This site culls together original information and information from numerous sources in an attempt to provide an unbiased view of organized stalking aka gang-stalking aka multistalking.
Targeted Individuals of Organized stalking can readily envision themselves as the person laying on the ground, being kicked and tormented by the laughing Nazis in the photo (left).
The Urban Dictionay defines Organized stalking as a system of organized psychological terror tactics used against a person who has become an enemy of an individual or a government. Subtle but effective techniques of stalking by multiple individuals and psychological intimidation and manipulation are used to slowly but surely drive the target to make complaints to authorities who will see the complaints as bogus because of the methods used against the target. As a result, the target gets labeled as mentally ill.
These types of tactics have been confirmed as having been used on dissidents in various countries around the world. In the past in the Soviet Union dissidents were often diagnosed as having “sluggishly progressing schizophrenia”. The diagnostic criteria for this illness were so vague that it could be applied to virtually any person not suffering from mental function impairment and having interests beyond survival needs.
In the past in the United States the FBI used many of the same techniques in it’s COINTELPRO program between 1956 and 1971.The FBI’s stated motivation at the time was “protecting national security, preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order.” Disrupting anarchy was high on the FBI’s agenda.
There are as many stalking tactics as there are targets as the multistalkers will tailor the stalking to the individuals habits and individual personality. Some common examples or organized stalking are: following the target on foot, by car and public transportation, crowding the target’s space in a public place, murmuring insults under the breath so only the target can hear, sitting in the car outside the target’s residence, starting “fights” in public with the target, doing “skits” on the street which involves information only the target should know but has been found out via surveillance of the target, stealing and vandalism of the target’s possessions.