Although a serious problem, by nature, organized stalking is difficult to pinpoint. A study of recent publications promises to reveal major understandings about what qualifies as organized stalking, who might be involved in it, how they accomplish it, and what victims can do to combat it.
What is organized stalking?
The deliberate creation of negative experiences in a person’s life whereby people unacquainted with the target execution of covert attacks such as drugging, poisoning, mob action, and mutilation of pets through personal proximity or hired thugs.
Who engages in organized stalking?
Organized stalkers can include gangs, government and non-government organizations, slighted dates and women scorned.
How do they do it?
People who engage in organized stalking typically cloak their reasoning is professes some greater good. They often impose labels on their victims and other abuses of power such as the direction of government resources toward victimizing their target of targets. They promulgate the idea that somehow the target or targets are essential “bad” somehow or that the outcome is somehow just such as disabling opposition, discrediting a opponent, answering a threat.
A basic systematic overview of the process of organized stalking is that it usually begins with psychological profiling where perpetrators case the target. The use of spying technology is often employed to compromise the communications of the target. The goal is to identify the victim’s strengths and vulnerabilities.
With that information, perpetrators begin to publicly trivialize the target. Perpetrators are often fixated on the past. Part of the reason they engage in an organized stalk and make such a big deal about everyone having a past is a yearning for someone to care about them and their past even. It is a control issue that says,” Since no one cares about me and my past, I’m going to magnify negative incidents in your life.” They often publicly label targets as unstable, drug addicted, or threat to society either through misinformation or the repeated conjuring of past events. The goal is alienation and isolation.
The next phase includes psychological attacks through cognitive and emotional infiltration. Organized stalkers attempt to invoke self-doubt through misinformation aimed at the manipulation of memory and perception often referred to as gas-lighting. Emotional infiltration includes the befriending or consoling the attacked individual and conversely initiate emotional aggression through the use of language and implications.
Physical attacks against property include breeches of privacy and invasion of personal space, pseudo-random acts of violence and poisonings.
Why do they do it?
Mental states of organized stalkers ranges from sheer malice to personal gain. Quite often perpetrators are themselves victims of a perverted herding instinct, because it takes a free thinker to see past the socially permeating rationalizations that underlie the organized stalk. They are sometimes overly responsive to a perceived or real slight.
From a strictly logical standpoint, organized stalkers typically spend more resources than they profit from the stalk pointing to deep seeded unresolved emotional issues. Wealthy, attractive people with full, rich, satisfying lives do not have the time or desire to engage in the shadows necessary to execute an effective organized stalk.
Quite simply, the aim is to get away with harming target whether it is social, mental, or physical. The goal is usually financial ruin, induction of suicide, or institutionalization.
What can be done about it?
If the victim is unable to remove themselves from the situation (often a tactic of the organized stalk in order to make the victim feel helpless and trapped), one must mount a concerted offensive in the interests of self preservation Exposing perpetrators becomes critical as denial-ability of a harmful acts is the keystone of the organized stalk. With low cost technology, one may be able to corral some of the organized stalkers’ behavior or mount evidence for criminal proceedings.
When all else fails, fire with fire. When taking the fight to the enemy, do so with impunity. You cannot let notions of mercy and compassion confounds your imperative to be free from harassment. Allow them to feel confident and safe, and when they least expect it, hammer their vulnerabilities Then, when they are doubled over in pain, raze their strengths to the ground, but do it all so covertly as to never give them the option for legal retaliation. Once you, start do not stop until they are completely defeated, or you are simply inviting an endless cycle of retribution
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