Stalkers and Punishers

My stalkers love the popular fiction character, “The Punisher”.  They somehow think they are actually superior to other people and have the right to arbitrarily “punish” people any way they want to for anything they want to.  They are abusers in every defiition of the word.  Because they bring it right into my home and finances, it is domestic violence.  I don’t even have a relationship with these idiots but they are abusing me in my home and abused me at work until I could no longer work.

I’m not sure where to start on this blog, but I guess I wil just start with this morning. I went out to my van this morning and both of the front windows were down, but the van was locked.  This would not be a big deal, except I am being stalked.  This is the kind of gaslighting stuff these jerks do.  They keep moving things and messing with things so that if you are not aware of them doing these things, you think you are losing your mind.  Other people think you are losing your mind.  They drive by and see something like my windows down in my van and think I’m crazy, or at least very airheaded and unreliable.  It’s better now that I know what is going on, because I know I am not going crazy.  But it’s still irritating.

So moving forward today, I was playing a game that has people from all over the country on it.  One of the names of the characters was “U deserved it, Lil Uzi Cyan”.  He made sure and be in my way so I had to see him for a few minutes which in game time is forever.  Another one had the name, “DamnYou (my cat’s name here)”.  And my cat has a unique name.  It’s not Tiger or some name you might hear a cat commonly named.  The name was actually “DamnYou(my cat’s name), Killa Budz – Cloudrest Hero”.  All of that suggests to me that they are threatening to kill my cat.

Then to write in this blog a little about stalkers I Googled “stalker definition”.  This is what appeared at the top of the search:

stalk·er
ˈstôkər/
noun
noun: stalker; plural noun: stalkers
  1. 1.
    a person who harasses or persecutes someone with unwanted and obsessive attention.
    “(My name here)  claimed she was the victim of a stalker”
2.  a person who hunts game stealthily.
“a keen fisherman and deer stalker”

I don’t know what other people see when they do that search, but it had my first name in the example under number 1.  Then the part under 2 either refers to my dad teaching me hunting and fishing, which I have written about in these blogs, or indicates that these people are hunting and fishing for me like hunters.  It probably is meant to indicate both.

 

Today I’m just going to use some definitions to demonstrate what these personalities are like.

Psychopath – a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social behavior.

Normal social behavior does not involve threatening people’s pets, messing with their property, or trying to make another person go crazy, or think they are crazy.

Sociopath – a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.

This is what we are up against.  A lack of conscience.  You can talk and talk and talk and these kinds of people have no real understanding of sympathy, empathy, fairness, community.  Anything that involves understanding others falls on deaf ears with these kinds of people.

Domestic violence – from exerts from Wikipedia explanation this is violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic setting.  It occurs when the abuser believes that abuse is an entitlement, acceptable, justified, or unlikely to be reported.  Trapped in domestic situations through isolation, power and control, cultural acceptance, lack of financial resources, fear, shame, or to protect children.  Victims may experience severe psychological disorders such as post traumatic stress disorder.

Targeted INDIVIDUALS do not have relationships with these people, but they are in our domestic setting.  In every part of the domestic violence defined above the targeted INDIVIDUALS suffer.  And I think a lot of people caught up in the culture of this on the other side are afraid for their kids, so they are made to participate against their wills.

These abusers think they are entitled to punish us, that it is acceptable behavior, that they are justified because you made them mad, and that there’s no way for you to report them.  We are trapped in domestic situations through isolation, power and control, cultural acceptance of these practices, lack of financial resources because they invariably cause people to lose their jobs or retire early and lose out on money in that way, fear, shame (this stuff is embarrassing and they count on it being something you don’t want to talk about), and we all naturally want to protect children – all of us who are not psychopaths or sociopaths.  Victims (I) experience severe psychological disorder as post traumatic stress disorder.  The thing with PTSD is that it doesn’t really get better while you are still actively being abused and intimidated.

They don’t fight fair.  They don’t beat you up and walk away.  They don’t let you get up, dust yourself off and go on with life.  They beat you up and then they keep beating you for life.

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