Cults and Cult Apologists Who Gang Stalk

Gang stalking (also known as “organized stalking”) “is the covert organized surveillance and harassment of a targeted individual by multiple perpetrators. The goal is to systematically isolate and harass the victim using tactics whose cumulative effects amount to psychological torture.”

Tactics include:

* Flooding your book/website/online presence with negative comments to drive down the ratings
* Making websites in an attempt to discount you
* Leaving negative comments and thumbs down on YouTube videos
* Blogging about you negatively
* Calling you a liar
* Attempting to trigger you emotionally in any way possible, even attacking your mental health
* Hacking into websites
* Re-selling your book/item for profit
* Digging up parts of your past in an attempt to discredit your present as if humans do not change and/or grow

Some cults go further and actually physically stalk individuals; slash tires, harrass family members and even murder individuals. If one has ever watched Deadly Devotion they can see examples of this. 

I deeply observe the mindsets of my critics, who so far have been seemingly either current members of Sam Fife’s Move of God cult or ex-members who are cult apologists.

A few days ago, a negative review was left on my Amazon link for Cult Child. I expected this behavior long before I began to write. This is what cults do. I have never been overly concerned with it. 1. I find that the guiltiest yell the loudest and 2. I appreciate their reviews because each one of them proves even more, the validity of my story.

Here’s why:

This last review alleged that my book was filled with lies and that it was vague. So my first response, naturally, is, how could you possibly know that unless you were on the cult with me, because that would be the only way anything the critic had to say could be valid. They would have to have been there. Therefore this person either is one of my abusers or witnessed the abuse.

Here say doesn’t stand up in court. Just because Sister Marie calls me a liar doesn’t make it so. She has to prove it. Even in court, the burden of proof is not on the victim.

**update** I responded to the commenter who called my book a farce. I asked them, if it is so, they must have been there, witnesses or participated.  I asked them which compound they were housed in to know?  The next day, the commenter had deleted their comment.

I happily welcome the opportunity when I might step before a judge with my evidence. I’m ready for what they’ll possibly do to hide the truth. No matter what, the truth is now out there in print, and the truth will live long after I leave this planet.

It will live in every word of Cult Child’s pages, in the words of this blog and from the mouths of my siblings and every other source who verified these memories. It will live through my sons who will insure it’s continued copyright. It will live through my grandchildren. It will live through every person who has a copy of it. It will live always.

and this is why my critics don’t count.

Gail Treadwell, Author of “Holy Hell”

I had the privilege of meeting this author at a cult conference.  She is an amazing woman, and her book, Holy Hell, is riveting.  Many thanks to Gail for her review of Cult Child:

I found this book engaging and eloquently written. Even though it is written in the form of a novel, I consider it memoir material. The story is told through the eyes of an innocent child who endured years of abuse, and relied on her creative spirit, passion and connection with her inner world to survive. You will fall in love with this little girl’s feisty and vivacious spirit.

Fortunately, the author is using her hard earned life experience to draw attention to the devastating affects on children being raised in cults. They never had any say in the matter.

Vennie, I say bravo for your heartfelt and brave work.

Gail Tredwell
Author of Holy Hell: A Memoir of Faith, Devotion, and Pure Madness