Tuesday, July 08, 2008

David Icke – Big Brother, the Big Picture (Hull, July 6th 2008)


Link to Video

David Icke speaks to the constituents of Haltemprice and Howden about the ‘Big Brother’ election, forced by the resignation of David Davis, and the move towards the global Big Brother enslavement we are all facing.

4 comments:

Twitch said...

C'mon, David Fucking Icke?

Are you shitting me?

He's been off his rocker for decades. Just because someone has a few valid points (and he does) does not make him a legitimate source of knowledge. I think people like Icke actually cause less people to open their minds (and eyes) because they rely on shock tactics, fear mongering, and nonsense to make a 'point'. I'm much more prone to listen to say, Alex Jones (he's not Jesus either) than someone of Icke's stature.

Hey Creepy, blogroll over to http://www.stolenskies.net/blog/ and say hello to my friend Delphi. And please, please, please find someone more coherent than David Icke.

Floyd Anderson said...

Dude, David Icke is one of my favorites. I just read his latest book and I love hearing him speak.

Off his rocker for decades?

LMFAO!

Twitch said...

OK, so he's toned things down a bit. But there was nothing in that whole three hours I haven't heard him say before, and it's not in any format that Joe Somebody is going to wanna sit through. What we need, IMHO, is more things along the lines of Zeitgeist or Loose Change (even though I'm not a big fan of LC - too many factual errors). People, as a whole, do not have the attention span to watch three hours of Icke ramble. He's pretty spot on, at least in this talk - but you have to admit he can be over the top at times. But people not already learning towards these ideas are not gonna be convinced. Unfortunately, what I think we need is a 'dumbed down' version of this, condensed into about 1/2 hour or so. Then, if people open their eyes a bit, they might explore these ideas further.

Sorry I came off a bit harsh, Icke has left a bad taste in my mouth before, but this was actually pretty OK. Next time I'll be less quick to judge.

Floyd Anderson said...

You describe 'what we need' but to me it is all about raising the consciousness and awareness of the masses, especially of those enforcing the laws.....so that they see a clearer picture of what is really happening and why.

David Icke is doing his thing, I'm doing mine, and you do yours.

Insulting courageous people like David Icke for not fitting into your perfect method of spreading knowledge is not 'what we need' in my opinion.

I personally think Icke is an excellent presenter, has a good sense of humor, has educated lots and lots of people, and is not backing down. I admire him greatly.

Maybe Icke's methods aren't what you like, but a large number of people do like it and it has helped them further understand what is coming.