Warning from Icke
[quote]When the lizard mother ship arrives, we can look to him for advice. [/quote]
Jft29 – you cracked me up with that one.
You’re spot on – just because the guy is "right" doesn’t mean he’s Credible.
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
I’ll be the first to give a healthy apology on the off chance this guy isn’t totally off the hinge.
Until then, I’ll remain both peaceful, and skeptical.
We used to have two Chinese Water Dragons (Physignathus Cocicinus) as pets – Chaucer and Pung.
They died after 10 years – I wonder if one of the ruling princes of the Lizard people is buried beneath the holly tree in the backyard?
I’m sorry, I don’t know how anyone can take this guy seriously.
The people who will be rioting are not people that put a lot of thoughts into the process. I’m from LA, you know home of the Watts riots, Rodney King riots. There will be a lot of frustration, then a spark, then wham! A riot. I dont think you can wave a finger at that crowd and warn them not to riot, if there is enough anger out there. If there is widespread misery for whatever reason, I don’t think you need any agents to provoke that type of event.
Its a shame that the message somehow got lost in derision of the messenger. Just wondering if anyone here has actually read any of David Icke’s books?
Everything you never wanted to know about reptilians, I think I’ve seen some of them on Star Trek and since they don’t like humans and are in charge of the Earth it’s no wonder things are so screwed up. 😉
I agree with what Icke said in the first post but I think it was Robin Williams in one routine where he said something along these lines, " You know when you see some person on TV who you think is really intelligent and has very insightful ideas and you are just beginning to admire them when they spoil it all by saying something like "and we should also strike the letter "M" from the english alphabet""
It doesn’t help when the author discredits himself with preposterous claims about lizard-human hybrids. Any possible good message got lost in the foolishness. I felt like I was watching outtakes from Crocodile Hunter.
Crikey!!! – look at the Armani suit that Komodo Dragon is wearing on his way to the Fed Meeting. What a snappy dresser!!!
Icke aside – seems we all agree that rioting would not be a good idea – I think Ghandi was far more effective than most or all violent revolutions. So the key is how to spread the meme of "DNR" (do not riot)?
Maybe someone could do a cool Youtube video?
So the key is how to spread the meme of "DNR" (do not riot)?
I like the "DNR" idea. It’s brief and memorable.
This may be a product of my overactive imagination, but there’s also this: in peaceful rallies, "DNR" would lend itself well to crowd chanting. So, if we could plant the DNR concept in people’s minds, it would be easy enough for a small group of cooler heads to remind a large crowd of the need for self control by starting the chant, D . . .N. . . .R.
[quote]Persisting in hijacking this forum to make adolescent jokes is just plain rude. [/quote]
Which is what happens when you combine serious topics with diabolical plots centered around our scaly, clandestine handlers. Perhaps he should keep the two seperate.
One of my friends that I consider to be much smarter than I, a programmer, in convinced that aliens bred us a long time ago for the sole purpose of using humans as slave labor to mine gold. As far as I have been able to extract from my pal, they took most of it already, because the metal I guess far more useful for space travel than a store of monetary value.