Posted by TheyLive
When people can't even spell 'David Icke' correctly it discredits their opinion.
Good to know, I do try to watch my spelling but I know it isn't always perfect and I am usually quite bad with names. Opinions are like assholes buddy, we all have one.
The idea of reptilians precedes Icke by many many years.
And the reason he was compelled to include it in his books is no laughing matter:
I am aware of the old stories and legends, I might even believe some of them but they are not exactly undeniable proof to most people. If people told Icke about the reptilians and they genuinly believe what they saw then I won't be telling them they didn't see such things because to them at least it is real, I can relate to that.
David Icke does bring up a lot of good points in this interview for the un-informed (9/11 and he mentions the bohemian grove as well). Notice how the interviewer bloke (whos name escapes me) tries to attack him because of the reptilian thing and ask yourself how he got on "This Moring Show" which is about as mainstream as it gets, in the first place. I have nothing against David Icke, he can be a good starting point for waking people up to the conspiracy. I just don't trust the guy completely, he seems a little off to me. In all fairness I don't trust anyone completely, nobody knows everything and some people are pricks, its just common sense.
Posted by memphistre
Reptilians is a narrative to use instead of jews and zionists. Doing the opposite would make him an anti-semite.
You could be right. I just want to say to you that "jews" and "zionists" are not interchangable terms. Real jews are not zionists, they believe in different Gods. There are millions of jews in the world, the secret cabal or zionists/illuminati (whatever you want to call them) are a very small minority. The zionists hide behind the jews and worship the devil. Whatever your religious views might be, that is what they believe in and they practice what they secretly preach (and they push their beliefs on us as well, subliminaly).
A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool – William Shakespear