David Icke resurrecting the Satanic Panic

When David Icke’s research is thoroughly cross-checked, sadly the holes become apparent. I critique two pages from Children of the Matrix, where he discusses the Church of Satan’s Anton LaVey and the Temple of Set’s Michael Aquino. Icke fails to see behind the propaganda, is sloppy and innacurate in the details he states, makes outrageous statements without qualification, and most dangerous of all he traffiks in rumour, assassinating someone’s character in the vilest terms on the basis of nothing more than a conversation he had with a “witness” he refuses to name!

I have no vested interest in bad-mouthing Icke or in praising the CoS. As someone who knows something about Satanism, I am merely trying to be accurate with the facts. (No doubt someone will still accuse me of being a Satanist or Illuminati agent or some such.)

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2 thoughts on “David Icke resurrecting the Satanic Panic

  1. vhillkassel says:

    Thanks for your input, Daryl. Very helpful and enlightening for me.

  2. A Friend says:

    Hi Daryl,

    Thank you for the information. I do appreciate your perspective. Again one must ask how do you know what you know? You heard it from some one else…

    From what I understand Michael Aquino is or was pretty high up there in Army Intel.
    He, as you know, wrote a (or maybe the) book on Psy-Ops.
    I actually feel (and at times think) he created Prisido BS to draw attention to himself. Knowing full well he was innocent.

    Also is there any real difference between these two other than tavistock being involved:

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