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Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More Paperback – May 1, 2010
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Before I write any more I would just like to say this. If you think that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone gunman, if you think that Osama bin Laden had anything to do with the September 11 attacks, if you think that the United States government or any government has ever fought a war or passed a law for our benefit, don't bother to read any further. Just go back to watching the television. Keep it turned on 24/7 and you will be fine. For everyone else, thank you for reading my words. I am writing them for our mutual benefit.
One of the big reasons I like what Icke says and writes is because I've lived through so much of what he talks about. Or put another way, I already know he's telling the truth and it feels true in my heart chakra to have it confirmed from an external source.
For example I've known for years about the importance of synchronizing the left and right brain hemispheres.Read more ›
The issues I have with this book, is although the information is thought provoking as usual Icke has a habit of reiterating the same information from his previous books, hence as buyers we are paying for the same information twice or even more than that if we own a collection of Icke books. A good 30% of the book at least is reiteration from his earlier work, either repeated or written in a different way. I can understand that some people are reading this information for the first time, and he may want to summarise old information, but he also needs to take into account the people that already know the old stuff, and just want the new information. Perhaps it would be better to use old information as references, or briefly state sentences from earlier books. The second issue I have is with the style of writing and it looks like to me it's changed.Read more ›
It seems Icke is bringing forgotten self-respecting information to those who desire to learn about it during an unprecedented era in human life, in order to help unstick and empower people who desire to be self determined.
Free to think, to feel, to have unique adventures, to protect your dignity, life (and the lives of fragile or voiceless children and nature) this seems to be the alert. Icke exposes over-chemicalized, sadistic or ignorant living, but most shocking is elite policies or expanding tracking, surveillance, invasions of private lives with cameras and imposed undignified searches (for example invasive radiation scans or touching pat downs for law abiding people to be able to fly) and military, medical martial law on law abiding people. No thanks to that, I prefer mutual respect, co-existence, free informed choice in consenting, trustworthy, honourable relationships.
After learning about this it made me think: "What's wrong with this increasingly controlling military-medical corporate picture?" Isn't a technological era supposed to be more shared respect, ideas, understanding of the fragility of nature, the importance of free choice to humans and more communication and fun?Read more ›
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Amazing book! I feel sorry for those who are not YET ready to accept and understand the TRUE world we live in today. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angela
amazing. breathtaking , shame some people won't even glance at it.Published 3 months ago by Phil Kay
It's absolutely a fascinating book to read, one of a kind and also my first book from David Icke to read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ecurial
I do believe that David Icke knows a lot but I don't agree in everything that stands in the book.Published 8 months ago by Hanne Larsen