Humor me, folks. Do me a big, fat favor. Watch this short video and tell me what you think is going on in it.
Why? Well, Richard (and a lot of other people) suspect that "gangstalking" has become a problem in the world today. Not your run-of-the-mill stalking by cultists or psychotic neighbors or romantically/fanatically obsessed people, but by "gangs of unemployed terrorists" who apparently select targets at random and try to drive them nuts. This may be a government operation, according to some of the victims.
My grandmother has been gangstalked for over 30 years by FBI agents, firemen, neighbors she doesn't know, and Sam Donaldson.
That's because she's a paranoid schizophrenic.
My thoughts on this video: If you sit in your car in broad daylight filming every pedestrian, cyclist, and motorist who passes by....
A. People will watch you closely, wondering what's up, wondering why they're being filmed by a total stranger in a parked car. (I know this woman thinks she can't be seen, but I'm sure she can.)
B. If you observe the traffic patterns in your neighborhood closely, you will notice a lot of "strange" activity (people circling the block because they're lost, children wandering aimlessly, etc.). For instance, I've noticed that in my neighborhood, the same homeless people show up day after day. I suspect that a few of them are not actually homeless, yet they associate with the obviously homeless people in a conspiratorial manner (talking quietly, standing in groups) and take an undue interest in the financial situations of certain people ("Got any change?"). Perhaps they're gangstalking? Heck, maybe they're dropped off by the CIA every morning and picked up again in the evening!
Terroristic stalking, even gangstalking, does occur and it is a serious crime. But for our own good, let's make an effort to distinguish between real stalking and unchecked paranoia.
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