If you read my blog, you know that I was thrown out of the library a year ago. I wrote in my blog that as soon as my time was up, I’d head straight for the library and get a library card.
Well, my year is up. I headed for the library with the card someone accused me of stealing. As I got closer to the library, my nerves were getting the better of me. I didn’t know how things would go. Would they me let back into the library, and if they didn’t, how would I react? As I walked up the stairs of the library, I held my head high and walked into the library. My legs began to shake. I opened the door and almost hit myself. I walked over to the girl at the front desk and handed her my card. The card I ‘d been accused of stealing. She said to me, “It says here you used foul language and used someone else’s I.D. I replied, “That card is the one I was accused of stealing and that is my card. And I did not use anyone’s I.D.” She replied, “Well, I have to talk with the supervisor and see if it’s all right to give you a new card.” She came back with the woman who’d thrown me out of the library. I have to tell you I was not too happy to see her. She’d set me up to get me thrown out of the library, and she knew I didn’t do anything.
She told the girl it was all right to give me a new library card. The girl asked her, “Does she have to pay for a new card? She didn’t lose her card.” The woman replied, “No. We’re giving her a break.” I responded, “Giving me a break! How?” The woman responded, “By not charging you.” The woman had set me up, thrown me out of the library and lied about me using foul language. Give me a break!
While I was waiting for my library card, the supervisor brought over a security guard. She was talking to him, and telling him I should be watched. Later on, when I was downstairs waiting to use the computer, I caught him trying to take a picture of me. When I saw him, I said, “Do you want me to pose for you?” The security guard laughed and said he was not taking a picture of me. If he was not trying to take a picture of me that means he was trying to use his phone to hit me.
I’m writing about the incident at the library because this is the sort of thing that will happen to you as a target. There is nothing the savages won’t do to you. You’ll get thrown out of libraries, stores, community centers, buses, etc. You’ll never be left alone. And the lies they tell about you are outrageous. Lies like you’re very violent, an alcoholic, on medication for mental illness, called a Lesbian, or a pedophile, if you’re a man. They’ll lie and say you’re a thief, sex addict, and any nasty thing they can pin on you. Whatever evil is in the world, they’ll say you committed. They’ll slander your reputation non-stop. You go from being a decent, hard-working, honest, don’t bother anyone kind of person, to one that is the scum of the earth. A person that is so bad that you need to be under surveillance 24/7.
They’ll screw you in any way they can. None of them has an ounce of humanity. They’ve been told to treat targets like dirt and they do. They enjoy it. Finally, they’ve been given power they never had before and take full advantage of it. If they could get away with killing you, I’m sure they would.
If you’re new to targeting, you will experience a lot of incidents as the one I did above. Every minute of the rest of your life will make you think you died and went straight to hell. And as far as I can tell, it never ends. Some people have been victims of gang stalking for over 40 years, for most of their lives. So gang stalking is nothing new. Because of 9/11 and the terrorists (and the Patriot Act in the U.S.), a lot more citizens have become targets.
I wish I could give you good news and tell you things will get better, but they won’t. If anything, they’ll probably get worse as time goes by.
- Gang Stalking – It’s a lonely life… (neverending1.wordpress.com)