February 2009 - In this documentary
soaked in humor, we meet well-known author
and lecturer David Icke and his opponents
during some rather hilarious events.
Icke, well-known author and lecturer based
in the UK. In the 1980's, he was a presenter
of sport news at the BBC until he found
himself in the middle of some mystical New
Age experience which put an end to his
career. When he subsequently went on the
popular "Wogan" talk show claiming
he was the "son of God", David
Icke became a popular subject of jokes.
subsequently developed his New Age
experience with a rather extensive research
into Mystery Babylon which led him to come
to remarkable conclusions.
He was able
to trace back the bloodlines of the ruling
elite to the times of ancient Sumeria, when
Nimrod founded Babylon. David Icke met with
mind control victims and African teachers
who told him about the reptilian nature of
this ruling elite.
compare David Icke's research with the
teaching of old by the prophets Enoch and
others, you will find that the conclusions
are not so far away from each other even
though there is an unbridgeable gap between
the teachings of David Icke and that of the
to David Icke, the evil ones which the Bible
describes as the Serpent Seed are a type of
species from somewhere else in the universe
that came to earth a long time ago.
According to the ancient prophets, these
Watchers are fallen beings that come from a
stands, is the fact that there is indeed a
ruling elite that has a bloodline which is
not human in the sense of them being
descendants of Adam and Eve. This is a
message that you can also read in the Bible.
stands, is the fact that there are many
theories concerning the Serpent Seed. Some
claim that they are the black people, or the
Jews, or the white people, or any other kind
of people. Racist theories that want to give
themselves a Christian sauce, such as the
Christian Identity Movement, make a grateful
use of the fact that there is not much known
concerning the Serpent Seed and so they come
up with all kinds of outrageous teachings.
on top of that, is the fact that David Icke
does hit the nail on the head on many
occasions. Much to the chagrin of Mystery
Babylon, he does wake up masses of people to
the fact that Mystery Babylon is a reality
and most people are her slaves.
And so, the
establishment does everything it can to
silence David Icke.
is about a really pathetic way, David Icke
was attacked on a visit he did in Canada.
British film maker Ron Johnson accompanies
the lecturer and also goes to the ones who
try to stop him. And this is where things
get rather funny.
We see, how
people will claim that David Icke is an
anti-Semite. They do so, because they say
that whenever David Icke mentions
"lizards", he really means
"Jews". A pathetic kind of
paranoia that seems to be taken seriously
still by the ones who try to stop David Icke.
into Radio Stations and Book Shops to stop
David Icke from promoting his works, and
they are rather successful at start. Until
the tide turns...
good laugh with this documentary that could
only be created in the UK. Ron Johnson has a
great sense of humor, as he addresses rather
serious topics in his own way.