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Gang Stalking – You think you can’t lose your freedom? Think again!

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As I previously told you, I have a man living next to me listening to everything I say and do.  How would you like my life?  Would you like someone next door spying on you every minute, every hour, 24/7?  I’m sure you would not.  I’m sure you’d be pissed off.  You would do everything in your power to get rid of the creep!  Because the man next door is a creep.  I don’t care if he’s part of the government, or not!  He’s just one of many people who watch everything I do and say.

This is a country where we have first amendment rights (supposedly!).  The first amendment gives U.S. citizens the right to free speech, freedom of the press, freedom of religion and the right to assemble. So far, my right to free speech is gone.  I can no longer say what I want without everything I say judged a threat to U.S. security.  I really cannot write what I want without someone erasing what I write.  So I’ve lost the right to freedom of the press.  My right to assemble is gone.  I cannot no longer go anywhere without someone following me wherever I go.  The freedom of religion is also gone.  I cannot go into a church without someone following me into a church. So that right is gone.  So I can state that my first amendment rights don’t exist.

The 6th amendment applies to me and every citizen.  The 6th amendment gives me the right to trial by jury. I’ve never been charged with a crime, and I’ve never had a trial. I been found guilty of something without a trial by jury. The 6th amendment states that someone cannot be punished without a trial.  The last few years I’ve had no life.  I’ve lived the life of someone who is a prisoner without any let-up.  So the 6th amendment has been taken away from me.

My 4th amendment rights have also been taken away from me.  The 4th amendment states my right to feel secure in my person, house, papers.   No one can search my apartment or seize anything without getting a warrant. And if someone enters my apartment, he has to get a warrant.  And the ones who enter my apartment have to have a good reason why they’re entering my home.  The warrant also has to state what the warrant is for; for my house, me,  car, etc. That’s why police have to ask permission to enter your apartment or house. They cannot enter if you say no.  The 4th amendment has been broken every day in the last four years that I’ve been gang stalked.  My apartment is broken into every single day.  And I mean every single day!  There is not a day someone has not broken into my apartment.  Usually it is done by the maintenance man.  I’m sure there are others who break into my apartment, but I have no proof.  Any camera I’ve ever had has been stolen, so keeping evidence is hard.  So my 4th amendment right has been taken away from me.

So you can see how easily you can lose your rights as a citizen.  Believe me, it can happen faster than you think. One day you’re walking around free, and then you’re a prisoner of the United States government!  And don’t think it can’t happen to you. Because it can!


Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you blog anonymously or as “yourself”? Why?

I blog as myself. I feel I have to. What is the purpose of writing a blog anonymously if I’m using my blog as proof of what’s happening to me?   If I wrote under another name, it might be questionable.  I don’t have a picture of myself on my blog, because every time I try downloading a picture to WordPress it never works.  It’s not the right size, or is rejected for one reason or another.  So I’ve given up having my picture on my blog.  But my real name is on my page for everyone to see.  So is my email address.

I read a lot of the comments of the bloggers who are writing anonymously.  I can’t believe that we’re living in the U.S.A.  It seems bloggers are afraid to use their names.  They don’t want to lose their jobs because of the opinions they express; because of family and what it might think; afraid to express an opinion because someone might not like it.  There is so much  fear in the U.S. today that it’s amazing.  What happened to expressing one’s opinion and ignoring what someone might think?  We’re in worse shape re freedom of speech than I though.  What happened to the U.S. I grew up in?  Where expressing one’s opinion was encouraged?  Now, you can’t say this, you can’t say that because some group might be offended, or some person might be  offended.  Damn to that!  I’ll express my opinion and if someone doesn’t like it, don’t read it!  I’ve got nothing to lose.  I’m already considered a risk to the U.S,  so what am I losing by  expressing my opinion?  Nothing.  I will continue to express my views on my blog without fear.  I don’t want to live in fear.   It’s not in my genes.

And, people out there, get some balls!  Our freedoms are slowly being eroded and none of you is helping by being so afraid.

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