View Full Version : What political campaign?
08-01-2009, 05:17 PM
This thread is about David political campaign but I dont see anything happening or even appearing at a political level. Does he have such a campaign or not?
13-03-2009, 02:45 AM
You may have a point, and judging by the lack of chit chat on this particular forum, hmm
Ive only just really noticed it enough to jump in and gander.
Personally, (and i don't wana expose him, but the truth is paramount) i think he's old school right wing, but pretends to be a little bit leafy due to the current climate.
By old school right wing, i refer to the jist of BNP policy. I don't think he's alone, you can tell some folks in the spotlight agree with BNP policy.
They're scared of loosing their status, mainstream credibility. If you think about it, anyone who's got a bit of wealth, moves towards not being totally honest with their views if it goes against the grain, because they have a good life. Bad enough what David has had to put up with through the years, tbf, he didn't wince with those views, although one could argue he did it for outside recognition as a base to form what he has now.
IM NOT against David for this, has to be done. At some point David, you'll be wondering what time you have left on earth, what your children and granchildren have, and how you can be totally honest with yourself and keep things going along nicely, as we all will.
13-03-2009, 02:51 AM
Perhaps you didn't notice the word "archive" at the end of the forum title. David Icke did run for office this past summer. I'm surprised you don't remember that marpat, as you've been a member on here for some time.
Anyway, the reason no one posts here now is that this forum is now archived for future reference, not current discussion.
13-03-2009, 03:07 AM
By last summer you mean in the vacancy vacated by the tory, which was a shambles, the tory failing miserably to discuss things which he did his damdest to highlight, and David failing miserably to get votes.
If David wants to stand, then it'd be best in his local area (Isle of wight?) and build a base (not military hehe). Once elected, even at a low level, he can speak on behalf of them.
13-03-2009, 03:20 AM
You misunderstand--this part of forum is an archive of that election. That's why no one continues to post here. I'm locking this thread.