Sports journalist David Icke, come self-proclaimed messiah, now more recently conspiracy enthusiast seems to have made a come back in recent times.
Where as Youtube has been the staple diet of the conspiracy nut’s content, its like Icke and co, combine all the most popular elements usual plots like 9/11 was an inside job and Zionists control everything, UFOs, secret AIDS and cancer cures are withheld from the general public, and thousands of other offensive stuff. Its not like DI has really much new original material. Maybe its a kind of conspiracy ‘greatest hits’ album.
Either way stuff of the Royal Family being alien lizards make even the Scientologists look tame.
Are people unaware of his famous line of being the son of the God on the Wogan show in the 90s (Youtube) and other antics that show he is completely crackers? Or do people read his stuff and buy his books for comedy value?
After the horrible book barbeque incident that was the pastor from Florida, who wanted to have a Koran burning party. See previous post. There was something funny in the news about a church with a copycat type stunt.
On this occasion a young lad on a skateboard went past him and snatched the petrol soaked Islamic book from his hand and said ‘Dude! you have no Koran!” News of this chap hit the blog/twitter community as a hero, that averted a PR disaster in the church and a possible revenge attack that would inevitably happen in Islamic countries towards smaller Christian communities.
I also give this young man (who is an atheist by the way) a big thumbs up for his actions to avoid a conflict.
One thing I was wondering, when people here in the UK, say things about England, America, Israel, God (the Christian/Jewish one of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) and Jesus, would anyone be brave enough to challenge these people in the high street in a equally fun jovial sort of way?