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Lately, since nothing they’ve done to me works, they been doing a lot of gas lighting on me . Gas lighting is where they try to make you think that what is occurring is not. It’s to make you doubt your sanity.
They been doing things in my apartment and with my computer. What they did to me recently is an example. I got a message on Facebook from a friend of mine. The message said that it was heart research day, and I should send a heart to every woman friend on my Facebook page, but I was not to mention the reason I was sending it. I thought it was my friend, so I sent a heart message to all my women friends on Facebook. As I sent the hearts, I could tell by the responses from the women that they were puzzled by my hearts, and so was I. Why send hearts to women only and not men? It suddenly occurred to me that it wasn’t my friend who’d sent me the message. It was a message from one of the freaks harassing me. I was suspicious while sending the hearts, but I thought it was for a good cause. As a matter of fact, I haven’t been able to get in touch with my friend for a while. Every time I send her a message on Facebook, I get a message saying “that’s not allowed.” I think they even opened another Facebook page in her name.
But I figured out the reason they did this. I wrote about what they do to targets to make us do what they want others to believe about us. Like we’re lesbians, pedophiles, etc. So having me send the message to “women only” makes me sound like a lesbian. But I caught on and sent the women messages that it was for heart research day, even though I knew it wasn’t. Plus I get messages saying that someone wants to “befriend me”. I usually look up information on the person who wants to be my friend, and then decide if I want to be that person’s friend. What’s been happening, is that after I hit “confirm”, it will say that I’ve asked someone to befriend me. It’s done to make me doubt my sanity. This has happened a few times, now I’m very careful and make sure that I don’t hit confirm anymore. I now send a message to the person who wants to befriend me and ask if they’ve sent a message asking me to be their friend. Many other targets have complained about the same thing happening.
They also play with your comments. They’ll send a comment saying “read comment.” And you hit comment and the comment disappears. And the “read comment ” appears again. You hit it again. Again, comment disappears. You can do this hundred times and it won’t work, because there’s no comment. Learn to tell the difference between a comment sent by Facebook and a comment sent by gang stalkers.
So, if you’re on Facebook, be careful who you confirm, and doublecheck any messages sent to you by a friend that sounds questionable. It might not be a friend who’s sending you the message. It might be the government flunkies playing games with your mind, and trying to get information from you.
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