Organized stalking, the reincarnate of COINTELPRO

Here’s a lawyer who understands the connection between today’s organized stalking (community-based harassment) behavior and yesteryear’s COINTELPRO program.

I like to refer to it as COINTEL-Hell.

The Surreptitious Reincarnation of COINTELPRO with the COPS Gang-Stalking Program

These are the reasons Mr. Manchanda offers for people to become targeted:

Targets can be chosen for many reasons: (1) political views; (2) whistle blowing; (3) political dissidence; (4) asserting rights at work; (5) making the wrong enemy; (6) too outspoken; (7) investigating something that the state does not want investigated; (8) signing a petition; (9) writing a letter; (10) being “suspicious” by a civilian spy/snitch; or (11) being a religious/ethnic/racial minority.

Here are some reasons to explain why people participate in the Stasi-like behavior:

(1) gives them a sense of power; (2) is a way to make friends; (3) is something social and fun; (4) breaks down race/gender/age/social barriers; (5) is forced or blackmailed upon them by the State or police to take part; (6) is told to them that they are part of “homeland or national security” to help keep an eye on “dangerous” or “emotionally disturbed” individuals where they are “heroic spies for the state;” (7) is used on local thugs or informants who are already being used for other activities where their energies are diverted into these COPS gangstalking community spy programs; (8) is either a choice of spying for the State or police, or else go to jail; (9) involves outright lies and slander about the target to get them to go along with ruining the targets life; (10) includes average citizens recruited by the state the same way citizens were recruited in the former East Germany and other countries.

I have outright called participants “Stasis.” Then, I wonder if they even know what the word means. Do they have any idea they are participating in a program that is intended to neutralize and eliminate us? I think about this a lot. It also makes me think, in despair:

Humans, Humans everywhere….and not a drop of humanity to be found.

I ask: is there ANYONE with a brain? to think about what they are participating in.

A heart? to feel some empathy.

A gut that will tell them this program is wrong…is, in fact, evil???

I believe if we keep relating this experience to the E German Stasi program, something might click…one day.

“When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it–always.”
Mahatma Gandhi

In matters of conscience, the law of the majority has no place. — Mahatma Gandhi

 

 

 

 

 

Petition to revoke Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize

I voted for Obama and was thrilled to have such a great African American man in the White House for the first time – such a break through and a milestone in history. However, I am incredibly disappointed that this man will allow Cointelpro to target innocent people.

Although I loved him from the start, I was not in agreement that he should win the Nobel Prize at the time – it was too early and he didn’t really do anything to deserve it. It was for his future efforts but that’s not how this prize should be awarded, is it? And, now, after being in this evil program for 13 months, I am sickened to realize this tremendous award was given to anyone with oversight of this nonconsensual torture of innocent people.

TI community, please consider signing this petition. I’ve read that this prize has never been revoked, but perhaps they would reconsider that policy after knowing he’s allowing Cointelpro to torture innocent (often whistle blowers, the epitome of freedom of speech) Americans.

Roots Action petition to revoke Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize

Obama, I had such high hopes for you…sigh

Cointelpro resurrection

Many in the TI community believe gang stalking stems from a covert FBI program previously called Cointelpro. Cointelpro targeted dissidents, which is pretty much what the current program is doing – targeting whistle blowers, activists, writers, etc.

Here is a sworn testimony from Ted Gunderson, a former FBI agent, who worked in a supervisory capacity in Cointelpro and who believes it began again in the 1980s, targeting innocent citizens, and increased in “scope, intensity, and sophistication.”

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_8Dp145O950bTF5QTV6X2tJaE0/edit?pli=1   Sworn Affidavit FBI Chief

Here are the documents from the last Cointelpro. A group of citizens broke into a local FBI office in Media, PA and stole files. They remained anonymous but are going to go public in a documentary (link below) coming up in May.

http://www.aarclibrary.org/publib/church/reports/vol6/html/ChurchV6_0181a.htm

Here is the documentary – be sure to watch it in May.

http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/1971/film.html

FBI knows all about ‘moral surrender’

Saw this article in the Washington Post this week (using another link here). The FBI director wants agents to go to the Holocaust museum to learn not to surrender individual morality to groups (or authority). Isn’t this the agency that invented Cointelpro?! Its very nature is dependent on moral surrender, as is all human rights violations and atrocities the world has witnessed.

FBI director: Holocaust teaches not to surrender individual morality to the group

In their minds, the murderers and accomplices of Germany, and Poland, and Hungary, and so many, many other places didn’t do something evil. They convinced themselves it was the right thing to do, the thing they had to do. That’s what people do. And that should truly frighten us.

Government surveillance on law-abiding citizens

Source: Wikipedia

Too many people have been spied upon by too many Government agencies and too much information has been illegally collected. The Government has often undertaken the secret surveillance of citizens on the basis of their political beliefs, even when those beliefs posed no threat of violence or illegal acts on behalf of a hostile foreign power. The Government, operating primarily through secret and biased informants, but also using other intrusive techniques such as wiretaps, microphone “bugs”, surreptitious mail opening, and break-ins, has swept in vast amounts of information about the personal lives, views, and associations of American citizens. Investigations of groups deemed potentially dangerous—and even of groups suspected of associating with potentially dangerous organizations—have continued for decades, despite the fact that those groups did not engage in unlawful activity.

Groups and individuals have been assaulted, repressed, harassed and disrupted because of their political views,social believes and their lifestyles. Investigations have been based upon vague standards whose breadth made excessive collection inevitable. Unsavory, harmful and vicious tactics have been employed—including anonymous attempts to break up marriages, disrupt meetings, ostracize persons from their professions, and provoke target groups into rivalries that might result in deaths. Intelligence agencies have served the political and personal objectives of presidents and other high officials. While the agencies often committed excesses in response to pressure from high officials in the Executive branch and Congress, they also occasionally initiated improper activities and then concealed them from officials whom they had a duty to inform.

Governmental officials—including those whose principal duty is to enforce the law—have violated or ignored the law over long periods of time and have advocated and defended their right to break the law.

The Constitutional system of checks and balances has not adequately controlled intelligence activities. Until recently the Executive branch has neither delineated the scope of permissible activities nor established procedures for supervising intelligence agencies. Congress has failed to exercise sufficient oversight, seldom questioning the use to which its appropriations were being put. Most domestic intelligence issues have not reached the courts, and in those cases when they have reached the courts, the judiciary has been reluctant to grapple with them.[74][75]