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Gang Stalking – Human Rights Day…I don’t think so.

English: A mural describing human rights in Tu...

English: A mural describing human rights in Turkey outside of the public education building in Bayramic Turkey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Human Rights

Human Rights (Photo credit: h de c)

English: WikiProject Human rights logo

English: WikiProject Human rights logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today is Human Rights Day.  It is celebrated every year throughout the world.  It is a day established by U.N. to grant(?) everybody basic human rights.

Rights are given to us at birth; it is not a privilege.  A privilege can be taken away from you, but a right it’s yours from the moment of your birth.

Below are your human rights:

1.  We are all born free and equal.

2.  We have a right not to be discriminated against.

3.  The right to life and to live in freedom and safety.

4.  No one has the right to enslave you.

5.  No torture. No one has the right to torture you.

6.  You have human rights no matter where you live. No one has the right to take them away from you.

7.  We’re all equal before the Law. The Law must treat everyone fairly.

8.  Your Human Rights are protected by Law.

9.  You have the right to unfair detainment.  No one can put you in prison without good reason, or to send you away from your country.

10. You have the right to a trial.  The trial should be in a public place.

11.  We’re all innocent until proven guilty.

12.  Nobody should try to harm our good name. Nobody has the right to come into our home, open our letters, or bother us or our family without a good reason.

13.  We have the freedom to move where we want anywhere in our country, and travel as we wish.

14.  We have a right to find a safe place to live.

15.   We have a right to nationality. We have the right  to belong to a country.

16.   We have a right to marriage and family. Every adult has the right to marry and have a family.

17.  We have the right to own things, and share them.

18.   We have freedom of thought.  We all have the right to believe what we want.

19.   We have the right to make up our own minds.

20.   We have the right to public assembly, and to gather with others to protect our human rights.

21.    We have the right to democracy.  We have the right to take part in the government of our country, and allowed to choose our  own leaders.

22.   We have the right to affordable housing, medicine, education, child care, and medical care if we’re old or ill.

23.   We have the right to workers’ rights; right to a  job at a fair wage,  and to join a trade union.

24.   We have the right to play – the right to rest  from work and to relax.

25.   Right to food and shelter.

26.  Right to education.

27.   We have a right to copyright  one’s artistic creations and writing; others can’t copy without permission.

28.    We have a right to a fair and free world.

29.    We all have the right of responsibility.  We have a duty to help those less fortunate.

30.    No one can take away your human rights.

Now, targets, I’m sure as you read your rights, you’ll see that a lot of  our rights are non-existent.  The government has done a good job of doing away with our human rights.

Should we celebrate Human Rights Day?

I say, what for?   We hardly have Human Rights, so why bother?

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – How do you define your identity?

The Near-future sense of the Present simple

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I think most people change according to what happens in their lives.  Every event that occurs changes us in some way.  Let’s say someone has a heart attack.  He no longer sees life in the same way.  Or a man’s marriage breaks up.  He longer sees marriage, family, love in the same way.  His identity will change with what’s happened to him.  And it is with me.  Since the gang stalking began in my life, I no longer can identify with my former self.  My perception on life has changed dramatically.  My views on politics, religion, family,  love, etc., no longer identify who I am.  I’m a totally different human being.  I’m not as kind as I used to be.  I’m more outspoken than I used to be. I’m less afraid of the what the future holds for me.  I live in the now.  Because the now is what counts.  Not yesterday. Not tomorrow.  Now is here.  I have to live in this moment.  I have to enjoy the moment as much as possible, because I don’t know what the next moment is going to bring. So I now live in the present, and try not to think about what the future will be like. The future will arrive sooner or later, but my life is in the moment. That’s how I identify myself.

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – Some advice to men.

Marriage in America in 2010

Marry Me A Little (musical)

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Today I was thinking about how my life could have been different if I’d traveled a different road.

I had a boyfriend, who I loved very much, but we did not get married.  Whose fault is was, I can’t say.  This is what happened.

He’d applied for a job overseas without telling me, and he got it. He didn’t ask me to go with him,  and I did not ask to go with him.  One day out of the blue, he asked me to marry him.  This is the way he asked:  I don’t want you to feel I’m leaving you behind, will you marry me?  This was not the way I thought  a proposal would occur.  I didn’t like his wording:  leave me behind.  I said to him that  I wouldn’t marry him.  I  told him  I wanted a man to marry me because he loved me and not because he was leaving me behind.  He didn’t say anything, and we went on dating. I found the reason insulting.

He left for Holland, and I stayed behind.  He came back in December of the same year.  While he was here, he asked me one day:  Do you want an engagement ring, or a camera?  I was into photography and my camera broke.  Again, I didn’t like his wording.  I picked the camera.

He went back to Holland, and we kept in touch by phone.   He wrote me a letter a week.  I wrote him back, but not a letter a week.  In many of his letters, he told me how much fun he was having in Holland.  After a while, I got annoyed he was having so much fun, and I was living such an ordinary life.  When he sent me a letter, I would read some of it, and put it aside to read another time.

He came to visit me again, and told me he was getting married to someone else.  I couldn’t blame him; I’d refused his offers of marriage.

Years later, I got back into reading the letters he’d sent me.  In one of the letters, he’d again asked me to marry him.  Since I had not read all letters through, I hadn’t read the part about him wanting to marry me.  He never said anything about the letter, so I had no idea he’d proposed to me again.

Why in all that time didn’t he just come right out and ask me to marry him?  Why?  Why couldn’t he just ask me on the phone?  Why did it have to be by letter?  Why couldn’t he just sit down, look me in the eyes and ask me to marry him?

So my advice to you men:  if you want a woman to marry you, just look her in the eyes and ask her pointblank.  Don’t connect it to anything else. It doesn’t work.   Anyway, it didn’t work for me.  I’d still do the same thing.

So if I’d married my boyfriend, I’d be in Europe.  And the gang stalking I’m experiencing now probably would not be happening. Either way, I lost.

By the way, if there are men out there who can explain to me why you men do this, I’d like to know. Thanks.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you believe in Free-Will?

Can you prove what you believe?

Free will? Yes and no. I believe we have free will up to a certain point. But every day life intrudes on that free will. When we watch t.v., we get messages that influence our thinking.

Let’s say we’re watching t.v., a McDonald’s ad comes on, it shows a lot of people happily eating McDonald’s with their friends.  We’re being influenced by that McDonald’s ad to go out and buy McDonald’s.  We might not like McDonald’s, but the ad is a stimulus.    So in a way, we’re   losing some of our free will if we give in and buy McDonald’s.

If someone is in the military, the government controls everything someone does.  So very little free-will in the military.

If someone has a job,  he has no free-will.  While someone is working, he can’t do what he pleases.  If he does, he wouldn’t be employed too long. Of course, he has the free-will and can quit.

If someone is broke, the money controls him.  Without money you can’t do what you want, so you have very little free-will.

If someone is married, he/she has  responsibility to family.  So, again, you don’t have free-will.  You can’t do whatever you want.  Of course, you have free-will to leave the marriage.

If you’re a religious person, your faith controls you and you  have to follow certain rules.  You can always leave the church and then you have more free-will.

So, everybody has a certain amount of free-will, but none of us has total free-will.

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