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"Gang-Stalking?" Reality or fantasy?

Asked by CaptainHarley (22394 points ) December 26th, 2011

In my online research, I have come across something called “gang-stalking,” which sounds rather horrific until you read some personal accounts. Then it seems more like a tailor-made scenario for paranoics. Is this a legitimate complaint, or should we buy the so-called “victims” a tinfoil hat?

Cf: http://gangstalkingworld.com/

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Lightlyseared's avatar

Just imagine the expense per victim of coordinating all that stuff. Pretty sure no one cares that much.

jerv's avatar

Ask Adam Weishaupt :D

CaptainHarley's avatar

@jerv

Oh brother! :/

john65pennington's avatar

Is there really a differnce in “gang stalking” compared to “school bullying”?

One is full of adults and the other contains juveniles.

They both need their ass whipped.

Sorry, the truth just came out.

Linda_Owl's avatar

This is the first time I have read anything about it. I really can’t say if there is anything valid about this, but it does make me think about our government’s increasing observation of all aspects of our lives & sticking its intrusive nose into everything (ie. “see something, say something” which seeks to turn people into spies against each other). I really don’t know, it sounds like paranoia to me, but you know what they say, “just because you think that people are trying to kill you, that does not mean that they are not”.

CaptainHarley's avatar

LOL @Linda_Owl

True, true. Government has indeed become FAR more intrusive these last few years. This trend needs to be stopped.

@john65pennington

Bullying isn’t usually organized to the extent gang stalking seems to be. Plus adults seem to have more resources available to them than do school bullies ( although I think some of the same people who were bullies tend to become TSA agents and the like ).

Bart19's avatar

I experienced this but to a far lesser extent. Bullies stalked me for months and I must admit that high schoolers can be very organised and resourceful if they want to be. They worked the flawed school system brilliantly and they recognized the destructiveness of slander better than many I know. To make a long story short: I was the bully not them.

It got fixed in the end but a lot of people in my old village still treat me with distain. I wish I could say that gangstalking is a fantasy or paranoia but I am inclined to believe it’s true. Maybe not on such a massive scale as mentioned but I think it’s happening somewhere. It reminds me a bit of the movie Hot Fuss actually (even when it’s a comedy) and all those movies where they accuse an innocent man of murder.

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