Originally posted by Schmoo
Hello, I am new here and I would just like to say.
After reading alot of what he has to say and interviews with him, he just seems like he was sent by the actual organizations that he speaks
The reason I thinks this is because most of what he says is true, up until the lizards and shapeshifters, no one will want to believe his stories.
So pretty much by bringing the mythical creatures into something that is real, it ruins people's views on the real things, like the masons and
illuminta being behind most of everything.
Then people will just laugh at his whole story and won't want to believe in it, even though most of it was true, other than the lizard creatures,etc.
As much as I have my quite public differences with David Icke, I would NOT agree that he "was sent by the actual organizations that he speaks
Since you are new, I'll recap his career:
- footballer (soccer) and a rising star according to some.
- gets really really really bad arthritis, has to stop playing
- becomes a well known football commentator for a few years
- becomes a greenie, and then spokesperson for a major Green party
- becomes a new ager, gets into consciousness stuff, and writes a couple of books
- receives a 'vision' wherein he was told he was the Son of God, and that huge catastrophic earth changes were imminent unless mankind changed its
- the national press start saying that THE David Icke has a huge announcement to make
- he goes on national UK TV (The Terry Wogan Show, which is/was one of the biggest chat shows on UK) and announced that he was the Son of God, and
that huge catastrophic earth changes were imminent unless mankind changed its evil ways
- for most of the UK, he became an overnight loony, and was subject to horrific ridicule
- a year or so later he emerges with a conspiracy book, "Robot's Rebellion" - a lot of which was credited to articles from Nexus
- one of his next books basically said the holocaust did not happen as history said - and then he had the Zionist lobby on his case
- by this stage he had huge crowds at public talks, and in the media, he went from loony to dangerous loony neo-nazi.
- because he often waved Nexus magazines around at his talks, I also became a defacto neo-nazi, holocaust denier. A couple of shops in Brighton were
threatened with firebombing, unless they stopped selling Nexus magazines. I can't begin to tell you the trouble this caused me.
- his conspiracy talks boomed, because he is a dam good orator, whether you like his message or not - he rivetted the crowds with pure passion
- then he got into mind control victims, and one in particular - Arizona Wilder. Based on her testimony, and other people's research and speculation
- he launched his controversial reptilians saga onto the masses - most of whom had never heard of such things before
- a couple of fellow researchers that were contradicting his 'story' were Zecharia Sitchin, and Sir Laurence Gardner - were suddenly accused during
at least two public talks, of being such aliens - based on very spurious evidence I might add. Sitchin responded with legal threats, Gardner chose
not to dignify the nonsense with a reply. This sealed his guilt in the eyes of most followers. (I might add, that Stewart Swerdlow at this point
entered the scene, and happened to remember seeing Gardner at some ceremony in America, killing babies, cutting them up and doing other grizzly
- the rest has been history. Icke has a very long list of publishers, researchers, and events organisers who will never ever deal with him again -
they all say he is impossible to work with. Plus the Zionists are never going to let him get away with the holocaust stuff. They even think that
reptilians is just Icke's code for Jews - which is just plain wrong.
But, crazy as people think he is, I will at least give him due credit - he BELIEVES his stuff, and I will never believe he is a willing front for