Category Archives: Street theater

Israelis swarm

Summary: I’m swarmed by Israelis the day after I complain to an English speaking man about social justice fraud to a man on the bus who talked about being asked to monitor someone because they’d been accused of passive aggressive racism.. … Continue reading

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Grace Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto, CA

Summary: On the way to church I’m swarmed on the street by a bi-racial couple. Tentative identifications: none Narrative: Individual #1: an unidentified female in pink has been photographed at other events sucking her lips in to avoid identification. Individual … Continue reading

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Choreography

A swarm can occur in a single place or can follow a person down the street as they approach a known destination. This is accomplished using a choreographer who follows me and cues provocateurs to suddenly step out from around … Continue reading

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Visual harassment

Classical conditioning pairs visual cues with food to trigger reflexive physiological and behavioral reactions. When the reflex occurs using the cue without or without food, then the target has been successfully conditioned.  This is tested by using the cue to … Continue reading

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Elicitation Techniques

Covert harassment in public places involves groups of 2-3 or more people assuming the role of provocateur, victim or bystander witness. The socially  engineered scripts  are used as a ruse to approach the target are crafted to elicit quick anger … Continue reading

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Silent swarm in front of Apple Store

Summary: An Asian couple walks past me on University Avenue. She is wearing black and white stripes. To avoid the visual annoyance I turn to cross at Florence. The couple stop and the crowd on the side walk continues past … Continue reading

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Swarms on the way to SCVMC

Summary: Silent swarms harass to and from the SCVMC. Narrative: Individual #1: Russell Ramsey is tentatively unidentified as the older gay male. At the Caltrain a man with an odd vibe gets on a bus and sits behind me. Individual … Continue reading

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Asian hobo family

Summary: On News Years Day, a couple sit down at a table next to me. Narrative: Individual #1: female Asian. The unremarkable woman avoids eye contact but is recognized from a photograph a week prior. Individual #2: female Asian elderly. … Continue reading

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Is this Steven Sipperstein?

Summary: A man sits smirking at me and talking about the holocaust to a woman at a table next to me then stands behind me whistling and laughing. Indivisual #1: Steven Sipperstein is tentatively identified as the man in the … Continue reading

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Affect of colors

The following research describes how color quickens and intensifies physical responses while at the same time it suppresses cognitive function. In the use of red or striking bright colors of other hues increases the likelihood that a person being harassed … Continue reading

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