posted on May, 30 2011 @ 11:53 PM
I don't know how common this is in the US, but I do know that I've had a somewhat similar experience here in Australia.
In a nut shell, a friend and I we're discussing conspirices and inevitably the government came up. This was when I was skeptical about all things
conspiricy related. This would become the event that changed my opinion.
He informed me that all digital communication was monitered, I of course thought that was a load of crap, so I put his theory to the test.I called his
phone, told him that I would soon assassinate then PM Kevin Rudd, then hung up. Looking back at it now it probably wasn't the best idea I've ever
Within the next few days I began to notice that I was being followed by black Ford territorys (A known government vehicle[I don't know if they have
those outside of AUS]) everywhere I drove. They always had the same setup, very dark tinted windows and, most of the time, two white guys with shades
sitting in the front (very cliche I know).
They even followed me into another state. I was living in a western suburb of Sydney at the time and went on a holiday to Melbourne (about 900km
distance). I was driving my uncles car along the great ocean road, and even there another black Ford territory was behind us, for about 100km. (This
struck me as very strange, as of course not only was I driving a different car, but I was even in another state!)
I returned to Sydney and was driving with my friend, and several others and decided to tell them about my experiences. At the very moment I mentioned
being followed a black Ford territoy came racing around a corner and began tailgating me.
As a little experiment, as we approched a roundabout I switched the indicator to left, then turned right, the Ford did the exact same thing, and then
turned off about 100 meteres down the road. No one in he car said anything for the rest of the trip.
I can guarentee after that experience I would never do anything like that again (except discuss it on ATS of course) I would be interested to know if
anything similar has happened to any Aussies out there, and what its like in the US.