Posted by: targetedindividuals | September 16, 2008

The structure of our oppression

Targeted Individuals

 

Children as young as 8 are being employed by the state as “Covert human intelligence sources” aka snitches. They are being hired to spy on their neighbours in the Uk.
Read the article

The ACLU has released a report on Fusion Centers. 800,000 operatives will be dispersed thoughtout every American city and town. Set to report on even the most common everyday behaviors which will go into state, local and regional, linked data bases.
Read the PDF

American Civil servants, firefighters, police officers, Corporate Employees, learning to collect data and spy. The information then goes into secret data bases. They will also communicate in code. It’s what we have been saying all along. Watch Video

Cellphone stalking. Read and watch the true story of how a family was stalked, harassed and monitored with a cellphone. If it can be used on this family, it can be used on targets. Cellphone Stalking

Regulation of Investigatory Powers is a United Kingdom law, which enables public bodies to carry out investigations and surveillance on individuals. Authorities can use directed surveillance or intrusive surveillance for months or years. These types of operations often employ “covert human intelligence sources’. Recently these laws were abused by using them to spy on families for anti-social behaviours and noise complaints. Read the article

Read the R.I.P.A. Report

Jennifer Stoddart, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, has released a 48-page report warning that the RCMP (Canada’s national police force) is keeping thousands of files on regular citizens in secret databases which cannot be seen by the accused.
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Posted by: targetedindividuals | September 2, 2008

Targeted Individuals

It means having things stolen right from under your nose. As I am writing this the domain name http://www.TargetedIndividuals.com was stolen out of it’s account. It’s hard to believe that every company just about has snitches, sorry Citizen Informants that can stoop to such levels, but there it is. Not since some of the Cointelpro stuff that I read about, have I seen or hoped to experience anything similar and I hope I will not again.

Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

Gang Stalking Techniques

 

Gang Stalking Techniques

The following techniques are from the Gangstalkingworld.com website and they relate primarily to gang stalking. However many of the techniques are also used in other forms of harassment, such as mobbing, and Cointelpro.

Brighting

As targets walk on the street, usually at night, civilian spies/snitches will turn on their high beams. This might be flashed once or twice at targets. The idea is to intimidate the target and let them know they are being watched at all times.

Crowding/Mobbing

When the target is in public, civilian spies/snitches will usually try to box the target in. Eg. They will surround the target in a square like formation if possible. They will stand too close to the target, or swarm them.

Directed Conversations

These are conversations that complete strangers will have out in public relating to the target and their personal situations. Eg. They will repeat things a target said in their home, or on the phone. They will let drop very personal details into the conversation, that could only be related to the target.

Eg. Civilian Spy #1. It’s a shame Uncle Ed won’t be able to come.

Civilian Spy #2. Yeah since he died golfing on Saturday.

The target will just have learned of a death of a favored uncle, (possibly named Ed.) while out golfing.

Electronic Harassment

Electromagnetic weapons and frequencies will be used on a target on their homes. The purpose of using the EMF (Electromagnetic Frequency) on targets and their belonging are multifaceted. Electronic frequencies can destroy electronic equipment. Electronic frequencies can be used for monitoring and tracking inside the home, and at work. It can also be used for purposes of sleep disturbance. When those conducting these covert investigations feel that they have psychologically destroyed the target to where they are near breakdown they will start to use these weapons. They will also use these weapons if targets are not going along with their harassment protocol.

Gaslighting

  • Doing little things to try to make the target think that they are going crazy.
  • Coming into their homes, moving their furniture around.
  • Changing clothing that they bought and replacing it with similar, but inferior items.
  • Taking small items and then replacing them later on.Gassing/Poisoning
    Spraying fumes or scents into a targets home. Tampering with their food to make them become very ill.

    Illegal Entry

  • To gaslight the target.
  • It’s used to help profile the target.
  • To set up illegal surveillance.
  • It’s a way to find out intimate details about the targets. This can be used later to set up the target by using people in photo albums, or by directed conversations about things in the targets apartment.Surveillance
    This involves setting up audio and some visual surveillance of the target.

     

  • Bugging the targets phone.
  • Surveillance in the targets residence
  • Listening to cell phone and hard line conversations.
  • Hacking into their computers and learning all about what the target is doing, sites they frequent.
  • This also helps to build a profile of the target, and it’s also used for later psychological attacks against the target.Intimate Infiltration
    This is where civilian spies/snitches will go out of their way to get into a targets life. They will try to form friendships with targets. They will try to form intimate relationships with targets.

    They will get close to people that are affiliated with targets. Years before the target ever realises they are targets they will try to get into a targets life.

    Eg. If they can’t get into your life, but you have a best friend, their new significant other might just be a civilian spy/snitch. The same goes for siblings and the people that enter their lives.

    Isolation

    For this harassment to be successful, it’s important to be able to isolate the target from friends, family members, co-workers and even spouses. To accomplish this isolation many methods are used included, but not limited to: slander, lies, fake files, sabotage, anything that will get the target into a situation where they have no support system. This is important for them to succeed.

    Mail and Email tampering

    civilian spies/snitches will steal your mail. They will delay the delivery of your mail, and they will also make sure that your mail does not arrive. The other thing they are known for is the tampering of email. They will delay email, delete email, and stop email that you have sent from arriving

    Mimicking

    This is trying to copy things in a targets life.

     

  • Leaving when they do.
  • Dressing like they dress.
  • Throwing out the garbage
  • Going to the bathroom
  • Doing whatever the target is doing.This is all designed to be psychological warfare, so that the target again feels like they are under observation at all times.

    Profiling

    Targets will be observed and profiled long before they ever become aware that they are targeted for this sort of harassment. Profiles will be created on targets by:

     

  • Following them.
  • Following people close to them.
  • Breaking into their homes and going through their stuff.
  • Listening to their calls.
  • Hacking into their computers.
  • Gathering information from friends, and family.
  • Seeing where they like to shop and eat.
  • What are their weaknesses?
  • What things do they like and dislike?This will all be used to put together a profile of the target and then to get them into situations for their detriment.

    Random Encounters

    This will be people on the street who you randomly and unexpectedly run into. It looks completely natural and it seems to be a random encounter.

    They might ask for your phone number after engaging you in conversation. Ask you out, or just ask you where you are going. Anything from small talk to lengthier conversations.

    All with the purpose of finding out something about you, or even just getting you to do something.

    Ruined Relationship

    When targets are in a relationship, the civilian spies/snitches will try to ruin that relationship. This could be friendships, family or significant others.

    If it’s a romantic relationship, they will find out what your significant other likes and try to get them to cheat, or leave you.

    If it’s a friendship they will tell lies to come between you. The same goes for family. This is done so that targets will have no means of support, once they do realise that something is going wrong in their lives.

    Sensitization

    This is getting targets sensitive to an everyday stimuli. Eg. Colors, patterns or everyday actions. Eg. Red, stripes, pens, whistles, loud coughing, clapping, waves, keys jingling.

    Eg. Joe will be mobbed at work and as part of that daily mobbing his coworkers will loudly cough at him every time they harass him by calling him names like loser, worthless, lame, demented. They will slander him and have others as they are slandering him show disgust by glaring and coughing at him.

    Out in public they will follow him loudly and obnoxiously coughing at him. When he goes to stores they will get others to do the same. After months or years of this, Joe has become sensitive to this stimuli and it can be used to harass him without the names and the glaring looks. The association has been formed because of all the other harassment.

    Eg. A girl is sexually assaulted and a sock is shoved in her mouth , during the assault. To keep her quite or stop her from pressing charges, the assailant, his friends and family will follow her around and throw socks in her path, mention it everywhere she goes and show her their socks every chance they get. She will get the message they are sending. Because of the brutal attack, she and what’s happened after she is now sensitised.

    Signals/Symbols

    civilian spies/snitches will also communicate with each other on the street by using Statsi like signals. Below are some examples. SIGNALS FOR OBSERVATION

    1. Watch out! Subject is coming – touch nose with hand or handkerchief
    2. Subject is moving on, going further, or overtaking – stroke hair with hand, or raise hat briefly
    3. Subject standing still – lay one hand against back, or on stomach
    4. Observing Agent wishes to terminate observation because cover threatened – bend and retie shoelaces
    5. Subject returning – both hands against back, or on stomach
    6. Observing Agent wishes to speak with Team Leader or other Observing Agents – take out briefcase or equivalent and examine contents.

    Slander

    They will go behind the targets back and tell lies about them. Often the lies will consist of the target being into something illegal, or is someone dangerous, or just needs to be watched for some vague reason.

    Eg. The they will say the target is a prostitute, drug dealer, crazy, terrorist, gay, racist, pedophile, etc.

    Strange Encounters or Street Theatre

    This is running into people that are acting very unusual, or people that are putting on a show or production, known as street theater.

    Eg. This could be as minor as public rudeness, or people acting out a skit or skits for your benefit. There will usually be someone near by to see how you react to it. This is again looking for weakness or reactions. If you show an adverse reaction they will try to embellish on this and use it against you later on.

    Telephone Redirects

    When you make a telephone call, get the name and ID of the person that you are speaking to. Covert Investigations have redirected phone calls. This means that when you dial a number they will intercept that phone call and pretend to be the service or repair person you were trying to call. Eg. If you call the cable company, gas or phone company be sure you know that it’s actually them that you are speaking to.

    Theft

    Breaking into a targets home and taking small items, usually nothing of value. However there are exceptions to every rule. Perps will usually try to see what they can get away with.

    Tracking

    The targets are tracked by various methods.

     

  • Targets are tracked on foot by foot soldiers.
  • They are tracked in their cars.
  • Targets can be tracked by using their cell phones, laptops, and other electronic devices. If their cell phone number is know, there are Internet programs that will track a target to within a few feet.
  • GPS tracking on their cars. These are all ways that targets are tracked where they go and their activities monitored.Vandalism
    If the target owns property this can be as simple as broken door handles, knobs, to actual slashing of tires. They will also break in and do small damage to items the target owns. Eg. If you buy a new sweater, they might break in and cut holes in it. Holes in undergarments.

    If you go to a store to get a repair done check for damages. This goes for boots, and coats. Eg. Zippers and the heals of long heeled boots.

    Wrong Number Calls
    Targets will daily get wrong number calls. These can be automated or they can be persons pretending to be wrong number calls. Civilian spies will use this as a means to monitor and psychologically harass targets. They want to know where the target is at all times.

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    Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Symptoms of Harassment

     

    Symptoms of Harassment


    These general symptoms of harassment cover a wide range of harassments that individuals might be going through. They are from the Harassment101.com

    Psychological Reactions to harassment.

    Depression, anxiety, shock, denial
    Anger, fear, frustration, irritability, rage
    Insecurity, embarrassment, feelings of betrayal
    Confusion, feelings of being powerless
    Shame, self-consciousness, low self-esteem
    Guilt, self-blame, isolation
    Post traumatic stress disorder
    Loss of concentration

    Psychological Symptoms.

    Headaches
    Lethargy
    Gastrointestinal distress
    Dermatological reactions
    Weight fluctuations
    Sleep disturbances, nightmares
    Phobias, panic reactions
    Sexual problems

    Career & Economic Symptoms.

    Decreased job satisfaction
    Unfavorable performance evaluations
    Loss of job or promotion
    Drop in academic or work performance due to stress
    Absenteeism
    Withdrawal from work or school
    Change in career goals

    Societal Effects.

    Anti-Social behaviour
    Drug or alcohol abuse
    Suicide
    Homelessness
    Loss of productivity in schools and work
    Loss of moral for students and workers who witness harassment.

    Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Effects of Harassment

     

    Effects of Harassment


    These are some of the general effects that harassment can have on Targeted Individuals. The information is provided by Harassment101.com

    ANGER

    Harassment makes you feel angry. You feel justified anger about being treated in such an inhumane way. You may feel rage at the situation that you are in. Prisoners in unfair conditions often experience the same anger. Thoughts of revenge or violence against your harassers is not uncommon. A desire to make them feel what you are feeling, to let them know the pain and suffering you are experiencing is normal.

    DENIAL

    The first stage of harassment is shock and then denial. You absolutely do not believe that you are being singled out for such behaviour, or that the situation is happening to you. You also do not believe that so many people could be so heartless, and to fail to understand what you are going through. It is complete denial, not because you want to deny the situation is happening, but because you can’t believe that it’s happening to you.

    Before the harassment you may have been a fully in control person, who was cared for and even respected. You can not believe that people would treat you in such a inhumane and degrading way. You can’t believe it’s happening because you should know how to handle the situation, you should know how to take care of yourself. Some victims of harassment blame themselves for the harassment, or think if they just do this or that differently the harassment will stop and go away.

    Harassment makes you feel powerless, it makes you feel that the control of your circumstances and your surroundings have been taken away from you. Some victims blame themselves for not confronting the harasser. Where rape is a physical assault on your person, harassment is a psychological and emotional assault. Many rape victims can not believe what is happening, the same way many harassment victims can not believe what is happening.

    DEGRADATION

    Harassment makes you feel degraded. Victims of harassment often feel demeaned, debased, devalued, degraded, humiliated and embarrassed. Harassment is all about bringing you to your knees, not in the physical, but in the emotional. Most harassers know what they are doing. They are out to take away who you are, they want to rape and violate you on an emotional and psychological level. They want to make you feel weak and vulnerable, which starts by degrading you. Harassers will tell lies, make up rumors, defame your character, try to make you seem crazy, unstable, or even incompetent to do your job. Putting you into degrading situations, saying embarrassing things to you, or doing humiliating things to you. This is the first step in breaking you down. Prisoner of war camps also use such methods on captives.

    DOUBT

    When you are being harassed it causes you to wonder why you have been singled out for the harassment. Harassed persons often feel that they should be able to handle the situation or find a suitable solution to the harassment. When an harassed individual realises that the situation is spiraling out of control or that their normal coping mechanisms are not suitable for the situation, it can cause a great deal of doubt.

    Being harassed can not only cause you to doubt yourself, but it can cause you to doubt those around you. The people that you once thought were your friends, family, or supports you find are not who you thought they were. The institutions that were there to protect you and keep you safe fail you, even the legal system might be called into doubt if your case if not processed in a timely or just manner. You might even find that you have doubt in God, or your normal spiritual mechanisms. Harassment can cause you to doubt and disbelieve everything you once thought you knew, including yourself.

    ECONOMIC EFFECTS

    Harassment has serious economic effects including: losing or quitting a job; demotion; quitting school (which has future economic consequences); absenteeism; payment of legal fees or medical or consulting fees, it can affect your credit if your job loss causes you to fall behind on your bill payments or on your house payments. Loss of credit can cause future difficulties as your record can take years to clear.

    GUILT

    If you think that any of your actions contributed to the harassment you might feel deep guilt at having brought the circumstances on yourself. You might blame yourself and say if only I had not. If only I had reacted this way. Feeling guilty and blaming yourself only gives the harasser power. The harasser has an equal responsibility to cease and desist the moment you make it clear the words, behaviours, or actions are making you uncomfortable, or they are unwelcome. Blaming yourself and feeling guilty will only go so far, and then you have to move on.

    ISOLATION

    Depending on the form of harassment you are experiencing the situation can leave you feeling very isolated. You may not feel comfortable talking to family and friends. If the harassment is happening at school or work, you may wish to keep the situation minimalized by not sharing what’s going on. If you are the only person experiencing the harassment, you might feel that no one will really understand what you are going through or believe you. You might have lost your ability to trust others early on based on their reactions.

    The isolation that harassment can cause is one of the most devastating factors of being harassed. It really makes you feel that you are going at it all alone. You feel that there is no one out there who will be able to help or assist you, and so you suffer in silence. You may also find to avoid the harassment you stop going to social events and activities, and you spend more and more time inside where it’s safe. This is all part of the isolation that harassment can cause.

    LOSS OF TRUST

    Harassment undermines a complainant’s ability to trust others, and even trust themselves. This inability to trust then has current and future repercussions. Trust is lost when an harassed individual fails to receive support, affirmation, justice or even help to get the harassment stopped. Loss of trust can be geared towards individuals in the situation, the institutions themselves or even the society at large.

    Harassment also undermines your ability to trust because so many aspects of being harassed are similar to being victimised or raped. This makes it hard to trust people again in the same way. This can lead to victims becoming further victims by internalising the experience, and isolating themselves from legitimate sources of support.

    NEED FOR VALIDATION OF YOUR EXPERIENCE

    There are three validation needs when you are harassed. You need to be believed, understood, and have the experience validated. You want someone to confirm that yes, the situation you experienced was that bad, and that it did have a deep effect on you. When you are physically raped people can understand your pain and suffering, but when you are harassed they down play or undervalue the experience and the effects it had on you. Individuals have a tendency to see it as over-reacting, or not really that bad. They want you to just let it go and just get past it, but you can’t, and you don’t want to, because it was that bad. You want the severity of the experience to be validated for what it was.

    Harassment victims live in fear of many things, but the main things seems to be the fear of not being believed or fully understood. You just don’t think you will be able to find the right words to articulate how the experience made you feel. The last thing you want to do is share this experience that’s impacted your life, with someone who undervalues or does not understand what you have been through. You don’t want to see that lack of understanding in their eyes, or hear the devaluing of your experience in their words.

    You want to share your story, and you long to tell your tale. You however want a safe effective format where you will be believed. You have a deep unabiding emotional need to be understood. You need someone to understand that it really was that degrading and horrible. That this just tore you apart and almost destroyed you. You need validation and understanding, it’s what’s at the heart of this experience.

    PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS

    Harassment can and often causes a wide range of physical symptom. It can cause stomach ailments, headaches, insomnia, lethargy, nausea, constant nervousness, poor appetite, over eating, weight loss, weight gain, cuttings into the skin, and other physical symptoms.

    PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS

    The main area that harassment affects is our psyche, and because of this there are several psychological symptoms that go along with being harassed.

  • Short term memory loss or decreased concentration. Decreased work or school performance.
  • Anti-social behaviors. Anger or violent actions that are outside of your normal realm before the harassment began.
  • Thoughts of suicide and extreme depression, uncontrolled crying, hyper-vigilance, hyper-awareness, hypersensitive, irritable, and short tempered, swearing and cursing more than normally accustomed to.
  • Loss of sex drive.
  • Extreme thoughts or rage.
  • Loss of interest in usual pastimes.
  • Stressed, feeling worthless, feeling guilty, feeling angry.
  • Psychologically and emotionally raped.

    SOCIETAL EFFECTS

    Harassment can make you a social outcast period. If you do nothing about the harassment those around you might sympathise, but they will in time learn to ignore it and treat it as a common day to day occurrence. If you take action against the harasser, school, or place of employment, you might find that you are ostracized, and retaliated against in many unfair ways. Socially you might not be invited out to group or social activities, you might be shunned during daily school, or work place events. People who associate with you will be singled out with peer pressure to stop the association. People around you will tell the most demeaning and degrading lies about you. You might find that your family and friends think you are over-reacting and fail to offer support on any level. They may even be the very ones who turn against you, if they become affected by the harassment through your job loss, or dropping out of school. They may be angry at having to help you out.

    SPIRITUAL CRISIS

    While being harassed you might find that you experience a spiritual crisis. You get really angry spiritually and start to feel dead inside. You don’t feel in touch with your spirit. There is a disconnection that goes along with being harassed. You might find that spiritually you stop or cease to do the things you normally would do to touch base with your higher self, or a higher external spiritual source.

    SUBSTANCE ABUSE

    To numb the pain of dealing with harassment some people do turn to drugs, alcohol or medication. This is then one more thing individuals then have to deal with as part of their recovery process.

    TUNING OUT

    Harassment can be emotionally, physically, spiritually, and psychologically taxing. To handle the pain and degradation our coping methods kick in, and we start to tune out the harassment. We however do not just tune out the harassment, we often tune out our school work, work that we should be doing gets neglected. Social events that we should be attending start to be missed. Things that you had interest in before start to be less desirable. You just start to shut down and tune out the things that you once loved.

  • Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Mind Control

     

    Mind Control Programs


    Many people are not aware that the US and other governments over the last 50 years and more have been involved in experiments that involve controlling and changing human behavior.

    The CIA ran operations anywhere from finding out what happened to individuals under the influence of psychedelic drugs, to experiments in mental institutions that involved shocking individuals so that they could strip their minds and then reprogram those individuals to act and perform the way the government wanted.

    The Canadian government recently paid out millions of dollars to victims of these experiments that ran in the 1950 in Montreal Canada.

    Some of the experiments that have gone on in the past include:

  • MKUltra
  • Project Artichoke
  • BlueBird
    Project MKULTRA

    MK-ULTRA, was the code name for a CIA mind-control research program, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence, that began in the early 1950s and continued at least through the late 1960s.[1][2][3]. There is much published evidence that the project involved the surreptitious use of many types of drugs, as well as other methodology, to manipulate individual mental states and to alter brain function.[4]

    Project Artichoke

    Project ARTICHOKE was a CIA project that researched interrogation methods and arose from project BLUEBIRD on August 20, 1951, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence.[1]. A memorandum by Richard Helms to CIA director Allen Welsh Dulles indicated Artichoke became Project MKULTRA on April 20, 1953.

    The project studied hypnosis, forced morphine addiction (and subsequent forced withdrawal), and the use of other chemicals, among other methods, to produce amnesia and other vulnerable states in subjects. Magician John Mullholland was consulted for the project.

    Artichoke was an offensive program of mind control that gathered together the intelligence divisions of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and FBI. In addition, the scope of the project was outlined in a memo dated January 1952 that stated, “Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature, such as self preservation?”

    Project Bluebird

    BLUEBIRD is the cryptonym for a CIA mind control program, lasting from 1951 to 1953, run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence.[1] During this time the CIA authorized experiments to be conducted by licensed psychiatrists. The experiments had various purposes, including but not limited to: creating new identities, inducing amnesia, inserting hypnotic access codes in subjects’ minds, creating multiple personalities, and creating false memories.[2] The research also included placing brain electrodes in people and controlling their behavior from remote transmitters, administering dosages of LSD-25 to children aged five, and using electroconvulsive therapy to erase memories.[3]

  • Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    The Buzzsaw

     

    The Buzzsaw


    This is a term used specifically to describe what happens to Journalists when they try to get the truth out. When Journalist try to expose stories that the system would rather keep under wraps, they too face systemic isolation designed to discredit them, make them look paranoid or crazy, and in many cases it’s the end of their careers.

    The experience has been described by some as nothing short of an episode out of the X-files. Your phone starts to act funny, stranger’s start to call you, property is broken into, items stolen, often the sum of these events start to reduce these Journalists to a state of paranoia.

    The very institutions and individuals they served turn against them. Refusing to air or publish their stories. Co-workers and colleagues will openly try to discredit the work that they are doing. Books either don’t get published or are short listed.

    These former Journalists many with outstanding careers are often portrayed as disgruntled conspiracy theorists if they try to speak out about what is happening to them. Their characters are severely assassinated. They feel a deep sense of loss and betrayal.

    The Buzzsaw cuts right through their careers, goals, ambitions, and they are cast out into social isolation, with their once good reputations in taters. Under such circumstances the targets of this harassment often do not have anyone that they can turn to, or means of getting the stories out to the public. It’s systemic censorship, and in the end we all pay the price.

    Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Electronic Harassment

     

    Electronic Harassment


    This form of harassment uses electronic weapons of various types to remotely torture, control, physically harm Targeted Individuals over time. There are a variety of things that can be used remotely to harm and control individuals. We will look at just a few of these weapons.

  • Ultrasonic/Acoustic weapons
  • Audio spotlight / Voice to Skull
  • Microwave Weapons
  • Active Denial Weapons
  • Lifeguard Heart Rate Monitor
    Ultrasonic and acoustic weapons

    This are weapons that can be used remotely to cause a variety of effects on Targeted Individuals.

    Audio Spotlight.

    The audio spotlight is literally a beam of sound. It’s a beam of sound that can be aimed at a specific individual. This means that you could have someone hearing voices and they would be the only ones in the room. It’s invisible and works really well. Also it’s now available for commercial use. With Voice to skull, the concept is almost the same, except the speculation is that it’s laser or microwave to transmit the sound and that is why it can go through walls. There have been patents out for this type of technology for years.

    Microwave weapons

    This is very simple and unfortunately can be done from home. It simply involves taking out the megatron out of an old microwave. Then you can have a portable device that can go through walls, and other areas that is capable of harming other individuals from far distances. You could literally cook a person in their homes over time. It would most likely not kill them right away. The full lethal affects would not become apparent until years later. In the meantime however it’s a very painful experience, and the harmful effects are often visible right away, such as a sensation of the skin being burnt, or extreme heat inside of the body.

    Active Denial Weapons

    These are weapons that can be used at remote distances to cause pain, or render a target immobile. The army have been working on these for years, and are now actively using some of these weapons in places such as Iraq. The weapon being used there causes the skin to feel like it’s instantly on fire. The target or targets of such a weapon would want to move out of the ray as quickly as possible to stop the pain.

    Lifeguard Heart Rate Monitor

    This is not so much a weapon as a device that can be used to track targets inside of their homes, and other locations. It monitors heart rate, respiratory signs, and can be fixed in on a specific target.

    Along with these weapons there are other tools that can be used to see through walls, lasers that can be pointed at windows which allow sound in a room to be transmitted back, along with audio listening devices that allow neighbours in the other room to listen in on your conversations.

  • Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Mobbing

     

    Mobbing


    This information on mobbing and psychological harassment was provided by Harassment101.com

    Psychological harassment is vexatious behaviour that manifests itself in the form of conduct, verbal comments, actions or gestures characterized by the following four criteria:

  • They are repetitive*;
  • They are hostile or unwanted;
  • They affect the person’s dignity or psychological integrity, and
  • They result in a harmful work environment.

    Sexual harassment at work is also included in this definition.

    What is vexatious behaviour?

    It is humiliating or abusive behaviour that lowers a person’s self-esteem or causes them torment.

    It is also behaviour that exceeds what the person considers to be appropriate and reasonable in the performance of their work.

    Psychological harassment may come from a superior, a colleague, a group of colleagues, a customer, a supplier.

    * A single serious incidence of such behaviour may also constitute psychological harassment if it undermines the person’s psychological or physical integrity and if it has a lasting harmful effect.  (10)

    Symptoms of psychological harassment.
    Much like other forms of harassment, targets will suffer: anger, fatigue, thoughts of violence, insomnia, physical ailments, stomach problems, stress, fatigue, depression, thoughts of suicide, thoughts of revenge, burn out, financial loss, unable to be productive at work, fear of going outside, anti-social behaviours.

    Components of psychological harassment.
    Mobbing also referred to by some as bullying, psychological terrorism, and organizational violence is described as a collective form of psychological violence in which many individuals unite to persecute an individual by making constant negative remarks, repeated criticism or sarcasm, intimidation, threats, insinuations, try to humiliate, circulate false information concerning the individual, and to socially isolate the individual. Mobbing is a way of destroying a person without using any physical means, a psychological war of nerves with wear the individual out tactics. A group attacks an individuals dignity, integrity, self-image, self-confidence, self-esteem, place in doubt of competence, threaten their careers, and means of subsistence.

    One method used to induce distress or suffering in a person is by systematically isolating them from their peers.

    After a few months some harassment targets can suffer from psychiatric difficulties such as paranoia, chronic fatigue, loss of self-confidence, and depression.  

  • Posted by: targetedindividuals | August 28, 2008

    Bullying

     

    Bullying


    Bullying has become the main stream term to describe the physical and psychological attacks that many in our society are experiencing. It’s something that can happen to anyone at any age. From the playground up into the board rooms.

    Where mobbing is usually perpetrated by a group of individuals bullying is usually perpetrated by a single individual who hones in on a target and then goes about doing everything in their power to humiliate, degrade, destroy the targets life.

    Every year thousands of people take their own lives due to bullying, cyber-bullying, school bullying, workplace bullying, etc. The phenomenon is so widespread that it has it’s own name, bullycide. Suicide due to harassment from a bully.

    Under other conditions the targets of bullying, will turn violent and that is when you will get school shootings, and workplace shootings. Most school shootings that have been carried out involved bullying of some sort.

    Bullying targets might not fall into the category of Targeted Individuals in any obvious way, however when they try to go for help and assistance, this is when they might unwittingly become Targeted Individuals.

    The person who is bullied in school, work, or parent who tries to get help for their child might find that their efforts are hampered in every way at every turn. They might find they are having trouble getting any support from school boards, unions, tribunals, lawyers, judges, etc. They find that they are encountering a series of obstruction, and difficulties along the way.

    Tim Fields a primary figure in bullying research, on his website before he passed away began to look into obstruction. He also had noticed a pattern with the people he helped of what he called collusion. This was what he saw as a systemic effort to obstruct the targets of Bullying from getting help, winning cases, and an all out effort to leave them financially, emotionally drained and unable to get the justice they so often sought.

    When a person notices these types of encounters in their lives, they might find that they are being directly or indirectly targeted in other ways, and that is when they might find themselves phased into the category of a Targeted Individual. Often times targets start out being targeted in these subtle little ways, and as they continue to progress and to seek justice for their circumstances, that is when the true system that they are up against presents itself.

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