reply to post by projectbane
I went to see David Icke talk, despite scepticism with his being an ex footballer - I was slowly getting use to their squeaky voices etc - and I was
Not only was he extremely interesting but, had he been the numbnuts you say, he certainly could not have delivered the talk he did, without any props
or indeed handle the Jewish hecklers who, naturally slid into the hall without paying and tried to cause the most disruption, until told to leave by
the audience after Icke had made them look like name-calling, raucus kids.
I understood his football career was over due to arthritis, not a lack of skill, (although watching any match you can see men earning a fortune for
making either pathetic mistakes or not putting in the hard work when required and I am wondering if, you were at school with him whether it was your
good self who managed to mistake the top of the class for the bottom.
I checked out his queeny allegations and was horrified to find that running all her financial affairs was rothschild so we now know he was telling
the truth, but we are aware of how the stranglehold that elite little group has and how it operates in the UK and consequently throughout the world -
in tangent with other parts of that family and ilke being settled in many other countries.
Icke was telling us things 20 years ago that we see today, the link between the Catholic Church and the financiers etc.
His language might be hard to us to accept today but, no one can deny if you look at the 'lizard'/reptile people (statuettes) both in South America
and the ME, they have a history of running things, were worshipped, emanated and its a possibility that they have survived (or their bloodlines) by
simply blending into our society and their prodigy are still in charge today - who knows - I just find its better to keep an open mind as today,
information comes literally out of the ether and what we know today, would have my parents and previous genedrations probably turning in their
I also think that when one gets someone who is prepared to stick their head above the turret on things like the exploitation of the general public etc
we should support them. A prime example of this is the Irish Journalist who pressed the Banker over the Irish people's financial suffering just to
keep a bank afloat and perhaps him in his expensive suit. I noticed from what little I could see in the video, people around him did not seem to want
to back him or encourage him whatsoever. Everyone has discernment so when using it doesn't have to make an idiot of themselves by following where
only the ridiculous would go, but people who do speak out for us need our support IMHO because people like Icke and that journalist are asking the
right questions and our lilence ensure the elite are not pushed to answer and make the changes a true voting public would ask for.