Gang Stalking – Get off your ass and do something!

Washington DC

Washington DC (Photo credit: ktylerconk)

In front of 170 W 130 St., March on Washington...

In front of 170 W 130 St., March on Washington, l to r, Bayard Rustin, Deputy Director, and Cleveland Robinson, Chairman of Administrative Committee / World Telegram & Sun photo by O. Fernandez. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: A participant of a Zombie walk, Asbur...

English: A participant of a Zombie walk, Asbury Park NJ, USA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

After a while, we targets become a little traumatized.  We don’t realize this for a while.  We become used to living the life of a target. We’re always on edge waiting for the next insult to come, or the next hit.  We get so used to it, we become paralyze and afraid of freedom.  We’ve become accustomed to watching our backs.  To expect the worse every day.  That’s why gang stalking is still happening.  After so many years of  gang stalking, we become used to not living a free life.  It’s torture we’ve become used to.  It’s like we’ve been kept in a small, dark cell without sunshine.  We become afraid of freedom.  Gang stalking has become our life. And we don’t realize how it’s taken  over our life.  That’s how traumatized we become.

Now, targets, you can’t let this happen to you.   You have to get off your zombie state and your asses and do something about what’s happening to you.  You cannot expect anyone to save us.  We can’t expect to sit on our asses and expect the world to save us.  We have to save ourselves because no one is willing to hear what we have to say, nor do anything to help us.  We have to fight back.  I don’t care how you do, but you can’t stay in your zombie state.  That’s not a good state to be in.

I know your life has been hell, but no one has gotten anywhere by sitting on their asses. They fought back.  The U.S. didn’t become a free(?) country by people who sat around and felt sorry for themselves.  The people who fought for this country to be free were very ordinary people who accomplished great things by fighting back.  If you read the history of some of the first freedom fighters, you will find out that a lot of them had problems – alcoholism, were very poor, had not mother and father, etc.  They were very, very ordinary, but one thing they had in common was a belief in freedom.  They were willing to die to live free.  So we can’t sit around feeling sorry for ourselves.  We have to get out and fight in any way we can. Write blogs, tell  people what’s happening, get in touch with politicians, write letters to newspapers, take part in a protest,  march on Washington. Just do something!   We can’t let this continue happening to us.  We have to stop the madness.

Stop being a zombie and get involved.  Get off your asses and do something, or else we’ll never free of this horror we’re experiencing.

Now, get going and do something! Get off your asses!

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