Advertisements related to gang stalking are rare. This is a sort of museum.
You may display my own advertisements on your website.
In April 2001 former Professor Geral Sosbee (Doctor of Jurisprudence) placed an ad in the Hollywood Reporter.
This was on the front page:
This was inside:
This ad appeared in an Iranian newspaper in California named Mahnameh Metro.
On July 16, 2013 the bogus group FFCHS placed this ad in the Washington Post Express.
The ad is a letter which is addressed to the president. This is very readable, in large white capital letters on a black background. So it’s not addressed to most readers. The ad is screaming: don’t read me, this is for the president.
The letter is Italic. So the readability is very low.
The ad doesn’t contain the words gang stalking or electronic harassment.
At the end of the letter the reader learns that he can become the next victim.
It’s a waste of advertisement space. The letter should have been on a web page. Its link should have been in the ad. Then there’s room for a real ad.
I designed this better ad. It’s clear, readable and colorful. It addresses the reader directly.
© 2017 Cliff Huylebroeck