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Gang Stalking – What “American Dream”?!

Rally in support of Bradley Manning on August ...

Rally in support of Bradley Manning on August 8, 2010, in Quantico, Virginia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Asyl für Edward Snowden

Asyl für Edward Snowden (Photo credit: ubiquit23)

It’s the day after our great Independence Day holiday. I think the patriots of old would be crying for what America has become.  If they only knew what all the work they did to gain freedom from Britain has led to, they’d start to cry.  All that fighting to gain freedom was for naught.

And Edward Snowden still hasn’t been given asylum anywhere.  He’s still in the Russian airport trying to find a country that will grant him asylum.  I think Edward Snowden asked about twenty-four countries, but very few of them agreed to even think about it.  All these countries are afraid to take Edward Snowden in because the U.S. government has probably threatened to take away their aid, or stop trading  with them. The U.S. probably threatened to take away millions of dollars it gives to the countries it has under its control.

And Bradley Manning‘s trial has come to an end.  Now, we have to wait and see what happens to him.  We haven’t heard too much about Bradley

The Statue of Liberty front shot, on Liberty I...

The Statue of Liberty front shot, on Liberty Island. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Manning’s trial.  I guess it’s better if too much of what he knew never came out.  It might awaken the American sheep to protest, and, of course, the government doesn’t want that to happen.  Just keep the American public doing its thing.  Let them continue watching their t.v.s, playing with phones, and eating themselves to death.  That’s a good American!

I feel for Edward Snowden.  He’s a man without a country.  He can’t come back to the U.S. or he’ll be immediately arrested and have the same thing happen to him that happened to Bradley Manning.  He’ll be put in some prison, stripped naked and tortured until he tells the U.S. government everything it wants to know.  And we call the U.S. a free country!

I haven’t done a damn thing and I’m tortured every single day.  There isn’t a day that some freak isn’t doing something to me to make my life a living hell.  So can you imagine what they’ll do to Edward Snowden?  If  I were Edward Snowden, I’d go on a hunger strike. I wouldn’t eat, say anything, and let them treat me like the prisoner the government has made me.

And people continue to come to the U.S. to live the American Dream.  There is no American Dream, and there has never been.  The American Dream is just a dream.  That’s why it’s called a “dream.”

I once believed all the garbage fed to me by the government, so I know how hard it is to think in a different way.  And I would still be thinking that way if the government hadn’t done me a favor and awaken me to what’s going on.  I became one of their many targets.  And after four miserable years, I’m still their target and suffering its torture day after day.  I haven’t been put in prison, but as I might as well be for the little freedom I really have.  I’m followed everywhere I go, watched by cameras in my home, and hit with electricity all the time.

What a great American Dream I’m living?!

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Gang Stalking – Get out and vote!

English: Cartogram of the Electoral Vote for U...

English: Cartogram of the Electoral Vote for US President in 2004, 2008 and the swing between the two. The 113 vote swing accounts for Kerry’s 251 votes plus the one rogue Minnesota vote for John Edwards. Each square represents one electoral vote. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Voted (Photo credit: Daveblog)

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Today in the U.S.,  it’s Election Day.  A day where we vote for the new, or old, President.  I would like anyone in the U.S., who is reading my blog, to get out and vote.  Vote your conscience. I know a few people who feel that if we vote, it’s a wasted vote. These people feel that no matter for whom we vote, things in the U.S. will remain the same, that nothing will change.  But I still have hope and believe in the “American dream” for all Americans.  I know it gets harder and harder every year to believe in the American Dream.  We’ve all been, and are still going, through some tough times, but we’ve been through tough times before and survived.  And survive we will.  We Americans are a tough lot. Nothing will stop us from succeeding. We have to keep believing.  We have to keep believing in the American Dream.

An American Dream

So, if you’re reading this, go out and vote.  No matter who your candidate is, vote.  Don’t waste your vote by not voting.  Millions of people all over the world would love to be in your place today — to have the right to vote!

Vote!   Vote!   Vote!   Vote!

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