Sadly, instead of learning from the inevitable mockery for claims he couldn't prove, in his psychotic break, his ego sought revenge by conjuring a fantastic Shadow projection for himself & the spiritually bereft to believe in. He's now become the epitome & most ironic example of the very deception and mind-control trickery he rails against. A cautionary tale for the truly aware to cite, indeed.
JehanneDeLys 2 years ago
Maat wrote:Here's a simple rule of thumb to resist being suckered, if they avoid and/or attack the subject of media fakery and media complicity in 9/11 (plus every psyop hoax since) and refuse to acknowledge or expose it then they are the opposition engaged (or duped) to protect it. Period.
lux wrote:Maat wrote:Here's a simple rule of thumb to resist being suckered, if they avoid and/or attack the subject of media fakery and media complicity in 9/11 (plus every psyop hoax since) and refuse to acknowledge or expose it then they are the opposition engaged (or duped) to protect it. Period.
I'm no expert (or apologist) for David Icke but I was under the impression that he was highly critical of the media and considered them a bunch of liars and part of "the control system" as he calls it. He was a media personality himself at one time (BBC) and says that news announcers are nothing more than actors and only read what is put in front of them by their employers. He also has a section of his web forum titled "Useless Media" (implying that they don't report the truth). He has also specifically stated that NASA's Apollo missions were a hoax. I don't know what his views are on media fakery as regards 9/11.
Again, I'm not defending the guy -- maybe he is a shill -- I don't know. I don't really trust ANY of the internet cast of characters and Icke seems to have now allied himself with Alex Jones which is a very bad sign of course. But, as i understand it, Jones once hated Icke so I don't know what's up with all that.
But, as far as I was aware, Icke does support the idea of media fakery, lies, propaganda, etc. Unless there's something I missed?
Dcopymope wrote:My rule of thumb for determining whether or not someone is a disinfo agent unwittingly or not was never based solely on whether or not they discuss media fakery or attack the idea of it, because contrary to what some on here would have you believe, the world isn't that simple. You have to get down to the core of that individuals beliefs if you are expecting to even get a clue of what he is really all about. If those beliefs are in line with the agenda's of the power elite, spreading some truth while mixing in the bull shit they want us to believe on top of it, then that individual will be seen by me as highly suspect, and that's the bottomline.
Doublethink much? I hope you realize you completely contradicted yourself here. Once it becomes clear that someone is a high profile disinformation agent (opportunist, profiteer etc.) there is obviously no way they can be trusted to provide anything "true", untainted or reliable about whatever they allege to be "completely authentic and documented" !
Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus.
I'm frankly amazed that anyone would continue to drink from a well after they realize it's contaminated, let alone offer it to others. We are not interested in entertaining anything from Icke/Jones/Watt [TF] et al, their apologists or shills.
Simon1961 wrote:He has made money, he is sincere, does have a big ego. I would say he is a brave man.
Simon1961 wrote:I believe David Icke is a very intelligent man, researcher but most of all a very good communicator. I think he believes too much that is told to him but is more right than people give him credit for. I saw him being interviewed on "The Project Camelot" series of youtube interviews - mostly phonies of those I have seen. I had previously seen an American predecessor , Jordan Maxwell on the same series. Apparently JM had sponsored DI in some way. DI seemed to use similiar ways of speaking about things as JM. I observed that JM spoke about having the feeling of being protected by invisible forces. DI articulated the same thing. I believe he had this, perhaps subconsciously to his "repertoire". David Icke had based his style on American style "communicators " in the same way the Beatles copied US Rock N Roll and took it back IMO :-)
As British people know David Icke had a sort of mental breakdown. That doesn't necessarily preclude that he did have significant spiritual awakening as well. When interviewed Icke seems to rail-road his views through and talk over those speaking to him without incorporating their views in a "dialogue". He has made money, he is sincere, does have a big ego. I would say he is a brave man.
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