Channelling David Icke.

Discussion (29)¬

  1. tinkling think says:

    [Author, panel two has a superfluous “and”just before”is paranoid”].

    Of course it isn’t “the Jews” who are The New Worlds Order. It is the hybrid lizard-human, Atlantean Priest Kings from Lemuria directing the entire cosmos from their Martian-Lunar bases at the core of the Earth in the tunnels under Tibet at the Hole in The Pole.

    Everyone knows that!

    [Also, apologies for the duplicate post a few days back. It was the fault of the Zetans. They transfigured my “at” into a double quote. It was obviously part of a hidden, secret, coded message to their fellow Turquoises.]

  2. Author says:

    Thanks for the proof-read, tt. Fixed it now.

  3. tinkling think says:

    The major clue is in Joe’s story. The poor, cuckolded Jew was the fall-guy, the patsy, the lower-echelon minion taking the blame for the Alien-Human Hybrid. That is how it always works. They secretly run the world through an organised cabal of Zetan-Ophiuchan Illuminati and the poor jewish folk get blamed.

  4. tinkling think says:

    Author, that was quick. uhhmm, you couldn’t insert a “” after the “They” in my second bit of arrant nonsense could you?

    The lizard-hybrids stole the one I sent. Probably more coded, secret, hidden, stenographic messages to their Jovian Homebase at Sirius.

  5. Mr Yan says:

    Or the Labour party in the UK…

  6. Trevor H says:


    The link in the email takes you to /scheme

    I had to copy the text, not use the link 😀

  7. Jesus F Iscariot says:

    Now world domination is the agenda of Trumpian Christists.
    Take this bleach and drink, for this is my blood. Exterminate the atheists and Wuhanites.
    May “whatever” have mercy on us all.

  8. Richard Harris says:

    I’m sorry, but what is the connection with Icke? I don’t know much about him, other than hearing that he’s cuckoo.

  9. Laripu says:

    More icky Icke:

    The more important thing is how this shït is received. When dim people already have a notion of Jews as Christ-killers, then Jews as bubonic plague well-poisoners and COVID-19 pandemic creators becomes less far-fetched to them.

    People who make their living by spreading stupid conspiracy theory books know this and profit from it.

    When I was a child, 10 or so, I was occasionally beaten up for killing Christ. I definitely fought back, gave as good as I got, but it was always hard to come home and tell my parents that I’d broken my glasses … again. They were ex WWII refugees, with little money. Definitely not Rothschilds.

  10. Alaric says:

    Don’t be fooled by TinklingThing guys. The real enemy is the Peoples Front Of Judea.

  11. Thanny says:

    Mo is a Semite, so calling him anti-semitic doesn’t make a lot of sense.

  12. Author says:

    Thanny, I was going to drop the antisemitism theme next week, but I might do one more just to make fun of this argument.

  13. jb says:

    There is no reason a Semite (whether Arab or Jew) can’t be antisemitic. Just like there is no reason a white person can’t be anti-white, or a black person can’t be anti-black. Nothing stops a person from irrationally hating a group that they belong to. (Or rationally hating it for that matter. Hmm…, let’s just say hating it for any reason, good or bad).

  14. samhuff96 says:

    RE: Lripu According to the Gospels, it was the Italians who killed Jesus. It was (according to the story) Roman soldiers who nailed him. They may have been German mercenaries, which is where some folks believe he got those baby blues and blond hair, but everybody nose that just a canard. (Why a duck?)

    That’s why the seat of the Church is in Rome.

  15. Someone says:

    The many denominations of Christianity could be seen as prime example of believers hating their own religion, so much so that they choose the “truth” they like. And view the other variants with either open disdain or passive aggression.
    It’s easier for zealots to find a scapegoat and stick to a baseless opinion than apply more open and intelligent thought.

  16. tinkling think says:

    Samhuff96, “canard” is French for “duck”. They use it to mean a hoax, lie or other misleading statement. They do this because they are French and don’t know any better. “Canard” has passed into English the same way seventy-seven million other words did, English stole it.

    The French use all sorts of strange terms for all sorts of things. They call friends and relatives “ma petite chou”, which translates as “my little female cabbage”.

    I blame the Reptiloid Lemurian-Atlantean Priest-Kings for this. They didn’t teach English to the French so the French had to make up their own tongue. This may have been connected to them being Japhetites and thus excluded from the Great Orion-Reticulan Hegemony.

    Just as a historical back-story, I had duck-in-plum-sauce a few days ago. It was very nice. Very tasty. Easy to make, too.

  17. tinkling think says:

    Author, thank you. You’re nice. Funny, too, but definitely nice. 🙂

  18. Son of Glenner says:

    Why is tinkling think sucking up to Author so blatantly? I smell a conspiracy of some kind!

  19. M27Holts says:

    Nah…the reptilian shape changing Lords of the Knights Templar are mere is the Jaffa cake munchkins lord of mcvities and supreme universal buscuit who is to blame…

  20. jb says:

    I was unfamiliar with David Icke until I ran into a big thick book of his (this one, I think) in the house of someone who seemed to be a sensible person, but whose daughter (who I did not have the pleasure of meeting) was a huge fan. So I picked it up with an open mind.

    It was truly astonishing! You might think that it would be hard to top shape-shifting reptilian overlords in terms of creative lunacy, but the book was like that all the way through, one jaw-droppingly insane and totally unsupported assertion after another. For example, the sun is obviously not powered by nuclear fusion, like the scientists say. No, any fool can look at it and see that it is absorbing “universal electricity” from the cosmos and reemiting it as light! And then two pages later it was on to something else. In addition, the book was full of illustrations that had clearly been ripped off from from unrelated sources on the internet somewhere and recaptioned, and a huge number of bizarre memes. Hundreds and hundreds of pages of this! I have to acknowledge that it was an impressive performance — I certainly would never be able to match it. Yet he churns out a book like this every other year or so! (Interestingly though, he doesn’t seem to sell that many, at least not through Amazon).

    Anyway, if you want to feel the crazy for yourself, click on “Look inside” on the Amazon page I linked to. I highly recommend it!

  21. jb says:

    Oops, I linked to the wrong book. This one has the “Look inside” link. (I miss the edit plug-in — any chance of getting it back?)

  22. M27Holts says:

    The reviewers were mostly american and all clearly gullible fook wits…Icke is a charlatan guru like all the creators of batshit religions….humanity is fooked…

  23. Chuck says:

    I can’t really recommend reading anything by David Icke. While mental illness can’t be transmitted from one person to another, exposure to this level of it will have some effect on your psyche. And, if you already have a predisposition to mental illness, reading Icke would be like bouncing up and down on a weakened board in the hull of a lifeboat in the middle of the ocean.

  24. ego says:


    “While mental illness can’t be transmitted from one person to another…” speaking only for myself (and not a mental health professional or anything adjacent) i would suggest that religion is precisely a communicable psychosis.

    shifting shamelessly from snark to holier-than-thou might i ask the Community to be a little more focused with their disparagement? whole strata of mental illness sufferers receive more abuse from their fellow man than they inflict.

  25. postdoggerel says:

    Ego, I disagree. Insanity is hereditary. You get it from your kids.

  26. a.h.f. says:

    Muhammad was poisoned by a Jewish woman from an allied clan. According to tradition later Muhammad blamed her for making him sick before he died.


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