How can so many people be involved?

Simple. There have been tax advantages to becoming an informant for a very long time. For example, in Germany, there is something colloquially called the ‘Spitzelsteuer’. This is a preferential tax rate of only 10% for anyone who works as an informant for the police or the intelligence agencies (see the famous German tax guide Konz – Das Arbeitsbuch zur Steuererklärung 2011/2012 by Franz Konz, p.60). This is in a country where the tax rate for anything above  EUR 10 000  is more than double this (23%) and goes up steadily to more than four times this (42%) at EUR 50 000. Incentives like that invariably recruit more and more people! This leads to a run-away process of relentless expansion. There are similar arrangements in other countries.

How can they be so deranged?

This is what others are said to have said about MI5/6:
[not all real quotes]

The scary truth is that at least 1% of the population are clinical psychopaths. These people have no empathy and are driven by an insatiable lust for power and control over others. Furthermore, 10-20% of the population are sadists or feel sexual arousal watching sadistic acts. The secret services attract these people like a magnet since under the cover of secrecy they can live out their predilections.

It is known that people who suffer from sexual sadism disorder are mostly male, similarly twice as many men are interested in BDSM than women. This explains why 70% of victims of secret service abuses are women.

The pyramidal hierarchy of these organisations as well as their strict compartmentalisation (need-to-know principle) result in sadistic psychopaths capturing sections and climbing to the top. At that point, the organisation falls into Deep Capture by these disturbed individuals.

This is a statistical process but entirely predetermined by the points above. Therefore, it is not a question of ‘if’ but rather ‘when’ this will be the case. Unless an organisation takes active steps to weed out psychopaths, which the intelligence agencies don’t (much the opposite actually), Deep Capture by psychos is the end result. This happens in every country. And eventually, these psychopathic systems collaborate and then merge. Thus, what victims describe is not in the least surprising to a systems analyst. It is what you should expect.

How can they pull it off?

Informant networks

As explained above, with time any informant will try to get his wife, parents, children and friends to become informants as well in order to save a killing in tax. In East Germany under the Stasi 1 in 6 people were informants. So, if victims tell you that someone snoops on them or starts playing theatre wherever they go, that’s how it’s done. Ok, and if you become an informant what then? Well, then you can be called upon to inform on people and perhaps also do the odd job here and there any time.

Irradiation through neighbours

If you’re an informant, you might be asked to place a tripod in your flat with a funny black thing on top that looks like a telescope. You are told that the people next door are “monitored” with this. Unbeknown to you, they are actually being irradiated with focussed microwaves that damage their inner organs and wreck their lives. It’s simply controlled remotely through a computer. Would you be clever enough to work out what that device actually does? Nor would other people.

How many such devices could you plant? Well, how many of your neighbours would love to make some money by simply putting a tripod with a funny telescope next to a window? Exactly. So, when you hear victims say “I am being shot at from 3-4 directions“, ask yourself if you could find 3-4 neighbours in your vicinity who would like to earn money.

Couldn’t you also plant some of these tripods in flats along junctions and main streets? Couldn’t you trigger them when one of the many identified victims in a city walks past? Sure thing. Could a targetting software identify a victim’s head from a distance (for example like the little squares on our digital cameras that identify heads even if the people stand 50m away)? Easy. Could you then perhaps also centrally collect the total dosage a victim receives throughout the days and weeks and feed it back into weapons research studying the effects of “non-lethal” weapons on humans? Yes, kaching!

Organised stalking

If you are free during the day because you are, say, a pensioner, university student, school student, unemployed or a mother with a young child, then you could also pop outside to track somebody for a few hundred meters or for 10-20min, couldn’t you? And if you were then also provided with a free mobile phone or even just an app that you can download on your phone through which your tracking task would be organised then it would be even easier.

All you would have to do is to pop outside briefly when you get a message on your app with an image of the person you are meant to be tracking and the direction in which they are heading (e.g. “woman in red jumper with white shopping bag walking down Stalking Street in the direction of Train Station, see photo attached”, a minute later: “walking past you now”). Then you could take over the tracking of that person and after a while pass it on to the next stalker etc. Of course you would get paid for this.

It would be even easier if the app had a little map with a flag icon (like Google Maps maybe?) for the person you are stalking and then you could just push the flag along the map as you are tracking outside and all other stalkers would know where to join in. Don’t worry, if you happen to lose that person, there would be at least 2-3 parallel stalking threads along side you, who are following the same person and pass it on to an independent set of gang stalkers.

Does that sound confusing? Don’t worry, the separate stalking groups can be colour coded so that you don’t get mixed up, e.g. Group 1 in beige or green tops, Group 2 in red or black tops etc. So that you can distinguish your team Beige-Green from the other team Red-Black.

As I said, it’s simples. For any further questions checkout the FAQ.