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Renegade is not only for "Ickettes" but I do wonder just how many Blue-Pill People will get a chance to see and appreciate it. I've hitherto seen it twice and my favorite moment remains the tour that Mr. Icke gives aboard a bus.

 

Renegade is a perfect mix of biography and fairly recent footage of Mr. Icke on a speaking tour. Mentioned is how his website is blocked in various secular indoctrination centers where people attend to pass the time. I wasn't aware of this. That some of his speaking events end up getting cancelled due to public or media pressure is a shame.

 

The encouraging Zagreb, Croatia sequence was interesting, as was Mr. Icke's recounting of his mystical experiences in and around the time of his meeting Betty Shine, psychic and authoress. What the nonhuman intelligence that spoke through Shine communicated in regard to Mr. Icke was of interest -- of how Icke would go onto face much opposition but how they would be a constant means of strength and support to him throughout it all.

 

We get to see a quieter, more laidback side of Mr. Icke, perhaps no better captured than in the moments he shares with a friend of his who lives in a scenic region of California.

 

As Renegade comes to a close, the present technological path society is on is given brief commentary; how things like VR are the stepping stones towards a transhuman dystopian future, which the unelected technocrats of the world are inching their way toward. Liberty is what's at stake. In the moment that has Mr. Icke shouting freedom, it makes you wonder how anyone, not of the One Percent, would not at least want to listen more to what this voice in the wilderness has to say.

 

I was quite enthused about wanting to see Renegade when I first learned of it and am looking forward to one day watching it again.

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27 minutes ago, Hegel Schmegel said:

Renegade is not only for "Ickettes" but I do wonder just how many Blue-Pill People will get a chance to see and appreciate it.

 

You certainly type up a pro review. Got a knack for it. I'll search it out. I thought the interview on Anything goes with James English called David Icke Tells All was particularly good. It's what reignited my interest and why I joined the forum as I agreed with so much. David goes quite deeply into the how it all began in that interview.

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I went to the premiere in manchester at the hilton and it was totally spoiled for me by two clowns who sat next to me and just wouldnt shut up yakking (i think they had been at the powdah and a bit too much ale beforehand) in the end i could hold it in no longer and exclaimed rather too loudly FOR FUCKS SAKE GIVE IT A REST which worked but they accused me of being an anarchist !  i really ough to rewatch it without the distractions

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On 7/29/2020 at 4:19 PM, Apophis 2029 said:

Just watched renegade which was a quite brilliant film. 

 

Didnt realise Simon Dolan actually co-produced this film with David.  Interesting .

 

wew know what work hes doing to attack our shitty government. So kudos to both 

 

 

This may be common knowledge to others here so I apologise for my ignorance if it is. But does anybody know if, for a fact, Simon Dolan of Keep Britain Free was the Executive Producer of Renegade?

 

A couple of web pages I have found suggest that it is one and the same man.

 

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5319465/

https://scramnews.com/legal-case-launched-against-government-challenge-uk-coronavirus-lockdown/

 

But search results also inevitably brought up Wikipedia's Simon Dolan page. On the search results page itself, I found that there is a reference to Renegade but, when I then visited the actual Wikipedia page, there wasn't any mention of it. So I looked through the history tab to see if Renegade had formerly been mentioned and now removed. Lo and behold it was!

 

9th April 2020 – there is still a clear reference to Simon Dolan being an Executive Producer of Renegade.

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Simon_Dolan&oldid=949961503

 

image.png.cebd16dfea8605fe5fcfb98f4549d8e3.png

 

1st May 2020 onwards – the reference has gone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Simon_Dolan&oldid=954323067

 

image.png.185872b77fad0295ca0bdfc782ad4494.png

I can think of two reasons why this has been removed and would welcome any thoughts:

  • It was an error and it was in fact a different person called Simon Dolan who was an Executive Producer of Renegade.

OR

  • Simon Dolan of KBF was the aforementioned Producer but the association was removed from view. (The timing of this coincides with the start of the judicial review proceedings).

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9 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

This may be common knowledge to others here so I apologise for my ignorance if it is. But does anybody know if, for a fact, Simon Dolan of Keep Britain Free was the Executive Producer of Renegade?

A couple of web pages I have found suggest that it is one and the same man.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm5319465/

https://scramnews.com/legal-case-launched-against-government-challenge-uk-coronavirus-lockdown/

But search results also inevitably brought up Wikipedia's Simon Dolan page. On the search results page itself, I found that there is a reference to Renegade but, when I then visited the actual Wikipedia page, there wasn't any mention of it. So I looked through the history tab to see if Renegade had formerly been mentioned and now removed. Lo and behold it was!

9th April 2020 – there is still a clear reference to Simon Dolan being an Executive Producer of Renegade.

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Simon_Dolan&oldid=949961503

image.png.cebd16dfea8605fe5fcfb98f4549d8e3.png

1st May 2020 onwards – the reference has gone.

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Simon_Dolan&oldid=954323067

image.png.185872b77fad0295ca0bdfc782ad4494.png

I can think of two reasons why this has been removed and would welcome any thoughts:

  • It was an error and it was in fact a different person called Simon Dolan who was an Executive Producer of Renegade.

OR

  • Simon Dolan of KBF was the aforementioned Producer but the association was removed from view. (The timing of this coincides with the start of the judicial review proceedings).

 

 

Good question.

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