ISIS The Start of World War III? David Icke with Luke Rudkowski

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to David Icke about his predictions with ISIS and the possible start of WWIII. David breaks down many esoteric historical writings and the current political situation that can lead to bringing in other countries to war.

Via We Are Change.


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

7 Comments on "ISIS The Start of World War III? David Icke with Luke Rudkowski"

  1. why do you entertain this man? makes me wonder if everything else you post is potentially bullshit

  2. Number1Framer | Jul 29, 2014 at 9:43 am |

    Ugh. Rudkowski is dubious sensationalism and shitty, irritating conjecture alone. How can we make him better? David Icke. Let’s toss him into the mix.

  3. Burnt Ryan | Jul 29, 2014 at 4:38 pm |

    I agree. I mean, I just voted for “ad hominem” as my favorite fallacy, but associating disinfo with Luke and David really damages your guys’ credibility. They’re two of the loudest, most zealous, secular sensationalist weirdos out there.

    It’s stuff like this (along with RT editorial videos) that are changing this site from the cure for misinformation, to propaganda for the cultural fringe.

    • I can empathize with that perspective, and in some ways I think you are right–there’s way more “cultural fringe propaganda” here than I recall from a few years back.

      However, one could also see it as an invitation to participate in the community and contribute to deconstructing the frame in the comments section. Personally, it is this interactivity that keeps me coming back for more. And frankly, disinformation is an arms race–we get better at spotting it, they get better at making it.

      And while I understand your distrust of RT, the topics and information Abby Martin reports on are generally more on point than not (whether or not she is herself a macguffin remains largely ad hominem).

      Everything You Know Is Wrong(© I assume)

      Consider it a call to arms to prevent people passively consuming information.

      • Burnt Ryan | Jul 30, 2014 at 5:21 pm |

        It used to seem like your perspective was accurate to me, but lately it’s seemed more like they are jumping on the “talking head”, reactionary pundit bandwagon. Each week it has become harder and harder for me to differentiate them from all the other half-baked news portals and blogs out there.

        Believe me, it saddens me to say this. I want to believe I’m wrong, but (as the old Disinfo taught me) when I analyze and question the media presented here, it just doesn’t seem that way.

    • The fringe culture that Disinfo represents used to be more curiosity and imagination-driven, but it has since become much more ideological.

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