During Gang Stalking, Strength From An Unlikely Source . . .
One of the precious benefits of cultivating humility and kindness is that you remain teachable. You can benefit from just about anyone who may have something of value to offer. And sometimes, powerful lessons can come from the most unlikely sources!
I make it a habit to greet and speak to all sorts of people. Being personable and outgoing, is one of the best defenses against developing bitterness that can poison those targeted unjustly with directed energy weapons torture and psychological attacks that include "gang stalking." Earlier today, while walking to a local store to pick up some groceries, I struck up a conversation with an individual that appeared to be part of a coordinated group of gang stalkers intent on harassing me. I always seek to keep the conversation in a positive vein, even with those who mean me harm. Today, my conversation yielded a rather interesting reward.
"Good afternoon, may I share a little known fact with you?" I began. The man I approached appeared to be in his early thirties, and a mechanic by profession. "Are you aware that there exists a group of people that Hitler swore to exterminate simply because they refused, out of principle, to give the 'Heil Hitler' salute? In fact, even though they were Germans, not Jews, they were some of the first to enter the concentration camps and some of the last to leave!
"I think I know who you are talking about," he replied. "Were they Jehovah's Witnesses?"
His answer caught me by surprise. Few people know that Jehovah's Witnesses were severely persecuted in Nazi Germany because of their stand based on religious principles. Hitler was especially irritated because Jehovah's Witnesses refused to give the 'Heil Hitler' salute. In response, he swore to exterminate them. Every major Holocaust museum usually has an exhibit chronicling the oppression Jehovah's Witnesses endured under the Nazi regime.
"You're right! I'm surprised that you know that!" I responded. I studied him for a moment. Speaking with a strong accent, he appeared to be an immigrant from a Spanish speaking country, as many here in Newark, New Jersey's North Ward are.
"Oh yes," he stated as we stopped on the street corner, "I used to work for an old Jewish fellow who had been in the camps, and he would tell me stories about the Witnesses, and how Hitler tried to break them." He said that one of the things the SS guards would do to torture them was to make them stand in the middle of shallow pool of water less than a foot deep sometimes for two days without sleeping. If they left the pool they would be shot. If they lay down and fell asleep it would mean that they would drown so they had to remain standing to keep alive. Still, the SS could not break them."
"I know a lot about the history of the Witnesses in Nazi Germany, but that is one account I never heard before. That's powerful. Thank you for sharing that," I continued. "That teaches me the need to stand up for my principles no matter what. If we stick by right principles, no oppression should cause us to abandon them. Thanks again for that bit of history!"
We shook hands, exchanged first names, and parted ways at the intersection. I continued on my way home, quite surprised at what had just occurred. He may not realize it, but that snippet of conversation really made my day. I had been in a melancholic mood, and that conversation lifted my spirits. It was like a cup of cool, refreshing water for a parched throat. I felt strengthened by the experience he shared, and determined to press on in my own battle. I felt as if God has used this person, without his being aware of it, to pass on a bit of encouragement to me. It was a good word from the most unlikely of sources!
I was so encouraged by that conversation that I walked up to another neighbor who was part of the 'gang-stalking" scheme, and introduced myself. "Let me share with you a good reason for always being polite and friendly even to strangers," I began. I then told him about the conversation I just had and the encouragement I draw from it. "It is my determination to remain loyal to my principles and to always treat others with respect and kindness," I concluded. I walked away feeling quite good. Today, in a small way, good had conquered evil.
This event reminds me to always be positive, even in negative environments. Doing so may bring an unlikely reward. Had I been vindictive or shown irritation, that unlikely conversation would never have occurred. But it did, and I am stronger as a result of it.
A Common "Gang Stalking" Tactic
One of the common strategies employed by the covert agents behind gang-stalking was used by the first young man I engaged in conversation. As a target of psychological attacks, I am studied constantly. My antagonists try to destabilize me by surrounding me with individuals who seem to know far too much about my interests and personal life. If engaged in conversation, they are trained to casually bring up names, places or interests that are peculiar to my personal life. For example, the history of Jehovah's Witnesses in Nazi Germany was a topic I had made a recent subject of study. His reference, as a stranger, to that personal detail is designed to "rattle" me and instill a sense of isolation. That was most likely the motive behind the comments made by the young man I spoke to. He also did something that "gang-stalkers" do at the end of a conversation, and that is to ask for my phone number. Perhaps that is a reminder that they are a group connected by cell phones.
In any case, his comments did not instill fear or anger. Rather, they had the opposite effect. I was encouraged by the reminder that I am not alone in maintaining integrity under trial.
My Inspiration and Guidance
I cannot take credit for the way I handle the adversities thrust upon me. My exemplar in this matter is Jesus Christ. The Gospel accounts speak of how Jesus was even willing to accept invitations for meals from the Pharisees, a religious group who despised him and was later complicit in his murder. Indeed, even as he dined with them, they were looking to find fault with him and thereby discredit him before the people who accepted his teachings. He knew all too well what it meant to be surrounded by persons who were insincere, cunning and meant him harm. (Luke 7:37-53, Luke 7:36-50)Yet, Jesus dealt calmly and courageously with them, and never allowed their animosity and cruelty to become a part of his own personality. In doing so, he conquered the evil with the good.