The most important
thing to learn about harassment is
that anyone who
does the harassing actually
harms his own situation
more than anyone else
The way to counter serious harassment
is to stick with good morals. Stay good yourself. By having real goodness,
100% honesty, and love for all people, we are pretty much immune to serious
harassment, confusion and fear. With good morals, we are better able to
investigate and help prosecute for an offense. We protect ourselves by
staying good ourselves.
A harasser harms his own situation more
than anyone else
If a person harasses or tries to harm
someone, the person doing the harassing always harms his own situation
more than the person he is trying to harass. Although the person being
harassed may suffer some harm, it is the person who tries to do harm, who
actually damages his own situation much more than anyone else. This is
because he is the doing one it. The harassment is his. It is of him. It
is not from me or you. The harassment is coming from him, so it is his.
Not mine or yours. He is the one creating and pushing the harassment. Therefore,
he is subject to it more than anyone else.
Staying good always gives you the upper
If a person doesn't harass or try to harm
anyone, he will do fine in life and will have very little to worry about.
It's basically like this with everything in life. As long as you stay good
then you will do good, and good things will always happen in your life.
If a person tries to harass or harm anyone, or acts tricky and deceptive,
then the person doing it will confuse himself more than anyone else, because
he is the one doing it.
If a person receives minor harassment it's
usually wise to just ignore it. If it's serious, however, then it may be
better to notify the police. Even consider filing a lawsuit, but don't
get back at the person. One reason is, if a victim tries to get back at
a harasser, when the police come in to investigate, they will see two people
harassing each other back and forth. So, the police may figure it's just
two people arguing equally back and forth, harassing each other perhaps
for fun, which means they may not investigate the case further or prosecute
the harasser. This is why it's so important to never try to get back at
anyone over the Internet. Federal criminal law doesn't allow anyone to
retaliate against anyone else, no matter what the reason.
law Title 18, Section 875 imposes 5 years in prison for making violent
threats over the Internet
Protection Group website for more protective laws
Never be scared
Never be scared or confused if you see
poor moral behavior. Most all harassment uses fear as part of its effect,
often being the most important part of the harassment. If a person is basically
immune to fear, he can more easily fend off the harassment and help investigate
and prosecute it. If the harassment is minor, just ignore it and move away
from it. Remember that a harasser harms his own situation because he is
the one engaging in the immorality. Not you and not me.
Even if a person is merely trying to confuse
or scare someone, that individual will still be harming his own situation.
His poor morals will hold him back, at least for a while. It is foolish
to do anything back to anyone, since you then would be engaging in poor
morals yourself too, and thus you will then harm your own situation to
some degree. By maintaining your good morals you remain clean, and thus,
far more powerful than anyone involved in harassing or having poor morals.
One growing tactic used over Youtube,
is for a harasser to make a clone page on someone. A clone page is basically
a copy of the targeted person's real Youtube page. The harasser will use
the person's photo and pretty much copy his entire page to create the clone
page. The harasser then uses that clone page to go around making comments
that are nasty and racist and hateful. The innocent person may then get
blamed for statements made by the clone page. This can cause bystanders
to falsely point at an innocent person as the culprit. What makes this
offense subversive, is that innocent bystanders can blame an innocent person.
The person to sue or be charged is the harasser who made the clone page
in the first place, who went around impersonating the targeted person.
Pushing around false information to obstruct
a federal criminal investigation is a violation of Chapter
73 federal Obstruction laws. That federal law can send the perpetrator
to federal prison for up to 20 years for trying to obstruct a case with
Again, the way to handle minor Internet
harassment like namecalling is to avoid and ignore it. If it's serious,
such as serious defamation or threat to do bodily harm, then certainly
report it and gather the evidence to file a federal lawsuit. If the harassment
occurs over a large server like Youtube or Facebook, you might be able
to sue those corporations for failing to provide adequate security.
Course will show you how to gather the evidence
so you can properly report it to law enforcement. The course will also
show you how to sue and, if you cannot afford to hire an attorney, how
to file a federal lawsuit yourself by acting as your own attorney.
Some people make a mistake by thinking
they should respond to harassment by themselves lying, mocking, being tricky
and having poor morals. This is extremely foolish to do. First, if the
offense is trivial then the person is wasting his time and energy. He is
doing little more than getting involved in poor morals himself. Second,
if the offense is serious, then when federal investigators come in and
see the victim himself was harassing and lying to people too, they may
drop the case entirely. Investigators will figure the victim is partaking
in the harassment and is part of it. They might say "Oh, this is a case
of two people arguing and fighting with each other, they are both at fault".
This can result in no prosecutions against real perpetrators for real offenses.
Additionally, if the victim has been lying and being tricky while trying
to defend himself, the victim may have a very tough time suing.
This is why the best rule of thumb in life
is; Stay good yourself. That's where real strength comes from. Sticking
with good morals is what keeps your mind clear. It's what makes fear and
confusion disappear. Being good makes a person far stronger, happier, smarter,
calmer, more creative and far more capable than anyone who tries to harm
or harass people, or who tries to start trouble in any way.
with your own goodness and love
* Always be 100% honest. Don't lie about
anything. If a topic arises you would rather not comment on, either say
nothing, or change the subject, but never lie. Lying creates weakness and
confusion in the person who creates the lie. Remember that all people are
good deep down inside, and all people are equal under the law.
* Have love for all people (like the Rock
stars have). Don't hate anyone.
* Be completely non-violent and never do
anything to harm anyone.
* Always do good things to help people.
Staying good like this
will make it much harder for any external forms of
harassment from coming
into your life and causing serious problems.
If a person engages
in corruption, lying or any poor morals, this
will always inhibit
the person's ability to accomplish things
Harassers become unable to do things
If someone intends to cause harm, or to
denigrate or humiliate another person, the result is that the person doing
it will become less able to do things properly. A harasser becomes more
confused and frustrated because his own intentions are problematic. His
poor morals are within him. He is not working with goodness, honesty, and
love for all people. He is instead moving with nastiness and lies, all
of which greatly impede his capabilities because he is the one doing it,
not me or you. The immorality is his. It is not mine or yours.
Lying harms the person making the lie
It's important to always be 100% honest,
to never lie about anything. If a topic arises you cannot (or would rather
not) comment on, we should either be honest, or say nothing. The 5th Amendment
of the U.S. Constitution grants every person this right. A person being
questioned can either tell the truth or refrain from speaking, but the
Constitution does not allow someone to lie. If a lie is told in court,
the penalty can be several years in prison. If a lie is told while business
is being conducted, this is considered fraud and carries penalties which
include heavy fines, repayment of money taken, and incarceration.
Immorality impedes the person who engages
in the immorality
A harasser becomes especially unable
to do complex computer work when he lies, attempts to harm others or
tries to obstruct justice. His lies confuse himself more than anyone else.
His intent to confuse or trick will interfere with his own love and goodness.
It will impede clarity of thought, all of which is mandatory in order to
do complicated hi tech work. He becomes much less able to fix computers,
nor can a person with poor morals move with real creativity when it comes
to writing good new music, creating good humor, designing and building
and similar. People who are successful and accomplish things will generally
avoid a person who harasses and starts trouble.
When a person makes other people look
bad, this often shows the person saying the comments is having problems
in his own life more than anything else, not the person it's being said
about. Think about it, if a person is doing well in life, would he go around
talking bad about other people? Certainly not. He wouldn't waste his time.
People who make it a point to mock or put people down find it much harder
to succeed when they work on a project in the way they could if they were
just nice and had good manners. It's not that hard to be good. It's quite
easy and natural
Many of us know a person who seems to always
make it a point to mock on people and make talk about their shortfalls.
Have you ever noticed that kind of person usually doesn't accomplish much
in life? It is the person who constantly makes derogatory comments
about other people, who tries to denigrate other people, who usually has
far more failures than the people he is putting down. This is different
from someone who, for example, says "Joey broke his leg last week. I hope
he is okay". This simple statement shows compassion by describing a problem
with hope for goodness and healing. It doesn't mock on Joey. It offers
good will and expresses a desire to see the person get better.
If you hear any person make a nasty comment
or depraved remark about someone, feel sorry a little for the person who
made that statement. Don't join in. That person is harming his own situation
more than anything else. It's the person whose mouth the poor morals come
from, who harms his own situation more than anyone else.
Lying harms the person who lies more
than anyone else
If a person creates lies, he is basically
saying "lies and deception are good and okay". Therefore, he accepts lies
and he is subject to lies more than anyone else. What comes from a person
is of that person. If a person who lies comes across deception in the future,
because he already engages in lies, he finds it harder to see what is true
because his creation and acceptance of own lies will cloud his own mind.
A person is subject more to what he himself does, creates and says.
If a person lies, he confuses himself more than anyone else and will find
it almost impossible to do complicated hi tech work. Immorality creates
problems for the person who engages in it.
When a person is honest in what he says
and does in life, he can more easily see what is honest and true in the
world, in general. A person who is trustworthy and has good intentions
for other people has fewer problems in life. His mind is calm, clear and
carefree. Honesty and trust allows people to do much better in life, whether
this be writing new music, running businesses, investigating a lawsuit,
or creating good humor. A person who lies a lot becomes unable to
use computers or high technology very well. People usually choose not to
associate with someone who lies, mock on people or starts trouble.
Healing up from the damage someone with
poor morals does to himself
If a person who has been lying, mocking
on people and trying to harm others, then he has been causing moral damage
to himself. As explained previously, that damage then makes it harder for
him to accomplish things, to do hi tech work, to have good friendships,
etc. He can heal up, but to do so, he must get back into good morals and
immediately stop lying or harassing people. He will feel much better too.
From when a person stops doing immoral
things, it will take time for him to recover. The greater the immorality
he was engaging in, the longer it will take for him to heal up, but he
will always feel better immediately when he stops engaging in poor morals.
Example, if a person was just mocking on
people and lying once in a while, he might heal up in a few days to get
back into goodness again. If, however, a person has been lying or starting
trouble for years, it can take months for the person to recover, even years
from when he stops. Worse yet, if someone committed a violent crime. It
could take decades for the criminal to recover from the harm he has done
to himself, which is why it's better never to engage in such things in
the first place.
for Internet harassment
If an Internet harassment offense is serious,
you may be able to get a lawyer to file a federal lawsuit. It's always
better to have a lawyer handle your case, but because many lawyers do not
handle Internet cases, you may have to act as your own attorney in the
lawsuit. The Constitution allows you to act as your own attorney, and if
you are low income you should be able to file the lawsuit for free.
If the lawsuit is complicated and you don't
know if you can do it yourself, ask someone who has more experience to
help you. Perhaps give them a percentage of your lawsuit. A fair
contract for helping someone subjected to serious harassment would 20%
of the lawsuit money. The person helping would basically be called a secretary.
Where lawsuit work is concerned, money helps get the work done.