David Icke on Child Torture and George W. Bush

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As the veil is being lifted on those who hold the reigns of power in this world, revelation after revelation unfolds regarding global pedophilia and the deeply-evil traumatizing and murder of children. In this video, David Icke shares insights into the type of being who could participate in actions which are so abhorrent to the rest of us that we can’t imagine they are even possible.

…There is something about their genetics which has deleted empathy. It’s deleted the ability to feel the consequences for others — of your actions. And if you think about it, empathy is the fail-safe mechanism of human behavior. Because if I have empathy, feelings for how you will feel from my actions, then there is an immediate limit on my actions…Delete that and there are no limits.

So I’ve said to people for nearly twenty years, don’t look at these people and judge what they would do on the basis of what you would do, ’cause it’s not the same thing.

David Icke has been warning for nearly 30 years of a coming global Orwellian state in which a tiny few would enslave humanity through control of finance, government, media and a military-police Gestapo overseeing 24/4 surveillance of a microchipped population.

He has said that ‘physical’ reality is an illusion and what we think is the ‘world’ is a holographic simulation or ‘Matrix’ created by a non-human force to entrap human perception in ongoing servitude.

They called him ‘crazy’, ‘insane’, a ‘lunatic’, and he was subjected to decades of ridicule, dismissal and abuse. Oh, but how things change.

Today his books are read all over the world and his speaking events are watched by thousands on every continent. Why? Because what he has been so derided for saying is now happening in world events and even mainstream scientists are concluding that reality is indeed a simulation.

Almost every day something that David Icke said long ago is supported by happenings and evidence. As Mahatma Gandhi said: ‘First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.’


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