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"I think I’m finally getting to him," Part Two

24 Oct
Demon-people drama: “I think I’m finally getting to him” recounts just one episode out of many, many occurrences of stalking over the years, describing how a man at the behest of demons engaged in a months-long campaign to stress me out, mostly, by following me to every group in which I posted blog-related data to my Facebook audience, harassing, criticizing and mocking me relentlessly so as to discredit me. While the post focuses primarily on the singular acts of just one stalker, it uses the evidence of those acts to bring to light a much larger agenda at work than that of most stalkers, namely, a plan to induce trauma by stress using whatever means at the disposal of countless participants and their demonic counterparts, and that for as long it takes to achieve their goal [see Demons prefer suicide to murder],

NOTE | Those involved are in no rush to achieve their ultimate goal, the deadline remaining flexible by any successful protracting or prolonging of the campaign by creatively or intelligently meting out stress in a way as to compact more of it in the overall experience on my way to that goal.

There was plenty of evidence of this plan before that post, and there’s been plenty more since—after all, it’s been ongoing for nearly 10 years; but, what compelled me to introduce it to readers so late in spite of having known of the plan since the beginning, was the mistake he made in accidentally posting publicly what was obviously intended to be a private message to one his cohorts, which bragged of his progress in “finally getting to me.” Although the plan was not explicitly spelled out in the message, it inferred and implied that one existed, a fact evident not only by its wording, but by the plethora of evidence found in other posts to the blog—posts that didn’t make a connection between any particular event and the plan at the time they were written, but which could then be linked in succession by that latter post

The post finishes with my publicizing of the evidence, which caused not only stress in reverse to the stalker (via embarrassment), but which resulted in a complete backfire of the intention to preclude me from developing a following of blog readers. It afforded me a complete turnaround, actually; for example, of the 15 groups to which I was then only a member, six of them I now administer, thanks in part to the mistake made by the stalker, which raised eyebrows everywhere when revealed. As to the impact it had to my overall credibility, I couldn’t say; but, I can say this, it made me interesting to people, and made me look like a had a bigger problem than the one most readers suspected I had before.

This video of Long giving his due to the plan promises to do the same, except that it brings the problem to my day-to-day living situation. After a recent rant by woman who decided to overlook what is tantamount to murder-in-progress and deride my “lifestyle” instead—one which I may have affected from time-to-time, but am otherwise not afforded by the particulars of my situation—and who lambasted me for purposefully engaging demons and their people and foregoing the much better choice of just ignoring them—also not an option—I’ve been thinking of ways to negate any notion of the life and person she described in our conversation.

The video, below, provides fertile ground for achieving just that:

As an added benefit, the theme of his rant therein is reminiscent of one of the same kind described in numerous posts to this blog, and can be linked (eventually) to the same plan described above.

A witness to the rant the video shows, which he had to have heard, being in the t-shirt I was wearing at the time

Such posts (sort of) include:

Oh, the woman’s rant, which was delivered after near non-stop phone calls and text message for two straight days, at the end of which she revealed that she never had a sincere interest in her or my situation, and was merely wasting my time, and stressfully at that:

For two days, a woman posed as a victim in desperation, having been beleagured by demons and related activity, but who, as shown by her texts, above, revealed it as part of an ongoing campaign of harassment on their behalf

 
2 Comments

Posted by on October 24, 2016 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “"I think I’m finally getting to him," Part Two

  1. DS

    November 6, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    Like to be fair man, your blog is interesting but it’s kind of messed up when people reach out to you or leave a comment (under the guise of being anonymous) and you put their personal info on blast; names, phone numbers, addresses :/

    Regards,

     
    • theoknock

      November 7, 2016 at 8:43 am

      The blog describes an emergency situation, what the hell are you talking about?

      I never put anyone on blast; but, if you disagree, then tell me what is it that you think I’m putting out there.
      Is it a report about their recent charity work? or, am I commending them for being brave in the face of danger, having put their own lives on the line to help others in need when no one else would?

      Nothing like that, is it? It’s usually a sell-out, a coward other like him would call opportunistic; they are hate-filled, and commit violence for any or no reason. They are always full of excuses—which they call reasons—for indulging in violence, and for taking what belongs to others. They are not only blind to their own faults, but they refuse to hear anything said to them that doesn’t serve theirs wants and wishes.

      Instead of seeing the problem as a mutual one, they cannibalize and murder their own—and, this, just to keep their pleasures, the lives they once knew. They have appetites that cannot be satisfied, and they do nothing but consume. For be it that one of them—yourself included—would pull their heads out of their asses long enough to read all the posts to the blog.

      If they (and you) had, your first problem would be with the people I just described. Your first concern would be my welfare. You would at least have more questions than accusations.

      These are logical.

      So, why aren’t you acting logically? Do you know something you should be sharing, perhaps? Maybe you’re really scared of what’s going on, maybe you feel overwhelmed by it, and you’re picking on someone close to it to find a way to relate to it (in the hopes of saving yourself)?

      In sum, I blog relevant stuff; if I mention someone, there’s a damn good reason. The kind of asshole you described doesn’t exist here.

       

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