LOOK on this juggalos hand – Big and Bold I C P …
LOOK on this juggalos hand – Big and Bold I C P …
Esham is back dissing the hell out of twiztid on dmt sessions track 13 Esham — A-Thujone
Esham demands his money off twiztid – the money they never paid him on psy esham says he has a death certificate out on them and that twiztid are kkk members.
Yeahhhh Dmt Sessions
Im the Black Van Gogh
Even the Marlon Brando
What you cant do
Know i can though
Your not my man though
You just a stan ho
You got my money well put it in my hand , yo
26 keys like a piano
Get the power get the paper that’s the plan, yo
Please dont make me slap a ho um….
Since day d d d day one
Yeah Alot of suckers would like to forget me
But they cant
Because the streets respect me
And im always on that next shit
See my car dont run off gas its electric
Too much Monoxide
Time for me to Ghost this game , make my exit
Im So Twiztid , Jamie Madrox
you got the game locked down ?
I Pick the Padlocks
Black mamba anaconda
and i cut , i got this scarf wrapped around like Aunt Jemima
The car pancake
the syrup it dont spill
Im ice cube in 91 kill at will
I got your death certificate
For any mother fucker running off with this wicked shit
since day d d d day one
I dont play pl pl pl p play son
o k kkk k kkk k ?
A self-described juggalo white supremacist built a 10-foot snowman in the front yard of his Hayden, Idaho, home. Then he gave it a peaked hood, big black eyes and a stick for arm, with a noose dangling from its bony appendage. Then the cops came.
Mark Eliseuson said he saw nothing wrong with his creation. But his neighbors saw an appalling, racist Ku Klux Klansman and called authorities.
“There’s nothing hateful about it that I can see,” he told KXLY TV. Asked why his neighbors complained, Eliseuson replied, “Hell if I know. They wanna cause trouble.”
Later, Eliseuson and a friend amputated the arm, knocked off the snowman’s head and have him a rounded one. He was not charged.
“It’s such a message of hate,” neighbor Amber Caldwell said, according to The Associated Press. “My kids asked me about it and I had to explain what that symbol means.”
Sheriff’s Lt. Stu Miller said Eliseuson often flies Aryan flags and describes himself as a white supremacist, The Spokesman-Review newspaper reported.
The city of Hayden, in northern Idaho, is not far from the former headquarters of the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations group. Neighbors have been enraged before by Eliseuson, according to AP and KXLY reports. On Halloween, he passed out bullet casings after he said he ran out of candy.
Juggalos are nazis. they probably didn’t eplain it to you. WOOP = White’s Only Own Property. it was a nazi-based movement that tried to bring back land ownership for a select group of humans only. The clown faces of ICP is actually related to nazi’s as well. the paint base is white, no explanation necessary; but there is black around the eyes and mouth, ie, the parts of the face that must do the work. ICP = 3 letters, just like 3 K’s. ICP is very racist and you are ignorant.
This juggalo gang is starting to become more and more sinister with racist juggalo gang members now connected to the Aryan Brothers Liberation and the United Nazi Juggalo Front connected to the KKK …
OGDEN — Since the alignment of certain Juggalo members with the Aryan Brothers Liberation, more violent crimes have occurred in the Ogden area, says Police Lt. Scott Conley.
Conley said certain members of the Juggalos — a group of followers of the rap duo Insane Clown Posse — have aligned themselves with the ABL, an extremely violent prison gang that originated in California.
Those Juggalos have taken a new moniker, calling themselves Juggalo Killers, and are sending threats to other Juggalos who haven’t aligned with the gang.
“Those involved in the criminal side of (Juggalos) cause us some concern,” said Conley, who heads the Ogden police gang unit.
“If they are not involved in criminal activity, they can do their own thing, as long as they haven’t crossed that criminal element line.
“But when they start telling individuals they can’t wear Juggalo attire, start removing it, committing robbery from a person — I have a problem with that.”
Conley said a 19-year-old woman who identifies herself as a Juggalette was attacked last week by members of the Juggalo Killers.
He said the girl was riding her bicycle north on Washington Boulevard when two men in a black Honda stopped and attacked her, knocking her unconscious. She awoke in the 300 block of 10th Street, without her bike, and with cut marks on her wrist and the letters “JK” carved into her chest.
The two Juggalo Killers also took her cell phone, Conley said, and sent text messages to her contact list to brag about the kidnapping and scold other Juggalos for leaving her on the streets by herself.
Incidents like this are occurring more often, Conley said, which has led police to classify the music fans, who are often characterized as wearing face paint and images associated with ICP, such as the hatchet man and evil clowns, as a gang.
It is unknown how many Juggalos are in the Ogden area.
“The attraction to that music, or those people following that music, I have no problem with,” Conley said.
“When they start breeding disruption in the community, showing up in libraries to harm people with butcher knives up their sleeves, I have a problem. I have to get involved with the community.”
Many Juggalos protest the depiction that they are gang members; they say they are just music-lovers.
And with a public image of a face-painted clown drinking Faygo, a soda, it is difficult for many community members to believe Juggalos are capable of violent gang activity.
“It’s hard for people to take them seriously, dressed as clowns,” Conley said.
He takes issue with a Standard-Examiner editorial in September that said the Juggalo group is a non-gang. Conley said he feels the editorial board did not have enough knowledge to determine whether the members are a gang, which has created issues for law enforcement.
“Two people told officers that, ‘Even the Standard-Examiner says we’re not a gang,’ ” he said. ” ‘Why do you have a gang file on (Juggalos)?’ ”
Conley said the gang classification has been set for the group because of the criminal element that continues to present itself in the area.
“They are trying to represent, just like any other entity represents, their following,” he said.
“Now that they are being involved in criminal activity, they are being categorized as a gang. Any association can get together — hobbyist or people with similar interests — but when they cross that line of criminal element or cause disruption in the community, that’s where we are going to become involved.”