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Any help to Paul Douglas Hale will be sincerely appreciated
TI-USA is currently looking for individuals who are interested in creating targeted individual communities in various locations throughout the United States. If you want to participate, please reply with the following information:
What is the ideal roommate? Before I answer that question the word ideal is rarely, if ever, connected to the life of a TI. We endure intrusive focus that is difficult for the “ideal’ mind to ever conceive. Many of us are gang stalked 24 hours a day. Seven days a week. A normal day is never really a normal day. If the “program” had its way, we would never talk to another human being in an engaging way again.
So what is the best policy in living harmoniously with others? The goal is to find some since of normalcy. And it’s never normal or possible for someone else to make you happy. This is a point worth making. Too often we find ourselves connected to someone, either by common interest or thru conversation. For whatever reason boundaries are either not established are not adhered to. When boundaries are overrun the fabric of any relationship transitions from a place of harmony and synergy to one or both persons taking a more defensive posture.
All of what may ensure can be avoided if we understand and acknowledge that some days are better than others. Don’t be offended if someone needs a little space. Encourage them to connect with their inner self. For those of us that are spiritual, find occasional peace with your higher self and higher authority. Love on you some.
Establishing and maintaining optimal mental health can be challenging even under the best of circumstances. If you can’t function in a way that offers dialogue, cooperation and serenity it matters less how others might interact with you. When you are in a combative mode it makes for a more intense and stressful environment…for all concern. Know where and how to find your peace.
Who is the ideal roommate? It starts with someone who has exercised his/her personal demons. We are cognitive (TI’s by nature). Sometimes we over think, and that can create tension where none existed. Guard your mind and your health by all cost and never let anyone rob you of balanced mental health…not even yourself.
Golden Nest specializes in offering clean, quiet, comfortable, affordable and SAFE rooms to rent. I, Reginald Dawson am a TI and thru extension understand many details necessary for Targeted Individuals to consider in the selection process. My ultimate goal is to develop existing properties into TI incubators.
One of the reasons many of us cannot find self-actualization is because of our quality of life at home (or lack thereof). We are able bodies…able minds…but depending on our level of targeting, gangs talking, DEW weapons, non-traceable poisons, etc. not only can these things paralyze us physically and emotionally, they can be life threatening. The forces that enact such horrendous programs are indeed formidable with no conscious. The main reason we fall suspect able to targeted activity is because we are dispersed, unorganized and are not unified in the area of living accomodations.
Living in close proximity to others with like challenges provides instant value. The strength brought to your evidence of proving being violated thru others is a missed necessity and could be pivotal in regaining your life. Bouncing ideas off others creates an environment that can lead to tangible results.
There is a growing trend in society at large for downsizing. People are needing less space. Shared space can be economical and rewarding under the right set of circumstances. Less can be more. If your needs include a well-furnished room, privacy and liable and trusted neighbors, this style of living should not be ignored.
Another great opportunity in living with likeminded people is to find synergy regarding goals, aspirations and even hobbies. We are cognitive. Our intellect remains intact with most of us. We can direct change in our lives and in the lives of others. Our time has come. Our time is now.
It may be prudent for me to give you a little insight on who I am and the perception on what prompted my targeting and current condition. I was a Pharmacist starting from 1986. I practiced Pharmacy for 20 years in 2 states without any infractions or reprimands and worked for some of the premier organizations in the country (Eckerd’s, Rite Aid, CVS, etc.). In 2003 me and some associates opened an independent pharmacy in Mayo, Florida. It did so well I made a decision to expand to Lake Butler, Fl. Eventually I was part or full owner of a total of 4 pharmacies. That’s when the fun started.
People one by one (whom now I know were perps) began bringing fake narcotic prescriptions in to be filled. During this time, I’m running from store to store (Mayo, Lake Butler and Jacksonville) trying to maintain proper operations. These pharmacies were very profitable and successful. I nearly ran a few other pharmacies out of business.
Long story short, my pharmacies were all closed down. I lost my license to practice Pharmacy. But I am very tenacious. And during my time as a pharmacist I owned (and still own) a 3500sf residential home. I was also fortunate to acquire a property next door. The 2 properties combine could easily lend themselves to being a compound of sorts. Making the perfect setting as a safe area for Surveillance Abuse Survivors (Targeted Individuals).
I currently rent rooms on these two properties. I have extensive knowledge and skill in offering rooms to rent. I consider what I do now offering Transitional housing. Not Transitional housing as one might think of traditionally but housing for those that need temporary accommodations until they move on to another place.
I believe we as a community can take advantage of these properties to do marvelous things for ourselves and the community at large. I want to develop an incubator project of sorts. This idea is not suited for everyone. Those that are ambitious, talented, skilled in a particular area and entrepreneurial minded would be ideal.
Tomo Shibata’s - Organized Torture Act - Bill Proposal
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Dr. Tomo Shibata, a resident of California, is asking for donations to help her lobby legislative sponsorship for a bill proposal to the California State Legislature. Dr. Shibata drafted a legislative proposal criminalizing organized covert torture with electronic weapons and activities facilitating such torture, according to the California penal code. Early in 2018, the California Office of Legislative Council converted Dr. Shibata’s proposal into “bill text language”, and the proposal was assigned Reference Number 18 07462. A copy of the official bill proposal can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF icon. Unfortunately, the bill proposal needs sponsorship by one or more CA Assemblypersons or State Senators, as well as several non-profit organizations and other concerned groups of CA state residents. To get that sponsorship will require many weeks of lobbying on the part of Tomo and other volunteers. California State residents wishing to volunteer their time to this effort should email firstname.lastname@example.org. Positive strides in CA to counteract the crimes of organized stalking and organized covert torture through legislation will be a model for other states to follow suit. Donations of any size will contribute to this ongoing effort. An anonymous donor has agreed to match the first $1,000 of donations by others, which will effectively make your donation go twice as far to help end this sophisticated crime against humanity. Thank you very much for helping.
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Looking for any TIs in Arkansas. I can’t seem to locate others in my state although I know they must be out there. Feeling like the last Mohican. If you want to connect, please call Ashli at 870-725-6368
Speaking of Safe houses
When considering a place to stay, renting a room (instead of a house or apartment) can prove to be the very thing to most fit your needs. The space is compact which means it’s more manageable. Renting a room is certainly less expensive. In many cases, a person may not need all the space of full living accommodations. Under the right set of circumstances, a safe house (living with one or more Ti’s) could be the best option.
Living with other TIs offer benefits that may not be available in any other setting. Another TI believes you regarding your challenges of being gang stalked, harassed, DEW weapons, etc. You can share your stories and even bear witness to any fowl play by perps and others. You can get creative and share suggestions on how to combat the actions of those trying rob you of any desired quality of life. And, if they are true TIs you may be rest assured that they are not scheming to destroy you (that, in and of itself, has enormous value). I have found TIs to be people of high intellect and could develop activism and even enterprises of significant worth.
I, Reginald Dawson, in conjunction with TI-USA, plan to offer a safe house environment that is also an incubator enterprise. Through this enterprise, we plan to consider safety our first priority. All TIs living under one roof gives peace of mind unparalleled. In addition, the idea will give all its inhabitants an environment to be creative in a way that allows us to attain self-actualization not found anywhere else. This dwelling will include but will not be limited to those interested in opening businesses, becoming more involved in activist causes and education on staying healthy. Be on the lookout for more information regarding this concept. If you are interested you may always contact me directly.
Renting while Targeted
Anyone that has experienced surveillance abuse realizes that being targeted makes life more challenging. You have to stay aware… alert… circumspect. This is especially true in finding somewhere to stay. Depending on your level of targeting, perps and others (on the side of wrong) will watch you closely as you set out to procure a room to rent. They may contact a potential landlord before you even set out to view the place. They may set all types of hindrances in your way and could very well create a trap in the very place that should be your refuge. This is not something to take lightly. Deciding to live in the wrong house with the wrong people could literally be the beginning of the end for you. It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a targeted individual.
So how do you navigate such an important task successfully? The first thing is to be on high alert. Vigilance is not the same as paranoia; it’s ok to know your surroundings but you must respond accordingly. Take note if anyone follows you while en route to the property. Once there, study your prospective landlord. Play close attention to body language and trigger words. This is a good time to make your pineal gland work over time. If you don’t know what a pineal gland is, look it up. Notice how the home is structured. Consider where the room is situated in the home (try not to be in a room where the traffic is high). Use intuition and common sense like never before. You may want to advise your landlord of being a TI (whether they believe you or not). If it doesn’t feel right, know why.
Safe houses are becoming more available as we mature as a community. A well run safe house can be a great fit for you and could offer peace of mind where you need it most. Even a safe house (or living with a TI) could spell disaster if due diligence is not performed during the selection process. The manager overseeing the safe house is key. Are they a person of integrity? What’s the history of the safe house? Talk to other TIs but most important, make sure you determine this is the place for you.
Keep your antenna in the air while making this decision… very high in the air.
How close is too close
Once you have become a tenant in someone’s home, the last thing you or the others need is drama. Here is where being proactive should supersede being reactive. The most operative word in this case is boundaries. Respecting the boundaries of others while establishing boundaries for yourself can be immeasurable and could help avoid distention.
The thing that causes most fallouts in shared room environments is to lend or borrow money. Nothing turns a friend into a foe like the lack of responsible transfer of good ole U.S. currency. My advice is just don’t do it; like Nancy Reagan so eloquently stated “just say no.” Never lend money that you can’t afford to lose and never borrow money that you won’t or can’t be willing to pay back… as prescribed. I’d rather lose an associate (because a friend would not break off a relationship due to you not lending them YOUR money) with my money in my possession, than lose an associate and my money. It’s really that simple. Borrowing or lending personal items can be equally problematic. Know who you’re dealing with.
Give everyone their space and insist on your space as well. Any time a person crowds another it’s a recipe for bad vibes. It’s common. You move in and there are common threads. A bond is formed. One person becomes too clingy (they only have you as a friend or someone is trying to curry favor yet is not authentic). The next thing you know, bad blood is sown and a total avoidance is in play by one or both parties. Remember to be cordial but never overbearing with your new roommate(s). I generally give the advice to “treat your neighbor(s) as if you were staying in an apartment complex.” If the landlord stays on the premises this can be equally tricky. Everyone wants to be the “teacher’s pet.” Don’t fall into the trap of trying to compete with the landlord’s favor. It’s always ideal in these types of living arrangements to have a life outside of home as well. You will appreciate the personal time and so will your roommate(s).
Always be respectful of others. If you like your music loud, use headphones. If you have different schedules make sure you try not to disturb others when leaving or entering the house. Be mindful with what are really the simplest of things that disturb people. Try not to slam doors or cabinets, try to walk lightly and not stomp on the floor. Clean up behind yourself… clean up behind yourself! No, that’s not a typo. Wash your dishes after you’re finished with them. Very few rooming situations offer cleaning services. You don’t want to clean up behind anyone and they feel the same way.
Most room/sharing arrangements are successful only when all parties are considerate of others. It’s the adult approach to living with others. Govern yourself accordingly and, in turn, you will have a better chance of enjoying a drama free, comfortable living space.
Finding Rental success
Once you have chosen your ideal place to stay, the next step is to settle in. In the elimination process, you have already concluded that the space made available in your new home is adequate. The simplest things can make your living space comfortable and functional. Lack of desk or crafting space can be a real doozy, so make sure to plan ahead and get creative. There are collapsible desks or multi-use furniture pieces that may be more functional in a small area. One good tool to help preserve space while having many items at your disposal might be see-through bins with nice wall shelving or mounts. This is your home; the goal is to make feel the essence of it feel as such.
All your necessities (must-have items) should fit in your space with room to easily navigate. You may have to rent a storage unit for bulky items or possessions you don’t use often, but your living space should be ergonomically conducive to your way of life. Most people that rent rooms spend the majority of their time at home in that room so make sure you are comfortable.
That being said, you will also spend a lot of time in other areas of the house. A comfortable den or great room, fully equipped and modern kitchen, functional and clean bathroom, even a nice yard area can add value to your living arrangement. While you’re adapting and getting acclimated, take serious consideration of privacy, responsibility and respect. You should make known your need for privacy and quiet. Conversely, you should take the privacy of other roommates under advisement as well. Make sure you know when to give others their space and make sure they reciprocate just the same. Be kind and respectful, even if you have a concern, or a correction must be made. Always remember that clear, honest, candid communication is the key.
How do you go about finding appreciable living space in a room or shared dwelling? The first step in this process is to know what you are looking for. Many people, especially those on this site, find safety and security as paramount. Trust and accountability should also be at the forefront of your mind as well as any other person directly involved in this transaction. The residence should fit a certain criteria (according to your needs).
Does the home or apartment offer all the amenities (preferably included in rent)?
-Access to a living area, kitchen, bathroom facilities necessary to live comfortably and safely
-High speed internet
-Off street parking
-Private room (always spell out any additional privacy needs or expectations)
-Clear understanding on any time curfews on entry or exit
-Clear understanding on shared chores, especially common areas (i.e. bathroom, kitchen, etc.)
The best way to get close if not exactly what you want is to have a clear picture of your expectations, and a non-negotiable stance on those things that are… non-negotiable.
Also, make sure you understand the needs and deal breakers according to the potential landlord. This is a relationship in the making; honesty and upfront, candid communication prevents disappointment in the future. Remember to always listen to what your gut is telling you. If it feels strange, find out why. Ask more questions. Make sure you don’t overlook any personality conflicts you might see (or feel). Have an agreement in writing.
If you are a targeted individual, (depending or your level of targeting) my opinion is you may want to discuss some of what you are experiencing with your potential roommate. This is to lay all your chips on the table and to perhaps weed out being the target of a landlord/roommate. If you need extra amenities or special retrofitting for your own safety and security, this is the time to make those needs known. If you are considering being a roommate with another TI or several TIs this could be advantageous for all concern. Again candor and being forthright is invaluable.
This is an opportunity to be your own business owner and have your own added sense of added protection, selling self defense items for Damsel in Defense. You can be your own independent sales rep and help empower others.
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Reginald M. Dawson
Jacksonville, Fl. 32203
The Golden Nest
The Golden Nest is an information source designed to educate those interested in renting out rooms in their primary residence, Renting rooms as a business and those looking for rooms to rent.
The trend in finding living accommodations is to downsize. The 80’s and 90’s saw us wanting bigger living spaces. Today, we know that less is more. This trend offers enormous opportunity and potential perils. My aim is to educate on how renting rooms can be extra income to empty nesters as well as greatly increase your income as a Real Estate Landlord. I will also offer suggestions to those in a market to rent a room.
As empty nesters settle into life without kids, they are faced with options. Most notably, “should I downsize”. With the opportunity of renting that extra room, it not only provides additional income, you stay put AND the person could provide association and assistance around the house. The key is to qualify your potential tenant.
Any Real Estate owners interested in increasing their income on residential property might consider renting rooms rather than to one family. The process is more labor intensive but more profitable.
Anyone interested in renting a room on the market should go in with eyes wide open. A person might be interested in wrapping all household bills (utilities, internet, cable, etc.) all into one package. They may also realize a small space is adequate. The option of renting a room could be a fantastic way of procuring a place to stay. The selection process is key.
So I’ll be taking on these topics in an effort to make anyone interested more informed. I’ll also be open for any questions you might have.
I have 1300 in tires $350 battery New a/c pump-$300 New brakes Plugs and wires New Heater control valve All less than 6 months old It needs coils but other than that this is a sweet car, inside and out. I would of sold it for more but because I am a targeted individual selling to other targeted individuals, I am letting it go at a great price. It's registered, it passed emissions 153,347 miles
For more information, please contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled TI ISO room to rent (first level please). Currently in weekly rental situation and need something safer and more affordable. Please contact Mike email@example.com
If someone needs a place to stay for a while, they are more than welcome. For information, please contact Kathy firstname.lastname@example.org
$20 (S&H Included)
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TI in Las Vegas looking for a room to rent or share- or even set up camp with other TIs. Let's join forces! I've been travelling the SW forced to stay in shelters for awhile- the shelters are overrun with perps- even the administrators! We really need to come together to beat this targeting. I'm 42, male- educated- good hearted- hard working (when I'm able to get a legit job not run by perps!) I only have access to my email so unfortunately that's the only way to contact me.
Rent budget is $200
Please contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey guys, I really need to earn $150 ASAP so I'm looking for any kind of work anything would help as long as it pays cash. I will mow your lawn, trim your trees and shrubs, clean your gutters, paint your house or fence, etc. Please help a brother out.
Currently seeking licensed real estate agents in the US to help us with a TI project that involves buying property nationwide (we want a TI to get the buying agent's commission if we can). We are hoping to help by asking your to be our exclusive agents when we make future purchases. If you are interested in being a buying agent for the TI-USA community, please contact Shayla Avants via email: email@example.com
Pay Rate: Barter and commensurate
A modest room in exchange for individual (ideally) with security, administrative, and handyman skills. Person needs to have an authoritative demeanor. The ideal person would be multitask oriented. A steady hand for a rooms-for-rent environment. Professional approach. Honesty and integrity non-negotiable. Part time availability only.
For more information, please contact Reggie Dawson by phone 904-405-2490 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org