Electronic Harassment is Real

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  1. James7

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    Aluminium foil shielding does work but only for a time as the perpetrators can move their equipment to another location. This is easily done if you live among dense housing which most people do.

    It's obvious the government's doing this as they're using allegations of mental illness as a cover. As the Wiki page says on the subject, "Psychologists have identified evidence of auditory hallucinations, delusional disorders or other mental illnesses in online communities supporting those who claim to be targeted."

    Just because some crazy people are saying this doesn't mean that all persons alleging electronic harassment are crazy as well, that's bad science. Also some of the stories you hear online sound concocted, possibly by government misinformation agents. It's a well crafted cover at first glance but when you start examining it more critically you can tell the whole thing is phony.
     
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    Just an update.

    The harassers are now inducing clicking sounds which come from the front of my skull around the nasal area during the night in an effort to disrupt my sleep and effect my health and general wellbeing.

    Again I contacted the local police to inform them of the continuing situation and they sent two officers to my home to discuss the matter. I described the clicking phenomena coming from the area of my nose and one of the officers suggested it might be tinnitus (which is a ringing in the ears). The officer in question said that he himself had had a problem with tinnitus.

    But what's a ringing in the ears got to do with a clicking sound coming from the nose? The two things are completely different.

    And just to recap that microwave harassment is a very real phenomena and is not pure fantasy, see the following link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave_auditory_effect
     
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    After telling me to my face that I may have tinnitus it would appear the police then confidentially contacted my G.P. positively encouraging them to diagnose a mental illness.

    My G.P. then contacted me and after an appointment recommended I have a psychiatric assessment done which I point blank refused.

    Absolute quakery! Why does the phenomena only happen at night and not during the day? And you're seriously telling me I'm just imagining this clicking sound and it isn't actually real? Well what if some other medical condition were causing it? And the G.P. hadn't even bothered to examine my nose or sinuses or ask any appropriate questions regarding the medical history of my sinuses or nose. How biased is that?

    This is surely a clear example of the healthcare system being abused in the persecution of 'lefties' and anyone with critical opinions of the government? And how often does this happen?
     
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    I now have good reason to believe it is actually the police themselves that are conducting the harassment.

    Yesterday I was phoned twice by the police and in the second phone call they were clearly trying to convince me I was mentally ill. A while back I had previously complained of someone having maliciously put something unpleasant through my letterbox and they tried to convince me that I had just imagined this. And at the time they hadn't even bothered turning up to investigate the matter. So how could they be so sure of themselves?

    They also asked over the phone whether I would agree to them contacting a local mental health group and I made myself quite clear that I was not agreable to such a thing. To my annoyance they kept repeating the question to the exact same answer. However it would appear they contacted the local mental health group anyway telling them that I was in a distressed state which was a complete lie. The telephone conversation didn't last that long but I let the other party know I wasn't happy with the police's behaviour and that their conduct could have been interpreted as having been malicious.
     
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    Referring to #29 the police have been caught participating in what is known as Gaslighting.

    Named after a 1938 stage play which was later made into the 1944 film "Gaslight", the perpetrators try to convince the victim they are going crazy.

    Wikipedia has an interesting entry under the term: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaslighting

    According to the Wiki page even mental health care professionals have been caught participating in what could be termed gaslighting:

    "Psychotherapy and psychiatry are thought, by many, to be forms of gaslighting wherein the therapist or psychiatrist is characterized, by the patient, to be of a more sound, all-knowing mind (i.e. an expert). This can potentially create a conflict where the patient is unable to trust their immediate sense of their feelings and surroundings in favor of the interpretations offered by the therapist. Those interpretations will often come in the form of doubt or skepticism at the patient's appraisals and perceptions of their world.[7] Furthermore, gaslighting has been observed between patients and staff in inpatient psychiatric facilities.[8]"


    The quoted references are:

    7. Loftus, Elizabeth F, "Creating False Memories", Scientific American, September 1997, vol 277 #3 pages 70-75

    8. Lund, C.A.; Gardiner, A.Q. (1977). "The Gaslight Phenomenon: An Institutional Variant". British Journal of Psychiatry. 131 (5): 533–534. doi:10.1192/bjp.131.5.533. PMID 588872.
     
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    You have a deviated septum (among other issues)
     
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    Looking through the signs and symptoms of a deviated septum on Wikipedia I couldn't see any reference to clicking sounds, etc.
     
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    Still an ongoing issue. Here's the latest:

    Made a phone call the other day about arranging for a paid online course I intend going on and accidentally got through to the local police. Apparently it was a wrong number but I looked the numbers up of the local police on the net and couldn't find a similar looking number.

    Four working days later I got a silent call lasting for ten seconds or so after which an old style female voice says, "Goodbye", and then hung up. I consider this significant as I always get the exact same call every time I make a formal complaint to the police about electronic harassment, minor acts of vandalism to my property, etc. There's always a delay of several days before the silent call is made.

    This proves to me that the government is responsible for at least some of the silent and/or nuisance phone calls people complain about.

    If you regularly receive strange phone calls you may have been put on a government list of people they don't think much of.

    I regularly received scam calls about a car accident you never even had but I just lost count of the number of these exact same calls I got over the months and years. There were too many of these calls, I mean how many groups of people are there out there who are actually doing this exact same scam? I believe these calls were part of the same harassment campaign and as soon as I started complaining about these calls and others like them on sites like 'Who Calls Me?' the calls stopped fairly quickly.

    The maths doesn't add up for these calls being scam and they are in fact psychologically harassing anyway.
     
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    I have heard them before, it's the sound of a female yelling "take out the garbage and get the dishes done." ;-)
     
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    And who did you piss off?
     
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    I suppose that's an obvious question.

    I can only reply with 'the powers that be'. If you ask too many questions or say too many bold things they can start coming after you.

    Officially what they're doing never actually happens and the elite responsible don't actually exist. However even in a domocracy powerful elites can come into being who are wealthy enough to fund the very political parties in the first place or indeed bribe them depending on how you look at it.
     
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    This begs the question as to why YOU don't go and have a mental health evaluation just in order to PROVE them wrong?

    Pick your own mental healthcare specialist rather than the one that your GP suggests. Pick a couple at random and go to all of them and have them evaluate you.

    When you get a clean mental bill of health the cops can no longer try and blow you off because you proved them wrong.

    You have nothing to lose by having the tests done and a lot to gain.
     
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    With all due respect Derideo_Te, I don't see how you can so certain that such a method would work anyway?

    And can I ask would you yourself consider having a mental health evaluation done if someone suggested that you might be crazy yourself?

    Of course you wouldn't! You'd take it as an insult just as I do.
     
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    Speaking for myself I would have no problem with it at all. It would merely confirm what I already know about myself. Furthermore it would give lie to those who were erroneously making those allegations and give me legitimate grounds against them.

    Your reluctance makes you appear to be afraid of what might be discovered. That supports their position against you. The smart move is to prove them wrong since you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
     
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    Do you honestly think I would then be able to approach the police and say, "I managed to pass a Rorschach ink blot test! Do you believe me now?"

    Besides what if the powers that be were in fact practicing a coordinated "Gas Lighting" campaign? They could even conspire to fake the test results. Similar methods were used in the old Soviet Union where dissidents were branded as mentally ill.

    Look at the following online article on Gaslighting from Psychology Today: 11 Warning Signs of Gaslighting

    That fully qualified psychologists are saying this proves this is a real and substantive issue.
     
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    Since you claim to be the victim of Gaslighting do you identify with all of these symptoms?

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/...8-signs-someone-is-in-relationship-gaslighter

    You allege that your rights are being infringed and the authorities are ignoring them. Any decent civil rights lawyer would defend your case if you were independently tested and proven to be of sound mind.

    In essence stop being a victim and take action to defend yourself. A good lawyer will ensure that you are no longer subjected to what is happening.
     
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    I have contacted lawyers and they don't really seem that interested at all. The onus seems to be on you yourself proving your own case and the lawyers after that simply representing you.

    But they don't generally ask if you managed to pass a Rorschach ink blot test or not.
     
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    I have had these phone calls and one of my friends has mentioned it too.
    I think it is a glitch in a telephone marketing call.
     
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    So if we summarize what we have determined is that you claim to be the victim of "electronic harassment" for which no source exists. After the authorities have investigated and confirmed that there is no source, since no one else is afflicted, you have refused to take any other action that could determine the actual source of this problem.

    In essence you are not prepared to any action to help yourself and you are blaming everyone else instead.
     
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    I've never been harassed electronically. At least, not as far as I know! :blankstare:
     
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    My computer speakers frequently pick up the microwaves being emitted by my cell phone. From what I've read, the wires to the speakers can act as a sort of antenna and actually pick up a signal from the microwaves, resulting in a mechanical 'ticking' that increase and decreases in volume as I move my phone around.
     
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    Now that's spooky - glad mine doesn't do it!
     
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    When I was staying at a place with a wall mounted microwave oven it would interfere with my cell phone signal when it was on.

    There is definitely electromagnetic radiation all around us but it is only harmful in massive doses. It is also random since it can come from different sources at different strengths and times. However there is no documented evidence of harm except in the cases where the dose was high and very close to the body.

    https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/hhe/reports/pdfs/1992-0224-2379.pdf
     
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    Unless we all lived at the bottom of the ocean we are constantly bombarded with electromagnetic and Cosmic radiation among many other things. This is built into our mortality and unavoidable reality.
     
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    Yes, but that'd mean we'd drown, wouldn't it? I'll take my chances with electronic harassment, and continue to constantly be bombarded with electromagnetic and Cosmic radiation among many other things, thank you very much.
     
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