Group Stalking, Identity Theft, Religion, Philosophy, Conduct

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Group Stalking, Identity Theft, Religion, Philosophy, Conduct

Forgive me for being preachy here but this problem is ever in dire need of attention.

It is unfortunate that this problem exists at all. Groups of what can only be described as bullies stalking and harassing a solitary person or target? Worse, many such bullies then steal the identity of this victim or even swap theirs to the victim.

It is often accompanied by gas lighting against the victim as well, all in order to discredit any attempt by the victim to expose the crimes against them.

Many group stalkers also conduct illegal surveillance against their victim utilizing this surveillance to steal anything creative from the victim or in seeking the means to incriminate them.

From my investigation into this activity, the main motives appear to be an effort to transfer the history and responsibility for crimes or other wrong doing from one person to another in such a way that the victim is then socially treated like the person whose identity they've suddenly been laden. Like having your identity swapped with that of one of the worst childhood bullies. Perhaps a person whom you'd long forgotten about and held no ill towards until you realized that your identity was suddenly switched with theirs. That's just one example and victims often unknowingly experience this many times over with different identities for years.

That means that the victim never benefits from their own positive efforts. It would be akin to taking the all of the overtime on the paycheque of a worker and giving it in its entirety to someone that has never worked a day in their life presumably someone entirely capable of working. All the while this was done to this poor worker, they experience harassment and abuse for the activities of the person who ends up with their overtime payments.

Pointing this out might sound insensitive on my part, but quite honestly this is almost exactly what I've experienced at the hands of group stalkers. I have no problems with helping someone to carry a bit of their burden when the going gets rough, but I won't do it for people who use that as a weapon to ruin other people's lives or as a means to force someone to pay for the blood of someone else. If you do the crime, you do the time.

Worse, in anything I've taken part in outside of my living space, I experience stalking and harassment from groups of people for no good reason whatsoever. The end result is that I cease doing those things (for instance working, volunteering, socializing) and spend most of my time alone at home. I'm certain that this is the growing case for a number of victims of this perhaps ever growing movement. Most people who protest this activity are merely labeled as "complainers".

This issue is a very real thing and one I've reported to the Federal Police in Canada several times. This crime should be investigated and prosecuted as any other crime. There needs to be a drastic change to this situation and soon. Not just for myself but for all the victims.

This message is about spreading awareness first and encouraging people not to take part in it. That includes the love/hate, blood and fire ideology often associated with such abuse. We all the right to believe or not to believe, but to have our rights violated according to the tenets of any particular belief is a violation of the Human Rights Act and consequently the law.

We aren't living under theocratic rule and always remember that believers are the ambassadors for their beliefs. The impression that others will have of your religion or beliefs is directly represented by you.

Be careful of people who attempt to abuse you in hopes that your reaction will poorly represent you, your beliefs and your convictions.

I'm a Taoist and Buddhist, but I'm far from perfect and certainly not the perfect Taoist or Buddhist. Remember that when you conduct your abuse against myself or anyone else. I'm a peaceful person, but some of the fiercest warriors in all of history were Buddhists. Some of the most self disciplined and uniquely skilled warriors in history were Taoists.

That statement is not a line on the sand, nor is it about one religion versus another and that any one religion should be the ruling belief, vanquishing all other beliefs. Its about the fact that in any dualistic paradigm, the people will eventually see the truth in any society or ideology that manufactures good people, by creating bad people to contrast them and to make them look better or vice versa.

We're all the good person and the bad person and everything in between. The truly fair person is a person who recognizes this and in all dealings and conduct remains fair. Personally if I was going to peg what all philosophers and theologians in history were trying to say, it would be that statement. Whether you believe in god, the devil or anything else or nothing at all. In such a paradigm, right and wrong still have a place as does life and death. I am not a Gnostic and I don't believe that love and hate are the same thing.

Be careful that the force with which you push someone doesn't come back at you, whether you think you were seen pushing the person or not. People will eventually be able to tell by your character whether you pushed first. Even if everyone makes a social rule out of remembering cause and effect in reverse.

Besides, wouldn't you rather start that push with affection?

Brian Joseph Johns

Friday, February 22, 2019

Shhhh! Digital IP Monitor...

Brian Joseph Johns
I had insomnia last night and needed a tool for monitoring changes to my Public IP Address. I've been experiencing these short internet outages that only typically last for five minutes.

That would usually indicate that a cable had been unplugged and then plugged back in or that the power supply for the router had been interrupted.

Seeing as I have Internet over cable, I thought that maybe someone might be hijacking my coax cable line, maybe switching it as my cable is actually pretty accessible to many people on the same floor of the East side face of my building. That means that someone might have the means to unplug it and then plug it in to another input, making it seem like my computer activities come from a different apartment or that their activities originate from my apartment.

So with nothing but insomnia to fuel my endeavor I went about trying to find a Windows utility that could track when my Internet went down or when my public IP address had changed. There were a few utilities but not really the kind of thing I was looking for.

I then decided to look into coding it myself and did a bit of research and a couple hours later I had a working prototype written in Embarcadero Delphi.

Today I spent a bit more time cleaning that same application up so I could make it available freely from here. I've also included the source code and licensed the application under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license so that others may learn from it. Much of the application wouldn't be possible without a great online utilitarian site call Ipify and of course with the help of the coding community at Stack Overflow.

If you're running Windows (XP and above) and need a utility to indicate your public IP address and when it changes, this one might be for you. It also keeps a log which it saves in its application folder (the folder you install it to). The source code can also be found in the application installation folder so if you want to make changes to the application, you can. I didn't include the code for the About box and the source code window as they're unnecessary if you plan on developing your own branch of this utility though I'd encourage you to credit me and Shhhh! Digital Media by name.

It also notifies you when your own internal IP addresses change if you're using the DHCP server feature of your router. Other than that, its pure nerd statistics but many might find it useful.

You can download the installer for Win XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10 here. Its a Windows 32-bit application in case you need to know.

That's just so that you can make sure that you're getting what I uploaded and not something that's been modified or infected with a virus or malware. You can check the MD5 yourself once you've downloaded the file with this online utility. If the number that you get from the MD5 utility is different from the one listed above, please let me know at: fav.inbox@gmail.com.

The application has no ads or adware.

I plan on sticking to my schedule for writing next week. So I'll be back at that by Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. In the meantime I'll be working on getting the audio books ready and the theme music for both The Butterfly Dragon and A Lady's Prerogative. Between that stuff, I'll be doing my share of gaming this weekend to balance the stress.

Stay Safe and Be Well,

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

200 Sherbourne Street #701
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5A 3Z5

Email:
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