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entheogen 16-08-2010 08:17 PM

Icke on non compliance with the system
 
Sure this has been posted elsewhere in this forum - but is no doubt very relevant to this section

Icke - speaking at the UK rally against child abuse speaks here about non compliance with the system - something very close to our hearts (well most of our hearts anyhow)

Im sure you will agree that the best option when it comes to peaceful non compliance are the methods discussed on this section of the forum

Non compliance is the future my friends :)

The system will collapse when we withdraw our consent and refuse to comply or co-operate with these criminals

David of the family Icke knows the score

!

h2pogo 16-08-2010 08:22 PM

I just posted this quote on another thread..thanks i will watch that clip

You assist an evil system most effectively by obeying its orders and decrees.
An evil system never deserves such allegiance.
Allegiance to it means partaking of the evil.
A good person will resist an evil system with his or her whole soul.

It is good to see ourselves as others see us. Try as we may, we are never
able to know ourselves fully as we are, especially the evil side of us.
This we can do only if we are not angry with our critics but will take in good
heart whatever they might have to say.

Non-cooperation with evil is a sacred duty.

~ Mohandas K. Gandhi

merlincove 16-08-2010 09:03 PM

i am all for none compliance to their system :D

and listening to David speak in Brixton in may, he actually conceptionalised exactly how i feel, he didn't call it freeman on the land, because it isn't freeman on the land exactly, and he didn't call it anything, he just said it how it is.

And i think that is important, imo at least - we don't need to label stuff.

David's approach, for me, is spot on.

And it's why he was given a thunderous standing ovation at close of his talk.

A trully inspiring guy.

micklemus 16-08-2010 09:04 PM

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Originally Posted by merlincove (Post 1059155224)
i am all for none compliance to their system :D

and listening to David speak in Brixton in may, he actually conceptionalised exactly how i feel, he didn't call it freeman on the land, because it isn't freeman on the land exactly, and he didn't call it anything, he just said it how it is.

And i think that is important, imo at least - we don't need to label stuff.

David's approach, for me, is spot on.

And it's why he was given a thunderous standing ovation at close of his talk.

A trully inspiring guy.

+1

Was there too, front row

merlincove 16-08-2010 09:18 PM

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Originally Posted by micklemus (Post 1059155230)
+1

Was there too, front row

lucky bugger :D

A rousing speech in the OP, again emotive and powerful.

:D

rumpole 18-08-2010 01:31 PM

Surely forcing ones children to attend school wearing 'perculiar' clothing thus exposing then to derision / bullying is a form of child abuse in itself?

bones 18-08-2010 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by rumpole (Post 1059160336)
Surely forcing ones children to attend school wearing 'perculiar' clothing thus exposing then to derision / bullying is a form of child abuse in itself?

maybe! i do agree there needs to be a certain atire in schools. but not making children set books and pens out in a certain poistion on tables like what is happening at wintringham acadamy here in grimsby...


the principle is common purpose.

microphones in the dining hall too.:eek:

healingisfreedom 18-08-2010 01:39 PM

I think you'll all love this video:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...9366862&hl=en#

rumpole 18-08-2010 01:42 PM

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Originally Posted by bones (Post 1059160346)
maybe! i do agree there needs to be a certain atire in schools. but not making children set books and pens out in a certain poistion on tables like what is happening at wintringham acadamy here in grimsby...


the principle is common purpose.

microphones in the dining hall too.:eek:



Check out the 'turquoise period'

joe white 18-08-2010 01:46 PM

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Originally Posted by rumpole (Post 1059160336)
Surely forcing ones children to attend school wearing 'perculiar' clothing thus exposing then to derision / bullying is a form of child abuse in itself?

lol.....oh the horror

bones 18-08-2010 01:47 PM

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Originally Posted by rumpole (Post 1059160368)
Check out the 'turquoise period'

insulting david icke ?

yozhik 18-08-2010 01:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rumpole (Post 1059160336)
Surely forcing ones children to attend school wearing 'perculiar' clothing thus exposing then to derision / bullying is a form of child abuse in itself?

one child's fashion statement is another child's declaration of war ...

bones 18-08-2010 01:54 PM

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Originally Posted by yozhik (Post 1059160388)
one child's fashion statement is another child's declaration of war ...

when i attended scholl we had aselection of clothing.

blue/ black trouses
blue/white shirt
blue/ black jumper

shoes/trainers

girls had to wear long skirt/trouses same colours...

today they are told to wear set school uniform which is paid for my mum/dad at inflated prices.

it does look neat tidy... its about uniformity/control factor.

rumpole 18-08-2010 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by bones (Post 1059160383)
insulting david icke ?


Not at all. Mr Icke is on record as saying that he got a bit out of control during the turquoise period.

rumpole 18-08-2010 02:02 PM

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Originally Posted by bones (Post 1059160409)
it does look neat tidy... its about uniformity/control factor.

I think it's the former rather than the later. Furthermore, school uniforms ensure an equal playing field - ie the wealthier children can't 'look down' on the poorer children by wearing designer togs as opposed to Primark / TK Makk rejects.

bones 18-08-2010 02:06 PM

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Originally Posted by rumpole (Post 1059160438)
I think it's the former rather than the later. Furthermore, school uniforms ensure an equal playing field - ie the wealthier children can't 'look down' on the poorer children by wearing designer togs as opposed to Primark / TK Makk rejects.

maybe , to tell a child what to wear also conditions them to do what they are told later in life. i look at authority differently.

im a rebel .

entheogen 18-08-2010 08:13 PM

I think the magnitude of Davids talk at this rally truly only hit me today

Following Bill Malloneys no holds barred speech - I thought David put what Bill said into some context by explaining how such evil is in place at the core of our system

He didnt mince his words either and illustrated perfectly the best way to defeat the system

DO NOT COMPLY

Lets face it - the only other alternative is a pitchfork revolution - which right now is not required as their system is collapsing in on them and the cat is well and truly out of the basket

For 2 men to stand at the base of Nelsons Collumn - in the middle of Trafalgar Square and announce through a PA system to all listening that the establishment are involved in child abuse - inc the royals - takes some BIG balls

But further still - I thought to myself - how many people will watch this and think to themselves - why was this not on the news ?

Even with no prior knowledge of any of this - would a normal passer by not expect to see David / Bill arrested for their comments - and for their to be a story on the news regarding that perhaps

After all only till recently treason carried the death penalty

They said the revolution would not be televised - they were right

Withdraw your consent - I urge you - stand together and do not co-operate with this evil regime anymore

As David says - as Bill says - as Merlin says - as I am saying now - ENOUGH is ENOUGH


merlincove 18-08-2010 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by entheogen (Post 1059161476)
I think the magnitude of Davids talk at this rally truly only hit me today

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsUr...layer_embedded

it hit me straight away, that is why it's a sticky :D

steven1 18-08-2010 08:55 PM

Merlincove wrote
Quote:

it hit me straight away, that is why it's a sticky
I thought it was admins decision to make stickys?

whatsupdoc*

bones 18-08-2010 09:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by entheogen (Post 1059161476)
I think the magnitude of Davids talk at this rally truly only hit me today

Following Bill Malloneys no holds barred speech - I thought David put what Bill said into some context by explaining how such evil is in place at the core of our system

He didnt mince his words either and illustrated perfectly the best way to defeat the system

DO NOT COMPLY

Lets face it - the only other alternative is a pitchfork revolution - which right now is not required as their system is collapsing in on them and the cat is well and truly out of the basket

For 2 men to stand at the base of Nelsons Collumn - in the middle of Trafalgar Square and announce through a PA system to all listening that the establishment are involved in child abuse - inc the royals - takes some BIG balls

But further still - I thought to myself - how many people will watch this and think to themselves - why was this not on the news ?

Even with no prior knowledge of any of this - would a normal passer by not expect to see David / Bill arrested for their comments - and for their to be a story on the news regarding that perhaps

After all only till recently treason carried the death penalty

They said the revolution would not be televised - they were right

Withdraw your consent - I urge you - stand together and do not co-operate with this evil regime anymore

As David says - as Bill says - as Merlin says - as I am saying now - ENOUGH is ENOUGH

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsUr...layer_embedded

powerful video ty...


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