Gang stalking in Europe

Gang stalking, mobbing and bullying are variations of the same destructive behavior. They differ only in the number of perpetrators and the number of victims.

behavior perpetrators victims
gang stalking many many
mobbing many 1
bullying 1 1

A mobbed person is the victim of one group, and this group harasses only this person.

Gang stalking is rather a sort of multi-mobbing where the same group may harass multiple persons who may or may not know each other. Typically an entire family will receive the harassment. They may as well harass members of an extremist party, people who are blacklisted from employment in a particular sector, and people who have been placed on a watch list (subversive people, potentially dangerous people).

Bullying-mobbing-gangstalking

Stages of harassment

We have reasons to believe that there’s an organization behind the harassment.

This organization is most likely a secret society (Mafia).

Mafia Venn diagram

This is a behavior which has to be learned. You can learn these methods only in the Mafia.

The Mafia will often pose as a neighborhood watch group.

Stages of neighborhood watch corruption

From www.counseling.org:

Mobbing and suppression page 1

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Gang stalking is in the first place a matter of corruption. It couldn’t exist if the police, the politicians, the doctors and the media were doing their job. Even human rights organizations have become so corrupt that they completely ignore this problem.

Gang stalking is in the second place a matter of law. We don’t have suitable laws for punishing a large group of civilians. Such laws do exist for certain categories of people like soldiers and prisoners: all participants are sentenced to death or all participants are convicted for every crime that has been committed by the group. These laws have to be extended to include gangstalkers. Every gangstalker has to be convicted for every crime that his network has committed against the target. Failure to report or suppress gang stalking has to be treated as a crime.

Gang stalking is in the third place a matter of innovation. We are in the transition from impact weapons to energetic weapons. Our justice system is completely unprepared for this.

Gang stalking is in the fourth place a matter of evolution. Evolution theory can be applied to crime. If you vote new laws to fight crime, then a common type of criminal will disappear, but a new type of more cunning criminal will take his place. This type of criminal is immune for the law just like some bacteria have become immune for antibiotics: the resistant bacteria. Gangstalkers are resistant criminals.

Many targets have tried to get justice in a courtroom. There have been 150 court cases in Germany alone. All these court cases are treated as “frivolous.” Please read the court cases on this website before you go to the court. Learn from their mistakes. One target, a businessman from the UK, prepared his court case for 4 years and lost £500,000. Save yourself the trouble and save your money.

Several targets have attacked stalkers as well as innocent people in an attempt to get attention to their problem or even a bit humble revenge. Please read about the shootings on this website before you go berserk. Learn from their mistakes.

Remote control movie with Kevin Dillon
Remote control movie (1988).

Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. History
    2. Mind control
    3. Targeted individuals
    4. Who and why
    5. Principles
    6. Trying to get the word out
    7. Google trends
  2. Gang stalking
    1. Origin of the word gang stalking
    2. Gang stalking
    3. Signs of gang stalking
    4. Notorious cases
    5. Complaints
      1. Complaining to doctors
      2. Complaining to the Home Office
      3. Complaining to the secret service
    6. Alternative names
    7. Examples
    8. Tactics
    9. Similar crimes
    10. Similar organizations
  3. Electronic harassment
    1. Origin of the word electronic harassment
    2. Electronic harassment laws
    3. Signs of electronic harassment
    4. Notorious cases
    5. Complaints
      1. Complaining to the police
    6. Experiences
    7. Technologies
    8. Patents
    9. Devices
    10. RF scans
    11. Resolutions
  4. Implants
  5. Legal
    1. Court cases
    2. Shootings
    3. Terror
  6. If you are a target
    1. Testimonies
    2. Countering the perps
    3. Advice
    4. Warnings
    5. Forced drugging
    6. Disinfo
  7. Science
    1. Gang stalking
      1. Jean-Nicolas Desurmont (criminologist)
    2. Electronic harassment
      1. International union of radio science
      2. Professor Amin Muhammad (psychiatrist)
      3. Professor Michael Persinger (psychologist)
      4. † Professor Robert Becker (physician)
    3. Implants
      1. Professor Kathryn Kelley (psychologist)
  8. Scientific community
    1. Gang stalking
      1. Dr. Tomo Shibata (sociologist)
      2. Dr. Reidar Visser (historian)
      3. Dr. Keith Labella (attorney)
      4. Former Professor Geral Sosbee (attorney)
      5. Professor Rahul Manchanda (attorney)
    2. Electronic harassment
      1. Dr. Katherine Horton (physicist)
      2. Former Professor Reinhard Munzert (psychologist)
      3. Dr. Helmut Lammer (geophysicist)
    3. Implants
      1. † Dr. Rauni Kilde (physician)
    4. Articles written by other doctors
    5. Verified doctors
    6. Bioethics commission
  9. Unscientific resources
    1. Advertisements
    2. Articles
      1. News articles
      2. Magazine articles
      3. Articles written by ordinary citizens
    3. Bible
    4. Billboards
    5. Books
      1. e-books
      2. e-booklets
      3. Printed books
    6. Emails
    7. Letters
    8. Manifestos
    9. Poll results
    10. Reports
    11. Statements
    12. Victim stories
    13. Websites
  10. Recordings
    1. Audio
    2. Video
  11. Popular culture
    1. Comic strip albums
    2. Movies
    3. Songs
    4. Operas
    5. Theatre
    6. Video games
    7. Etcetera
  12. The kitchen sink
    1. Related conspiracies
    2. Kooky stuff
  13. Support
    1. Supporting celebrities
    2. Supporting doctors
    3. Supporting organizations
    4. Supporting political parties
    5. Supporting professionals
  14. About
    1. About the author
    2. About this website
    3. About Wikipedia
    4. About psychiatry

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