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A Letter to My Father (Part IX, Final)

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Published on 26 Sep 2021 / In Uncategorized

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MoreBach
MoreBach 20 days ago

Regarding your relationship with your father, you suffer from a persecution complex. Common family mealtime conversation starters such as “How’s your day going?” or “So what are your plans for the weekend?” were interpreted by you as oppressive interrogations To make matters worse, you later decided not to speak (total silence) with you father and mother. Given your runaway imagination, this was bound to cause a multitude of misconceptions. You were warned several times that it’s impossible to live in the same house under such an arrangement, and that unless you desisted, you would need to move out.

Your father does not rage. He occasionally gets angry, is sometimes stern, but he doesn’t rage – something that you incorrectly ascribe to him as being habitual. Your claim that “my parents always wanted me to get bullied” is absolute nonsense. What parents would want to do that? Just the opposite is true. And there’s that word “always” again. Being hit by your father in Saturday school is also a fabrication of your imagination.

Your mother would occasionally vomit due to an extreme sensitivity to certain foods (e.g. onions) because of previous radiation therapy for her ovarian cancer. Nothing to do with bad relations between her and your father. Why didn’t you ask her what the problem was if you were concerned? In fact, your father’s care of your mother - juicing lots and lots of organic carrots and making sure she took Vitamin C for more than a year and a half - is what may have saved her life even though the doctors had given her only months to live. Your parents have lived together in harmony – with occasional rough spots – for 52 years. Also, contrary to your claims, your mother hasn’t had psychological problems. During time of her last bout with cancer – breast cancer, in this case – she was prescribed a mild sedative for her bouts of anxiety.

Your black box Linux server was removed from the house network because, as you said, security software complained that the then configuration was a security threat. In the following weeks you were asked to discuss the Microsoft warning - i.e. for you to explain why it’s of no concern. A deadline was set for a discussion. You refused to get together. The internet connection to the house came in through your black box. Leaving things as they were, with only your reply of “don’t worry about it” was not acceptable. You also refused to discuss the possibility of internet service to your black box independent of the other computers in the house. Consequently, your black box was taken off-line. In a bout of anger, you’ve never touched your computers again.

While working and living in Laguna Nigel, you became ill and admitted yourself to a mental health clinic. When you came out, you were on meds. You voluntarily visited us quite often in Solana Beach and told us that you liked to spend time at our house. We suggested that you might want to move back in with us. So you did - voluntarily. Several years later, while still on meds, you decided that you would try getting along without meds. (You did gain weight from the meds. But with newer meds and exercise, the weight gain might be avoided.) The doctor treating you warned that you would have a relapse within a year or so. The three of us – you, father and mother – agreed that we would warn you if we saw you slipping back to erratic behavior. We warned you when you started to relapse. You ignored our warnings, and now you are where you are.

I’ll repeat in English what was said before in Lithuanian. Everything of yours that you left in Solana Beach is still here waiting for you – all your bicycles, wheels, parts, machine tools, clothes, and even your Prius (still drives well). If you want a return to things the way they were before, you can recreate most things – perhaps even in San Diego – if you take the appropriate meds. From your videos, one gets the impression that the S.D. velodrome crowd wasn’t very nice. Perhaps things would be different with meds. Or perhaps you would want to try a different part of the country? If people don’t like you, it’s because of your behavior, not because of some Jewish Twilight Zone influence. But there’s no excuse for cheating, defrauding and stealing that you’ve experienced in Mexico. The cultural norms are different in Mexico. We’re prepared to finance your resettlement.

If you want to clear your brain, if you want answers to your questions of “Why am I here?”, “Why did you bring me into this world?” and “What’s going on?” you need to return to medication. And you can’t wait too long to do so. Medication loses efficacy in cases when mental conditions are left untreated too long.

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rambetter
rambetter 19 days ago

Perhaps you could make a series of videos explaining how to abuse people effectively.

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TheArtZDude
TheArtZDude 20 days ago

Former NZ police officer has a message for cops everywhere, but particularly the Aussie police
https://brandnewtube.com/watch..../former-nz-police-of

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rambetter
rambetter 19 days ago

Brandnewtube censored my content. That's why I don't use it.

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