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Scandal is hot

I tune into this show every once in a while, but I must say the show is oh so hot, now I am sure many people have come to this conclusion before, but I could not help but notice the realistic look and portrayal of the show and the characters. The actors are quite believable, and the show just pulls you in, or at least it’s pulled me in, and I can just say, Scandal, it’s hot, oh so very hot, and yes I am hooked on the show just a little bit.

http://abc.go.com/shows/scandal/video/PL55126743/VDKA0_rtggrcvg

Considering what I have time for in this world, which is not a great deal, Scandal is on show that I am happy enough to have come across.

February 28, 2014 Posted by | Black Females, Gang Stalking, Internet, soapopera, White Male | , , , , | Leave a comment

The Ties That Bind

Bloodlines

When I first began this adventure, I didn’t think that bloodlines were that important a topic, Blue Bloodlines, Royal Bloodlines, and Bloodlines in general, but as I have done more research, I am clear on something, wither we like them or not, they are the ties that bind, the ties that hold you together. There are a few ways that you can be removed from your bloodline, spiritually, and on earth.

I think if you go the distance, and truly disgrace your bloodline you can be cut off, or truly attempt to link your bloodline, to a truly offensive source, you can be cut off. In some cases you would just not be acknowledged, sometimes through no fault of your own.

What I am now clear on is I take the matter a bit more seriously. I am clear why Royal families of the past, or Bloodline families married each other, and married into specific situations, or at least mated with each other, and seemed to stay away from other lines or relations. I am also clear why some branches were cut off, or let go.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/bloodline/

I am also clear on the curses affiliated with some situations, and curses that can be called upon some situations. I am clear why Monarchs of times past, reserved the right to confirm, deny, or approve marriage unions. I am not a snob but honestly, having researched those previous practices, now make sense to me. I think it’s ok to have marriages approved, and approvals given.

I am well pleased with some of the previous laws that some are currently trying to abolish in regards to male line inheritances, and if some religions can marry into specific situations. In doing the research I am clear as to why the laws were written, why no one in previous times dared to even try to remove the laws, and why those trying to remove specific laws, don’t make sense to me.

http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/28/world/europe/royal-succession-qa

David Cameron’s speech makes it clear that the new rules are not retroactive, so Prince Charles’s eldest sibling, Anne, will not be in line to the throne in front of her younger brothers Andrew and Edward.

It also means that any heir born to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can marry a Catholic and retain the crown.

I disapprove to the stage it does not make sense, changing some of these laws, they might seem irrelevant, but the inheritance rules make sense, when you  change them, and you have a purely male title being passed to the female line, reparations do not seem to be in place for that. Also now that marriages will not need approval, you can have someone marry into the situation purely for the sake or joy of removing the situations from their very existence.

King George I, Queen Victoria, and previous rulers and their laws made sense, they created laws that enabled common marriages for the colonies, and legitimatizes for reasons, many individuals, think and believe that, just because you exist in modern day times these rules do not exist, or can so easily be abolished, but when you remove the foundations, it causes problems down the line. The English Catholic, or rather Protestant Catholic issue was legendary, but it’s not clearly no longer an issue for those who will change the rules.

Prime Ministers have arrived and gone, and refused to change the rules, not because they did not understand or comprehend the issues, but because they did, they have never dared to change the rules, because they are likely cognizant of the future, ramifications, and until contingencies are in place to deal with those, none had dared to try to change the rules or the laws until now.

Catherine Middleton and Williams Child,

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2358768/Royal-baby-Prince-Princess-Cambridge-23rd-cousin-twice-removed-Blue-Ivy-Carter.html

I think it’s cute that the child is related to Hollywood Royalty, I would still like to see the charts,  hopefully from a reliable company,

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/labratory-babies/

but I think it’s cute, without reading the article, Prince William not only now has a bit of Indian Heritage, via Diana, which is not necessarily a bad thing,  I thought Harry would also be listed, but William has Indian Heritage, which is pretty neat.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/jun/21/prince-william-indian-dna-interest

Tests on two of her descendants, third cousins of William’s maternal grandmother, Frances Shand Kydd, show the presence of DNA found only in South Asia and passed down the motherline to every child; this, in the words of BritainsDNA, confirms beyond doubt that the housekeeper-mistress, Eliza Kewark, was of Indian heritage.

I think I recall an article about Queen Charlotte, and if you go far back enough, there is likely some black, or bi-racial ancestry. which is interesting, cause in a way if you go far back enough in history, most people are a little bit related, but you would not necessarily want to acknowledge a relation to everyone listed.

old on, you might be saying. Britain has had a black queen? Did I miss something? Surely Helen Mirren played Charlotte in the film The Madness of King George and she was, last time I looked, white? Yet the theory that Queen Charlotte may have been black, albeit sketchy, is nonetheless one that is gaining currency.

If you google Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, you’ll quickly come across a historian called Mario de Valdes y Cocom. He argues that her features, as seen in royal portraits, were conspicuously African, and contends that they were noted by numerous contemporaries. He claims that the queen, though German, was directly descended from a black branch of the Portuguese royal family, related to Margarita de Castro e Souza, a 15th-century Portuguese noblewoman nine generations removed, whose ancestry she traces from the 13th-century ruler Alfonso III and his lover Madragana, whom Valdes takes to have been a Moor and thus a black African.

I can only concur, that my bloodline, family line, family heritage, or what have you, is a little too rich, to be claiming relations to Hollywood Royalty, so unless actually related, let me count myself out of being related to the Middleton’s, Windsor’s, or anyone who’s a little too rich for my blood at the moment thanks.

I think it’s cute, that the child of William and Catherine, are going to be related to (Beyonce & Jay-Z) Blue Ivy Carter, Angelina and Brad Pitt’s six children, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, their 2 children, plus countless others. See it just goes to show, that you don’t have to have a bloodline match to make the grade, or the cut, and be related to everyone. :-)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s baby will also be distant cousins with Celine Dion’s three children, as well as the children of Maggie Gyllenhaal, star The Dark Knight, and Kill Bill actress Uma Thurman.

Kate and William’s first child will also be related to a host of Hollywood stars, including Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck, according to family-tracing website findmypast.co.uk.

 Hollywood mother Hilary Duff, making her son Luca 19th cousin to the Royal baby.

I am just trying to figure out why baby (Kayne & Kim ‘s) NOrth WEst, was not included in this line up. So looking forward to purchasing her fashion line.

What I will say is that the ties that bind, are very specific, and I have no specific relations, that I can or am willing to claim, to anyone in that most charming article, but it’s good to know that their is Hollywood Royalty out there, and that most of them are related, if you go far back enough. Can the Hollywood Royal children now be in line to the throne? :-)

The ties that bind, are the ties that hold us together in all seriousness. Families of the past married into specific situations for specific reasons, I am not a snob, but in doing the research into something I thought was rather, none relevant, I see the reason these situations are, and were relevant, and need to be acknowledged, and documented a specific way.

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/the-virgin-vs-the-whore/

I am seeing too many traditions in recent times broken, I am all for modernization, but I am not for breaking, or doing away with traditions, that are relevant or necessary, especially if you are doing away with those traditions, because someone failed to meet the necessary requirements.

Rulerships have a specific spiritual element, as well as earth element attached, rulership, true rulerships, have roots routed in traditions for a reason, and until a true heir is in place, some of those signs, wonders, traditions, what have you, etc, will not show, or be readily present. We are so very modern are we not, but we are forgetting, why people wanted Kings, Queens, and royal lines or specific bloodlines in the first place, it was said, there were specific properties attached to those lines that were not readily apparent, or inherent in other lines. If it was true then, it’s likely true now, and if so, I do not want to see those traditions, those ties that bind, removed for no good reason.

July 9, 2013 Posted by | Awareness, Black Females, Celebrity, Conspiracy | , , , , , | 2 Comments

Situations or girls in the news

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLiLdRbI2uA

It’s a girl

Congrats to KIM K & KANYE West on the birth of their new baby girl. Glad to
see that things are going suitable for these two individuals. If they name the
baby North, West, it would seriously be cool, but then she has to watch out for
guys, with lame pick up lines, such as hello there, your’ North, which way is
South? Otherwise it would be a cool choice, either way, best of luck.

Plus if you go with North West, people can figure out which baby fashion line to look forward to in future. :-)

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2343891/Baby-North-West-Kim-Kardashian-Kanye-battle-daughters-name.html

But new mother Kim is said to be seriously considering naming her first child ‘North’.With the child taking her father Kanye’s surname the youngster would be ‘North West’.According to InTouch: ‘North is at the top of the list of names’

That Middleton girl

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2343988/Dave-Prentis-accuses-Kate-Middleton-young-woman-having-babies-state-handouts.html

.Mr Prentis went on: ‘In the tabloid press, so much is written about benefits abuses – young women having babies to get state hand-outs. ‘But conference, that’s enough on Kate Middleton.’

I’d like to think that Kate Middleton’s handouts are a little bit better than what most young women in her situation recieve.

 

Author Hilary Mantel’s described her as a ‘shop-window mannequin’ with a ‘plastic smile’

And newspaper columnist Joan Smith dismissed the Duchess as ‘unambitious and bland’ and Britain’s ‘Queen Wag.’

‘The Duchess of Cambridge has faced repeated criticism since marrying Prince William two years ago.’

To be completely honest, this young woman has gotten more free passes, and
more free rides than the world U.K, or the world knows, what to do with, yet
the situation continues. At times she has been enabled to ride so hard on
Diana, a Princess of Wales reputation it did not make sense. Diana was a
young woman who paved the way for this person., Diana came into her own
after years, and months of some struggle and hardship, removing barriers, this young woman, and so many others not longer have to bridge, or break. She became who she became in a time before youtube over night fame, or twitter fame was heard of. In a time when the previous monarchy was antiquated. Diana was charitable, and loved the charities she represented. She actually showed up for events, and people didn’t actually
have to wonder, if she was going to actually do something, or just go on the
next vacation.

Kate Middleton’s criticism has been much less than what it could be, if there is criticism, it’s because people see this, or they see that, and they hold back as long as humanly possible before weighing in on, what needs to be said, or made mention. To think that it literally has been two years about, till they have finally started to speak up just a little bit, speaks volumes, in and of itself.

When people do personal comparisons, or even just comparisons in general, and they do, and they are clear, that their are short comings, if anything, most people just overlook the glaring truths in front of them and think, well at least Diana’s cub, married someone who
seems to make him happy. Indeed.

William seems happy enough on the outside, those friendly public displays of
affection with Catherine, which have been described as friendly brother and
sister kisses, seem happy enough, but then so did Charles and Diana at the
onset, the difference with Charles and Diana is, I believed Charles and Diana at the onset,
and I am clear that she wanted it to work out, she was in my opinion, in love with Charles, she was young, niave, and well she was what the world needed and wanted, she indeed was a Princess, and a very much beloved one, just not necessarily by the person, or persons, whom she wanted to love her the most.

Others have gotten into situations, have not done half, not even quarter of what
Diana did, in her lifetime, and I do mean lifetime, she paved the way, they have not had to endure the censure she endured, yet they have benefited from all her praise, all her glory,
in some cases. Take care.

Girl meets world

http://ca.omg.yahoo.com/blogs/omg-tv/girl-meets-world-officially-happening-disney-channel-orders-123505655.html

I am not the type who would seem like a fan, but I am out here, and I am saying good luck with the new series, ‘girl meets world’, picks up with the teenage daughter of Corie and Tapanga, also some guest appearaces from previous cast members.

In an unsurprising move, Disney Channel is greenlighting “Girl Meets World,” a spinoff of the popular ABC series “Boy Meets World.”

The sitcom centers around Riley Matthews (Rowan Blanchard), the tween daughter of Cory and Topanga Matthews. Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel reprise their famous roles as seen in the above official photo from the New York City-set series.

Looking forward to seeing the series, loved the old series, looking forward to seeing Shawn and Angela make an appearances, as well as the siblings of Corey, and Shawn. Take care.

June 18, 2013 Posted by | Black female, Black Females, black women, Single, White, white female, WhiteFemale, youtube | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Workplace zero tolerance laws

I came across this information last week when I was researching some Florida and California laws. Apparently Ontario, in Canada is going to have a new type of zero tolerance program for workplaces. This seems to be a good thing on the outside, but it will most likely create a zero tolerance program similar to what happened with their zero tolerance program for schools.

The zero tolerance program for schools, which was in effect for some time, was used to weed the schools of a lot of young black males. They were systemically targeted by the program, pushed out into the streets and gangs. Most likely also into the police informant programs as well.

Anyways the parents of many of those kids fought for years to bring cases to the Canadian or Ontario human rights commission and then finally the laws were suppose to be scrapped, because they were unfair and discriminatory, in the way that they were used. Again not before a generation of children were adversely affected, but who is counting?

Remember when programs like this are instituted in any country, city, society, they are often hailed as a good thing. Who wants violence in the schools or the workplace? Not anyone that I know. So the Ontarians are at it again. They now have the human resources acting as change agents. For those not familiar with the term, huge New World Order buzz word. Don’t forget that similar programs have been instituted in other areas. Welcomed as a good things, but based on history of such programs, what’s likely to be the real outcome 5 years down the line? More cases before human rights commissions? Not as likely, because the people who will be weeded out using these programs, will be jobless and often not able to go before commissions. The other likely scenario is because they will be booted out for zero tolerance, many might well end up on some of these lists and be followed around and systemically destroyed. So I am being proactive and warning any workers in any city, who had similar programs, watch your back, and get ready now, and not 5 years from now.

Let’s look at some articles that I came across in relationship to this.

http://www.cos-mag.com/201002011792/legal/legal-stories/fonseca-talks-workplace- violence-at-hr-event.html

[“The other component is the implementation of best practices and a sincere commitment by employers and employees to banish all violence in the workplace,” he said, adding that the Ministry of Labour has had “positive relations” with the HRPA, particularly in consulting about various legislative initiatives for Ontario workers.]

The problem with such policies are that they often don’t banish violence in the schools or the workplace. They let those such as Human Resources personnel and others who are familiar with how the system works, it allows them to find ways to exterminate those around them. To get rid of people they see as trouble makers. It will allow them to use the smallest and widest range definitions to destroy innocent lives. It will bring about change, but not the way you think. Having seen how their zero tolerance programs worked in the schools, workers should be on their guard.

http://www.cos-mag.com/201006071889/legal/legal-stories/bill-168-faq-series-chal lenges-of-complying-with-bill-168-part-1-of-3.html

[quote]

Employers may wish to have slightly different reporting requirements depending on whether the conduct at issue is workplace violence or harassment. Given the dangers inherent in workplace violence, mandatory reporting of violence from any customer, patient or client, visitor or co-worker, and obligatory remediation are desirable.

However, there are separate considerations with respect to harassment as it will be defined under the OHSA.

The tremendously broad definition of harassment in Bill 168 means that a wide spectrum of conduct would, arguably, be subject to complaint, investigation and remedy under the policy and program. This could include harassment ranging from behaviour based on grounds protected under the Human Rights Code to much more trivial behaviour that can arise as part of workplace disputes. Such harassment can also be perpetrated by a range of individuals from all levels of the organization. Finally, victims may well have different levels of tolerance for harassing behaviour. To that end, the employer may wish to permit a greater amount of discretion in the hands of employees when it comes to reporting harassment by encouraging reporting rather than mandating it.
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The first couple of lines are the most important, cause now harassment can be defined in so many new and unexpected ways that people never dreamed of, and the little worms that know the system best. The worms that are a plague upon humanity can use it to do harm. Don’t get me wrong, if used properly programs like this should be a good thing, but with a New World Order agenda working in the background, that is not likely to happen.

“The tremendously broad definition of harassment in Bill 168 means that a wide spectrum of conduct would, arguably, be subject to complaint, investigation and remedy under the policy and program. “

A wide spectrum of conduct would be open to complaint and investigation. Not only that, but also this could get people as mentioned before put on lists. Behaviours that were not subject before now will be. Remember the guy in another city who was joking with his friend, and said something very innocent along the lines of, oh better hide the immigration officials are here. His friend was black, he was white, but they had been friend for years. Well it was over heard by a third party and he was reported, put on suspension and he committed suicide. That is what zero tolerance can and often does mean.

http://www.news.com.au/world/technician-roy-amor-kills-himself-after-row-over-racist-joke/story-e6frfkyi-1225852471753

[quote]
A HEALTH technician shot himself in the head after being suspended for making a politically incorrect joke.

Roy Amor had jokingly told a black friend and colleague that he “better hide” after he spotted immigration officials at their workplace, Britain’s Mail on Sunday reported.

Although the man was not offended, someone who overheard the remark was, and complained to Mr Amor’s bosses at Opcare, which makes prosthetic limbs.

Mr Amor, 61, was said to be devastated at the prospect of losing his job and shot himself outside his house, near Bolton, England, just hours after receiving an email from his bosses.

The email had asked him to explain his comment.

According to The Mail on Sunday, Mr Amor left three notes, all of which mentioned Opcare.

One of his friends told the paper: “Roy made a joke along the lines that his friend had better hide in case the officers found him.

“It was nothing more than a good-humoured joke but apparently someone overheard it and made an official complaint because they thought it was racist.
[/quote]

If used properly it can and will be a good thing, but too often, it allows these whiny crybabies with emotional issues, that truly never learnt to take a joke, to complain about the smallest things. Now don’t get me wrong. I take the issue of workplace harassment very seriously. I understand full well that sometimes you need a broader definition. Eg. With workplace mobbing, often the examples of harassment are subtle, and it’s hard to prove much less report, and in such cases it might help to have a broader definition. With workplace mobbing, just like with a lot of other things, what happens is that the person being harassed, ends up having the harassers make complaints, and then the persons justifiable outbursts are used against them to have them removed or placed on lists. This will allow a wider range of things to be used against those targeted, when they do justifiably respond back after being taunted. In most cases, the workers feel that they have done a good job getting rid of someone who was a real problem, and the reality all too often is that these programs get used as a systemic cleansing for those that are not sheep.

http://www.cos-mag.com/201002011792/legal/legal-stories/fonseca-talks-workplace- violence-at-hr-
event.html

[quote]
“Today we live in challenging and changing times, both for government, employers and employees. Our determination to succeed is being tested. Our government must reflect the realities of a changing workplace and we must seek to make our workplaces fair, safer, as well as more competitive,” Fonseca said.

Antoinette Blunt, chair of the HRA board, also talked about the changing workplace brought about by globalization. “Globalization means that the world has become a much smaller place.”
Blunt challenged HR professionals to become “change agents” allowing better understanding between employers and workers.[/quote]

Globalization and change agents. Wake up, the New World Order agenda is knocking on a lot of doors, and by the time it has finished, it will cleanse, remove, and destroy the innocent. People have to be aware of this, and figure out ways to legally arm themselves in advance. Consider this your 10 second warning.

Workers need to have the right to know when they are being investigated, and if they get put on a watch list, they have the legal right to know. This program is likely to be used and abused in ways never imagined. Zero tolerance is great in concept, but it should not mean that innocent people get destroyed in the cross fire, and zero tolerance should not be used as a cleansing agent, for New World Order agendas.

July 2, 2010 Posted by | Black Females, Blacklisted, blackwomen, Bullying, Citizen Informants, Community harassment, community mobbing, Conformity, Conspiracy | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Male Rape. Part 3.

Over crowded Prisons.

American prisons went from semi reasonable numbers to being the overcrowded, violent, dangerous places they are today. This in large part due to the war on drugs.

The aspect of American jails that gets joked about, brushed aside, but not discussed in a serious enough manner is that of male rape.

Racism in Prison.
“Prison is the best recruiting ground the white power movement has!” pg. 58

This is from the book- No escape: male rape in US Prisons.
Apparently prisons are divided along gang line, racial lines, and so forth, so it turns out it’s a wonderful breeding ground for racism. Apparently many enter the prisons ignorant of racism or without any gang affiliations and in order to survive that is one of the things that happens you join a gang, crew or stick to your own kind along race and color lines. Thus why any attempts to desegregate prisons have to take this into consideration. They also have to take into consideration that this set up in some ways is ued for protection of some prisoners to stop other groups from brutally raping some group members.
The Rapes themselves happen in a variety of ways. Some of them are physically forced rapes, some are threats, some are extortion, many are psychological or praying on vulnerabilities. I was surprised that many of the same techniques that are used on women in society are also used in these jails. Meaning that rape is not always about force, it’s often about getting power over your target. Men in jail do use force, but they also use psychological techniques to break down their targets and to get them to submit, or become indebted to the aggressor.

Part of what happens with rapes along race lines is likely what is playing a part in changing attitutes and creating racism in these jails. Eg. White males, young males, gay males, and effiminate looking males are prime targets for sexual assults and rapes. However there are no hard and fast rules, in jail anyone can be a target.

Dividing along race lines can provide some protection, but only so much, because men are then often hit upon by members of their own groups for sex as a means of protection.
http://www.aidsmap.com/en/news/BB0BCC36-DADF-4BC7-8CF7-89C58B6B011F.asp

HIV/AIDS
HIV is a very real concern for the US prison authorities. An estimated 2% of the US prison population is HIV-positive – a prevalence four times greater than that of the general American population. The exact prevalence of HIV in prisons varies from state to state: in New York 7% of inmates are infected with HIV, compared to less than 1% in California.
This is a real problem in prison, the prison population has a 4-7 times higher HIV rate than the general population.
HIV rise in the Black Community

I found what I thought might be a correlation between the higher rates of HIV in the black African/American population and the incarceration rates. I was happy to find a couple of articles on this and one study.

Study on AIDS and increase in the black community

[quote]
It is one of the most puzzling mysteries of the AIDS epidemic: Why did blacks, in little more than a dozen years, become nine times as likely as whites to contract a disease once associated almost exclusively with gay white men?

Two researchers say they found the answer in an unlikely place: prison.

Rucker C. Johnson and Steven Raphael of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley analyzed census data and a federal database containing detailed information on about 850,000 men and women who contracted AIDS between 1982 and 1996.

They discovered that the surge in black AIDS patients — particularly women — since the early 1980s closely tracked the increase in the proportion of black men in America’s prisons, which by the 1990s had become vast reservoirs of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
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What I also found surprising is the number of men estimated to be having male on male sex willingly or unwillingly behind bars. Some research has it at 50%
[quote]Whatever the cause, the AIDS gap is not going away. Other studies suggest that half of all prisoners engage in homosexual sex. But safe-sex programs, key to controlling AIDS in the gay community, are unwelcome inside prison walls.
[/quote]

Remember there are 2.1 million men behind bars. if the studies are correct that would be about 1.5 million at any given time engaging in male on male sex at some point, in many cases unwillingly and unprotected. When I say unwillingly, I mean that outside of forceful rapes, and psychological cohesion, some men do engage in male on male sex, but if they were not forced to for protection, many men would not choose to engage in male on male sex.
http://www.thebody.com/content/whatis/art46176.html

[quote]“Our women are sharing men who’ve gotten HIV. It’s swirling around us. We cannot pretend it’s not happening and can’t ignore a chance to try and fix it.” While 21% of the state’s population is black, black women represented more than 80% of new HIV cases among women in 2006, the News & Observer reports, adding that a recent study found that most HIV-positive women reported that their last three sexual partners had been in prison the previous year.[/quote]
The men are being released back into the communities and then they are infecting new partners. This most likely why there is a rise in HIV amongst the black population
[quote]
According to prison estimates, screening and treating HIV-positive inmates would cost $21 million annually. However, according to the News & Observer, the estimate is based on a 10% infection rate, which is much higher than any state has reported. An estimated 1.8% of North Carolina’s prison population, about 700 inmates, has HIV or AIDS (Locke, Raleigh News & Observer, 4/13).

[/quote]
It’s interesting that they base it on 10% infection rate, are they just being over pessimistic or do they have figures that we do not?

I then went to have a quick look at the North Carolina infection rates.

[quote]HIV Transmission Among Black Women — North Carolina, 2004

In 2003, women constituted 28% of human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) cases in the United States; approximately 69% of those cases were among non-Hispanic black women (1). Heterosexual transmission is now the most commonly reported mode of HIV transmission among women (1). In North Carolina, black women make up a growing proportion of newly reported HIV infections and, in 2003, the HIV-infection rate for black women in North Carolina was 14 times higher than that for white women (2). Despite this disparity, few epidemiological studies have examined HIV transmission among black women in the United States, particularly those residing in southern states.[/quote]
There has been at least a few studies done however and the findings were interesting.

http://www.champnetwork.org/unshackle

HIV Positive Inmates

Prison Men, Women and AIDS
http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~ruckerj/johnson_raphael_prison-AIDSpaper6-06.pdf
[quote]The magnitudes of the results
suggest that higher incarceration rates among black males explain the lion’s share of the black-white
disparity in AIDS infection rates.[/quote]

It seems along with create more racism for society, prisons are also likely the main reasons for higher HIV rates in the Black African American community based on reentry of the prison population, back into communities.

August 24, 2009 Posted by | Awareness, Black Females, Black Male, black women, CDC, Disease, gay, harassment, Intimidation, Isolation, Minorities, sexual harassment, Skin Heads, Social Control, White Male | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Eugenics and Targeted Individuals

https://gangstalking.wordpress.com/2008/08/22/what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-targeted-individual/

This is just a quick update of a much longer post what does it mean to be a Targeted Individual. The only thing of warning I wanted to update is that for the females out there, because of the nature of the targeting and what they are trying to achieve you might get more Electronic, microwave, or x-ray radiation slightly before and during your cycle culmination, (menstruation). So be on your guard and it might not be a bad idea to make sure that your shielding is enforced during these periods.

The goals might be multifaceted. Along with the eugenics aspect, the secondary goal might be to induce cancers or other kinds of conditions of ill health. Trying to find out more on the agenda of this.

http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0762136.html

The Tuskegee experiment was not just an experiment, it’s a prevailing attitude the government has about it’s right to experiment on the general population, but more importantly who it can get away with experimenting on.

Remember that program ran for 50 years and everyone had knowledge about it all the way up to the Surgeon General.

[quote]To ensure that the men would show up for a painful and potentially dangerous spinal tap, the PHS doctors misled them with a letter full of promotional hype: “Last Chance for Special Free Treatment.” The fact that autopsies would eventually be required was also concealed. As a doctor explained, “If the colored population becomes aware that accepting free hospital care means a post-mortem, every darky will leave Macon County…” Even the Surgeon General of the United States participated in enticing the men to remain in the experiment, sending them certificates of appreciation after 25 years in the study.[/quote]

What get’s me about this is people are always saying if conspiracies were happening, someone would talk about it, someone would say something, well for 50 years, no one did. It was not just a few people who knew about this experiment, but so self righteous were they in their objective, that they put aside the humanity of these people and went on with the experiment, trusting in the prevailing racial attitudes of the time that these men, their families and children would be of a lesser value, a lesser people. The people who took part in the behind the scenes experimentation were both black and white.

[quote] It takes little imagination to ascribe racist attitudes to the white government officials who ran the experiment, but what can one make of the numerous African Americans who collaborated with them? The experiment’s name comes from the Tuskegee Institute, the black university founded by Booker T. Washington. Its affiliated hospital lent the PHS its medical facilities for the study, and other predominantly black institutions as well as local black doctors also participated. A black nurse, Eunice Rivers, was a central figure in the experiment for most of its forty years. The promise of recognition by a prestigious government agency may have obscured the troubling aspects of the study for some. A Tuskegee doctor, for example, praised “the educational advantages offered our interns and nurses as well as the added standing it will give the hospital.” Nurse Rivers explained her role as one of passive obedience: “we were taught that we never diagnosed, we never prescribed; we followed the doctor’s instructions!” It is clear that the men in the experiment trusted her and that she sincerely cared about their well-being, but her unquestioning submission to authority eclipsed her moral judgment. Even after the experiment was exposed to public scrutiny, she genuinely felt nothing ethical had been amiss.

One of the most chilling aspects of the experiment was how zealously the PHS kept these men from receiving treatment. When several nationwide campaigns to eradicate venereal disease came to Macon County, the men were prevented from participating. Even when penicillin was discovered in the 1940s—the first real cure for syphilis—the Tuskegee men were deliberately denied the medication. During World War II, 250 of the men registered for the draft and were consequently ordered to get treatment for syphilis, only to have the PHS exempt them. Pleased at their success, the PHS representative announced: “So far, we are keeping the known positive patients from getting treatment.” The experiment continued in spite of the Henderson Act (1943), a public health law requiring testing and treatment for venereal disease, and in spite of the World Health Organization’s Declaration of Helsinki (1964), which specified that “informed consent” was needed for experiment involving human beings.[/quote]

So here we have doctors, nurses and a zillion others, who were all aware, all covering up, and all keeping it quite, all proud of what they were doing, no moral authority, no outrage, and even when the truth came out, they felt that they had done nothing wrong, or that they were just following orders.

What really stands out to me, that I discovered recently is that in 1976 Gay men in New York/San Francisco were offered free Hepatitis B vaccines. The thing that really struck me is that on those posters they used this slogan.

http://www.hcvets.com/data/transmission_methods/image/cc.jpg

[quote]Last Chance for gay men to join the Hepatitis B* Vaccine Program![/quote]

This happened in 1976? Just 4 years after they had to stop the Tuskegee experiment. Plus the usual investigations into their wrong doings, which never amounts to anything. What stands out are the similarities with the slogans and the “last chance for free vaccination” line, vs “Last Chance for Special Free Treatment.”

http://www.rense.com/general54/Cancer-causing_vaccinesR.htm

[quote]Unlike most Americans, Africans are aware of the man-made theory of AIDS, and the possibility that the WHO’s extensive vaccine programs in Africa in the 1970s are connected to the severe outbreak of AIDS in the early 1980s.

On May 11, 1987, The London Times, one of the world’s most respected newspapers, published an explosive article entitled, “Smallpox vaccine triggered AIDS virus.” The story suggested the smallpox eradication vaccine program sponsored by the WHO was responsible for unleashing AIDS in Africa. Almost 100 million Africans living in central Africa were inoculated by the WHO. The vaccine was held responsible for awakening a “dormant” AIDS virus infection on the continent.

[/quote]

Many people allude to the fact that AIDS started in the gay community, and many of the people who had undergone the special Hepatitis B Vaccination program were the first to come down with AIDS. Also the African AIDS is said to have started after the American outbreak, with people taking part in similar vaccination programs coming down with AIDS first.

If this is true, it would mean these types of experimentation’s that were prevalent and condoned by the U.S. government for over 50 years, might have just continued on in a different form with a different virus.

Again going after targeted communities where they felt that their actions would far outweigh the consequences based on who was being targeted. Those attitudes have not changed significantly, when it comes to experimentation’s as we saw with MK Ultra and other such programs.

There are a large number of females, ethnic minorities targets in the Targeted Individual community. As the post goes on to say the reason for the more women than men, might have a eugenic aspect to it. They might be simply trying to make sure that you can not give birth to the next generation of independent free thinkers, and thus free people. It’s no accident that there is a multi-generational aspect to the targeting.

I thought it was important enough and so I would update you on it.

http://www.thehiddenevil.com/targets.asp

Eugenics

[quote]“For some reason, there are considerably more women targeted than men. Why would women be targeted at a much higher percentage than men? This is another question we may never have the answer for, so this is partially speculation. But one possible answer is that the elite have sponsored eugenics projects worldwide for decades. Removing fertile females from a target population is apparently a standard eugenics procedure. Families such as DuPont, Harriman, & Rockefeller have funded projects for population control.

“It was John D. Rockefeller III who was appointed by Richard Nixon as chairman of the newly created Commission on Population Growth and the American Future,” stated Allen. He quotes Rockefeller as saying, “Rather than think of population control as a negative thing, we should see that it can be enriching.” Allen contends, “Curbing population growth is just part of the Rockefeller war on the American family.”[/quote]

If you are a chic and you are targeted, expect them to try to fry, microwave your reproductive organs, and if you are lucky enough to still be able to get pregnant after that, then expect them to try to go after your child in-utro. If you are pregnant, my suggestion, don’t mention it. If they have not already tried to destroy your reproductive organs, or unborn, then don’t give then reason to.

The thing about being female is you carry all the eggs you will ever have, and if they do fry and destroy what you have, that might be it, well expect for cloning ofcourse.

If you are a guy, expect them to go after the nether regions, luckily guys can reproduce from scratch and it won’t mess up your reproductive organs, unless they use the radioactive stuff like they did in East Germany.

Still you are better off being a guy than a female when it comes to this aspect of the targeting.

May 14, 2009 Posted by | Black Females, black women, Conspiracy, Controlled society, Cures, discrimination, Disease, Electronic harassment, Females, Gang Stalking, gay, male, Minorities, Single, society, STD, Targeted Individual | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 13 Comments

People you never want to see get back together again

People you never want to see get back together again.

This post has very little to do with gang stalking it’s mostly just fluff.

I was on the Internet the other day and I saw a picture of Briney Spears and Justin Timberlake and the caption was something like back together again.

I was like what. So I read the article, and it was just about them appearing on stage together again, thanks to Madonna.

I was relieved, but then I thought about it. I mean would it be so bad if these two kids got back together again? I don’t know how I feel about this one, but there are couples out there that I never want to see get back together again.

My top favorites I have mentioned before, but I will recap.

Now had they lived in modern day times, Samson and Delilah. Never want to see these two together again. One minute he’s nice and normal killing lion’s and eating honey out of their carcasses, the next minute he’s building bombing philistines. What’s up with that?

(Please take this post in the humorous context that it’s meant to be taken in.)

Charles and Diana. Had she lived, I would not want to see these two get back together. Reading and watching bit’s of her biography, I was really saddened to see what this pretty princess went through in silence. I think some people just have a bad effect on other people. I think that relationship did not reflect well on either party and how could it, when there was a third party involved for most of their marriage.

I think seeing Charles now with Camilla, we see him truly acting the part of the prince for the person he really loves, and yes it clearly makes a difference.

I think just before she died, it was nice to watch Diana regain a bit of what she had lost during the Charles years, but they get my vote for the never getting back together list.

Who knows in another lifetime it might have worked out.

Britney Spears and K-Fed. Now I was never really a Britney fan, but this made me really sympathetic towards her. Sure it was uncool for her to take K-Fed from Shar in the first place, and I was say the head shaving, mental hospital thing kind of balanced out the karma, but I felt really bad for her.

I would not want to see Britney back in this relationship. Yeah I know they have kids, but I think the effect he had on her was pretty devastating.

It actually left him looking like the stable party out of the two, and the more fit parent. I saw a YouTube video which really opened up my eyes about the effect he had on her, and it was not good.

I think some people bring out the best in others, and some people because they don’t have anything to give, or they don’t have any value in the person, brings out the worst and bring them down to the lowest common denominator possible.

They also get my vote on the not getting back together list.

Whitney and Bobby. Again what can I say. Away from Bobby, Queen of pop, respectable, high class, the greatest love of all, on the bobby train, spiraling out of control, drugs, not singing, paternity suits, him cheating on her, not a good look.

This also left Bobby at times looking like the more stable of the two. I again think it’s a value issue. If you are around people that do not love you, or value you, I think this is the sort of effect that we start to see.

For these two getting back together. I am going to say hopefully not, not my idea of a fairytale ending.

Oh Ike and Tina. I don’t think I have to say anything else here.

The point is if you are around people who do not value you, eg. Gang Stalking parasitic elements on a daily basis, people who don’t care about you, who do not value you, who do not have he best intentions towards you, it can bring out the worst in you. It can send you spiraling out of control, and bring you down to the lowest common denominator. Many people exist in the world that are just like that. Emotional sappers as Mark M. Rich calls them. They literally feed on the energy of others.

Anyways it shows that people can go through some challenging situations and still come out of it ok. It takes a lot to turn your life around when you have been through a train wreck of a situation but it is possible.

Gang Stalking is no different, we can find ways to rise above what is happening to us. I am not saying it will be easy, or even 100% but you can rise above challenging situations. You have to. Things can bring you down, but then you have to fight you way back up and out of whatever is dragging you down.

It’s the challenge that we face everyday, some better than others. I do get some of the emails. It’s possible though. Take it apart one thing at a time. Find a work around, one thing at a time. If they are taking away your sleep, focus on finding a way to sleep. Then meet the other challenge, until you find a way to conquer what is happening. Go after one element at a time.

Anyways to situations that do have happy endings, if they are still out there, I wish them well. To those in the world that help others to get through challenges, or fight for those they care about to bring them back from challenging situations, light like that is needed and appreciated in the world.

November 12, 2008 Posted by | Black female, Black Females, black women, Britney Spears, Female, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, male, Popstar, Relationships, society, White, WhiteFemale | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Leaders

Someone asked me recently why aren’t there any good leaders left?

It was a simple enough question. I could have given a simple mundane answer and then moved on, but I didn’t. Being me, it was an opportunity to talk about the real reasons there are no really good leaders left.

I have been thinking about this a lot. I mean a lot of people are counting on political leaders to save the day. Obama being the most recent.

I had to turn to programs that have been designed to remove such leaders from society.

http://cointelpro2.com/
http://www.thirdworldtraveler.com/FBI/Lessons_COINTELPRO.html
http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2007/02/354278.shtml
http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointelpro/cointel.htm

See some years ago, such leaders did rise up, and they rose up in seemingly greeter abundance than now. They had their faults, they were no different than the leaders of this time period, but the struggles and challenges were a lot more defined for many of them. The oppression was open and overt and for many despite humble beginnings, they went out and started to make a difference for many in their communities that were struggling and oppressed.

We literally have a society that at one time had Native, Black, puertorican, White, etc leaders. People who were charismatic, good orators, people who could lead a resistance. Many were just young people who saw the open oppression of their various peoples, and how were they dealt with? They were jailed, killed, murdered, framed, discredited, on the run, targeted in every single way imaginable, till their were few left, or they did not have the resource to move forward with those movements. They were also targeted from within by Snitches/Confidential Informants who’s only job it was to ruin the organisation, and often these people these snitches were the ones who rose in power in those same organizations they sought to destroy.

What happens now in this time period is that many of those groups of people are still targeted, but it’s done in far more subtle ways, many people don’t even realise there is a struggle that continues. Most are not aware of this. They grow up in society being taught about how bad things were, and repressive, and about the leader of that time period, but what they are not taught is that things are still as repressive, just in much more subtle ways.
http://www.csudh.edu/univadv/idh0101/Profiling0101.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gary_Webb
http://www.thestar.com/News/article/201456

The bonds are still on the hands. Just not as openly. The leaders that they are fed or often hand picked by the state, and will be the ones that conform to what the state wants and needs, anyone who goes outside of that will quickly be disbanded. These groups are not taught, but soon come to realise that they are being targeted in schools by zero tolerance programs. At work by subtle social discrimination, and in the community at large, with the media, the police, and it’s still institutionalised discrimination, just not as openly, but still just as oppressive. The worst part is many people believe that they are fully free, you are not. Don’t get me wrong, we can have freedom or the concept of freedom in our minds and must continue to choose to do so.

The potential leaders of this time period often don’t even realise there is a struggle, this goes for ever race, gender and creed. Black, white, Mexican, Asian, Middle Eastern, Indian, Male, Female, etc. Many have no idea that we are all trapped in a system that is rapidly moving towards enslaving us. It’s crazy, but it’s true.
http://thehiddenevil.com/
The other problem with leaders is the system often promotes those that they think will fall in line. Those who like rewards, and promotions, those children who can’t see past their own egos, and flourish because they know how to do what the state wants them to. You can see this in an examination of who get’s targeted and the why’s.

http://www.bullyeq.com/bol/workbully/bully.htm#Why

Long ago society learnt how to strangle, choke, repress, and deal with leaders, when they do rise from the ashes of oppression, we are often amazed, but do we protect them? Do we help them? Do we defend them? You would think so, but often we use them, we take what they are willing to give, and then we desert them in their hours of need. It’s not a pretty story being a leader. We like them, because they make our lives easier, we don’t have to do the work. Someone else can save the world. They can, but why should they have to have? I have seen so many stories of whistle-blower destroyed, when we should be celebrating them in the streets.

We each have the potential in us to do some good, and I think we must strive to do so as much as possible. I get emails all the time wondering why more isn’t being done, and I am sympathetic, because I think and wonder the same thing, but then I also look back and think, if this information had been there for me two years ago, I would have been so much further along in life.

I would have know what I was up against. I would have known that my co-workers were being asked to provoke me daily to losing jobs, or getting angry, or trying to make me look crazy. I would have known about intimate infiltrations, and what to look for. My answers about family and their involvement would have been answered. I would have known that they were also being asked, forced whatever into taking part.
Awareness of what was happening would have helped. It would have been good to know that we are up against a system, a system that has endless resources that they can, and will use against a single target to bring then down to heal. Yes they will put up entire construction projects to create noise and disturbances, yes they do have cities full of Citizen Informants that can and will follow you around and try to provoke you daily. Yes they can electronically monitor you and torture you in your home. Yes the fire trucks and airplanes will be used, yes the police, fire-persons, etc are all in on it.

Having that knowledge two years ago, and a few trusted sites would have helped a lot. I didn’t have that however, but what I did not have, I now try to provide for others. My two years of torture, pain, failures, triumpths, what works, what does not work, I have blogged, and posted that for you, hopefully it will help in some subtle way.

I am still learning as I go. I do try to answer emails when I can, but I still have my own struggles daily. I still at times marvel that I could have been so blind, that I could have believed this lie that was fed to me about democracy and freedom, but I believed it. I trusted it, I was so sure of it, that is why it took so long for me to see the truth, but see it I did, and I had to see it for myself before I could move forward. Your children will believe the lies of the state, unless you teach them the truth. They will believe spying on their parents, and being citizen informants, and hunting down targets are good things to do. They won’t know the difference, they won’t know wrong from right, because oppression will be all they will learn. They will be indoctrinated, and that is all that there will be for them.

This post goes out to leaders, I know you are out there, because many of us do have the potential to be leaders, to speak the truth, to guide others, to let our lights shine forth as they must do in time, and to inspire others as we must.

To some of the leaders that have gone before, let’s remember what their efforts cost them.

Joan of Ark, lead France to victory only to be sacrificed to the enemy and burnt alive.

Martin Luther King, though appreciated he was still assassinated.

Ghandi, appreciated and assassinated.

Jesus, betrayed, appreciated, and assassinated. (Crucified.)

John Lennon, not seen as a leader in the traditional sense, but he had the influence to change a generation and he was assassinated.

The panthers, Malcolm X, jailed, assassinated, some had the loyalty of the people.

Whistle blowers, reporters that still tell the truth. Many are jobless, some homeless, many are targeted like ourselves, some have been killed for telling the truth. 

The list goes on, and the struggle continues. I don’t want to scare anyone off, but look at what has gone before, keep that in mind as we try to find a way forward.

This post goes out to leaders, past, present and future. Thank you for your light, your sacrifices, your love, guidance, and willingness to take on the burdens so many others passed by, or were too self involved to take up. We look to you, and ask for your guidance in this time period of oppression and struggle, for those of us that are waking up to the truth. The struggle has never ended, the fight has never truly been won, and the battle rages on. We pray and hope for what small victories we may have.

September 10, 2008 Posted by | black, Black female, Black Females, black women, Blacklisted, Bullying, buzzsaw, Censorship, Children, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, community policing, Conformity, control, Controlled society, Corruption, crazy, Electronic harassment, Female, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, Insane, Jesus, Joan of Ark, John Lennon, Latina, Laws, Life, male, Martin Luther King Jr, Minorities, Minority women, mobbing, Monitoring, New World Order, oppression, psychological harassment, Relationships, revolution, Rosa Parks, slaves, Snitches, State target, whistle blower, White, WhiteFemale | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Exhausted

This post goes out to any other weary traveller that has been exhausted on their path. May you find the most peaceful slumber. :-)

I woke up this morning and I was really exhausted. Not just because of the electronic harassment on going and the fact that I have been forgetting to shield properly, but because of other things.

Other unanswered questions, not really, I realise the answers and solutions will come when you are ready and you let yourself be open to them.

Ok this post is mostly not gang stalking related, so feel free to tune out.

I have been thinking a lot about reincarnation, not because I am wondering about it anymore, but because I am sure that we do reincarnate. Time and time again we take shape and form, to have human experiences. We form bonds, love, hate, and we tend to reincarnate and be attached and attracted to those we have formed the strongest bonds to. That’s the truth, it’s weird, but it’s the truth. It’s a truth that I knew on some elemental level, but always refused to believe or fully accept until recently.

For any Trekkie’s out there, think Dax, and how the host inherits the memories of the previous host. Except with humans we thankfully don’t often remember what is behind the veil. That is often closed from one lifetime to the next for good reason. Makes sense, I mean you would remember people, places, pain, love, and you could do very little about it, because you are a different entity and must start anew, no going through on the good Karma of your last incarnation. Well that’s not fully true. Even if we don’t openly remember, we have feelings of, or a sense of it. It’s all really interesting stuff.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rejoined

http://youtube.com/watch?v=_fasAZI8sYI&feature=related

I also accept that we can have pretty real spiritual experiences in human form. Some which we remember, many that we won’t. I accept that the spirit realm might be as messed up, or more messed up than this place.

I also accept that really rational logic people can find themselves in strange circumstances where they don’t know what to do. along with the whole Gang Stalking thing, I have for the last several months, found myself in a circumstance which for many would seem even more strange than Gang Stalking, except for me, nothing has topped finding out that the world is a creepy government experiment, with snitches at just about every corner. Otherwise this experience would normally top it, and for many others I am sure it does.

Anyways along with that strange path came a lot of weird baggage. I found myself in yet another game I did not want to be a part of, and every time I thought I had finally yanked myself out of the game, I was right back in and sinking deeper and deeper. I wanted out, but just kept getting pulled back in. I realised that the only way to win the game some months back, was just to leave it and lose. Sometimes when you lose you win, and sometimes you win, you really lose. Anyways with and often without my consent or willingness to participate the game continued.

The majority of the players knowing way more about what was ongoing with the game than I did. What else is new. One more area of my life that I suddenly was not in control of, not in charge of, and I hated it, but could not pull myself out.

During that time, I am trying to find the answers to the universe, what to do about the Gang Stalking, and the fact that the world is pretty much enslaved already, the fact that their is a whole entire spirit world that we can tap into if we really want to, mostly if we are at our happiest. So in the midst of the usual junk, I had more weirdness to contend with.

I often think it’s bad enough that the government can get inside our private spaces, imagine when they get inside your head and can hear your thoughts, know your dreams better then you, and what is going in your inner realm better than you do? Creepy? Yes, I am just glad that even if they can read minds, they can’t read hearts.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=8ErTP6a2Kik
Anyways back to the irritating game. It was like playing with an immature preschooler, who can’t make up it’s mind. Except really what was happening was dealing with an entity that wanted to see how long the game could be played. Back and forth the ball would spin, all the while promising a winner for the game, and really the only winner was the spinner.

Still a fun trip, one that was better not taken. A path that was better left unmapped and uncharted. It hurt a few innocents in it’s wake, that’s what I am most sad about. That’s the part of this path that I hated. My mandate is to not do harm to others, but every time I got sucked back into this path, it would invariably hurt others, people that I actually had concern for. It was a really bad path to be on. One that I should never have been on, or stayed on as long as I did. Yet it gave me insight into a realm that I would not have had insight into otherwise. A realm that I want to know more about.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=exVMdxJ8H7w

Anyways last week I took the advise that I had given myself months ago, and finally got off the path. It’s a game that is never ending, the rules are always the same. Nothing ever changes. Keep the target off balance. In a state of anxiety. Never let them know what is really going on. Be the one in control. After Gang Stalking, this was just another version of the same thing.

Anyways I hope I can stay sober and off the path. (Sober being an expression only.) So that’s my big share moment. Anyways when a path leaves you exhausted, weary, tired, etc. Sometimes as much as we hate it, and might want to hang on, you just have to exhale. Speaking of which, I want to say congrats to Whitney Houston on making a come back. I read that after years of being away she is recording again. Good for Whitney, sometimes things and people pull you off your path, and sometimes circumstances get you back to where you need to be. I am told that destiny is not a matter of chance, it’s a matter of choice.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=RuWyIKdxSzU

June 11, 2008 Posted by | Black female, Black Females, black women, changing vibrations, control, electromagnetic frequency, Electronic harassment, Females, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, Life, male, Mind Reading, Music, Passive Aggressive Manipulative, Social Control, vibrations | , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Living single and loving it.

This article came out about a month ago, but it’s a great article about being single. I think the difference between being single and happy and being single and miserable is all about choice. If you choose to be single, then it’s one thing, but if you don’t then it can be a living misery. Also if you choose not to be single for the wrong reasons it can also be a huge misery. I think in this as with anything you have to find out what works for you. Also remember that at different stages in your life, what worked yesterday, might not work tomorrow.

http://www.alternet.org/sex/77095/?page=1

[quote]I’m fifty-four years old and I have always been single. I love my single life. But for a long time I rarely said that out loud. I thought I was the only happy single person.[/quote]

NO there seem to be a lot more happily single people in the world. I think it’s only the perception that has thrown others off. Being single can be a good thing if that is where you are at.

[quote]Years later after I had read hundreds of scientific studies about marital status, happiness, and discrimination, and after I conducted my own program of research, I realized that much of the conventional wisdom about people who are single was either grossly exaggerated or just plain wrong. The place of singles in society and the significance of getting married have changed dramatically over the past decades. But our views of single and married people have not yet caught up.[/quote]

The perception is if you are single, male or female that you can’t be perfectly happy, and the reality is, with modern day society you can be. More so infact than some of your married counter parts. Now I am not knocking marriage or being not single, but I am just pointing out that there are an increasing amount of happy single people out there.

[quote] In one set of studies, for instance, we created profiles of married and single people that were exactly the same (in terms of the person’s age, hometown, interests, employment, and so forth) except for their marital status. In one experiment after another, we found that the single people were viewed more negatively than the married people. For example, they were seen as unhappy, lonely, and self-centered compared to their married counterparts. (The one exception is that single people were consistently viewed as more independent than married people.)[/quote]

Again a lot of this goes back to perception and what has always been in the past conventional wisdom, or rather what seemed to be conventional wisdom. In the past for many reasons you needed to be married to keep the household running, to have children, and ofcourse to be seen as anyone in the community.

[quote]We looked up federal statutes and found more than a thousand instances in which official marriage was linked to federal protections and benefits. We found discrimination against singles in the workplace and the marketplace. We then did research of our own on discrimination and found that realtors (and other people we asked) would prefer to rent to married couples than to single women, single men, unmarried couples, or a pair of friends — even when they all had equally positive references and ability to pay.[/quote]

Again the biggest obstacles that single individual seem to have is society itself and their negative mindset. Once they get past this, many single people do lead very happy and fulfilling lives.

[quote]The story that was taking shape in my mind was becoming clear. Single people are not as happy as married people in part because they are targets of stereotyping and discrimination.[/quote]

This is so true. The article goes on from there and I recommend reading it if you are choosing to be single and loving it. I think in modern day society people have more choices than they did in the past. I think if living single is your choice, then don’t let anyone make you think that you would be happy or better off not living single. You can live single and be happy, if it’s a choice.

[quote]Increasingly, people who are single are living their lives fully. Those who have the resources to do so are buying homes, traveling the world, and pursuing their passions. Their lives are meaningful — and yes, they are happy.

[/quote]

Again it all comes down to what works best for you. An interesting article I thought I would share.

March 16, 2008 Posted by | Asian, Black female, Black Females, black women, Female, Females, future, Health, Laughter, male, present, Relationships, Single, society, White, WhiteFemale | Leave a comment

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