|Riskbreaker - 2012-05-07 |
Only 14 seconds into it, and a nazi flag appears.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-05-07 |
At first I thought these were humorously delusional people, but the more of this I see here and elsewhere, I find myself disliking these nutters as much as god-botherers. It seems quite similar to the delusion that one is chosen by God, as in the case of gang stalking, you're SOOOO important (usually it's something along the lines of how you think differently, are "dangerous" or have "uncovered the truth") that a giant conspiracy exists to make your life a living hell.
I suppose it frees up someone from thinking that perhaps the reason nobody likes them and they got fired is because they're repulsive people who would rather take refuge in an X-Files fantasyland instead of getting help.
Also, (and I apologize if I've posted this before) it's scary how these people derailed the Urban Dictionary definition of the term:
"minorities, outspoken individuals, whistle blowers, dissidents, people who have gone against large corporations"
I like how, most of the gangstalking videos we have seen are from:
-People who think that hating "the man" equals being outspoken
-People who have never, ever, "whistle blow" on any "evil" practice from any "evil" company
-Many of these guys shop at fucking wal mart
So, the above description doesn't apply to reality, at all.
LJ: I originally felt bad for my neighbor who is convinced we are a part of a gangstalking conspiracy. I got use to the creepy "being watched" feeling for a little bit, although some of the latest threats from the "victim" have me making sure I am closer to my daughter when she is playing outside.
What wore thin really quick was when the "victim" would come out of the house and confront me and my family. The discussion is always in 3 stages: 1) a question 2) a lecture and 3) (the worst) threats usually peppered with hints that they have been monitoring our activity. I am fortunate in that the "victim" isn't shoving a camera in my face while doing it and uploading it to youtube.
The "I'm so important" bit is icing, the filling is this ass backwards view of the situation. Where the "victim" is paranoid of my family (and everyone outside their house) to the point of keeping a watchful eye on us, but we are paranoid of her because it's obvious she is watching us and is bonkers.
have you registered a complaint with your local police department. in case of an incident there should ideally be a record for responders to consult when determining how to engage an ongoing situation. be clear that he seems paranoid to the point of requiring medication
bonus points for filming him openly whenever he drops by to harass your family
Billy the Poet
Just because somebody's crazy doesn't mean he can't also be an asshole.
|sosage - 2012-05-08 |
Sorry. I should have added that "threats" tend to mostly be "I'll call the (fill in organization)" "I have friends who will investigate you" sort of threats. Although the last time the "victim" said something a bit more ominous that put me on edge. It's the little slips about things we do around/outside the house that only someone watching us would know -- that makes it unnerving.
The person hasn't really done enough to warrant filing a complaint though (AFAIK). The person has caregivers of sorts (older parents), so I also try to give space for their sake on the issue. Besides, I don't think there is much I can do about someone watching me from their private residence.
Yeesh. Meant as reply.
You're going to have to contact somebody, bud. The ideal thing would be to do whatever you can to get a paper trail of your neighbor's behavior, so if it gets to the point she needs outside help, caseworkers and folks at the crisis center will have something to reference. Take it from someone who's weekend job is helping adults with behavioral issues: cross your t's and dot your i's.
Your reluctance is understandable, I wouldn't want to kick a hornet's nest if I lived next to one, so maybe bringing it up with the caregivers. It could be they are unaware of the extent of their kid?
Bottom line is, you need to tell an adult. Seriously.
|spikestoyiu - 2012-05-08 |
I love how "they" are using either the most technologically advanced drones or a thirty year-old television antenna.
|Accidie - 2012-05-12 |
SNITCH HOLE would be a good tag.
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