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The "Mind Control" Issue- Political Targeting STASI Style
by Scribd
Tuesday Aug 7th, 2012 12:58 PM
It appears thousands complain of electronic harassment and gangstalking. They are characterized as the "tin foil hat' crowd, kooks at the least. The evidence is that they are in reality political targets of the power structure and are victims of the loss of their Constitutional Rights. Guess what? It is illegal under California law.
There are several different groups utilizing harassment technologies, surveillance and stalking as political tools here in California.
Two of the players are of particular interest since they pay off each other for their mutual benefit. The first is government. There is no question based on my own interviews of government employees as well as statements from community members, that government and their "stooges" are directly involved in the illegal implanting, illegal surveillance and electronic harassment of political targets (this in violation of California Civil Code Section 52.7, which provides that "no person shall require, coerce, or compel any other individual to undergo the subcutaneous implanting of an identification device."). Even those not implanted after the passage of the law are being violated by California CIVIL CODE SECTION 1798.79-1798.795 where RFID is being used to violate privacy without a warrant.
The second player in this ‘mutual benefit society’ are hate-based groups who will target an entire family FOR LIFE. Their activities are defined by:
1) "The Ralph Act," Civil Code sections 51.7 and 52--provides that it is a civil right for a person to be free of violence or its threat against the person or his or her property, because of a person's race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, political affiliation, sex, sexual orientation, age or disability or position in a labor dispute, or because a person is perceived to have one or more of these characteristics--(bases of discrimination are illustrative, rather than restrictive) and
2) "The Bane Act," Civil Code section 52.1 --provides protection from interference by threats, intimidation, or coercion or for attempts to interfere with someone's state or federal statutory or constitutional rights (these include association, assembly, due process, education, employment, equal protection, expression, formation and enforcement of contracts, holding of public office, housing, privacy, speech, travel, use of public facilities, voting, worship, and protection from bodily restraint or harm, from personal insult, from defamation, and from injury to personal relations)
California law enforcement does not enforce these laws nor does the Federal Government. Why would the power structure enforce law violations that are politically based (power based). As this article from 2002 claims: coercive regimes can manipulate human beings

Published on Sunday, December 1, 2002 by the Los Angeles Times
'Nonlethal' Weapons Put Humanity at Risk
by Barbara Hatch Rosenberg and Mark L. Wheelis

The same technological revolution that is now accelerating the development of new medical products is also making it possible for coercive regimes to manipulate human beings by altering their psychological processes, controlling their behavior, interfering with reproduction or tampering with inheritance -- and even to do so without the knowledge of the victims.

The International Red Cross, not usually alarmist, has taken the unusual step of issuing an urgent appeal to prevent the use of this technology as a weapon through hostile manipulation of fundamental life processes.