“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
Wheel artists, con artists, glass cages and floating box theory, exposing targeted individuals, and those who target them. And note the use of the word “target” in the picture.
I recently wrote about Ray Tahir, an FBI Surveillance Van window peeper who was let go because he did what most SA’s on down do with the Corporation’s credit card: he used it as a personal ATM, and as these guys are prone to do, and he tacked the cards interest right on the taxpayers back.
In case you aren’t aware of what high level official stuff that these guys in the vans do, I recommend that you search this blog for posts about Stingray’s, FBI surveillance planes, and the phrase ” FBI Surveillance Van,” which is one of the wireless AP’s that frequently appears near a stakeout.
But recently, one of the few informative gang stalking blogs on the internet, fightgangstalking began to attract attention from blogs that appeared out of nowhere; and also, that blogger discovered that their blog was being impersonated online.
Regardless, here is a gem from the past that I gleaned from http://www.gsinseattle.wordpress.com-the blog that appeared just as I contacted fightgangstalking.com,in June-July 2016, and then, I developed an interestng case of deja vu. My deja vu included a notation that ‘when new blogs appear, be ready for psyops!’
And really-wht is more psyoptical than A BLAST FROM THE PAST ( which only an ex FBI agent circa 1998 would know about in the first place? Much less link to in 2016)
Part one in a five-part series
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Be sure you read and understand the legal small print concerning this article( Editors note:small print inludes notification that you may be considered a terrorist, a journalist, or a writer if you publish this limited hang out mterial)
Wheel artist – that’s spy-talk for an outdoor surveillance specialist operating in a vehicle. The FBI has lots of them – agents and bucars (bureau cars). Together they’re called vehicle surveillance teams.
Know your adversary. Make no mistake about it, FBI vehicle surveillance teams are deadly. They get results. Consistently. FBI agents receive the best training and the best equipment.
They don’t just follow you – they surround you. They become part of your environment. You never see the same vehicle twice. They blend in with traffic. Up to twenty FBI agents at any one time. Even more if the investigation involves national security.
Every agent on the surveillance team has just one thing on his mind – to get you. And they will.
Unless you read this article. Carefully.
What you’ll learn
This is the first article in a five-part series that teaches you how to respond when you’re confronted by an FBI vehicle surveillance team.http://www.rogerpbrown.com/spy/fs017.html