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Gang Stalking – Never, never, never give up. Never!

Helmand Province, Afghanistan

Helmand Province, Afghanistan (Photo credit: The U.S. Army)


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Flickr - DFID - UK Department for International Development - Children pictured at a UNCHR food distribution point in Liberia (Photo credit: Wikipedia) What these children have to put up with every day! Survivors all!

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Looking east at ABC News headquarters at 77 We...

Looking east at ABC News headquarters at 77 West 66th Street (Manhattan) on a cloudy afternoon. ZIP 10023. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Taking on the narcotics trade in Helmand

Taking on the narcotics trade in Helmand (Photo credit: DFID - UK Department for International Development)

Sometimes it seems to me gang stalking is never going to end.  There are days that I’m sure you just want to give up:  Why fight, you say to yourself?  I can’t take this anymore, you’ll think.  This hurts too much, I can’t go on.

But you can survive this horrible thing happening to you.  When I get to asking myself these questions, I think of other people who survived horrific things and lived to tell about it.  These people survived because they wouldn’t give up in spite of the evil things done to them.

I think of all those men who fought in the wars and imprisoned.  These men beaten, starved, and sometimes, even raped,   never gave up.  They believed that  what was happening to them would end some day, and eventually it did.  These men give me courage when I need it. When I need strength, I think of them.

I was watching a story one day about a Mexican man who was kidnapped by a group of drug dealers.  They sent a message to his wife that if she didn’t send them a million dollars for his release, they would kill him.  The wife tried with all her might to find the money to have him released, but she wasn’t able to raise the money.  The man was put in a small enclosed hole, where the only time he saw daylight was when he was taken out to be beaten.  One time they shot him.  He laid for months with the wound.  He had hallucinations.  He at times thought he’d died.  He went from a man with a  normal weight to someone who looked like a skeleton.  He went through this ordeal for almost  two years.  One day, the drug dealers decided they didn’t want to deal with him anymore and let him go.  When his wife saw her husband, she couldn’t believe he was the same man she’d married.  That’s how different he looked. He spent months in the  hospital until all his wounds healed.

I point out this story, because every time I think of this man, I get strength from him.  If he could survive the horrific things done to him, why can’t I?

A few years after the man healed, he told the story to ABC News.  The man took the reporter to the spot where he  spent almost two years.  The small hole  was about half his size.  So he spent the two years scrunched up in one place.  He couldn’t move.  It’s a miracle the man is still alive.

So every time I think I can’t take it anymore, I think of this man.  He doesn’t know I exist, but he gives me courage when I need it.  And if he can survive the horrific things that happened to him, so can I.  And so can you!  Don’t let them beat you down.  You can survive anything they throw at you.  You’re strong.  You’re stronger than the little wimps who are doing this to you. They couldn’t handle the hell you have to live every day.  You haven’t survived as long as you have because you’re a quitter.  You have strength.  That’s how you’ve survived.  So don’t give in to them.   Never, never, never give up.  Never!

Gang stalking will not last forever.  Nothing ever does.  Eventually everything ends,  and so will gang stalking.  Stick around so you can see your tormentors punished.  They will all be punished, and  I’m sure you want to see that happen.  So stick around to see it happen.  I hope someday we can stand together to see the tormentors get their due. Take care of yourself as best you can.  Love you all.

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic -PostaDay 2011 – Do you think people should have the right to commit suicide?


English: "An Evening with Dr. Jack Kevork...

Death's gonna cold-cock you
Death’s gonna cold-cock you (Photo credit: _Madolan_)


Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the protagonist of...

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the protagonist of Jackie O (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


What about euthanasia?


I read about Dr. Jack Kevorkian dying.  I’m surprise he didn’t commit suicide.  All his life he helped people end their lives by euthanasia.  He spent 18 years in jail for helping very sick people end their lives.


In my opinion, if someone is very sick and is no longer able to even sit up in bed, he/she should do what he feels is right.  What is the point of sticking around to suffer if you know the end is near.  My sister was very sick and died of ovarian cancer.   I saw how much suffering she went through.  She spent almost three years getting chemo therapy.  She put up with all the chemo because she loved her family and wanted to stay around and see her children grow up.  Toward the end, she was a skeleton of her former self.  She was so sick, it  made me very sad to look at her.  I never knew what to say to her.  What do you say to someone you love  and is dying? I really never thought she  die.  But she did.  She died in 1997.  One regret I don’t have is that I was in the hospital holding her hand when she died.  She did not die alone.  The worse part was seeing the doctor remove the tubes that kept her alive.  That’s when it hit me that she was really gone!


I think my sister would have opted for euthanasia if she had suffered for too long.  I remember during the time that she was sick, she told me  she thought Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had arranged her own death.   A thought that had never occurred to me.   So I think my sister might have thought of euthanasia.  Jacqueline K. Onassis also died of cancer.  And I think my sister was right about J.K.O. arranging her own death.


In regard to how I feel about euthanasia, I feel it is  up to every person to decide how he/she  handles his/her own death.  It is not for me to judge how someone ends his/her life. I know some people are against someone committing suicide or euthanasia because of religious beliefs.  Every one is entitle to his own opinion.   It is only when death is close that we can decide what we want to do.


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