posted on Nov, 15 2015 @ 07:19 PM
I know what OP is talking about. I'm a software developer and know my way round a PC. I connect to my router through the house mains and turn the
connection off at the plug when I'm not using it. I put my pc into sleep mode. When I come back it is on and the event logs show it connected to a
wifi even though I've not saved any passwords etc. Lots of data has been exchanged. New applications appear like pen drivers for products I don't
possess and haven't downloaded, never mind installed. If I send a tweet about certain topics the mouse takes over and starts to open minimised
I live in a rural community in central England. Most car number plates are registered locally so start with F or A. Opposite, at the end of the
road, on the way to the station there are at least six plates starting Y which is a London registration now but was used by government departments
originally. Nobody would buy a car in London. Prices are too high. There are no car manufacturers in London.
I've made a freedom of information request to ask if I'm under surveillance. That was six weeks ago and no response. Why did I ask? I have
information with proof on the UK and US governments that they would not want public: the truth about the moon landings, the real nature of HIV, the
manipulation of the jet stream, the non-randomness of the national and European lotteries worth billions in tax revenues... And the Catholic Church:
proof in the Bible Jesus never existed, the Virgin in the prophecy is a constellation and the Messiah is yet to come as Islam and Judaism maintain.
I go to websites I know there is a lot of content per page like here so that even though they know the url they don't know what I've read. I randomly
go to pages I'm not interested in and leave the PC for a while. I go to bible sites with random chapters and again leave the PC. They don't know
which verse I've read, if I have. They don't know which posts I've read. If I post my own stuff I do so using a particular personality profile which
isn't reflected in the rest of my life. I use different surnames depending on my mood. There are words and phrases I never use which I use in
everyday language. I drop certain phrases into conversations away from the PC that don't make sense at the time but someone would connect with if
something happened to me, things like 'the Russian plane that was downed had a flight number the same as my date of birth'. I've even gone as far as
fake mental illness so that I have a regular nurse visit and meetings with a consultant and occupational health nurse at work when I'm regularly asked
if I want to kill myself or if I take drugs. I've made it clear I believe I will go to hell if I take my own life either deliberately or accidentally
and frequently bring up religious beliefs to reinforce the fact. (I've declined medication so I stay lucid but they think I'm not quite borderline so
don't press it). I tell them about my suspicions which has a double effect - they think I'm possibly still ill so they continue the care, and if
something happens they have it all on record what I've told them. It would come out in a coronary. I ensure that I am always upbeat at work and with
family so, again, suicide is not an option. I don't drive and if I'm out with the dogs I go over fields or down lanes where cars can't go. I never
talk to strangers, only to say 'hello' so people will remember they passed me should something happen while I'm out. I always strike up conversations
in shops with the cashier for the same reason.
So chin up OP. There are ways to protect yourself and stay happy!