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Gang Stalking – Less government: a more peaceful world.

"The World Cannot Live Half Slave, Half F...

“The World Cannot Live Half Slave, Half Free.” (adaptation of a quote from Lincoln’s “House Divided” speech). Anti-German propaganda poster, claiming to echo a quote by Kaiser Wilhelm II. “While Germany dreams of dominating the world by force, there can be no peace.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: The ethnic groups of Austria-Hungary ...

English: The ethnic groups of Austria-Hungary in 1910. Based on “Distribution of Races in Austria-Hungary” from the Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1911, File:Austria_hungary_1911.jpg. The city names were changed to those in use since 1945. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The western front of the United States Capitol...

The western front of the United States Capitol. The Capitol serves as the seat of government for the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the U.S. federal government. It is located in Washington, D.C., on top of Capitol Hill at the east end of the National Mall. The building is marked by its central dome above a rotunda and two wings. It is an exemplar of the Neoclassical architecture style. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Selmo Cikotic, defense minister of Bosnia-Herz...

Selmo Cikotic, defense minister of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and U.S. Ambassador Douglas L. McElhaney, shake hands after signing documents marking the formal turnover of Eagle Base from the United States to the government of Bosnia-Herzegovina in Bosnia June 30, 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It happened in German.  It happened in Bosnia.  It happened in Hungary.  It’s now happening in Syria and the U.S.  I’m talking about how holocausts began.  Because,  in my opinion, Germany wasn’t the only country where a holocaust occurred. And I didn’t name all the countries in which it has happened.  I don’t think I have the room to state them all.  And the way the holocausts  began are the same.  It began with government turning citizens against each other.  A whispering campaign against one neighbor and then another and another and another.  Before  people discovered what was really happening, they also were part of the government’s whispering campaign.  When they looked to others for help, there was no one left to help.  A lot were put in prisons, tortured, under house arrest, or killed.  What’s happening to us targets is not new.  It’s been going on for millenniums.  Since the beginning of man.  If we look back in history, there’s proof of what went on about  people considered “undesirables.”   The people were not of the right race, class, color, ethnic origin, religion, etc.

The difference between the past and present  is that we are  a lot more aware of  what’s happened in the past.  But our brains, in my opinion, are still very much undeveloped when it comes to feeling empathy for others.  We still are very uncivilized in the way we think about other groups who are not the same color, religion, race, etc.  We don’t see each other as part of each other’s humanity.  We’re still single mindedly focused on only what’s best for our group and feel that the other group doesn’t matter.

But we have to change our way of thinking.  We have to change our mind-set because every human being matters.   What’s done to someone in another group can happen to us.  That no matter our race or color, we’re all in this world together. We have to stop governments from pitting us each other.  We, the people, should have the last say in what happens to all us.  We can’t let the government make rules to keep us apart.  When the government pits us against each other that’s when holocausts happen.  And if  we don’t learn this lesson, there will a lot more holocausts to come in the future.  We have to resist the government’s interference in our lives.  We have to learn to live with a lot less government in our lives.  The less government, the less control they have over all of us.  And the better the world will become.  The government only cares about how much control they can have over us.  We have to learn to be more self-sufficient and lean on government a lot less.  When we learn to turn to each other for help, then the government won’t have as much power as it now has.   And it won’t have the power to turn us against each other,  as it now does.  Perhaps, then, there will be peace in the world.

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Gang Stalking – The United States of (S)ugar, (H)oney, (I)ced (T)ea.

Photo taken during a demonstration in Montreal...

Image via Wikipedia - protest against Syria.

"You take the blue pill – the story ends,...

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Neo (The Matrix)

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I no longer care what the U.S. government thinks of me, because I don’t think very highly of the United States government.  I’m over thinking the U.S. is a free country, maybe for some, but it isn’t for me.

It makes me angry to hear on the radio, read articles, on my computer, etc., about how free the U.S. is.  There are always remarks by people stating  how they can do anything, go anywhere and no one will bother them.  Well, that is not true for me.  I can’t go anywhere without having some jerk follow me.  The U.S. government is full of (s)ugar, (h)oney, (i)ced (t)ea (this is what I used to say when I got angry as a kid and didn’t want to get in trouble) .  Everyone pays attention to what is going on in Syria and how evil the regime is.  At least Syria is honest about its regime.  I can’t say the same thing about the U.S.  The U.S. portrays itself as a country that’s brimming with freedom.  B.S.  The U.S. is as evil as any other country.  The only difference is, that the U.S. is a lot sneakier than the other countries that practice human rights abuses.  Don’t believe those claims about the U.S. being  bastion of freedom.  It is not true.  I read somewhere that the U.S. learned  a lot of its sneaky traits from the Nazis and other countries that torture their citizens.

I now have a love/hate relationship with the U.S.  I remember what the U.S. was like before my gang stalking began. I’m sure that the U.S. has tortured citizens way before anything happened to me.  I just didn’t know about it.  I’m sure there are citizens who been tortured by the U.S. for years.  I’ve just become part of the group that’s being tortured.

It’s sad to wake up one day and find out what your country is really like.  It’s like the “Matrix”.  One day Neo takes a  red pill, instead of the blue, and discovers a totally different reality than the one he now has.  He awakens to a world run by computers.  Computers that control the people.  And his life is never the same.  Well, that’s my life exactly.  I’ve awaken to a different reality.  And my life will never be the same.

By the way, if you have never seen “The Matrix”,  see it.  A great movie.  And true.  We citizens are not  attached to tubes, but we are  living in “The Matrix”.

Which pill would you take? Would you want to live in the “The Matrix”?  Or live in the real world?  Red pill?  Blue pill?

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