|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-01-12 |
Does China have crazies like this? Given that our schizophrenics believing they're "TI's" see patterns in everything other people wear/drive/do, I figure places with much higher population density would have more people who start seeing patterns in everything around them.
Paranoid delusions are pretty much ubiquitous. I doubt the surrounding population has much of an effect on triggering the problem, but it may very well excarbate it.
That and the fact that China is about on parity with the U.S. as far as spying on it's own citizens goes.
|The Mothership - 2014-01-12 |
|Oscar Wildcat - 2014-01-12 |
Long have I waited for this moment.
|Cockmaster Flash - 2014-01-12 |
|oddeye - 2014-01-12 |
Is this real? The honey badger t-shirt is giving me mad fake vibes.
Legit, as far as I can tell. This is the same woman who was yelling at a firetruck passing by in a video I submitted here several months ago.
She has also recently been telling her neighbors that she thinks she is being targeted by people wearing red or driving red cars, and then laments that some of her neighbors she has already talked to still choose to wear red. (I suppose that, if you live in her neighborhood, or anywhere she chooses to drive to, you're simply not allowed to wear red in her presence, lest you be thought of as a gangstalking perp.)
This is her neighborhood, and I'm sure these people see her all the time and know what's up with her. They are messing with her, so I suppose you could call that fake. It's not the one true cross of gangstalkee on gangstalkee violence, but close enough for my stars.
I don't think he's intentionally messing with her, though. He's standing well back on his driveway (or his friend's driveway, I really wouldn't know), and only walks into the street after he sees the woman filming him from her car (and it seems pretty clear that he's noticed the same woman filming him several times before).
I think he legitimately believes he is being stalked by this woman and is annoyed and wants it to stop. And I bet the next time it happens, he calls 911 if he hasn't already.
Like a lot of these people, I think she has a smidgen of brain that knows she's nuts. She says she never explicitly calls anyone a gangstalker (except for perhaps the police, but hey, it's the police) and just puts the footage up for others to see if they can detect the same patterns she does.
It's one big banner reading, "I'm not crazy, am I?"
She's built up a lot of delusion around herself, but she's also got this escape hatch in case she ever comes around to some normal level of chemical balance in her cranium. She still needs help, though.
|craptacular - 2014-01-12 |
obama is to blame obviously
|namtar - 2014-01-12 |
Gangstalker targets and republicans are similar in that they both claim victimhood while victimizing others.
|sasazuka - 2014-01-12 |
I've seen thousands of gangstalking videos and I've seen dozens, if not hundreds, of gangstalking videos with confrontations with people who don't appreciate being filmed. As far as I can remember, this is the very first video I've seen where the person who objects to being filmed actually calls out the gangstalking video-maker for "stalking".
It's also absolutely perfect that the guy happens to be a bit of a drama queen himself. Drama queen vs. drama queen. "Stopping my car is kidnapping!" vs. "Ow! My hand! You hurt my hand! That's assault!"
Does this lady think she's being harassed with secret pain rays or anything? I haven't watched too many of her videos, though I did stumble across her the other night.
Actually, I don't think she's ever complained about being targeted by microwave/satellite/ELF weaponry. There's another woman in New York City with a very similar voice who you might be confusing her with. ("Brightens")
No, I've just started to pay attention to whether or not specific exhibits complain about that kind of electro-harassment. It's one of those distinctions that's easy to miss in a group of such intensely ill people but it really sticks out to me lately.
"I've seen thousands of gangstalking videos" oh my god dude stop.
|exy - 2014-01-12 |
And that pretty well ties up the whole "question" of gangstalking.
|pastorofmuppets - 2014-01-12 |
This guy is asshole enough to make me feel bad for a gangstalking "victim." Good job, asshole guy.
|Accidie - 2014-01-12 |
|memedumpster - 2014-01-12 |
It was inevitable that a schizophrenic would aim a crazy cam at a Scientologist.
|TheOtherCapnS - 2014-01-12 |
Wait. Wait. Wait. What the fuck is the groaning noise? What the fuck is that? Does she have someone gagged in her car? Or maybe she's got a guy in a sack like in Audition? Fucking freaky.
Eh, she has a developmentally disabled brother with a mental age of 2.
It's EVP from the last 'stalker' who got too close.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2014-01-12 |
My initial reaction was "I can't decide who I should dislike most in this video" but then I decided it was the whiny bitch who ran up to the car and started screaming "ILLEGAL ASSAULT WAAAAAH". I mean seriously, fuck that cunt. At least the crazy woman recording shit has the excuse of being crazy.
It never ceases to amaze me how many people think it's "illegal" for someone to record them while they're standing out on a public street. I mean, I guess you'd better file a lawsuit against all those businesses you happen to pass by, the owner of that coffee shop you stopped at to get your morning latte, and the bank that owns the last ATM you used, if that's the case.
I already admitted the guy is a real drama queen, although this video would probably have not been submit-worthy if it had been just a guy who hadn't reacted in an amusingly effete manner.
I do think that there is a clear and obvious difference between regular security cameras and obsessively filming any and every neighbor who dares to go outside in your presence, especially if they're wearing red, though. I can understand how the guy would be annoyed if the same neighbor repeatedly films him every time she drives by. I'd react differently from him, I'd probably film her back and then show the police, but I can understand the guy feeling miffed at her.
It never ceases to amaze ME the people who make massively flawed comparisons between official surveillance (like it or not) which is dispassionately there for a reason and having your privacy invaded by some crazy fuckwad who is then posting your picture all over the internet and rambling about how you secretly rape their dog and work for Obama's FEMA camp exterminators.
If you do not see the difference and why a person would get upset over the latter rather than a fucking security camera at an ATM, then you have a strange interpretation of privacy.
Sorry, but I fail to see how someone recording you IN PUBLIC is "invading your privacy".
So does the law.
|sosage - 2014-01-13 |
I'm probably the only person on POETV who can not stand watching these things. In reality, these people are not fun at all to deal with and anything you say or do perpetuates their fantasy that you are a very real and dangerous threat.
I'm lucky in that my gangstalked "victim" neighbor doesn't run around outside with a camera (although their cameras are mounted on their house, one pointed towards my front yard). I'm unlucky, however, in that they see me as a very real and dangerous threat and monitor my family's activities. I've occasionally spotted them standing in a dark spot of their yard at night, trying to hide, watching me get out of my car. It is very fucking freaky and it keeps me on edge every time I am outside my house. Especially with my daughter.
These people have a way of making their crazy infectious under the right conditions. Their constantly watching me has me constantly looking over my shoulder in my own front yard. I've never wanted a neighbor to move the fuck out and away from me as much as this one. Less a comment, more a "get this shit off my chest on the Internet amongst strangers". Here's your 5.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2014-01-19 |
I would love to see more videos of TIs running into each other. Obama should continue to orchestrate this theater for us.
|fluffy - 2014-05-17 |
What's with the moaning noises?
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