“Hello and welcome to this week’s David Icke video-cast.
Well, you will have noticed that public attention has been switched and just how easy it is to do that.
We’ve had two years of on-going covid fascism and yet suddenly – and clearly with great coordination – almost everywhere has rolled back the covid narrative, and said,
“Oh no! Forget that! Whoa!”
…And people go [gestures in the direction of a pointed finger]
Forget that the same characters condemning the abuse of life and Human Rights have spent the last two years destroying both. Forget that the same people are guilty of mass-murder worldwide through their covid restrictions and their fake-vaccines. The catastrophe of which continues to unfold.
Forget all that.
Forget that we destroyed freedom, and what we call democracy. For get that because we are now defenders of freedom and democracy.
Forget about the Nuremberg Trials that we all should be appearing before for crimes against Humanity. Lets instead look over there!
Look over here! War!
And condemn someone else for Crimes Against Humanity.
Ukraine is run by corrupt oligarchs – through which Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, have made millions.
And it has a court system that is so corrupt it’s not worth having at all.
This is a interview on French TV with a lady from Ukraine and I’m sure they must have had her on thinking that she was going to give the party line and the narrative. The narrative of course – you’ve seen it since this started: “Zalensky is a hero! He’s defending freedom and democracy!”
No he’s not.
He’s running a corrupt regime controlled by oligarchs which is ultimately controlled buy the United States.
So anyway this Ukraine lady gets on this French television show and let’s just say… Didn’t give them the ‘party line’…”
Victoria: Ukrainian ex-pat in France:
“The root of this conflict was starting to show in 2014.
At least 2 million Ukrainians are living day to day in terrible conditions.
This year’s heating bills are greater than before yet wages are so low.
People here spend half their monthly wages on heating costs.
Life is indeed difficult here.
Why should we defend this puppet president and government? (The one we have now. Not the one Putin might be planning to install.)
People on the internet are saying Ukrainians are in a difficult position. That’s indeed true.
The government is changing non-stop. The economy is tanking, corruption is everywhere.
He [Zelensky] is by no means a democratic leader: He’s banned 4 opposition TV channels.
There were also journalists who mysteriously disappeared.
People say that Russian journalists are constantly killed. But Ukrainian journalists are killed as well. A lot of journalists have been killed these past few years.
It’s complicated, it’s just that nobody talks about it.”