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Gang Stalking – Targets, leave behind the history of your life.

English: First page of an eight-page diary kep...

English: First page of an eight-page diary kept by John Winthrop the Younger of a trip from Boston to Saybrook, Connecticut, and his return, November-December 1645, written in both English and Latin. The Winthrop Family Papers, General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sony Tape Recorder

Sony Tape Recorder (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Blog Machine

Blog Machine (Photo credit: digitalrob70)

One of the smartest things I did as soon as I became a target was to start this blog.  It’s the one thing that’s kept me sane. When I have a really bad day, I write about it and get it out of my system.  I used to keep a written diary, but that came to an end when I discovered my sister found my diary and ripped out most of the  pages from it.  Let me tell you, it devastated me!  All those things that I’d written  to keep track of all the bad things going on in my life were gone.  I couldn’t believe a sister of mine would do something like that to me. And the few pages of the diary she left me, she’d written nasty remarks on.  That day I cried, because I knew she would no longer be a part of my life.  She’d done a lot of nasty things to me and I’d forgiven her, but destroying my diary was the last straw.  Soon after, I packed up my things and left her house.  I haven’t been in touch with her since that day.

I think of my sister every once in a while, and I still feel  anger toward her.  I don’t know if I can ever forgive her.  How can someone be so mean?  But my sister has always had a mean streak.  I remember her trying to beat me into submission, but I never gave in to her.  My mouth would always win any argument we had.

Well, anyway, I’m glad I write this blog.  I’ve been able to keep a diary of everything that’s happened to me  and I don’t have to fear someone getting hold of it and ripping it up.  And writing this blog has also enabled me to  be in touch with some very nice people.    I’ve met one target since I began  writing this blog, and he turned out not to be a very nice person.  After meeting him, I realized I had to be very careful about meeting other targets. So now, I just don’t have too much contact with other targets.

With the constant harassment happening to us targets, it’s a good idea to keep a diary of what happens on a day-to-day basis.  A lot of times, I reread blogs I’d written and realize I’d forgotten a lot of the details.  It is only after rereading the blogs that bring back the memory of what happened on a certain day or hour.

If something happens to me, I want to leave behind the  story of  what happened to me.  I want  people to see the world the way I saw it.  I want people to know that government can never be trusted.  That too much government interference in our lives is not a good thing.  The less government in our lives, the better.

I want to recommend to all targets that you write about everything that happens to you, so that people in the future can read about your experiences.  If you don’t, you will forget a lot of things that are happening to you now.  You think you won’t forget the hell you’ve been through, but believe me, you will.  Write a blog, get a tape recorder and record the things happening to you, take as many pictures as you can.  Leave behind a history of your life. Make sure people know about you. Let people know that government can become totalitarian at any  time, and that you’re leaving them a warning.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – What have you feared that turned out to be much easier than you expected?

The thing I feared that turned out to be easier than I expected was kicking all the gang stalkers who invade my blog off.  At one time, they used to read my blog and leave comments.  And then, they stopped reading my blog and just sent in comments, through their email accounts, or however, they were getting in.  All 20-30 of them would send in the same comment.  And everyday that I’d open my blog, there would be all those comments saying exactly the same thing.  There are about 5-8 people who are not gang stalkers and really read my blog.  The rest were gang stalkers being told what to do.  The comments they posted were really boring.  The comments had nothing whatsoever to do  with the subject. I let them comment, but then decided I’d had enough of their childishness.  I changed my settings and no one is allow to comment unless he/she reads one of my blogs.  So now, no readers, no comments.  But it’s okay, I would like people to read my blog so they know what is going on with gang stalking and government.  To get the word out.  But my primary reason for writing my blog is to have a diary of what is happening to me on a day-to-day basis (I keep a notebook full of blogs I’ve written.  I take the notebook  everywhere with me).  Plus, it’s to let out all the anger I can’t display in public.

I’d like to thank the 5-6 readers who read my blog.  There are not too many of you, but I appreciate every one of you.

And accepting the fact that I have little readership is not as bad as  I expected.  I’ll survive.

To WordPress.com:  Thank you so much for letting me know when my browser is unsafe.  I’m continually updating my browser, but the hackers are always getting in and changing the settings.  If it weren’t for all of you  at WordPress, I wouldn’t know (or it would take a while to discern).  A  big “THANKS” to all of you at WordPress.com.  I now know I chose the right blogging site.

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