Good Reads: Below, the classic story of how a race supremacist hate group known as the Anti Defamation League (ADL) spied on and sold out activists in the early 1990’s, setting the stage for today’s modern surveillance capitalism, and the modern western police state. In lawsuits, and other media narratives, we discovered that this organization spied on, stalked, and harassed over 12000 activists, then sold or leveraged their data to other spy agencies and police around the world. This was then a relatively small operation which pales in comparison to the surveillance state that we see today–and that this spy operation was merely the precursor of what these same bad actors had planned, and was soon to come post 911, as a total surveillance state was birthed upon previously democratic societies.
While many gang stalking targets flail to identify who their stalkers are, and cast blame at any of the many alphabet agencies (FBI/DEA/DHS/CIA/DIA/DOD/AFOSI/NCIS etc.), in a process of “Type 1 and 2 errors of reference,” some sketchy psychologists* and especially those who claim to be “authorities” in this area, use these simple “naming errors” as proof of “delusions in gang stalking.” But in fact, while counterintelligence stalking, police gang stalking, and community policing all fall under a spy agency created rubrik of “investigation,” know as intelligence led policing, its really just spying by another name.
And yes, it is agency affiliated most of the time, and because of the “hide the ball” nature of domestic spying, there are many non-governmental organizations that routinely spy on and harass targets too. Of these many other scumbag organizations that practice gang stalking, the Anti Defamation League and its hydra of related organizations (like the pure scumbag conceived and typical cowardly online smear site Canary Mission) –are noted by many Jews as a race supremacist group similar to the Ku Klux Klan but with different religion.
Mark Ames is one of many Jews who were spied on by these people, and I direct my reader to enjoy this piece of work, one of the better pieces about the ADL Spying Scandal out there that hasn’t been web-scrubbed or de-platformed yet at the request of these notorious cyber-stalkers. It was published in the now defunct Pacific Standard, now owned by Grist media.
I myself encountered their easy to recognize version** of stalking and attempts to recruit me to their form of hate many years ago, and will write more about that at a later date, but for now, I direct the readers to watch every case in the news where some seemingly random stranger perpetrates a mass shooting, and then, the ADL tries to run CYA in the media afterwards, because these cases are very likely precipitated by ADL harassment.
Is there a case in the news that claims a random shooter, or “radical Muslim,” or a butter knife wielding car crasher, or “incel” hates the Jews? Start here below to meet a hate that’s even older than that, because its very likely that those guys were stalked by these guys, long before they went crazy with a butter knife at an intersection:
The Kings of Garbage, or, The ADL Spied on Me and All I Got Was This Lousy Index Card
In 1993 the Anti-Defamation League was accused of espionage, illegal surveillance, theft, and the treasonous sale of classified information to a foreign government. I was one of their victims.Mark AmesUpdated:May 3, 2017Original:Mar 10, 2014
Last year marked the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Anti-Defamation League and the B’nai B’rith. The theme of the celebration was “Imagine a World Without Hate.”
A Creative Definition of Anti-Semitism
2013 also marked the 20th anniversary of another key episode in ADL history, but it’s not the sort of milestone National Director Abe Foxman will want you to remember. In 1993 it was alleged that the League had been involved in a grotesque rap sheet of covert activities, including espionage, illegal surveillance, theft, and the treasonous sale of classified information to a foreign government. It’s a hell of a tale, and not just for its cartoonish cast of characters: a corrupt police officer, a bungling “fact finder,” and a McCarthyite from Indianapolis.
I have no choice but to remember the story. In 1993 I received a letter in the mail. It informed me that I was the victim of an illegal spy ring involving members of the ADL and a San Francisco Police Department intelligence detective called Tom Gerard. The letter came with an index card that included my full name, driver’s license, the license-plate number on my shitty old Subaru hatchback, and the Mission District addresses of my apartment and the leftie bookstore where I worked, near Guerrero and 20th Street. My file had been marked “Pinko,” one of five categories that the ADL spymaster used to flag the group’s targets….
The ADL spy ring also helped trigger the 1987 arrests of eight Los Angeles Muslims—seven Palestinian men and one Kenyan woman—who were falsely accused of supporting terrorism and ordered expelled from the United States. SWAT teams broke into the defendants’ homes, detained them without charge or trial, and subjected the group, known as the “Los Angeles Eight,” to an ordeal that only ended in 2007, when a Los Angeles judge finally dismissed all charges and denounced the case as “a festering wound on the body of respondents and an embarrassment to the rule of law.”
When the Los Angeles Eight were first arrested in 1987, the ADL proudly boasted to reporters of its role in passing intelligence on the group to the authorities. Later, when the case was widely seen as a travesty of justice, the ADL backtracked and claimed they had nothing to do with it.
*the most commonly cited sketchy psychologists who have gone on record claiming that gang stalking complainants are “delusional” are nearly all pro-police, pro-prosecution, and anti-democratic These range from forensic psychologists to cold case investigators, and others employed in the carceral systems of various nations. Here below is a short list of those who are “gang stalking denialists”:
–Dr. Lorraine Sheridan notoriously went on record in the New York Times touting her internet famous online poll where she interviewed “the anonymous internet” for data about organized gang stalking, and denying that gang stalking is a social phenomenon, She attempted to discredit those who complain of OGS by stating that “they are likely delusional.” Quite ironically, the same NYT is on record documenting actual complaints of “microwave/noise/health attacks” on US diplomats. Sheridan’s work is not to be taken seriously by any researcher.
-Dr. David V. James of the North London Forensic Service is co-author to the Sheridan internet poll, and one of a long line of political psychologists whose work is used to prop up the police and surveillance state, notoriously a DVIC darling, authoring study after study about stalking. Here he is propping up the complaints of politicians.
–Christine Sarteschi is an associate professor of social work and criminology who has a book to sell, she’s a pro-police voice, and gang stalking denialist. She leans right, and is in every way affiliated with actual “gang stalkers” of the type discussed in the Fort Worth Weekly piece called “Gangstalkers.” She is also affiliated with the women’s networks of “domestic violence and family court related gang stalkers,” and is on record with the Canadian Broadcast System(CBC) in a series of disinformation pieces about gang stalking.
Most despicably, she calls gang stalking a “belief system,” as if its some form of religion. Then, note her language here “Their perpetrators are typically perceived to be powerful government or law enforcement officials, who are seeking to destroy the life of the TI , ” and compare that to this recent gang stalking lawsuit filed by the Institute for Justice against the Pasco County Sheriffs office where ACTUAL police and government officials were indeed seeking to destroy the lives of many people, using the bullshit junk science of “predictive policing” and whose victims are indeed discussed as “targeted persons”. Nice how these social workers provide cover for dirty policing, huh?