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David Icke – The Falling Pawns On The Illuminati Chessboard.

5 Responses to David Icke – The Falling Pawns On The Illuminati Chessboard.

  1. Somoe August 9, 2012 at 3:21 pm #

    A brilliant video that totally outlines the problem we face with politics today. The duplicitous nature of our psychopathic leaders is completely revealed with regards Libya, Syria, Iran.

    It is because Gaddhafi and Ahmedinajad had the temerity to raise those key questions in the UN that it is imperative they are silenced. I fear that David is spot on when he states we in the west are living in a world of covert dictatorship under a system of fascism. I am certain that those ‘liberated’ in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya (at least those who are alive to see it) are not happy with this dish called ‘democratic freedom’ that has been served to them, that is so far from being free or democratic.

    It is very clear that publications such as Deliberation, where authors that question the official narrative of these global events are given voice, will be targeted in order to neutralise them and their ability to inform the public about what is really going on in the world. I believe the recent attempted coup was just that – a very crude attempt to discredit and besmirch Deliberation’s standing as an alternative news outlet.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 9, 2012 at 6:24 pm #

      It is a brilliant video indeed.
      No efforts are spared in silencing the likes of Gaddhafi, Ahmadinejad and other dangerous islamists like Chavez who, as Chavez put it at the UN, smell the stench of sulphur and tell the world about it.

  2. etominusipi August 9, 2012 at 5:24 pm #

    yes, a good video,

    certainly the gruesome, gratuitous scenarios of hi-tech megadeath ‘regime change’ can only be understood if we realise that the people in control of the military apparatus are psychopaths. this is a literal diagnosis, and not rhetoric, or a metaphor.

    it is noticeable that, in true Orwellian fashion, Obama’s ‘speeches’ mix empty rhetoric with statements of exactly the opposite of the truth.

    the time has come for the world to move in a new direction

    “The time has come…” RHETORIC

    has it? or has someone decided something?

    literally – i.e. astronomically, this is obvious rubbish. a planet has a complex motion, but one based on spatial cycles on various scales, it does not have a constant ‘direction’ and nor does it undergo sudden changes.

    otherwise the stale metaphor of politics as ‘moving in a direction’ is simply a meaningless slogan as we know from our intelligence-demeaning domestic ‘election’ campaigns:

    Forward with Labour
    Backwards with the Conservatives
    Sideways with the Libdems
    Downwards with the all-party ‘Friends of Israel’

    a new era of engagement based on mutual interest and mutual respect

    “a new era…” RHETORIC

    what is new about the idea of mutual interest and mutual respect?

    what is new is the global reach of the self-interest of the powerful and their total lack of respect for all humane values. the latter (lack of respect)is illustrated in the video charade – the US delegates walk out on cue as President Ahmedinejad mentions what everyone knows about 9/11. (knows ‘in their bones’, though most are still too fearful to admit it to themselves.) by walking out in this ostentatious way the US team merely admits complicity in front of the entire world.

    Obama’s four basic principles of the New World Order: (RHETORICAL BS)

    (note the MSM voiceover uses the meaningless term rooted on rather than the meaningful phrase rooted in)

    1. non-proliferation and disarmament.
    (accompanied by a rather dismissive gesture with the right thumb)

    certainly the NWO wishes to disarm truth and prevent its ‘proliferation’. but as far as weapons are concerned??? look at the spending on weapons research. look at the deployment. look at the devastation.

    2. the promotion of Peace and Security

    i have a total disconnect on this one. let it be.

    3. the preservation of our planet.

    well so far even HAARPs cannot destroy the planet and turn it into a new inner asteroid belt. otherwise there is not much preservation visible.

    4. a global economy that advances opportunity for all people.

    best word for this BS is simply a lie, a false promise

    David Icke certainly understands the deep structure, though like Alex Jones, he plays down the role of the Khazars in all of this. this tactic of partial disclosure may be justified in terms of the complex psychology of persuasion.

    however we do not need too much persuasion. that would just form the basis for a new political party, which would very quickly be assimilated into the machine. The Anti-Globalist Brotherhood. still the AGB might get some parliamentary majorities, for what that is worth. (nowt much).

    we need a population who can look behind rhetoric and distinguish truth from lies. that is why so much MSM activity is devoted to undermining and/or sidelining the very notion of truth, as well as acting in a myriad ways to suppress truths about the world we live in. that is why the ‘advertising values’ of Madison Avenue and Tel Aviv govern nearly all aspects of public political life in so-called democracies

    the NWO agenda is disgusting, in the same way that a rotting corpse is disgusting. it is a zombie, devoid of all spiritual insight. it is, metaphorically, Dr Frankenstein’s chickens come home to roost.

    i wondered about the ethnicity of Dr Frankenstein, and google came up with:

    after an interesting short discussion, the author noted:

    “Seriously, who needs Frankenstein’s Monster, when we already have The Golem?”

  3. pgg804 August 10, 2012 at 5:14 am #

    I liked the way Ahmadinejad handled George Stephanopoulos in the interview. He is a cool cookie, which I think is required for a politician in his position (under constant criticism). I personally would have liked to have reached across the table and strangle Stephanopoulos until he apologized.

    When a foreign leader orders his military to attack a foreign country, he did not personally kill anyone, but he is responsible for initiating the carnage that took place in a war. I believe media people like Stephanopoulos should be held responsible for the wars they have helped to ignite, because I believe the media as a whole is more powerful than the President of the USA. But a better example than Stephanopoulos are people like Thomas Friedman, Charles Krauthammer and Bill Kristol; and then also media owners like Rupert Murdoch. I am going to guess there are 100 people like this in the media with real power – syndicated columnists, media owners and a few others. I would not be opposed to putting these people on trial.

    The music starting around 23:30 that runs for about 3 minutes is one of my favorite pieces of music. It was composed by Klaus Doldinger and is the music for the famous submarine movie Das Boot.

  4. etominusipi August 10, 2012 at 11:16 am #

    yes, i’d already seen that interview with the revoltingly self-satisfied, smirking Stephanopoulos.

    as i mentioned in a previous post, to anyone whose discernment has not been transected by MSM brain surgery there is a world of difference between Ahmedinejad, a modest man who can think, knows the score, and has a wry humour – and the disgusting pack of strutting zio-stooge leaders like Obama, Blair, Merkel &co – brain-dead political prostitutes who kill with impunity and bring shame on the human race by their stupidity, personal ambition and fawning subservience to rogue power.