Monthly Archives: April 2012

Levels of harassment

Level I: Fishing expedition Public Health encourages educators and community organizations to survey the public for ‘hostile’ views. Identified targets are profiled to determine their range personal, financial and legal vulnerabilities including what is most likely to psychologically push their … Continue reading

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Corrections

The following people, represented by their initials, have been eliminated as possible suspects. If you find anything still posted, please contact me and I will fix it. Thank you for your patience and understanding. DC – neurobiologist, eliminated 3/22/2012 RL – … Continue reading

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Analysis – Public Health System

Exploring the possibility that the driving force behind community harassment might come from within the government, I’ve analysed how caseworkers might handle my situation based on 10 essential services of Public Health, an agency which oversees the National Institutes of … Continue reading

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Analysis – my actions & their responses

The following are key actions and harassment responses overtime (see also Level of Harassment). 1. My Action: Political comment on in classroom 2003 I was originally listed as result of a comment I made in support of immigration reform during what … Continue reading

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The white devil’s advocate

The news media inevitably portrays people who move away from diverse areas to more homogenous areas in a negative light: bigoted, uneducated, unfamiliar, fearful, etc. Is it ever okay to just say diversity just wasn’t for me? Some of the … Continue reading

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Racism through the looking glass

As a white person with modest ‘Aryan’ looks, who has spent most of my life living in cosmopolitan communities, I can assure you that it is not at all unusual for conversations to ‘meander towards the portal of genocide’ no … Continue reading

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‘Eliminate racism’ an oxymoron

The first time I heard it I was taking a class at a YWCA in San Jose around the time I was first listed in 2003 (see How I was listed).  Two white women race baited, “White children just don’t … Continue reading

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Open letter to the Wassmuth family

In August and November 2011, members of the Wassmuth family participated in ‘social justice’ harassment against me as I traveled through Montana and Idaho (see report Operation Hat Trick). None of these fine people has ever invited me to dialog … Continue reading

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Open letter to the Kootenai Task Force

In the 1980’s groups like the Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations (KCTFHR) formed in Idaho to drive violent skin heads from their communities. In 2000 a $6.2 million judgment was won against the Aryan Nations, bankrupting the group and … Continue reading

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Directory of Staffing Professionals – under construction

How staffing agencies were first identified in harassment: In 2009, a lead person on a collaborative team made dogged attempts to befriend me while at the same time appeared to be directing social undermining and entrapment. She was later found … Continue reading

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