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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    Oh lord!

    Banning him isn't going to stop the conspiracy from spreading. It will likely have the opposite effect.

    Normal folks know lizard people aren't a thing.
    What?

    Of course they are. They live in a massive underground base in Dulce, NM. Or is that the Greys?

    Anyway, they are out there and they are shape shifters and they use cattle to incubate human/alien hybrids. They have an underground tunnel system that extends all the way to Taos. They are vile creatures who smoke Swisher Sweets and White Owl cigars (okay, I just made that part up, but the rest of it true).

    True story... Years ago, I was the security advisor to the President of the Jicarilla Apache so I had to spend some time around Dulce. I was at a ranch not far from Dulce one day actually investigating (I kid you not) some cattle mutilations that had occurred nearby and talking to the ranch manager and asked if he had seen anything suspicious activity in the area. He said "No, I ain't seen nobody but my ranch hands and the aliens" and he wasn't talking about Illegals.

    The Dulce Base thing has actually been good for the tourist trade in Dulce. Every year, they have a couple of conferences that bring in UFO fanatics from all over. That is kind of a good thing because there is nothing else in Dulce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Sense View Post
    Countries are free to disallow entry to whoever they want. Particularly ridiculous conspiracy nuts who are only going to stir up trouble and force their police to afford them protection. Besides, anyone who is delusional enough to believe in lizard people, is clearly suffering from an unpredictable mental illness, or is just really dumb.
    No more than Democrats.
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    But it's okay for the "weapons of mass destruction" people to travel freely to any country they please. Sounds real fair and equal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    No 1st Amendment in Euro-land. There the State decides what speech is allowed and what speech is verboten.

    ‘Lizard Elite’ Conspiracy Theorist Banned from 26 European Countries





    The Dutch government has banned the controversial British conspiracy theorist David Icke from entering the Netherlands and basically all of the EU over concerns he poses a threat to public order, officials announced on Thursday.


    Icke, a former footballer and sports broadcaster who is one of the world’s most high-profile conspiracy theorists, had been scheduled to speak at a “peace” rally by a conspiracist movement in Amsterdam on Sunday protesting the Ukraine war, the Dutch government and energy prices. Dutch news service RTL Nieuws reported that the decision had been made following consultations between the Dutch immigration service, police and the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism.


    Icke confirmed the ban, posting a scan of a 5-page letter from the Dutch immigration service to his website. The letter stated the entry ban extended to the entire Schengen visa-free area of 26 European countries, for two years. The letter stated that the ban was due to concerns his presence at an Amsterdam rally planned for Sunday could lead to “a disturbance of public order.”


    Icke, who since the pandemic has emerged as a key voice in the global COVID conspiracist “freedom” movement, had been scheduled to deliver the keynote speech at a demo organised by Samen Voor Nederland (Together For The Netherlands), a group which emerged in opposition to coronavirus-related restrictions.


    Ciaran O’Connor, a senior analyst at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, said the group had become known for “promoting many baseless and false conspiracy theories and claims about the Great Reset, COVID-19 or the invasion of Ukraine.” He said the group regularly promoted far-right politics and conspiracy ideologies, and regularly referred to Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as a dictator.


    The letter from Dutch immigration authorities announcing the ban also referred to the anti-Semitic overtones of Icke’s defining conspiracy ideology – that the world is secretly controlled by a global elite of shape-shifting, child-sacrificing reptilians.



    I wonder what the people think of that? Because the government is basically saying that their citizens either can't or should nopt be allowed to, make up their own minds. How could those citizens be OK with that

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    Quote Originally Posted by donttread View Post
    I wonder what the people think of that? Because the government is basically saying that their citizens either can't or should nopt be allowed to, make up their own minds. How could those citizens be OK with that
    The Euros are further on the road to a technocratic autocracy (rule by experts who will tell you what to think) than the US is. But we are on that road too lead by US progressives.
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    Should radical imams be allowed unfettered entry access to preach their hate and violence under the protections of free speech?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Lily View Post
    Should radical imams be allowed unfettered entry access to preach their hate and violence under the protections of free speech?
    I am not sure what the current state of that is in Euroland. They don't have protections like the US constitution. I expect they keep the radicals under tight surveillance.
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