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Entry from October 24, 2010
“To have your head in the sand, you have to first be on your knees”

David Icke, an author of “New Age conspiracism,” was on the Alex Jones Infowars radio show on October 24, 2010, repeating a favorite phrase: “To have your head in the sand, you have to first be on your knees.” The phrase means that it’s bad enough to have one’s “head in the sand” and to ignore what’s going on in the world. To have one’s “head in the sand,” a person must first be on one’s knees. For a person to ignore the realities of the world, submission is a necessity.

Icke argues that a person should not have a “head in the sand” and shouldn’t live on one’s knees.

Wikipedia: David Icke
David Vaughan Icke (pronounced /ˈaɪk/; born April 29, 1952) is an English writer, public speaker, and former media personality best known for his views on what he calls “who and what is really controlling the world”. Describing himself as the most controversial speaker and author in the world, he has written 16 books explaining his position, dubbed “New Age conspiracism”, and has attracted a substantial following across the political spectrum. His 533-page The Biggest Secret (1999) has been called the conspiracy theorist’s Rosetta Stone.

Icke was a well-known BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party. In 1990, he visited Faith Healer and Psychic, Betty Shine, under the auspice of consulting her regarding his progressive rheumatoid arthritis, but was informed during the session that he was a healer placed on Earth for a purpose. In April 1991 he announced on the BBC’s Terry Wogan show that he was the son of God, and predicted that the world would soon be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes. The show changed his life, turning him practically overnight from a respected household name into an object of ridicule.

He continued nevertheless to develop his ideas, and in four books published over seven years—The Robots’ Rebellion (1994), And the Truth Shall Set You Free (1995), The Biggest Secret (1999), and Children of the Matrix (2001)—set out a moral and political worldview that combines New-Age spiritualism with a passionate denunciation of what he sees as totalitarian trends in the modern world. At the heart of his theories lies the idea that a secret group of reptilian humanoids called the Babylonian Brotherhood controls humanity, and that many prominent figures are reptilian, including George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II, Kris Kristofferson, and Boxcar Willie.

Icke has been criticized for arguing that the reptilians were the original authors of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion—a 1903 Russian forgery purporting to be a plan by the Jewish people to achieve world domination—a claim that has attracted the attention of the far right and the suspicion of Jewish groups. Icke strongly denies there is anything antisemitic about this. He was allowed to enter Canada in 1999 only after persuading immigration officials that when he said lizards, he meant lizards, but his books were still removed from the shelves of Indigo Books, a Canadian chain, after protests from the Canadian Jewish Congress. Icke’s problems in Canada became the focus in 2001 of a documentary by British journalist Jon Ronson, David Icke, the Lizards and the Jews.

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“in order to put your head in the sand, you have to First be on your Knees”
David Icke

David Icke’s Official Forums
18-05-2010, 05:21 PM
In his talk in brixton he said ‘you have to be on your knees to have your head in the sand’ so I assume that is what he is making reference to - having our heads in the sand, and the metaphorical slave/sexual/worshipping reverberations ‘on your knees’ conjures.

Herald-Sun (Australia)
Harold replied to PJ
Thu 07 Oct 10 (02:09pm)
By the way to have your head in the sand you have to have be on your knees.

First Contact Radio Blog
HelmetBlissta says:
October 10, 2010 at 2:48 pm
“To have your head in the sand, you have to be on your knees”.

Australian Politics Forum
Re: Kevin Bracken says 9/11 Inside Job
Reply #72 - Oct 23rd, 2010, 5:45am

and many millions now stand where they once knelt for to
put your head in the sand you have to be on your knees
do you not?

Alex Jones’ Infowars (October 24, 2010 show)
Alex talks with Republican Congressman for the 14th congressional district of Texas, Ron Paul, founder of Campaign for Liberty and author of numerous published articles and books, including End The Fed and The Revolution: A Manifesto. Alex also talks with former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Napolitano, host of the Fox Business Channel show Freedom Watch and writer, public speaker, and former media personality David Icke, the former BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party and author of numerous books, DVDs, and video presentations.

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