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  1. Maybe there's no need for them to. https://davidicke.com/2022/09/28/new-anti-globalist-italian-prime-minister-meloni-supports-digital-ids-backs-cult-puppet-zelensky-and-is-a-member-of-the-cults-rockefeller-funded-aspen-institute-how-very-anti-globalist/
  2. I agree with many of the points made in the video, but I'm put off by the narrator Peter Hammond implying that you have to defend the "Old Order" if you want to oppose the NWO (David Icke doesn't want a return to the Old Order either btw). It's also ironic that Hammond opposes globalism while supporting Christianity which is itself a globalist religion.
  3. I'm not saying there's a lynch mob mentality on this forum or even that it's prevalent in the field of conspiracy research. Just that it's a danger that should be guarded against.
  4. I too tend to trust David Icke (I'm still not sure about the reptilian stuff though). What's been happening this year with lockdowns and Covid has brought it into sharper focus. I remember during the first lockdown in spring there were brief moments when I felt panicky and I thought, "The lunatics have finally done it. They've brought in their new world order and this is what it feels like. If this is how things are going to be from now on, I'm not sure I want to be here." As for Bill Gates, I don't really "feel" anything when I see him speaking. There doesn't seem to be anything coming from him for me to "feel". Maybe that in itself should ring alarm bells. But I will look into the stuff about him and India and Africa.
  5. I agree. Doing extensive research on any topic can be bloody hard work, and a lot of people (myself often included) don't have the required mental discipline for that. I just get a bit worried that there is sometimes a "lynch mob" mentality in the conspiracy field, and there are people who will think Bill Gates (or whoever we're talking about) is evil because David Icke says so or because Kate Shemirani says so or because this or that conspiracy researcher/theorist says so. I just think we should be on our guard against that tendency.
  6. I was just making a general point about people not always following their parents' ways. I went a bit off-topic!
  7. Sometimes it does. Some people reject everything their parents stand for.
  8. Can't condemn a man because of who his father was.
  9. Can't condemn a man because of who his father was.
  10. In reference to Basket Case's post, for Bill Gates to go to jail it would still have to be shown beyond reasonable doubt that he knowingly or recklessly killed, maimed and crippled thousands of Indian and African children. But if we're talking about balance of probabilities in a civil case it's a different matter.
  11. If this has been the result of his actions, can we be reasonably sure that he did this knowingly and/or recklessly?
  12. I have no intention of being vaccinated. And if talking is over, why are you on a discussion forum?
  13. Well this is the David Icke Forum, and David Icke has clearly stated that he thinks Bill Gates is a sociopath and should be in jail for crimes against humanity. No ambiguity there. And as I clearly stated, I haven't researched Bill Gates extensively. No need for you to go on the attack. We're just discussing. This isn't a battle.
  14. jStupid people don't like Lisa Simpson because she's mentally very fit. It's upside down to say intelligent people are mentally ill. Jesus you don't half jump to conclusions! First you say I adore Bill Gates and now you imply that I'm saying intelligence is a sign of mental illness, when I didn't say either of those things. Intelligent people may or may not be mentally ill, just as non-intelligent people may or may not be mentally ill. Does the word "nuance" mean anything to you?
  15. Where did I ever say (or even imply) that I adore Bill Gates?
  16. Well whether autism is a "mental disorder" or not is somewhat subjective. The point is that people who are high-functioning autistic (or close to being so) are often intellectually advanced but lacking in social intuition and common sense. I consider myself to be a geek by the way, so it's not like I see it as a criticism.
  17. David Icke and many in the field of conspiracy research seem to think that Bill Gates is a sociopath. Indeed, Icke has said that Bill Gates "belongs in jail for crimes against humanity." I must admit I haven't researched much about Bill Gates, his life or his "agenda". I only know that he is one of the world's richest people, and that conspiracy researchers/theorists don't like him because he has a plan to "vaccinate the world's population" and that these vaccines will allegedly contain microchips "to control people". From what I've seen of Bill Gates in videos etc (and I admit what I've seen isn't extensive), he comes across as the archetypal nerd. People known as nerds or geeks are often on or near the high-functioning end of the autistic spectrum. Narcissism, obsessiveness and an impaired sense of empathy are features of this, as is an "over-emphasis" on logic. HOWEVER, this does not mean that people on (or near - the cut-off point is somewhat arbitrary) the autistic spectrum have narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) or that they have zero empathy. Empathy is impaired but not absent, and people can be narcissistic without it being extreme enough to warrant a diagnosis of NPD. My basic point is this: Whether we agree with Bill Gates or not, and even if his plans would be disastrous for humanity if carried out, by calling him a sociopath and saying he should be in jail for "crimes against humanity", are we demonising a well-meaning nerd?
  18. Nice to see a Democrat/liberal standing up to the NWO. The anti-NWO cause is so often associated with conservatives and the right.
  19. Satanists "hijacked" the Summer Solstice from paganism. Religious appropriation!
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