Gang Stalking and America’s Police State GovernmentSubmitted by GBAmerica on Wed, 10/23/2013 - 12:33
Gang Stalking and America’s Police State Government
Everyone has either personally experienced – or witnessed someone else experience – a dog straining against its leash to the point where the dog is essentially taking its owner for a walk, rather than the other way around.
Currently, America is the dog owner, and the dog taking us for a walk is the government-industrial complex of intelligence agencies (the CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, etc.), law enforcement agencies (the FBI, DEA, etc.), the Pentagon, and the corporate partners of those entities – the defense and security contractors such as Lockheed-Martin, Pinkerton Security (now Securitas), and Blackwater (now “Puppies and Rainbows, Inc.” or whatever they’re calling themselves these days).
The dog is leading the way and dictating the pace. People familiar with gang stalking (or for that matter drone assassinations) might say that the dog has slipped its leash altogether. Or to use the taxonomy of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, the pigs and the dogs have formed a profitable unholy alliance – which is now almost impossible to rein in, because at the top, things are done in secret (for “national security” reasons) and because all the jurisdictional and public-private boundaries have been erased. More than half of the employees of the NSA – one of sixteen intelligence agencies, and one which is even larger than the CIA – are private contractors.