Got a Stalker? I Do.

For close to a decade this man has been trying to gather my private details but has so far only managed to get a few, few details correct. He has in e-mail and on his (now defunct) forum made threats on my life, all in front of his colleagues – one of which remarked that he’d like to do the same but the only thing stopping him is the law.

Tjaden and Thoennes take on stalking:

Stalking was defined as a course of conduct directed at a specific person that involves repeated visual or physical proximity; nonconsensual communication; verbal, written, or implied threats; or a combination thereof that would cause fear in a reasonable person (with repeated meaning on two or more occasions).


Just recently the man stalking me published a photograph on Twitter depicting the outhouses at the residence where some people I know live, but obviously this person believes I live there — that is, in any case, the conclusion I draw from him sending this to me on Twitter:


What this person — that’s to say: Andrew E. Mathis — doesn’t know is that this photograph is about four years old and he probably doesn’t know that the people who took it drove away very quickly when I chased after them to ask why they were taking pictures of my acquaintances residence; luckily I came so close to see them that I could easily tell they were not Nordic people, that they weren’t Europeans – they looked like they came from the Middle East. Funny how some Arabs let themselves be used as the tool of racist Jews with a criminal agenda (this guy is against Jewish intermarriage – but would probably call somebody who is against this in any other ethnicity “racist”, thus not only is he a racist, but also a hypocrite).

In any case, let’s see now, I managed to get the plate numbers of the persons taking the photograph, looked them up in the appropriate register and they had driven to where my acquaintances resides from a place in Sweden called Borås — more than that I do not know because I have not bothered to even research it further, I merely looked up the plates to see who they were. This stalker complains that I have written blog posts about him: but they are only here to document his threats, his foul behaviour and our past discussions. If the man does not wish to engage in public discussion and have the stuff he says available for others to read then he shouldn’t engage in debate. That’s simple, really. says this about stalking:

The actual behaviors that stalkers use are as varied as their warped personalities. Some may make unwanted phone calls (pleasant or unpleasant, frequent or occasional, demanding, pleading, questioning, or threatening). Others write letters (which can also run the gamut in frequency and tone). Some use email, on-line chat groups, or other computer aids to harassment. Others physically follow their prey, staying hidden or allowing themselves to be seen. Some vandalize property, or threaten, or kill pets. Less than half make overt threats, but that doesn’t mean they are not dangerous. Virtually ANY behavior can cause the level of fear required to meet most stalking statutes, if it is unwanted and happens repeatedly.

Already back in the year of 2007, that’s almost seven years ago from now, Andrew E. Mathis sent this to my e-mail:


Also in 2007 under the header “Why I don’t have a listed phone number” he sent the following e-mail:


Psychologists often group individuals who stalk into two categories: psychotic and non-psychotic. Stalkers may have pre-existing psychotic disorders such as delusional disorder, schizoaffective disorder, or schizophrenia. Most stalkers are non-psychotic and may exhibit disorders or neuroses such as major depression, adjustment disorder, or substance dependence, as well as a variety of Axis II personality disorders (such as antisocial, avoidance, borderline, dependent, narcissistic, or paranoid). The non-psychotic stalkers’ pursuit of victims can be influenced by various psychological factors, including anger, hostility, projection of blame, obsession, dependency, minimization, denial, and jealousy. Conversely the stalker has no empathetic feelings towards the victim, but simply a longing that cannot be fulfilled due to deficiencies either in their personality or their society’s norms.[1]

Mathis repeatedly embraced Tom Polansky as his friend and this only confirms that old saying that “you can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep”. That couldn’t be more true in this instance.

For more on that particular person one can read my post:

“You know, if you’re going to stalk someone, you should be less obvious. For starters, try not to standing in the middle of a field, gawking at your prey.” ― Kristin Walker, A Match Made in High School

Please understand that this is only scratching the surface for some ten minutes, and that includes taking the screenshots and cutting them for size and uploading it. There’s so much material I could fill a pamphlet about this psychotic stalker


[1] ”Types of Stalkers.”

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