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Paul Mitchell posted a status
"I'VE BEEN ON THE SIGNAL NOW FOR TWO YEARS AND I've been watching peacepinks main page now for over a year and now I decided to join!"
13 minutes ago
Carl commented on Ricardo's blog post Privacy: who is really Big Brother?
"Ti Sue. If their remote viewing? You'd only av2 buy a rf video jammer. So say I've 10 video cameras around my home & their all pointing at me?. Then without me knowing my neighbour next door cud hack in to the frequency & watch me…"
27 minutes ago
William Jones posted a discussion

Sharp End

Paul to answer your question. I had a couple sharp ends, it's when the perpetrators loose track of your mind because your really trying hard to get off the signal or when the perpetrators make general mistakes. I was in hospital running around like a headless chicken just about to die, but the doctors gave me heaps of valium and I just survived! Worst experience of my life. The nurses told me afterwards I was constantly screaming out loud "I'm a rooster illusion"I'm never going to try and get…See More
42 minutes ago
Carl replied to Paul Mitchell's discussion WHAT DOES A SHARP END MEAN ANYONE KNOW?
"Hiya. U can google the phrase. Its a type of activity or type of work, you mean that they are involved in the most difficult or dangerous aspects of it. ;)"
48 minutes ago
Paul Mitchell posted a status
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58 minutes ago
Paul Mitchell posted a discussion

WHAT DOES A SHARP END MEAN ANYONE KNOW?

The voices keep telling me "you nearly had a sharp end"See More
1 hour ago
Carl liked Ricardo's discussion Real-life electronic harassment versus “conspiracy theories”
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Seek Light posted a status
"Interesting video for TODAY: Hubertus Knabe: The dark secrets of a surveillance state (Stasi) https://youtu.be/IWjzT2l5C34"
3 hours ago

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