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Gang Stalking – Followed by perp in grocery store.

Yesterday, I had to get some food, so, of course, I went grocery shopping.   And, of course, as always, it’s a terrible experience.

From the moment I got into the store until I left, a perp  followed me around the store. There are always perps following me in the store, but this one stuck to me like glue. Every time I turned around, there was the idiot. He had a backpack on his cart. He would put his cart near me and walk away. I guess he left it there because I’m a thief and I’m going to steal his stuff. The first time I noticed this, I didn’t think anything, but when it kept happening over and over, I knew this creep was looking to get me arrested, or get me in some way. I ignored the cart and his backpack, but every time I turned around, there was the cart with the backpack.  He didn’t have anything in his cart. He wasn’t really shopping for anything. He was trying to get a payback by accusing me of stealing his backpack. He was dirty-looking and looked as if he hadn’t showered in months. I guess that’s how these people make their money, going after targets and getting paid. They’re disgusting, to say the least. This creep followed me until I left the store. I left the store, stopped in front of it to put my things together, turned around, and there was the creep right behind me. He didn’t have one thing in his cart.  Why  didn’t the security guard go after this man ? He was walking around not buying anything and following a customer around?   Of course, if I were to do the same thing, the security guard would have been on my back.

Oh, what fun it is to be a target and go grocery shopping!!!

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Gang Stalking – If you’re ever arrested, here’s what to do.

A lot of us targets have had run-ins with police. We haven’t done anything, but police like to harass us. So if this happens, below is the Miranda Warning.

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.  You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.  Do you understand the rights I have just read to  you? With these rights in mind, do you want to speak with me?” You have to respond “yes” or “no”. You cannot just shake your head “Yes” or “No”. It will not count. So if you want to speak, which I  suggest you don’t without a lawyer, say “yes”. If you don’t want to speak, say “no”.  And police cannot question you without a lawyer if you say “no”.

A police officer has to recite this warning anytime he’s going to question you.    All   states  have  Miranda  Warnings,  but differ in exactly what they say.

To protect yourself ,  you have to  answer questions about your name, age, address, etc., but don’t volunteer any information that might incriminate you. Just keep quiet and do what the police officer asks you to do.  Don’ t  quarrel with the officer and  always stay very, very calm.  And don’t start saying anything with he/she said, etc. Just keep you mouth shut.

I recommend you carry a copy of the Miranda Warning and keep it with you. This way you’ll always know what your rights are if a police officer ever arrests you.

I speak from personal experience.   I’ve had a few run-ins with police  who were up to no good.  And the way I described above is the way I handled the situation. I had no problem walking away. And you’ll always walk away if you stay very, very calm. And if you don’t walk away, remember your Miranda Warning.

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Gang Stalking – Street Theater, and dumb-ass gang stalkers.

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Yesterday, I ended my blog by saying I would write about “street theater.”

Street theater is what you think it is.  The gang stalkers want to get you in trouble, so they create street theater.  Let’s say you’re  outside and they want to get you in trouble, they’ll try to get you involved in an argument.  A group of gang stalkers will make remarks to  make you angry.  You open your mouth, and before you know, there’s an argument going on.  What the gang stalkers will do is call the police.  The police arrive and  all the gang stalkers will turn against you.  They’ll say that you began the fight; that you hurt someone.  And other gang stalkers will agree with the story. The police already know about you and will blame everything on you.

Or let’s say you’re taking a walk, you see a man who looks very intoxicated.  He heads straight for you and purposely bumps into you.  You say something to the man, and before you know, there’s a group surrounding you.  All of them blame you for whatever happened.  They’ll  be gang stalkers who were waiting by the side.  So they’re creating street theater.

Street theater doesn’t only happen on the street, theater also happens in stores.  Someone will make store theater occur by getting in front of you in line.   Or if you’re in the library, theater occurs  by someone taking a seat you were seating in.  You get up from your seat, your things are still where you were sitting, and some gang stalker will sit in your seat.   You return to your seat and say something to the gang stalker.  He’ll say that you left and he didn’t think you were coming back.  He will not move.   You typically, of course, get angry.  It’s  a normal reaction.

I was thrown out of the library about a year ago.  A woman next to me at a computer kept harassing me.  I tried to ignore her, but she wouldn’t stop.  I was not having a good day and called her a “bitch” under my breath.  The bitch heard me and went running to get a librarian.  I was thrown out of the library.

This is exactly the reaction they want from you.  To make you angry and get you in trouble.   So your reaction should be not to react to any of the above situations. You will not win if you argue back.  All the gang stalkers will stick together and make up lies about you.  They will make you look like a troublemaker.  I know it’s hard not to react.  I’m sure you’d like to smack them.  But if you do, the police will come and arrest you.  And they’ll just sit there looking like little angels.  So don’t react to any street theater.  If an argument begins anywhere around you, get away.  Don’t say anything; don’t get involved.  Because your chances of ending up in jail are very high.  Let them have the seat, ignore the bum who bumps into you, and don’t argue with anyone.  I know you’re thinking this is very unfair. And it is unfair, but do you want to end up in jail?  Better just to let it go.

I was almost arrested one time when I made a remark to a store clerk. She was following me around hitting me with her weapon. She lied; said I threatened her. The store manager called the police.   Three officers  found me on my way to the bus stop, had me sit on the sidewalk and put my hands on top of my head like a criminal.   The officers went through my handbag looking for a weapon I was supposed to have. So keep you mouth shut.  You  can go home and throw something around to let go of your anger.   Remember, street  theater  happens to you all the time.  Learn from me and keep your mouth shut!

As I wrote yesterday, the gang stalkers are spawns of the devil.  They’re very evil people and dumb as hell.

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Gang Stalking – Thank God for New York City!

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My network connection is on again.  Not in the way you would think.  I put in my 4G spot, and it won’t work.  But I’m connected to the internet, anyway.  What’s happened is that I’m connected to the computer in the complex where I live.  I knew my connection was not working,  so I checked the location to see what area connection I had.  I knew I was right.  The network connection is coming from a man who lives 7 doors away from me.  The man lives by himself, has no furniture, his clothes are all over the floor, and he’s always watching me. ( I watch him right back )  I’m connected to his network access. It’s okay with me; maybe I’ll cancel my network access and just use his.  I’ll save myself money.

My computer is back on because they can’t find out what I’m doing.  When I’m typing they can always tell what I’m doing, but without the use of my computer they don’t know what I’m up to.  So to find out what I’m up to, they let me have my network access again.  It makes life easier for them. I don’t talk with anyone because most people I’ve run into are untrust worthy.

So now, my modem is off, but my computer connection is on.  Isn’t it great?  The man must think I’m stupid.  I figure if the computer is on, I might as well use it.  Either way, they’ll hack me, so might as well take advantage of them.

(By the way, the above paragraph was erased as soon as I got on the computer. Two times already.)

I keep thinking, are these people for real?  The U.S. government has a bunch of sub-humans chasing me around all day and night, and, still, they haven’t accomplished their goal:  to get me put into a mental institution,  on tranquilizers, or to get me so angry that I’ll be arrested.  So far, I’ve managed to stay sane and in control.

I’ve stay sane because I’m a New Yorker.  You see, New York is a city that’s very difficult to live in, so New York prepared me for all the garbage that’s done to me.  New York is very noisy, often unpredictable, dog-eat-dog mentality, only the fittest survive.  So I’m so thankful I grew up in New York and have a tough hide.  I think if I’d grown up in a small town I doubt I would survive the savagery done to me.  So I love, love New York.  Thank you New York for making me tough.  I didn’t realize what a gift it was to grow up in New York City. It made me very street smart.

If my grammar does not sound right, it’s because it’s hard to concentrate when every other word I type gets  cut.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – America, what have you become?

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All my life I’ve been proud to be an American.  Every time I saw an American flag, my heart swelled with pride to be an American.  I thought America was the best of the best.  We had freedom.  We had wealth.  We were a society of diverse people.  And other countries envied everything we had.

Now, I’m not sure about the flag. I no longer see the flag in red, white and blue. Most of what I see now is blood. Blood shed by American men fighting wars all over the world.  They’re fighting supposedly to keep America safe, and bring democracy to those who have never had any freedom.  When all is said and done, the soldiers are not fighting for democracy elsewhere.  Most of the fighting seems to be  over oil, world domination, and keeping the American élite happy.  So a big disappointment on that score.

And now,  the America I know has become an abuser of human rights.  I’m a prime example of someone who is suffering human rights abuses.   Government flunkies follow me everywhere I go.  I cannot get away from them. They’re hired by the U.S. to keep track of me and report back to the head man. Every little I thing I do is reported: what kind of clothes I’m wearing; what color; where I am; to whom I’m speaking; what I had for lunch; what I bought; that I’m taking a walk, etc.  All silly nonsense.  Everyone’s told I’m  a dangerous person. Why am I a dangerous person?  I have no idea.  I’ve never committed a crime; been arrested; been in prison, nor done any harm to anyone.  For whatever reason I’ve been chosen is beyond me.  I can venture a guess, but I have no real proof of anything.

So the America whose flag gave me chills, no longer does.  I’ve lost respect for the flag and the United States.  I don’t think I will ever stand up for the flag again.  I will stay seated from now on.  I only stand for those I respect. And America is a place I no longer respect.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Write about something you want to do, but know you shouldn’t.

This is not a good topic for me. What I want to do I cannot state in this blog. I would probably be arrested. I’ll just say that it has something to do with the gang stalkers and government.

My feelings are not in the least ambivalent. I know exactly what I would like to do. There is an angel on my right shoulder. And the devil is on my left shoulder. Right now, the left side is definitely winning. So, I guess I don’t have too much to write about today. Catch me tomorrow. Thanks for visiting my site.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – When was the last time I was scared? What happened? What did I learn? Am I still afraid of the situation?

The last time I was scared was a year ago in Mesa, Arizona. I wrote about it in my blog “The Day I was almost Arrested.” To be pulled over by a police officer, told to sit on the ground and put my hands on top of my head was absolutely the scariest day of my life. I didn’t know what was up. I was actually shaking, although I covered it up pretty well. No day has ever filled me with so much fear. I absolutely thought I was going to be taken to jail. As I wrote, if you want to know the whole story go to the above-mentioned blog.

I learned that keeping “your cool” is the best weapon. I did not lose my cool that day. I remained absolutely calm (although I in no way felt calm) and in control of my emotions. I did exactly everything the police officers told me to do. I did not argue. I listened very carefully to everything that was said to me and responded only when a response was needed. Cool is the only way to be when confronted with police officers. No answering back, nothing! Act like a zombie if you have to.

Yes, I’m afraid the situation might arise again. It almost has several times. Again, it will behoove me to remain as calm as possible and not make a scene. It would only make matters worse. And I sure don’t want to end up in a jail cell.

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