Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – What would it take to get you to move?

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English: Busy afternoon on the beach At the height of the summer season, there is little spare room on the Cobb beach. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Rain, Rainy weather (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If someone you trusted offered you $1,000 to move to a different city, would that be enough?  More?  Or would you need other things (the promise of friends  or better weather?)  What would they need to offer you before you’d instantly say yes?  Or if you already want to move, what would it take to get you to stay?

$1,000 to move.  Ha, ha, ha.  That $1,000 wouldn’t  even move me across the street.  No insult to this topic, but it’d take a lot more to move.   Today someone  needs between $3,000 –  5,000 to move.  If you’re doing your own moving, it will still cost you a lot of money.  With gas, putting a deposit on a new place, rental of truck, etc., it adds up.

As to moving  for the promise of friends or better weather, things like this never hold up.  People are the same wherever you go, so if you’re moving for friendship purposes, you might be disappointed.  Maybe they’ve changed, or maybe you’ve changed.  Time has changed the way the  people you knew used to be.

As to better weather, I moved to Florida because friends promised me better weather and a lot of sunshine.  There was a lot of sunshine, but there was also tons of  rain.  The summer season brought with it  non-stop  rain, sheets of rain.  There were days I got caught in the  rain storms and ran home soaking wet.  And there are  a lot of lightning storms.  Scary lightning storms, which cause electricity to  go out during the summer.  We went without  air conditioning and had to put up  with  humid, humid weather.  Oh, how can I possibly forget about the hurricane season, with even more rain and winds strong enough to blow a house apart.  And I always felt wet.  So moving somewhere for weather, no time soon.

I would like to move, but my situation with gang stalking will remain the same wherever I go.  So moving would be a waste of what little money I have left.  I would move, though, if someone I knew could promise me an apartment/house  that is safe.  Safe in every way.  It would be a one level house, or apartment;  windows that had  safety glass;  no neighbors nearby;  away from a parking lot, street; sensors all along the house, letting me know when someone was in the vicinity;  a security system that would allow me to see the area surrounding the house.  Then I’d definitely move.  Of course, there’s no such thing as anything being 100% safe, but at least I’d have a running chance.

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Did You Hear? Texas Plans to Fingerprint EVERYONE within the Next 12 Years

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Texas, Texas, Texas, you should be ashamed of yourself! What next? A chip implanted in everyone so Texas knows where they are? The U.S. government is already doing that to a lot of Americans. I’m one of those Americans.

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Originally posted on Conspiracies: Fact or Fiction:

Activist Post
By Daisy Luther

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(In case you missed it…)

The Texas Department of Public Safety might as well be called the Texas Department of Public Invasiveness.

They’ve launched a plan to fingerprint every single person of driving age in the state, after which they will add the person’s prints to the criminal database.

Is it just me or is that a rather Dystopian plan?

Jon Cassidy ofWatchdog.org writes:

The credit for breaking the news on those two items goes to consumer affairs columnist Dave Lieber of the Dallas Morning News, whose long-running “Watchdog” column often shows up in my Google Alerts, for obvious reasons.

As an old-school columnist, Lieber tends to keep his opinions subdued, and he doesn’t generally call people dishonest. But I have no problem with doing that, so I’d like to point out that the DPS spokesman he quotes at length is less than…

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Gang Stalking – Can FBI pose as repairmen to search someone’s home?

The FBI’s at it again. – trying to mess with American rights.  Listen to the story, or read it, http://www.npr.org/2014/10/29/359725475/can-authorities-cut-off-utilities-and-pose-as-repairmen-to-search-a-home

I have an answer “No”. The case is going to court. Knowing how judges are so crooked today, they’ll probably rule for the FBI. That’s how we targets all ended up on the “Blacklist”, with an approval stamp by a judge.

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7 Things The Middle-Class Can’t Afford Anymore

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I love the cartoon. That’s why I’m re-blogging this.

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Originally posted on Conspiracies: Fact or Fiction:

Zero Hedge
by Erika Rawes

Though there is some debate over the exact income a middle class household brings in, we do have an idea of who the middle class are — most working class people. Today’s bourgeoisie is composed of laborers and skilled workers, white collar and blue collar workers, many of whom face financial challenges. Bill Maher reminded us a few months back that 50 years ago, the largest employer was General Motors, where workers earned an equivalent of $50 per hour (in today’s money). Today, the largest employer — Wal-Mart — pays around $8 per hour.

The middle class has certainly changed. We’ve ranked a list of things the middle class can no longer really afford. We’re not talking about lavish luxuries, like private jets and yachts. The items on this list are a bit more basic, and some of them are even necessities. The ranking of…

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Amtrak: Purchasing Train Tickets With Cash is a “Suspicious Activity”

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Are you an Amtrak passenger? Be careful out there. The government’s watching everything you’re doing.

Originally posted on Conspiracies: Fact or Fiction:

InfoWars
by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON

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Purchasing train tickets with cash, exiting a train before or after other passengers, or appearing calm or nervous are all examples of behavior that Amtrak employees have been told to report as “suspicious activity.”

A document entitled Guidelines for Amtrak Customer Service Employees, which was obtained by the ACLU after an FOIA request, lists a number of different behaviors that are “indicative of criminal activity” and should immediately be reported to law enforcement personnel by Amtrak ticket agents.

Those behaviors include;

- Unusual nervousness of traveler
– Unusual calmness or straight ahead stare
– Looking around while making telephone call(s)
– Position among passengers disembarking (ahead of, or lagging behind passengers)
– Carrying little or no luggage
– Purchase of tickets in cash
– Purchase tickets immediately prior to boarding

Of course, such behaviors are so ludicrously broad that virtually…

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Gang Stalking- Perverts not getting “action” at home feel need to let me know.

I’m calling the last 8-9 days “Penis Week”. Why, you wonder? Well, it’s been  8-9 days that I’ve had men showing me their penis or playing with their penis. So it’s been 8-9 days of men showing me their penis. It began with a homeless man letting me see him pee. And then when I was in the library, one of the hackers sitting in front of me, began playing with himself. And then Saturday, I was on the bus and a man tried to hit me electronically with his phone.  He looked at his phone as if to figure out why he couldn’t hit me. Then he got angry.  He retaliated by playing with his “privates” . Of  course, that made him feel better.  He felt like a real man. I said to him ( I did try to keep my mouth shut), “Oh, you can’t hit me so you have to touch yourself to show me you’re a man”‘ That really, really made him angry.  He clenched his fist and looked at me. He looked as if he wanted to hit me in the face. He called me a few names I won’t repeat here. He looked as if he has anger issues. I left the back of the bus and went up front near the bus driver. Of course, I’m no safer near the bus driver, but at least I get can  off the bus quickly.  And then walking home, a man came toward me. As he came closer and closer, he put his hand to his penis and came toward me playing with himself.  And then I got to the complex where I live, near the park, and a man passed by me holding his penis.

I must tell you, I’m sick of all the perverts.  How low can any man get? I don’t think they can get any lower.  I’m sure this is going to keep happening. It’s been happening to me now for about 2 years. It began in Wal-Mart with 3 men and I wrote about the incident. And now it’s become a thing all the perverts do when they have nothing better to get me with. When they can’t hit me electronically with their phones, or do something that I don’t let annoy me, they turn to touching themselves.  I guess they’re not getting any action at home and feel the need to let me know they’re not.

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Gang Stalking – When will someone listen to target complaints?

I haven’t written anything lately about what’s going on in the library, but nothing’s changed. It’s worse than ever. Criminals all over the place.

Yesterday,  I  sat waiting to get on the computer. I was in chair #1 and the chair faces the person in chair #2. This creep saw me looking straight ahead and he put his hand between his legs and began playing with himself.  There are no cameras in this area and I thought of going to the librarian and telling her what the creep was doing, but I knew she’d just say he wasn’t doing anything. I said to the creep. “I wish I had a video camera. I’d record you, you creep.”  He acted as if he’d done nothing. As a matter of fact, the creep is sitting at computer # 6 now. Oh, no, I’m wrong. He left. He knows I’m writing about him. Well, all I can say is good riddance. Sicko! Maybe he won’t return again. He’s one of those creeps who shows up every day. Oh, I’m wrong again. He’s now sitting at computer #7. I thought he was gone because his jacket is on the back of computer #6.  I know he’s a hacker so he’s probably reading what I’m writing. He’s also getting help from creep on computer #10. The creep in number 10 keeps deleting what I type. They help each other way that way because they’re all criminals.

It seems these criminals have no shame. And why should they have shame?  They get away with so much. They can do anything they want to me and get away with it.  But I, however, can’t complain about any of them because they’ll deny they do anything and they’ll be believed. The U.S. has really gone to hell. When criminals have more rights than regular people, you know there’s a problem with the country.

And the criminal in computer #7  is still sitting at the computer knowing he has nothing to worry about.   Oh, the hacker on computer #10 just left. I think he’s afraid he’ll get in trouble. He’s new. It’s the first time I’ve seen him. Good riddance.

When is all the crap going to end? When? When will someone listen to us?

 

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Why I Will Not Submit To Medical Martial Law

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This man makes a lot of sense. It’s too bad the American people are not listening to people like him.

Originally posted on Conspiracies: Fact or Fiction:

Alt-Market
by Brandon Smith

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One of the most dangerous philosophical contentions even amongst liberty movement activists is the conundrum of government force and prevention during times of imminent pandemic. All of us at one time or another have had this debate. If a legitimate viral threat existed and threatened to infect and kill millions of Americans, is it then acceptable for the government to step in, remove civil liberties, enforce quarantines, and stop people from spreading the disease? After all, during a viral event, the decisions of each individual can truly have a positive or negative effect on the rest of society, right? One out of control (or “lone wolf”) citizen/terrorist could reignite a biological firestorm, so, should we not turn to government and forgo certain freedoms in order to achieve the greater good for the greater number?

If the government in question was a proven and honorable institution, then…

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