Organized involuntary servitude stalking and intimidation
Involuntary servitude is a United States legal and constitutional term for a person laboring against that person's will to benefit another, under some form of coercion. While laboring to benefit another occurs in the condition of slavery, involuntary servitude does not necessarily connote the complete lack of freedom experienced in chattel slavery.
These are some of the main pillars of involuntary servitude
(I have experienced these):
• They are personally benefiting by using victims.
They employ their technologies, methods, and techniques for their personal gain; this gain does not have to be monetary, it can be in the form of things such as research and development, or they are curious to see how we react to what they employ, amongst many other reasons.
• We cannot free ourselves from their grip.
• Victims are allowed an income.
They attempt to minimize, or take away, our ability to have income. A good example of this is how they use their slander and misinformation machine to deny us employment to the best of their ability. This is a well entrenched mechanism of their program. They will attempt to keep us from sources of income using this tactic before we get to a potential source, or interview. They also approach those we already work with attempting to take that income away. At this point it needs to be stated they not only use this tactic in general, but will employ their technologies, methods, and techniques to accomplish the same.
• They control our communications.
• They control information flow.
• They cut off our support system.
•(OCISSI) Organized Criminal involuntary servitude, stalking, and intimidation.
Part of the plan of OISSI is to keep us vulnerable, maximizing the benefit of using us as human organisms. One way they use organized criminal involuntary servitude, stalking, and intimidation is to sap our resources by stealing, tampering, or destroying our belongings and property. An example of this is the destroying of or tampering with appliances or any property causing those items to need premature replacing.