Thursday, April 14, 2011

Swedes Again Welcome Author of Alien Reptile Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories

Photo: Klarg of Gorn Self-Help Website
Recently we saw that the Swedish group “Anarchos” has announced that it is again inviting UK conspiracy theorist David Icke to speak in Stockholm on May 8th—it’s a book promo of sorts for Icke.
Anarchos says that it “questions, challenges, reappraises and sometimes even provokes the conventional and main stream views and opinions in society”.  They also claim they “translate and provide, in Swedish, unique books of high quality with a content that are not previously available in Swedish in book form".  
Since I had never heard of Icke, I started digging around. Turns out that he has written a number of conspiracy theory books in which the “lizard people” from the constellation Draco control the world. It seems that these aliens have interbred with humans and the aliens and their half-breed spawn are controlling a lot of what goes on in the world. Oh, and Icke has also called himself the “son of God”.
Why does Anarchos claim this is “high quality” or even deserves “book form” when it sounds more like a cheap summer thriller movie than something anyone with a brain would take seriously? Surprisingly, not only does Icke have a following, but  his remarks on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion—that the authors “knew the game plan”—and other statements show him to be not just a nut, but an anti-Semite. He’s also questioned the Holocaust and has his own ideas about who was “really” responsible for 9/11. In fact, he appeared on a Canadian government list of racists and anti-Semites barred from entering Canada.

In a recent blog post he spews bile as he refers to someone who has circulated a photo what appears to be a disguised Palestinian missile launcher as:
-“...obviously Pro-Israeli War Crime, a proponent of the genocide of an occupied people...or maybe just a paid shill, an internet troll mouthpiece paid by AIPAC for this type of PR work...and only an uneducated zionist-friendly [re]tard could believe something so stupid”...

In a 2009 blog, Ted Ekeroth of the Sweden Democrats commented on left-wing extremist group Anarchos’ promotion of Icke and his work. Ekeroth described Icke as writing “gross anti-Semitic material”, and scoffed at Icke’s reptilian domination theories.

It is pathetic and deplorable that Icke is popular enough in Sweden to make a return visit profitable for him and his promoters at Anarchos, and for his website to include Swedish near the top of its language options.  Maybe what Anarchos means by challenging mainstream thought is denying the Holocaust and spouting outlandish and anti-Semitic conspiracies. If that’s Anarchos’ game, and the Swedish authorities are interested in stopping hate speech, Icke should be denied entry into Sweden.
By Chanah Shapira

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