i agree,with ...your observations.
also,i find it,rather strange`for someone...who has been
nasty effects,of.....`watching to much tv.....who then encourages
to tune into...big gob tv..[see logo]..which is on air 10.hours.?
AND......then....their` is the money...which their NEVER,seems to
IF...it takes off.?..i predict..it will be...PAY TO VIEW.
Good old "David Yikes!" (as I now call him)
Yikes they're doing this ... Yikes they're doing this ... Doom
Gloom Doom Gloom ... now its time for an interval and to play us
through is my Son and his band with their new record "I am the
doomsayer@" available on the new CD which can bought in the Foyer
for just £10
You get the picture!
Yes, these people do like the sound of their
own voices. :-)
So ... I'm not the only one ... am I?
(There are now only 83 people on this list, because Mark
Windows asked to be removed. That was not a real surprise)
Mark criticised me for "not finding out the facts, first of all".
Here was my response:
My opinions are actually based on DIRECT FACTS.
The DIRECT FACT the David PERSONALLY DISMISSED ME, Lawful
Rebellion, and The Common Law in 2009.
And nothing I've seen in his doom & gloom headlines &
output has led me to believe that his view has changed.
Furthermore, I was in reasonably close contact with his long-term
friend, Justin Walker, for about four years. In that time Justin
tried to persuade Icke about Lawful Rebellion etc ... all
to no avail.
It's David Icke's livelihood ... ... and that much
is patently obvious.
I can take you off my list any time you want.
BTW & FWIW: It now also seems to have become the livelihood of
his elder son, Gareth - by constantly swooning over, and plugging,
Gareth's records - and his younger son, Jamie (now David's Tour
I also know a gentleman by the name of Ray Moore. Who is Ray Moore?
The guy who arranged all of David Icke's Presentation Venues when
David first started up (back in the 1990s).
After all that long-term loyalty ... blood, sweat, tears - Icke then
'binned' Ray (one fine day), in favour of his son, Jamie.
And so the 'doom & gloom' bandwaggon rolls on.