Gang Stalking – And to a thousand more blogs – with WordPress.com, of course!

The Last of the Mohicans (1992 film)

The Last of the Mohicans (1992 film) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Writing boxes

Writing boxes (Photo credit: practicalowl)

Two Thousand and Ten Injuries

Two Thousand and Ten Injuries (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I’m celebrating an anniversary today. This is the 1000th blog I’ve written. Whoopee!

When I signed into WordPress.com on October, 2010, I knew I was going to write about the things happening to me. I signed on, but I didn’t write anything for a month. And then I logged in again and wrote one blog. I wrote about my visit to the library to watch the movie “The Last of the Mohicans“. It’s a movie about the new settlers to America and the Indians.  Of course, the Indians were all bad, and the newcomers were all good.  The movie is very patriotic.  And I felt a lump in my throat when I watched the movie. I so loved America  in spite of what was happening to me.  But with the patriotism shown on the screen, I was afraid to stay when the movie ended.  I was afraid that the people watching the movie would attack me, so I left as soon as the movie ended.

Since that first blog, I’ve gone through a metaphorsis. I no longer feel the tuck in my heart about America. I can’t say I hate the U.S., but the love I had for it, I no longer feel. It’s hard to feel love when someone is abusing me. And that abuser happens to the U.S. government. The government I once so respected. In the three years I’ve written my blog, I’ve gone through some horrific things. I’ve been beaten, almost arrested, had  implant put in my year, and, generally, the last five years of my life have been miserable ones. Never in my wildest dreams did I think America, the country I once loved, would abuse me this way. But it has and continues to abuse.

The first two years I had very little traffic to my blog, but I didn’t care.  Even if no one read my blog, I  was going to continue to write about my experience. I had  to leave a record of my existence,  and  to warn  others  of the danger to their freedom by the U.S. government.

So, here I am, almost five years later, and I have a lot more readers, and I’ve awaken some readers as to what is happening in their lives. And that’s the part that I like, letting others know that they’re not alone.  That there are a lot of others who are experiencing  the same thing. And that it’s a worldwide experience, The harassment is happening to people all over the world. Other governments are also harassing their citizens in the same way. My readers and I have  become community of targeted individuals, and we try to help each other in the really bad times.

When I began to write my blog, I didn’t think I could write one blog, and here I am, a thousand blogs later. I didn’t know I had that much writing in me.

It’s been a unique experience writing this blog. I’ve learned a few things I didn’t know about myself. The first one is, I’m stubborn as a mule and don’t give up easily.  I’ve been tested in ways I never thought  I’d be tested and I’ve survived, and  I’ve been made stronger by writing this blog.  If I should survive for as long as the harassment continues, I know that  after this… takes effect, everything will seem like kid’s play, the petty things in life will not bother me.  And I’ve learned to appreciate an ordinary day, since I seldom have ordinary days anymore. And today, if I went to see the movie “The Last of the Mohicans”, you can bet I wouldn’t come out first. The bastards no longer have any power over me. And I can tell all you targets, the b——s will get their day in prison.

And thank you readers for all the comments you make. You make my blog a lot more interesting.

And to a thousand more blogs…

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12 thoughts on “Gang Stalking – And to a thousand more blogs – with WordPress.com, of course!

  1. even if renounce my citizenship they wont kick me out of the country I’ve already checked that out I just wont get any benefit’s anymore it was just a passing thought. aim glad your still around to your like family to me

    • Well, this is the only family most of us have. Our real families turned into devils. I didn’t know that if someone renounced his citizenship that he would lose his benefits. Why should they, if they paid into the system, they should get their money back.

  2. Congrats on passing the 1,000 mark, long may you continue to blog!…I’m aiming to produce a grand total of ZERO blogs (there’s a clue in my screen name) in fact I really only created this account to comment on other people’s blogs, so if you ever see any blogs appearing on my account, you’ll know it wasn’t me!

  3. Hear Hear to more blogs from you ne. am very happy that were here learning and helping each other the advice on here is truthfull and how it really is for alot of us day to day and i learned and still learning about my own gangstalking horror movie and advice and how others are going through same things around the world to even for example the perp grin i always notice from day one before i knew i was a target indivdual i didnt know why they was doing that so i kept to myself its so good that i know its not just me and other targets have picked up on it to are lives are in danger everyday i do feel sorry for us targets i do care and we did not deserve this but i dont think its guna stop anytime soon either .they want demonic crentins in the world who sold they soul they dont want ‘US’ around whatever US is i dont really why people get targeted but i hope we will fight to the end god willing .

    • I’m willing to fight till the end. The b——s will not stop me. I’d rather die fighting than waiting around very sweetly for whatever is coming our way. In my opinion, nothing has been gained by sweetness, only oppressiveness.

    • Yeah, but where would you go? Look at Edward Snowden. They took away his passport, and without a passport, you’ll be a man without a country. And who would take us in, even if we have a passport? And I think wherever we go, we’ll suffer the same fate. I’m glad I’m still around, too. Sometimes I didn’t think I’d make it.

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