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Local Covid-denier, anti-vaxxer and Nazi nominated for Darwin Award
By Curt_Anderson
March 10, 2023 9:10 am
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The Rogue Valley's most infamous neo-Nazi is dead.
In a his final act of civil disobedience, he was not wearing a seatbelt
(Rogue Free Press)According to the Oregon State Police, on Jan. 28, Keith "Biome Michael" Erickson was seriously injured when he rolled his vehicle off Williams Highway south of Murphy.

At around 8:45 p.m. last Saturday, the OSP, Rural Metro Fire Department and American Medical Response were dispatched to the single-vehicle crash in the 7200-block of Highway 238. OSP troopers said Erickson,47, was driving a Mercedes Benz 300 west on the highway when he lost control for an unknown reason. They said the vehicle rolled several times before coming to rest in a ditch. According to OSP, Erickson was ejected from the vehicle. He was transported by ambulance to Three Rivers Medical Center with serious injuries.

Erickson reportedly died on Jan. 31.

On his social media accounts, Erickson described himself as a "White (Aryan) Male American National Socialist / Historical Revisionist."

In October 2012, Erickson gained some national attention when Comedy Central selected him to be featured as a One of a Kind Candidate for its Indecision Forever website. Erickson gained attention as being a "goofy, hippy" Ashland mayoral candidate. Local media outlets snapped up the story, Erickson shared a few quips about it and he would eventually -- not surprisingly -- lose the election.


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Comments on "Local Covid-denier, anti-vaxxer and Nazi nominated for Darwin Award":

  1. by oldedude on March 10, 2023 9:47 am
    The biggest humor I see a lot with the sheep is the total fear of death. The whole thing with COVID, "Well what if you DIE!" And they can't accept people are willing to take the chance. or the "BAAAAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!! See! he refused to wear the seatbelt and look what he got. HE DIED! IT DESERVES HIM RIGHT!"

    For those of us that actually accept death as the ONLY only thing after birth that we'll all do, the difference between us is the same as our spread on government spending and abortion. Do we want to die? Not normally, but we're not phobic about ourselves dying. My belief is that you're never out of the fight, especially protecting others. Might I die from that? Of course. But I'm not in the fetal position crying about "maybe" dying. That doesn't do any good. Most of those that didn't VAX felt that if their Lord wanted to take them, so be it. And yet the left has absolute hatred for them.


  2. by Curt_Anderson on March 10, 2023 9:58 am
    I have no fear of death, but I love living. Biome was 40-something.

    There is difference between non-seatbelt wearers and COVID-deniers.

    Non-seatbelt wearers only risk their own well-being. Those who refuse vaccinations or to wear masks but others at risk. Who likes being in the company of anybody who may be contagious with any disease?



  3. by oldedude on March 10, 2023 3:14 pm
    Even when the facts are coming out that the routine masks that people wore/wear were of little use, and "when combined with other COVID preventive measures "can" help. The same as the boosters, although there are also issues coming in to view regarding boosters, etc. I'm not sold on it. AND If you're wearing YOUR mask and HAVE HAD ALL YOUR SHOTS, according to the CDC that continually lies to us, you should be fine regardless of what I do.

    If I had COVID, antibodies can stay in the body for just a few months or over a year. However, hybrid immunity is generally more effective than natural or vaccine-based immunity alone. That is apparently about the same time as the boosters. And fewer side effects.

    Also, the seat belt law was created also because of people losing control of their car because they weren't buckled in.

    I think you (et.al) are just paranoid about this. And you can argue and it's not really going to help.


  4. by oldedude on March 10, 2023 3:47 pm
    Remember, I'm the one that was "mandated" to have a perfectly good "immunization" according to the government and CDC. I'm dying from it slowly. And the only way the "government" will help me, is if no other cause for each one of my illnesses can't be diagnosed. So. If they find out what it is, I get nothing.


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