David Icke: The Photos from Gaza that People Don’t Want to See—and Why [video]

David Icke posted a photo of a child wounded in the horrific war zone in Gaza and shared on the Internet by Palestinians to alert the world as to what is truly transpiring, and there were mixed reactions to that image. People fell into three camps, he explains.

Interesting… but perhaps not surprising.

Many people would STILL rather hide their heads in the sand than DO anything about the deplorable situation on this planet. What will it take to route them out?  ~ BP

The David Icke Videocast: So Where From Here?

Egyptian Mummy and Bronze Statues Found in Yorkshire, UK

Gee, it’s turning out to be ancient history week at The Big Picture and the picture is getting bigger every day!

Flooded cities and forests, new pyramids, ancient ET time capsules, NEW ISLANDS! and now Egyptians in Britain. When they said amazing things would be revealed to us in the coming days, they weren’t kidding.  History is proving to be far more interesting than they let on.

As for the timing… well, we’ll have to get that sorted because these relics may be dated further back than they say.  These dates may be on Illuminati time and we know they chopped massive chunks of time out of our evolution to hide the truth of our origins and the numerous extraterrestrial races who visited and settled this planet over the millennia.  ~ BP

EXCLUSIVE: Barnsley… Valley of T’ut Kings as Egyptian Mummy is Dug Up

When it comes to bragging, the people of Barnsley haven’t had too much to shout about—until now.


The South Yorkshire town famously gave the nation union firebrand Arthur Scargill, cricket umpire Dickie Bird and chat show host Michael Parkinson of course, not to mention comedian Harry Worth.And back in 1977 it was the first place in the UK to get a bottle bank to recycle glass.

But now it turns out Barnsley has enjoyed a secret and barely believable past.

It has just been revealed that around 2,000 years ago it was home to ancient Egyptians and there may even be mummies buried beneath the streets.

Mummy, Barnsley, Discovered, Yorkshire, Egyptian, Britain, Queen Nefertiti, LuxorIt appears that Barnsley was home to many ancient Egyptians. “Mummies in Yorkshire, how good does it get?”

~ Egyptologist Joann Fletcher

Stunned archaeologists have found a mummy cast which covered the embalmed, linen-wrapped body of a child who was buried around 300AD.They say it proves that embalming and mummifying customs took place in South Yorkshire.

They have also uncovered bronze statues of Egyptian gods.

Forensic tests on ancient human bones found in the area have proved that some of those buried around Barnsley in ancient times had been born and raised in North Africa.

Mummy, Barnsley, Discovered, Yorkshire, Egyptian, Britain, Queen Nefertiti, LuxorThe gypsum mummy cast is among a selection of exhibits now on show.

It is believed the first Egyptian settlers ended up in and around Barnsley of all places thanks to their habit of following the Roman Army on its all-conquering rampage across Europe, arriving in Britain in 43AD.“Mummies in Yorkshire, how good does it get?” said Egyptologist Joann Fletcher, a professor of archaeology at the University of York.

“You don’t think 2,000 years ago ancient Egyptians came to Yorkshire, but they did.”

Due to Yorkshire’s damp climate, the Egyptians living there wrapped the bodies of their dead in linen and then encased the corpse in a layer of gypsum plaster.

Delighted by the discovery of the mummy cast from the child’s grave, Professor Fletcher, who was part of the expedition which claimed to have found the mummy of Egypt’s Queen Nefertiti in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor in 2003, is now dreaming of finding a fully preserved mummy somewhere near Barnsley, but fears it could a decade of digging to find.

Mummy, Barnsley, Discovered, Yorkshire, Egyptian, Britain, Queen Nefertiti, LuxorIf things had been different we could have ended up with the pyramids in Yorkshire rather than Egypt.

“We’ve only just started looking to be honest, because until very recently who knew these existed?” she said.“There’s certainly evidence that Romans in our part of the world were embalming and wrapping in linen their dead, according to Egyptian customs.

“Analysis on some bones shows these individuals were born and raised in North Africa.

“That’s a scientific fact so it really does widen horizons, in some ways it blows your mind.

Mummy, Barnsley, Discovered, Yorkshire, Egyptian, Britain, Queen Nefertiti, LuxorBy eck! What would Dickie Bird make of the news! [GETTY]

“There is evidence around Thurnscoe of burial pits and more work needs to be done because this is just the tip of the iceberg. Come back in 10 years.”The gypsum mummy cast from the child’s grave is among a selection of exhibits now on show at the Experience Barnsley Museum in Barnsley Town Hall.

Egypt became part of the Roman Empire when Mark Antony and his lover Cleopatra, the last pharaoh, were defeated at the Battle of Actium in 31 BC.

One of the silver coins minted in Rome to pay the legionnaires who fought in that historic victory has been found in Darfield, just outside Barnsley.




Vatican Sex Ring Blown by Convicted Priest

Thanks to Facebook and Patrick.

Strap yourselves in, folks.  Posted June 27th.

VATICAN CITY, ROME – The Vatican is being exposed for what it is: the most criminal organization in existence, responsible for more than 10 million crimes worldwide. Now evidence has just surfaced from a pederast priest Patrizio Poggi who is serving time for his crimes, whereby he details the Vatican prostitution ring:

Stopping the Vatican and the Crown; ITCCS Update

Posted on March 26, 2013 by ITCCS (International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and State)

Church actions in five countries mark start of Easter Reclamation Campaign as Queen of England may resign


On the verge of the possible resignation of Elizabeth Windsor as Queen of England, groups in Canada, the United States, England, Ireland and Italy banished the Roman Catholic, Church of England and other churches from their communities as part of an escalating campaign to stop criminal institutions, and arrest their leaders.

The groups staged protests, church occupations and infiltrations of Catholic and Protestant church services. They plan to mobilize even greater numbers for next Easter Sunday.

“The groundswell is finally building because the truth is irrefutable” remarked ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett, who along with Cree activists read and posted the Common Law Court Banishment Order at the main Catholic cathedral in Vancouver, Canada. (see attachments)

“Our campaign is now even forcing the Queen of England to step down because, like the former Pope Benedict, she is personally implicated in crimes against children, and she knows it” .

ITCCS groups in twenty one countries are planning to escalate the reclamation campaign and seize church and Crown property next Easter Sunday, and beyond.

Police forces in these countries will be publicly deputized this week to fulfill their oath of office by assisting the ITCCS enforce the lawful court order of its judicial arm, the International Common Law Court of Justice, of March 5, 2013. This Order commanded the arrest of thirty heads of church and state, including the Queen and the Pope, and banished their organizations from our communities.

Further announcements will be issued this Good Friday, March 29.

Issued 25 March, 2013
ITCCS Central, Brussels

Indigenous members of ITCCS Canada share the truth of Genocide by the Vatican at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Vancouver, Sunday, March 24, 2013 – Cree elder Steemas and Cree-Cowichan activist Shawna Green speak as part of the Easter Reclamation Campaign

ITCCS Serves Holy Rosary Catholic Church the Common Law Court Banishment Proclamation Sunday Morning, March 24th, 2013.


245 Arrested in US – Led Child Sex Abuse Operation

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children CEO John Ryan talks with reporters about the arrests of 245 people in a child sex abuse operation.

Washington (CNN) — An international operation led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement aimed at child pornography and sexual abuse has resulted in the arrest of 245 suspects, officials announced Thursday. All but 23 of the suspects were apprehended in the United States.

The agency said that during the course of Operation Sunflower, law enforcement officers identified 123 victims of child exploitation and removed 44 of those children from their alleged abusers with whom they were living. The other cases involved victims who were exploited by people outside their homes or children who were harmed years ago and are now adults.

Several of the children were shockingly young. Five were under age 3. Nine were between the ages of 4 and 6. Of the 123 victims, 110 lived in the United States in 19 different states. ICE officials did not identify the six other countries where victims were identified or where some of the arrests were made, citing the need to work discreetly with international law enforcement partners.

According to ICE, some of those arrested during Operation Sunflower were registered sex offenders.

Operation Sunflower was conducted in November and December, but efforts are continuing on other cases. During a news conference, ICE Director John Morton said the agency was calling on the public to provide tips and mentioned several open investigations. One of those cases involves the sexual molestation of an unidentified girl thought to be around 13.

Investigators believe the abuse took place about 11 years ago, but the pornographic images were widely circulated. ICE has posted pictures of an unidentified woman and man suspected of abusing the girl on its website. The woman has some distinctive tattoos that investigators hope will lead to tips about her identity.

Based on a forensic analysis of the pornographic images in that case, investigators think the abuse occurred in the Los Angeles or San Fernando Valley area of California. Although the girl may now be an adult, ICE officials want to identify and prosecute the suspects and prevent them from harming new victims.

“Forensic analysis technology has become critical in the fight against child exploitation,” Morton said. “We are coming across these images on the Internet. They are being produced in one country but shared literally around the world, often in real time.”

Morton said ICE works with other law enforcement agencies and with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to look for clues in the pictures of abuse to identify where the acts occurred and track down the victims and perpetrators.

The name Operation Sunflower was chosen to commemorate a case from 2011 in which Danish law enforcement officials shared images and chat board information about a 16-year-old boy who allegedly planned to rape an 11-year-old girl. One image taken from a moving car showed a road sign with a sunflower on it. ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations determined that the road sign was unique to Kansas. Agents were then able to find the exact stretch of road where the picture was taken and to locate the girl.

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