David Icke Analysis: War With Iran

David Icke dodges the YT censorship bullets to bring some honest opinion and discernment to the brewing US-Iran conflict.

War With Iran – The Elephant In The Living Room

David Icke

Published on Jun 26, 2019

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Martin Harris

I have a lovely partner and 3 very active youngsters. We live in the earthquake ravaged Eastern Suburbs of Christchurch, New Zealand. I began commenting/posting on Uncensored back in early 2012 looking for discussion and answers on the cause and agendas relating to our quakes. I have always maintained an interest in ancient mysteries, UFOs, hidden agendas, geoengineering and secret societies and keep a close eye on current world events. Since 2013 I have been an active member of theCONTrail.com community, being granted admin status and publishing many blogs and discussion threads. At this time I'm now helping out with admin and moderation duties here at Uncensored where my online "life" began.

6 thoughts on “David Icke Analysis: War With Iran

  1. Thanks for your reply yesterday, Martin. I also believe that it is sensible to try to understand The Holy Bible from the context of both the educated Jewish, Greek or Roman citizen 2,000 years ago, as well as the average English citizen in 1611, as far as King James’ version is concerned. The text was certainly not written for the twenty-first century citizen.

    Even if it was somehow, predictions of future events are unlikely to be exact, or want to be either.

    Bryden Spurling is an Alliance 21 Fellow at the United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, according to the story he wrote on the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) website this morning at:

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-03/iran-us-tensions-expose-risk-australias-fuel-reserves-security/11272180

    That footnote made me wonder what Alliance 21 might have to do with Agenda 21, but I’ve searched and found the website domained in Singapore, at:

    http://www.saaa.org.sg/alliance-21-2/

    and it is not even https so I’ll take that as mere coincidence for now.

    The article tended to underestimate Iranian military power in my opinion, forecasting an easy win for the USA, but I still think any hot Iran vs. USA conflict will be quite a nasty event on a global scale, more than Iraq or Afghanistan. More than Syria and certainly more than Libya. For the world, of course, I mean, as for the Syrian or Libyan populations, the Iran-US war will be less devastating.

    Now let’s consider this ‘post-truth’ era. I don’t know exactly what that means, having only read mentions of it recently. What I do notice is the amount of fake news published by the MSM, and now much of the ‘developed’ world has been duped by it.

    Carbon-emissions, deforestation, over-fishing, over-population, sexual deviance, institutional deception, authoritarianism, ebola 2.0, things are grim, Martin.

    What if there does happen to be some kind of intelligent force or forces which have the power to affect life on the planet within the parameters of physics, but unrestrained by the laws of biology. If St. John’s Revelations are ever supposed to eventuate, as other Old Testament prophecies have allegedly proven accurate, (but you’d have had to be there in the manger in Bethlehem or at the river with John the Baptist to confirm the validity of such prophecies apriori), if these predictions in The Book of Revelations are ever to be proven true, then someone (or some force) up there better get their act together quick-smart because the way this world is going since the start of the 21st century, there won’t be anything much on Earth worth Armageddonising by divine intervention. It seems that we’ve stolen the show.

    1. “Things are grim”. well, yes and no. The earth has gone through seven (eight?) mass extinction events that wiped out almost all life. These all happened before the arrival of humans, but it could be argued that another ELE is underway now. We have endured Ice Ages, plagues, and lord-knows what else. Things have been worse than they are now.
      Carbon emissions? We currently have a mere 400ppm of atmospheric CO2. At 200ppm we’re in an Ice Age, at much less trees struggle to thrive. If “Green New Deal” proponent Amelia-Ocasio Cortez’s goal of “no atmospheric carbon” should be achieved, all life will cease to exist! While pollution and resource management (including deforestation) are concerning, atmospheric carbon isn’t much of an issue. The real reason for the focus on “carbon emissions” is to cripple Western economies while China and Russia continue to churn out emissions unabated.
      A Us-Iran war would be a whitewash in America’s favour I think, but I also think it’s unlikely to result in an “Armageddon” scenario. The same thing was evoked for the Gulf war and Desert Storm, and as terrible as it was, we certainly did not wipe ourselves out!
      Another “Armageddon” was Chernobyl; literally translated Wormwood, a name straight out of Revelation. Well,it was again a terrible event, but not the end-of-all-things.
      As you can surmise, I prefer to focus on making the world a better place by exposing corruption and evil and promoting better alternatives. If we simply focus on the negatives, then we are self-sabotaging.

      1. If we value The Truth, then we’re on the side of The Holy Bible and The Church of Science at the same stroke. That’s why I keep coming back here every couple of days, actually. Corruption and lies are the greatest terror on Earth, even though they are part of both religions mentioned above: the theistic and the atheistic.

        May I write on that note that good creates power and power attracts evil.

        1. Although I am a Christian myself Imrah, I respect everyone’s right to practice whatever faith or doctrine they wish (including Atheism),the only caveat being that I oppose extremism. should respect and celebrate our differences rather than trying eradicate them (which is precisely the aim of the UN and the Socialist movement currently).
          Can good and evil exist without each other? Can shadow exist without a casting light? Good and evil exists within all of us as a potentiality. It all depends which aspect one allows to dominate one. I’m reminded of the fragmentary text, The Testament Of Amram, in which the author relates a vision in which he has his journey interrupted by two angels; one dark and serpent-like, the other a light being. They both tug at him, pulling him in opposite directions. “Which of us will you allow to rule over you?” Amram is asked. We never find out the outcome as the rest of the scroll has eroded away.

  2. Mr Icke first became known to me last year after watching his talk about Agenda 21, which would appear to be on YT as well if you have not seen it.

    That video was quite a revelation. This video above is also a revelation to me. I’d been thinking that the approaching Iran – USA conflict might have been designed to counter Iran’s movement away from the US dollar and not much else. Stories at other sources have explained how most of the recent wars that the USA have engaged in were coincidental to the subject nation quitting the USD.

    I read somewhere that this new target was also about the same USD issue. Now it seems that there is possibly another reason. When it comes, it’s going to dwarf the Iraq conflict and may indeed become a global disaster this world really does not need right now.

    Visions described in The Book of Revelations about the Sun turning black and the Moon turning red and meteors falling from the sky to destroy a third of the world’s population are starting to look like fairly accurate forecasts now, and even the timing predicted; a thousand years; might have been mistranslated or a generalisation, as in when someone says ‘tomorrow’, that does not always mean precisely the very next day. It can also mean, in the future.

    Now we’re around two thousand years since Jesus walked the Earth.
    Good luck, humanity.

    1. I’m inclined to take Revelations more symbolically and in context of the events of the time Imrah, but I get your point. There have indeed been many meteors raining from the sky lately and as the magnetosphere weakens it’s unlikely to abate.

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