Yet Another Effort At Entrapment
Over that past eleven years, the Federal covert operatives employed in my harassment (directed energy weapons torture and community policing supported gangstalking and psychological attacks) have made numerous attempts to entrap me, with all sorts of ‘bait.’ These schemes are employed with the intent of destroying my reputation (see Mata Hari Subway Chronicles). Here is a new twist on that ongoing effort that I experienced this morning.
I was at the Fry’s Supermarket (24th St & Baseline, Phoenix) to pick up a few items for lunch. There are a number of individuals among the Fry’s staff that work in concert with local community policing groups involved in my harassment. Indeed, many of them are no doubt members. They typically participate in the psychological attacks commonly practiced by these groups. It is also quite common for them to “guide me” to certain cashiers as a way to isolate me, and to keep me under constant surveillance. That is nothing new. However, today’s tactics had a bit of added drama.
I was the last person on a check out line, waiting to pay for my items. Generally, Federal covert operatives try to have one of their people in front and behind me whenever I pay for items at any store. The couple ahead of me pretended that the husband needed to leave the line to search for a particular item. As he left, the women offered to allow me to go ahead of her in the queue. I politely declined the offer. She then quickly mentioned that the next cashier to the right was now open. I thanked her, and moved to the next cashier. The fact that she so quickly made this suggestion struck me as a bit unusual. What happened next explains why.
I was the first person on the newly opened cashier’s line. One additional person quickly joined the line after me. I sensed, based on past experience, that she was part of the team of covert operatives. As my items were being bar-coded by the cashier, I noticed that a crisp, unfolded, $100 bill was sitting on the counter. Indeed, it was placed in such a way that it would be very convenient for me to pick it up, being on the edge of the counter closest to me, just before the ATM card reader. The cashier seemed completely oblivious to the presence of that money . . . This was not an accident. It was yet another entrapment scheme.
Over the past few months, the Federal operatives targeting me have worked surreptitiously to destroy my source of income (I am a freelance Internet Development Specialist) so money has been very tight of late. Evidently, they hoped that the financial pressure I face would make the lure of a stray $100 bill irresistible. That impulsive act would be recorded by store security cameras and observed by two carefully placed ‘witnesses” working against my best interests. The appearance of that money, and the pattern of events that led me to be in that place—at that moment, were carefully orchestrated. The cashier and the persons surrounding me were all part of the scheme. It was the store’s money, and just touching it could arguably be considered an act of theft. The notoriety that would quickly result would have destroyed my reputation; especially among members of my religious community and family who hold me in high regard.
I had no intention of taking the money. It was not mine, I had not right to it. That was reason enough to reject the bait. These Federal operatives are a clever lot, always looking for ways to exploit our weaknesses and hardships. They hoped that this carefully chosen bait would be especially appealing in light of the financial difficulties I am enduring. However, the Bible principles I live by once again proved to be a source of protection for me.
I used the ATM reader to pay for my items as the cashier bagged them. I made no comment regarding the money, did not touch it, and left with my groceries and receipt. With nary a hint of surprise, the “cashier” simply picked up the $100 bill and removed it from the counter.
My Thoughts On This Matter
“As our own species is in the process of proving, one cannot have superior science and inferior morals. The combination is unstable and self-destroying.”—Arthur C. Clarke
We live in an era when every human institution historically considered trustworthy is failing us. Wall Street has proven to be an irresponsible and disastrous financial steward; seemingly stable banks are in critical condition as a result of greed-driven profligate risk-taking. Many who once looked forward to retirement will now be forced to work well into old age as a result of collapsing pension systems. Modern employment can only offer insecurity, impermanence and is rapidly being stripped of benefits once considered the due of workers. Taken on the whole, despite tremendous advances in knowledge and technology, the very foundation of human governance is collapsing under the weight of its own moral decay. “Man has dominated man to his injury.”—Ecclesiastes 8:9 Therefore, I am not surprised that my encounter with institutions who hold the public trust is entirely in line with the aforementioned trends.
I cling to the principles and guidelines of The Bible because it is the only reliable guide we have in an unstable and misguided world. Its’ principles have enabled me to confidently navigate the treacherous course I’ve walked for the past eleven years, and will continue to do so.
” Keep me from the clutches of the trap that they have laid for me, And from the snares of those practicing what is hurtful. The wicked will fall into their own nets all together, While I, for my part, pass by.”—Psalm 141:9,10
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