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The Wuhan Leak Theory Is A Fake Binary – David Icke (www.bitchute.com)

Skip the add at the beginning and watch this very good short video. We have a serious discernment problem in the truth seeking community. I’ve seen it for all the years I’ve been doing research, but never felt that it was so dangerous as the last 2 years. Many truth seekers jump on every new narrative they perceive to go against the mainstream with zero questioning, zero research, zero discernment. If you don’t think our enemies are clever enough to know exactly how to keep us divided and from knowing real truth, think again! The movie inception was true on many levels, and “they” are laughing all the way to their new world order. I suggest watching this video over and over if you are still using the language of the scamdemic, and do deep research before subscribing to any narrative that you hear, no matter how sensationalist and fun it sounds. 

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John M
John M
19 days ago

A word of caution.
Even though David can say sane things. He is not trustworthy in my book.
a long time ago i saw some documentaries of him. He confessed in at least one that he had spiritual contact with some beings. This to me was a red flag.

David is as far as i am concerned controlled opposition.

Michele
Michele
19 days ago
Reply to  John M

I agree. He also routinely admits that human beings need a savior but then immediately denies that he needs the only one who has ever offered to save him, Yeshua. It’s a schizophrenic thought pattern. You can’t accept you need a savior and then deny that you need a savior.

Lee
Lee
19 days ago
Reply to  Michele

Doesn’t he also believe that reptilians live on the moon and send messages directly to his brain? The guy is a certified nutter…
Either that, or a disinformation agent. Sometimes he says things that are very on-the-nose, and other times he says crazy things that make no sense… I think maybe he is one of those people used to discredit the true “conspiracy theories”; making the disseminator look insane, thereby making everyone who believed even one thing they said look insane.

Allonzykoi
Allonzykoi
19 days ago

I’m always suspicious in term of theories and who spreads those theories. Maybe it would be good to do research on who you listen to as well. Sometimes I just feel that the person is not right but I have nothing to prove it. Quite often, my main concern is “why would they let this person speak so many truths ?”

Michele
Michele
19 days ago
Reply to  Allonzykoi

because he intermixes lies with the truths in hopes that you will accept the lie along with the truth.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
19 days ago
Reply to  Allonzykoi

In the end, we’re all just choosing to believe what someone or another tells us based on mainly our gut – as you said, aren’t we, unless we witnessed a thing directly or we can replicate a result repeatedly (where applicable).

thekwon
thekwon
19 days ago

Parts of this argument remind me of the Flat Earth Theory and having to fake the moon landing to support the bigger lie. In Simulation the planet is neither round or flat it something in between and exists in more that one dimension.
 
And what is the deal with the lion picture on the wall behind him? Is he Aryeh Yehuda or tipping his hat to them?

Lee
Lee
19 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

I read the most phenomenally written, in-depth, thought-provoking series of articles I’ve ever read in my life, a year or two ago now.

They were about the faked moon landing and provided so much information from so many different angles… I was mind-blown by the end of the first article. My thoughts were racing and it was all I could think about for days on end. I have seen and accepted a lot of harsh realities about this world by now, but that was on another level, even for me.

It was like the deathknell for any hope of me ever believing a single thing to come from mass media ever again. I already felt that way, but this just cemented it totally. After that, I felt very lonely for quite some time, like I was alone with this information and my thoughts, with no hope of sharing it with anyone else… Knowing it would only result in ridicule and nobody in my life would be willing to investigate for themselves.

I’m so grateful to know that there are still people out there with the capacity to think for themselves, question the narrative, and perhaps hardest of all, accept that some of the biggest “events” of our lifetimes have been completely fraudulent. It’s a crazy world…

Lee
Lee
18 days ago
Reply to  iliketrees

I have seen comments referencing this more and more frequently lately, and I am interested in finding out more about the topic; however, I wouldn’t know where to begin looking for a good “introductory” source to learn more about this, specifically.
With the moon thing, I stumbled upon it completely by chance; some of the best, most thorough information I’ve found over the years has been completely by chance.
Do you have any recommendations on where to begin looking into the germ theory topic? It would be much appreciated.

lauren
lauren
17 days ago
Reply to  Lee
thekwon
thekwon
18 days ago
Reply to  Lee

Years ago I watched a 3 part documentary making the case Stanley Kubrick was the mastermind creator behind the fake moon landings and he leaked that knowledge through the films 2001 and The Shining. The doc shows how during the filming of 2001 Kubrick simultaneously created all of the fake moon footage which can be evidenced by seeing the manufactured space lines in the back ground. Then in The Shining he revealed more details for example the child that has “The Shining” ability is at one point wearing a sweater with the spaceship “Apollo” on it while standing inside an occult symbol. There is way more detail to his take and it was quite convincing. There has since been a mockumentary made making fun of this take and now a whole lot of noise around it. I wish I could remember the guy that made it.

In this link are remakes of The Shining sweater sold for over $100. Looks way over priced for an average pretty cheap looking sweater.

thekwon
thekwon
17 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&hl=en-us&q=Kubrick%27s+Odyssey:+Secrets+Hidden+in+the+Films+of+Stanley+Kubrick%3B+Part+One:+Kubrick+and+Apollo&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgFuLSz9U3SE82SckqVOLVT9c3NEyySDEuNKwq0ZLITrbSL0jNL8hJBVJFxfl5Vrn5ZZmpxYtY471Lk4oyk7PVixX8UyqLi1MrrRSCU5OLUkuKFTwyU1JS8xQy8xRKMlIV3DJzcosV8tMUgksS83JSKxWgOq0VAhKLShT881KtYEIKiXkpCo4F-Tk5-QBudE16mQAAAA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjNqf7zrZn5AhXWAzQIHRpeBiIQ9OUBegQIERAJ&biw=375&bih=623&dpr=2

I remember the directors name Jay Widner. His series is fascinating and he doesn’t get any credit for this work that so many others have since absconded for themselves.

I do not believe the flat earth theory. Like I said earlier I believe it is neither round or flat but a complex in between existing on several planes

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
17 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

Couldn’t both concepts be factually correct if the earth is a giant terrarium?
Rounded in completion, but flat on the plane we inhabit.

Last edited 17 days ago by lgageharleya
thekwon
thekwon
17 days ago
Reply to  lgageharleya

The Norse interpretation seems the most accurate to me.

I have a couple good animation drawings I can’t seem to upload. But google search images and Norse earth and you will see multidimensional interpretations with separately existing “globes” of worlds – it is multiverse but singular too

thekwon
thekwon
17 days ago
Reply to  thekwon

file:///C:/Users/Owner/OneDrive/Desktop/norse%20earth%201.jpg