Posts Tagged 'David Davis'

An open letter to Rixon Stewart at “The Truthseeker”

Update: Sept 21st 2009. The Truthseeker’s website appears to be have been attacked.

See: “The Truthseeker (Rixon Stewart) is currently unavailable” at:








Some see conspiracies involving ‘conspiracy theorists’ as they are labelled these days.


I talk about a reposted article called “David and Goliath?” by Rixon Stewart – July 12, 2008 on “The Truthseeker”‘s website. Have a read (see link at top), it’s quite short.


Rixon complains Icke lifts the work of others and that Icke had a go at David Davis Tory MP. I think 15 megapixels StefZ [starting here, and his later ‘core’ post, refrenced by Lord Patel is here] also had some research lifted by Icke which Icke used to ‘expose’ David Davis.


To be fair to the respected Truthseeker, Rixon’s article certainly isn’t calling for the silence of Icke, despite some of the accusations being mere conjecture and will, if influential, have the effect of making Icke somewhat quieter.


But some of Rixons baseless conjecture is that Icke plays a role of an establishment agent. Other than the fact that Icke may (I say ‘may’, but personally I think the words ‘almost 100% likely’ are a better measure) be wrong in what he says about lizards and religion, there is no proof if Icke being an agent of the state what so ever! Icke attacks what some would call ‘organised religion’, and the core of my outlook on light is a belief in monotheistic faith, so there’s no backhand reason why I am supporting Icke other than what I write here. I also believe Icke simply re-hashes aspects of monotheism into his own version – accompanied by his own visions and communications with beings he says occupies different dimenstions, and ‘the One’ so I’m not a Ikean Paladin by any means.


Mr. Stewart, you in particular should know better – that really, such claims should be backed up with substance. Simply labelling Icke as some kind of establishment ‘asset’, is virtually the same game that the “George jackass idiot dubya Bush” and his tin-pot yet prolifically murderous criminal regime carried out for about 7 years.


As for the content of his books, it’s silly to criticise Icke on the % of things he apportions the content of his books too. e.g. Richard Tomlinson’s affidavit getting little coverage at the expense of the Diana conspiracy. Icke can focus on whatever he wants whenever he wants wherever he wants. They are his books! Why not comment on his videos in which reptiles and Diana form only a minor part of what he says? In fact in the ‘DD debunking’ I don’t think Icke mentioned reptiles once! And if he actually did, it certainly wasn’t allotted significant attention.


What of yours or anybodies writings and research? Whose research springs forth from a vacuum? Nobodies. Icke’s use of publicised research is fair practice. Icke has said thinks like “I’ve been researching this for many years”  but he never says his findings are his alone- at least I’ve never heard him say such a thing and I’ve seen auite a lot of ‘Icke stuff’, and he has referenced other researchers. DI certainly isn’t shy is identifying Credo Mutwa as a suource of information.


Mr Rixon, I must say I am very surprised at your apparent belief that David Davis is genuine. The political actions of DD, to me at least, mean we cannot embrace his as some kind of political saviour. One example is that DD voted for the war against Iraq – See HERE. As you will know, over 1m dead millions more refugees, millions more WILL die from DU and unexploded munitions. Don’t dare try and defend him saying he made an error. When it comes to what was always going to be hundreds of thousands of lives, you DONT vote for war unless the case is 100% proven or so damn near to 100 that such a conclusion is accepatble. The BS against Iraq was a plain as the nose on your face. IF that is, it isn’t DELIBERATELY ignored. DD has the blood of countless children on his hands. His “error” was a disgrace.


DD chickened out of a debate with DI, and I’m flabbergasted at you portraying NeoLabour as being kind of “scared” to field a candidate or enter the debate on the issue of big brother. It is really very silly indeed that you take what NeoLab and the LDems at face value. One can very easily say NeoLabour and the LibDems – both parties, within which the “Friends of the harbinger of death“, sorry, the “Friends of Israyhell” are the biggest and most powerful lobby groups, could equally well, in fact more easily be said to have deliberately NOT put up a candidate so that DD would win! Bingo! In gets the ‘establishment rebel, and that Mr Rixon, has a good chance of not being a conspiracy in my underpants.


Real Politick, I personally gave DD the benefit of the very large doubt following his decision to call the by-election, but If Icke had won that would have been fine too. I accept my speaking favourably of DD in context of big brother meant I recieved criticism. It was is merited criticism and came from political commentators I admire greatly. I was aware at the time I may have been supporting a string-pulled-hack, but it was his principle I wanted to see win the election not particularly the man himself.


So what you said about Icke being a stooge actually applies more strongly to DD.


As It happens I support you article criticising Icke, as I would welcome an article criticising ANYONE, including any ill-warranted things I happened to say. But it’s worthless without substance, and yours had no substance.


Please understand my criticism of you is nothing personal and I really appreciate much of what you put on your website.


But here’s a tip to you and everyone else… If Icke is an asset (or you or me) then CHERRYPICK. If you suspect psyops at work, then flush that bit of what they say down the toilet and pick info that goes against the rotten elements of the VERY ROTTEN establishment. David Ickes site, in start contrast to the claims made in your article, has provided masses of information about masonry, illuminati (if you subscribe to that), financial fraud, political fraud, false flags, illegal torture and inhuman experiments… da da da da da.


I’m making this an ‘open letter’ because at the moment, I don’t see / know of a ‘comments’ section you have.

UPDATE: I will e-mail this letter to you at the editor at thetruthseeker .co .uk 


Best wishes thanks for your website – the same goes to David Icke.


The D squared Dilemma

The future is bright. The furute is orange.

D squared referring to David Davis.He appeared on the BBC’s ‘Question Time’ two days ago.

DD is taking a stand against 42 day detention without charge.

The Dilemma is, if one supports DD in his apparent ‘fight’ against 42 detention without charge or 42 day nullification of habeas corpus, then will that support be (ab)used to consolidate the 28 day detention which Davis openly supports?

Unfortunately I have to say Yes, it probably will, because ppoliticians ALWAYS do this. You vote (or don’t vote) for them and they take that as a licence to do what they like over the lifespan of a Parliament, over which time they push and weave a balance of:

a) Personal prejudices
b) Personal enrichment (in terms of both power and money)
c) Party directives (a significant number from outside economic sources and vested interest ‘think tanks’)
d) Drab constituency issues.

It is incredibly rare for them to take a stand on principle. That’s one reason why DD’s supposed stance was so shocking, it even had some political talking heads flabbergasted.

The rule of thumb is they will exercise their power for their own selfish needs only pursuing ‘caring’ (usually constituency issues) minimilistically to secure re-election. Their green leather polishing arses arrogantly believe the orders of their party whips (free votes are not as common) is more valuable than that of public opinion. They twist and spin out often contradictory catch-lines of what democracy means depending on the situation at hand. Yes, in my eyes, most politicians are little better than bacteria.

BUT if we don’t support Davis, what’s the alternative? Only the Lords will vote it down. It may ping pong back and forth for a bit but the cudgel of the Parliament act will get it through eventually.

I believe we are left with only one option: Support Davis on this issue; do what we can to foster a serious debate about the nourishing of the seeding ground of fascism and reverse this insane process – but include in this what exactly we are granting him support on- Say clearly and loudly that Davis’s stance on 28 days is also wrong, especially when he or anyone (as he or anyone are likely to do) says ’28 days has been given a mandate’ – speak out against such a thing fiercely.

Currently, I cannot see any other option available to us for fighting this spate of grossly uninspired and uninspiring politics cheer-lead by the most talentless morons who are only egging on the likelihood that a more fascistic minded government will allow fully blown state sponsored tyranny to manifest.



“Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” – Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), psssst, don’t mention the bodies found in his flat!


I want to end this post with another point of concern regarding the latest proposal being flouted likely to be abused for political reasons in the near or far future, and that is of anonymous sources in trials.

Here’s a snipped from the BBC story entitled: Law will change on witness rules  (Saturday, 21 June 2008 13:25)

The government has vowed to change the law to allow anonymous witnesses in some court cases after a key Law Lords ruling effectively halted the practice. 

Justice Secretary Jack Straw said there is a real need for some witnesses to have their identities protected.

Jack Straw you may remember was instrumental in global torture transitis otherwise known as extraordinary rendition and lied about it, once it was exposed – research ex-ambassador Craig Murray’s website for details.

This is yet another leap forward to despotism. There should be NO information at ANY trial which is secret. If a witness offers evidence then like it or lump it the state must take measures to ensure that persons safety. Yes, it is expensive (which is why the patheric numbskull law makers in the commons arn’t pursuing it) but it is the best solution.

Anonymos witnesses will simply allow for the detention, torture and precution of political prisoners to occur more easily – which if that’s your goal is the point I suppose.

Actually this already occurs. There are provisions for secret unscruitinized information to be used for watever malicious purposes, but to examnd upon that is once gain dangerous and WILL be abused.

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