


                              (Plus, there are benefits, like having a link to your site one click away from every comment you make.)

                              May 30, 2011 12:25:08 PM

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                      • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  derek

                        Schizophrenia as an issue of itself is what i think sums up the basis of this whole site.

                        I like targeted individual because it gives an alternative to the masochistic and just plain wrong term of ‘schizophrenia’

                        Specifically, what is technologically induced voice hallucination technology

                         
                        May 20, 2011 10:33:56 PM

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                        • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  jeremy

                          He’s probably talking about concerns that were articulated in greater detail in this AYT forum thread about the public comments session.

                          May 21, 2011 04:56:27 AM

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                        • Re: Is 'targeted individual' misleading terminology?  johninSD

                          It has in a few instances become silly when it seems people would like to reinvent terminology long accepted by the community and worked with by other activists for years (one person using “extrajudiciously targeted” comes to mind, a horrible label as it says to me you committed some crime the courts couldn’t punish you for. while it may be the case that suggests it’s deserved)
                          Targeted individual does sound awkward.
                          This goes on much longer the relentless and sadistic way it has been I may shuck it all and get back to basics:

                          This is criminal. There is no need to confuse, obfuscate or make me look like some kook in a paperback thriller sitting in a supermarket checkout rack.

                          I’m a victim of a crime under U.S.C. title 18 section 241 and probably 243. A long term applied campaign of mental duress and physical harassment meant to break me, committed by two or more persons conspiring with intent to deprive me of my civil rights.

                          A Victim.

                           
                          May 21, 2011 01:13:58 AM

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                          • Targeted Citizen?  D. for Citizens That Know

                            I personally always resisted the term TI. I really feel that all we do has to be proactive. We didn’t start this, and we shouldn’t be on the defensive, but pushing back the psychos into their own pile of cacca very firmly, for treating us this way.

                            To me saying the letters ‘T’ ‘I’, almost feels like I’m saying that ‘I’ am a ‘target’. Also, ‘Individual’ is a word that isolates and singles someone out. I started using the letters ‘TC’, recently, because I feel ‘targeted citizen’ is an offense to everyone, as well as a threat. Which is exactly what these programs are. And maybe people would relate to us better. However, TC, may be hard for targets who really feel caught in the cross hairs and are very worried about ‘I’. ‘Are you targeting ‘I’'? Not to mention that it’s a term that’s new.

                             
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                            • Re: Targeted Citizen?  jeremy

                              The question I’m raising in this article is whether it’s really about the individual complaining about being targeted - and if it’s not, does “TI” place undue weight on the complainant’s perceptions? Sure, they led me to believe that it was all about me and my flaws… but that’s just a psychological manipulation tactic. I know I’m not unique in this regard.

                              Has the use of the term “TI” led many of us astray? That’s what I’m asking.

                              TC doesn’t seem to address any problems with the phrase, and raises troubling new questions. A “citizen” is an individual, right? So when using “TC”, you’re still talking about targeting individuals, but now you’re drawing a distinction between individuals who are citizens, and those who aren’t.

                              May 21, 2011 08:16:43 PM

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                              • Re: Targeted Citizen?  Stand Alone Complex

                                Thats the power of words, how it changes the manner in which we think of things.

                                We need to keep our minds fluidic enough to consider what is going on in a logical manner not emotional responses to labels.

                                Think of a chessgame where everyone calls a certain piece a “bishop” but that piece is moving around like a “knight”.

                                Think of the trap of “gangstalking” and how this has traditionally been a kind of thinking trap.

                                 
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                                • Re: Targeted Citizen?  D. for Citizens That Know

                                  I am saying that ‘TI’ sets a person up to feel, and to seem to others, that they are being singled out. And maybe it’s true sometimes. I can’t imagine that one of us ‘victims’ would come up with the term ‘targeted individual’. I’d be more likely to say something that directs the attention to what the perps are doing. so, I would say that ‘yes’, the term ‘TI’ is meant to lead the person astray, by the perps. It’s propaganda. If it’s us to up to create our own proaganda we want it to convey that it is happening to us without cause and it could happen to anyone else.

                                  My view, always, is that the problem is the behavior of the perps, no matter the targeted person may be. They could never account for themselves. What do you think they call themselves?

                                  For me, the change with the term TC is that everyone can identify with being a ‘Citizen’. Though point taken, there are many people who are new to this country and aren’t Citizens yet, who may also be targeted.

                                  Maybe the problem really is that we are being stalked, harassed and having our lives destroyed. Any term is a bad one.

                                   
                                  May 22, 2011 01:51:05 PM


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                              • Mentioned on raven1.net in the year 2000  jeremy

                                The earliest mention on a CIA/DoD asset’s site I can find:

                                http://web.archive.org/web/20000229053033/http://www.raven1.net/ravindex.htm

                                … raven1.net (Feb. 2000).

                                That’s not to say the terminology was invented by her, but it looks like she’s the one who popularized it.

                                May 29, 2011 05:34:02 PM

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