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Stop Workplace Mobbing and Community Based Harassment

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Stop Workplace Mobbing/Bullying

Workplace bullying is a general ganging up by employees targeting one individual in the office, school or factory. The book Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace outlines how one enemy in the workplace can rally other workers to gleefully wreak havoc in the life of their colleague. It can begins with jealousy of an above average worker and then the ridicule starts. a manager feeling threatened by an overachieving subordinate almost always triggers mobbing, since the manager will rally the other employees to ridicule, harass and eventually drive the good employee out. It can also begin with gossip/slander about the individual. (See Below.)

Stop Organized Harassment

Community Based Harassment aka Mobbing is not new. This type of vigilante behavior has been used widely by the KKK and other fascist groups worldwide. Mobbing is a ganging up by the community against one individual in an attempt to drive the person out.

Mobbing symptom number one is slander to the community about the victim. The victim?s private life is exploited in such a way to create the illusion that the person is an undesirable, dishonest, or crazy, someone that needs to be driven from the community. With the popularity of online gossip pages and message boards, a photo-shopped image, or a voice-over, could give credibility to the smear. (Also called, The New McCarthyism, see: The Progressive.)

Unveiled and popularized by John Ashcroft in 2002 under Freedom Corps, a system of Neighborhood Snitches was set up to watch selected neighbors for ?Unusual behavior.? Google: Amerisnitch from Peace Corps Online. See ?FISA? and ?Fusion Centers? ACLU website.

How it begins: An authority figure may approach important people in the victim?s life, family, friends, employer, neighbors, etc. and claim the victim is under investigation, thus alienating family and friends who are sworn to silence by the authority figure. (See: Indymedia, Miami, What You Can Do.) As soon as the community is convinced, the organized stalking/surveillance begins.

If you know of any friends, coworkers or neighbors that are experiencing daily harassment in their lives, please do not be dismissive. They need your understanding and support. Although physical abuse is rare in mobbing, the emotional abuse can cause serious, even life-threatening illnesses. In some mobbing cases, victims have had heart attacks or serious stomach problems as a result. Unfortunately, some people enjoy being a part of these vigilante groups and have no crisis of conscience when it comes to ganging up against an individual. Single women, Teachers, Activists and Writers are often targets. Google, Mobbing: Emotional Abuse in the American Workplace and Community Based Harassment. Also, contact your State Representatives and Congress to create Legislation against Mobbing. Also read: The End of America and You have No Rights. Films: The Map of the World, The Lives

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Aug 7th, 2017
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Jul 24th, 2017
Claudia P M. from Malden, MA writes:
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I am a victim of Emotional Abuse in the American workplace and Community Based Harrassement, and gang stalking electronic and harrassement started in the workplace
Jul 24th, 2017
Claudia P M. from Malden, MA writes:
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I am a victim of Emotional Abuse in the American workplace and Community Based Harrassement, and gang stalking electronic and harrassement started in the workplace
Jul 24th, 2017
Claudia P M. from Malden, MA writes:
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I am a victim of Emotional Abuse in the American workplace and Community Based Harrassement, and gang stalking electronic and harrassement started in the workplace
Jul 24th, 2017
Claudia P M. from Malden, MA writes:
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I am a victim of Emotional Abuse in the American workplace and Community Based Harrassement, and gang stalking electronic and harrassement started in the workplace
Jul 11th, 2017
Bonnie C. from Revere, MA writes:
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It seems our representatives in congress are too busy fighting each other democrats and republicans. Shame on them while the average worker is getting beat down, fired and harassed because there are no protections for them because they are not of a protected class. Please put something in place to protect the average worker from mobbing. All these pretend protections out there are not enough. We are ignored for those contributing largely only it seems. We watch you all bully one another daily in the media and that needs to stop we are still hill and have voted you in to protect us, not large donations or pacs, they do not vote you in we do. We know your bullied and mobbed too, you should have a vote and can have an opinion without your boss stooping to the level of bullying/mobbing like moving ones office to the basement or removing them from a committee assignment because they did not vote the way they were told. Yes we know it is happening in our State Houses and in Congress too. Please make it illegal and let freedom ring, democracy is becoming extinct stop it while you can.
Jun 30th, 2017
Sally v. from Tuscola, IL writes:
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I should add that there are also a lot of very NICE people working in academic libraries, some of whom are still my friends. Also, (a) some of the mobbing was probably unintentional, as in, people may not have realized the gravity of what they were doing (i.e., how it would harm me); (b) not all of these things were done by everyone, but mostly by a few select individuals (notably the screaming was done by ONE individual, ONE time); (c) this list of actions happened over a period of more than seven years, not all at once; and (d) especially in the case of the first institution, many of my former coworkers have since moved on. I don't know that any of the remaining people are actually aware of the long-term "big picture" of harassment I endured. Would it have made a difference? I don't know. I do know I felt it very unfair, not to mention embarrassing and stressful, to be ganged up on, humiliated, and ostracized almost continually. The end result was that I felt (still feel) so burned out that even now, working from home, it's a struggle to accomplish as much as I would like. Recovery may end up taking a very long time. :(
Jun 19th, 2017
Sally v. from Tuscola, IL writes:
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Having finally gotten my wish to work in the library of my first alma mater, I was very happy; but that was before I learned about the bullying problem that exists in many libraries (especially academic libraries), including that one. I learned the hard way that not everyone who looks like a professional really is one; in fact, many so-called "professionals" (who, as stated above, seem to be insecure, jealous, and dishonest types) are little better than thugs, in my experience. Shunning and excluding me, gossiping about me, slandering me, sabotaging my work, singling me out for public shaming, getting co-workers to abuse me, formulating negative paperwork about me and loading it into my personnel file to make me appear crazy, setting me up to lose a library scholarship to the ALA convention, making snide remarks about my political and religious views, downplaying every single one of my achievements and / or giving credit for my achievement to other colleagues, making sexual innuendos to and about me, screaming at me, withholding supplies and information needed to do my job, illegally denying opportunities for advancement, constantly making negative comparisons (which were false) between myself and my co-workers, and even playing a humiliating game with myself as the object,, took their toll upon my physical and emotional health. I managed to stick it out for 7.5 years, working at two Illinois university libraries and one state library (which, ironically, was right across from the statue of Honest Abe in front of the Capitol Building); had worked very hard to earn my MLS and an M.A, in English while working full time and enduring all this abuse, but in the end, I find myself wishing never to enter another library. A lot of very selfish, unprofessional individuals at Eastern Illinois University, the University of Illinois (Main Library), and the Illinois State Library have much to be ashamed of.
Jun 7th, 2017
Jesse W. from Atlanta, TX writes:
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I have been harassed daily for a period of three years since June 2014 by the mayor of Atlanta, TX and a gang stalk crew based in Laws Chapel Texas run by Dan Bergt. They smear my name in every way imaginable. Every time I go outside some kind of retarded event is staged and if I mention it to anyone they always threaten me or try to throw me in a mental institution. They always tell me I need to go to church while they manipulate every aspect of my life.
Jun 7th, 2017
Jesse W. from Atlanta, TX writes:
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I have been harassed daily for a period of three years since June 2014 by the mayor of Atlanta, TX and a gang stalk crew based in Laws Chapel Texas run by Dan Bergt. They smear my name in every way imaginable. Every time I go outside some kind of retarded event is staged and if I mention it to anyone they always threaten me or try to throw me in a mental institution. They always tell me I need to go to church while they manipulate every aspect of my life.
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