Gang Stalking – No sympathy from me for 501(c) targets.

The national debt clock outside the IRS office...

The national debt clock outside the IRS office in NYC. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Seal of the Internal Revenue Service's Office ...

Seal of the Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Chief Counsel. The design is the same as the Treasury seal with an IRS/OCC inscription. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I must admit  I’m getting  sick of hearing about those people who the IRS harassed.  I heard one of the senators today ask an IRS target:  Did you think the government could ever target you like this?  The woman answered by saying she was very upset and didn’t think she could ever trust the government again. She was asked to show her donor list. My! What harassment!

Come on, now.  The IRS was doing its job. It’s supposed to check out what it has doubts about. Congress (Republicans) is using the IRS story to get sympathy for itself. Their ratings are so low, they had to do something to make themselves look good.  Plus, the Congressmen don’t want anyone to mess with the 501(c) people.  The 501(c) people are the people from whom they are going to be getting money for their campaigns. And it’s a no-no to pick on their contributors.  How dare the government pick on their  contributors!  It’s just wrong, wrong, wrong.

But it annoys me that these 501(c) people are getting so much sympathy. Oh, what poor souls! They’re being harassed by the IRS.  How dare the IRS harass American citizens.

What bullshit!

Why doesn’t Congress go after the people who are really harassing American citizens?  But we don’t count, we’re not 501(c) people. We won’t be contributing to the campaigns of Congressmen.  So, it’s okay if we real targets continue to be victims of government harassment.  They don’t care what happens to us.  They only care about getting attention for their 501(c) people.  And the 501(c) people are eating it up.  They’re testifying on how horrible their experience has been.  How they were questioned on why they should be considered a 501(c) group.  How they’re so upset about being questioned that they can’t sleep. Oh, my heart goes out to all these 501(c) people.

The 501(c) people should experience what it is really like to be a target.  They should experience break-ins to their homes every day. They should be awaken every two hours at night.  They should experience someone following them everywhere. They should experience having clothes torn, furniture ruin, things stolen, etc. They should experience rude treatment everywhere they go.  They should experience never being left alone for a minute, lots of noise constantly, treated like a thief.  And all those really great things that happen to us on a day-to-day basis.  Then they can complain about  harassment from government.

What suffering did they endure?  Being asked a few questions?  Give. Me. A. Break.  So what if  the IRS asked few a more questions!  I wish that’s the sort of harassment I and other targets are experiencing.  We would kill for this kind of targeting.

So, 501(c) people, you don’t get any sympathy for me.  You’re all a bunch of babies.  Now go cry some more…waaaaaaa.

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