Just to be clear on what I mean by No Touch Torture and Stasi. Maybe some of “my” gangstalkers think, but I am really concerned about the number than really are puppets – Preferred endgame: “Many thought that they were losing their minds, and mental breakdowns and suicide could result.”
I doubt if it mattered if the information was true or not. You wonder why I think Gangstalking is so foolish. It is so damn dangerous! Anyone who partakes in such activity is a stupid fool and is breaking the law.
The Stasi perfected the technique of psychological harassment of perceived enemies known as Zersetzung (pronounced [ʦɛɐ̯ˈzɛtsʊŋ]) – a term borrowed from chemistry which literally means “decomposition“. The term “Zersetzung” may be a reference to the Nazi term Wehrkraftzersetzung, the crime of subversion of the Nazi war effort.
As I have said out loud, the East German Stasi did not want to break legs or make people disappear anymore. “It was realised that psychological harassment was far less likely to be recognised for what it was,… Zersetzung was designed to side-track and “switch off” perceived enemies so that they would lose the will to continue any “inappropriate” activities………………………This often included psychological attacks, such as breaking into homes and subtly manipulating the contents, in a form of gaslighting – moving furniture, altering the timing of an alarm, removing pictures from walls or replacing one variety of tea with another. Other practices included property damage, sabotage of cars, purposely incorrect medical treatment, smear campaigns including sending falsified compromising photos or documents to the victim’s family, denunciation, provocation, psychological warfare, psychological subversion, wiretapping, bugging, mysterious phone calls or unnecessary deliveries, even including sending a vibrator to a target’s wife. Usually, victims had no idea that the Stasi were responsible. Many thought that they were losing their minds, and mental breakdowns and suicide could result.
https://www.britannica.com/topic/Stasi 500,000 to 2.000,000 collaborators. Citizens reporting on citizens.
Under Erich Mielke, its director from 1957 to 1989, the Stasi became a highly effective secret police organization…. its official apparatus and through a vast network of informants and unofficial collaborators (inoffizielle Mitarbeiter), who spied on and denounced colleagues, friends, neighbours, and even family members. By 1989 the Stasi relied on 500,000 to 2,000,000 collaborators as well as 100,000 regular employees, and it maintained files on approximately 6,000,000 East German citizens—more than one-third of the population.