Israeli influence in Australia is once again showing its warts as David Icke has been banned from visiting its shores following outrageous claims by pro-zionist hate groups, the Anti-Defamation Commission and the Executive Council of Australian Jewry.
One look at their social media pages of the groups and you see non-stop pandering to the role of playing the victim and hateful undertones to other countries in the middle east region.
Heaven forbid we live in an era where people are allowed to question the world and the way it’s run, as Mr Icke has inspired many to do.
Instead we are left with pro-agenda run hate groups that try censor people they don’t agree with and scream ‘anti-semitism’ to anyone they disagree with.
If anything, acts like censoring people like Mr Icke, based on outright lies, is only going to generate anger among the public as to why others can now decide who they can or can’t listen to.
In Australia children at the schools across the country are taught about the holocaust, as they should, being that it’s part of history and we don’t want these types of things to happen again to any human being.
However much greater effort is placed on educating them of the what happened to the jews, and many other groups (although that is not taught), than there is on educating Australians on our own history and the Aboriginals.
We are not taught about World War 1, Vietnam, or any other war, rather just the holocaust. All because Israeli influence over the education, political and many other systems in Australia is so entrenched and overpowering.
Even looking at the board of these zionist hate groups such as the Anti-Defamation Council and you will see two former Australian Prime Ministers in John Howard and Bob Hawke.
That is the connection with these groups and our politicians, they are the main funders. Even Tony Abbott’s main funder was Israeli. This is not being anti-semitic, it’s stating facts.
Anyone who knows David’s work knows that he is not a holocaust denier, is not anti-semitic and even publicly stated it on national television this week. What David does say about the jewish community is that based on the population there is a disproportionate number of jewish people in positions of power in the government, media, Hollywood and other areas of influence. Once again, he is basically pointing out a fact.
If you pointed out a similar a fact of another group of people there would be no issue, however it is well known, although not loudly spoken, that critiquing Israel or the jewish people is not allowed in any shape or form.
David has spoken in Australia to packed out audiences 10 times in the past, however in the modern era of censoring of ideas, enough was enough for these zionist organisations with deep ties in Australian politics, as pointed out above.
You can disagree with someone, as I’m sure we all do and would with anyone, but once you start silencing people you disagree with and make up lies…that’s the point where freedom dies.
Here is a statement on the situation from David issued on his Twitter account:
— David Icke (@davidicke) February 20, 2019
Our interview with David Icke back in 2016:
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Despite Facebook selling users private data without their permission and banning people at the request of Governments.