What is Gang Stalking?

Gang Stalking is a covert investigation that is opened on an individual. The individual is

then placed under overt and covert forms of surveillance. The person is followed around

24/7. Foot patrols and vehicle patrols are used to follow the Individual around, as part of the

monitoring process. During these patrols a one handed sign language is used to assist the

citizen informants with communicating to each other.

Gang Stalking is also systemic form of control, which seeks to control every aspect of a

Targeted Individuals life. Gang Stalking has many similarities to workplace mobbing, but

takes place outside in the community. It is called Gang Stalking, because the target is

followed around and placed under intrusive and directed surveillance by groups of

organised “Covert Human Intelligence Sources” also known as Citizen Informants


Many Targeted Individuals are harassed and placed under surveillance in this way for

months or even years before they realise that they are being targeted by an organised

protocol of harassment.

What happens during this Gang Stalking surveillance is very similar to what happened to

many innocent individuals in the former East Germany or Activists and Dissidents in

Russia. Many innocent people in the former East Germany would be targeted for these

harassment programs, and then their friends, family, and the community at large would be

used to monitor, prosecute, and harass them. In Russia it was used by the state to declare

activist, dissidents or anyone they thought to be an enemy of the state as mentally unfit and

many were institutionalised using this form of systemic control.

The closest thing to Gang Stalking that democratic countries have seen before this is

McCarthyism, Cointelpro, and RED SQUAD programs. Red Squad programs were used

for monitoring, and harassment of various groups. They have been in place for over a

hundred years, and they also employed Covert Human Intelligence Sources.

Civilian Spies, also known as “Covert Human Intelligence Sources” are recruited from

every level and sector of society. Just like with Cointelpro investigations, everyone in the

target's life is made a part of this ongoing never ending, systemic psychological

harassment and manipulation of the target. These actions are specifically designed to

control the target and to keep them in line. These actions are also designed to destroy the

target over years, make them look crazy and leave them with no form of support.

For the targets of this harassment, Gang Stalking is experienced as a covert

psychological, emotional and physical attack, that is capable of immobilizing and

destroying a target over time. For the state it’s a way to keep the targets in line, control

them, or destroy them.

Worldwide programs of control and conformity have been used with equal success and

lethality. What we are seeing now is a global co­ordinated and organised effort of control

and conformity. Many countries around the world are currently using a model of policing

called: Community Oriented Policing. It’s described as a systemic approach to policing. It

focuses on instilling a sense of community within a geographically located neighborhood.

Communities come together and discuss what values they would like to have in their

community, community development, and it’s also a time to discuss any problems that

might be happening in a specific area. If a problem is identified an investigation might be

opened. These local programs in many countries have been forming partnerships with

other government run programs at, provincial, state and federal levels. Reports of Gang

Stalking are not only coming in from democratic countries, but they are coming in from

many other countries as well.

The modern day systemic form of control could only be funded at higher governmental

levels, just like it has in other societies where these similar types of harassment programs

have been implemented. It’s all part of a system of control and conformity that has been in

place for many years. A system of control with many local groups and appendages taking


How are targets chosen?

Targets can be chosen because of many reasons. They can be chosen for political views.

They can be chosen for whistle­blowing. They can be chosen because they belong to a

dissident movement. They can be chosen because they asserted their rights at work. They

can be chosen because they made the wrong enemy by witnessing a crime. Were

considered to be too outspoken, unwittingly investigated something that the state did not

want investigated, signed a petition, wrote a letter. They were deemed as suspicious by a

civilian spy/snitch and their names were handed over.

It’s becoming apparent that targets might be chosen for this systemic form of control, if they

are not already in some way a part of this controlled system. Eg. Many Targeted Individuals

seem to be unaware that large chunks of our society are now being used as Citizen


What are the goals of Gang Stalking?

The goal is to isolate the target from all forms of support, so that the target can be set up in

the future for arrest, institutionalisation, or forced suicide. Other goals of this harassment is

to destroy the target's reputation and credibility and make the target look crazy or unstable.

Other goals involve sensitizing the target to every day stimuli as a form of control, which is

used to control targets when they get out of line. Once the target is sensitized, the Citizen

Informants have an easier time identifying the Targeted Individual in public.

These programs are designed to make the targets of this harassment vulnerable, they want

to make them destitute. The secondary goals seems to be to make the target homeless,

jobless, give them a breakdown, and the primary goals seems to be to drive the target to

forced suicide, just like what they did with some of the targets of Cointelpro. It’s a useful

way of eliminating perceived enemies of the state.

Who gets targeted?

Targeting can happen to anyone in society. In the past primary targets of programs such as

Cointelpro have been minorities. Targeting however can happen to anyone. Individuals are

often targeted for being outspoken, whistle blowers, dissidents, people who go up against

wealthy corporations, woman’s groups, (single) women, anti­war proponents, individuals

identified or targeted as problems at these community meetings, witnesses to a crime, and

other innocent individuals. The majority of the targets are often not aware that they are

being targeted in this way. When a target moves, changes jobs, the harassment still

continues. Every time the target moves, the same information, lies, and slander will be

4spread out into the new community and the systemic monitoring and harassment will

continue. Traits of those targeted


Who takes part?

People from all walks of life are being recruited to be the eyes and ears of the state.

People from all races, ages, genders. Every sector of society that you can think of is a part

of this. Civilian Spies/Snitches include, but are not limited to: General labourers, the

wealthy, bikers, drug dealers, drug users, street people, punks, hip hop culture, KKK, black

activists, church groups, youth groups, Fire Fighters, police officers, lawyers, health care

workers, store keepers, maids, janitors, cable installers, phone repair persons, mail

carriers, locksmiths, electricians, etc. There really is no minimum or maximum age range.

An article came out recently in the Uk, saying they were recruiting children as young as

eight years old.


Some of these citizens might be recruited via programs such as, Citizen Corp, Weed and

Seed, Citizens On Phone Patrol, (COPP), City Watch, T.I.P.S. Many started with good

intentions to help patrol and monitor their cities and neighbourhoods. Others are recruited

via their families, others at school, others at work. Since every sector, class, race in society

takes part, recruitment is multi­faceted.

Many do not understand or care that the end consequence of this harassment protocol is to

destroy a person.

Why people participate in Gang Stalking?

There are many reasons that someone takes part in this activity.

1. Some do it for the sense of power that it gives them.

2. Others do this as a way to make friends and keep friends. It’s something social and fun

for them to do. Many in society use the one handed sign language to communicate and it’s

very effective in breaking down race, gender, age, social barriers.

3. Others are forced or black mailed by the State or the police into taking part.

4. They are told that they are part of homeland or national security and being used to help

keep and eye on dangerous or emotionally disturbed individuals. They see themselves as

heroic spies for the state.

Civilian spies can come from a variety of different programs such as the Citizen Corp,

Citizen On Phone Patrol COPP, Weed and Seed, T.I.P.S., City Watch or some other

centralized government program used for patrolling and monitoring cities.

5. Others are just local thugs or Informants who are already being used for other activities,

and their energies are just diverted over into these community spy programs. Eg. Some

may be given the choice of Spying for the State or the police vs going to jail.

6. Others are told outright lies and slander about the target to get them to go along with

ruining the target's life.

7. Many are however just average citizens who have been recruited by the state the same

way citizens were recruited in the former East Germany and other countries. It’s the way the

society is.

What are some techniques used against targets?

A few of the most common techniques are listed below.

a) Classical conditioning.

Getting a Targeted Individual sensitized to an everyday stimuli. The targeted individual over

a period of months, or even years is negatively sensitised to an everyday stimuli, which is

then used to harass them. It’s used out in public to let them know they are constantly being

harassed and monitored. Some examples of everyday stimulus that might be used include:

sounds, colors, patterns, actions. Eg. Red, white, yellow, strips, pens clicking, key jangling,

loud coughing, loud whistling, loud smacking of clapping of hands together, cell phones,

laptops, etc.

b) 24/7 Surveillance This will involve following the target everywhere they go. Learning

about the target. Where they shop, work, play, who their friends and family are. Getting

close to the target, moving into the community or apartment where they live, across the

street. Monitoring the targets phone, house, and computer activity.

c) Isolation of said target.

This is done via slander campaigns, and lies. Eg. People in the targets community are told

that the target is a thief, into drugs, a prostitute, pedophile, crazy, in trouble for something,

needs to be watched. False files will even be produced on the target, shown to neighbours,

family, store keepers.

d) Noise and mimicking campaigns.

Disrupting the target's life, sleep with loud power tools, construction, stereos, doors

slamming, etc. Talking in public about private things in the target's life. Mimicking actions of

the target. Basically letting the target know that they are in the target's life. Daily

interferences, nothing that would be too overt to the untrained eye, but psychologically

degrading and damaging to the target over time.

e) Everyday life breaks and street theatre.

Flat tires, sleep deprivation, drugging food, putting dirt on target's property. Mass strangers

doing things in public to annoy targets. These strangers might get text messaged to be at a

specific time and place, and perform a specific action.

It might seem harmless to these strangers, but it could be causing great psychological

trauma for the target. Eg. Blocking target's path, getting ahead of them in line, cutting or

boxing them in on the road, saying or doing things to elicit a response from targets. Etc.

Where does the support or funding for this come from?

Though Gang Stalking itself is immoral and unethical in nature, programs such as this in

democratic countries, and non democratic countries have always been funded by the

Government. They are the only ones with enough money, coordination, and power to keep

such a system in place. These Co­ordinated efforts then join hands with others for this

systemic form of control and harassment.Red Squads

What can you do to help?

1. If you know someone who is being targeted in this way please don’t go along with it.

Don’t assume that the person is guilty or a bad person. Many innocent people are currently

being targeted, and people are being told lies. This form of harassment is systemic and it's

about state control and conformity. The express goal of this harassment is to destroy the

individual over time.

2. If you are aware of someone being harassed in this way, subtly direct them to websites

that deal with Gang Stalking, or sites for Targeted Individuals. Knowledge is power.

3. You can subtly offer your support to someone who is being unfairly treated, in very small

little ways.

4. You can bring up the subject of Gang Stalking or Targeted Individuals.

6. You can subtly suggest that your local newspapers or community papers print articles

about Targeted Individuals or even an write an objective piece about Gang Stalking.

How do participants communicate?

Communication happens in a number of ways. When on the street or in cars patrolling, they

use baseball or Stasi like signals.

8These include things like tapping the side of the nose, corner of the eye, brushing back the

hair 3 times, the infamous double blink, etc.

Here is a list of Stasi signals that the East German Army use to use.

Stasi secret police.


Signals that were used in the former East Germany. The one handed sign language is also

used in democratic countries, however the signals being used are different that those that

were used in East Germany. The following is just an example of what was used.

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


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.

What resources are there?

There are many resources on the Internet and elsewhere about this form of harassment.

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