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Gang Stalking – Merry Christmas, 2013

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Merry Christmas

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I know this is  politically incorrect now, but Merry Christmas to you.  We’re not supposed to say “Merry Christmas” anymore. We now have to say “Season’s Greetings“.  I’ll stick to the name Merry Christmas, that’s what it is and that’s what I’ll continue to write and say.

We’ve made it through another Christmas together, can you believe? And I’m sure we’ll all be here together again next Christmas.

So everyone have the best Christmas ever!  Go for a long walk, eat a nice meal, treat yourselves the best you’ve ever treated yourselves.  And hope for the best in 2014.

So, Merry Christmas all.  Enjoy your day whatever you do.

And WordPress.com, thanks for your help throughout the year.

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Gang Stalking – Get off your ass and write to Senator Wyden!

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Ron Wyden of Oregon

Ron Wyden of Oregon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Spring is right around the corner.  Can you believe?  I need a renewal.  A renewal of my spirit and body.

I feel so tired a 100 years of sleep sounds good.  Not only sleep, but sometimes I feel 100 years old.  Being hit all night is making my body feel real old, old, old.

It would be nice to have a day where nothing happens to me.  A day that’s normal. No perps, no electricity, no harassment. It would be a dream.  But I know it’s only a dream, because it’s not going to happen anytime soon.

Anyway, I faxed my seven page memo to Senator Ron Wyden in Washington, D.C.  I’ll probably never hear anything from him.  That’s the way things have gone for a while.  No response from anybody.  But wouldn’t it be great if he did respond?  I’d vote for him to get a Pulitzer Prize.  Believe me, if the Senator  helped us, I’d vote for him to be President.  I don’t  even care what  his politics are. I’d just vote for him.  If he could help me end this hell I’m experiencing,  he’d have my eternal gratitude.

Maybe some of you haven’t heard about Senator Ron Wyden.  He’s interested in finding out information about those of us who are  victims of  government targeting.

If you haven’t sent him a fax, or emailed him, please do.  We need  to get as many targets to get in touch with him as possibly can.  The more targets  who write him, the more he will feel obligated to do something to help us, or at least question what’s going on.

The information for getting in touch with Senator Wyden is:

Senator Ron Wyden, 221 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510

Fax # (202) 228-2717

The above fax number is where I sent my memo. It’s a good number, so don’t be afraid to send it to this number. If you don’t trust the number, check his site and you can get the information yourself.  You’re not going to get ripped-off.

When you write him, just tell him what’s happening to you. Just  try not to sound too crazy. I know how easy it is for us to sound crazy when we describe what’s happening to us, because what’s happening to us is crazy.

Include your name, your home address, email address, phone number, etc. I didn’t include my social security number, nor my birthdate.  I’m not that trusting.

So, please, if you want this hell to end, do something to end it. Get going and get in touch with Senator Wyden.  It’s better than doing nothing. Doing nothing will get us nowhere.  Now, get going!

No, I mean it, get off  your ass and write Senator Wyden. I’ve given all the information you need.

By the way, “thank you.”

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Gang Stalking – Reader Appreciation Day – Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

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English: Todos Santos Chocolates, Santa Fe New Mexico (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


A man wrote me yesterday about his disappointment with the ACLU.  He’d been harassed by police and went to the ACLU to get some help.  Of course, he discovered what I discovered a long time ago.  That the ACLU is full of s–t.  He got absolutely no help.  And not only did he not get any help, but they screwed around with him, and gave him all kinds of phony phone numbers. When he called the phone numbers, no one answered. And he also found that everyone in the ACLU office dressed all in black. He found that strange.  The ACLU people were probably wearing black to mimic a target.  That’s how honest the people at the ACLU are.

The man couldn’t believe that the ACLU could act the way it did.  And, also, he couldn’t believe that the police had such corrupt officers. And he also remarked that the U.S. is really in a bad way if we can’t even trust ACLU.

He wrote me because he’d seen my blog on what I think of the ACLU and police. Sometimes, I write this blog and think I’m not doing any good.  But having someone get in touch with me because of something I’ve written, always touches my heart. I know that a lot of you who read my blog are reading it because of something I’ve written.  So, I want to thank you all for appreciating what I do.  Without you readers, my blog would mean nothing.

So today, I’m calling this “Reader Appreciation Day.”   Thank you all for pushing me forward. For keeping me going when I don’t  feel like going on.  Thank you for taking the time to read my blog.  I appreciate every single of you.  I love you all, and wish you the best in whatever you do.  And if I could send you all flowers and chocolates, I would.

And, of course, a bouquet of flowers to WordPress.com, too.

I want to thank J. Paxon Reyes for the use of his photo of the cholocate candies in a box.

Hugs and lots of love,


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Gang Stalking – Thank you, thank you, thank you http://WordPress.com.

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WordPress, thank you, thank you, thank you for trying to help me out.  You guys are absolutely No. 1.  No blogging site, I’m sure, is as helpful to a blogger.

Bloggers, you want a great blogging site, this is the only site you should consider.  No one censors you, no one tells you what you can write.  Http://WordPress.com accepts all views.  WordPress.com, may you become the biggest blogging site in the future.  You deserve to be No. 1.

Again, million thanks for making my life easier.  My love to all you.  You have my highest admiration.

With my love to all of you,


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Gang Stalking – Never give up; even when idiots make life difficult!

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Believe it or not, this is my 501st blog.  I can’t believe I’ve written so many blogs.  I remember when I began writing my blog in September, 2010, how green I was.  I began an account with WordPress in September, but I didn’t begin writing until October, 2010. I kept putting writing off. I didn’t know what to say.  I was afraid no one would read anything I wrote.  And for a while, no one read my blog. I’d get 1 or 2 people a week.  But I kept writing because I had something to say about the experience I was going through.  Now, I’m amazed how fast I can write my blog.  Experience really pays off.

Sometimes I think my writing is worse than when I began.  Now I catch all my mistakes, before I was too afraid to change something I wrote. I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to come up with a new and better sentence. When I write now, it doesn’t bother me to delete a sentence.  I know that if I erase a sentence, I usually write a better one.

What have I learned?  I’ve learned that no matter how bad a blog I write, tomorrow I might write a fabulous blog.  The thing is, not to give up.  And I never  did give up.  If you read my blog, you know that I’m a target of the U.S. government. A lot of the time, they’ve made writing my blog very difficult. The government hackers delete my blog all the time.  I just keep rewriting. They’ve never stopped me. So I’m really proud that I was able to meet my goal of writing 500 blogs.  It was difficult to reach my goal of 500 blogs, but I did it!

I’ve learned that I’m as stubborn as a mule.  The government kept kicking me, but I stood my ground.

I’ve learned when writing a blog, to write the blog first and then I can give my blog a title from something I’ve written.

I’ve learned that I’ve written some really good blogs, and some really awful blogs.  But no matter if my blogs were well-written or not, I just kept writing.

I’ve learned that WordPress.com is the best blogging site.  All the help WordPress has given me is priceless. I couldn’t afford to pay for all the help I got from  WordPress.  I applaud you WordPress. All of you take a bow.  And thank you all for your help.  You have my heart.

I’m sure I’ve learned other things, but somehow now, I can’t think of them.

Oh, and how can I forget to thank all my readers? Thank you all for reading my blog.  I’ve said it before, I appreciate each one of you.  I hope you keep finding my blog interesting and keep reading it.  I’ll do my best not to let you down.  Love you all.

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Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – Today is Memorial Day, a day started to remember people who served in war.

Decades later, under the Uniform  Monday Holiday Act , Memorial Day moved to a Monday to create three-day weekends. Do you think this helps people remember the meaning of the holiday, or dilute it?

Today we  remember the men and women who gave their lives in order that we can  all  live free.  Without the sacrifices of these  men and women, we might all be under a dictatorship.

I think moving the day around dilutes the meaning of the holiday.  For one thing, I can never remember when Memorial Day is.  Is it  on the 28th, 29th, or the 30th?  I know it’s on the last  Monday of May, but  that doesn’t help me .   Not only is the day confusing, but today most people see it as day to have a cookout.  Or a  day for sales.  Everybody looking for sales and not  giving a thought to the  sacrifices the men and women who fought for our country made.  We have cemeteries full of  veterans from  past and present  wars.     We Pay tribute to those men and women  by visiting the cemeteries.   There’s nothing  wrong with having a cookout, but we have to remember why we have  the holiday.  The veterans made the cookouts and sales possible by giving up their lives.

So I say  “thank you” to all the veterans who died to give us all a better life.  And I say to those men and women who  today are  fighting for us:  Stay safe because we care about you and want you to come home.   A salute to all of you!

And if anyone reading this is a veteran, thank you again.

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Gang Stalking – The beginning…

Today, I’ve written my 200th blog. I can honestly say I never thought I would reach this number. When I first signed on to WordPress, I knew my blog was going to be about the gang stalking I was experiencing. At the beginning, I was afraid to say too much of what was going on in my life because I was sure you readers out there would surely label me insane (I’m not too sure if you’re labeling me insane now). But I jumped right in and began to blog. There have been many days when I’ve written this blog while crying.  Of course, you can’t tell that I’m crying, but believe me when I tell you, at the beginning writing about gang stalking was difficult. Now, 200 blogs later, I’ve experienced so much gang stalking that it’s like second nature to me. I rarely cry anymore, but I still have my bad days.

Of course, now, I’m writing about other things.  I’ve joined WordPress “PostaDay 2011”  blogging and this gives me an opportunity to have something else to write about other than gang stalking.  I still write about gang stalking, but writing about other topics gives me room to breathe.  To forget about gang stalking for an hour or so.  To be free to think about other things in life.  Joining WordPress “PostaDay 2011” was one of the smarter things I’ve done lately.

So, all you readers out there who regularly read my blog, I say “thank you” from the bottom of my heart.  Somehow, by reading my blog,  you’ve encouraged  me to keep going.  And now  my next step is to reach the number 500.  I now  have 300 more blogs to write this  year.  I expect life to throw hurdles in my way  to make it to the next step.  But I will do everything in my power to reach the magic number of  “500.”  Again, thank you all.

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