David Icke Books Are Illegal Contraband In U.S Jails

WeAreChange caught up with Keith Pantaleon, who was recently spent 35 days at the Hudson Country Correctional facility for gun possession. Watch the first video about Keith to learn more about his story: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oJfsCMpecU&list=UUhwwoeOZ3EJPobW83dgQfAg

In this interview Keith gives us a look into spending time in jail, where he found out that David Icke books are considered illegal contraband.

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Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of WeAreChange.org.

23 Comments on "David Icke Books Are Illegal Contraband In U.S Jails"

  1. Not surprising that the jails would limit information. The last thing they want is for anything to agitate the inmates. Works the same way on the outside as well.
    The thing with Icke, and I think he actually makes some very valid points viz our current sociopolitical situation, is that when he starts talking about reptoids and the like, he looses all credibility with me, and surely with a lot of other people as well. He is just too easy to mock and discredit as a total crank.
    The lizard thing works as metaphor, but as fact, the way he presents it, not so much. Too bad really.

  2. How preposterous to learn that inmates can watch all the HBO they want, but they are only allowed to spend 45 minutes in the library 🙁

    Reminds me so much of the movie They Live –which I think was a major influence to Icke at the beginning of his career

  3. Anarchy Pony | Mar 27, 2013 at 1:51 pm |


  4. Icke writes some pretty revolutionary shit. Especially when he was writing this stuff about ten years ago when not a lot of other people were.

    • I prefer Behold a Pale Horse by William Cooper

      Mysterious Death > Shape changing Reptoids

      You can DL the audio for Behold… here http://archive.org/details/WilliamCooper-beholdAPaleHorse

      • Agreed, agreed, agreed…

        I’ve told this story before here… Long ago – pre 911 days, ’99 or ’00 – I was working in the telecom industry and was sitting in the switch house in Omaha. We were surfing the web because we had our own ISP and it was super fast. Anyway, I was looking at David Icke’s site and he said that he had formerly served as Dr. Cameron of the Montauk Project. For those that don’t know Dr. Cameron was the lead researcher in that infamous CIA mind control project of the same name.

        Now I really don’t care if anyone believes me or not. I know what I read. And I have since tried to watch some of his stuff. He is very personable and easy to watch. (Hmm?!) But every time I try, I keep focusing back on reading that and before long I have lost the thread of what he was saying.

        Now I don’t blame him. It was the Clinton era and there wasn’t much going on at the moment but everybody doing well, not that I was or am a fan of Clinton, but it looked like peace was about to break out for real, military spending was down and for once it felt like we were headed in the right direction. Yeah, there was Mina AR, and Ruby Ridge and Oklahoma City in our recent past but no one was anxious to invade a country that wasn’t responsible on some trumped up charges.

        So for David, it was a slow news decade, and David depends on something for income, I guess speaking engagements… I don’t think he does DVDs for sale, but I could be wrong. Therefore I am assuming that David was “trying to generate some sort of controversy” to quote Monty Python, but he went down in flames for me right then.

        Bill Cooper? Now he was the genuine article. Although, in the early ’90s when I read that book I had a hard time swallowing it. All that crap about FEMA made no sense then. Who had ever heard of FEMA then? I had seen the TEMA (Tennessee) office everyday as I drove to work, but they were located next to the TN Nat. Guard and generally looked like they were asleep in that little office. Back then I had the impression that Bill was being Chicken Little here.

        Since then however…

  5. Anarchy Pony | Mar 27, 2013 at 10:10 pm |

    Learn to spell, robot scum!

  6. Anarchy Pony | Mar 27, 2013 at 10:10 pm |

    Learn to spell, robot scum!

  7. his work is mainly paranoiac delusion, so it’s not like it matter. pretty sure they can still check The Wretched of the Earth, Discipline and Punish and other works which would actually be valuable for their condition

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