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Sunday, May 25, 2008

I realize now that saying the mafia doesn't make much sense, since there are actually many "mafias" in the world: the Cosa Nostra, Camorra, Russian Mob, and so on. I really don't know "which mafia" is the one attacking me. So I guess I should say a mafia is attacking me. I call them mafia because that's what they do: they torture, maim, and torture and maim to death innocent civilians. They are some sort of "military and government" mafia because I have observed them to always be associated with military and government offices, departments, and most of all weapons. Only a military and government connection would explain the use of military-grade, directed-energy weapons on me and other innocent civilians, all delivered by helicopters with clearance to circle me 24-7-365. I know it may be hard for some of you to believe, but since I have come back from China--and even before--there has been a helicopter following me everywhere, and not only following but attacking me with directed-energy weapons that cause me great pain and suffering.

One part of the puzzle is starting to become clearer, I think: Why? Why do they do it? Why attack me? And I think I may have finally found the answer: money. It's all probably about money and greed. This possibility never really occurred to me because I am not greedy by nature. I believe this military mafia tortures, maims and kills people to cover up its trail of war profiteering and fear profiteering. There's so much money in defense companies and the weapons systems they make; in short, there's so much money to be made from building, preparing for and going to war. This is what the military-industrial complex that Eisenhower feared is all about; and I think that's what has happened and what is happening. While our country goes further and further into debt over an ever-expanding defense budget (whose history of misappropriations is legend), the corrupt people involved with this "military industrial complex" get rich while torturing innocent people (with the latest weapons they create) to keep them silent. This also explains why often I have seen the same people giving me the mafia hit sign proudly waving the American flag in my face--as if the fact that their job entails defending our great country gives them the right to be corrupt or torture civilians--or to even make any judgment about who should be tortured and who shouldn't, who is virtuous and who isn't, who is a patriot and who isn't. Our country and constitution were founded on rules, and they violate the constitution and the founding principles of our great country when they take it upon themselves to torture civilians.

I wonder: Is it really worth it to them, all that money and greed? What do they need all their ill-gotten money for? Houses? Cars? Is that really worth ruining innocent people's lives? You know, whatever money and things they buy, they can't take it with them. And I have one thing that I will take with me when I die, that they will never take with them: honor, plain and simple.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

I'm sitting here at 12:14am alone by myself, sitting and typing and missing my Mom. I want to tell you, dear reader, something about why I think it is the mafia behind it all.

I have no hard evidence that it's the mafia; only circumstantial. But of that, I have lots and lots and lots. I have so much circumstantial evidence that it is to my mind overwhelming; you may believe what you wish. I have just seen enough at this point in my life that I have concluded that it really is the mob behind it all, despite ridiculous articles in the news that say that the mafia is dead and there is no more mafia and so on.

So I say to those of you who feel they are targets like me, and who feel they are being attacked by directed-energy weapons, that you are probably being targeted by the mob for any number of reasons. The reason why they can do this is because, I believe that at some point in American history the mob secretly took over the American government; that the mob is actually running things from behind the scenes (as a prominent talk show host once mentioned). This is an unfortunate shame and a tragedy.

For those of you reading this who are IN the mob, or are mob-affiliated, on good terms with mob, purposely never get in the mob's way, do everything they tell you to do and so on, I have one question: Why? Is it because you're afraid of the mob? Because I've never known Americans to be cowardly and to run from a fight. So again I ask: Why?

Is it because you think it's cool and hip to be part of them? To be “in with the in crowd”, so to speak? I think unfortunately all the mob movies and video games (think Grand Theft Auto) have made the mob out to be glamourous and cool. It's all “fuhgeddaboudit” and tough poses and only hurting those guys that purposely give the mob trouble. What they don't show you in the movies, and in these video games, is REALITY. Because the reality isn't cool. The reality isn't the Sopranos TV series. The REALITY is innocent teenagers being targeted for torture because some mafia big wig thinks the teenager knows something he/she in fact does not. The REALITY is families being split apart, because one member is targeted for torture for something he doesn't know, and the other members are either in with the mob, easily manipulated by them, or just have no clue what's really going on and so react defensively, emotionally. The REALITY is a mother dying and a son not around when it happens, and missing from his mother's life, because a wedge the size of the Grand Canyon was driven between him and his family by a very selfish, self-centered, disgusting mafia—not the cool mafia of the movies and video games. The reality isn't cool at all.

Americans need to get past all the made-for-TV nonsense and see the mafia for who they really are: selfish, opportunistic thugs using advanced technology against civilians for their own selfish gain. Thugs who go around trying to intimidate innocent American citizens by gesture (putting their fingers on their nose, the so-called mafia hit sign) and by using high-tech directed energy weapons on them.

The mafia is not cool. They are not hip, and they are not fair. They are thugs with weapons. And they have moved beyond turf battles with rival gangs (a la Grand Theft Auto) and into the arena of controlling or trying to control American citizenry. This is not the way it has to be. America doesn't have to be like this. My grandmother said I have no street smarts cuz I guess if I did, I'd be hip with the hep mafia cats, right? Then I wouldn't want to mess with the wise guys, right? WRONG. I didn't mess with them. They messed with me. At 19 years of age. When I knew NOTHING. And for seven years and in three states I was tortured and suffered, and STILL KNEW NOTHING. That's unacceptable. That is not the America I grew up in. And that's not the America we should leave as a legacy to our kids.

My Mom is gone. Died in a car accident in 2000. I miss her like crazy and will never get to see her again. The mafia drove a wedge between us that caused me to separate from her life. In the space of that separation, she got into a car crash and died. If not for the mafia, I would have been a part of my Mom's life and who knows, maybe she would be alive today. I was a positive influence in my Mom's life, but my Mom had some problems, and I could not fight both her problems and the torture heaped upon me by the mafia at the same time.

I know they got all kinds of cash and weapons and power and influence and cool sayings like “Fuhgeddaboudit”. They drive around in their cool limousines, and because they're running the country and the military they can get away with all sorts of crap. But I encourage you: When it comes to the mafia, just say NO. We don't need them. America doesn't need them. And we would be better off without them. You DON'T have to do their bidding. You CAN stand up for what is right. And if enough people do that, there won't be a mafia anymore to go around torturing whoever they feel like torturing.

I was a geeky, bookish 19 year old who had just lost his father to cancer. I wasn't bothering ANYBODY, let alone the mafia. I knew calculus and philosophy and history, but nothing about the military industrial complex, nothing about omerta, nothing about any of that crap. I had never even seen a Godfather movie. And I am just one of the many innocent civilians that for reasons of ignorance or revenge or whimsy the mafia has chosen to torture.

It's not enough for the mafia to "change its ways". It's time for the mafia to come to an end. I ask you as one fellow American to another, and as one fellow human being to another: Just say no to the mob. Just say no. If they give you problems, you get your family involved. Your brothers, uncles, aunts, mother, father. Your congressman. The local newspaper. The national news. The international news. The courts. Your friends. You start a writing campaign. You fight. You fight and you don't take it and you don't submit. When enough of us fight back, we win. They can't control everyone because they *aren't* everyone. People have to willingly submit to their problems. Don't do it. Don't do it, don't do it, don't do it. Don't do it. Say no--and never give in.

 
 
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