posted on Sep, 26 2010 @ 11:10 PM
John Lennon said it best. They yank your beard, get you all rilled up, and then when you fight back, they know how to handle that. They are ready and
waiting for targets to lash out, then they can say, see this person really was violent and crazy. See this person really did belong in jail, or a
mental home. See our system really works.
Sure if you bash one of these morons, they might back off for a bit, but I do not think that violence is the answer. If you want an immediate
solution, I don't have one. It's a day in day out battle. Some days are better than others.
If you have the money seek out legal action, I know a lot of targets don't have the money. So the other idea is when out in public carry a camera.
When at home you can take precautions with your property, and important belongings.
When inside there are things you can do about noise, and other issues, such as recording. Put signs on lawns, doors, backpacks. When they are exposed,
they stop. Like bugs when you remove the rocks that they hide under.
I agree that fighting back is the solution, but I do not agree with violence. I think most targets realize that that is what they want, and if they
get it they use it. It's no different than any other group in the past that was deliberately baited, by another group. The moment you act out, that
is when they have you.
The other solution which is going to take longer is to make people aware of what is happening. Become advocates, work towards changing the laws.
Change is happening, but it's slow.
Remember it's only recently that targets could point a finger and say hey it looks like this is what is behind Gang Stalking, now that information
has to get out there, and I don't see a lot of targets doing that, so advocacy is needed. Not just from targets, but from others who understand that
this is wrong. That's how things changed with the womens movement, civil rights, and other movements. They choose none violence, not cause they
wanted to, but for the movements to survive and flourish, they had to.
So get out there, get the message out, if you are not doing that, then you are not really helping.