Journalists are changing the narrative: Targeting Targeted Individuals, by Teri Webster

Journalist Teri Webster, a freelancer who writes extensively in Texas news publications, is changing the narrative of organized gang stalking.

You can read her analysis Targeting Targeted Individuals, where we see good coverage of several of the crackpots and the villains in the dialectic specifically Targeted Justice, a christian intelligence cult that routinely shoots itself in the foot (specifically, here is their response to her article, where they further shoot off their toes on this topic), and many of the tropes of organized gangs of stalkers like “sex offender!” as well as her well sourced account of psychologist Michael Nuccitelli, who was targeted by a group of online harassers who tried to destroy his reputation online(they failed).

Here is my letter to Ms. Webster:

Dear Ms. Webster:


I was once an aspiring journalist, and I published what was likely the nations first article on “manufactured terrorism,” long before noted and award winning journalists like Matt Agorist, or Trevor Aaronson, or others picked that beat.


That article was published in the City College News in 2003, just after the alleged terrorist was arrested after offering himself to the FBI as an informant. My article was not flattering to that agency, its known COINTELPRO, or the emerging evidence that their “terrorist” was “manufactured; or friendly to the full blown and literal police state that was being birthed upon us just afterwards.


Shortly thereafter, I was gang stalked in force, and it did not let up until I left America, and allied myself with foreign persons who could help me “watch the watchers,” whereupon the gang stalking stopped, just like turning off a water faucet.
The only “electronic weapons” that I observed, and documented with evidence during that entire time were wiretaps of various kinds (verified with excellent freeware programs like Wireshark, and other tools that “read” our computers “minds”), obvious surveillance which I sometimes photographed, computer implants–yes, computer code embedded in the Intel and other processor chips of our computers.


I photographed some of the people who followed me around, those people who were photographing me. And, I kept still photos from my security cameras as “mystery people” destroyed them outside my residence, on many occasions. I photgraphed them with hidden cameras as they entered my house during a “black bag job.”


And, I sued a specific security company that had harassed me, and put them out of business too, which enabled several other lawsuits against that company, many of which were covered in the news.


When I read your article on gang stalking, I noted that you said “To borrow a line from The X-Files, let’s just say, “I want to believe,”. My goal is not to convince you, but rather, to “believe” that you actually want to believe. I sensed that in your writing.


SO, Ms. Webster if in fact you want to believe, I suggest that you avoid all of the NSA/CIA/etAlphabet agents, retired spooks, and current and former cops who proliferate in the online dialogues and pollute the internet with their crackpot claims, and ask actual targets of the modern and quite bizarre surveillance about their experiences. You will find those targets everywhere in the activist/dissident/Muslim/LGBT/right-left extremist/and whistle blower communities.


You will find that very few if any of us report bizarre experiences, mystery voices, or lizard people, while ALL of us report surveillance abuse, and bizarre harassment of varying degrees by nameable, traceable agents and agencies. In my own case, every person that I traced using simple SOCMINT and other investigative tools-the same tools that any journalist uses every day.


I have read through your various bio’s before I wrote to you, and also note that your journalism falls into the easy-peezy sort of “public interest” categories which are generally quite flattering to civic arena, and I wish that you take note that your reportage on this topic has performed a sort of disservice to real victims, while upholding a partisan narrative that masks bad behavior by these exact civic structural powers.


If you are interested in separating the wheat from the chaff, I suggest you start at “the strange and hard to grasp truth really is in front of your face, not in some distant galaxy far far away, with aliens, brain zappers, and lots of chat endlessly daring you to prove the negative.”


Best Regards-ROGS

www.gangstalkingresearch.wordpress.com

www.researchorganizedgangstalking.org

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