Feb 25 2015

Free Lunch at the Skykomish Hotel (Video)

Those working to steal the Skykomish Hotel should remember: There is no free lunch. The true cost of something isn’t always appreciated until later. Be careful what you wish. The Skykomish Valley is a stronghold of Satanic worship and force. Lucifer holds sway here. If you are ready to join the dark side, Skykomish is …

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Feb 24 2015

Mayor Tony Grider Seeks Exit Strategy

Now that Skykomish Mayor Tony Grider, has successfully added the destruction and theft of the Skykomish Hotel to his resume, it appears he’s ready to move up the career ladder, offering this valuable new skill set to other towns and school districts (he also teaches civics) interested in taking full advantage of the National Socialist …

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Feb 23 2015

Consent of the Governed is being Withdrawn

Dr. Martin Luther posted his ’90-5 Theses’ on Wittenburg Germany’s Roman Catholic Church Door in 1517, protesting the Church’s common practice of selling indulgences. This seemingly simple act began what would become known as the Protestant Reformation. Recently, a group of over 100 fully armed Patriots openly defied a new Washington State gun law and …

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Feb 22 2015

Government Cowers in Fear

As over 100 protestors gathered at the capital in Olympia, Governor Jay Inslee and legislators like Dan Kristiansen and Kirk Pearson were nowhere to be found, nor were the State Police, as these fully armed patriots openly flouted a recently passed state gun law, albeit an unconstitutional one. As evidenced by the buildup up of …

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Feb 21 2015

Skykomish Trail Grand Opening

  The Skykomish ribbon cutting ceremony by local, county and state National Socialist functionaries was something to behold, especially since this taxpayer funded boondoggle only involves the creation of a 500 foot trail. Imagine the carbon footprint produced just for these illuminati lap dogs to drive up for this ceremony? Talk about government mis-allocation of …

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Sep 02 2014

An ‘Advantageous’ School Year for Skykomish

The Monroe Monitor’s Chris Hendrickson recently published a tale about how Skykomish School District 404 is preparing for an ‘advantageous’ school year with a new superintendent, new teachers, new technical education instructor and a new athletic director. Chris likes to write ‘happy’ articles about what a wonderful success Skykomish will be. Problem is, this wonderful, …

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Aug 22 2014

Henry Sladek/Cascadia Inn File Bankruptcy

‘Select’ Skykomish Council Member Henry Sladek, dba Cascadia Inn, filed for Chapter 13 Federal Bankruptcy Protection just one week after being named in a lawsuit alleging that Sladek and others used the Town of Skykomish, a Municipal Corporation, to effectuate Unfair Competition, Attempted Monopoly and Conspiracy in Restraint of Trade. Sladek’s financial problems appear long …

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Jul 16 2014

Are Property Owners Animals to be Hunted?

According to Washington State government official Ted Sturdevant, property owners are nothing more than animals to be hunted. While we know Skykomish Mayor Tony Grider and Council members Henry Sladek, Kevin Wiederstrom, Mike Janasz, Gene Egan and Desirae Beardon agree, the question is, do you? Read more . . . * * * * * …

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Jul 09 2014

Skykomish and China Have a Lot in Common

Theft of private property by government is almost as popular in China as it is in Skykomish. Do you and politically connected friends covet your neighbour’s property? Is it time to eliminate potential business competition? If so, now is the time to convert their assets into cash in your pocket. Take advantage of this exciting …

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Jun 06 2014

Deception at Deception Falls

Skykomish Mayor, Tony Grider, received kudos from Monroe Monitor reporter Chris Hendrickson in her recent article ‘Deception Falls Trails Open Again‘. While it’s certainly great to see the trails open, let’s review the facts: This effort was reported as necessary because the Forest Service has experienced funding cutbacks and could no longer maintain trails and …

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