Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Browsing weird movies to watch after work, how could an anti-Semite’s attention not immediately be seized by the provocative title Underground Lizard People? “Great Scott! Did some courageous anti-Zionist Jew filmmaker and David Icke fan detonate a reality bomb about our reptilian overlords in 2011, mind you, and four years somehow went by before I even received notice of this?” Based on “eyewitness accounts”, writer-director Jared Cohn’s Underground Lizard People opens with the following chilling disclaimer:
If some of the interviews in this film are to be believed, the human race is in great danger. We need to let the world know what is happening underground before it is too late for all of us.
The burning question, of course is this: is Underground Lizard People an examination of the World’s Foremost Problem, i.e., the Jewish Question? The elements of the movie suggestive of Jewish subtext are understated, but most definitely present. This mysterious race, the movie reveals, is “a violent creature – half-lizard and half-human – that is reported to have now migrated all over the world, numbering in the millions, causing death and destruction in its path”, but headquartered beneath the surface of America’s entertainment capital in the abandoned Banning Tunnels, which give off an odor of “waste”.
A set of “tablets” is alleged to preserve something of the history of these “highly advanced, very smart lizard people” – tablets also holding a certain well-known appeal to the Chosen in addition to figuring into David Icke’s reptilian mythos. Executive Producer Ron Dubey, who appears onscreen as one of the expert interviewees, mentions that the creatures “feel threatened according to certain reports and they’re now taking it out on people above the surface” – a theme reinforced by a scene in which blond, blue-eyed documentarian Jason (Clint Byrne) stages an anti-lizard pogrom of sorts. There is, as well, an artist’s rendering of one underground lizard person having an unusually large proboscis, plus another briefly glimpsed drawing of three people being crucified by the creatures.
If you think there's some conspiracy against white people, you are, I guarantee, a stupid white person.
— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) September 17, 2015
But seriously, folks . . . this is just another example of a Jew, Jared Cohn in this case, who considers himself a comedic genius for mocking “anti-Semitic conspiracy theories”. Unfortunately, such is the damage done by infiltrators like Icke to the reputations of those who promote the truth that any number of viewers would probably let themselves be deluded into believing that Underground Lizard People constitutes a brilliant satirical skewering of Kevin MacDonald, David Duke, Michael Collins Piper, or anybody else who articulately examines Jewish subversion and – yes, people – Jewish conspiracies. “What’s that? You’re not interested in super-sizing that side order of ZOG with your kosher Western McCivilization? Oh, I get it – you must be one of those tinfoil tricorn militia survivalists who think the Jewish state is Space Lizard Command.”
“Going to court is costly, even for a man who seems to believe the world we live in is, in fact, a hologram,” quips Will Banyan with reference to Icke’s litigation against erstwhile collaborator Royal Adams. Banyan, in his must-read Paranoia Magazine investigation of the new age dragon slayer’s financial support (“The Tangled Web Icke Weaves”), next proceeds to reveal the following:
In February 2007, Icke’s fundraising took an interesting turn with an announcement titled: “The Freedom Foundation: Funding the Truth Instead of the System.” Icke’s website gave U.S. citizens the opportunity to make a “charitable” tax-deductible donation to Icke’s Freedom Foundation through the International Humanities Center (IHC). The donee was offered the chance to, “support someone working full-time for up to 12 hours a day to expose those behind the global conspiracy to enslave us all.”
Tax-exempt foundations were first identified as a tool of New World Order conspirators back in the 1950s by the Congressional Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations (Reece Committee). […]
Icke, though, appears to have given the IHC his seal of approval. Given his record of opposing the Illuminati, most supporters would be confident that the IHC meets David Icke’s exacting standards. Nevertheless, in lieu of any detailed explanation from Icke assuring us of its suitability, it is surely prudent to ask some questions about the IHC. […]
Looking closer, one discovers a few interesting facts that should have piqued the interest of an analyst of Icke’s calibre. The IHC’s Financial Director, Catherine Carroll, was a co-founding director of the Renaissance Foundation, a “leadership organisation,” according to its website. One of its sub-programs is the “Renaissance Women” a group “whose goal is to give women an alternative voice from radical feminism.” Back in 2000 this was realised as “support for George W. Bush,” though we were assured this support was not given as a collective, but as “individuals” (WorldNetDaily, Aug. 2, 2000).
Board member Katherine O’Flahtery was once a trouble-shooter for Wal-Mart logistics. The IHC Operations Director, Dave Sanders, before going green fifteen years ago, spent seventeen years as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Department of Defense and GE-Nuclear. IHC Executive Director Steve Sugarman, a professional psychologist, was a former Executive Director of the Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE), Co-Founder of the Bolsa Chica Stewardship Group, and author of The Blueprint for Planetary Evolution. […]
As for the SEE [Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs], which granted the IHC $338,689 in 2003 and $143,568 in 2004, where its funds ultimately come from is unknown, and few of its member groups bother to include details of their sponsors. However, among the plethora of seemingly fringe environmental and social justice projects it counts as members, the SEE provides support to groups with strong Establishment connections.
Consider the Truman Security Forum (TSF), an organisation that describes itself as a “non-partisan, national security institute dedicated to creating a strong principled alternative to conservative national security policies.” The Executive Director of the TSF is Rachel Kleinfeld, a Rhodes scholar and former consultant to the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), and member of the Board of Trustees of the Blue Fund, a body dedicated to securing corporate support for the Democrats. On the TSF’s seven-member Board of Advisers we find former Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) President Leslie Gelb, former Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, and former Secretary of Defense, William Perry.
As for the Rockefeller connection, it appears to have jumped the SEE and landed in the IHC. In its 990 form for 2005, the innocuous Philanthropic Collaborative (New York) is identified as donating $40,000 to the IHC. A search on the internet reveals the Philanthropic Collaborative to be an offshoot of Rockefeller Philanthropic Advisers, itself a non-profit offshoot of Rockefeller Financial Services (Strom 2002). Established in 2002, Rockefeller Philanthropic Advisers (on its board: Clayton Rockefeller, Sharon P. Rockefeller and Steven C. Rockefeller, Jr.) created the Philanthropic Collaborative so its clients can “make gifts inside and outside the United States, participate in funding consortia, and operate non-profit initiatives.”
Icke has previously denounced the Rockefeller family as “reptilian full-bloods” (Icke, 1999, 45) and the “bloodline branch managers in America … who, quite provably, decide who is going to be President” (ibid, 190). Icke is also on record describing the Rockefeller Foundation as a “tax-exempt New World Order front” (Icke, 1997, 133), as well as claiming that it set CIA policy (ibid, 285), and has funded research into computers that can control the human mind (ibid, 374). Icke warned that the Rockefeller Foundation is part of an “endless web of interconnecting groups” that interlocks with the Illuminati and other sinister organisations (1999, 263). In fact, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Rockefeller Family Fund and the Rockefeller-connected Mellon Foundations “poured millions into the environmental campaigns and pressure groups” to create the modern green movement (Icke, 1997, 243).
According to Icke, Rhodes Scholars, such as Kleinfeld, are “selected by the Brotherhood,” in accordance with their “genetic history,” to be “indoctrinated into the ‘world government’ Agenda.” Icke notes that most Rhodes Scholars “return to their own countries and enter positions of overt or covert power” (Icke, 1999, 218). TSF Advisor Madeleine Albright is a “Brotherhood initiate” and the “High Priestess of U.S. politics” who “knows about the U.S. government mind-controlled slaves and supports that policy” (Icke, 1999, 340). Her colleague, Leslie Gelb, is easily condemned given that the CFR controls U.S. foreign policy, and its goal is “to introduce world government” (Icke, 1997, 85). Secretary of Defense, William Perry, whom Icke identifies as a Bilderberger (Icke, 1999, 267), belongs to a secretive organisation that is part of “a highly effective network of manipulation which comprises a very significant element of the secret government of the world” (Icke, 1997, 138). […]
Another donor of interest on the IHC’s 990 Form for 2005 is the Tides Foundation, which donated $55,000. […]
Any reader of David Icke’s books would know the origins of the Tides Foundation’s money alone would make it a suspect institution. Most of these foundations, claims Icke, form part of the “network of so-called tax-exempt foundations started by the Carnegie, Rockefeller, and Ford families, which help to fund the New World Order plan” (Icke, 1997, 67). To make matters more interesting, sitting on the Tides Foundation’s Board of Directors is [Jewish gangster dynasty heiress] Joanie Bronfman.
Bronfman is described in glowing terms on the Tides website and in its Annual Reports as a “long-time advocate for social justice and donor activism.” Bronfman has been identified by various sources as an “heiress to the Seagram whiskey fortune” (Noah 2001) and as a member of the “Old Money … Bronfman family” (Marcus, 1989, 266). A professional “wealth counsellor,” Joanie Bronfman has established herself as an expert helping the rich overcome the malicious social practice of “wealthism.” She explained this hitherto undiagnosed condition her 1987 PhD thesis, The Experience of Inherited Wealth: A Social-Psychological Perspective: “Wealthism includes those actions or attitudes that dehumanize or objectify wealthy people, simply because they are wealthy. The main attitudes of wealthism are envy, awe and resentment. . . . Wealthism differs from the other ‘isms’ in that racism and sexism are perpetrated by those who have power, whereas wealthism is directed at those who have power.”
Bronfman has devoted a lot of time to convincing the wealthy that being rich can be positive experience. The Tides Foundation website notes that Joanie Bronfman had previously “served on the boards of Tides Canada and the Threshold Foundation, where she was a founder of Threshold’s Social Justice Committee.” Tides Canada has made its contribution to our future by distributing copies of Al Gore’s doom-laden presentation on global warming, An Inconvenient Truth, to schools in Canada.
All of this would seem to be a trivial matter, except that David Icke has repeatedly attacked the Bronfman family of Canada, the founders of the same Seagrams liquor company, as respectively: an “underworld family” (Icke 1997, 290); “a reptilian bloodline and very close to the Rothschilds” (Icke, 2001, 387); one of the Illuminati’s “key bloodlines” (Icke, 2001, 410); and as the “Illuminati Bronfman family” (Icke, 2003, 411). More significantly Icke has claimed that it was “the Bronfmans, through various front organizations and stooges,” who were behind a global campaign to suppress his books and speaking tours (Icke 2001, 387). But now he has teamed up with an organization that receives money from a foundation with a Bronfman on its board.
An audience poll at Victor Thorn’s old WingTV had David Icke show up at number eight in a list of the top ten government plants and shills active in the post-9/11 alternative media. Only number eight? Listen to the following interview of Icke by faux populist and comedian Russell Brand and take notice of how, with the host’s assistance, the lizard slayer comfortably segues from 9/11 truth into the existence of UFOs and “non-human intervention in life on earth”:
— Reptoid Hunter (@Reptoid_Hunter) September 11, 2015
If nothing else, the reptilian theory has furnished a tongue-in-cheek lingo to Twitterites like Brooks Bayne and Aryan Skynet’s own Don Logan; but, in all seriousness, David Icke has done untold damage to the reputation of alternative news and opinion. As for Jared Cohn, his movie is just the zillionth iteration of the documentary film-within-a-film horror gooferama so ubiquitous to the twenty-first century and fit only for those who find the brilliance in scenes of ditzy women delivering lines like “Oh my fucking God! That’s it. I’m out of here!” He gives his ultimate game away, however, by casting himself in the dual role of documentarian and crypto-lizard predator Chip – who, true to his name, sports one on his shoulder as he casually dispatches his victims in violent acts of imaginary ethnic redress.
P.S. – Anybody who, for whatever sad reason, still thinks Alex Jones has the least scrap of credibility as a truth seeker is advised to watch this video.