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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you take the red pill, or the blue pill?

If given the choice, are you the kind of person who takes the red pill or the blue pill?  When do you do the opposite?  “You take the blue pill = the day ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.  You take the red pill = you stay in  Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.” – Morpheus (from Matrix)

I’ve answered this question before.  The last time I answered red pill.  But since that time, my life has drastically changed.  I really don’t know how I’ll answer this until  the end of the blog.

I was living in Florida in 2004.  At that time I was blissfully ignorant of what was to happen to me.  I was like the people with the blue pill. But I did notice certain things in Florida that were going on, so I can’t  really saying I was blissfully ignorant.  I did notice that a lot of cars in Florida had their headlights on, even on really sunny days.  It used to puzzle me  why so many cars had their lights on.  If I had only known what was to come into my life.

I left Florida in 2004 and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada (bad, bad move).  Two years into my move, I noticed that everywhere I went I was treated rudely and did not know why.  This was the beginning of my gang stalking life.  I felt like Neo.  There was something that just wasn’t adding up.  I searched for answers everywhere, but could not figure out what was up.  So in August of 2009, I went looking for answers.  The answers came to me after moving about eight times in less than 10 months.  Discovered family was aware of why I was being hounded, but they denied knowing anything.

I returned to Vegas in June, 2010 with lots of answers.  I was no longer the innocent looking for answers.  My life had become a living hell.  I was no longer someone who lived in the blue pill land. I knew exactly what was going on.  I was being harassed by the government and its snitches.  I was  awaken to what the U.S. government was doing to its citizens.  Some who have been victims for 15 years or more.

I tried to tell people  what was happening to me, but no one would listen (and still don’t).  They don’t want to hear about what the government is doing to its citizens.  They rather live blissfully unaware of what is going on around them (just like in the Matrix).  But I have no choice in the matter.  I have been chosen to be one of the victims. I want to deny that things aren’t as they seem, but my gut tells me otherwise.

So for almost three years, I’ve been living in red pill land.  I daily face the truth of what is happening to me and half million Americans.  We are living in red pill land while the rest are living in blue pill land.  They go about their business and are unaware of what is going on around them.  I sometimes feel I am living the Matrix.

Sometimes I wish I was living in blue pill land, the day ends and I wake up in my bed and believe what I want to believe.  But the reality is, I’m living in Wonderland and I know how deep the rabbit-hole is.

I have no choice but to take the red pill.

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – Write about a mistake you can learn from.

On this day in 1863, General Stonewall Jackson died after having been shot by his own troops seven days earlier.

I doubt if  you made a mistake that killed anyone, but whether you have or not, in honor of good old Jackson, write a short post about a mistake you made, or have read about and lesson you learned from it. ( I’m from the North, I don’t know if I should be honoring a confederate general.  Naw, only kidding.)

Well, in  honor of Stonewall Jackson, I’ll write this blog.

I think the biggest mistake I ever made was moving to Las Vegas.  If I hadn’t moved to Las Vegas, I’d be happily ensconced in South Florida not dealing with the gang stalking that I’m dealing with.  Not only that, but I would still be in contact with my family enjoying family time.

I had read in newspaper articles about how great the economy was in Las Vegas.  I picked myself up, leaving family behind, and moved to Las Vegas.   At the beginning, I earned a good paycheck.  That lasted about two and a half years.  In the third year of my arrival, things in Las Vegas began to go downhill.  The economy was tanking.   Also, at the same time, I was being harassed by my two neighbors, which would eventually lead to all my gang stalking problems.

I made the move to Las Vegas based only on the basis of how much money I would earn.  If I had considered other things, like family, atmosphere, etc., I probably would not have moved to Las Vegas.  Not only did the economy tank, but Las Vegas disappointed me in every way.  I made a second mistake by not moving back to Florida when I realized  Las Vegas did not fit the image I had of it!

So if I ever move somewhere else, it will not be only about how much money I can make, but things such as family, friends, atmosphere, etc.

Mistake made, lesson learned!

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