Social conditions, Erich Fromm said, are creating character traits in people that predispose them to aggression. For a fuller understanding of the social conditions and character traits that lead to aggression you can read what I wrote on the group mind. A phenomena that is fast spreading across the United States and many other countries in the world is organized gang stalking. At some time in the future I may write an article on the Carl Jung’s concept of the “shadow” and the intersubjectivist perspective which I discuss in Chapter 10 of my book, The Search for Being, entitled “Mind Emeshed in An Intersubjectivist Context” which I believe along with an understanding of the defense mechanism discussed in psychoanalysis called projective identification can help us understand what organized gang stalking is all about. I have given some thought to this because for the last sixteen years I have been an organized gang stalking target.
Since those who perpetrate organized gang stalking try to keep their activity a secret, one of the best defenses against it is to make it public. That is my strategy in dealing with it. When I first became a target of organized gang stalking I didn’t know what it was. I looked on the internet for a bullying support group. That started my education on the phenomena of organized gang stalking. As my education progressed I wrote different articles. My writings on Government Gang Stalking represent the evolution of my knowledge of the phenomena I was confronting.
Why was I targeted? Why is anybody targeted? I think the answer to those two questions are the same. We teach our children the 3 r’s in school. We barely teach them at all about social relationships or conflict mediation skills although we are social beings as well as intellectual beings and an education that merely focuses on the intellectual is bound to foster problems in the society. So we have things like organized gang stalking – for a multitude of reasons, because people feel impotent, because they don’t develop their gifts and get a feeling of strength and being able to have an effect from the development of their potentialities, because people use the resources they have to solve problems and if you don’t teach them conflict mediation skills they will use what they know, what they see works, because they don’t understand their own minds.
I have observed that many of my gang stalkers, in particular, the leaders, have personalities that are the mirror opposite of mine. Whereas, I am an animal rights person – they are hunters. Whereas, I am an introvert – they are extraverts. Whereas, I am an intuitive, in the language of the study of personality type, they are sensing types. My greatest interest is in the inner world of thoughts and ideas. Their greatest interest is in the outer world of people and things. I prefer a quiet contemplative life. They are the life of the party, party people who thrive on thrills and excitement in the outer world. What they have undeveloped most in their personalities – I have most developed in mine. What I have most undeveloped in my personality – they have most developed in theirs. Our values are different. We focus our attention on different things. Our psychologies are different. Combine this with a lack of conflict mediation skills, with people who typically work as a group (in their case), with a tendency on their part to reify their own values and to divide the world into black and white, good and evil and you have the soil prepared for organized gang stalking.
Our leaders have thought you can keep U.S. Government Gang Stalking secret - because, after all, it only affects the little people, nobody important. What they didn't count on - that getting away with this - leaders in our Corrupt Intelligent Agencies - like James Comey - would take it further. If you can do it to the little people - why not a President of the United States - to influence an election - to keep the Globalist Elite who run the world from an uppity American President who believes in America First, who came into office criticizing our intelligence agencies.
Senator Lee: If the FBI can unfairly target a presidential campaign, imagine what it can do to regular Americans. Senator Durbin: To Attorney General under Bush, Michael Mukasey - the authority you enabled could result in the FBI conducting a "long-term physical surveillance of an innocent American citizen".