Help with intimidating neighbours
Hi All, Dont know if anyone can help but i feel scared in my own home by my next door neighbour.I have lived here since end of June and after i got friendly with her i found out that she and her partner are crazy and i should stay away it was abit to late by then to get the warning, well we had a falling out over me finding out she had been ******** me off to other neighbours, we didnt speak for 2 days and on the 3rd day she came barging through my garden banging on my back door and windows scaring my DD to death at which point i took DD and went upstairs and hid in our spare bedroom, but its got to the point now where i dont like leaving my house incase shes outside or coming in.The aid comes at a good time for the embattled Ukrainian President Poroshenko, whose approval rating hovers around 16 percent. In this case, it would seem that Russian-speaking Ukrainians simply don’t rate. Defense Secretary James Mattis, Poroshenko declared: “Our Ukrainian caravan is on a roll and we have one road to travel upon — a wide Euro-Atlantic highway, leading to membership in the European Union and NATO.” Ukraine’s Human Rights Abuses There are a number of objections to yet another round of NATO expansion.In a bid to stave off the possibility of a far-right, Poroshenko is back to banging the war drums, promising, well, more blood. In addition to promising a wider war in the Donbas, Poroshenko has repeatedly promised that he will seek NATO membership. As I reported in February 2015: “The current [Ukrainian] government has, according to organizations that could hardly be described as Kremlin friendly (Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe), committed war crimes in its attempt to defeat the Russian-backed separatists in the Donbas. NATO’s principal consideration should not be whether NATO will make Ukraine more secure, but whether Ukraine will make NATO more secure. John Mc Cain led a delegation along with his longtime sidekick, Sen.Indeed, last month’s National Defense Authorization Act shows that – if nothing else – Mc Cain and Graham are as good as their word: the recently passed defense appropriations bill provides for 0 million, including “defensive lethal assistance” to Kiev, as part of a 0 billion overall spending package. 19, Poroshenko promised that “American weapons will help us liberate the Donbas and return Ukrainian territories.” He also noted that Ukraine spends roughly 6 percent of its GDP on defense, “a figure,” he observed, “much bigger than the obligation for the NATO members.” Clearly Washington’s condemnation of governments that wage war “against their own people” remains selective, contingent upon who is doing the killing and who is doing the dying.
Sorry for long post and thank you for taking the time to read it. At the time you are feeling threatened you can ring 999 and the police will help you.
I am so sorry you feel like this in your own home, it is bullying and it must feel horrible.
Again Anna is quite right, you must call the Police immediately if there is another incident like the last one.
In the weeks prior to Russia’s annexation of Crimea (and just over a month before the outbreak of full hostilities in the Donbas), three former presidents of Ukraine (Leonid Kravchuk, Leonid Kuchma and Viktor Yushchenko) called on the post-Maidan regime to renounce the 2010 Kharkiv agreement which allowed for Russia to base its Black Sea naval fleet in Crimea (in return for discounted prices on Russian natural gas).
It is perhaps not unreasonable that this last move, in addition to the foreign policy and security protocols embedded within the European Union Association agreement (which Poroshenko signed in June 2014), would cause the Russian government to at the very least suspect that NATO was setting the stage for Ukraine’s eventual absorption into the alliance.