We provide support for those experiencing coordinated stalking through meetings, email and telephone. We also are very active in eradicating coordinated stalking and provide plenty of opportunities for people to get involved.
The Bay Area Support Group was formed in August of 2018 by Michelle Hachey and
Constance Rose. There have been meetings
every month since, and membership has grown from 2 to over 100 in just a year and a half, showing the need for support for victims of coordinated stalking. We like to meet outdoors in
the beautiful Bay Area weather between April and October for hikes, picnics and sightseeing. Meetings in the winter are held at a private space which has been donated to our group. We sometimes hold a special events meeting in addition to our monthly support meetings. We are open to your ideas and hope you will join us.
After months of driving to the Bay Area to attend our meetings, one of our most loyal members, Justin Whitworth, stepped up to start a Sacramento Support Group. Sacramento meetings are posted on our Meetings page. We hope to see you there. For more information, contact Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinated Stalking is an umbrella term that we use to identify a system, or set of protocols, used by the powerful to oppress the powerless.
This set of protocols has been developed over many decades, the earliest demonstration being the subjugation of citizens in East Germany by the Stasi (or State Security Service), one of the most effective and oppressive intelligence and secret police agencies ever to have existed.
One of the main tasks of the Stasi was spying on the population, mainly through a vast network of citizens turned informants, and fighting any opposition by overt
and covert measures, including hidden psychological destruction of dissidents (they called this protocol Zersetzung, literally meaning decomposition). (source: Wikipedia)
In modern day America and many other countries, those protocols have been greatly expanded upon utilizing present day technological innovations and psychological advancements.
A wide variety of entities now employ these protocols for a variety of reasons to oppress a growing percentage of the population, all hidden in plain sight. Read more about coordinated stalking here.
The Bay Area Support Group is dedicated to providing a safe space for victims of coordinated stalking to meet. We find that meeting with others to share our experiences and getting active to bring awareness and stop the crimes creates a more meaningful life for all of us.