There’s someone who writes a blog and I have his/her blogs sent to my email address. His/her emails were overwhelming my inbox. Within a day, I’d receive 50 emails. If I don’t check my email for a day or more, there are about 500 emails in my inbox, most of them from this person. At first, I thought nothing of it, but I wondered how someone can have all that time to send out all those emails. So I began to think about it. There have to be a lot of people helping this person fill my box with all these emails. And then it hit me. The reason.
I think this person is a perp. He/she wants only his/her blog to be read. There are so many blogs, it’s hard to have time to read anyone’s else’s blogs. I write a blog almost every day, and that takes a while. And every once in a while, I re-send someone’s blog. The blogs this person posts seem helpful, but I don’t think they are. These posts are always about inciting people to commit violence.
And while I write blogs that might rile someone to violence, the blogs I write are about my experience as a target. And I rage against the government because I want it to leave me alone. I want to live my life in peace and be able to do what I want. I don’t want a bunch of nitwits following me around everywhere I go. And I definitely don’t want anyone to commit a violent act. I want everyone to be left alone to live their life in peace.
This person never really writes anything of substance, just a lot of videos that anyone can see on YouTube. It’s like a YouTube channel. Nothing’s ever about what this person is experiencing as a target, and this makes me suspicious.
I might be totally wrong about this person, but my instincts are yelling at me to listen. So I’m listening to my instincts and warning all of you to be careful who and what you listen to. It might be someone who wants to lead you down the wrong path.
As course, I might be wrong. I really hope I’m wrong about this person, but there’s no way of knowing if I am. Just be careful out there.
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- YouTube Ranking Factors – Whiteboard Friday (seomoz.org)
- Gang Stalking – “No more hurting people. Peace.” Richard Martin (neverending1.wordpress.com)
- After Boston: Why It’s Important That We Keep Asking ‘Why?’ (huffingtonpost.com)