We Are Not Alone
January 20, 2005 6:06 AM   Subscribe

Oh, the Humanity! "I'm a professional musician & I would like to share with you a song that I have just completed, I consider to be one of my most important and controversial pieces of work to date..." [via] I'm looking forward to the next versions of, "Sirhan Sirhan, who are you?" and "Oswald was a patsy."
posted by gsb (10 comments total)
Um? Is that the real David Icke? The ex-BBC sports commentator?
posted by Pretty_Generic at 6:13 AM on January 20, 2005

Good ol' David Icke, lizard-men and Illuminati galore. I can't wait.
posted by moonbird at 6:13 AM on January 20, 2005

Night enfolds her cloak of holes
Around the river meadow.
Old moon-light stalks by broken ploughs
Hides spokeless wheels in shadow.
Sentries lean on thorn wood spears
Blow on their hands, stare eastwards.


The mansion is warm, at the top of the hill
Rich are the rooms and the comforts there
Red are the arms of luxuriant chairs
And you won't know a thing till you get inside

Dead president's corpse in the driver's car
The engine runs on glue and tar
Come on along, not goin' very far
To the East to meet the Czar

posted by Smart Dalek at 6:18 AM on January 20, 2005

See also The Orb
posted by Pretty_Generic at 6:22 AM on January 20, 2005

Smart Dalek, are you suggesting that Jim Morrison's death was not in fact an accident and that he was killed by the illuminati because he had proof that they were our lizard overlords and was trying to alert us through his lyrics? Cause I gotta say, I'm intrigued.
posted by isthisthingon at 7:19 AM on January 20, 2005

Wow. That's the best thing I've heard since Rockwell! (note: horrifying music alert)
posted by miss lynnster at 8:05 AM on January 20, 2005

The following is taken from David Icke's website, and is NSFW. It details one woman's encounter with your veep and mine, Dick Cheney. (Another Reptilian, natch.)

Dick Cheney had an apparent addiction to the thrill of the sport. He appeared obsessed with playing A Most Dangerous Game as a means of traumatizng mind-control victims, as well as to satisfy his own perverse sexual kinks. My introduction to the game occured upon arrival at the hunting lodge near Greybull, Wyoming, and it physically and psychologically devastated me. I was sufficiently traumatized for Cheneys programming as I stood naked in his hunting lodge office after being hunted down and caught. Cheney was talking as he paced around me: I could stuff you and mount you like a jackalope and call you a two-legged dear. Or I could stuff you with this (he unzipped his pants to reveal his oversized penis) right down to your throat and then mount you. Which do you prefer?

(Can't link to the article...if you're perverse enough to wonder how it ends, go to davidicke.com, library, articles, and scroll halfway down the long list to Bush Chooses Child Abuser and Rapist as Running Mate)
posted by kozad at 8:51 AM on January 20, 2005

Yes Pretty_Generic, that's the original David Icke, a bit loopy. I think there's an old Wogan interview just after he turned -- a classic.

The Orb thing, that's the "Naked" diatribe, right?
posted by gsb at 9:28 AM on January 20, 2005

As Neil Innes (best known for his Rutles and Monty Python work) says when introducing his "Protest Song":

"Ladies and gentleman, I've suffered for my music, now it's your turn."
posted by escorter at 11:01 AM on January 20, 2005

linked Icke article on Cheney here.

out of frameset, fyi.
posted by retronic at 11:04 AM on January 20, 2005

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