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  1. And I know that forum geeks are going to spam the crap out of me now but I don't care. As a creator I can tell instantly what works and what doesn't. Forums work for people who want to spend a lot of time on logistics. That is not the creative mind. When you are going to spill a creative idea, it needs to be able to flow, not spend hours searching. That's fine for detailed long term work like writing a book but it is not conducive to relationship or fundamental creative actions. Imagine trying to write a song by having to first begin your creative flow with a 2 hour computer search. Juic
  2. I think the format of these forums is endlessly frustrating. I have found more like minded people in comments sections or on fb than on any forum. Using a forum to find a relevant page and try to focus on a subject is disconnecting, not connecting. Comments under videos work far better, or a social media that is NOT facebook, where you can have your own personal page and timeline so that your comments can be on the videos but also on your own page. A combo of facebook and gootube would be ideal. I find forums dehumanizing because people are spread out over dozens or hundreds of topics which
  3. The event at Trafalgar was unfortunately not well planned, I don't know why they thought the police would leave them alone to run a protest event, and put on the boring speakers first. No. Get directly to the point, this is war, this is real, the world wants to hear David, and Andrew Kaufman, and Del Bigtree, and we didn't get to hear the others, and barely heard David. We need the protests to have generators, to get directly to the point with no meandering speakers wasting valuable air time, no big screens that can be stolen, just get the audio out there as fast as we can before the police s
  4. Forums are not live enough, not interactive enough. This is why Twitter is big and forums are for lone geeks who spend their lives on figuring out the inanities of which topic is hot right now. There are too many pages, too many topics, you can't just find what you want easily. If I go watch a David Icke video, I want to be able to make comments while I am watching it, and if the comments sections are directly under the video, then we can discuss the relevant ideas right there. Watching a video and then coming on to a forum to search around for a relevant topic is conversation killing. Da
  5. To the creators and organizers of this forum. You need to put comments sections under David's videos. This forum is frustrating as hell. Surely you can see that people want to comment directly to David, not as much to each other or to you. They want to make comments on his talks directly to him and they would really like to see brief responses from time to time. This is what youtube did that was excellent design. This forum is not functioning well because you put in a comment, maybe someone else comments on it, but there is nowhere to comment and respond directly to David like there was
  6. Dr. Zach Bush has cutting edge information beyond even what Dr. Andrew Kaufman has, and no one is hearing about it unless they know to search for it. He explains how viruses really work as communication vectors in our bodies and that the serious cause of illnesses is toxicological - Wuhan, NYC and northern Italy hit hard because of air pollution and glyphosate! Explains how it is critical to clean up agriculture before we poison ourselves completely. https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/podcast/lifestyle-podcasts/glyphosate/ I think David might want to see this before his big shows...
  7. Okay thanks, I have seen that, but all his old videos aren't on there, are they? The ones of him talking for ten hours? Cheers
  8. Just wondering if David will discuss Q at some point?
  9. Hello from western Canada! I have spent the last year watching David on youtube, especially enjoying his full talks in other countries. Now these are mostly gone, but there are some folks who obviously saved them and they are gradually being re posted, so that's great. It would be great if all those old videos would show up on Ickonic, there doesn't seem to be much on there yet. There are two things I would like to say: 1) Is David going to address Q and what is happening with that? and 2) will you ever have comments sections on your videos on your website? If it's too much to do that, wh
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