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originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: Kakamega
David Icke has been around quite awhile. I notice you use some choice words like "Jewish Billionaires".
So they used him by getting him banned from visiting countries by calling him anti-Semite? You can't see how that doesn't make sense?
Why should I listen to anything you have to say? You're obviously not for free speech.
originally posted by: 19Bones79
a reply to: Kakamega
They say an effective lie is one sprinkled with bits of truth.
I wonder which part of what David Icke says is true.
originally posted by: FinallyAwake
I've been anti Icke for years now. However aside from the lizard people and him being the messiah, have a search online under David Icke debunked.
There's not a lot to choose from, even on duckduckgo.
I decided to listen to a bit of his latest stuff on Covid protests, and my opinion has gone from
"No, he's a snake oil salesman"
"The jury's out, keep an open mind"
I'm particularly interested in what he has to say about consciousness, and that's coming from an atheist.
"Sub human": "Subhuman"(german: untermenschen) is a term from Nazi racial ideology. Derived from 19th century racial theory, Nazi ideology held that the German nation, as Herrenvolk, had a right to rule over the world and that Germanic peoples were, as the master race (Herrenrasse), superior to other European peoples (such as Slavic peoples and Romanic peoples) and that all other peoples represented lesser races of varying degrees. Groups regarded as SUBHUMAN (Untermenschen) included inferior racial element (such as Jews, Gypsies, Poles, Altaic peoples or Africans) and asocial element (such as the mentally or physically disabled and homosexuals, but also criminals and prostitutes, beggars and tramps, leftists, liberals and political dissidents, Jehovah's Witnesses and so-called morally degenerates). Generally people who worked against the Third Reich or who were breaking its laws were regarded as Untermenschen. The term was borrowed from older 19th century sources.