Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Columbine in Retrospect

What was going on in the lives of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold before they decided to go on the rampage that we remember as the Columbine Massacre? Why were they so vengeful against their fellow classmates? Were they gang-stalked at school?
There are many reasons to believe that the underlying events that led to the Columbine Massacre and current gang-stalking activities are related, although they are years apart in many ways.
Harris and Klebold lived in a community where some of the biggest names in the military/industrial complex are headquartered. Many top-secret black projects go on in this area, and some of them involve research and development of electronic weapons and mind-control technologies. There is some evidence that suggests Harris and Klebold were being used in experiments with these technologies.
Just so that you can understand the scope of the plans of those who ultimately control and orchestrate all of these evil things that go on in our society, during the Columbine investigation, notes were found that were written by these two kids in the late 1990s that talked about stealing a plane and flying it into the World Trade Center. Sound familiar? This was a couple of years before the 9/11 disaster, and yet it shows that the controllers were already setting up the situation and recruiting and programming potential 'fall-guys' or 'sleeper agents' for that fateful event. It's not hard to imagine that a mind-control program has been set up to groom individuals for performing certain terrorist acts, and the idea of flying planes into the World Trade Center was a project in early development at the time that Harris and Klebold were in that program. It was probably decided at a certain point that Harris and Klebold were unsuitable for the 9/11 operation, but were used instead in another operation that served a similar purpose in creating a terrorist threat.
The gang-stalking epidemic originates from the same source that purposely caused the Columbine event to occur, and it's part of the same program, although most of us don't realize it. The truth is, as TIs, we're being constantly assessed for useful purposes, just as Harris and Klebold were ultimately used.
Harris and Klebold claimed that they were being bullied at school. They felt ostracized and thought everyone was out to get them. This sounds a lot like gang-stalking, although gang-stalking wasn't even heard of at the time. Similar massacre/suicides have since occurred, and it's always shown to be extremely frustrated people who felt that they were being harassed and terrorized in ways that parallel gang-stalking activities. They often leave behind evidence such as writings or videos that reveal the pent up anger and frustration that has reached a point of psychopathic rage. They're shown to have believed that the people around them were out to get them. They are usually described by members of their community as having seemed normal enough, although a little quiet or odd. Sound familiar? This might eventually serve to portray TIs as potential 'lone-nuts', should the term 'gang-stalking' ever become associated with these violent incidents.
Schizophrenia is often associated with these media-promoted 'lone-nuts' because they claim to hear voices. As far back as the early 1970s there was Sirhan Sirhan, who claimed that he heard voices in his head commanding him to kill. Around the same time, the 'Son of Sam' serial killer, David Berkowitz, was taking his commands from a dog that talked to him, and had all sorts of weird things going on in his home and neighborhood where he thought he was being targeted. Sound familiar?
Gang-stalking was brought into the arsenal of the US military/intelligence organs through Operation Paperclip, when a number of top Nazi scientists were transferred into the US and allowed to quietly continue with their work under new identities. These same scientists were involved in starting up the mind-control projects that ultimately created such psychopathic killers as Eric Harris, Dylan, Klebold, David Berkowitz, and many others. Part of the purpose has been to create and maintain fear and suspicion among the public - a controlled state of chaos. Media-promoted incidents like Columbine and 9/11 have occurred with an ordered randomness of progression that has served this purpose well. These terrorist acts involving 'lone-nuts' follow a previous trend of serial killer incidents that arose in the 1960s and reached their apex in the late 1970s or early '80s. Many of these serial killers were undoubtedly created in mind-control programs as well, and we can see these as developing stages in creating terror among the population. Mind-control cults fit into this as well, arising in the media during the 1970s with Jim Jones and his People's Temple, Rev, Moon and the 'Moonies', and a number of others that were making the news at the time. These were all CIA-funded mind-control programs. Charles Manson and his 'Family' fit into the mind-control cult programs in the 1960s as well. Manson probably learned his programming techniques while being programmed himself during his early years in prison, perhaps falling into one of the many MK-ULTRA programs that used prison inmates as guinea pigs. The emblematic swastika carved into his forehead came after he went on trial, and this was a signal of his loyalty to his programmers, and when he spoke gibberish in court it was to signify that he wouldn't reveal any secrets. It was a plea to his controllers for mercy, and it apparently worked. This is why he escaped the death penalty. Henry Lee Lucas, probably the worst cannibalistic serial killer on record in the US, killed literally hundreds of people, and has been sitting on death row in Texas for decades, his execution always stayed by the powers that be. Like Manson, he must have served his satanic Masters well. Nowadays, these mind-controlled 'lone-nuts' are programmed to self-terminate, showing another progression in mind-control programs.
These events are all progressing and going somewhere. Gang-stalking is part of the next stage in these developments. It's an intended result of the earlier stages, and puts us all within the grasp of our tormentors to be easily singled out and plucked up and have them do to us whatever they will, to have our minds tinkered with and programs inserted and be nothing more than puppets acting out parts in a giant play for the amusement of our unwanted Masters.
That's where this is going, and Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were players in a reality TV show that was made for the personal amusement of sick fucks with far too much power in their hands.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Targets, Credibility, and Potential Imposters

by Anthony Forwood

Since I started visiting different Internet forums and groups for targets of gang-stalking in the last few months, I've been accused by several people of being a gang-stalker myself, simply because I ask logical questions or make reasonable statements regarding what claims someone else has made. For instance, one person who goes by the pseudonym 'CrabFish' on the Yahoo 'multistalk' forum was telling me about an incident that he thought was gang-stalking, where he thought his suspected gang-stalkers were talking about him in a foreign language that he admitted he didn't understand, and I was simply curious to know how he was certain that they were talking about him. It was a relevant question, but it was taken as an attack on him (by both him and the moderator, Julianne McKinney, who appear to get along very well) simply because my response reflected what could be taken as doubt, at least for anyone who was too quick to judgment and wanted to read it that way. I was immediately accused by the moderator of being a perp, and all sorts of false accusations were made by her about me.

(See for what I have to say about this moderator and what I have found out about her)

My questions were completely valid, and it would be foolish for anyone to believe that any given incident was an incident of gang-stalking unless all other reasonable possibilities had first been eliminated. In the case above, I couldn't possibly know from the little that I had been told whether this person was sure of what they thought was going on, and from the little that he had told me and how he said it, I saw that he might have been imagining things, although I never said so. I was only trying to assure both of us that he wasn't drawing false conclusions. He had offered this story of his to me personally without me asking. I had no idea why he decided to direct his post to me, but since he did, I felt perfectly in my right to ask for more details, which is all I had done. The immediate attack on me only added to any doubt I might have already had as to the credibility of his (and the moderators) logic and reasoning abilities, since it isn't at all reasonable to just expect me to believe whatever I'm told without something better than their word. After all, some people are willing to believe that something that might otherwise be a normal event is an incident of gang-stalking, and often, they may not be at all. As targets, we have to keep our heads about us, and we shouldn't expect others to just buy whatever we say without being willing to offer enough information for them to draw a reasonable conclusion about it. And we should certainly never attack someone for seeking more information, if we expect anyone to believe us at all.

What people want to believe is their business, but when they expect others to accept it without question, well, then I have a problem.

There are those who are involved in this gang-stalking epidemic who are apparently only out to make the TI community look like a bunch of idiots, and they will pose as TIs and make wild claims and encourage real TIs to believe their stories and at the same time reinforce the TI's convictions that every little incident that happens to them is a gang-stalking operation. They are subverting the need for logical analysis when considering any potential incident of gang-stalking, by attempting to encourage TIs to overlook that necessary factor. Targets need to be very careful, for their own sake, not to let this happen when considering their own situations, or when deciding whether to believe what others are telling them.

I don't mean to attack TIs when I say this. I am a target myself. But logic and reason are necessary, and if someone sounds like they are reflecting doubt when asking questions, well, there's really no way around that, and this should be expected by TIs who wish to be believed, because if their case is ever going to be taken seriously by the general public or the police or a judge, and if they hope to ever get help for the crimes that are being committed against them, they'll have to expect that these sorts of questions are going to be asked, so they better be sure of themselves and be ready to answer them.

The frequent accusations that I'm receiving from certain others on the Internet that I'm a perp, always without any logical basis given, shows that these accusers are either incapable of logical analysis and reasonable consideration to the facts, or they are attempting to convince other TIs that I am a threat to them when in reality I'm being a threat to the real perps for making relevant statements and trying to help other TIs to always be clear-minded and not make mistakes that could make things more problematic for themselves and for the TI community as a whole.

Another person (Frank Riganelli) very recently accused me of being a perp because I responded to a message that he posted on facebook where he was encouraging other TIs to post defamatory information on public website about their suspected perps, and I simply pointed out that they should be careful that they were certain of the facts that they post, or they might just be engaging in gang-stalking themselves, and even criminal activity. This person twisted what I had said (either purposely or through misreading it) and made a lot of false assumptions in an attempt to turn what I had said into an attack on TIs for having negative attitudes. Amazing.

Just before this, on the Yahoo 'mind-control-research' forum, the moderator there, one 'Bob S.', began to censor all of my posts by deleting them before they reached other forum members, without even notifying me of the fact. When I noticed days later that they weren't getting posted, I asked about it, and this person sent me a private email telling me that he believed I was attempting to disrupt the forum. However, all of my posts had been on topic and of a helpful or informative nature, or I was seeking input on some questions I had regarding my own situation, or I was commenting on what this person had stated about a number of things that I had a different opinion on (regarding electromagnetics). There was nothing in my posts that merited what he had done. What was really strange was the fact that this person warned me not to divulge the content of his email to anyone else. Yah, sure. Okay. I attempted to post this email from him in his forum so others could see it, but I expect he deleted it as well before it made it to anyone else (I never saw it come back to me as a forum post).

I don't have thin skin, and I'm not easily agitated by people. This makes it easier for me than it is for certain other TIs that I come across to stay calm and think clearly when I think I might be under attack by gang-stalkers or anybody else. What I think of these people who accuse me of being a perp is that they are either extremely paranoid, or they are witting perpetrators themselves, agents of those who ultimately control these gang-stalking groups. I'm not going to make any final judgments, but that doesn't mean I shouldn't be on my guard about them or anyone else who can't apply logic and reason to whatever incident they feel is a gang-stalking incident.

There is an Internet file that I recently read called SECRETS1.DOC, that was written by a man named Robert Desko. It can be found easily enough with a simple google search. This man writes about his experiences with what he refers to as the 'Secret Underground Society', and his story is that of a person who thinks they are being gang-stalked (although he doesn't call it that, and the term may not have existed when he wrote the file). How this man relates his story without providing any reasonable or logical explanations to assure the reader that he is accurate in his claims made me suspicious of what he was saying. I point him out because he is a good case for study to show how a TI should avoid coming across.

Robert Desko once worked for the military, and for some reason ended up on disability, which is when his problems seem to have started. He doesn't name anybody as his perps, although in his view, almost everybody that he dealt with in his normal day-to-day activities seems to have been seen by him as one. He seems to have accused others for every problem that he had in his day-to-day life, including the doctors that he continued to visit in order to get the medication that he complained was part of his problem and probably didn't need. He even continued to check himself into hospitals for rest while complaining that they were messing with him. He claimed that they were out to get him because they thought he was psychic and a member of The Great White Brotherhood. Perhaps this was true, but any level-headed person will see from reading his file that he comes across as being very possibly delusional. He is also very confrontational, and anyone who reads his story will find many instances of this. Confrontational attitudes with everyone you come across without having something to back your beliefs is not a good idea in any situation, especially when dealing with doctors, insurance investigators, government employees, police, or postal workers, or anyone else who's in a position to make things difficult for you, so he may have brought a lot of his problems on himself. At certain points he even claims that others are responsible for the thoughts he's having, and at other times claims that they think he is psychic, without any verification to assure either himself or the reader of the accuracy of this assumption. This is a point that a person reaches when they are clearly not mentally stable, and in this case, it is by his own admission.

I should note here that I know that some people may be targets of advanced mind-control technologies that can be used to manipulate their thoughts and actions against their will and without them even knowing it. However, this man doesn't make the claim that he's a victim of mind-control technologies, but rather that he's either getting psychic impressions or a higher power is putting these thoughts and impressions in his head. He doesn't consider how this might have been done, or why. His entire story can only be accepted by putting our blind trust in the possibility that he is completely accurate in his assumptions, in spite of there being not one piece of evidence offered to support them, and without considering why he might have gone to the trouble of writing his lengthy file if it wasn't to expose the perpetrators of the activities he claims were orchestrated against him. His file only makes him look ridiculous.

My own thoughts about Robert Desko are that he was either mentally deluded about many of the things that he claimed, or that he was a disinformation agent for the government trying to make himself out to sound so ridiculous that those who read his file would be reluctant to believe any other cases similar to his. I can't accept his story as totally valid simply because he provides nothing at all in the way of verifiable evidence that would reveal his sanity. I don't doubt his claims that there is a secret underground society that we are ALL victims of to one degree or another, and I don't doubt that many people who claim to be targets of this cultish society are in fact just that, exactly in the manner that they claim. I can't help but be suspicious of claims that are not supported by logical and reasoned thinking, whether they are claims of being gang-stalked, or claims that I or anyone else is a perpetrator, or anything else.

Perhaps Robert Desko was a real target of this secret underground society that includes gang-stalkers, or perhaps he was a disinformation agent. It doesn't really matter at this point. What matters is that he makes a good example of the sort of unreasonableness that a target needs to avoid when considering their own situation and presenting it to others. Expecting others to believe our stories means that we have to adhere to the rules of logic and supply the burden of proof. We have to be willing to analyze events with a clear mind and not make assumptions or draw quick conclusions. We also need to expunge from support groups those people who make wild claims of being TIs but who refuse to allow anyone to question their stories in order to verify the validity of their claims.

As for the people who accuse me of being a perp, I am of a mind to think that they are playing the old game of accusing the other person of what they themselves are before they are accused of it themselves, knowing that people tend to believe the first version of a story they hear, and will base all further judgments on that belief, so that any later versions of the story are adulterated with doubt. I've had this pulled on me so often in the past that I'm now quite aware of what's going on when it occurs. The only way to find out which story is the more believable is to put them to the test of logic and reason, and to ask the questions that will draw out the full details of each, and see which stands up to reason. I'm more than willing to answer for myself when I must, but those who accuse me seem to avoid doing so, and that only makes them look all the more dishonest.

Of course, some TIs have very good reasons to keep certain information to themselves. They may know things that could get them seriously hurt or even killed if they started talking, or they may simply not be ready to disclose certain information because they fear that their situation may get worse as a result. I respect that completely. I would never expect someone to have to reveal such things in these cases, and I would never accuse them of lying or being deluded if they desired to keep some things private. However, if someone posts a message about an incident they had, they should be ready to accept that some questions might be asked, and they should be prepared to decline answering graciously, rather than to accuse the questioner of being a perp or trying to disrupt a group or whatever else. That only serves to make them appear unreasonable.

I have also been accused of not being a TI because my story doesn't match what some people perceive as gang-stalking. For instance, someone claimed that I wasn't a TI because I wasn't acting like a TI should act... I didn't seem scared of my perps and I was being too vocal about this whole issue. The fact is, I'm not scared of my perps and I am quite vocal, and I would think that this would be appreciated. Each TI's situation is somewhat different. Some TIs are dealing with very nasty government agents who have access to all sorts of resources, and can make a person's life quite miserable very easily, while other TIs are dealing with low-life scumbags with very little resources and very little intelligence, and are nothing more than a nuisance, no matter how widespread and organized they are. I more or less fall into the latter group, although I have the police targeting me as well, but I know how to deal with them and they know that I do. I've been dealing with this for decades, and I was put through the worst of it long before I ever even heard of gang-stalking. So my nerves aren't as on edge any more and my situation is almost normal to me. But for others, this is all quite new and disturbing, and for some it is undoubtedly unbearable and incredibly torturous. I feel for these people very much, and I only want to help them as much as I can. I have strengths, knowledge, and ideas that can be useful to other TIs if given a chance, and this is what the real perps don't want me doing. This is probably why I am attacked online. But I'm not complaining about it. In fact, I find it quite humorous, because those who attack me and say these things are just exposing themselves for what they really are! Not being afraid and speaking out as much as I can is the best defense I have found to counter their offenses, and I want to set an example for others to follow, if they can. It needs to be realized that exposure is the only way that this epidemic crime will ever be stopped. It's better to take a few small lumps than to be handicapped completely through voluntary silence and constant fear.

Courage comes with facing your fears head on. It only makes you stronger.

My whole point to this article is that those TIs who are so paranoid of others that they will quickly accuse them of being a perp should stay at home, unplug their computer from the Internet, turn off the TV, climb into the attic or lock themselves in the basement, and stay there for the rest of their lives if they can't deal with real-world situations in a reasonable and mature way. Otherwise, they can easily become perps themselves by attacking others with their quick accusations. Making claims - whether they are claims of being a target or claims that someone else is a perp - without being able to stand them up to critical analysis is not going to get you anywhere, except to be seen as fools by those who know how to apply critical analysis and think logically. No judge in a court of law would accept anything less, so why should anyone else?

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Friday, May 6, 2011

On Mind-Control and Mental Conditioning

by Anthony Forwood

How can a person tell if they are under the influence of mind-control?

I differentiate the term ‘mind-control’ from mental conditioning, which is what we get through the education system and mass media, and which basically rely on the ability to influence our beliefs, understandings, and thought patterns through repeated exposure to certain ideas. Mind-control, on the other hand, is a more direct influence that relies on physically manipulating our thought processes.

So, how do we know when our thought processes are being directly manipulated through mind-control? The recent incidents of TV commentators uncontrollably speaking gibberish on the air is a perfect example of this effect. It gives us a glimpse of what happens when our minds are being controlled against our will. The commentators were conscious of what was happening, but could do nothing to stop it. But these were blatant instances that were undoubtedly meant to show certain parties that such control is possible. Other more subtle forms of mind-control can occur that are not so easy to detect, even for those who are being affected.

I’ve done a fair amount of study on the mind and the brain, and I’ve learned quite a bit about how autonomic (subconscious) processes can occur without our being aware of them. We spend more of our waking time in a semi-conscious state than we realize, and few of us ever really pay attention to our more subtle reactions to things. We take our minds for granted, and rarely step outside of the conditioning that we’ve come to rely on to deal with events and situations as they arise throughout the day. We’re usually so busy with our lives and personal interests that we don’t really think about the deeper motivations that drive us.

Mind-control, working at a subtle level, will take advantage of this, and allow the controllers to manipulate a person without them even knowing it. Many people who claim to be under the influence of mind-control only become aware of it after they realize that they were acting or thinking in a way that was not natural for them, but many may not realize it at all. How do those who do realize it come to that realization? They do so by becoming more conscious of their thought processes and actions. They wake up from the normal hypnotic state that we all tend to slip into throughout the day.

How can a person defeat the more subtle forms of mind-control?

It’s important that anyone who suspects that they are being directly influenced by physical means (such as with directed energy) begin to analyze their own mental processes, and to become conscious of how these processes operate in a normal, uninfluenced state, and to compare these to those moments when they feel that they were being externally influenced. The mind is a very powerful thing, and although it can be taken over by outside forces and influences, the person who it belongs to is its ultimate master. Because of this, a person still has the capacity to subvert such outside influences when they are at least occurring at a subtle level. But this requires conscious acknowledgement of those influences, and an understanding of what is occurring in the mind (the mental processes) that is influencing the undesired thoughts and actions.

The subconscious is the real powerhouse of the mind. This is the part that directs our mental and physical processes automatically, leaving the conscious part of our minds free to think and to dream. The subconscious is like a computer, and takes input from the user as commands and does its best to fulfill those commands. This is the part that is attacked by the more subtle forms of mind-control.

Understanding how the subconscious works and the power that it has, and beginning to use that knowledge to take better control of our minds will help to defeat mind-control. Prayer works through the power of the subconscious, and anyone who believes in the miracle of prayer will understand this power. Hypnosis also reveals this incredible power, and a person who is under its influence and able to do things that they normally would have been completely incapable of, such as lifting great weights, speaking fluently in languages that they don’t know, or even changing their physical features, attests to this.

The subconscious works on the power of belief. THAT is the key to accessing and using its power. Therefore, first and foremost, to think of yourself as a ‘victim’ is self-defeating, because the very connotation of that word gives the subconscious the command to be one. So NEVER refer to yourself in thought or speech as a victim. Second, NEVER think of the controllers as more powerful than you are. Third, begin to give your subconscious only positive commands, and do this as often as possible, since the subconscious will need constant direction to undo the equally constant negative external influences. Continually tell your subconscious that YOU are the ultimate master of your mind, and direct it to repel outside influences that have not been okayed by your conscious mind. This may sound kind of simplistic, but this actually works. You just have to keep at it. Fourth, analyze your beliefs, and look within them for the weaknesses that might be allowing external influences to have their way. Unfortunately, believing that mind-control is real is self-defeating, but since it is real, it does no good to pretend to deny it. Instead, you must accept the reality of it, but at the same time realize and believe that your mind has the power to withstand at least the subtler influences of this technology.

These points won’t defeat every form of mind-control, but they will work for those of a subtle nature, such as subliminal ‘thought injection’ and directed energy attacks on certain neurological functioning.

Jesus taught that we should look for the power of God within ourselves and not through some outside force, and this is what he was essentially talking about. The subconscious holds the greatest power within us. It’s up to us to be the masters of ourselves.