For some years, when I would go on vacations I would return to find the MS Backup program in the recent list on my Start menu. This was a program I never ran. After a certain point the program was pinned there permanently, which I hadn’t done either. This required physical access to the my computer since I leave it unplugged when absent.
I ended up switching to a Linux OS. Somehow my bootloader page would be defaulted back to Windows. Usually after a Linux distro update or two, it would go back to the correct Linux entry. Then it would at some point switch back to Windows. Then I started getting Linux Update Manager failure error messages, which I have to work around. At the same time I started getting other error messages. When reported to the Linux distro, I was told the problems were due to non-distro software on my computer, which I hadn’t loaded. It is apparent that I am under constant cyber attack and do not control my computer.
Changing the subject somewhat, very shortly after filing a request with the NYPD a few weeks ago, upon going to my car I noticed a few gum wrappers under it that hadn’t been there when I parked. No big deal. Later that day, on the Jersey Turnpike I noticed a large SUV merging at speed to my right. It seemed to me that the car was being driven masterfully for such a big car and with purposive intent as it swept across the lanes of the main highway. Then I realized it wasn’t going to stop before reaching my lane at the exact point where I was located and that if we collided it had all the momentum and I would go careening into a wall. Fortunately my performance upgrades to my car had been to the brakes, so emergency braking prevented an accident, if that was what it would have been. I have never previously braked so hard from speed, I have never seen grapes fly so fast inside a car. Then a day or so later I realized that I was driving on the sidewalls of one of my tires. It turned out there was a screw working its way into the tire. How interesting.
The gum wrappers are also interesting. Completely unnecessary, if done by an individual planting the screw, it that’s what happened. Back to my abode, a while back I installed a security DVR and system. One day I went to review the contents and found the remote had been reprogrammed to another DVR. This couldn’t have happened by accident (and I was already on the default). This is more than gaslighting, it’s sort of a reach out and touch, but still unnecessary. Plus I had another device that to save images to memory required a config file. Without it, it would seem to work but wouldn’t write to memory. I found the config file had been deleted.
Finally, I have a storage facility for my excess musical instruments, household items and mildish prepper items (after Katrina, Irene and Sandy plus an economy run for and by psychopathic economic looters and resultant economic meltdowns around the world we should all be prepared to be self sufficient for a period of time if need be). I don’t control access to this facility either.
WHOA, WHOA, WHOA! Right after I saved this to go live (drafts are saved automatically) the PUBLISH button grayed out and a CONNECTION LOST error message appeared. Apparently I am being monitored in real time.