Recommended Books


Rise of the Warrior Cop   by Radley Balko

Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police

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A Government of Wolves  by John Whitehead

The Hidden Evil  by Mark M. Rich

A detailed and disturbing
explanation of gang stalking. Much of the material is speculative, but it’s
mostly consistent with my own experiences and accounts by other self-proclaimed
victims of gang stalking.

The Hidden Evil: State
Sponsored Terror Campaigns
is posted in various places on the Internet as a 79-page pdf document,
which was revised in May 2006.

A paperback book version
released in 2008 (published by Lulu Enterprises, Inc.) is available on The full title is The Hidden Evil: The Financial Elite’s Covert
War Against the Civilian Population.

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The Hidden Evil ties together
research from several sources to create a picture of governments (including
those of all NATO nations) that are heavily corrupted and controlled by the
wealthy elite. This book also recounts historical and current evidence for the
existence of a system that I’ve been made aware of, in which governments wage
war against small groups of people and even individuals who are perceived as
potential threats to the elite. This highly targeted warfare is conducted with
the goal of corrupting and recruiting individuals, or destroying them.

This covert war is waged
against individuals at all levels of society, including some highly respected
politicians. The Hidden Evil argues that only people who have been successfully
recruited are allowed any real power. People we think of as powerful and
respected members of the political elite are often mere pawns, who are
blackmailed into submission through participation in illegal activities, the
more taboo the better. Secret societies are often heavily infiltrated or even
fronts for these blackmail operations, and the taboo rituals are not only used
for blackmail, but to corrupt the participants’ psyches and make them see
outsiders as tools to be exploited.

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The Search for the “Manchurian
   By John D. Marks

Subtitle: The CIA and Mind Control:
The Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences

Published in 1979, this
award-winning book about the CIA’s mind control and interrogation experiments
(Project MK Ultra) was based on documents discovered under the Freedom of
Information Act.

The author, John D. Marks, was
a former Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. State Department.

Anyone who doubts the
plausibility of allegations that the U.S. government would acquiesce in
sadistic crimes against its own citizens such as gang stalking, should read
this book.

“A wonderful piece of
investigative reporting. The best account we’ll ever get of one of the seamiest
episodes of American intelligence.”
     – Seymour Hersh

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The Search for
the “Manchurian Candidate”: The CIA and Mind Control: The Secret
History of the Behavioral Sciences

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1984  by George Orwell

1984 (Signet Classics)

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Lord of the Flies  by William Golding

Lord of the Flies

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Protectors of Privilege   by Frank Donner

Protectors of Privilege: Red Squads and Police Repression in
Urban America

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Snitch Culture    by Jim

Snitch Culture: How Citizens are Turned into the Eyes and Ears
of the State

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Closing the Gap: Gang Stalking   by GmB Bailey

Closing The Gap: Gang Stalking

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Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in
the American Workplace

by Noa Davenport

Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace

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Manufacturing Consent   by Noam Chomsky

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media

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Into the Buzzsaw   by Kristina


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Twilight of the Elites:
America After Meritocracy

by Christopher Hayes

Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy

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