Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Sigil Selection Around the Campfire

Men meeting around a campfire.

My chosen sigil (symbol) an "A" and a "M", a solution to two of the turning points where I felt most alone. Fewer, and fewer, citizens go to church and meet within their communities. There is a growing "OG" movement. Citizens meet offline around a campfire, discuss self-improvement, doing better financially, getting along better with their spouses or significant others, and how to best help others and unify their local community. [Meetings OG Stark Raving Viking blog post]

A game of sorts, or ritual, to get at the core of what most bothered each individual was initiated.

We took positions outside the campfire, drew imaginary lines and boundaries, and picked two points in the past of our forward motions to pick when we each were most alone.

Position one for me was with my wife after we got a 4 bedroom house in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. Vandals and drug dealers were there first, and it was their turf. A Police Officer who lived with his mother was infatuated by my wife and became very threatening a hostile to me. I didn't share that with the group. But I realized that my wife wanted to get closer to me and that we should sell, or abandon our home, to get closer together and move forward. I do not even consider the possibility of getting back with my ex. I just have a better understanding of what I did wrong. I figured my poor choice was greed, and stubbornness. I should have realized the amount of evil, bad will, and public corruption was swirling around.

Fast forward to the divorce and my having a 2 family, 3 family, and 4 family multi-family rental houses, 9 total apartments. My daughter, then 15 realized the toll having those places in Connecticut that I fixed up from a boarded up condition were doing to me, and taking time away from our relationship. Again, my daughter gave me a choice. I could have just walked away then and let the back take them, sell them at a loss, or just get out. Police and predatory court ground their gears on me anyway. I lost me daughter's love, respect, and affection after I was railroaded to prison for having property someone else more important wanted (Peter J. Coukos had bribed the seletman $5000 to get police to help him run me off and set me up).

So, what could have solved my problem was mobility and adaptability. "A" and "M" my made up sigil at the campfire hours ago.

Having a camper, or just a backpack, or just a cross-country motorcycle would be enough for me now. I can adapt to any new situation, move forward, and not stay where the devil and his minions can again take me down. My problem was greed and stubbornness. Police pre-9/11 told me I owned nothing, had no rights, and my wife was too pretty for me. So, if I didn't really own anything, had no rights, I could have left and gone somewhere else where police would not hassle me for being married, having a house, raising a daughter, being a concealed carry permit holder, and for being self-employed as a contractor and property manager.

Hopefully, my symbolic transition into the rest of my life will allow me to be outside an area gridlocked by Martial Law, with the systematic ending to all people like me.

If not, you need not do anything, just draw the pattern in the dirt above where I am buried.

-stevengerickson at yahoo dot com

[My act of futility, text of a letter sent to Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen]


Monday, December 29, 2014

USDOJ funds Gangster Rap to Incite Killing of White Cops?

Video embedded below is an Alex Jones Infowars video. Either there is evidence that the USDOJ funded rap music to incite violence and civil unrest, or they didn't. Alex Jones has millions of radio listeners and those who watch him on youtube. So, it news that they people are being told this. What is your take?

Did DCF workers blow the whistle on illegal experiments of using pesticides to kill young African Americans? That is just one of the allegations talked about in the video.

There is so much that has been decided for us over the holidays by elected officials. Legislation benefits international criminal bankers and the smaller and smaller pool of corporate mega operators. The elites are playing their own version of Parker Brothers Monopoly game except theirs seems to be in the Twilight Zone. [my take, check out my last 3 Stark Raving Viking blog posts]

Is there a corrupt takeover going on? Are Americans being ruled offshore with plenty of highly paid turncoats on the inside?

It's a Federally funded, "Destabilization Program".

[source of video]

Steven G. Erickson's video uploads and favorites [click here]

Billionaires like the Koch Brothers are represented by officials, NOT US

Elected officials work for the billionaires, not you and I. These billionaires want the US Constitutions and borders erased. Billionaires want us to pay for derivatives  in the tune of trillions of dollars. So, we the people have to pay for the crimes, fraud, and gambling of the world's most elite. We need to start hunting and hanging billionaires, right?

Vermont US Senator Bernie Sanders breaks it down in video, but offers solutions that will not work. Massachusetts US Senator Elizabeth Warren also brings up some interesting points. This video should be shared with others.

Lehman Brothers failed and it cost us all. J. P. Morgan allegedly has 2.5 trillion in assets and over 3000 subsidiaries. J. P. Morgan pours billions into elections. Who do you think gets represented? Who do you think pays taxes? Who bribes politicians to pay what to whom?

Yes it is an Alex Jones Infowars video. It is about the content. Word search what is talked about for yourself. 

The below video's [direct link]


Friday, December 26, 2014

Enemy of the State, the Self-Employed

Steven G. Erickson shown in early 1990's painting an entire hotel, Exit 6, RT. 95, Stamford, Connecticut. It wasn't long after that police told me that I was a target of police and a scumbag for being self-employed. I found out the hard way there was a UN Agenda 21 like program to rid Connecticut, and probably other states too, of Concealed Carry Handgun permit holders, the self-employed, and of the outspoken.

I was bitten by a drug dealer who sold heroin and cocaine near my home in Stafford Springs, Connecticut. He bit into my ear, punched me several times in the face, and fled the scene after I told him not to sell drugs near my home any more. I dialed 911. Stafford Officer Fat Frank Prochaska arrested me in front of my wife 6 weeks later after he got 3 witnesses to my attack changed their written statements to say I had attacked the drug dealer. I faced one and a half years in prison, no deals. Fat Frank Prochaska told me he would go back and comfort my wife while I was in jail as he drove me to be fingerprinted, my mugshot taken, and where I would be locked up.

My wife and I quit sleeping together, eating together, and talking to each other after the incident. Because I was attacked, I could have gone to prison, lost my contracting business, and would not see her. So, that was enough to end the relationship. I complained about Officer Fat Frank Prochaska and soon found out that the Connecticut State Police put me on their list to be kicked out of Connecticut, to be arrested, beaten, and/or railroaded to prison on any excuse for having complained about an officer, for complaining to elected officials, and for getting mouthy in letters to the editor printed in State of Connecticut newspapers. 

Prosecutor Beth Leming at Rockville Court told me that no deals would be offered and that I should plead guilty, spend a year and a half in jail, and pay a $5000 fine for my "offense". I said that given the circumstances, I should not have been arrested, and should not be prosecuted as I had committed no crimes and had called 911 after being assaulted where my attacker fled the scene not to be caught with drugs and huge amounts of cash. Leming said she did not care about guilt or innocence and said she had what she needed to prosecute me whether she believed it or not. She said she hates the self-employed because they won't as easily cave to make a deal and plead guilty, and can keep coming to court, no matter how many times, without losing their jobs because they employ themselves.

I no longer paint houses or hotels, install replacement windows, or work with power tools. A secret agenda of police, riggers of courts, and the government is out to ruin the self-employed, especially those who garden, farm, ranch, legally own firearms, or who are outspoken about public corruption, police brutality, and judicial misconduct.

[My open text letter to the Connecticut Attorney General]

-stevengerickson at yahoo dot com

Saturday, December 20, 2014

US Military & Police stockpiling and staging War on Americans?

Below video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KH-F9b9H4vg

Regardless of what you think of US veteran Joe Biggs or Infowars Alex Jones, this subject is news. If millions of Americans are hearing this on the radio and that war against them is soon coming, why isn't the Mean Stream News reporting this?

Police are shooting at targets that resemble women with children, women taking showers, the elderly, and especially those who wear farm work clothing and hats.

There is a large order of military tanks the military does not want or need. These are destined to be deployed for war on Americans. Police and the military are staged to end US sovereignty and to end the US Constitution.


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Friday, December 19, 2014

F.B.I. Evidence is Often Mishandled

F.B.I. Evidence Is Often Mishandled, an Internal Inquiry Finds


The J. Edgar Hoover F.B.I. building in Washington. Auditors have found many problems with how the bureau handles evidence. Credit Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times

F.B.I. agents in every region of the country have mishandled, mislabeled and lost evidence, according to a highly critical internal investigation that discovered errors with nearly half the pieces of evidence it reviewed.

The evidence collection and retention system is the backbone of the F.B.I.’s investigative process, and the report said it is beset by problems. It also found that the F.B.I. was storing more weapons, less money and valuables, and two tons more drugs than its records had indicated.

The report’s findings, based on a review of more than 41,000 pieces of evidence in F.B.I. offices around the country, could have consequences for criminal investigations and prosecutions. Lawyers can use even minor record-keeping discrepancies to get evidence thrown out of court, and the F.B.I. was alerting prosecutors around the country on Friday that they may need to disclose the errors to defendants.

F.B.I. Faces New Setback in Computer Overhaul MARCH 18, 2010

Many of the problems cited in the report appear to be hiccups in the F.B.I.’s transition to a computer system known as Sentinel, which went online in 2012 and was intended to move the bureau away from a case-management system based on paper files. But other problems, including materials that disappeared or were taken from F.B.I. evidence rooms and not returned, are more serious.

“A majority of the errors identified were due in large part to human error, attributable to a lack of training and program management oversight,” auditors wrote in the report, which was obtained by The New York Times.

F.B.I. officials on Friday said that they decided on their own to conduct the review after discovering during an internal audit that there might be issues with the record keeping for evidence.

“The FBI identified issues primarily related to the migration of its earlier record-keeping process to its updated case management system,” said Michael Kortan, the F.B.I.’s chief spokesman. “The bureau is now strengthening procedures in field offices across the country to improve administrative consistency and record-keeping.”

The F.B.I. is separately dealing with the fallout from a case at its Washington office, where an agent is under investigation for tampering with evidence. That has led to the dismissal of convictions in some drug cases. Though the internal review is unrelated to that matter, the issues are so entwined that the F.B.I. plans to distribute the report to dozens of lawyers involved whose cases were affected by the Washington investigation, officials said.

The errors cited in the audit range in severity from computer glitches and duplicate bar codes to evidence that could not be located. The investigation found that federal agents had removed 1,600 pieces of evidence from storage and had not returned them for more than four months. One piece of evidence in a drug case has been signed out since 2003. Another piece of evidence has been out since 2006, the report found.

Because the audit was based on a sample, the actual number of items that have been checked out and not returned is probably much higher.

The results also varied by field office. In Newark, Honolulu, Milwaukee, Washington and Richmond, Va., for instance, auditors found problems with the handling of more than 70 percent of firearms in evidence. By comparison, offices in El Paso, New Haven and Sacramento turned up error rates in the single digits.

When Sentinel went online, the bureau said it would streamline investigations and make it easier for analysts and agents to “link cases with similar information through expanded search capabilities.” It was also supposed to make information more quickly available to investigators in different field offices.

A report released in September by the Department of Justice inspector general found Sentinel had, over all, reduced the number of lost documents and made it easier to share information. That inquiry, however, cited problems with Sentinel’s search function.

A version of this article appears in print on December 20, 2014, on page A11 of the New York edition with the headline: F.B.I. Evidence Is Often Mishandled, an Internal Inquiry Finds.

[New York Times source of the above]



Score One for Dan Bidondi against UN Agenda 21 in Rhode Island

[Below video's direct link]

Text with Alex Jones infowars.com video below:

Published on Dec 19, 2014
Dan Bidondi confronts R.I. Lame Duck Governor Lincoln D. Chafee for supporting the Road Map Rhode Island plan. The plan is just another UN Agenda 21 land grab to herd people into compact cities, limit resources and control transportation and development. Development will only go to select companies and private property will be confiscated in the name of the greater good. Those who oppose RoadMap Rhode Island are branded racists by a small cult of control freak race baiters brought in to silence debate.


In your face UN Agenda 21 and the Bush and Obama Regime's gun grab and US Constitution nullification: http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com/2014/12/us-asset-seizure-passports-being-blocked.html

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Love and Hate

Satan artwork picture [found here].

"I love, and hate
everyone equally.

I hate the police state,

- The Stark Raving Viking


Make a tee-shirt ... hopefully give me the credit
and put a dash then "Stark Raving Viking"

This theme expanded upon here:


Saturday, December 06, 2014

America is a Campground supplied by China

I have been looking for a pair of Chippewa work boots. They are mid $200 to $400 plus a pair. I am looking at these boots because I thought they were exclusively made in USA. More than half of Chippewa shoes and boots are not manufactured in China.

It is getting harder to find anything that the materials are sourced, manufactured, and all parts come from inside the US. What of value are we producing in the USA anymore?

I don't have any bones to pick with China. They seem to be more fiscally responsible than the corporate organized crime and banker cartel which have most of us under stealth occupation.

China could cut off goods and America could become a campground with plenty of toilet paper for at least the short run.

All the bankers and corporate organized crime owners of the US need do is to enforce the "Value Added Tax" like Europe now has. 21%, or higher, can be added to all goods. Bankers and elite criminals need to make more, while we all have less, and less. That's great, right? 


[Steven G. Erickson video uploads and favorites]


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