Gang stalking case study: the rebuilding of sustainable economy starts with the right public relations

https://theostracon.net/gandhi-mahal-george-floyd-minneapolis-ruhel-islam/?fbclid=IwAR11j2LTPdUUcGpDDXIvnxoGeK4GBTh7a3E6mL7Ju86qAZrkTZ5GIUtN7Xs

A Plymouth Rock and Pilgrim free, John Wayne Commemorative Edition Thanksgiving Day Feast

Them’s is fightin’ words in Minneapolis’ Third Precinct….

For those who have been following along, you will note that ROGS planted a seed in 2008, and that seed has grown.

The avid reader will also note that invoking the words “peace,” or “sustainability,” or “community” in a pro-democracy manner can get a person gang stalked by corrupt police, and their police state networks (in NGOs, and other community groups with cloaked purposes) that operate from the anti-democratic, “proactive and preemptive” model of  “policing,” which is really just a black hand shakedown racket, with police and fire working as the collectors.

George Floyd worked security at El Nuevo Rodeo, right next door to Gandhi Mahal, with his co-worker, and eventual murderer Derek Chauvin.

Read the linked articles above, and then, read my news letter below, from 2008 (search my blog for posts that reference the murder of George Floyd, Ruhel Islam, Derek Chauvin, or this restaurant herein) where I created a concept, and provided the language to a person who promised that they would follow my lead in ending discrimination, feeding the poor, and building sustainable economy.

This can help psychologists, and attorneys answer the main questions about gang stalking, such as “who gets gang stalked.”

A Golem indeed, but whose?

LOL.

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