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Timeline of unwanted visits from unknown Americans to this blog

Because WordPress does not allow users to block untrusted or suspicious IP addresses, I am going to document just how pervasive and obsessive these unwanted visits from unknown American users using American IP addresses are to my blog. However this person is who is visiting my blog, they are doing so on a weekly basis and multiple times per week. They are visiting my blog multiple times a week even when I am not posting anything here pertaining to Americans or of interest to Americans. Furthermore, they are following a direct link to my blog without a referrer, meaning, they are visiting this blog using an URL they already have. They are clearly patroling my blog. I don’t know who these people are and why they seem to be so obsessed with patroling my blog. When I first noticed this pattern of unknown Americans visiting my blog, I didn’t post anything to the blog for months and weeks to see whether there was a system to the visits, and indeed, it’s always American IP addresses visiting this blog almost every other day. Even when there is no other traffick to the blog whatsoever from any other country whatsoever, there are always these American IP addresses visiting the blog. They always go straight into the archive section, meaning, they are not here because of a specific topic of interest, they just want to see whether the blog has been updated.

I obviously have my own theories about who it is that is so obsessed with visiting my blog on an almost daily basis and what might bring them here, which I will not expectorate right now.

Continued harassment and lurking from unknown American IP addresses targeting my blog:

On the 8th of August 2015, an unknown American IP address visited this blog using the anonymizing search-engine https://search.disconnect.me. This time the country was not recorded by WordPress.com suggesting they are either using a proxy or Tor. The reference link from Disconnect.me was https://search.disconnect.me/searchTerms/serp?search=dbe02850-904d-4af2-9e85-14369cb96c44 The mere fact that I am visited twice in such a short time-span by someone using Disconnect.me, and the fact that this person is visiting my blog shortly after I’ve posted my log file about how my blog is continuously being patroled by Americans, strongly suggests that whoever is using Disconnect.me is one and the same person. I speculate that they are the same person who visited the blog on the 5th, leaving behind an American IP address, only to reemerge through Disconnect.me

On the 5th of August 2015, an unknown American IP address visited this blog using the anonymizing search-engine https://search.disconnect.me. The refence link from Disconnect.me was https://search.disconnect.me/searchTerms/serp?search=4ff93fa0-fcde-47a8-a341-c991039c7b89 Despite them using the disconnect.me search-engine the country of the abuser was recorded by WordPress.com, as is plainly shown on the print-screen image below:

Unknown Americans using Disconnect.me to patrole my blog

Evidence that unknown Americans are using the Disconnect.me search-engine to patrol my blog.

On the 5th of August an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 3rd of August an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog twice.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 31st of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog twice.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 30th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 25th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog twice.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 22nd of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 19th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 16th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 14th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 9th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

On the 8th of July an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog once.
There was nothing for Americans to see on that day.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of July 6, 2015 – July 12, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 3 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 29, 2015 – July 5, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 7 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 22, 2015 – June 28, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 7 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 22, 2015 – June 28, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 7 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 15, 2015 – June 21, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 5 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 8, 2015 – June 14, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 7 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of June 1, 2015 – June 7, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 7 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of May 18, 2015 – May 24, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 8 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

In the week of May 11, 2015 – May 17, 2015 this blog was visited by an unknown American using an American IP address visited this blog 8 times.
There was nothing for Americans to see during that period.
The person used a direct link to the archives of the blog, suggesting they already had the link and did not visit the website from a search-engine.

One of the Americans visiting my blog from a search engine used the following search engine to cover up their tracks:

https://search.disconnect.me/searchTerms/serp?search=4ff93fa0-fcde-47a8-a341-c991039c7b89

This means whoever was visiting my site using the search.disconnect.me search-engine did not want me to know about them visiting my site.

I plead with WordPress to change its policies to allow users to block traffick from unwanted and untrusted IP addresses.

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