Coincidence in the gang stalking dialectic: Ahmaud Arbery’s one out of 16,765 final chance

The current population of Brunswick, Georgia is 16,765, which means that recently murdered jogger Ahmaud Arbery had exactly a 1/16,765 random chance that he would go out jogging one day, and be murdered by a guy who had investigated himbefore on unfounded charges while working at the district attorneys office.

Thats a pretty random chance, huh?

Consider that the odds of being hit by a car are far more likely, 1/4292

The odds of being injured by a non-sentient object like a toilet: 1 in 10,000

Or the odds of finding a pearl in an oyster: 1 in 12,000

So ask yourself, when was the last time you found a pearl, got hit by a car, or were attacked by a toilet?

Hell,you have better odds of meeting someone who was born with 11 fingers or toes, than Arbery had of meeting his stalker, and then, being murdered by that stalker:

Odds of being born with 11 fingers or toes — 1 in 500

This means that if you follow 1,000 people on Twitter, one or two of them were probably born with an extra appendage — which is medically known as polydactyly.

But Ahmaud Abery’s odds of meeting his stalker in his town were exactly as I stated: a one in 16,765 chance.

But that chance narrows considerably when we think in terms of inevitability, such as,“when you are being gang stalked, it is inevitable that you will meet your stalkers.”

And, as the stalkers themselves like to say, it is inevitable that targeted individuals (and Arbery was clearly, and inarguably targeted) will “become institutionalized, incarcerated, or commit suicide.” And, the gang stalkers repeat that phrase in thousands of online blogs, videos, Twitter postings, etc.

Gang stalkers really like to fuck with peoples heads by utilizing coincidence as a tool of psychological sadism, expressed online and off. You can Google it yourself, but coincidence,and gang stalking is a real thing.

What is less mentioned, is that frequently, gang stalkers actually murder their targets, and this, is a case of that.