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TPV Richie Allen Show – David icke paper review – part three – Video



TPV Richie Allen Show – David icke paper review – part three
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THE BIG SHILLS— DAVID ICKE – Video



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David Icke – RationalWiki

David Icke is a human singularity of insanity best known for his UFO and conspiracy theory advocacy. He came to fame as an English footballer and sports commentator and used to be a spokesman for the UK Green Party, but since 1991 has devoted his life to informing the world that it’s actually secretly controlled by evil shape-shifting lizard-people from the 4th dimension. Genuinely.[1]

During the late 1980s while he was still with the Green Party, Icke began to look to alternative medicine for a cure for the arthritis that had ended his football career. This also brought him in contact with the local members of the New Age movement. In 1990, he met a psychic he called his “soul mate” who began to introduce him to hardcore New Age woo.[2] He went off the deep end shortly thereafter. He left the party in 1990 and was formally banned from it in 1994.[3]

Icke is a proponent of a super-duper grand conspiracy theory that mixes together just about every conspiracy theory you can think of; this he calls the “Babylonian Brotherhood.”[4] All members of the media, the scientific community, the banking system, and the religions and militaries of the world’s nations are mere foot-soldiers of the conspiracy. These stooges are in turn controlled by the usual suspects: the United Nations, the Bilderberg Group, the Illuminati, the Freemasons, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Rothschild family, the World Bank, etc. All of these groups are merely the puppets of “the global elite,” which are controlled by “the prison wardens.”

With the release of his book The Biggest Secret in 1999, Icke added the final layer on top of the pyramid of conspiracy: Interdimensional shape-shifting lizard-people from a rift in the space-time continuum near the constellation Draco, often referred to as “reptilians” or “reptoids.” Partially ripping off from Zecharia Sitchin, he claims these aliens are the Anunnaki and that they have interbred with humans throughout history. Much of the “evidence” of reptoids Icke and his worshipers put forth are old episodes of Doctor Who pictures of world leaders with enlarged pupils or red eye – the everyday kind of red eye – retinas illuminated by camera flashes. This supposedly signifies that they have momentarily lapsed in their shape-shifting.[5]

Some people have taken offense to this, claiming that “shape-shifting lizard-people” is a code word for “Jews.”[6] While Icke claims that he is not anti-Semitic – and that when he says “shape-shifting lizard-people,” he really does quite literally mean that they are lizards – he does hang around with some rather fringe right-wing nutcases, but balances it all out by being just as insane a believer in New Age mumbo-jumbo. It should be noted, however, that he believes the Protocols of the Elders of Zion were true, albeit supposedly not about Jews but (ironically given the accusation of anti-Semitism) a code word for lizard people, and has been flirting with Holocaust denial.[7]

At this point, it shouldn’t be surprising that Icke hawks alt-med and every crank medical idea under the sun through his web site and book store: Homeopathy, vitamin woo, vaccine denial, AIDS denial, Water fluoridation, Big Pharma conspiracies, etc. The man has Jupiter-scale crank magnetism, okay?

In 1991, on Terry Wogan’s TV chat show, in the middle of talking about football (the subject he was a guest on the show to talk about), Icke announced that he was “the son of God” and that Britain would be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes (the UK isn’t seismically active). He also began wearing all turquoise all the time which furthered claims he was either disturbed or perhaps a reptilian himself.[8] He was even passed over for Celebrity Big Brother in 2006 for being too weird.

In 2008, he ran for election to Parliament as an independent candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election. He got only 110 votes, and lost his deposit. If the lizard people (who live between Selby and Hull) had let him win, he would not have actually entered Parliament as he vowed not to actually take the oath to the Queen required (as he believes Her Majesty and the rest of the Royal Family to be lizard people as well. Ironically, Prince Charles agrees with Icke on the alternative medicine stuff).

Icke was the only non-American interviewee on the life-saving DVD The Fall of America and the Western World.

Icke considers himself the most controversial writer in the world. Non-British people who don’t pay much attention to the weirder sections of the bookstore consider him “who?”, which puts him in somewhat the same category Ward Churchill occupies among liberals.

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TPV Richie Allen Show – David icke paper review – part three – Video




TPV Richie Allen Show – David icke paper review – part three This is the Richie Allen Show, with David icke reviewing the papers. David appeared in between other interviews. Also glad to listen to mr ickes views and ag… By: MrFurling

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David Icke – RationalWiki

David Icke is a human singularity of insanity best known for his UFO and conspiracy theory advocacy. He came to fame as an English footballer and sports commentator and used to be a spokesman for the UK Green Party, but since 1991 has devoted his life to informing the world that it’s actually secretly controlled by evil shape-shifting lizard-people from the 4th dimension. Genuinely.[1] During the late 1980s while he was still with the Green Party, Icke began to look to alternative medicine for a cure for the arthritis that had ended his football career. This also brought him in contact with the local members of the New Age movement. In 1990, he met a psychic he called his “soul mate” who began to introduce him to hardcore New Age woo.[2] He went off the deep end shortly thereafter. He left the party in 1990 and was formally banned from it in 1994.[3] Icke is a proponent of a super-duper grand conspiracy theory that mixes together just about every conspiracy theory you can think of; this he calls the “Babylonian Brotherhood.”[4] All members of the media, the scientific community, the banking system, and the religions and militaries of the world’s nations are mere foot-soldiers of the conspiracy. These stooges are in turn controlled by the usual suspects: the United Nations, the Bilderberg Group, the Illuminati, the Freemasons, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Rothschild family, the World Bank, etc. All of these groups are merely the puppets of “the global elite,” which are controlled by “the prison wardens.” With the release of his book The Biggest Secret in 1999, Icke added the final layer on top of the pyramid of conspiracy: Interdimensional shape-shifting lizard-people from a rift in the space-time continuum near the constellation Draco, often referred to as “reptilians” or “reptoids.” Partially ripping off from Zecharia Sitchin, he claims these aliens are the Anunnaki and that they have interbred with humans throughout history. Much of the “evidence” of reptoids Icke and his worshipers put forth are old episodes of Doctor Who pictures of world leaders with enlarged pupils or red eye – the everyday kind of red eye – retinas illuminated by camera flashes. This supposedly signifies that they have momentarily lapsed in their shape-shifting.[5] Some people have taken offense to this, claiming that “shape-shifting lizard-people” is a code word for “Jews.”[6] While Icke claims that he is not anti-Semitic – and that when he says “shape-shifting lizard-people,” he really does quite literally mean that they are lizards – he does hang around with some rather fringe right-wing nutcases, but balances it all out by being just as insane a believer in New Age mumbo-jumbo. It should be noted, however, that he believes the Protocols of the Elders of Zion were true, albeit supposedly not about Jews but (ironically given the accusation of anti-Semitism) a code word for lizard people, and has been flirting with Holocaust denial.[7] At this point, it shouldn’t be surprising that Icke hawks alt-med and every crank medical idea under the sun through his web site and book store: Homeopathy, vitamin woo, vaccine denial, AIDS denial, Water fluoridation, Big Pharma conspiracies, etc. The man has Jupiter-scale crank magnetism, okay? In 1991, on Terry Wogan’s TV chat show, in the middle of talking about football (the subject he was a guest on the show to talk about), Icke announced that he was “the son of God” and that Britain would be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes (the UK isn’t seismically active). He also began wearing all turquoise all the time which furthered claims he was either disturbed or perhaps a reptilian himself.[8] He was even passed over for Celebrity Big Brother in 2006 for being too weird. In 2008, he ran for election to Parliament as an independent candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election. He got only 110 votes, and lost his deposit. If the lizard people (who live between Selby and Hull) had let him win, he would not have actually entered Parliament as he vowed not to actually take the oath to the Queen required (as he believes Her Majesty and the rest of the Royal Family to be lizard people as well. Ironically, Prince Charles agrees with Icke on the alternative medicine stuff). Icke was the only non-American interviewee on the life-saving DVD The Fall of America and the Western World. Icke considers himself the most controversial writer in the world. Non-British people who don’t pay much attention to the weirder sections of the bookstore consider him “who?”, which puts him in somewhat the same category Ward Churchill occupies among liberals.

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