Illegal surveillance

I had a hidden camera in my house. They were spying on me. I wasn’t sick. I suffered for twenty years. You report illegal surveillance to the police. The FBI has a tip line. Google it!

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You’re being watched all the time regardless whether there are cameras.

Sounds like you we’re very stressed. How are you doing now? Are you getting out and having any fun at all?

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I get out a lot.

Good. It’s usually at least “useful.” And sometimes it’s vital.

I mean this is in a helpful way but you probably aren’t important enough for anyone to go to all the trouble of spying on you. It’s a common, textbook, symptom of schizophrenia. You’re mind is playing tricks on you. It doesn’t mean you’re a bad person or crazy, you just suffer from a disease that makes you believe in things that aren’t true. They are called delusions.
Delusion definition: “A fixed untrue belief that a person thinks, despite all the evidence to the contrary”. I wish you good luck. in your life.

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there are no cameras in your house…it is rubbish.
we as sz are not that interesting !?! :wink:
take care :alien:


Well there’s a thought. Hahahahahahahaha. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

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Yeah, that’s how I got past my paranoid phase. I mean come on… We’re just not all that interesting, so why would anyone go to the trouble and expense for survellience. Delusions of grandeur, persecution and paranoia wrapped up in one neat ball if you ask me.

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I agree! Your being watched.

I felt like I wasn’t imaging it.

Yes - I’m sure you did feel like you weren’t imagining it.

But… the difference between a delusion and reality is that other people can look at the evidence and agree with your conclusion. If there is good evidence and other people fully agree with your analysis of the evidence - then fine.

But if there isn’t much evidence and its just a feeling - then you can probably safely conclude its a delusion.