Stop the hate speech!
A cybercriminal abusing mountain communities and their foreign guests, in Hunza, Pakistan. This website is intented to be an arkive of this, unseen before, radicalized behavior.
When you are facing harassment, the best and usual answer is: “do not feed the troll”. It is subject to the fact you are actually facing a troll. However, if your aggressor is a psychopath, silence will not help while the stalker will make everything to get your reputation being trashed thru defamation, calumnious denunciation & bullying. The toxic psychopath taking the control of your public image may result in potential legal and physical consequences for you.
You need to promote your own discourse, to counter the aggressor’s speech and to document the abuses you are facing. Last but not least, you need to make sure you 100% DESTROY the cybercriminal’s ability to lure people.
These are the objectives of this website.
How is it possible to have your numerical reputation 100% under control, even when you face the most disturbing web attacks?
Over last year, I was under rabid attacks of a radicalized female cybercriminal from Pakistan, Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Alam. Thousands of posts have been published against me on Facebook and Twitter using anonymous or impersonating profiles. Facebook has been extremely poorly cooperative. Twitter moderation was inefficient when not supporting these criminal activities. National and local police, Iinterpol, Nantes (my city) Mayor and Municipality, addressees of endless calumnious denunciations, never answered any of my requests in contradiction with their obligations according to French law. French justice and lawyers could not sanction a stalker acting from an international judicial loop-hole. Pakistani authorities did nothing.
How a heavy Social Media campaign based on Ms Ramla Akhtar’s model missed its goals & had painful counter-effects?
In 2008, Ms Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, a young graduated female from South Pakistan introduced her expertise on a public presentation « Wake Up on Social Media». There, she explained her strategy, while proposing consulting services from her “NEXT>by Ramla” consulting firm. Twelve years after, Ms Ramla Akhtar had the opportunity to implement, for herself, her Social Media strategy in the context of a crisis she is facing with a mountain minority. It did not work. The congenital defects of her theoretical model were not amended. Meanwhile, no update was brought to an already aged strategy, despite the fast technology and practices evolution.
Stories from a cybercriminal abusing mountain communities and their foreign guests, in Hunza, Pakistan
These are stories of Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, a toxic female social media user, from Pakistani lowlands who wants to promote distress and hatred in the Upper Hunza Valley. These malicious stalker abuses of the ethnic and religious minorities of the mountain and attacks merciless foreign visitors.
There are some clues education and social progress will not be enough to protect us from Islamist fanatism and terrorism. Here is the example of a Female Pakistani, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, evidences a specific potential side of such a hybrid war.
From September 18, 2019, onwards, Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, weaponizes twitter into a frenetic stalking tool. Residing in Pakistan and having her victim in France, she prospers in a judicial loophole. None of this would have been possible if the target would live in the same country than the tormentor. Therefore, reviewing her abuses and outrages is a golden mine for learning the worst practises which may occur on an unregulated social media. This could be of interest for any scholar studying this kind of cybercriminality or for any entity wanting to introduce some morality in such a chaos
We saw how the cybercriminal Ms. Ramla Akhtar, aka Rmala Aalam, impersonated a Wakhi family guesthouses “website”, under forgery, use of forgery, defamation, stalking and impersonation attacks by a cybercriminal” . This paper was published on April 04, 2020. Less than 24 hours after, the presentation brought its first result.