Lisa wrote:David Icke, one of the interviewes also beleives that in the correct light, members of the royal family can be seen for what they really are, reptiles and 5G is the cause of the Wuhan virus!
I was thinking of mentioning that Icke is in there and here is someone already possibly dismissive (if not then I apologize). You can ignore whatever he says, even if he has other crazy ideas, at least here he says nothing extraordinary and the clip from his second interview makes a point relating to this. He claims a tactic of the British establishment when things are getting too hot is to trot out somebody who makes the same accusations as genuine whistle blowers/victims so they are all connected in the public's mind by the media and then of course the person is revealed to be a fraud. Now everyone else is also tarred and ignored as a fraud and matter put to bed by the media. To hell with Icke, but there are so many more witnesses with nothing crazy about them.
Ignoring Icke (and ofcourse I don't agree with his lizard nonsense, the old adage of crazy people also say correct things ..), the former police officers (including the senior one not interviewed but mentioned and who was eventually forced out of the service), royal security personnel, child abuse victim claimant, senior Peer, MPs and journalists claiming to have dozens and dozens of victims and care home personnel's testimonies? There are plenty of cases with far less accusers which are given extensive coverage by the media and considered as good as guilty, the metoo movement has had even less allegations required. What nobody can deny is that the media coverage and pop culture reference to certain events is vastly disproportionate (you can even quantify this with number of articles, length of articles, weeks of coverage, specific mentions words within articles) versus other stories with crimes of the same level or even worse and there is no credible explanation except the perpetrators or victims differ (some groups are "chosen" and automatically receive more coverage and sympathy in the liberal media global order, as hindus would surely have noticed).
Also let's not forget, in another major scandal relating to the Paki child grooming gangs, it's more or less confirmed that senior police officials deliberately covered up and downplayed the problem based on the profile of the perpetrators and not a damn thing has happened to them or likely will happen. And here the crimes were (and are still being) committed by people belonging to a different ethnic group and religion. So what are the chances there would be no cover up for their own elites? Can anyone seriously dismiss this or not hold the law enforcement apparatus in the UK in contempt?
Most of all, if this was some other country, say India, a tiny fraction of this would be required to constantly characterize the country and would be the first thing mentioned every time the country came up by the BBC and such. There would not even be use of the word "alleged", it would be pretty much considered fact. A single testimony of a police officer would be enough to generate dozens of documentaries with slow shots and somber music, dozens of articles and books, discussion panels and conferences, academic courses and theses. And here you have across decades multiple senior people saying the same thing and there is crickets.
As members of this site, well aware of the crap their media and organizations use to characterize us, we should hardly be dismissive, rather record and promote this to throw in their faces, something they would not even hesitate to do even when the evidence is obviously fake. This is an actual gold mine, this is an emotional and visceral issue far more powerful than any counter arguments and rational arguments about their system's corruption anyone can come up with, this far exceeds the brutal delhi rapes which are still associated with India and were played for months on end, this (along with the child grooming and arrogant dismissal of those child victims' testimonies by the police, can you imagine if that happened in India how it would be examined as a wider critique of sexism and gender inequality in the country, misogynistic hinduism, backwardness of police and brutality of administration and on and on) and should be constantly brought up in all arguments, promoted on social media, be part of the public consciousness. If this was any other community (say middle eastern country), this would be jumped on and smugly used to shut down an discussion by them about sexual violence in their countries (not that they need because they are often part of the "chosen" groups treated with kid gloves by the liberal media, with special care to never mention islam). The police cover up part has no answer, easy fodder to use against desi liberals always claiming authority from western based sources.