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Most of you will know about the marathon presentation given by perhaps the worlds number one "conspiracy" theorist, David Icke in Wembley on the 27th of this month and how, thanks to Bertie Bert of The Lawful Rebellion paltalk room, many people were given the opportunity to listen to the audio of the presentation that Bertie kindly piped into his room - one of those people being myself.
Well my original intention was to listen to the talk with an open mind and then write a review of what I myself thought of David Icke's presentation but after listening to (most) of it, I realised that a longer article would be required, because this man is a danger to the British People and the white race.
But before I tell you why I have reached those conclusions, I will give you a brief report on my thoughts as I listened and how from my perspective David Icke came across.
Well the actual numbers attending in Wembley were reported as being between 5,500 and 10,000, who would have paid between £50 and £60 per ticket.
Around the world, untold thousands of other people paid £15 to watch and listen to the event via a live internet broadcast and Bertie was one of those people.
Now David Icke has become a multi-millionaire through his books and presentations and I have no doubt that, also on sale at Wembley would have been copies of his books (he has sold over 150,000), DVDs at £30, T-shirts at £15 and the chance to pay to subscribe to his forum for £36 per year and it was estimated that David would pull in at least half a million pounds for this event, less the cost of hiring out Wembley for £48,000.
Now the numbers in Bertie's room ranged between 50 to 80 depending on the time of the day and at the start of David's presentation, text comments into the paltalk room were quite lively, until some people who found fault with some of David's presentation started to ridicule him and his ideas.
This of course alienated those who did believe what David was saying and so little slagging matches began to detract from what David Icke was actually saying and Bertie Bert red-dotted the room other than for a select few who were onboard with David's message.
I found the fact that they were then free to attack the red dotted listeners a bit hypocritical, because I found their comments just as distracting as those who put forward counter arguments to some of the subjects Icke spoke about and so perhaps Bertie should have red dotted the lot apart from admins.
I also suspect that the reason Bertie did red dot people was for a different reason than the one given - Bertie has very little time for those who do not agree with him - but at the end of the day it is his room and he was the guy who paid to have it piped into the room and for that we should all thank him.
So what did I make of the presentation? Well first off, I was lucky in that I did not know that much about David Icke and his ideas and so my mind was pretty much open to what he had to say.
Yes, I had heard about him saying that the Lizard people were ruling the world but I always thought that the guy was secretly referring to the Jews but just did not have the balls to say so. Well I got that one wrong. When David says Lizards he really does mean Lizards.
Now it was a 12 hour event with a couple of 40 minute intermissions, when no doubt people at Wembley would have had plenty of time to buy the Icke merchandise on sale.
Showing that nepotism is alive and well on Planet Icke, David's son Gareth made a noise, a lot of noise, by attempting to sing some dreadful song called "Remember who you are" and I am pretty much sure if it were not for "Daddy", we would never ever have heard of his name and I would not have had to suffer by having my eardrums assaulted.
Do not worry, I will get onto the content of the presentation - eventually. What about the audience? Well they were something else and David certainly made them feel that way.
He told them they were special because they "understood" and that everyone who disagreed with them(him) or tried to questions his logic or debunk his insane understanding of science, were "crazies" and who does not like to be told they are special?
He did show signs of promise when he explained in a way that even a fool (and there were many of them, not just at Wembley sucking up his every word) could understand just how the money system works. He also pointed out the evil of the Rothschilds and other banking families.
By now he had the audience eating out of his hand and boy did he know how to work it. Eat your heart out Jim Dowson, because David Icke is a master at working the crowd and then he said something that made me really pay attention.
He stated that the National Front was a Fascist organisation and that it and similar organisations should all learn to live together and love each other and the crowd swallowed it just as they had swallowed his other rubbish. Two Legs bad, four legs good. Nationalists bad, multicultural lovers good.
So what did he actually say in the course of the 12 hour event? Well before I tell you, all the way through it, he used lyrics from many songs, including quite a few by the Saint John Lennon; he constantly referred to the movie The Matrix and as he spoke, I began to think that the guy had actually taken his entire presentation idea from a film called They Live that was made in 1988, in which Lizard people rule the earth and control them through the media. Whilst researching this article today, I did in fact then find this clip of David Icke speaking about the very same film - after he speaks about the spaceship moon.
He also seems to have pinched quite of lot of his ideas from Star Trek, as according to him we are all holograms living in an holographic world that is being created from the moon which is a spaceship.
This spaceship moon also jams the positive rays from the sun and generates negative waves which causes misery in the holographic world which gives off bad vibrations that the Lizard People, called Arcons then feed off like vampires.
Now these Arcons, by all accounts are reptilian shapeshifters from a different dimension who can change form and then take over the holographic world's ruling elites in order to make the holographic peasants even more miserable in order for the shapeshifting, vampire Lizards to feed off their misery.
Now the reason we cannot see these Lizard people is because they vibrate at a different frequency to us but there are reports according to Icke that people have witnessed the Lizards forming into human beings.
Like all good evil creatures, David tells us also that these Lizards are into devil worship, drinking blood and sacrificing children and if he had said that about the perverted politicians in parliament then I could have believed him but Lizards no.
Now rational people know that, yes, the world is run by an "elite" and this "elite" most probably do indulge in all kinds of perversions but they are not Lizards - they are men but not men like us. They are the Zionist/Ashkenazi false Jews.
Well by the end of the presentation, I was impressed by how well David had worked not just himself but the crowd up into an hysterical frenzy but also some of the more gullible people listening in via paltalk.
I did not think that it was necessary for Icke to constantly swear towards the end but his holographic audience did not seem to mind and seemed to think each utterance of the word "fuck" required a burst of applause!!!
Now whether Icke is in it for the money or not, I do not know but I find it difficult to believe that any sane person can believe the things he says, yet he has a huge following world wide who are too stupid to think things through for themselves and so accept what Icke says as Gospel.
It is certainly true that some people in Bertie's room, who I considered to be rational thinking human beings have swallowed Icke's Matrix lies pill and having seen the holographic light beamed down to them from the spaceship moon have turned their back on Nationalism and willingly embraced group hysteria and insanity and that does worry me. Are the British People, as a mass equally gullible or stupid?
Now many people have debunked David Icke's nonsense including his claim to be the Son of God and there is a superb video here that shows where Icke originally got his bizarre ideas from, the Satanist, Alice Ann Bailey who died in 1949 and if you really want the truth about David Icke and how he airbrushes from history some of his earlier writings and rambling then you must watch the entire video.
I do not for one second imagine that supporters of this snake oil salesman - because that is what I believe him to be - will watch either video but following David Icke is a bit like following David Koresh or the Reverend Jim Jones, both very dangerous cult leaders who led their followers to ruin.
Well I think you have enough information now to make your own minds up. Best thing now, if still interested is to go and do some research yourself but I do think you will agree that David Icke is no friend of the True British People.
Try not to laugh (or cry) when I tell you that his solution to save ourselves from the Lizards, is to all hold hands and dance in front of them. For some reason he thinks that this would be enough to stop the Zionists opening fire on them.
Now to finish with a few paragraphs that the Elite Commander has prepared at short notice for us, after I asked for his opinion on David Icke's apparent lack of scientific understanding.......
By Elite Commander
In terms of scientific information, Icke's speech started out with one or two unproven but plausible ideas but then quickly disintegrated into a merciless slew of scientific inaccuracies and outright pseudoscientific nonsense as Icke murdered terms such as "vibration" and "electromagnetic". It was clear within the first hour that he had absolutely no idea what he was talking about with respect to cosmology, biology or physics; and yet, rather a lot of his speech depended on an understanding of those fields. Icke succeeds by confusing gullible fools with scientific terminology.
When making this point to some of Icke's more recent followers and supporters, I was told that none of this matters since he was not giving a science lecture. I agree that Icke was not giving a science lecture – however, this does not give him license to present nonsense and lies. Another person argued that since the scientific nonsense does not comprise the main component of his talk, it is irrelevant. However, I think that his misinformation with regard to science is of extreme importance to us as individuals and as nationalists.
I think Icke has a very good reason to begin with at least one semi-plausible idea before unleashing his nonsense on the crowd; this way he avoids shocking and alienating some of the more sceptical people, and allows him to win some of their trust. This is why his despicable outburst against 'racism' and the 'fascist' National Front occurs half way through the speech; at that point, his ensnared audience is likely to cheer almost anything he says. Icke could tell them that the moon is made of cheese and they would still applaud. Frighteningly, this is very close to what he does say.
As an example of a plausible idea degenerating into nonsense, take Icke's initial suggestion that the universe may be some sort of simulation, in which the information fed to our senses is nothing like the 'real world'. This idea has long been explored by philosophers and as such it has some measure of plausibility – it has never been disproven – however, Icke then immediately jumps to the assertion that this is exactly what is happening to us, without so much as a shred of evidence to prove it. The remainder of his speech hinges on this leap of logic.
An example of a completely non-plausible idea presented by Icke, and defended by him against the 'crazies' (code for sane people), is the idea that water can change form based on whether the vibrations made by certain sounds are 'positive' or negative. To give a good idea of why this cannot happen, it is necessary to explain what water is: millions of billions of billions of water molecules colliding with each other at hundreds of metres per second, exerting temporary attractions on one another by virtue of hydrogen bonds. For all intents and purposes, the movement of water on a molecular level is random.
It has been hypothesised by genuine scientists that these molecules can form temporary structures, and this may help to explain some of water's properties. However due to the fact that their movement is random, this will happen to any water whatever it has been in contact with, and will not be maintained much longer than a fraction of a second at any one time.
Ironically, at several points in his eleven hour long tirade, Icke mocked the evolutionary biologist and respected scientist Richard Dawkins, referring to him as 'Dogma Dawkins' on the grounds that Dawkins has previously dismissed some of the claims made by Icke using well-established science. This mockery comes from a man who will stand up on stage in front of thousands of people and tell them without hesitation that the moon is an alien spaceship brought to Earth by aliens in order to control the human 'race' as he calls it.
It is sometimes said that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. It is incredible, then, to see just how thin Icke's evidence is. Just take a look at how he comes up with his ridiculous ideas in this video (start at 0:20:00). If you are not laughing within ninety seconds then you will get a full refund. Persevere for three minutes and you will be treated to some real comedy gold.
As for the few genuine facts Icke can be said to have delivered: even a broken clock is correct twice a day. In fact, the broken clock sets a better record than Icke. It brings me great sadness to know that his nonsense is infiltrating good people's minds and driving them away from true science and nationalism.
Footnote by The Green Arrow
Thank you for that Elite Commander. Very much appreciated.