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Do you think David Icke will fill wembley Arena, £ 687,500 .00 Whats your prediction

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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:32 PM
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Will David Icke fill Wembley arena in October , ? whats your thoughts , prediction.

how many of the 12500 seats will be filled. ?

12500 seats at between £ 50.00 - £ 67.00 so if we say 12500 at £55.00 = £ 687.500.00

not bad for a few hours talking

ill say 3800 tops which would still be 3800 x £ 55.00 £ 209,000 .00

many on the David Ickes official forum, are out of work at this time, so a seat will cost them, there whole weeks giro and then some, travel ect .

will they make the sacrifice to listen to their messiah ?




posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:38 PM
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ok lets point out that david would actually have to pay for the stadium, so you need to subtract those costs from your calculations.

plus staff costs

plus travel

what does that leave in his pocket after ?



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:44 PM
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First of all, if you think he gets 100% of that money than you are greatly mistaken. Second, why not do a little research and find out how Icke has done in the past with his tours. With so many Icke haters I'm sure that info is just a google click away!



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:49 PM
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i once payed around 25euros to see the dalai lama, i wouldn't want to watch icke even if i was paid for it.

last time i checked he was here, it was over 100euros.

he's the greedy lizard...



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:51 PM
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He has a better chance of filling an arena over there, than Obama does over here....at least they don't have to bus in people over there......


I haven't a clue if he can fill the arena. I highly doubt it, based on the global economy....but, you never know....

Des



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:11 PM
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Im not a icke hater though i would question, challenge, some of his teachings, his sources, his spirit guides. and mixing truth with false hood is a bitter cocktail who ever is serving it up.

selling it for money to, for me to is a big no no, just becomes a nother deception, people are buying in to.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:21 PM
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Not saying you are a hater but I'm serious, why not check out his past tours and see many people show up. I think he recently just held his lecture in Hawaii so check into that. Truth be told, he must be doing well with attendance if he can literally travel the world and people will pay to hear him speak. And why would you hate on anyone for making money in this world we live in where you absolutely have to make $$ to survive.

If you're good at something, never do it for free!


But Joker's advice aside, he gave up his life to pursue this conspiracy angle. It's not like he was some unknown bum who came outta no where selling his wares. He actually had a bright future, was well known and liked, and then he threw it all away to become a conspiracy theorist spending all of his time and energy to this new craft. No one, not even a young David Icke could have seen that coming


Well, if you want to see how David lives then check out his video showing off his wheels and palace.



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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:27 PM
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Yes, I think in some countries he could fill a stadium.

And why not?

Good speaker with a basis of encouraging people to make up their own minds.

Always a great introduction to conspiracy theory.

However, I've never gotten much out of his "spiritual teachings" or approaches to healing, but then I'd spend my money to be entertained, challenged and informed, and not to be "healed".
Once that stuff starts happening at his talks I'm leaving.

Today I read in the paper about a lunch with two cricket players that costs R700 per head.
Now who wants to hear that?
I'd rather see David Icke any day.

In a wider context of boring religious or "empowerment" prattle for loads of money, I don't think it's so shocking.
Instead of going to some group or church all year and constantly donating tithes and money (and shifting their useless, forgettable products) I think for an annual occasion it's worth it.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:41 PM
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I wonder what happen to Freely you have received freely give, spoken by another Messiah,

or take no money for your journey.

or silver and gold have i none, but what i do have i give to you.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:47 PM
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will be interesting to do the maths less expenses, how much he will earn per hour, per minuet, per word.

i bet he will be flying all the way to his hollow moon, cha ching cha ching $$$.$$$.$$.


wash and repeat
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by dwarfflex
I wonder what happen to Freely you have received freely give, spoken by another Messiah,

or take no money for your journey.

or silver and gold have i none, but what i do have i give to you.


Like I said, in this world we live we don't operate like that. It's always nice to accuse and judge from the comfort behind our computers at night before we go to bed to get up for work in the morning. This is his day job and needs it to survive because he aint going back to his old job. I mean while you're at it you could chastise any author who sells their book, whether it's fiction or non fiction, or how about teachers? Whether you believe Icke or not, he is teaching people and that's his goal.
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by dwarfflex
will be interesting to do the maths less expenses, how much he will earn per hour, per minuet, per word.


I will given David Icke some credit ... the person has endurance and puts in a good effort on the stage when compared to other entertainers. He is like the Robin Williams of conspiracy theory for endurance. If you're into the kind of things he says you will get a lot of it.
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 08:52 PM
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Originally posted by dwarfflex
will be interesting to do the maths less expenses, how much he will earn per hour, per minuet, per word.

i bet he will be flying all the way to his hollow moon, cha ching cha ching $$$.$$$.$$.


wash and repeat
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I get the feeling you've listened to nothing any of us have said. I stand corrected, you are a Hater of Icke. I'm outta of this thread, it fails



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 09:10 PM
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I don't think he claims to be the Messiah.

He had a moment like that years ago, but he's long dismissed it.

As a speaker he gives his performance and money at a cost (including the cost of the event).
So what?
He doesn't promise anything fake like some religious performers, and he doesn't demand cash from the taxpayers like the atheistic socialists and communists.
tia-mysoa.blogspot.com...

The lecture will probably be on Youtube shortly afterwards for free for those who cannot go because of cost.

Not everyone wants to see a raving religious or socialist lunatic on a soap-box, so paying for quality is expecting quality.
At worst, I'd like to see the best raving lunatic.


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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 09:20 PM
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The only thing i find funny is he may earn more than Cameron in one day, than Cameron and those other dush bags earn in a year.

the latest slogan for his wembley event

Join The Great Gathering of Consciousness - Wembley Arena 2012 - add your heart and your energy to this day of transformation

not for getting your giro- cash -credit or debit card

'You can dam a stream and you can dam a river, but you can't dam a tidal wave.' - David Icke

a tidal wave of cash flowing into his account.

The Biggest Event of its Kind Ever Staged Anywhere in the World - David Icke at the Wembley Arena, London, in 2012

the biggest scam of this kind ever staged
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 09:46 PM
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I still don't see the exact con or scam.

If people want to pay money and support a speaker then what is wrong with this?

Some of his claims may certainly be unproven and questionable, but is that a scam?

One would have to show a bit more in exactly how this is a scam, because often this looks like sour grapes from religions who are losing members and cash-cows to David Icke.

He doesn't claim to be a messiah, he doesn't want people to worship anything - what you see is what you get.
He doesn't even encourage people to lose whatever faith they have, or to imagine no possessions (like some multimillionaire rock stars did).

My main concern would be his take on medicine, but I'd still still listen while reserving my right to disagree.
In fact, it's more important to hear the things with which I do disagree, because that allows me a right of reply, and knowledge is power.

It's easy to claim that he makes more money than this or that person without any proof.

But no matter how much he makes (or not), if people are willing to pay for his lecture that is their choice.

Why not delve into his material and show where the scams may lie?
That could be more fruitful than simply saying: "Somebody I somehow disagree with is being paid to give a lecture and that's a scam".



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:02 PM
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Like takin candy from children, you think you have the right to reply, im a great believer in free speech, open debates, in the light,

see how quickly you would get locked out of his forum, once you start to question David ickes teaching, theories, endless speculation, his spirit guides, the source of his information, false statements, that are presented as this is how it is, as fact truth,

and when you research you find out the sours e of information is not even c readable, other sources very questionable.

but to raise this will result in a lock out, then the truth is being suppressed, concealed,

and when financial gain comes before truth, thats a very big price to pay.


www.youtube.com...
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:02 PM
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I think one salient piece of information missed out in the op is that his appearance is going to be 9 Hours long, hopefully with a few toilet breaks thrown in.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:09 PM
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i like Jesse Ventura,s response wanting some of ickes theory's beliefs teachings , just in some kind of condensed form,

reviewed like a book or a film , tv interview. icke told him he would have to sit through 8 hours.

hilarious

which then became a feud of words between tag team , Ventura and the predator, and icke and his reptile, with Alex Jones as ref.
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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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Originally posted by halfoldman
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I still don't see the exact con or scam.

If people want to pay money and support a speaker then what is wrong with this?

Some of his claims may certainly be unproven and questionable, but is that a scam?

One would have to show a bit more in exactly how this is a scam, because often this looks like sour grapes from religions who are losing members and cash-cows to David Icke.

He doesn't claim to be a messiah, he doesn't want people to worship anything - what you see is what you get.
He doesn't even encourage people to lose whatever faith they have, or to imagine no possessions (like some multimillionaire rock stars did).

My main concern would be his take on medicine, but I'd still still listen while reserving my right to disagree.
In fact, it's more important to hear the things with which I do disagree, because that allows me a right of reply, and knowledge is power.

It's easy to claim that he makes more money than this or that person without any proof.

But no matter how much he makes (or not), if people are willing to pay for his lecture that is their choice.

Why not delve into his material and show where the scams may lie?
That could be more fruitful than simply saying: "Somebody I somehow disagree with is being paid to give a lecture and that's a scam".



Exactly. It's hardly a scam if people know what they're getting before they go in.

Whether or not the information is questionable is another thing entirely, but David Icke never claims that he has all the answers, he says at the beginning of every talk "I'm going to give you the information and want you to come to your own conclusions".






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