Church Attacks

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Happy Easter


Haven’t you ever wondered how and why in a time before cameras, cell phones, and the evening news broadcasts that the people of Judea knew Jesus when they saw him?

Probably, because most Arabs and Jews looked like this:


Looks beige to me.

And Jesus is probably up there, in Heaven, laughing at the knowledge that for him, “we’re ALL colored.”

But anyway, Happy Easter.  Or, as I like to say Hallelujah!  Thank God!  I made it through another Chicago winter.



Eliza D. Ankum
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Something I’ve Known For A Long Time


If you read my post, Jussie Smollett. Where’d He Get That Idea, you know I wrote that I’ve tried twice now to find out exactly what it is that I supposedly did to the people stalking me.

And that’s because I honestly don’t know.   All I know is that she doesn’t like because I said No.

But I do know this, I absolutely refuse to go into the Maywood Police Headquarters and apologize for something I haven’t done.  Nor am I willing to sign papers confessing to doing something beyond trying to have these people arrested for stalking.  Nor am I willing to undergo any more psychiatric visits or counseling sessions aimed at appeasing a psychotic sexual predator and her families.

And, I shouldn’t have to do those things just someone, no matter how gifted they are, doesn’t like me.  Because if they weren’t stalking me, they wouldn’t have to worry about being around me.  Problem solved.

Now, the other thing.  My not reacting to all the screaming and hollering.

I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing when I decided that it was the people in charge and the Police who were the crazy ones.  (And I think Jussie Smollett and other people are beginning to figure that out, too.)

I was on a temp assignment for SBC Ameritech (thank you Bill Daley) and I had finished work for the day (and the stalkers had been putting on their show the entire day) and was on my way home.  A 2 hour trip.

I had to catch the #80 Irving Park Road Bus to the Blue Line’s Irving Park station, then do a thirty to forty minute end of the line ride to Forest Park, and then catch the #301 Roosevelt Road Bus to 5th Avenue and finally walk five blocks home, because the stalkers had gotten my nephew Shannon, who’d drive me to and from work for a hundred dollars a week, locked up.

And I standing at the bus stop, looking up at the night sky – it was winter at it was already dark by 5 o’clock – and it was like a light came on in my brain.  And a voice in my head said, “if they’d rather have abortions, rape, and all these sexual perversions, rather than a sanctified woman, then you stop!”   And from that moment on, I stopped reacting to it.  And I stopped going to the Tuesday night Village meetings and the Police.  And I stopped trying to get the stalkers arrested.

And I also stopped wanting to be like the so called ‘normal people.’   Y’all were fucking crazy.  And all these #MeToo Confessions by women are proving that.

And that just confirms that it was the people in charge, The Mayors, The Police, The Politicians at the time that gave the go ahead for the people stalking me to humiliate and sexually harass me and then tell me I was hallucinating it all. The people in power – in charge told them they could because they thought that was a good idea.  It showed me what they thought of women.


Arizona Republican Senator Martha McSally’s rape confessionconfirmed what I’ve sincerely come to believe over the last few years.


PS.  I almost forgot.  Since I can no longer attend my Church because of the stalkers, I’m no longer under Bishop’s authority.  And local leadership Mayors Yarbrough, PerkinsThe Village TrusteesKimberly LifghtfordDanny K. Davis, and the Police Department  I’m free to go after you now.


Eliza D. Ankum

Government Contact emails below:

Kwame Raoul Illinois State’s Attorney

Kim Foxx Cook County State’s Attorney

Senator Dick Durbin

Congressman Danny K. Davis

Illinois State Representative Emanuel ‘Chris’ Welch

Illinois State Senator Kimberly Lightford

Maywood Mayor Edwenna Perkins

Maywood Police Chief Vladmir Talley

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