Government Gang Stalking Target Returning To Her Car – 4/8/2018



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I go to start our walk on Grand Ave. – two people come to the corner – one wearing RED. We walk to the next corner – one car there – at the corner – RED. We return to our car after our walk – a person pulls in next to us – gets out of the car wearing RED. I go to 7/11 to buy a lotto ticket – a man with RED socks comes in after me.

In the 12 years I have been a Government Gang Stalking target – RED – has been the Anchor most used. We need an Investigation into U.S. Government Gang Stalking, a COINTELPRO-like Program.

I would like to emphasize I never say anyone in any of my pictures or videos are U.S. Government Gang Stalkers. I am not a mind reader. I don’t know people’s intentions. I just show you what I see To Provoke An Investigation into the U.S. Government Gang Stalking I have suffered since May 2006.

Lisbon Cops Target Afro-Portuguese Citizens With Excessive Force Based Solely On Race



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A brother from Lisbon, Portugal wrote us to inform our audience of how race soldiers treat them in Lisbon. The cops target them for the simple reason of their skin color. A video was shared with us how the cops in Lisbon treat black people.

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What Happens to Walmart and Target Stores That Close Down



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Big box stores like Target and Walmart erect one-story buildings that are bigger than 20 thousand square feet all over the United States, and some of them close down leaving behind large abandoned buildings. Now institutions like libraries, churches and museums are taking advantage of the big empty stores to create new and interesting repurposed buildings.

Big box stores like Walmart and Target erect one-story buildings that are bigger than 20 thousand square feet all over the United States, and some of them go out of business leaving behind large abandoned buildings.
Now institutions like libraries, churches and museums are taking advantage of the big empty stores to create new and interesting repurposed buildings.

Julia Christensen, author of a book and website about repurposing big box stores found a museum dedicated to Spam in Minnesota that used to be a Kmart store, along with a former Winn-Dixie that was changed into a Calvary Chapel in Florida, and a Walmart that was changed into a speedway.

One estimate says that about 11 percent of big box stores are currently abandoned, compared with just 7 percent in 2008.

The combined area of all those stores makes approximately 300 million square feet of unused space.

A few companies have closed the doors to all of their stores including Circuit City, and CompUSA.

Many other companies like Best Buy, Sears, and Toys “R” Us are shutting down hundreds of store locations collectively.

Carrie Underwood + Target performs “Little Girl Don’t Grow Up Too Fast”



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Watch music star Carrie Underwood in her first ever performance of the Target exclusive song “Little Girl Don’t Grow Up Too Fast.” Get Carrie’s new album “Storyteller” today:

The Hot Babes of Target strut their Stuff through the Department Store, 1 Oct 15, Mesa, AZ, GOPR0008



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The Hot Babes of Target strut their Stuff through the Department Store, 1 October 2015, Mesa, AZ, GOPR0008, Search for Railroad Track Riding Equipment, Stalking

Dashony’s Target: Mt Hutt – high difficulty skiing run EXTREME SKIING in New Zealand-ground video



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Snow alpine skiing extreme targeting Mt Hutt’s most difficult run, most dangerous, high difficulty. Mission accomplished? Do not try this at home, try it down the mountain! 🙂

Dylann Roof’s friend: ‘Church wasn’t primary target’



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Friend of the man suspected of shooting nine people inside a historic black church in Charleston, said he told him that the University of Charleston was the original target

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Mormon Temple Los Angeles – Target of Gay anger & Mob – LGBT Protest – Join the Impact LA



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While making this video I was very taken back by the protesters and there veracity and anger. This is certainly a difficult issue for so many but it’s important to remember that the LDS church has many very good members who are gay. Though they chose not to live the lifestyle, they still live with the attraction. So what’s the problem when we all have something to deal with. We felt it was important to define the term marriage but unfortunately it morphed into something else. Like the label war calling us Haters, bigots, anti-gay, etc. It’s actually the opposite and we need to help get that message out.

Kevin Hamilton wrote,

We did nothing wrong. In fact, we did everything that a civic minded American can and should do. I have put together a few facts that help me to appreciate our position better. For example:

1. Mormons make up less than 2% of the population of California . There are approximately 800,000 LDS out of a total population of approximately 34 million.

2. Mormon voters were less than 5% of the yes vote. If one estimates that 250,000 LDS are registered voters (the rest being children), then LDS voters made up 4.6% of the Yes vote and 2.4% of the total Proposition 8 vote.

3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) donated no money to the Yes on 8 campaign. Individual members of the Church were encouraged to support the Yes on 8 efforts and, exercising their constitutional right to free speech, donated whatever they felt like donating.

4. The No on 8 campaign raised more money than the Yes on 8 campaign. Unofficial estimates put No on 8 at $38 million and Yes on 8 at $32 million, making it the most expensive non-presidential election in the country.

5. Advertising messages for the Yes on 8 campaign are based on case law and real-life situations. The No on 8 supporters have insisted that the Yes on 8 messaging is based on lies. Every Yes on 8 claim is supported.

6. The majority of our friends and neighbors voted Yes on 8. Los Angeles County voted in favor of Yes on 8. Ventura County voted in favor of Yes on 8.

7. African Americans overwhelmingly supported Yes on 8. Exit polls show that 70% of Black voters chose Yes on 8. This was interesting because the majority of these voters voted for President-elect Obama. No on 8 supporters had assumed that Obama voters would vote No on 8.

8. The majority of Latino voters voted Yes on 8. Exit polls show that the majority of Latinos supported Yes on 8 and cited religious beliefs (assumed to be primarily Catholic).

9. The Yes on 8 coalition was a broad spectrum of religious organizations. Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Orthodox Jews, Muslims all supported Yes on 8. It is estimated that there are 10 million Catholics and 10 million Protestants in California . Mormons were a tiny fraction of the population represented by Yes on 8 coalition members.

10. Not all Mormons voted in favor of Proposition 8. Our faith accords that each person be allowed to choose for him or her self. Church leaders have asked members to treat other members with “civility, respect and love,” despite their differing views.

11. The Church did not violate the principal of separation of church and state. This principle is derived from the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” The phrase “separation of church and state”, which does not appear in the Constitution itself, is generally traced to an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, although it has since been quoted in several opinions handed down by the United States Supreme Court in recent years. The LDS Church is under no obligation to refrain from participating in the political process, to the extent permitted by law. U.S. election law is very clear that Churches may not endorse candidates, but may support issues. The Church as always been very careful on this matter and occasionally (not often) chooses to support causes that it feels to be of a moral nature.

12. Supporters of Proposition 8 did exactly what the Constitution provides for all citizens: they exercised their First Amendment rights to speak out on an issue that concerned them, make contributions to a cause that they support, and then vote in the regular electoral process. For the most part, this seems to have been done in an open, fair, and civil way. Opponents of 8 have accused supporters of being bigots, liars, and worse. The fact is, we simply did what Americans do we spoke up, we campaigned, and we voted.

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Mormon Temple Los Angeles – Target of Gay anger & Mob – LGBT Protest – Join the Impact LA



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While making this video I was very taken back by the protesters and there veracity and anger. This is certainly a difficult issue for so many but it’s important to remember that the LDS church has many very good members who are gay. Though they chose not to live the lifestyle, they still live with the attraction. So what’s the problem when we all have something to deal with. We felt it was important to define the term marriage but unfortunately it morphed into something else. Like the label war calling us Haters, bigots, anti-gay, etc. It’s actually the opposite and we need to help get that message out.

Kevin Hamilton wrote,

We did nothing wrong. In fact, we did everything that a civic minded American can and should do. I have put together a few facts that help me to appreciate our position better. For example:

1. Mormons make up less than 2% of the population of California . There are approximately 800,000 LDS out of a total population of approximately 34 million.

2. Mormon voters were less than 5% of the yes vote. If one estimates that 250,000 LDS are registered voters (the rest being children), then LDS voters made up 4.6% of the Yes vote and 2.4% of the total Proposition 8 vote.

3. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) donated no money to the Yes on 8 campaign. Individual members of the Church were encouraged to support the Yes on 8 efforts and, exercising their constitutional right to free speech, donated whatever they felt like donating.

4. The No on 8 campaign raised more money than the Yes on 8 campaign. Unofficial estimates put No on 8 at $38 million and Yes on 8 at $32 million, making it the most expensive non-presidential election in the country.

5. Advertising messages for the Yes on 8 campaign are based on case law and real-life situations. The No on 8 supporters have insisted that the Yes on 8 messaging is based on lies. Every Yes on 8 claim is supported.

6. The majority of our friends and neighbors voted Yes on 8. Los Angeles County voted in favor of Yes on 8. Ventura County voted in favor of Yes on 8.

7. African Americans overwhelmingly supported Yes on 8. Exit polls show that 70% of Black voters chose Yes on 8. This was interesting because the majority of these voters voted for President-elect Obama. No on 8 supporters had assumed that Obama voters would vote No on 8.

8. The majority of Latino voters voted Yes on 8. Exit polls show that the majority of Latinos supported Yes on 8 and cited religious beliefs (assumed to be primarily Catholic).

9. The Yes on 8 coalition was a broad spectrum of religious organizations. Catholics, Evangelicals, Protestants, Orthodox Jews, Muslims all supported Yes on 8. It is estimated that there are 10 million Catholics and 10 million Protestants in California . Mormons were a tiny fraction of the population represented by Yes on 8 coalition members.

10. Not all Mormons voted in favor of Proposition 8. Our faith accords that each person be allowed to choose for him or her self. Church leaders have asked members to treat other members with “civility, respect and love,” despite their differing views.

11. The Church did not violate the principal of separation of church and state. This principle is derived from the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, which reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” The phrase “separation of church and state”, which does not appear in the Constitution itself, is generally traced to an 1802 letter by Thomas Jefferson, although it has since been quoted in several opinions handed down by the United States Supreme Court in recent years. The LDS Church is under no obligation to refrain from participating in the political process, to the extent permitted by law. U.S. election law is very clear that Churches may not endorse candidates, but may support issues. The Church as always been very careful on this matter and occasionally (not often) chooses to support causes that it feels to be of a moral nature.

12. Supporters of Proposition 8 did exactly what the Constitution provides for all citizens: they exercised their First Amendment rights to speak out on an issue that concerned them, make contributions to a cause that they support, and then vote in the regular electoral process. For the most part, this seems to have been done in an open, fair, and civil way. Opponents of 8 have accused supporters of being bigots, liars, and worse. The fact is, we simply did what Americans do we spoke up, we campaigned, and we voted.

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Target, Hotel Del Sol, Ocean to Ocean Highway, Fort Yuma, Dairy Queen, 17 June 2018 GOPR0437



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Target, Hotel Del Sol, Ocean to Ocean Highway Bridge, Fort Yuma Indian Reservation, Dairy Queen, 17 June 2018 GOPR0437
0:00 Target Parking Lot, 1450 S Yuma Palms Pkwy, Yuma, Arizona target.com (928) 343-7470
0:23 17 June 2018
2:24 Golf Cart
2:42 Polar Cooling
2:51 Verizon Wireless
2:58 Best Buy
3:13 Discount Tire
3:19 Yuma Palms
3:24 Kohl’s
3:41 Jack in the Box
3:47 Bed Bath & Beyond
6:15 Round-a-Bout
6:16 Harold C Giss Pkwy West
7:25 YCAT
7:25 Hotel Del Sol
8:01 Happy Chef, 108 S Gila St, Yuma, AZ 85364 (928) 276-1697
9:12 Gateway Park, E 1st St & S Gila St, Yuma, Arizona yumaaz.gov (928) 373-5204
9:24 Ocean to Ocean Highway, Yuma Bridge
9:57 Yuma Territorial Prison
10:22 Gateway Park
11:02 Penitentiary Ave
11:52 Quechan Police, To Protect & Serve
11:55 Crazy 8’s Cab Co
12:11 Colorado River
12:24 Fort Yuma Indian Reservation
12:40 Saint Thomas Yuma Indian Mission, Quechan Dr, Winterhaven, California, stthomasindianmission.org (760) 572-0283
13:24 Fort Yuma Quechan Tribe, 350 Picacho Rd, Yuma, AZ 85365 quechantribe.com (760) 572-0661
13:41 Fort Yuma Health Care Center
14:02 Fort Yuma Health Care Center
14:18 Pardise Casino, Pipa Market
14:24 Fort Yuma Health Care Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Indian Health Service
14:55 Forth Yuma Health Care Center
15:25 Entering Yuma Project Reservation Division, Department of the Interior, United States, Bard Water Dist.
15:53 S24
16:02 Yuma Main Canal, Yuma Project
16:22 S24
17:22 I-8 East Freeway Entrance
17:37 Colorado River
17:51 Quartermaster Depot
17:52 Colorado River State Historic Park, 2336, 201 N 4th Ave, Yuma, AZ 85364 visityuma.com (928) 783-0071
17:56 Yuma Main Canal
17:59 Yuma Welcomes You
18:03 Yuma County Detention Center, 200 W Court St, Yuma, AZ 85364 yumacountysheriff.org (928) 782-9871
18:11 Circle K
18:17 Coronado Gifts
18:22 Yuma Landing
18:33 Historic Coronado Motor Hotel
18:40 Giss Pkwy, 3rd St
18:44 Heritage Branch Library, 350 S 3rd Ave, Yuma, Arizona 85364 yumalibrary.org (928) 783-5415
19:04 Family Dollar
19:11 Mr G’s Drive-In
19:13 House Of Posh Tots Boutique, 561 S 4th Ave, Yuma houseofposhtots.com (928) 783-5079
19:24 Main Street Tattoo & Piercing
19:31 Circle K
19:38 Golf Carts
19:53 Plaza Appliance
19:54 4th Ave
19:55 8th St
19:59 Zavala’s Upholstery, ZA Auto Sales, LLC
20:02 United Janitorial Supplies
20:08 Giant Gas Station
20:13 Fast Auto Loans
20:35 Complete Car Care
20:36 Animal Control, City of Yuma
20:39 Johnny’s Carpeting
20:48 cricket
20:57 4th Avenue Liquor
21:00 Brownie’s Cafe
21:01 Appliance Pro’s
21:04 Sign Masters
21:05 Car Title Loans
21:12 Motel
21:22 Washington Federal
21:26 Watch Hospital
21:31 ARCO
21:34 14th St
21:35 U-Haul
21:39 Jector’s Breakfast Burritos
21:43 Saguaro Fundation Community Living Programs
22:25 Dunkin’ Donuts
22:29 Davin-Karin Salon, 1651 South 4th Avenue, Suite A3, Yuma davinkarin.com (928) 276-9016
22:31 Title Loans
22:33 Big Lots
22:34 Del Sol
22:39 Yuma Mesa Center
22:41 99 Cent Only Stores
22:50 Wienerschnitzel
22:51 Wienerschnitzel, 1775 S 4th Ave, Yuma wienerschnitzel.com (928) 782-3303
22:54 Chevron
22:57 Pizza Hut
22:58 Best Buy Insurance
22:59 WOW electronics
23:02 Talecris
23:02 Talecris Plasma Resources, Montero Chiropractic
23:12 Fox 9
23:14 Yuma’s Donut
23:16 Cash Loans on Car Titles
23:19 Takos & Beer, 2071 S 4th Ave, Yuma
23:24 DQ, Dairy Queen
23:36 Quality Liquor Drive-In
23:40 Vape Shop
24:09 DQ
24:10 Cool Treats
24:12 DQ Cakes
24:12 Please Order and Pay Here
24:35 Pick Up Window, Please Order and Pay at Other Side
24:48 Oreo, Firework
24:55 Orange Julius
24:56 Blizzard
25:05 Classic Creations, Fan Favorites, Royal Blizzard
25:10 Hello
25:12 What size?
25:31 Extra Large is cheaper
25:38 Anything else?
25:43 That’s all? It’ll be $5.50
25:45 Want a copy of your receipt?

Metal thieves target church



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BEAUMONT-By: Leslie RangelA Southeast Texas church is trying to recover from yet another theft, this time, copper from its air conditioning system.Vandals have hit the church three times in the past two years, most recently, a week before Christmas.The pastor say he would have helped the thieves, if they had only asked.They had to go in there and this was locked, Arthur Thompson, Pastor of Christ Mission Temple Church in Beaumont explains. A gate stands broken.Insulation used to cover metal, is empty. He said pastor, ‘they took our copper running into our air condition.’ Thompson says. But they left a part, I guess it was too much work for them to cut that out and so they didn’t mess with that, Thompson explains. It’s the third time in less than two years thieves targeted his church. This time they took off with copper. The first break in, they came and stole our little microwave that was barely working. Old and raggedy, I don’t know what they wanted with it so we went and bought a new one and about two weeks later they came in and broke the windows out to the church and went back in and looted the church and took the checks, Thompson says. Metal bars now cover windows after past break-ins. You take the time to steal copper from the church, that’s about as low as it can get, Thompson said. Today he’s left picking up the pieces from the latest event. We’re going to have to go through that expense of putting it back up there and hooking it back up and go and buy new cooper which is going to cost more, much more and we go and bless them with something, Thompson said. A blessing he says he would’ve given anyone in need.They should have more respect for gods house, if you need something that bad, you could’ve came on in and told us your problem, and we’re here to help you, Thompson says. A respect he says God, his church and congregation deserves.They want it to stop, just stop it, it’s terrible, it throws us behind so bad you know, you got to make adjustments and we are not a rich church, we’re a poor church, we’re a poor church, Thompson says. If you have any information that could help police, call Beaumont Crimestoppers at 833-tips.

Brownsville church possible target of arson



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PASTOR ANDY NAJERA IS TRYING TO STAY POSITIVE, BUT THE DISAPPOINTMENT IS EVIDENT, HIS CHURCH – DIVINE PROVIDENCE – WENT UP IN FLAMES ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER OFFICES AT THIS BUILDING – OWNED BY THE BROWNSVILLE JAYCEES TRUSTEES.