posted on Dec, 5 2010 @ 05:57 AM
reply to post by mistafaz
What a wonderful response. I had been wary of seeing an angry tirade (my post was perhaps a bit aggressive in some ways, apologies for that - it's a
subject close to home), but your measured reply has completely cleared up any misgivings I had.
So - in support of Mistafaz, I would say that there are some indications that the OP needs to seek some support, though of what nature will be up to
him, and is open to suggestion from people who live in France and can offer more advice. Is there an open-minded support group in France, where
people fearing some sort of interference in their lives/ with mental health worries can go for help? If that group was then able to better assess his
position in person, then the OP would have a better time of understanding his life as it currently is. The group might be able to determine whether
he has a genuine cause for concern, or if perhaps he needs counselling/ support, or even medical help. There is really no way of knowing what he
really needs, until someone with an open mind and a supportive (yet critically-inclined) outlook has a chance to meet with him and discuss these
Hmm. Now that I think about it, I think every country should have a support group of this nature. I'll be making enquiries to see what sort of
recourse people would have in various countries if they suspected some sort of covert action against them. All too often they are labelled by the
medical establishment, without due process to determine if any of their fears are based in reality. We know that the PTB have historically liked to
play with weapons, and test stuff on their own societies (think pesticides, radioactive breakfast cereals, syphillis controversies in the USA), and
that people who are living 'against the grain' are quite often placed on 'watch-lists' of one sort or another. I guess there's more recent
examples (of tech used against citizens) would be found if a bit of digging is done.
There needs to be a (possibly charitable status) group that can address concerns and assess each situation properly.
In the UK alone, over 300 people are watched simply for being 'weird'.
No crimes committed, no subversive statements made, no criminal associations or suspicious hobbies - they are simply labelled as 'weird-looking' by
a tiered community monitoring establishment, and on confirmation of 'weirdness' by officialdom, they are monitored continually from that point on.
These are the sorts of people who the PTB are likely to test their 'Through-The-Wall' and 'Psy-Ops' technologies on, as they are usually already
social outcasts (due to their eccentricities). Who's going to believe them, right?
Dark days indeed. Wikileaks? Jury's out, but I feel that the Soros connection (thanks Boondock Saint) might be a hint at what's really going on.