Friday, November 13, 2009



Alex Jones is mad to associate with David Icke.

David Icke has been a professional football player and BBC television sports presenter. (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

In 1990, Icke claims he received a message from the spirit world through a medium called Betty Shine [7]

"The brutal reality, according to some conflicting accounts however, is that Icke got a personal assistant pregnant whilst on holiday, and split with his family.

"The public outcry drove Icke into the very fringes of conspiriology subcultures." (disinformation david icke)

In 1991, in an interview on the BBC's Terry Wogan show, Icke announced that he was "the son of God." [14][7]

Icke believes that the world is ruled by a secret group of reptilian humanoids.

He believes that many top people are reptilians, including George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II, Kris Kristofferson, and Boxcar Willie.

(Ronson, Jon. Beset by lizards, The Guardian, March 17, 200O1)


Icke writes that: "A pyramidal structure of human beings has been created under the influence and design of the extraterrestrial Prison Warders and their overall master, the Luciferic Consciousness.

"They control the human clique at the top of the pyramid, which I have dubbed the Global Elite."[19]

In 1999, Icke identified the extraterrestrial prison warders as reptilians from the constellation Draco.[23]

They appear to be human, living not only on the planets they come from, but also in caverns and tunnels under the earth.

They have cross-bred with humans, which has created "hybrids" who are "possessed" by the full-blooded reptilians.[24] The reptiles' hybrid reptilian-human DNA allows them to change from reptilian to human form if they consume human blood.

Jim Keith, in a review of Icke's 'The Biggest Secret', argues that (david icke):

1. Icke lacks the skills required to discriminate between credible and delusional sources.

2. Icke copies various anecdotes, without providing sources and careful criticism.

Icke may be the victim of mental illness, or mind control?

Icke may be a disinformation agent?

How do disinformation agents work?

They try to:

1. become the main spokespersons for the 9 11 movement on TV and at public meetings

2. cause divisions within the 9 11 movement

3. create red-herrings

4. eventually reveal themselves as mad, over the top fantasists.



Penny said...

I never know quite what to make of David Icke, so this is interesting....

I generally stay away from him on my blog, for that reason.

What I always say about David Icke, he is nothing if not interesting.....

But, then Alex Jones?
I can take him, I can leave him.
Ya know what I mean?

Edo said...

hmmmm, I think Icke and Jones are cut from the same cloth.

Both have an uncanny ability to mix truth with the ludicrous; both men are at the peak of their conspiratorial earning ability; both men have a large, dedicated following...

and I take both with a large dose of salt...

That said, AJ did do a good job with "Fall of Republic", and Icke, well, fruity as he is, I do kinda like him!

No Remorse said...

Alex Jones is equally is ridiculous.

hjprice said...

I really enjoy the aangirfan blog but ... Alex Jones??. Purrrleassse. Here is a link to a site run by someone who was a fan but learned the hard cold truth about the "Infowrestler":

And I'll leave it there cos he really gets my blood boiling (and not in a good way).

As for Icke. I don't know. I know he talks nonsense but I still kind of like him ... and he did used to commentate on things like Snooker and stuff on the telly when I was a kid so ... maybe he's not all bad ... :-D

Anyway keep up the good work ... but please stay away from AJ ... I beg you ... :-)

hjprice, christchurch, new zealand

McGonagall said...

It's all just entertainment.

Franz said...

Just an oddity -- I've comparted notes with other online bookdealers and they have the same experience as me, which is that David Icke's books are read by tons of people in the US prison system.

Whether they're budding revolutionaries or what I don't know. Despite wardens confiscating their incoming parcels and tons of other things, they keep buying them. Jones is totally an internet phenom, but Icke actually does break through. Whether that's good or not I can't really say but in those places he is known, David Icke is incredibly popular.

nobody said...

Both of them have their moments. But that's the point of disinfo - most of it is true. The ticket is to leave out the key protagonists. Which protagonists do these two leave out? Um, no prizes for guessing since it's way too easy.

But I'll give you a clue - Jones says Hollywood is owned and run by Arabs.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. C'mon, that's funny isn't it?

hubris said...

have nwo idea WHO Icke is working for but the fact is he provides some very solid info on the influence of banking cartels and on the nature of ‘the system’. He then ruins it all by flipping into “The Reptiles are coming to get you”-mode.

Almost all of his info about banks and ‘the system’ can be documented and verified. NONE of the ‘info’ about Reptiles is ever backed up by any documentary evidence. I have seen him interview a number of people who claim to have first hand knowledge of these reptiles and their power yet I have never seen him provide ANY valid documentary info relating to who the interviewees are or how they would be in a position to have witnessed these reptilian transformations, nor has he ever managed to validate these peoples claims. In effect he has given no reason as to why we should believe these people. This is curious and very inconsistent in light of that fact that all but the reptilian claims can be verified.

His job is ‘to poison the well’ – Just like that moron Alex Jones.

‘Well poisoners’ both of them

Jones’ Bohemian Grove ‘expose’ was laughably pathetic. Not a single piece of ‘evidence’ was contained in the whole ‘documentary'. All we saw was some bad camera footage of some upper middle class people gathering together at a woodland camp. He claimed to have footage of a nefarious ceremony called ‘The cremation of care’ yet absolutely NOTHING of any incriminating nature was contained in the footage.

In the end a skeptical person would have to conclude that it was ‘much ado about nothing’ despite Jones’ ridiculously hyperbolic rhetoric

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