What buys the silence of those who engage in gang stalking activities?
In the old-time syndicates, silence was guaranteed by the initiation ritual. When a man was "made",
it mean't that he had killed in the presence of witness(es). The recording of the ritual event
ensured that any betrayal or disloyalty could put the initiate on death row.
But, in the modern era, what real leverage do the leaders of the gang stalking groups have upon the rank and file?
Mainly, the activities of the rank and file are comprised of a little street theatre here, vandalism there, a dash of venial criminal activity, and perhaps a shake or two above that level (of criminality) thrown in for added spice. The bulk of gang-stalker related activity is intentionally made to fall below the radar screen of law enforcement.
"Difficult to prosecute" translates to "small leverage", meaning that
over time, some members of gang-stalking crews will be disloyal.
The heaviest hammer that the organizers can bring to bear is the one contained in the following threat:
- The fear that the turn-coat stalkers themselves will be stalked.
However unpleasant that scenario may be in the eyes of "gang stalking crew" members, it likely does not
equate with death row. Therefore, the coming years will bring about extensive public awareness of G.S.
issues, and prosecutions that are engendered, part and parcel, by ex-patriated gang members.
Victims will Organize
To a G.S. victim, the word "organization" is spelled with four letters. Nonetheless, victims need to organize, for their own
personal well being, financial successes, and the opportunity to pursue that elusive something that all world dwellers seek: happiness.
United, Networked, Empowered
The time has come for victims to organize, network, and empower themselves against this tangible enemy. Our pooled resources, pooled knowledge, and common experiences will ultimately enhance our ability to generate public awareness about these issues,
to more effectively fight against oppressors, and to help each of us continue to press for that which we seek in our own lives.
The Internet facilitates rapid organization, and is a tool unavailable to those who were victimized in years past. G.S. techniques rely on isolation, and the Internet conquers isolation. Ultimately, the Internet will become an excellent tool in the war chest of those who wish to conquer oppression.