Gang Stalking – “Tell Freedom I said hello”

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“Tell freedom I said hello.”  Lauren DeStefano

I don’t like what’s happening to me, but I’m glad it happened.  I’ve learned so much from the experience of gang stalking.

1.  Don’t depend on your family or friends, because when it comes time for them to stand up for you, they won’t.  They’re just human being with warts. They’ll run like rats when it comes to fighting the government.  They’ll believe whatever the government tells them about us than believe  someone they’ve known all their lives.

2.   I used to believe in gun control. But experiencing gang stalking has made me realize how important the Second Amendment is.  The general public should always have access to guns.  If we don’t, a dictator can easily take over the country.  It is the guns that will keep the government from our doors.

3.   Most Americans are really spoiled, and that includes me.  We’ve grown up with no wars on our soil.  So we have no idea what hell war really is.

4.   We’ve always had food to eat.  Even poor Americans have had food to eat.

5.   We have a free educational system.  All we have to do is show up. A lot of people in other countries have to pay for this privilege.  It’s not a “given” for them.

6.   Most of our lives we’ve been free.  We’ve been free to live our lives as we see fit.  No one followed us around watching everything we did and said.

7.  I never really understood freedom. I always thought freedom was doing my thing, and everyone else doing theirs.  But freedom is more than this.

8.   I always thought government in our lives was a good thing. But I was wrong.  The less government interference in our lives, the better.  The more control the government has over us, the less freedom we have.

9.   I’ve learned that the Second Amendment is very, very important.  That it is not something for the people to try to change. Once the government starts nitpicking on our Second Amendment, that’s the beginning of  our country becoming less free.  It is the one Amendment, more than any other, that will keep Americans free.  The right to pick up our guns and fight a dictatorship is very important.  Our Second Amendment should be left alone.  No one should screw with it.

I once met a woman who told me she had to leave her country. I asked her, “Why did you have to leave?”  She replied, “A bunch of thugs took it over.”   I said, “Why didn’t people fight back?”   She replied, “They had all the guns.”

I’ve never forgotten what she said to me.  It was the beginning of my awakening.

So our job is more than doing “our thing” and everybody doing “their thing.”  It is our job as citizens to make sure our freedom’s protected. That we’re always on watch to make sure it’s not taken away from us.

All we have to do is take a look at other countries that have become dictatorships.

I’ve never really understood what freedom is. I’ve always had it. I took it for granted.  It took gang stalking to make me realize what a gift I have, and to wake me up.

I used to be an UltraLiberal. There are so many things that I didn’t understand about freedom. I cringe at the thought. How could I have been so blind?  So blind as to what freedom really is.  So, in a way, I’m glad gang stalking entered my life; otherwise, I”d be one blind rat.

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6 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – “Tell Freedom I said hello”

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  2. Also, how do all these crazy ass “shooters” end up with virtual arsenals of weapons when I bet I could not get one gun for all the tea in China. Psyops!!!

  3. Because I have a “mental health” background and they started those checks, I will never ever be able to get a gun. They closed the gun show loophole as well. If you get a gun “illegally” you will get heavy prison time. The only way for me to get a weapon is “illegally”. I was tricked into the mental health system at a very early age. I heard of a man getting turned down for a gun license because he was caught with a bit of POT like 20 years ago. They use ANYTHING to deny a gun. I bet if I had a gun and never used it, just kept it in a drawer or locked up, the little cockroach perps would think twice about harassing me day in and day out. I wake up to threats everyday over V2k telling me they won’t let me out of the house today. I bet they would shut up if I had a gun. Even if you DO get a gun you can only have it at’s all bullshit. You need another permit to carry it around for protection outside the home plus required lessons I think. Back 100 years ago every man carried a weapon and a woman alone would too. They have just about legislated the right to bear arms out of existence. I still remember the ti who got a gun and stupidly bragged about it…she ended up in the State Hospital, no gun, forced meds…If you brag about it they will set you up and come and get you. I bet even if a ti quietly keeps a gun the cops will find some reason for a visit.

    • That’s why I warn TIs not to get medication. They won’t be able to buy a gun. But even if we don’t take meds, or been in mental hospital, I think we targets won’t be allowed to one.

      • It took me 17 years to figure out I was a ti and it was loong before that that I was lassoed into the psychiatric system by my parents. The evil ones were determined to get me tagged as nuts. Even in elementary school the school shrink was calling my mother.

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