snack bar car, known as a “Cafe car”, in an eastern Amtrak train (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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- ONE DRIVER HAS DOUBLE-PARKED HIS CAR WHILE HE RUNS AN ERRAND, CREATING ADDITIONAL WOES FOR MOTORISTS DURING A BUS… – NARA – 556724 (Photo credit: Wikipedia) This is the sort of thing a gang stalker does.
- A tall ship in New York Harbor: Amerigo Vespucci at the ship parade in the NYC harbor at the United States Bicentennial festivities. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Fahrgastschiff MS Wappen von Kiln (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Summer will be soon be here, and a lot of people will be traveling. Traveling for us targets is not safe. It won’t matter how you travel. Whether you travel by bus, plane, car, ship, etc., the harassment will follow you. Below are some things I learned while traveling. And don’t let them keep you from traveling. At least you’ve had some warning. When I traveled, I had no idea what they’d do to me.
Bus. If you travel by bus, the bus will have gang stalkers on it. I travel Greyhound and it’s always happened to me. There is a recruiter at the bus terminal who recruits gang stalkers. The same lies they tell about you in your every day life are told to the passengers. Of course, there will be gang stalkers who will already be on the bus when you get on.
You will get hit as always, and the gang stalkers will surround you. The bus driver will know all about you. He’s been warned. He will drive the bus as if he’s rushing to go to hell. The bus driver will heat your seat and make sure he goes over every bump, and jerk the bus a lot. He will make sure your seat shakes. If you’re on a long bus trip, you will not get any sleep. The gang stalkers will make sure you stay awake. Basically, the same things they do to you in your normal life, they will do you on the bus. And everyone will know who you are. If you have a carry on bag, take it with you every time you get off the bus. I once made the mistake of getting off the bus during a break, and I left my bag on the bus. The bus driver took off without me and took my bag. My checks, clothes, personal papers, etc. were in the bag. So take the bag with you every single time you get off the bus. Even if you get off for just a minute, TAKE THE BAG WITH YOU!
Oh, one time I was on a Greyhound bus, and I had the following happen to me. I got on the bus and halfway through, a man got on. He sat one seat opposite me. Right away, he began to tell stories about how he was an Arab, and grew up in the states. And everyone listened in awe. He was the center of attention. I also listened. The bus arrived at an entry point where the U.S. and Mexico connect. A guard got on and called the man’s name sitting one seat from me. The man raised his hand and said he was so and so. The guard told him to get his stuff and come with him. I watched from the bus window. When the man got off the bus, he gestured wildly. He never got back on the bus. The driver took off without him. I asked the bus driver what had the man done. He told me that they had found things in his suitcase that included things to blow up a bus. At first, I thought it was true. But the more I thought and thought about it, I realized the man was just a plant. He was there just like the air Marshall to watch me, and check my bag. He found nothing suspicious about me and decided to get off at the border. So the same thing might happen to you. They might plant someone to watch you on the bus. Probably was a border agent. There’s nothing they won’t do to you, so be careful on the bus. Watch everything you say. You might say something very innocent and be accused of being a terrorist. I found it suspicious that when the man got off, the border guards looked as if they were talking to a friend. None of “put your hands against the wall” kind of thing. Everyone looked too friendly and relaxed. Not the normal kind of reaction from law enforcement that a criminal usually gets.
When I get on the bus, I always try to get the last seat. This is not always possible. Make sure you bring something to protect yourself, otherwise, you’ll just be fodder for the gang stalkers.
Airplanes. I’ve taken several flights and it’s the same old, same old thing. Harassers on the plane, too. On a flight I was on, I had an air Marshall sitting next to me. I got up at one point to go the bathroom. When I left the bathroom, there were five men, all wearing exactly the same size and same shirt, standing at the ready to jump on me. It also included the air Marshall. He was last in line. I could tell they were ready to pounce on me. I saw one of the men go into the bathroom and check out the bathroom while the others stood by looking on. I think they thought maybe I planted a bomb or something. I’m not kidding when I say this. Everywhere you go, you’re assumed to be a criminal, especially by the airlines.
Car. I haven’t experienced this because I don’t have a car. These are things told to me by other targets. When they’re driving, someone will come behind them and stick really close to their car. Other gang stalkers surround their car and stick close by. Of course, they will always have their headlines on to let you know, it’s the miserable bitches following you around. Sometimes, the gang stalkers will try to drive you off the road. And if you get off the road, they will be right behind you. So be very careful when you drive. Maybe you can leave the driving to someone else.
Ship. What can I say? The same thing will happen on a ship. The only good thing about being on a ship, you can’t get more gang stalkers getting on and off. On the bus, you’re always getting new people all the time, and you have to keep re-adjusting to the new group of gang stalkers. And the sea is calming.
Amtrak. Traveling by rail is like every other mode of travel. The gang stalkers will be hovering around you. If you can get a seat in a corner, try to. But there will be gang stalkers trying to hit you from everywhere in the car. Always protect your back. Sit by the doors that separate the cars. You’ll be safer there. On Amtrak, you can get a private room. It’s a fold-down seat which becomes a bed at night. And you can lock your door for extra safety. It’s very expensive, but it’s worth the money not to have to put up with gang stalkers. But it’ll be the same garbage. I’m sure they’ll probably be hanging outside or around your door.
So whether you take the bus, plane, ship, drive, Amtrak, be careful. The same things they do to you in your home will happen to you while you’re traveling.
Don’t let them stop you from traveling. Go out there and live your life, but be careful!
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