Jean-Nicolas Desurmont (criminologist)

In 2006 the Belgian criminologist Jean-Nicolas Desurmont interviewed the secret services of Belgium and France, and 13 victims: a professor, a judge, a lawyer, a diplomat and so on.

Then he published 4 articles:

  1. PDF file icon French flag Vers une problématique du harcèlement criminel en réseau (119.1 K, 39 pages).
    This article centers on gang stalking by the government.
    This was published in French flag Revue internationale de Criminologie et de Police technique et scientifique, volume 49, 2006.

  2. PDF file icon French flag Communicologie et radiophonie: des fins militaires aux fins éducatives (225.9 K, 38 pages).
    This article centers on cell phone communication by gang stalkers.
    This was published in French flag Les Cahiers du journalisme, number 18, 2008.

  3. PDF file icon French flag La géocriminologie en contexte de gang-stalking (200.9 K, 28 pages).
    This article centers on gang stalking by the Mafia.
    This was published in International e-Journal of Criminal Science, number 3, 2009.

  4. PDF file icon French flag Essai de caractérisation des phénomènes de stalking dans un contexte juridique et politique: radiogoniométrie et filature (92.4 K, 13 pages).
    This article is a short version of earlier articles.
    This was published in Italian flag Rivista di Criminologia, Vittimologia e Sicurezza, volume IV, number 3, 2010.

French flag “L’invalidation de certains phénomènes comme le stalking organisationnel par les forces de l’ordre et les psychiatres au profit d’allégations fallacieuses sur le délire de persécution ou la schizophrénie nous semblent des postulats dépassés à l’heure de la radiogoniométrie.” — Jean-Nicolas Desurmont in Communicologie et radiophonie: des fins militaires aux fins éducatives.

I translated the first article:

PDF file icon Gang stalking is becoming a problem (495.4 K, 150 pages).

Main ideas

There are three types of stalking:

  1. single stalking,
  2. multiple stalking,
  3. organizational stalking.

If someone has a divorce because he wants a gay lifestyle, and his ex stalks him, and his neighbor stalks him because he doesn’t want a gay neighbor, then this is for the victim an experience which is different from the other types, so I see three types.

Stalking is organizational if:

  1. there are at least 2 stalkers,
  2. they know each other,
  3. they have the same intent.

Organizational stalking is called gang stalking.

The essence of intimidation in group is:

  1. the tyrannical attitude (denial of the point of view of the defense of the victim),
  2. the attitude of denunciation (circulation of rumors concerning the victim).

There are two types of gang stalking:

  1. political gang stalking perpetrated by political networks (government agents),
  2. apolitical gang stalking perpetrated by apolitical networks (Mafia).

Apolitical gang stalking is organized by the Mafia. Their goal is revenge. (The Mafia can’t stand some specific judges and lawyers.)

Political gang stalking is organized by the military intelligence. The goal is to fight organized crime. Specifically: to fight apolitical gang stalking perpetrated by apolitical networks from other countries. This is counterintelligence so this is done by the army. Political gang stalking is the usual way in which large drugs trafficking rings are dismantled.

The procedure:

  1. They choose almost randomly a person.
  2. They isolate him from the people that he knew by making him appear crazy.
  3. He gathers new suspect people around him.
  4. All these people are put under investigation.
  5. Wherever the suspect people go, the army recruits snitches. They form a large network that collects information. This can be stimulated with quota and bonuses for writing reports.
  6. Where it goes from here depends on the circumstances:
    1. Normally it goes on forever.
    2. If the suspect people cause a financial loss for the government, especially when there’s much drug related crime, then they are quickly arrested.
    3. If the suspect people appear to be an apolitical network then they are dismantled by monitoring and analyzing their cell phone use: the army knows where they are when they call each other. In this way they dismantled a gang stalking network in Louvain-la-Neuve (which counts 10,000 citizens) in Belgium. That’s to the southeast of Brussels. The members were all over the city. There was 50 metre between them.
    4. If the victim becomes aware of the harassment then he will resist. Generally, this is the situation of people who out themselves as a targeted individual. Then the goal changes: the victim has to be removed as quickly as possible from society so he can’t spread what he knows:
      1. prison,
      2. bedlam,
      3. forced suicide,
      4. murder. In this case, they will first toy some time with the victim to make him fear for his life. Then they suddenly kill him.

The surveillance of a targeted individual implies that he’s surveilled by several dozens of members of the police and military secret service per day.

The interference in his private life is more effective when it’s insidious, thus facilitating the general approval of the thesis of mental illness.

A gang stalking campaign is successful if the victim can’t prove the harassment.

The political success of these actions lies in the number of investigations carried out against offenders and criminals who have been at a certain moment in the immediate circle of the victim of harassment while avoiding that the victim understands the fact that he’s the pawn that serves as a starting point in the identification of suspect persons. These persons will proactively be investigated later.

The circle of a targeted individual or an important individual is always placed under surveillance.

Lookalikes of the circle of the victim are used by the forces of law and order to detect the persons who are informed of the characteristics of the circle of the victim.

So the victim is a disposable object around which the network is built. Who the victim is and what he has done doesn’t matter at any point in the procedure. The network is the political goal.

The characteristic property of political gang stalking is that they make the victim appear crazy.

All these categories are gang stalkers:

  1. nurses,
  2. ambulances,
  3. firemen,
  4. private and public security companies,
  5. banks,
  6. managers of institutions,
  7. embassies,
  8. harbor master’s offices,
  9. psychiatry,
  10. some private institutions like universities. Gang stalking has been observed for 12 months in a French speaking university in Belgium.

Gang stalkers collect information from the private life of their victim. Then this information is fed through the media to the victim. Victims call this media feedback. The right name is macro counter-espionage. In Belgium the Communications Service of the Ministry of Home Affairs delivers the ingredients to the media. This can be, for example, a first name. Then the media have to build the news item around this word. For example, when a child is missing, then the news item might be read by a journalist with the name Vandeputte, which is Dutch for Dutroux. For example, when a person with Down’s syndrome is in the news then the news anchor won’t say his name, except if he has the same family name as the victim. The media are sponsored by political persons. The media get their information from police and intelligence services. So they have no choice. They have to cooperate. The goal is to stop criminal actions of apolitical networks by showing that the government can do the same espionage as the apolitical networks.

Review

Some subjects are missing in his articles:

  1. Freemasonry,
  2. mind control,
  3. electronic harassment,
  4. voice to skull,
  5. implants,
  6. Luciferianism. (There are strong hints that the gang stalkers worship Lucifer as a deity.)
  7. He treats it as a national problem. For example, he explains why Belgian victims hear details from their private life in the Belgian news on TV, but he doesn’t explain why they experience the same with TV channels of many other countries.

I know more categories of gang stalkers:

  1. medical doctors,
  2. dentists,
  3. bus drivers,
  4. train drivers,
  5. taxi drivers,
  6. personnel of utility companies (gas, electricity, telephone, cable TV and so on),
  7. private and public gardening services,
  8. teachers.

Gang stalking is performed as much as possible at the expense of their employers and the government. So I see many stalkers who have to travel for their job.

Some questions remain unanswered:

  1. Why do targets experience the same harassments in every country they go, even in a country that is an enemy of their country of origin?
  2. Why are nearly all victims single women and gay men?
  3. Why are most victims female? If this is about fighting crime, then 90% of the victims should be male, because 90% of all crime is done by men.
  4. Why do all the police in the world deny that gang stalking exists?
  5. Why are networks like Al Qaeda or Hezbollah never attacked with gang stalking?
  6. Why did no one ever admit that he was a gang stalker? People have admitted that they were a spy, informant, Freemason, Mafia member, hitman or terrorist. Outing oneself as a gang stalker seems to be a problem of a higher order.

Most victims are not in a position to teach you something about organized crime.

In the past, the victims of the state were usually deaf, blind, handicapped, in the mental hospital or a home for the elderly.

So it looks more as if this is not about fighting crime, but about getting rid of people who can be missed, as they did in Nazi Germany.

So now open your mind for the mind control atrocities of the past and see whether you find the answer there.

 

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