I know some of you don’t believe that Myron May was a target, but I do. Read the letter he left behind.
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As I walked toward the bus stop, I felt anger dwell up in me. As the perps surrounded me, I felt pure hate. As women passed me, I wanted to pull out their hair by its roots. And as men passed me, I wanted to take my pointy boots and hit them over and over where it hurts.
I kept thinking of my friend who killed herself. It was people like the ones I was passing who caused her death.
Silently I repeated to myself, don’t make them happy, don’t make them happy, don’t make them happy. If I’d lost my temper and told them how I felt, it would have made the perps happy. They immediately would let their monitor know and tell him what I’d said. They like to see targets lose their tempers. When we lose our tempers, they have something to report. If we don’t lose our temper, they have nothing. When the perps have something to report, a fuss is made over them. They’re praised on what a good job they did on getting information. It’s information that they all can use on targets to harass us more.
My friend, who committed suicide, is not the only one who had death on her mind. There are about three to four people in my Facebook page who are having a very difficult time with gang stalkers. Some of them say things that scare me. They talk about death being easier than the life they’re living. There’s one man who really worries me. I don’t really want to write about him committing suicide. I want him to stay alive.
Those of us who are on Facebook with him, try to do our best to change his will to live. But as with my friend, we have so little control over someone’s life. If someone wants to kill himself, we can try to help him, but ultimately it’s his choice to want to live or not.
We tell him not to give up. That maybe something will happen that will stop all the gang stalking.
It’s hard to tell someone to hold on, when, really, we don’t believe what we’re saying. We know nothing is going to change. Gang stalking is not going to stop any time soon. Who knows if what we’re going through will ever stop. Maybe in 20, 30 years? Or will it be infinite?
We need someone in government, who knows about the gang stalking, to speak up for us. So far, we’ve had no one who will listen.
We can’t get the police, government, ACLU, senators, representatives, etc. to help. They all know what’s going on, and they all keep the secret.
I feel powerless. I’ve done everything I can do to let people know about gang stalking, but it’s like talking to myself. No one listens to what I say. And no one listens to other targets, who are also doing their best to make people aware of what’s going on.
So I keep writing my blog hoping that people will eventually wake up. That’s all I can do.
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Today, I found out that one of the targets on Facebook killed herself. Her name was Alva. She was 38-years old. In the prime of her life. She befriended me about a year ago, and what a beautiful woman she was. She seemed to be full of spirit, like a wild stallion. But I guess no matter her spirit, she probably got worn out and decided life was no longer worth living. I can understand the part about not thinking life is worth living anymore. I’m sure all of us targets find ourselves thinking that way sometimes.
She killed herself because she couldn’t handle the harassment anymore. She had enough of the bullshit and she couldn’t see any way out except to kill herself.
I’m sure all the bastards who caused her death are probably celebrating. And I’m sure they’re continuing to harass others without a second thought.
I’m affected by her death because Alva was the first target I knew who killed herself. I’ve heard of a lot of targets who’ve killed themselves, but I didn’t know them.
I hear about targets killing themselves all the time, but she is someone who was a breathing, living human being and I knew her. I knew what she looked like, how she thought, and how her life was going. Most of the time, she gave back as good as she got. When I thought of someone killing herself, she wasn’t the one I thought would do it. She seemed so strong.
But I guess all of us have our “tipping point.” A point we reach where we feel that our life is so miserable that death is better.
So, I say to Alva, may you rest in peace. I’m sure your life is better than it was on earth.
And if there’s such a life as reincarnation, I hope you come back and haunt every bastard who caused your death.
Good-bye, Alva (R.I.P.).
And to all the targets out there, don’t let them win. If you need help, try to get help. I know it’s hard because we can’t trust anyone, but maybe there’s someone who has a soul who will be willing to help you.
Love to all you targets. Take care of yourselves. You all matter, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
And may all you miserable perp bastards go straight to HELL!
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I just heard this statistic on the radio. Eighteen veterans a day are taking their lives. When you consider there are 31 days, that’s a total of 553 (minus 5 for those days that don’t have 31 days) veterans who take their lives every month. And yearly, it’s a total of almost 6700 veterans killing themselves. That’s more deaths than the men killed in war. The reason so many veterans take their lives vary. Some are suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Others can’t find jobs, causing them to go into debt. Some have lost their family. Also they come back to a society that doesn’t appreciate what they did during the war. We take them for granted, as if what they did wasn’t important. It’s a terrible statistic. If you meet a veteran, be appreciative of what’s they’ve done for our country.
I also heard on the radio about human trafficking. This is happening all over the U.S. and other countries.
An example of this is a ship’s captain who hired Indonesians to work for him on his fishing boat. The Indonesians worked long, long hours. The problem, they went months and months without pay. When the Indonesians protested, the Captain threatened to have them all deported back to Indonesia. The Indonesians decided they weren’t going to work without pay and quit en mass. And they reported the captain to the New Zealand government. The New Zealand government, on the advise of the captain, deported all the Indonesians. Some Indonesians got back pay, something like $500 for working many months. And the Indonesians only got pay if they signed a document stating that they would not suit the country of New Zealand, or the captain. If the Indonesians didn’t want to sign, they got no money and were immediately deported. One man who did not sign, had police break into his home and threaten his wife and child. The Indonesian got lucky, because he knew a reporter. The reporter sent a group of men to the victim’s home and quietly got him into a safe place. Now the man is in hiding.
Another example, in the U.S., a man who ran a children’s home began a children’s choir. The men solicited money from people, supposedly, to help support the children. The man was abusing the children, never allowed them to go out, made them work, and the children were given very little to eat. All the children’s IDs were taken from them, so it was hard for the children to complain to authorities. Someone reported the man to authorities. An investigation was begun. The authorities found that the children were virtual slaves, and all the children were taken from him. A lot of the children got lucky. Some were adopted by Americans.
Another example, a Chinese man working in a Chinese restaurant lived like a slave. The people for whom he worked took away his passport and had him work without pay. Since they took away his passport, he couldn’t prove who he was and had to do whatever the people told him to do. There are many examples of human trafficking going on in the U.S. People; people who are treated as slaves by those people for whom they work.
If you’re wondering why I’m writing about this, it’s because all the people above were taken advantage of by bullies. Basically what was done to the people was bullying. Bullying is done to people to make them submissive; to make money off them; to just enjoy treating people badly. What I’m going through is bullying. Bullying seems to be a disease of the 21st century. It seems people no longer have empathy for others. It seems people have lost their “empathy gene.”
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- NZ Cargo Ship Disaster Captain Pleads Guilty (news.sky.com)
Boy, am I ever stressed out! Being gangstalked by a group of men and women who seem to have nothing better to do with their lives is beyond stressful. I don’t think I can in any way get across to you the stress that’s caused by these people.
Last night, for instance, I had them spraying every part of my apartment. There wasn’t a place I could get away from it. Not only that, but they have started something new. They’re hitting me with an icy feeling kind of thing. I don’t know how to describe it. It’s 4 apartments versus 1 apartment. It’s sure not a fair deal. But this is the what other targets have to deal with, too. They’re all surrounded by 4 apartments .
Talking about other targets, it’s hard to believe how long some of them have been under government watch. I correspond with one woman who has been a target for 15 years. Another man, 7 years. I have 2 comments from targets telling me about their friends committing suicide. Their friends decided it was better to die than to have to put up with the assaults on their body and spirit. One woman who killed herself was blind. Can you believe it? Blind!! And the government was still going after her. This woman’s friend e-mailed me telling me her friend’s story. How in spite of being blind she was able to get a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Now, that’s someone we should be proud of. Not someone who should be persecuted. She’s was blind and able to get a degree. She probably would have been a very good social worker.
Another man, 12 years. A lot of them have learned to live with the misery of being targets. They are all an inspiration to me. I’m a newbie at this gangstalking thing. They’re all trying in their own way to live life as normally as possible. Which, I know, is a very difficult thing. Some targets are very Christian-like and are very Zen in their view of the targets; treat gangstalkers with respect. Treat them as you would treat everybody else. This Zen-like ability really is not one I’m comfortable with. What I’d like to do is best left to the imagination. But I’m trying my darndest to have a Zen-like attitude toward the gangstalkers. The targets with the Zen-like attitude seem happier and seem to last the longest. The targets who don’t last too long are probably those who want to give tit-for-tat.
I’ve also been made aware by some targets that the Chinese man, Jiverly Wong, who killed the people at Virginia Tech had been gangstalked for 20 years. Can you imagine? 20 years of this misery. I’m amazed that he lasted as long as he did. He used to tell people that the police used to come into his room and kiss him and do other things. And I tend to believe he was being gangstalked. It sounds like something the gangstalkers would do.
So, am I stressed out? You don’t know the half of it. Anyone who’s going through this and doesn’t admit this is hell is not telling the truth.
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