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hirschfelder 19-06-2008 10:44 AM

Icke to stand for parliament?
 
Blimey charlie!

http://www.davidicke.com/content/view/14054/82/

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This week the Conservative Party Home Affairs Spokesman, David Davis, resigned his parliamentary seat in the constituency of Haltemprice and Howden, which includes Hull in the east to the outskirts of Goole in the west and northwards to Holme-on-Spalding-Moor.

Davis resigned in protest at the fast-emerging Big Brother State (which I have warned was coming for the last nearly 20 years). The final straw for Davis was the passing recently of a law that allows the authorities to hold ‘terrorist suspects’ for 42 days without charge. He resigned and will seek to return to Parliament in this by-election next month on the issue of the Big Brother society.

Britain’s other major political parties, the Liberal Democrats and the governing Labour Party of Tony Blair and current Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, have announced that they won’t be standing against him. The Liberals say they are doing this because they support his stand and the Labour Party say they won’t put up a candidate because the election is 'a farce’. For ‘a farce’ read: ‘We know we would get slaughtered because of the massive scale of public opinion against the gathering Big Brother state.’
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If I stood, it would not be against Davis as such because I have no wish to be elected to Parliament and get stuck in that irrelevant web of deceit and corruption. I couldn’t take my seat anyway because I would never go through the pathetic ritual of pledging my ‘allegiance’ to the Queen.

I would be supporting the stand of Davis against the Orwellian State and I would want him to win the seat and let him be a voice against the Big Brother society in Parliament.

There is an enormous amount of what David Davis stands for on other issues that I fundamentally disagree with, but this is a time for all colours, creeds, backgrounds and views to unite on something that affects ALL of us – the tearing down of the most basic freedoms.

And if people think they live in a Big Brother Police State now, they have seen nothing yet.

So why am I open to standing in the election with Davis?

Because this election, with its mainstream media coverage, can be a platform to gain publicity for the big picture behind the Big Brother State – which I have been highlighting and warning about in my books and public talks for nearly 20 years.

David Davis has seen one level of it and blames the Labour government for destroying civil liberties in Britain. But it is bigger than that, much bigger. The same is happening in countries worldwide at the same time because it is centrally and globally coordinated, as I have been exposing and detailing for two decades.

The UK Labour government is just the vehicle for introducing it in the UK, that’s all.

I will stand IF there is enough physical and financial support to do a professional job. Otherwise there is no point. The maximum any candidate can spend on the three to four weeks campaigning is £100,000 and David Davis will be spending at least the best part of that.

I would do it with a fraction of that figure because I am not trying to get elected – just get essential information into the public arena.

Yes, of course, the mainstream media would ridicule me, but so what’s new? I would not be doing it for them, nor to win a popularity contest, but for those who have ears to hear and children and grandchildren to protect from the nightmare world that is unfolding unless we make a stand now.

Please contact Justin Walker at [email protected] if you are prepared to help and if the response is there we will launch our financial appeal within a few days and off we go.

Best wishes,

limelady 19-06-2008 10:48 AM

Blimey Charlie's right!!! :eek:

Go David....do what you feel is right!!! :D

largejack 19-06-2008 10:53 AM

Fantastic! Although I don't really understand how he can stand 'with' him?

h2pogo 19-06-2008 10:53 AM

my support is granted.
I am willing to donate.

hirschfelder 19-06-2008 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by largejack (Post 392380)
Fantastic! Although I don't really understand how he can stand 'with' him?

I think the idea is that this by-election will be fought in terms of civil liberties vs national security and the Icke man wants his twopenneth!

Good on him, but I can see the MSM marginalising him and treating him as a novelty candidate. I doubt he'll get on Question Time

manchurian_candidate 19-06-2008 11:03 AM

He has my 100% full support. :)

raptorialis 19-06-2008 11:03 AM

Is David Icke turning into a lizard?
 
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Originally Posted by limelady (Post 392378)
Blimey Charlie's right!!! :eek:

Go David....do what you feel is right!!! :D

Is David Icke turning into a lizard?

So David becomes the same monster that he has spent decades fighting.

A Politician. A Gatekeeper to power!

Is this an admission of his true intent?

To join the (so called) Illuminati?

Or is this a way of infiltrating and subverting the upper ranks of the bourgeosie demon?

Matrix hackers hope the latter.
:)

steevo 19-06-2008 11:06 AM

David would potentially wake up EVERY person in that constituency just by planting a seed of thought. Sure, the mainstream media will try to ridicule but it will get people THINKING and that is what is needed.

Haltemprice and Howden, GET READY TO BE AWAKENED! :D

hirschfelder 19-06-2008 11:09 AM

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Originally Posted by raptorialis (Post 392393)
Is David Icke turning into a lizard?

So David becomes the same monster that he has spent decades fighting.

A Politician. A Gatekeeper to power!

Is this an admission of his true intent?

To join the (so called) Illuminati?

Or is this a way of infiltrating and subverting the upper ranks of the bourgeosie demon?

Matrix hackers hope the latter.
:)

Don't bother yourself with reading the article or anything will you :confused:

phaid 19-06-2008 11:12 AM

The best bit -
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If I stood, it would not be against Davis as such because I have no wish to be elected to Parliament and get stuck in that irrelevant web of deceit and corruption. I couldn’t take my seat anyway because I would never go through the pathetic ritual of pledging my ‘allegiance’ to the Queen.
;)

manchurian_candidate 19-06-2008 11:13 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by raptorialis (Post 392393)
Is David Icke turning into a lizard?

So David becomes the same monster that he has spent decades fighting.

A Politician. A Gatekeeper to power!

Is this an admission of his true intent?

To join the (so called) Illuminati?

Or is this a way of infiltrating and subverting the upper ranks of the bourgeosie demon?

Matrix hackers hope the latter.
:)



Do you really even need to ask that question? David is a 'leader of the awakened' do you REALLY think he would turn to the other side? Would any of us now knowing the truth sacrifice truth, higher consciousness etc for mere power? Power on earth is nothing...

truthseeker1980 19-06-2008 11:17 AM

People's Party
 
How do you go about setting up a new party? Or is that impossible?

I thought for a while now that there is a need for a people's party, I'm sure there are lot's of people on here who would be willing to take part. The only thing that would get in my way would be earning enough money to survive whilst promoting the party.

I have a few friends who have wanted to try and do this for a few years but we dont know where to start.

jimmi 19-06-2008 11:18 AM

I pledge my support and will donate what I can afford.
Who would you rather trust to speak on your behalf about the stripping away of your liberty? There are enough of us here to really make a difference, let's get off the line and out on the streets, I would try to travel there, just spend a few hours politely asking people to support and vote for D. Icke, then go home feeling real good about myself. I'd like to see our David win then hand over the seat to the next candidate, even(and I can't believe I'm saying this) if it is the tory candidate!

raptorialis 19-06-2008 11:25 AM

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Originally Posted by hirschfelder (Post 392399)
Don't bother yourself with reading the article or anything will you :confused:

So a wolf has broken free from the gathering and now we must support his path back in. So that his conscience can be clear. So that he ends up delivering nothing but muffled words.

Do you really think this is any more than a stunt by David Davis?

This is all about how our freedoms are being eroded to prepare us for the day when there is mass uprising. This is all about the hand over of power from labour to tory.

This is nothing more than a tactic to show that Tory's do care - so the conservatives get elected. David Icke will not achieve anything for the people by doing this and nothing he says or does is going to make any real difference - in this respect. He cannot stop the rise of the beast this way.

Power is derived from whispers, he can only truly succeed through whispers.

steevo 19-06-2008 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by raptorialis (Post 392426)
So a wolf has broken free from the group and now we must support his path back in. So that his conscience can be clear. So that he ends up delivering nothing but muffled words.

Do you really think this is any more than a stunt by David Davis?

This is all about how our freedoms are being eroded to prepare us for the day when there is mass uprising. This is all about the hand over of power from labour to tory.

This is nothing more than a tactic to show that Tory's do care - so the conservatives get elected. David will not achieve anything for the people by doing this and nothing he says or does is going to make any real difference - in this respect. He cannot stop the rise of the beast this way.

Power is derived from whispers, he can only truly succeed through whispers.

Well, Ickey MUST be doing something right because raptorialis is trying convince us that David Icke is wrong to put himself forward :D By putting himself forward like this, Ickey will wake people up. Simple as that. It dont matter HOW they wake up as long as they do.

jimmi 19-06-2008 11:35 AM

I think David Icke has already made a real difference to the level of awakened consciousnesses in this country and more, why not make it 'our' stunt and be open about our true aims and find out if that may or may not be the right path to take us to where we want to go.

raptorialis 19-06-2008 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by jimmi (Post 392434)
I think David Icke has already made a real difference to the level of awakened consciousnesses in this country and more, why not make it 'our' stunt and be open about our true aims and find out if that may or may not be the right path to take us to where we want to go.

This is an overt and obvious stunt that will be discredited and serve no one else but the egos involved. It will not affect the naughty ones.

ian2day 19-06-2008 12:01 PM

Deja Vue... (I knew it all along ;) )

duckingdafta 19-06-2008 12:08 PM

Well, funny thing here.. I live near the holme upon spalding moore and Davis is my MP...ever since this resignation has happened we've had constant choppers flying around [this area known for flying.. hang-gliding, and speed car trials]... we also have had NO chemtrails since his return home.
I will tell you after having plenty of conversations with parents and workers in this area, A lot of people are ready to riot over rising cost and are just looking for someone to lead them..yes, this IS an area of sheep, but why not use them if you can't awaken them.
David Icke would be a crap MP as there isn't enough 7 hour time slots to get all your MMM's and RRR's.. Pam on the other hand would do better... it's not the message, it's the telling of it.

peterjohnglynn 19-06-2008 12:11 PM

David Icke has my cast iron vote if & when I am allowed to give it. All night sittings would need to be brought back.

David Davis has my vote.


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