It seems that the Stasi and the programs of Gang Stalking have much in common. Below, I have listed some of which has made up the Stasi program from the past. It was amazing to find that the Stasi’s agenda from past history has been mirrored in the lives of today’s Targeted Individuals who suffer the terroristic threat of gang stalking. Is it really a coincidence that they both seem as if they are one and the same?
Note: *Anything read below in regards to the Stasi is an almost exact epitomy of the Gang Stalking program of today.
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stasi for more detailed information on the programs of the Stasi.
The Stasi, as follows:
1. Spied on the population,
mainly through a vast
network of citizens
2. Used overt and covert methods of attack
3. Used psychological warfare/psychological destruction of their dissidents
5. Surveillance of mail and telephone communications
6. Analyzed garbage
8. Used armed forces
9. Operated in all foreign countries
10.Surveillance of foreigners
11.Coordinated its work with Soviet Intelligence Agencies
12.The Stasi trained and/or helped build secret police for others including Ethiopia, Cuba, Egypt, People’s Republic of Angola, the People’s Republic of Mozambique, and the People’s Republic of Yemen (South Yemen), Syria, etc.
13.Operated its own penal system which comprised of prison camps for political, as opposed to, criminal offenders
14.Less mentally and academically-endowed candidates were made ordinary soldiers/agents
15.Infiltration of the residential areas, schools, universities, and hospitals of their victims. Reporting of victim visitations, including all family and friends.
16.Privacy Invasion-Drilled holes in apartments and hotel rooms and filmed citizens with special video cameras
17.Formal categorizations of victims
18.Informants were made to feel important, given material or social incentives, and were imbued with a sense of adventure, and only around 7.7%, according to official figures, were coerced into cooperating. They frequently employed the use of blackmail. In some cases, spouses spied on one another.
19.Gas lighting/Psychological Harassment/Zersetzung
*Zersetzung generally involved the disruption of the victim’s private or family life. This often included psychological attacks such as breaking into homes and messing with the contents – moving furniture, altering the timing of an alarm, removing pictures from walls or replacing one variety of tea with another. Other practices included property damage, sabotage of cars, purposely incorrect medical treatment, smear campaigns including sending falsified compromising photos or documents to the victim’s family, denunciation, provocation, psychological warfare, psychological subversion, wiretapping, bugging, mysterious phone calls or unnecessary deliveries, even including sending a vibrator to a target’s wife.
20.Arrest and Torture
22.They operated brothels. Also, agents were used against both men and women working in Western governments. “Entrapment” was used against married men and homosexuals.
23.Sent sleeper agents to other countries (namely the West)
24.The Stasi channeled large amounts of money to Neo-Nazi groups in West, with the purpose of discrediting the West.
25.Used armed weapons
26.Assassinated using death squads, kidnapped, poisoned victims, etc.
27.Assisted in the cover-up of traces to a crime