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All of these people that are against the status quo, do have some things of value, like another poster said, it is still worth listening to it all and take what's good, and toss out what is bad..
Ickes does have very accurate info on the Obama administration and the main people behind Obama, and it exposes these people in vivid detail, all can be separately verified.
I have never bothered to worry much about the reptilian junk, and even if it was actually true, what could anyone do about it? It would take more than anti venom to deal with I'm sure..
I second that...
Keep an open mind and do not take their word for everything they, like Icke, say.
I think it is very unwise to disregard everything a person says based upon one or more previous made mistake.
you have to love icke he can fill a stadium with gullable idiots who pay $100+ for a ticket all over the world year after year but he can go on and on about the same subject book after book crap author but he must rake in millions a year
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After taking advice we decided to incorporate Peoples Voice Broadcasting Limited as a private limited company. Principally because we did not wish to burden TPV with the increased regulatory cost and operational restrictions that apply to Charities and Community Interest Companies (CIC).
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