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Mobbing Research: Coercive Mob Tactics, Modern Countries, Homelessness, Cancer - CNN iReports (video link)

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Mobbing Research: Coercive Mob Tactics, Modern Countries, Homelessness, Cancer

1. One mob or mobbing tactic in modern countries is to systematically eliminate a person's means of subsistence and finances to make them vulnerable to homelessness and coercion;

2. Another mobbing coercion tactic in modern countries is to use microwave radar technology and aim it at a person's apartment or home, which is linked to radiation sensitive cancer and leukemia;

3. Cancer makes the victims vulnerable to medical community coercion and traps them in their countries;

Q. Do you know why human rights organizations ignore this issue in modern countries?

Q. Do you believe this issue is not addressed because as the mob claims, they "clean" the crimes committed by law enforcement members or organizations?

The mob links the use of homelessness and cancer to "turning over" or turning people over, which is linked to subjugation, a form of slavery or continued mobbing.

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Q. Do you believe that the systematic elimination of a person's means of subsistence and these forms of technology attack can be linked to the psychiatrists Marie-France Hirigoyen's description of systematically destabilizing victims so that they lash-out in anger or frustration aka hitting back, and rage shooting or rampages?