Terry I %100 agree with your recent email message. We TI's must not be so quick to judge everyone we meet or encounter as perps because it makes us look crazy. While I understand why we as TI's do it we must practice, including myself, discerning good people from the bad. WE targets with the help of some other people who are ready to be a "spokesperson/s" for targets need to have a unified message. When our ideas and experiences are scattered all over the place it gives outsiders the impression of people who aren't thinking clearly. If we have a mission statement for what we stand for this will go a long way in terms of unifying ideas and concepts. Activism is probably the only way this will be exposed on a bigger level.
So often we go through so much as targets and let paranoia take over rational thought. We must try not to let this happen. My experience through the years of attempting to reach out to TI's is sometimes in the ti community we are meaner to each other than people who aren't ti's.
I totally understand how hard it is letting other people in but at some point we have to. When talking to other TI's it is a welcome to share experiences but considering that our lives are bombarded 24/7 with harassment it would be of a great benefit when we communicate with other targets to just enjoy life when we talk or in some cases meet in person with other ti's.
I would like to think that for most TI's all we want is a normal life. Right. So when we talk with other ti's we can vent but also let's talk about non-ti things as well it will benefit us mentally and physically to do things that we once enjoyed in our pre gangstalked lives.
We also must refrain from any drugs or alcohol as those things can cause people to become hyper paranoid and severely discredit the gangstalking cause. Not to mention paranoia is a side effect of many drugs. So we must utilize other healthy coping mechanisms with dealing with being targets. I am more than willing to be a spokesperson for ending gangstalking but input from others and coming up with a unified message and goal is essential to our success. I must thank Terry for his inspirational email for giving me the courage to put this message out there. I give you my support to ending gangstalking.