12 uploads in the last 24 hours.
Given his low view count, are we his only audience?
No, he also gets a lot of views from other "gangstalking victims" who thank him for exposing the "conspiracy".
I think that USED to be the case, but looking in his archive (which is really extensive, shit), he's got week-old vids with only 3 or 4 views.
I think even the crazies think he's a wee bit off-kilter, or his fantasy rants aren't bringing in the rubes like they once did.
Some of his videos get much more views than others, at least when he puts non-sequiturs about Sandy Hook, Gene Rosen, and the school bus driver who doesn't grant interviews in the description.
I'm super tempted to comment on this guy's videos for real asking "So what's the difference between a target harassment version of taking out the trash and ACTUALLY taking out the trash?"
Actually taking out the trash involves shaking the bag ONCE.
Yes, McDonald's can be part of a precision conspiracy to drive a select few to madness (which is like giving a schizophrenic an imaginary friend) yet they still can't get my drive-thru order right half the time.
Wait... Oh, god, they're TARGETING ME!! The fact that they let me keep the food they got wrong is just part of their EVIL PLAN! SOYLENT GREEN IS SHEEPLE!
Yeah, this would be the subject of the closest thing they could have to a debate: Whether or not this gangstalker is a plant or if McDonald's is in on it.
This is instead of an insightful look at the state of our mental health care system, of course.
There's already at least one psychologist studying furries. I want to see one study gangstalkers.
The internet is driving people crazy. It gives them the ability to do and think whatever they want without the kind of consequences that would happen in the real world. It's just going to get weirder.
You mean you want to see a psychologist study "gangstalking victims"/"targeted individuals". It's kind of hard for them to study gangstalkers when no gangstalkers actually exist. ;-)
It's not driving people crazy. It's giving the insane a place where their delusions are reinforced by fellow dementia sufferers.
Not that they'd need the help. They often have an answer for any fact or logical point you'd care to raise that might put a dent in their fantasy-bubble.
Sasazuka: Bad choice of wording. You know what I mean.
SteamPoweredKleenex: It's letting people go crazy. The craziness is usually if not always already there, but for the most part, real-world society quashes it, or at least keeps it quiet. But the internet allows people to nurture it and let it grow. Not only because of the lessened consequences, but also because of the ability to connect with similar people.
Gang stalkees do not seem like paranoid schizophrenics. They're not typically hallucinating, their delusions aren't impossibly disjointed. They don't WANT their delusions to go away. It seems almost cultural, like a way to deal with crushing loneliness by turning "lets pretend we're secret agents" into a lifestyle, because otherwise it would mean that nobody gives a shit about their existence. If so, trying to give them antipsychotics might make them even worse.
Just imagine what a pain in the ass it would be to thoroughly document a "targeted individuals" life and behavior without them literally stalking their researchers. Maybe the effort/reward ratio is too low.
While I'll grant the possibility that there are gangstalking-believers who aren't paranoid schizophrenic, in this case, while denying that he has it himself, he admits that his half-brother was paranoid schizophrenic, so I think the odds are very high he suffers from it as well. (He mentions his brother's paranoid schizophrenia in the comments for this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0rhMqYZd54 ) It's possible that he's a non-paranoid schizophrenic who just happens to have uploaded nearly nineteen thousand videos of things he believes are stalking him, such as robot birds and commuter trains, but Occam's Razor falls on the side of paranoid schizophrenia in his case.
I'm just saying they fit the "paranoid" description, but not the "schizophrenic" one. They don't fit the diagnosis. They ain't no Francis E. Dec. Obviously something is gone wrong in their head, but I genuinely honestly think it's an insult to schizophrenics to lump them together. So yeah, if people are studying furries, someone should be studying this.
And I agree that "sheer volume" is a fantastic indicator of mental illness. I think of it as "scroll bar sign".. you see a rant, then look at the right scroll bar, and the bar is tiny because there's at least 80 more screenfulls of it and it's all text but oh god it's still loading... that's a classic PoE moment.
The agent changing the trash can should have done a "3 tap" with the palm of the hand to trash can after completing trash change to evoke more terror. He must've been having an off day.
The other day I was waiting at the bus stop and I had a while so I was wandering a bit and I noticed an empty car with it's hazard lights on. Then I noticed a car across the street in an alley was unoccupied and had it's hazard lights on. There was another in the alley on the other side of the street. I saw a total of 6 unoccupied cars with their hazard lights on.
It was very unsettling. I can't help but imagine that that is exactly what the people making these videos felt when they first started experiencing coincidences as scary, threatening events.
Still, though. Why the fuck would there be six unoccupied vehicles with their hazards on? Probably gangstalking someone else. There's a lot of TIs downtown.
Stop gangstalking us with your harassing posts, perp!
ATTN. FELLOW AGENTS
CODE 7 "AWARENESS" ALERT IN SECTOR 56-HF.
MESSAGE FROM AGENT "GANDALF 4" NOW FOLLOWS:
"I'VE GOT ONE THAT CAN SEE..."
To "singledrac", who commented with "'chemtrails' are jet contrails. you are afraid of water." on the video; SWF22R replied "ARE YOU SMARTER THEN A 5TH GRADER?", a stock comment meaning he thinks that anyone smarter than a fifth grader should see the obvious "truthiness" of the outlandish David Icke conspiracy theories he believes. The appropriate answer is, "Yes, i am smarter than a fifth grader; I do not dismiss out of hand the scientific explanation for a phenomena merely because it clashes with my pre-existing worldview."
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