I like David Icke. He may be a bit new-agey, and have theories about shape-shifting inter-dimensional reptilians, operating from inside the hollow metallic space-ship which we know as the moon (honestly, he has said all this!) but for all this he does put out a range of information which considered as a whole, makes intriguing reading.
David Icke has summed up the fraudulent money system, and the place of the Rothschilds within it. He may have stolen the Hegelian Dialectic which he refers to as 'Problem-Reaction-Solution', and taken credit for an idea which is not his - the Thesis-Antithesis-Synthesis model; but, for all this, at least he applies the Hegelian methodology in a way which explains the machinations of the global power structure. As I say, I can't help liking David Icke's style, even though it isn't really his own, and the information he presents is interspersed with a fair dollop of nonsense.
Where I take exception to Mr Icke, is in his pretence at being anti-internationalist, whilst pushing the line that we're all the same and that all differences in nation, culture, spiritualism etc are illusory. When stripped of the rhetoric, Icke's underlying theme is yet another version of the One World ideology. Icke's support of obvious shyster, Alex Jones, is troublesome in itself. Jones is yet another individual who rails against the New World Order but does so in a manner which deflects from the real enemy. He speaks of Germanic Death Cults (which he omits to mention are led by Khazars), and claims that he has infiltrated and filmed meetings of the inner elite, and simply strolled out of such meetings without any trouble from the Establishment, who incidentally own the radio network he broadcasts on.
The ranting Texan and the English hippy (who worked for the State-controlled BBC) make strange bedfellows, but between them stampede those who are aware of the internationalist agenda into a state of inaction, through either fear that the whole drive to a One World State is too powerful to be stopped, or a warm and cosy belief that it is an illusion anyway as we are all a part of infinite consciousness (again a reinterpretation of a philosophical argument, in this case Plato's allegory of the cave, mixed in with the first Matrix film). The impact of such manipulation is for the followers of Jones to buy protest DVDS and get the popcorn out as the Police State goes global; whilst those who hang on to Icke's every word at least don't get sucked into Jones' fear vortex, but do become complacent due to the belief that everything will be alright in the end, man. Pass the reefer!
Under the headline 'An Up and Coming Female Breivik', David Icke has posted the following video:
(Direct Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htshvId51UE&feature=player_embedded)
This video shews a woman who objects to Islam, and goes so far as to burn the Qu'ran. She selectively quotes passages which are abhorrent, but fails to mention that the Talmud could be used with the same result. Indeed the history of every major religion could be picked at to provide evidence of nastiness and inhuman practices. The eastern religions so beloved of Icke's disciples have as bloodthirsty a history as Islam, or Christianity, and of course, Judaism, with its offshoots of Marxism, Feminism, Liberalism, Capitalism etc can outdo all religions put together.
What irks is the notion that a woman who practices Free Speech, is labelled as an up and coming Breivik. Censorship is a dangerous path to walk. Views which are objectionable are as valid as those which are nice and make one feel warm inside. Indeed, without objectionable views to keep us alert, we fall into a trance-like state and become vulnerable to all who are willing to publicly go along with our way of life, but privately undermine and destroy us. Isn't that the essence of liberalism, and political correctness? Sanctioning people because their opinions may be hurtful, is the modus operandi of the internationalists. It is worrisome to see Icke adopting the tactics of the global enemy. Yes, the woman in the video may be speaking in a manner which is offensive to Muslims, but if we are serious about freedom, we have to accept that some people will always speak in a manner which is unpleasant. To use the English saying which is now tantamount to incitement to forbidden free thought, 'Sticks and Stones may break my bones, but WORDS will NEVER hurt me'.
Breivik is being used to silence all dissent. He is a gift for the kommissars of political correctness. Everyone who utters support for the natural society of free and self-contained ethnically and culturally homogeneous countries, can now be labelled as a Breivik. Those who do not relish the coming Global Police State are called Fascists. And of course, the common denominator is that these people are dangerous, are terrorists, and that their utterances pollute those who hear them, and for this reason, they must be silenced by all means necessary.
We are used to hearing such Stalinist rhetoric from our Fabian politicians and media. What is alarming is to hear such nonsense from the Truth Movement. Freedom with qualifications as to what can be discussed, is not freedom, but disguised tyranny. Yes the woman in the video may be professing views which serve the Zionist agenda, but she has every right to say what she likes. Her argument can be countered and debated, but to label her as persona non grata - a Breivik, terrorist etc - only legitimises the culture of censorship which our would-be rulers are fomenting.
We need to ensure that the oft quoted words of Voltaire are upheld as a way of life for the preservation of all our freedoms. We may not agree with what other people say, but we must fight for their right to say it, even, nay especially, when it is hurtful and thereby challenging. If we allow censorship on any issue, we give credibility to those who wish to silence debate on the Holyhoax, Man-made Climate Change, the Money System, Zionism, Palestine, and indeed every issue which the Establishment seek to control. This isn't the first time that Icke has travelled the censors' road. If alarm bells were ringing in the background, they have gone up a few decibels. Maybe his close relationship with Alex Jones isn't so peculiar afterall...