Summary of 2017 Targeted Individual Protest at the White House, by Victim-Activist Dr. Matthew Aaron

Published on May 30, 2017 – Ella F

Though he is a relatively new addition to the Targeted Individual Community, Dr. Matthew Aaron (Ph.D., Neurobiology & Behavior, Cornell U.; M.Sc., Environmental Toxicology, Virginia Tech) has been very vocal about the organized stalking, directed-energy assaults, and related crimes that were recently perpetrated against him. To his credit, Matthew has already gotten involved in awareness-raising activism for our shared cause. He joined the May 24, 2017 Washington D.C. Protest — against organized stalking, electronic harassment, and the unwillingness of government institutions to help the thousands of outspoken victims of these unspeakable crimes — which was organized by Frank Allen (of “Targeted Massachusetts”). As a newcomer to street-level activism, Matthew shares what he learned from expressing his Constitutional Right to assemble and protest, from his interactions with other protesters, and from his conversations with “first-contact non-TIs” walking past the small gathering of activists in front of the White House. Dr. Aaron shares his views on the successes and the failures of this small protest, as he sees them. He also raises a powerful and enthusiastic rally cry for targeted victims to speak up (more than before) and make their collective voices heard (more than ever before) about the atrocious crimes, torture programs, and human rights abuses associated with targeted individual victimization.

Recorded on May 25, 2017


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