Gang Stalking – Almost thrown out of the library again…

English: The main reading romm of Graz Univers...

English: The main reading romm of Graz University Library (19th century) on 2 Sep 2003. Picture taken and uploaded by Dr. Marcus Gossler. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I knew it would happen.  The first day that I returned to the library, I got on a computer right away.  And there were like four or five people in the library. The second day I came back, I had to wait for three or four people before I got on the computer. And there were just a few more people  in the library.  And today, the library  is overrun with people.  People  fill the magazine section, the tables all have someone sitting in the chairs.  I had to wait in a long line to get on the computer.  And I almost got thrown out of the library again.

The creep sitting next to me was hitting me with electricity. I tried, I really did, try to keep quiet. But I didn’t succeed. I said to no one in particular something about all the perps in the library. The creep next to me  got angry and  said I called him a loser.  He said he was going to report me.  He left and came back with two librarians.  They asked me to get up, and follow them.  I did. The librarians asked me if I had called the man a “loser.”  I said I had said the word loser, but I didn’t say it directly to him.

The losers wouldn’t try this with anyone else, but they know we’re targets and no one will believe what we say.

The librarians believed me and told me to be a little more careful in how I say things, and how loud.

I replied that I wasn’t the one screaming, the man was.

The librarians told me that both of us would be thrown out of the library if either one of us said anything else.

I said okay and went back to my seat.

I really do try to keep my mouth shut, but the unfairness of the situation makes me speak up. The perps can surround me, hack my computer, hit me with electricity, annoy me and get away with it, but I have to sit quietly and behave like a good little girl.

Being a New Yorker,  I learned long ago not to let anyone step on me.  It’s a lesson I learned well. I guess I just have to learn to put a zipper in my mouth, otherwise, I’ll be thrown out of the library again.

I wondered how long it would be before I was thrown out of the library.  I wouldn’t place any bets on myself.

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7 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – Almost thrown out of the library again…

  1. I keep going thru your blog and seeing myself. Have had lib problems myself. Trying to do Bible study at the local branch here is impossible with all the v2k and other interruptions. I have had run ins with security at libraries until I was forced to use a library over 10 miles away to avoid security guards. One of the last times I was at the local library branch by the house a bunch of staffers went into a room, I heard my name, loud laughter, then “Christ Killer”. Evil evil place.

    • Really nice people those librarians are, aren’t they? I remember when librarians used to stand up for homeless people, now they get the police to beat up the homeless person. Evil, evil, evil place and people.

  2. I agree. She’s a bitch! I wonder what they’d say if you called them up and said you hadn’t seen her all day? If my neighbor did that, I’d be tempted to try it. He’s an asshole! And he’s single. Does your nighbor have an atachment? Just kidding. Imagine getting two perps together…doesn’t bear thinking about.

    The new thing with mine is they are following me everywhere to throw gravel into my car wherever I go. Store, work, home, bank…I open my car door and there’s gravel in my car. I brush it out and the next destination I get out at, when I get back, there’s more. What creeps! As if they don’t bother my car and it’s contents enough already! Yes, I lock it, but they are given copies of my keys from those which are stolen from my house and then brought back weeks later. Actually they do more miscief if I lock it than if I don’t as punishment for trying to keep them out, so I usually don’t bother, as it’s unlocked when I get back after leaving it locked anyway.

    Neverending, I hope you get your computer fixed soon!

    Oh, thank God for sweet little things to distract us – a wild rabbit just tripped down the snowy street. I love seeing those little critters!

    • They have a fascination with gravel. They leave it everywhere I go. Makes every place I go look dirty. But they really do this to attract electricity to you. I’ve been followed everywhere I go for four years now. The best thing to do is make believe they’re dead. I know it’s hard. I have a problem with it, but that’s the only way, you’ll survive the savages. I’m glad you had a good moment with the rabbits. Take care.

      • Interesting. I wonder how many other people they bother with gravel…proves they’re dirty and disgusting, that’s for sure! They should have to sleep in it. Yeah, the rabbits and squirrels are sweet. At least the GS’ers can’t turn them against us. The world’s not all bad. You take care too.

  3. You can use the computer at Kinko’s too, but it’s not free. My downstairs neighbor (perp) called the Sheriff’s dept. Christmas day because she hadn’t “seen me all day”. We normally go weeks without seeing eachother. 3 deputies showed up at my door yelling and pounding on the door. I was so angry at that bitch, I told her to never speak to me again.

    • Of course, she’s a perp and she’s been watching you. We’re watched 24/7, in spite of what all targets think. It’s amazing how quickly the Sheriff’s Department shows up when a report is made about us. We call and no one shows up. A bitch she is.

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