The Lithuanian ‘slaves’ highlight the holes in Britain’s anti-trafficking strategy | Aidan McQuade
As Jay hauled her luggage up the path a small figure darted out of nowhere, grabbed the luggage from her and darted ahead.
“Hi. I’m Lin” she called over her shoulder. “you must be the new tenant”.
“I hope so saying you now have my luggage”.
Lin giggled, then pushed the front door open with her foot. “You are on the first floor, overlooking the garden. Can I help you carry that upstairs?”
Together the two girls walked up the stairs balancing the luggage between them. The room was indeed small, like a student’s study bedroom, just a single bed, storage and desk. But the view made up for it. A large garden enclosed by mature trees and a tennis/volleyball court. Lin put her end of the luggage down and bounced on the bed. Jay looked at her curiously. The landlords hadn’t mentioned that they had a daughter. Lin looked…
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Assisting national security, con tricks, Cults, domestic abuse, espionage, gagging, gang stalking, indoctrination, intimidation, protection rackets, slavery, targeted individuals, trafficking, vigilante stalking
What do the following have in common? Domestic abuse, trafficking, cults, confidence tricks, protection rackets, espionage recruitment, political indoctrination, gang stalking.
Control of the target/victim, and their total exploitation.
All the above are variations on the same theme – and that theme is slavery.
Not surprisingly, all the above use similar methods to obtain their objective.
1. Selection of the victim/target.
2. Isolation of the target. (As in nature, the predator separates their target from the protection of the group. It is easier to attack individuals on their own).
3. Silencing/gagging the target with threats of what will happen if they speak out.
4. Weakening target. By accumulating attrition over time or a severe traumatic attack/incident.
5. Deception of the target. The manipulation is more effective if the real agenda is concealed. So the target thinks one thing is happening when in fact something else is happening.
6. Control and indoctrination. The duped recruit must be mind-befuddled so that they embrace the false reality that has been inflicted on them, so disabling effective escape. In a sense the captive becomes in part their own captor.
7. Exploitation. Taking control of all the victims assets. Then working the victim to obtain more assets which will be handed over to their controller and/or being sent out to bring in more recruits.
8. When the victim has been sucked dry, discarding them. This can be problematic as by the time the victim has been completely fleeced and thoroughly abused they might finally admit to themselves what has happened and wish to retaliate. They might be overworked until they become ill. Subjected to such psychological mistreatment/games that they become insane (and so discrediting everything they say. Shayler?) They may be kept silent by threats to their family, threat of destitution/homelessness, a prison sentence based either on crimes they had been induced to commit or fabricated evidence, or incarceration in a mental institution. Failing that an accident can always be arranged, a fatal criminal attack or death by “natural causes”.
There is nothing new under the sun. Exploiters, like every other merchandisers, must repackage their procedures/con game so that the sheeple will fall for it.
Note. In the gang stalking scenario, it is the gang stalking recruits who are the targets. The Targeted Individuals are just the bait.
A Hard Person to Exploit
I discovered the term “gang stalking” last year and realised it provided a single explanation for obstructive events in my life from when I was first harassed at Ulster University (Coleraine campus) in the 1970s.
With a 35 year overview I first noticed an outstanding pattern – that people associated with me had suffered great financial losses ranging from losing their life savings to losing their houses (landlords) or businesses.
To me this provided a satisfactory explanation for the “why” of gang stalking – it is a criminal racket.
But some information on gang stalking sites continued to niggle and intrigue. That it is estimated that 70 percent of gang stalking targets are women. And it seems a particular type of woman is selected. Many, like myself, who went to University with the intention of following a career. Feminists, lesbians and women who support women self-help charities such as Women’s Aid. The main male category appears to be gay men.And then I realised there were other peculiarities in my experience which might also be connected to gang stalking, which otherwise made no sense.
My gang stalking at University appeared to begin with a policeman – surprisingly an English one, given that this was Northern Ireland and to my knowledge not many English people worked for the Royal Ulster Constabulary – especially while the troubles were going on. To have an English accent in that context at that time had a high risk factor attached to it, never mind being in uniform. The locals were, let’s say a bit hyper-sensitive to English accents and a number of innocent people died being mistaken for British agents.
He manipulated an acquaintanceship and his subsequent behaviour was odd. He had an inordinate interest in my sex life. More than I had as I am asexual, although it took me a lifetime to find out. He asked questions like did I dress up. And provided me with a huge, unwanted pile of pornographic magazines, about two feet high, which I glanced at, decided was boring and finally gave to a friend who was interested. In retrospect I deduce I was probably being subjected to a hidden camera in my home and I wasn’t providing interesting material for their conscripted porn racket.
The years after I left University were strange for the pattern of meeting a series of strikingly beautiful women. I have a quirk in that I don’t like beauty. I view it as a handicap, especially in women and I don’t want to be in the vicinity of it due to the unwanted attention from undesirables it attracts. Fortunately I am plain, and have never wanted to be anything else. But I will put up with a woman who is beautiful if she is intelligent. But it irked me. Now I wonder if these beautiful women were being pushed in my direction in the hope I would enter into a relationship – and so provide some exotic footage. (I wasn’t interested).
Alongside this I realise there were also attempts to trick me into getting pregnant with men of higher social class. In view of my reputation being trashed through the gang stalking formula, if I ever had got pregnant, the child would certainly been taken from me on the basis I was an unsuitable parent (the lies that I was a drug dealer, criminal, crazy, paedophile etc).Babies were still being taken from single mothers in the 1970s. Fortunately contraception had become available, so on the two occasions I was tricked into sex there was no result. A friend was coerced into giving up her first child, when she had a fit. Instead of waking up in hospital she found herself in a mental institution where the social workers gave her a choice. Surrender her baby for adoption, or remain.
But in my experience it wasn’t only working class women who were being manipulated for sexual or reproductive purposes. I also knew an upper middle class lady who had wanted nothing more than to marry and have children. Coincidentally, in two separate events separated in place and time both her intended died, and she witnessed their deaths. She ended up with a courtesan-like lifestyle. Not what she wanted.
As a working class white woman, growing up in the 1950s/1960s, before contraception, I knew the likely result of an unintended pregnancy would be I would be forced to surrender the child for adoption. However it was white children that were wanted, not mixed race.
On that basis my first boyfriend was not white. I really thought we were going to marry. But I suspect that relationship was deliberately sabotaged. Firstly he was swindled out of his life’s savings (£40k a substantial amount in those days) and I believe he was told lies about me to ensure the relationship would founder – which it did.
The sexual/reproductive debacle finished when I met my late husband in my forties. At that stage and age, neither of us would be attractive film stars so that area of meddling in our lives discontinued.
For brevity’s sake I have omitted a lot more anecdotal material which I could have included. But I think the pattern I have discerned is plausible. I have been gang stalked for more than 35 years. The process appears to have started with corrupt police who had no reason to take an interest in me for the justifiable reasons of being criminal or a public danger. The policeman attempted to encourage, increase and extend my sexual behaviour, which implies a motive for doing so, the likely one being surveillance footage of me was being marketed as porn and I wasn’t providing interesting material. There were also attempts to manipulate me into becoming pregnant in circumstances where it is improbable that I would have been allowed to keep the baby. And possible sabotage of a relationship which might have ended in marriage to a non- white where it would have been harder to take any resulting child and they would not have wanted a mixed blood anyway.
In other words, there was an attempt to farm me for sexual and reproductive purposes. As in human trafficking, sexual slavery, pimping and so forth. Even when it seemed the gang stalkers were making no money out of me they were likely selling surveillance footage – while pretending to their duped recruits that the monitoring was for crime prevention purposes.
If I am right this would explain why the majority of Targeted Individuals are women, and also gay men.
Rachel Weisz is brilliant as Kathryn, a US cop whose dedication and commitment to her job results in her losing custody of her daughter. She is offered a high paying 6 month post working for the UN in Bosnia which changes the course of her life. She is the only woman on the force working amongst hard-nosed men who have little regard for women. Her excellent work protecting the rights of Muslim women is noticed by Madeline, played by Vanessa Redgrave, who offers Kathryn a promotion to Head of Department.
Kathryn’s bull-headed determination to investigate, what appears to be, discrepancies with how cases are handled begins to create tension with her colleagues. It isn’t long before things begin to unravel when Kathryn discovers that the girls from a local bar are part of a human trafficking business. The girls, held against their will are brutally beaten, drugged and tortured. What…
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