David Icke is a controversial figure no doubt, a radical thinker that is not restricted by normal conventions or ideas. He has endured and emerged as probably the most notable figure of the so-called conspiracy movement. TBH I have not read any Icke myself first-hand and I was always a little dubious having heard much ridicule about him from the MSM and his “Lizard theories”. But in 2009 I went to Stonehenge for the Solstice. The day after I went with some friends to Avebury a huge stone circlenear to StoneHenge. It was about midday, as we walked around the circle we head a distinctive voice and saw a group of people gathered around a figure, David Icke was being filmed and giving a open talk within the stone circle. We sat and listened. He is frankly – quite impressive. He has a charisma about him that is quite remarkable, definitely a very spiritual person. I enjoyed his talk greatly and after that I was convinced he is a genuine guy. Doing what he was doing because he was driven to not for money or fame, because he had quite a bit of ridicule along the way. But because he was driven to ask these questions because of his own search for truth, and a desire to share that truth with all. I am not saying that he has all the answers, and he is not saying that, or claiming he has. But he is asking many good questions, and coming with some very interesting answers along the way.
The following brand new documentary is a fascinating look into his life and work….and I recommend it for deLiberation…
In Part Two, Icke explains what the global cabal of paedophile aliens has to do with Stanley Kubrick and Bill Clinton
Photos of David Icke at Avebury 2009
But despite their vast resources and a favorable environment created by George W Bush’s Middle East crusade following the September 11 attacks, the moderate Arabs did not fare so well in their confrontation with the resistance camp.
The other approach, in which Paris in particular led the way, was to lure Syria out of its alliance with Iran into the Western camp, using various diplomatic and economic incentives. Removing Syria from the equation, they calculated, would represent a devastating blow to the resistance axis by depriving Iran of its key Arab ally.
And as has been revealed recently by Hezbollah’s secretary general Hassan Nasrallah, Syria played a critical role in supplying both the Lebanese and Palestinian resistance groups with the kind of weapons (medium-range missiles and armor-piercing rockets) that made all the difference, particularly in the July War. To much of the public’s surprise, these weapons were made or modified in Syria, and Damascus was not merely a transit point as many had thought.
Bilal El-Amine is an editor at Al-Akhbar English.
The views expressed by the author do not necessarily reflect Al-Akhbar’s editorial policy.
It was Monday that Press TV first asked Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s office for a condemnation of the kidnapping in Syria by the Free Syrian Army. On Tuesday — it was made official — as Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Ali Akbar Salehi formally requested Ban’s help in resolving the crisis.
While many are wrapping themselves in the Palestinian rights flag, most of them represent in fact different agendas they are pursuing, which have one thing in common: they are anti-Islamic.
Whom can we, Palestinians, trust? We see our brothers and sisters in Syria being butchered by a murderous tyrant who orders his army of thugs to rape women, kill children, and massacre civilians.
Israel and NATO may or may not truly wish to see the tyrant go but that should not blind us to the Truth: we should accept support from whomever helps the freedom fighters liberate Syria and bring back true Islam to its people.
I am a Palestinian activist and a respected writer, as can be seen here, and here, and here (links pending), who has suffered in Israeli jails for my activities, but I say this:
I would rather live under Israeli occupation than under the power of Hezbollah and its anti-Islam, false Islam deviationists, sectarian rapists and murderers who call themselves shias.
Those who keep talking about “Israel” and “jews” — whether they are deluded muslims, anti-semites or self-obsessed jews, are trying to divert our attention from the real danger: the war on Islam going on in the world, waged by deviationists.
Palestinians are muslims first, sunnis — and therefore true muslims — and last. “Palestine” denotes just a meaningless geographical division of Islam.
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“Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery” comes with lots of exceptions: persiflage, satire, irony, sarcasm, all turn imitation on its head.
The above piece is an exercise in “khalidism” that summarizes some of the main characteristics of a piece of writing whose goal is to promote the Israel-NATO agenda using sectarian hatred as a method. The main features are:
1. A deceiving title: the subject is most definitely not Palestinian rights, yet the piece might register in many places as “pro-Palestinian.”
2. False information about the nature of the bloodshed in Syria and its perpetrators, using the handy model of the propaganda disseminated on Libya.
3. Support for NATO’s aggression on Syria under the guise of humanitarian concern.
4. Sectarian hate used to create a poisoned split between sunnis and shias.
5. Deflection of criticism of Israel.
6. Last, and most important, a covert but unmistakable denial of Palestinian rights, deceptively called for in the title.
The bullet points are easy enough to master even for a barely articulate writer.
Add to the mix a vitriolic, invective-filled attack on any critics, masquerading as righteous indignation.
Above all, remember this, “respected Palestinian activists”: Nothing about Palestine!
As unlikely as it may seem in the throes of an increasingly vicious national election, U.S. Republicans and Democrats appear to be in agreement on providing a major stimulant to the economy – the elections themselves. Now that corporations are properly recognized as people and money as free speech, the coffers of both parties are filled to overflowing.
I was having a drink with a corporation the other day, and she explained. (Disclosure: I had left my free speech in my other purse, so she paid the bill.) “Our new ability to spend as much as we want to buy elections means that this can be a major source of economic activity. This year’s election will hit a new record for campaign contributions, which translates into jobs for loyal campaign workers and income for a variety of friendly businesses and corporations, which then means more campaign contributions from the same folks.”
“But won’t that skew the elections?” I asked.
“Not at all,” she replied. “We corporations fund both parties. Believe me, you don’t want anyone getting into office who’s not beholden to you. And the campaigns will spend billions letting the people decide which of our chosen candidates gets elected. It’s a great American democratic tradition. But that’s not all. We managed to bring Republicans and Democrats together on a budget agreement, as well.”
“Sounds like a miracle. How is that possible?”
“The Republicans want to avoid new taxes while the Democrats want a bigger budget. As with everything else, corporations are the solution. We simply found a way for them both to have their cake and eat it, too.
“The answer was for the government to offer naming rights to government agencies, the same as sports stadiums. This will provide a major new source of income. We are looking forward to the Lockheed Martin Department of Defense, the Monsanto Department of Agriculture, the Clear Channel Federal Communications Commission, the Goldman, Sachs Treasury Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, the International Pancake House of Representatives and many more. The possibilities are endless.
“In fact, we believe that this solution may be applicable to many other needs in our society. Already, some enterprising individuals are offering advertising space on their cars and houses. Tatoos are an untapped display system, as are personal names. I’ve always wanted to name my kid Ace Hardware, but then, I’m a corporation.
“The point is that there are imaginative ways that needy folks and institutions can sell themselves to corporations. Do you know how many churches are barely getting by? Corporations can help, and with the new names, the worship services will more accurately reflect our society’s priorities.”