I was always told that I should trust my gut instincts. And I have had them for quite some time. But, I always question myself because of the trauma I experienced in the military. I was forced to deal with daily harassment after reporting the sexual assault so my defense mechanisms went haywire and created this monster known as PTSD. Had I been taken care of after reporting the assault, I would have been able to prevent the acute stress from becoming a life long PTSD. Unfortunately, we are forced to endure whatever they dole out including but not limited to professional and personal retaliation. Hence the reason the PTSD is so bad.
It’s no different in society, including the civilian world. If you speak out about the abuse, you are the one who suffers the consequences of being the whistleblower. Whether you are the girl who reports the football players in high school, the guy who turns in another for stealing at work, or the woman who reports stalking and bullying, you are going to be on the receiving end of the hell. Unlike in the military, I choose my own destiny now in the civilian world and I absolutely refuse to let others control my freedom of speech with their ‘policies’. I am an American citizen and like all citizens have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That includes the right to free speech and counsel or the right to defend oneself.
Since there is no legal court that I can talk about the impact of what gang stalking has had on me and others on-line, then I will use my right to free speech to address what I feel is outright retaliation, bullying, and stalking. I was prepared for this fight and nothing you say or do is going to impact my happiness. As a matter of fact, I feel so much happier addressing it, facing it head on, and making purposeful decisions. What happens happens. It is God’s will. I will be happy regardless of other people’s actions. I have found that inner strength and will use it.
Everything happens for a reason. I have no regrets in life. Unlike most, I am not going to submit to another person’s control. I told the truth and held others accountable just like I did in the military. That will never change. I am not going to remain quiet because those who think they control me are worried that their gang stalking days are going to be revealed. One must always remember to look at their own actions/inactions before they judge those of another. No one will ever control me again. That is my trigger. And whatever consequences that come with doing what I have to do to protect myself is my number one priority.