English: GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba – Navy Cmdr. George Sellock, a dentist deployed with Joint Task Force Guantanamo’s Joint Troop Clinic, performs dental work on a Trooper’s tooth, May 13, 2009. The JTC is a first line aid station for JTF Guantanamo Troopers. (JTF Guantanamo photo by Army Spc. Cody Black) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Teeth of a model. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I need to get my teeth fixed. I have two cavities, but the thought of a perp dentist keeps me from fixing my teeth.
I’ve heard horror stories from other targets about how doctors messed with their teeth. How dentists removed the roots out of their teeth. Implanted chips in their teeth. Purposely broke teeth that were perfectly okay. And grind down a tooth so much that the tooth become useless.
We targets cannot trust most doctors. I know I can’t trust the ones I have. I know they’re perps. You would think that if there’s someone we can trust, it would be a doctor. But doctors are just as corrupt as everyone else. We can’t trust any doctor to be honest with us, or really help us. They’re on the government’s side when it comes to targeting.
It’s a scary though that we have to put our trust in a bunch of doctors being told what to do by our own government. These doctors are nazis following the orders of a totalitarian government. The perp dentists can ruin your teeth.
Have any of you been to a dentist after you became a target? What was your experience? Did they do any damage to your teeth? Implant something in them? Remove teeth that had nothing wrong with them? Remove your root?
Let me know what your experience was, so I know what to expect. Thanks.
English: Photo of mild dental fluorosis, or evidence of trauma to deciduous teeth while permanent teeth were still forming. (Subject never had braces, which can be another cause for white dots or rings in the center of the teeth.) The condition appears here as white spots on both central incisors (front teeth) and upper left canine tooth, and less noticeably in the upper left lateral incisor. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Piranha_3D_movie_image (Photo credit: Sweetie187)
Anti-ACLU-2 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
I think I’m going to lose my teeth. I grind my teeth a lot. I grind my teeth to stop myself from lashing out at the perps. I grind my teeth to keep myself from saying something that will get me in trouble. I grind my teeth to keep myself quiet as I walk along the street surrounded by a group of perps. I grind my teeth to keep myself from turning around and slapping one of them. Grinding my teeth keeps me from doing something I’ll regret. Thank God for teeth. What would I do if I didn’t have teeth? There’s a reason why we were given such strong teeth. It’s to keep us sane.
Everywhere we go, we’re piranhas(fish who are very vicious). People to be dumped on. To be dumped on by a group of miserable individuals who take out their anger on us. People who have low self-worth and feel better dumping on others, especially targets. They don’t worry about the consequences, because there are none. They can do to us whatever they will. Police, government, ACLU, human rights organizations will not stand up for us targets. The perps will not be arrested or have anything done to them. They know they’re safe doing whatever they wish to us. These miserable people really enjoy their role of harassers. It gives them power over others. They can dump on someone who is on a higher level of hate than them.
How naïve these people are. They’re so full of their own importance. They attend meetings with others like themselves, socialize and reinforce each other’s importance. So they carry on full of their own importance and what great work they’re doing for the crooked U.S. government. They never give thought to what they’re doing. No, thinking would get in the way of their importance. And they want to keep feeling importance. There’s no way they’re going to give that up. They’d have to go back to being regular people with no importance. It’s a fate worse than death for these miserable people.
So I guess I have to keep grinding my teeth to stay sane. I hope I don’t lose my teeth.