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Gang Stalking: Another Form of Street Harassment and It’s More Prevalent Than You Think (UPDATED)

This entry was originally posted in January 2018.  I updated one portion of this post which is highlighted in red below:

My Thoughts on Gang Stalking:  It’s More Prevalent Than You Think

When one thinks of street harassment, it usually conjures images of ‘slick-talking’ black (and West African) males with ‘no game’ who are wickedly desperate and therefore force themselves on strangers; or black male sexual predators who believe they can have easy access to vulnerable members of the general population:  women and children.

However, there is another type of street harassment that goes beyond the normal sexual deviancy of street harassers–gang stalking.

From what I understand and have experienced, it is a system of people (in my case black “Christians” who work in conjunction with the approving cooperation of low-level whites who are just like them) who seek to intimidate, stalk and eventually dismantle the sanity a particular person.  Persons (male and female) who engage in this conduct are total strangers who harbor ill-will towards humanity, but these people have information about this person that under normal circumstances they should not have; i.e., they are not a friend, employer, family member nor someone that I had transacted any business with.

Targets of gang stalking have spoken out tremendously about their experiences have noted that it includes gaslighting wherein the groups of individuals—who mind you do not appear in groups when they target the person engage in a series of activities intended to cause psychological harm and intimidation.  Other than sadistic pleasure they receive from harming a stranger, they seek to destroy the person based on what that person has that they don’t. Yes, it is primarily based on envy, but there is something more sinister in play:  their goal is to undermine the mind, achievement and talent of their target because quite frankly they do not possess those characteristics nor the wherewithal to achieve them.  I find this acute among black Americans and West Africans.  When they cause harm to their target(s) they will literally laugh and mock them in broad public, give threatening looks, pretend to ‘bump’ into their target to gauge their response to external, negative stimuli (which includes strangers for NO reason walking too close behind you and very audibly “sucking” their teeth or loudly “hemming in hawing” as a means to announce their existence in your presence and hopefully intimidate and/or aggravate you; or pretend to know the stranger in order to legitimize the lack of morals, intelligence and success they have in their own lives.  You will also find that they will provide the same excuse to justify their deviant behavior in both street harassment and gangstalking such as “she crazy” or the variant “I told ya’ll she crazy”, “I ain’t thinkin’ ’bout that b***** ” or “pssstsh you ain’t all that” and “so the f*** what.”  Look at this video especially starting at 29:38:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jJebz5dsA8.  This is their entire point of harassment and gand stalking towards targeted individuals.  This is often accompanied by an insidious smirk or hysterical laughter which to an ordinary, reasonable onlooker appears to be what it is–out of context of normal social situations and “off.”

Others have indicated far more nefarious motives behind this type of criminality. They indicate that targets are often political dissidents, highly intelligent or are considered non-conformists.  One thing I have noticed with black “Christians” who perpetrate these crimes is that they often sit in their cars or on the side of buildings staring at their target and are always transmitting their observations via their mobile phones to other members of their gang stalking ‘group.’  They are dangerous and evil and agents of Satanic worship; this despite many of them who profess their “love” for Jesus Christ. Many people have awaken to the understanding that the person referred to as demonic will not take offense; those individuals will even laugh at the reference because they know it is accurate. It must be noted that these individuals are usually the purveyors of slander and are reminiscent of their historical black “Christian” predecessors who did the same to much more prominent blacks; just for money, approval by powerful individuals and to satiate the gaping dissatisfaction that fill their lives due to their own personal failings and lack of success. Thus, we can see that gang stalker also perform these acts on the job with the primary desire to rid an individual whom they believe is a potential threat to their own position, status or simply self-worth.  This should be considered a health crisis, but that would require Americans to actually admit the United States is filled with so many narcissistic dangerous individuals that it is better to keep the general populace under the grips of these dangerous persons.

Stalking is, just as harassment, illegal, but it remains a constant reality in American daily life.  It is better that these criminals are exposed rather than such maladaptation of human behavior becomes an ever-growing portion of the normalization of social dysfunction that plagues this country.

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Huffington Post article: When Black Women Die From Street Harassment

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/6014092
WHEN BLACK WOMEN DIE FROM STREET HARASSMENT
Who cries when black women die?
October 20, 2014

I’m not asking that as some type of rhetorical, poetic question, meant to move you toward ferocious finger snaps. I want to know. Who cries when black women die?

Further, who cries when black women are killed?

Mary Spears was killed. The man who killed her did so because she refused to give him her phone number. She told him “I have a man I can’t talk to you,” and yet he persisted. Rather than respect her wishes to be left alone, he shot her.

Who cries when black women die from street harassment? 

I really do need an answer. Because Mary Spears’s right to move about freely in the world was denied to her, her life taken from her, and there are no marches. No one has broken out the bullhorns or their comfortable sneakers. There are no widespread calls to protect the autonomy of black women and their bodies. The community leaders haven’t deemed this unacceptable and a fate no one should ever face simply because they reject a man’s advances.

No, when black women die from that toxic mix of violent misogyny, male entitlement, and hypermasculine posturing, there is no movement to be born. There are condolences to be offered and “unfortunate”s to be uttered, but no tears to be cried. There is no anger that propels action.

You’ve read this piece before. You’ve read it a dozen times over. I’ve written it before. I could have written it a dozen times over. It’s the piece where someone complains about how little outrage there is surrounding something which deeply affects them, and then the reader is left to wonder, “Well, if it means that much to you, what are YOU doing about it?” You may have written that piece before. And we keep writing them because I don’t think any of us are quite sure what to do.

Where black women are concerned, we aren’t just talking about mounting the evils of misogyny, or even racism. We compete with the sacrifices black women make for their community.

I understand that there’s an impulse to not make black men the faces of street harassment, given all of the ideas that already exist around black male hypersexuality, as well as the disproportionate amount of police violence that black men face as the result of the constant criminalization of behaviors associated with black men. But black women have been allowed to suffer too much for the protection of black men. They have paid with their lives.

And here I am, writing another blog post wondering why no one seems to care.

Street harassment is vile. It makes women feel unsafe in public. But when black women die because we have failed to teach boys and men to keep their thoughts and hands to themselves, that they are not entitled to the sexual attention of any and every woman, or that their attempts at proving their masculinity through verbal and physical assaults on women are failures, the concern fades before it has a chance to actually surface. Black women are expected to keep sacrificing.

Who cries when black women die? Nobody. No damn body.

Mychal Denzel Smith is a Knobler Fellow at The Nation Institute.