Being the target of Organized Gang Stalking can have numerous devastating effects on the victim's overall life and health. As Gang Stalking is a pro-longed psychological torture campaign by people, and PPD is characterized by long-term suspicion, distrust, and paranoia in general; A Targeted Individual can be further tormented and victimized by society and Gang Stalkers because of these similarities.

Organized Gang Stalkers are evil scumbags, so they will commit the evil of gang stalking, which can manifest to symptoms of PPD. Then, they will gas-light the targeted individual by stating that the targeted individual may have PPD. This article is intended to map where these two circumstances may overlap and to help mitigate the negative effects they may have on a Targeted Individual because of the similarities.

What is Paranoid Personality Disorder?

Paranoid personality disorder (PPD) is a mental health condition marked by a long-term pattern of distrust and suspicion of others without adequate reason to be suspicious (paranoia). People with PPD often believe that others are trying to demean, harm or threaten them.

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Symptoms of Paranoid Personality Disorder

  • Generalized mistrust
  • Tendency to bear grudges
  • Paranoia
  • Pervasive suspiciousness ‐ Read hidden meanings in the innocent remarks or casual looks of others.
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Easily insulted ‐ Perceive attacks on their character that aren’t apparent to others.
  • Eager observation ‐ Have difficulty relaxing.
  • Tendency to interpret others’ actions as hostile
  • Inability to collaborate ‐ reluctant to confide in others or reveal personal information because they’re afraid the information will be used against them.
  • Detachment ‐ cold and distant in their relationships with others and might become controlling and jealous to avoid being betrayed.
  • Poor self-image
  • Hostility ‐ Be hostile, stubborn and argumentative.

PPD in Relation to Organized Gang Stalking

As people have done already, they will likely say that a targeted Individual in mental ill, and as the potential effects of Gang Stalking overlap with PPD, a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, or people in general may say that the Targeted Individual has PPD.

PPD Symptoms and Gang Stalking Tactics