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Gang Stalking – Don’t be fooled by a man in a wheelchair, targets.

Transformers 3 Movie Set

Transformers 3 Movie Set (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wheelchair symbol big

Wheelchair symbol big (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wheelchair seating in a theater (i.e. giving a...

Wheelchair seating in a theater (i.e. giving a dedicated, convenient space left free for a user to position his own wheelchair in the cinema). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Yesterday, as I walked around my complex, a black man watched  and followed me wherever I went.  I began to feel my hair stand on its end.  I know this feeling well.  An intuition I get that someone is up to no good.  So I went into the office and complained about the man.  He does not live in the complex.  The complex manager  immediately got up  and acted solicitous (big phony).  I knew right away I should’ve  handled it myself.  So she got her radio and walked around to find the man.  I met her halfway and she said, “I didn’t see anybody.”   She implied that there was no man and I was making it up.  Of course, I knew what was going to happen the next day.

So, today is the next day.  I step out of my apartment, and what is the first thing I see?  A creepy looking, tall, black man wearing all black and a scarf tied around his head.  He wasn’t just walking by.  He purposely walked by.   If they know you’re coming out of your home, they’ll put gang  stalkers outside your apartment.  These people will be told to wait until you come out and play their part of just walking  by.  They act like extras on a movie set.  When they’re told to walk on, they walk on.  It’s an act they do.

I don’t care what color someone is.  If my hair stands up on end, I’m going to be very careful.  A  man can be white, green, yellow, blue, and if  my hair stands up on its end, I’m going to watch him.  It has nothing to do with color.  A lot of black men  gang stalk me, but I never got the feeling I got yesterday.  The man following me would have given anyone the creeps. So now I know that everywhere I go, a black man will be following me.

The complex manager reported what I told her to the monitor right away.  The monitor passes it on to every gang stalker who works for  him.  It doesn’t take long for something that happens to a target to get around.  Within minutes, all the gang stalkers know what the new  thing  is they should do  to a target.  And everything new  gang stalkers report, they get paid for.  Their job is to gang stalk a target, and to report anything new about a target. They get money for reporting every little, new thing.  It doesn’t matter what it is.  It’s new and it’s something else they can harass you about.

Today, I also passed a white man who always comes out when he knows I’m outside. He’s in a wheelchair and  makes believe he just happened to be outside.    He saw me and said, “Why, hello.  How are you doing?”    At that moment, I just got so pissed off putting up with these lowlifes,  I looked at him and said, “Don’t talk to me, you phony.  Why don’t you go drown yourself somewhere?”   That might seem like a mean thing to say to someone who is in a wheelchair, but you have to be in my shoes to know how I feel putting up with phonies like these.  They’re worse than people who we know are gang stalkers and act like gang stalkers.  The ones who are “real nice” are despicable.  They want to get to know you so they can report everything  you do.  So as I said, I hope he goes and drowns himself.  And don’t think because someone is in a wheelchair that he’s not a gang stalker.  There are plenty of people in wheelchairs who are gang stalkers.  And they’re just as evil as the ones walking around.

And tomorrow when I go out, I expect to see a wheelchairs.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you stay true to yourself?

Jody Williams, winner of the 1997 Nobel Peace prize, advises that the winner this year “Stay true to themselves”.  This is advice we often hear given to kids, or in movies, but what does it really mean?

First of all, how do you discover who your true self is?  It seems many people don’t know who they are.  Second, most people have some qualities they wish they didn’t have, such as jealousy, envy, insecurities, or prejudices.  Staying true to those things wouldn’t  seem to be in our interest.

What does it mean to you to stay true to yourself?  Which part of yourself do you think about?

To me “Staying  true to yourself”  means to stay true to what I believe in and who I am.  To not become  a phony to fit in.   Some people will change everything about themselves to “fit in”.  Most of these people are the people who so dislike themselves that they  usually end up taking drugs to hide the pain they feel for living a phony life.  True, there are traits we have that we wish we didn’t have, but as far as I know, no one I’ve ever met is perfect.  If we were perfect, we wouldn’t be spending so much money trying to change the way we look.  Though I have things about myself I dislike, so does everyone else.  The things we dislike about ourselves are usually the things that make us unique.  The things I dislike about myself are not things someone else would give a second thought  to.  One of the reasons I think I ended up on the government list, is because I’ve never been shy about expressing my ideas and not backing down when confronted about my opinions. I freely expressed them  and didn’t care what someone thought.

I stay true to myself by being who I am.   I don’t change my ideas  on a whim, just to agree with someone else so they like me.  If they like me, they like me.  If they don’t like me, they don’t.  There’s nothing I can do about how someone feels about me.  I just have to accept the way they feel and go on with my life.  No one likes being disliked, but life is life.  You could be perfect in every way, and someone would find something to dislike about you.  So stay true to yourself.  You’ll be a happier person.


Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Would you rather laugh with sinners, or cry with saints?

I’ve done enough crying lately. What I need is someone to laugh with. Saints don’t do it for me. Who wants to spend his life crying? Not me. And saints are not always what they seem. Some of the meanest people in my life are people who consider themselves saintly.  Talk about phony! These people are saints in front of people, but as soon as they are  away from them, their meanness shows  up.  A lot of  gang stalkers consider themselves saints, and they’re not people who I would care to be friends with.  There are no such things as saints.

I’ll take the sinners any day. At least with the sinners you know what they are outright, unlike the saints who you find out later are not the saints they profess to be. So I’ll take the sinners. At least I’ll have some laughs before I die.


Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Can anger be constructive?

Yes, anger is constructive. When I was younger, I seldom lost my temper. Not because I was afraid to lose my temper, but because I felt no need to. If someone insulted me, I’d just look at them and walk away. I didn’t let it get to me. Of course, there were times, when I lost my temper. Someone crossed the threshold to doing or saying something that made me see red like a bull. I immediately let them know in no uncertain way, I was not putting up with their nonsense.

Of course, now with the gang  stalking, I have to keep my anger in check. The gang stalkers love to see us T.I.s get angry. It makes them ridiculously happy that they make me angry. And I do everything in my power not to make them happy. They crave the attention the T.I.s give them. They live off it.  Well, I have no desire to make any of them happy.   So I try to  hold my temper in no matter what they do.  I can’t say I always succeed, but more times than not, I walk away not making them happy.  I have to act like a zombie every time I go out.  I prepare myself mentally.  I picture myself walking, ignoring everybody and not reacting to anything anyone does to me.  Really, the only time they get to me, is when I have not slept too well.  Then all bets are off. 

To me anger is constructive, because I  gain knowledge of something, someone , or myself.   So anger is good.   But constant anger is not good.  It doesn’t help anyone.  And all that stress is not good for the heart.

As a matter of fact, I don’t trust anyone who never loses his/her temper.  It’s not normal to never be angry.  Either the person is a phony, or a pushover.

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