You can call Kate Middleton a lot of things, but well-known conspiracy theorist David Icke chose to describe the demure Duchess as a shape-shifting lizard in an interview on British national TV.
Calling Kate a fly-catching reptile in front of an audience of millions is a bit beyond the pale, but to be fair to David, he’s been calling the British royal family out as scaly, blood-sucking monsters since the 1990s.
The theory goes that the Windsors, formerly known as the Saxe-Coburg-Gothe clan, are one of the 13 ruling families of reptiles who control the media, global finances, religion, and pretty much everything else in the world, exploiting it all for their own diabolical ends.
Alongside Kate Middleton’s extended family, the other 12 clans of lizards are said to be the Rothschilds, Bruces, Cavendishs (Kennedys), De Medicis, Hanovers, Hapsburgs, Krupps, Plantagenets, Rockefellers, Romanovs, Sinclairs, and the Warburgs.
As well as drinking blood, eating flesh, feeding off fear and shape shifting, Kate and the rest of the lizards’ main objective is to enslave the human race.
Apparently Princess Diana was not a lizard, but she discovered the rest of the royals were, and she was so sickened by the discovery that she planned to drop this bombshell on the world’s media. But she was deliberately killed before she could do so.
As for Kate Middleton, her bloodline has already been mingled with the Windsors somewhere in the long distant past, and therefore she was picked to be Prince William’s bride… because she was already a thoroughbred reptile. Or so the theory goes.
As one commentator on the David Icke website sagely said, “Don’t buy the official story where William went to University and just happened to meet random young woman Kate. She was selected by the royals years before as the girl to step into Diana’s shoes These people are always part of the same bloodline.”
Indeed! Yet before we go too far down the rabbit hole, let’s rewind the tape and reflect on what Icke actually said on British national TV.
The Mirror reports that, during a prime political interview with This Week host Andrew Neil, the man who claimed to be the son of the godhead in 1991, was asked if he still held firm to his belief that the royal family were shape-shifting lizards?
Icke replied in the positive:
“Yes I do.
“If you deliver it in one line, the world’s run by reptiles, you go ‘that’s crazy’ – immediate reflex action.
“But when you see the back story and the evidence to support this, ancient modern, you see that throwaway line in a completely different context.”
Icke is renowned for his in-depth and detailed theories on such subjects as 9/11, the Iraq war, and Barack Obama, but by calling Kate Middleton and the rest of the Buckingham Palace mob reptiles, he kind of undermines his credibility in the eyes of many.
Former Tory MP Michael Portillo, who was also appearing on This Week, said that though there had been terrible conspiracies by the powers that be over such things as the Hillsborough tragedy, “intellectually lazy” people who latch on to conspiracy theories just because they distrust authority.
The Inquisitr earlier reported that a satirical piece by Your News Wire, stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin was extremely wary of Queen Elizabeth because he had seen her shape-shift in the flesh.
Watching an old lady turn into a seven-foot lizard with evil-looking beady eyes and a beastly snout must have been terrifying for Putin, but no doubt the Russian bear handed it with his usual aplomb.
Putin was said to have taken Queen Elizabeth’s personal shape-shift show as a personal warning “not to mess” with the high-priestess of the world-ruling Reptilian-Illuminati clique.
Obviously the story was later proved to be a fake, but there are still many who persist in believing Kate Middleton and the rest of the British royals are reptilian in nature, and it is only a matter of time before the rest of us let the scales fall from our eyes and see the real truth.
And until we see Kate in a pair of top of the range snake-skin boots, the Duchess will always be little more than an old dragon to some. How rum!
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