Google the words Targeted Individuals. Big surprise, it tries to direct one to the irresponsible corporate "news" articles recently published by the New York Times. There you can learn how paranoid and mentally unstable and even potentially dangerous we all are.
I've watched many a video that will clearly indicate that these things are just that - paranoia or simply someone who just starts guessing at what is happening to them.
I tried for the first year of being targeted to find the simplest possible explanations as things continued to escalate. Then I started to do some actual research. Reached my two year "anniversary" earlier this month. I've presented two other posts apropos this matter. Surprise! They were ignored.
Here's a fullly informed and factual video from yet another clearly paranoid and unstable fellow TI, Dr. David Lebowitz M.D.
Instead of simply dismissing what you are blessed to not possibly understand, how about researching the facts presented here? Of course not - that would be crazy. The truth is if you don't, you are simply arrogant or lazy. Because of course, this will never happen to you. Two years ago this could never have happened to me.
I am blessed to work bi-monthly with my therapist, a psychologist with about 40 years of experience who has known me for a long time. She did her research and treats the reality.
Would also suggest that you check out Myron May's farewell video. He's the ti who went from being an assistant district attorney to becoming the Florida State shooter, pleading for the media and our politicians to look into his claims.
I have and while violence can never be a solution, I see a beautiful soul that simply was broken by the tortures. Am even more sorry for his victims, but still I pray for him as he asked.
I'm a two-time honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Army and I simply do not fear a damn thing. I'll just add lest anyone here gets a bit paranoid, that since returning to civillian life, I have never desired to own any type of weapon and that will never change.
"But what about a voltmeter? Does it not measure the electric scalar potential? No, a voltmeter merely measures the difference between two potentials in an electric field, rather than the value of the potential itself. "