David Icke seems to be what fellow Brit Steven Morrissey would call a “charming man.” After declaring himself the “son of god” on television, apparently Icke became the laughingstock of England. David Icke, however, would have the last laugh when he would later gain a larger following of individuals that believe his theories of Reptilian humanoids known as the Babylonian Brotherhood are a global elite that happen to control everything we hear and see. Apparently, many of these reptilians also happen to be Jewish thus resulting in a negative backlash from Jewish groups like the slimy ADL and annoying turds like the ARA. What these people do not realize is that people like David Icke help to discredit “anti-Semitic conspiracies” by talking about people being reptilians. Apparently, the reptilians have a resemblance to the anti-Jew propaganda that used to be so prominent in Eastern Europe. Maybe it’s the nose?
Despite not really believing in Icke’s message, I do have respect for what he is doing. David Icke seems to really believe in something and it has given his life some meaning since his soccer career was cut short. Plus despite their sci-fi elements, Icke’s conspiracy theories are most likely more credible than any of Michael Moore’s documentaries. The annoying and loudmouthed Texan Alex Jones seems to have some beef with David Icke as the documentary reveals. Jones referred to David Icke as a ‘turd in a punch bowl.’ According to Alex Jones, the Arabs own Hollywood. I am assuming that Mr. Jones only watches DVDs of himself. Or maybe his Zionist wife told him about how these evil terrorist Arabs run Hollywood? It is believed that a lot of Alex Jones' anger comes from the fact that he has found it nearly impossible to get Israeli citizenship as he would complain about it in his radio show. Having a Kosher wife and children still makes it hard for a goy to get citizenship. Only the chosen amongst god’s chosen have that privilege.
The climax of David Icke: The Lizards and the Jews occurs when a group of anti-anti-Semites decide they are going to throw a pie at Icke when he speaks. Talk about rebellious and subversive, these soldiers of the rainbow really know how to make progress with being progressive. Unfortunately, the limp wristed fellow that throws the pie misses and ruins a bunch of innocent children’s books. They also end up making asses of themselves by dressing up in Lizard suits and yelling at Icke that he is “Anti-Semitic.” After their failed mission, the group of goodhearted anti-fascists brag about their attack. They also claimed to have seen real-life Nazis with swastika and SS bolt tattoos. Surprisingly, no Neo-Nazis or skinheads are seen in the documentary footage as the activists claim to have seen. One of the anti-fascists, who also happens to be one of those stereotypical shaved head bull dyke lesbians, also states that most of David Icke’s fans seem to be “rich white people.” I thought according to progressive types, stereotyping is bad?
After watching David Icke: The Lizards and the Jews, I may read one of Icke’s books for the hell of it. Icke may not be the son of God, but he seems to piss off anti-fascists just as much as Jesus. The journalist who follows David Icke in the documentary, Jon Ronson, also seems to grow to like Icke as the documentary progresses. What’s not to like about a father who plays soccer with his son and tells his kids that evil reptile humanoids rule the earth?