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Letter from violent J – Violent J Letter – Icp Juggalo


WEIRD LETTER FROM VIOLENT J TO JUGGALOS – THIS IS WHAT THEY BELIEVE !!!!!!

Message From Violent J
written by Violent J, this shit is soo true we need to love this family more.

-JUGGALOZ- Sorry to be all deep and serious but i got lots of shit on my mind. I’m tired of everything and everybody. The only thing i give a shit about in this hell we call a world is my Juggalo Family. The Carnival saved my life and my soul. My
Juggalo Pride is the best thing that ever happened to me. It’s starting to scare me for the fact when I sit back and actually
observe the juggalo world, It seems like its going down hill. It seems to me that a lot of ninjas are out for self and trying to
prove whos a bigger juggalo that who. There is no big or small juggalo. We are all the same. It doesn’t take $4,000 is
psychopathic merchandise to be a juggalo. Just because I got an old school mostastless jersey doesn’t make me any better
than a ninja with only one t-shirt. Being a juggalo is whats in your heart not whats on you clothes. I’ve seen juggalos callin
each other juggahoes over spots in line at shows
. That’s BULLSHIT! Does anyone else realize this? Does anyone else feel
the pain I do when my heart bleeds as I watch my family fall apart? We are all equal. Juggalos shoud not fight with one
another! Remember? We are suppose to love each other! We need to be reunited as one once again. Just as we were
before. “From the first jokers card, Carnival of Carnage, to the latest card. The Wraith: Shangri-La, we have been united as
one by the powers of the Dark Carnival, the power that brings us together and makes us who we are, never again must you
care what people think of you or what you do, this is our world and we live for each other!” If you own a copy of Dark Lotus,
as soon as you get a chance, I want you to sit down and listen to ..15 enititled, “Juggalo Family.” When the song is over,
think about what it means and think about how it makes you feel. If yall want to laugh than go ahead but personally, When i
sang the song i really didnt listen to the words but when I heard that song for the first time, I was at The Gathering of The
Juggalos 2001 and when I listened to the words and took a look around at all the juggalos face, tears slowly came from my
eyes and I thought to myself, “this is my family.” It felt so good to know that the only thing I care about is right here with me.
My juggalo family is the only thing true in my life. Nothing else has ever made me feel good. No person place or thing has
ever looked at me as a part of their family. If you own a computer, get on a website such as realjuggalos.com and click on
the icon “juggalos” search through the page and take a look at all of them and just think, each of them consider you family,
each of these people can be trusted with your life just as they trust you with their life. We shouldn’t be fighting, we should be
giving each other hugs and saying, ” I clown love you ninja!” to any of you that have web sites, i would greatly appreciate it if
you could post this on your site. If you happen to have access to a copy machine, please make copies and give this to as
many juggalos as possible. I want to make sure every juggalo world wide reads this letter I’m goin to do my damnest to save
our juggalo world and reunite it,
not only that but make our family bigger. We have over two million dedicated juggalos in the
world but we must also be dedicated to each other. My heart, mind, body and soul goes out to each and every one of you. If
you dont remember anything from this, at least remember this, “mass murder makes me happy, dead bodies make me
happy, say what you will of me, I’ll always have juggalo family”

WOW TALK ABOUT JUGGALO CULT – VIOLENT J IS THE MODERN DAY JIM JONES

The Six Stages of Juggaloism


The Five Stages of Juggaloism

Stage One- Pre Birth:
This occurs before you know Insane Clown Posse exists. You know you’re different. You don’t conform with society. You see the world differently than most and aren’t sure where your view fits in.

Stage Two- The Awakening:
You are introduced to I.C.P. A friend may introduce you, or you may hear a song on the radio. Maybe you see someone sporting a shirt and think “I wonder what that’s all about.” It can happen in many ways, but from here on out nothing is the same. You start to discover the magic that is the Dark Carnival. You being to find that place where your view belongs.

Stage Three- Clown Boy:
This is the stage that most people resist. Nobody likes to think of themselves as a clown boy (or fanboy, or hound dog…take your pick), but we’ve ALL been there. This is where I.C.P. and Psychopathic are the WORLD to you. You want all the merchandise, memorize all the songs, and follow blindly the lead of Joe, Joey and the Psychopathic machine. The most common symptoms of being in this stage are: calling ANYONE a Juggahoe, dissing anyone for not having as much merchandise as you or not knowing every lyric to every song on every Psychopathic album, believing everything that J says, and generally defending Psychopathic in everything they do, even when they are wrong. Some are more obvious in this stage than others, but believe me, you too will be / are / once were a clown boy. Sorry. That’s just the way it is.

Stage Four- Disillusionment:
This is where you start seeing cracks in the perfect structure that is the Juggalo World. It happens different for all of us. Something will plant a seed of doubt in the world you’ve emersed yourself in. Maybe you meet Shaggy and he’s rude to you. Perhaps you start to see that Psychopathic Records is no different then other record company, and that their main goal is to make money. You start doubting the “Family” and all the hype that come with it. This is the hardest stage to get through. All the faith you put into Psychopathic starts to crumble, and you begin to feel lost once again.

Stage Five- Realization:
The last stage. This is when you finally figure it out. Being a Juggalo isn’t about the merchandise or knowing what kind of pudding Shaggy likes. It’s not about hating / liking things just cause I.C.P. says so. It’s about being YOU. This is about being your own person and not letting anyone tell you how you should be, think, act, or dress. It’s about a community of people that have had similar experiences and feelings as you. We have a connection together….even if we don’t always get along or agree.

Stage Six- Joining The Juggalo Holocaust:
Self explanatory.

More juggalos riot then bloods or crips


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Seven inmates at the Larimer County jail, six of whom are known gang members, possibly face charges after a “large fight” broke out at the detention center Wednesday night.

Among the suspected participants is Adrian Rodarte, a Loveland man known to be a member of the Sureño gang, who pleaded guilty earlier this month to murder.

“Deputies believe that the release of several Sureños from the (detention center) precipitated the action on the part of the Norteños,” Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Eloise Campanella said in a statement. “Within moments, deputies on duty were able to quell the disturbance. No deputies were injured during the incident. However, the involved inmates received minor cuts, scrapes and bruises.”

The incident occurred in a general population area of the jail.

Campanella said at least one of the participants confirmed speculations that the motive for the fight was gang related.

In the statement, Cam-panella reported that Sheriff Jim Alderden is concerned the fight, along with three other incidents at the jail since Wednesday evening, are the result of overcrowding.

A capacity at the jail has been set at 460 due to a lack of funding, but Campanella said there were 503 inmates in the jail Friday. Some housing areas at the jail have been closed down because of budget restrictions.

“Alderden expressed complete confidence in his jail staff but is concerned about employee safety with increased level of violence at the Larimer County Detention Center due to the overcrowded conditions,” Campanella said.

When the fight occurred Wednesday, there were 499 inmates incarcerated and 59, or 12 percent, of those inmates were known gang members, according to Campanella.

The Sheriff’s Office reported that of the 59 incarcerated gang members, 19 are Sureño, 16 are Norteño, 14 are Juggalo, four are Aryan, one is Blood, five are Crips and 10 are affiliated with various other gangs.

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Juggalos secret Pledge … CULT COUGH COUGH CULT


juggalo cult

have a look at one of the secret pledges people my say to become a juggalo .. if this doesnt scream cult to you i dont know what will

they are praying to hatchets and soda pop and disrespect the pledge of allegiance in one .