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Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus
Originally posted by heyo
Like universities and consultants and such things? I never did like that way of debunking personally.
Except that once your graduate you can actually get a job with what you learn at a university. Try appyling with what Mr. Icke 'teaches'.
Originally posted by Dogdish
That is obviously not Patsy Ramsey.
In my own opinion, David Icke is not over charging at any price.
Originally posted by NuclearPaul
You may find what Icke teaches will set you free, while what universities teach will only enslave you further.
Originally posted by JonDeath
...As I mentioned, I've caught other people used in multiple news frauds. Saved their pics and use some of the same techniques law enforcement uses to identify people attempting to mask their identity. Freckles, birth marks etc. are too unreliable as they can be faked or hidden with makeup...
Her family as far as I am concerned, her family is involved in, in, in, this and there is always a price to be involved in it, she was the price. This little girl lost her live.
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