Friday, January 4, 2019

Another Example Of Identity Theft

The kind of identity theft I'm speaking of involves a group of people socially treating you as if you're no longer in possession of your own identity as a result of the ambiguity of the English language.

Here's an example:

You walk into a store where you plan to order an appliance for delivery to your home. You let the clerk know this and they ask you some questions.

Clerk: May I have your name?

You: Certainly. My name is John Doe.

Clerk: May I have your date of birth?

You: I was born January 1st, 1980.

Clerk: May I have your address?

You: Yes. I live at 100 Smith Street, Ontario, Canada. N9J-3X3

Clerk: Is the shipping address the same as your billing address?

You: Yes it is.

You pay for the appliance and leave the store. Later you are treated as if you're someone else. In other words, other people begin treating you not as yourself but as someone else. Then they imply that in order to be yourself that you have to pay them for your identity, because you've given it away by answering the clerk's questions.

I've been experiencing this sort of thing for a very long time and I'm sure that there are others who do too. Its as if such a cult has taken over your identity and you are no longer treated as if you exist at all.

I am not speaking specifically of my purchase of a new Internet connection, although it is ironic that the service representative had the exact same birth date as my own. Another setup maybe or coincidence. I'd prefer serendipity but we'll have to see how this plays out because that's precisely how this cult seems to erase people. Meanwhile everyone you try to explain this to just ignores it and you if you're a victim of the same thing.

So my stories are good enough to steal as is my identity, but the originator of both those things (myself) is not good enough to acknowledge. Not to mention that there are some from as far back as Ferretina Film Productions Ltd (prior to that they were Animation Group Ltd). who believe that they mind controlled me into doing everything I've accomplished since leaving the shelter system 7 years ago. I don't think so. Actually I'm pretty certain that nobody did control me into doing anything.

So that's just one example of how this cult achieves that sort of thing. Erasure?

Might be something conducted by "guns". Guns are people who carry around the social burden of wrong doing of a large number of people and use it as ammunition to harm other people socially. They shoot other people with this social burden by treating their victims harshly. Typically this is an activity of the "blue" team as they define it, though I myself don't divide people up according to the symbolism of colours. That would be a violation of the Charter Of Rights And Freedoms and the Human Rights Act of Canada and I'm Canadian.

I guess if my stories and identity are up for the taking of every identity thief, then perhaps I should just discontinue my writing career?

Maybe this cult just likes trying to make me "complain" (which I'd rather refer to as protest because it is an issue of rights).

Ironically, I was actually thinking about writing to China on behalf of my country and Amnesty International about the release of the Canadian citizens being held there. I completely sympathize with China in the sense that the United States seemingly purposefully screwed our relations with China while using the whole scheme as a negotiating tactic to leverage a better trade deal with China. Hence why I am losing faith in the United States for actions such as those. If the issue of Huawei's violations of sanctions against Iran was of such importance, why then did they wait until the midst of the trade negotiations to act upon a warrant and put Canada directly in the middle of their illegal charges? (The sanctions against Iran have nothing to do with the rest of the world, they've only been enacted by the United States without the support of the world court).

If I'm not myself, then I guess I should refrain from standing up for others, including my own country persons seeing as when I was in dire straits nobody, not a single person stood up for me. Instead they stole all of the efforts that I made for others and attributed and credited them to other people so that I would not receive the same treatment from others.

That's not just my dilemma but something many Canadians and other citizens of the world are currently facing at this hands of an abusive ideology that I am not going to protect. Why should I or anyone do anything if the rewards for doing so are going to go to someone else? With all due respect,

I don't work for Videolink though they are a good company and I did work for them up until 2000. I haven't worked for them since that time. Not even once and I have no ownership in the company either. Shhhh! Digital Media, my organization is a completely different company in a strategic alliance with Videolink.

The vast majority of content produced here all originates from myself, Brian Joseph Johns, with some of the visual content originating from other artists on the internet with their permission or payment.

I guess when many people are trying to steal your identity and your content, they're purposely trying to make you appear anything but selfish and self centered. I'm fairly certain that this is a strategy employed by this abusive cult to make their victims appear to be self serving, because this cult even prior to 2000 were hunters of people they referred to as SSTs (Self Serving Types) that targeted people both based upon their attitudes and their blood type*. The cult would evaluate their victims through a form of social profiling that would reveal whether they were sociopaths or selfish according to this cult's definition.

I'm not going to "dance" trying to prove that I'm not selfish. I mean how could one prove something contradictory to that when so much of your own history and identity has been stolen from you? Its not like I've ever stolen someone else's identity so this is certainly not Karmic punishment. Usually other people would come to your defense in such cases but nothing of that sort has occurred so I'll defend myself and not others.

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Here's some letters written by or received by me for my activism:



From the Premiere Of Alberta


Dear Friend,


Thank you for your correspondence regarding caribou recovery strategies in Alberta. I share your passion for conservation and I appreciate the time you took to reach out to me.


We are working with the federal government to develop an agreement to enhance caribou population and critical habitat recovery. We have spent millions of dollars on recovery activities to date, submitted draft range plans in December of 2017, and are working hard to meet the timelines laid out by the federal government.


We began to take action in 2017 to restore caribou habitat in the Little Smoky Caribou range. Further restoration is planned over the next year. This restoration along roads and seismic lines will connect caribou habitats and reduce pressure from predators such as wolves.


This past May, our government also established the world’s largest adjoining area of boreal protected land. The new and expanded Kazan, Richardson, Dillon River, Birch River, and Birch Mountain wildland provincial parks in northern Alberta support our government’s commitment to protecting our land, water, and forests for future generations of Albertans and our wildlife. These newly protected areas are also expected to support caribou habitat recovery. You can find more information by visiting www.alberta.ca, and searching for “Creating world's largest boreal protected forest.”


As we work to protect caribou, we have heard from thousands of Albertans who are concerned about the effects that caribou range planning may have on their communities, their jobs and their way of life. We take these concerns very seriously.


Our province is recovering from one of the deepest economic downturns in our history. We will not harm Alberta’s recovery by moving forward on caribou range plans before the economic impacts of those actions are thoroughly understood.


That’s why this spring, our government wrote to the federal ministers of Energy and Environment and Climate Change, and sent a delegation of Albertans to Ottawa to discuss our province’s concerns. We informed them that more time and work is needed to understand the socio‑economic impacts of caribou range planning on Alberta communities before they are finalized, and that the federal government needs to play a greater role in supporting Alberta’s work on this important file.


We continue to work with industry, First Nations, community leaders, and non-governmental environmental organizations to find solutions that strike a balance between protecting caribou and safeguarding the jobs and industries that support tens of thousands of Albertans in the north and central region of our province.


If you would like more information about caribou range planning in Alberta, I encourage you to become part Environment and Parks’ online community at www.talkaep.alberta.ca. Registration allows you to access the full suite of the ministry’s engagements, and get email notifications on upcoming public engagements.


Thank you again for taking the time to write. I assure you the Government of Alberta’s approach to caribou recovery will continue to strike a balance between range planning and protecting Alberta’s energy and forestry communities.


Sincerely,
Rachel Notley
Premier of Alberta



From the Office of Prime Minister Stephen Harper followed by the letter that resulted in that response:



Dear Mr. Johns:

I would like to acknowledge receipt of your e-mail addressed to the Prime Minister regarding the prevention of violence against Indigenous women.

You may be assured that your comments have been given careful consideration. As they will also be of interest to the Honourable Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable John Duncan, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, I have taken the liberty of forwarding copies of your message to them. I am certain that the Ministers will give your views every consideration.

Thank you for taking the time to share your views with the Prime Minister on this important issue.

P. Monteith
Executive Correspondence Officer
for the Prime Minister's Office
Agent de correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre

>>> From : Brian Johns fav.inbox@gmail.com Received : 28 Nov 2012 10:18:27 PM >>>

>>> Subject : A moment of your time for the issue of violence against women. >>>>

Dear Prime Minister Harper,

I am a citizen whose concern for the fair treatment of Aboriginal
women is as important as the treatment of all women.

We as a nation do not tolerate violence against and the exploitation
of women, yet why is this not the case for Aboriginal women within
Canada. With cases like that of Robert Pickton and numerous
disappearances and deaths of Aboriginal women within cities around the
country, why is this allowed to continue? There is no justifiable
reason for us to ignore the plight of any women within our nation yet
it is allowed to go on without someone saying 'this isn't right'. We
cannot allow ourselves to be lulled into thinking that if we see it
happening around us that it must be ok.

We as the people of Canada serve as your eyes and ears in terms of
your navigation through the often perilous challenges for our country.
If we are your senses then why ignore requests from us, and agencies
like Amnesty International with regard to this issue. Please show the
mothers and daughters of the members of our Aboriginal community that
we as a nation of many different and valued people care for their well
being and welcome them as well as the Aboriginal peoples as likely as
they welcome us, for despite our differences, we all are really one.
To allow them harm is to harm ourselves.

Truly,

Brian Joseph Johns



From the Office of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau


Dear Mr. Johns:

On behalf of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, I would like to
acknowledge receipt of your correspondence regarding the problem of
violence against women.

As your comments will be of interest to the Honourable Carolyn Bennett,
Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, and the Honourable Patricia
A. Hajdu, Minister of Status of Women, I have taken the liberty of
forwarding your e-mail to the their attention. I am certain that the
Ministers will wish to give your concerns every consideration.

Thank you for writing to the Prime Minister.

A. Opalick
Executive Correspondence Officer
for the Prime Minister's Office
Agent de correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre

>>> From : Brian Johns fav.inbox@gmail.com Received : 07 Mar
2016 10:58:44 PM >>>

>>> Subject : A Matter Of Importance >>>>

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

I am sending you a letter which I sent to former Prime Minister Stephen
Harper on the 28th of November in 2012. The letter that I sent follows:

I am a citizen whose concern for the fair treatment of Aboriginal women
is
as important as the treatment of all women.

We as a nation do not tolerate violence against and the exploitation of
women, yet why is this not the case for Aboriginal women within Canada.
With cases like that of Robert Pickton and numerous
disappearances and deaths of Aboriginal women within cities around the
country, why is this allowed to continue? There is no justifiable reason for us
to ignore the plight of any women within our nation yet it is allowed to go
on without someone saying 'this isn't right'. We cannot allow ourselves to
be lulled into thinking that if we see it happening around us that it must
be ok.

We as the people of Canada serve as your eyes and ears in terms of your
navigation through the often perilous challenges for our country. If we
are your senses then why ignore requests from us, and agencies like Amnesty
International with regard to this issue. Please show the
mothers and daughters of the members of our Aboriginal community that we
as a nation of many different and valued people care for their well being
and welcome them as well as the Aboriginal peoples as likely as they welcome
us, for despite our differences, we all are really one.


To allow them harm is to harm ourselves.

I received a direct and formal reply from the office of the Prime
Minister with regard to the above request and was able to see some action and
results in this regard especially with investigations that sought to
reduce victimization of Women who'd been lured into prostitution often by those
who'd employ the use of crack cocaine or another addictive drug as the
motivating factor in retaining those Women for such purposes. They would
literally repeat their service hiring themselves out for small amounts for
the concern of making sure they could afford their drug habit. Many of the
dealers responsible for this activity were and are aware of this. These are
people who really sought to and did do these things to Women. It is one
thing for Women to consensually play with their lover or partner in
whatever way they as a couple choose, so long as there is consent. Its
quite another for a Woman to be lured into selling themselves in order to
pay for a drug habit that they've often been led to by the very person who
is selling them for sexual purposes. When Women have been involved in such
activities and with someone who wants that to remain quiet that creates
motive for the activities of someone who might seek to snuff their lives
out to keep them quiet. These are important considerations for this
issue and should be tabled as there have recently been cases that involve such
activities as I've described here.

I would like to expand upon that request and ask of you that such a
mandate be pursued as did the prior occupant of your office to include all Women
whom fall victim to such acts and tragedy as I am certain you are taking
steps to accomplish. There needs to be a tracking mechanism that can help
investigators follow such cases of wrong doing with regard to such acts
in such a way that Women are not exploited in such a way and to prevent
Women (including Transgender Women who've identified themselves and their
gender as Women) from meeting such ends seeing as the occurrence of such crimes
are more likely to find Women victims much more often than Men. Our
investigative capacities and law encorcement capabilities should reflect
that difference and ensure that such information or intel related to
such activities immediately is taken into consideration or evaluation as per
standard operations by law enforcement.

As in my Canadian books A Lady's Prerogative
<http://www.amazon.ca/Ladys-Prerogative-Brian-Joseph-Johns-ebook/dp/B013
8IVRZ2
>
and The Butterfly Dragon I: Heroes Of Our Own
<http://www.amazon.ca/Ladys-Prerogative-Brian-Joseph-Johns-ebook/dp/B013
8IVRZ2
>
both of which have characters of Canadian origins and of a wide variety of
origins and cultures, I would like to see a society where Women and Men
are equals and work together as a team, regardless of sexual orientation or
culture and for all Women to feel safe to this end.


[Both of these books have been unpublished from Amazon

and are now freely available at Shhhh! Digital Media (http://www.shhhhdigital.com)]
Canada is a world leader in that aspect having been amongst the first five
countries in the world that ratified the Women's vote in 1918 (following
the suit of Manitoba's Provincial Women's vote) and as the fifth country
in the world to have the Women's vote. That's only 25 years behind the
first country to who brought about the first Women's vote in 1893 (the vote
occurred in 1894). Let's hope that we are a World leader in Women's
rights in the future as we are and have been in the past.

Sincerely,

Brian Joseph Johns
In honour of International Women's Day

200 Sherbourne Street Apt 701
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5A 3Z5
416-203-0928


From Senator Charles E. Schumer responding to my letter in support of net neutrality.



Dear Mr. Joseph Johns:

Thank you for contacting me to express your support for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) 2015 Open Internet Order. I share your belief in the need for strong net neutrality protections.

The new FCC chairman Ajit Pai has acted to dismantle the Obama-era FCC rules that required internet service providers (ISPs) like AT&T and Comcast treat all internet traffic fairly. I believe this move will undermine the openness of the internet by allowing large ISPs to block, throttle, or prioritize content. This action will do nothing to invigorate our economy nor spark innovation. Instead, it will limit choices for consumers and greatly increase costs for American start-ups. Keeping the internet open is critical to twenty-first century freedom and innovation, for both businesses and individuals alike.

I joined my Senate colleagues in a letter encouraging Chairman Pai to abandon his plans to dismantle FCC net neutrality rules. Especially in the face of reports that malicious bots may have interfered with the proposed rule change public comment period by inserting thousands of fake comments, I urged Chairman Pai to delay the vote until a full investigation could be launched. Unfortunately, Chairman Pai chose to move forward with his plan to dismantle net neutrality. Following the FCC’s vote I announced my support for a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution which would undo Chairman Pai’s repeal and restore the Open Internet Order. This year, my colleagues and I will force a vote on the CRA to try to overturn this ill-advised action. Regardless, I will continue to press the Trump administration to support a free and open internet and maintain critical consumer protections.

Again, thank you for contacting me. Please keep in touch with your thoughts and opinions.

Sincerely,

Charles E. Schumer
United States Senator


...


I am most grateful for the responses that I've received for any sort of effort I've made in trying to make this world a bit better than it was when I arrived. Hopefully a goal possessed by many.

That's just the surface. So does that mean that I'll lose those letters now for revealing them and that they'll go to the credit of someone else stealing my identity?

If you try to take things like that from me you're going to have a heck of a fight on your hands as you already do. I'm the same guy whose love interest is Mandarin Chinese and that's something I'm willing to protect with my life if the need ever arose to do so for all you racists that believe it is wrong for a Caucasian man to be in a relationship with a Chinese woman and to those of you who might be against an age gap of a decade and a bit in such a relationship.

I'm 51 years old. What would be wrong if she was older than myself or younger than myself?
Absolutely nothing would be wrong with that and I stand by that point of view whole-heartedly.

I am not a member of any ideology or belief that would violate civic law and/or the human and animal rights of others in the execution of the rules of their beliefs.

Usually such people who think they can steal the identities of other people by keeping secret what their victim has revealed about themselves use the symbolism of the shade black to define that aspect of taking someone else's secrets from them. This is another example of how colour and shading symbolism plays into the activities of this cult, despite Canada's Human Rights code and the Charter Of Rights And Freedoms.

I think they also use my internet habits as an indication of who I am and when it suits their interest, they swap my apartment with someone else's within the same building or city that I live. So for instance, I've had an interest in weight loss because I could stand to lose about fifteen pounds in the right place (around my belly). I'm 6 feet tall and weigh 175 lbs, and have a slight layer of fat around my waist (not bad for 51 but I'm sure that I can do better). So because I sometimes check out weight loss related emails that I receive and am concerned with checking the nutritional facts of my food, this cult assumes that I am someone else other than myself, which is not the case. They assume that my love interest is someone African or Jamaican who has a weight problem, which is not the case at all. As I've stated they're racists. They believe that people who have French heritage must pay Africans or Caribbean people for their blood. They also believe that it is wrong for someone Caucasian to be in a relationship with someone Chinese. So they do everything that they can to prevent such a relationship and try to give other people the impression that I'm with someone completely different which is not the case at all.

I think they also assume because I do like Japanese erotic content that it somehow voids my love interest being Mandarin Chinese. which is not the case at all. She knows me well and knows what I like as do I her. The real shame is that in trying to explain myself I have to reveal many personal secrets because of the activities of this cult to steal my identity. They're definitely the most abusive people I've ever encountered in my life and I find it surprising that they are allowed to operate in such a manner in Toronto. I am not blood centric at all and if any of my heritage posed a restriction to being with someone Chinese, Japanese or Korean, I'd cut that blood off in a second without a moment's thought because I won't side with any such racism. I'm Caucasian and if anyone is offended by that, then perhaps they have a racist attitude themselves. I will not ever pay for anyone else's blood. No thank you. Mine will due. Also, I am not Roman Catholic. I am Buddhist and Taoist. I don't do love/hate or blood/fire. My love interest is quite thin, and even if she wasn't I'd still feel the same way about her.

I think that some ideologies believe that if you stick up for someone else that you are sucking their blood like a vampire. I absolutely do not believe this to be the case and that's another example of how racist attitudes sneak into society. I don't stick up for other people to have their blood. I do it because it progresses human rights. If anyone suddenly loses their own identity every time they stick up for someone else or is forced to pay for the blood of others, that's a step backwards for human rights. I guess they prefer it to be every person for themselves.

So lets do away with the infrastructure, the Medical system, the Policing system and Fire Fighters, the Postal service and due process and just live in tribes. When someone gets sick or injured, they're on their own. When you get old and need someone to care for you, too bad. When someone comes and takes all of your stuff from you, them's the breaks. I mean here we have an ideology that believes that they can just take the history from one person and give it to another. I'm not going along with that whatsoever.

I think that the motive for people doing such a thing is because if you react with anger to such efforts, it makes you the hate side and usually what they're trying to do is to make one of their friends the love side. So its about breaking down good people so that they become reactive and even hateful as a result of identity theft and social abuse. Most people like that want to steal the good of their victims and wear it as their own. Almost like a form of social cannibalism.

I've never once asked for anything from the people I've stood up for, but from some that I have, I've actually received a lot of abuse locally hence why I've ceased doing so. Likewise I am not racist whatsoever, but I won't stand for abuse from any other culture and certainly not my own. Likewise, I don't want a crown of any kind. I'm not a King or Royalty of any kind. I actually don't believe that anyone has superior blood to any other human being. I believe the benefit of Royalty is experience, tradition and most importantly diplomacy. I don't think that there are many who could live up to the responsibilities and sacrifice required of Royalty. Perhaps its a little like parenthood in that way.


Brian Joseph Johns
http://www.shhhhdigital.com

200 Sherbourne Street #701
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5A 3Z5
416-203-0928

Email:
fav.inbox@gmail.com
weltherwithsp@gmail.com

Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/favBrianJ


* This cult wrongly assumed that people with the blood type AB were inherently selfish because at that time it was understood by them that those with blood type AB could not donate blood to other blood types except their own, but rather they could only receive blood from every other blood type. Being a blood donor I am aware of this but this cult steals aspects of your identity. Anything you fail to stand up for and they give that aspect of your identity to other people. They're an evil cult rampant in Toronto and likely other parts of the world right now.

The truth about blood type AB is that they are universal platelet donors, one of the most highly valued products of whole blood. Blood type O donors cannot donate platelets to any other blood type but their own but may receive platelets from every other blood type. So both blood types AB and O are universal donors. Prior to 2014, I had a blood type of AB but it was mysteriously changed despite having witnesses (including notable physicians) that my blood type was AB. More evidence that this social cult in Toronto are and have been trying to steal aspects of my existence and replace them with those of another identity. With all due respect, I'm not from Nova Scotia and my name is not John, Bobby, Jake, Clarence, Terence, Chuck or Mike. Oh, and I'm a piano player, not a guitar player though guitar is a wonderfully expressive musical instrument and the two instruments actually have the same origins. I've never lived in Nova Scotia and I'm not a member of any religion in which you are required to swap identities with that of someone else. This cult does that sort of thing so they can steal the best parts of their victim while leaving the worst parts of their members to their victim. they also expect their victims to pay for other people's blood.

I think that I've proven that I'm not a Gnostic if you read my last post carefully.


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