Documentary on Zerzetzen: Spies, Lies, and Threats

Roderick Russel details in this documentary the horrific reality of covert harassment and overt surveillance — Zersetzen — being unleashed by secret agencies and Intelligence services in Canada on his family, as also on thousands of individuals around the world. Harassment includes interference online with emails, telephones, computers, databases, and cyber-bullying with images of pointed pistols and Satanic imagery, introduction of viruses, deletion of text and files, rotating screens; harassment is also physical and includes deliberate accidents and street theater. Overt surveillance is continuous and attempts to intimidate individuals. This is a horrific reality that is unfolding all around us.

Police and politicians who are informed are afraid to interfere because of the involvement of the secret police and spy agencies. No investigation takes place when someone who is blacklisted reports the harassment. Secret agencies are in fact training people in Zersetzen. Listen to his account:

Documentary on ZERSETZEN – Spies, Lies and Threats from Roderick Russell on Vimeo.

Also see this article on the report, excerpted here: “ZERSETSEN STARTS WITH SLANDER – THEN THE THREATS

As the Report describes, Zerzetsen starts with character assassination and slander. It’s about manipulating people or groups of people by typical STASI methods (hearsay, gossip, lies, spreading rumours about someone – the list goes on).

Years of intimidation, harassment, surveillance, telephone tapping, and death threats follow. A classic STASI technique – with both oneself and one’s children threatened. The different types of threats are described in the Report.”

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