It’s amazing to me how wide-spread gang stalking is. I read a lot of information on gang stalking and I’m always surprised at how far a reach gang stalking has. Gang stalking doesn’t only happen in the United States. It happens in almost every country. How do I know this? I get information from targeted people in other countries. Gang stalking is happening in Japan, England, Australia, Spain, Argentina, Brazil, The Netherlands, Canada, India, Austria, etc., etc. How did this happen? Did all the heads of state get together and plan it? How else do you explain the things happening to me are happening to people in other countries? They’re being followed, have pesticide sprayed on them, harassed 24/7, people break into their homes. What is going on?
Have any of you heard of the Illuminati? The Illuminati is a group of 12 people who will rule the world. We don’t know who they are, and we will never find out. They will be the power behind the powerful and wealthy and will give the orders. The Illuminati is a secret society began in Bavaria by Jesuit taught Adam Weishaupt. It was began in 1776. The Illuminati is a group composed of freethinkers. The President is thought to be an Illuminati. Not only this President, but all past presidents. The Illuminati will control the world through government and corporations.
If it’s not the Illuminati, who is there that has such power that the same thing that’s happening to me here in the U.S. can be happening to someone else in another country? I find it all very strange. How can this be happening everywhere and, it seems, no one has any knowledge of it? Very, very strange. I’m sure that this gang stalking is some sort of World Order. I think even the Pope is involved.
One of my favorite blogs is “Art of Traveling.” It is written by Emile, who is from the Netherlands. He travels with his wife and two children everywhere. The last I heard they were headed to New York. I’m dying to know what they thought of New York. Did they like it? Not like it? Being from New York, I’m hoping he and his family enjoyed New York. Emile, I’m sure, will be his usual self and not say anything that will insult anybody.
I love the traveling part because I love to travel, but what I like most about Emile’s post is his humanity. It comes through in his blog. He takes his children traveling everywhere because he wants them to be world citizens. He doesn’t want them to grow up being afraid of different races. And he’s recently began to take his Spanish seriously because he wants to be able to communicate with people who speak Spanish and really know what they’re about. He not only wants his children to be world citizens, but be humane. His children are lucky to have Emile as an example of what it is to be a world citizen and humane.
If I’ve had a bad day and feel that humanity is not worth a damn, reading one of Emile’s blogs always set me on the right path of giving humanity another chance.
His photos of the places he visits are usually outstanding. He seems to be able to show exactly what being in the place he’s visiting feels like. His photos usually leave me wanting to pack my bags and take off to the place he just visited.