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Keith Allen is stark raving mad isn't he? He made a Diana conspiracy documentary,

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Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 04:33:32

Five years ago. How did I not know?

I'm watching it with my jaw on the table.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jFkkRF-nXg

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 04:33:59

I mean mad as in actually David Icke level delusional.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 04:41:41

I'm probably the last person on the net to see it grin

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 08:02:13

Maybe not then. Maybe I'm the only sap drunk enough to have watched it at all <prattles on to self> grin

WanMairChoon Sat 24-Dec-16 08:04:14

I'll be watching this later!!

Boundaries Sat 24-Dec-16 08:08:58

That's my Christmas viewing sorted Man. grin

Go on, give me the top 3 outrageous Icke-esque claims..

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 08:09:11

It was actually hilarious but in a very scary way.

Quite a lot of recognisable people with professional reputations on there as talking heads taking it all seriously (Laurie Taylor and Oliver James for example).

I'm disturbed enough that I'm hoping someone will come and explain that it's a spoof.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 08:15:18

Go on, give me the top 3 outrageous Icke-esque claims..

It's well known that Prince Phillip is an actual Nazi.
Anything with 'Royal' in the name such as 'Royal Courts of Justice' is under Royal control and therefore nor impartial.
British journalists are handed a script to report from by their paymasters and don't actually think because they are expressly paid NOT to.

That kind of thing. It's all a bit of a blur.

JeNeSuisPasVotreMiel Sat 24-Dec-16 08:28:52

If you think journalists aren't working to the creative criteria of the people who own their newspapers then YABU.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 08:30:52

Well he seems to think that reports of verdicts are written before the verdicts are read, so he's pushing the point considerably smile

The "reconstructions" of press tents are a bit much too.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 08:32:29

(And I don't think he means advance copies)

Watch it for yourself. It's interesting whether you're tinfoil hayride or not I'd have thought smile

DaffyJones Sat 24-Dec-16 08:54:36

Yabu. Just because someone has different opinions to yours, doesn't mean they're stark raving mad.

BrightonBelleCat Sat 24-Dec-16 09:03:28

I can't watch it. Says it's unavailable. Will have a hunt.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:06:40

Except when it does Daffy smile I'm just surprised by it.

Try this Brighton

m.youtube.com/watch?v=rmsfh_FQWG0

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:20:51

It can't have been shown in the U.K.

He'd have been sued into oblivion.

Runny Sat 24-Dec-16 09:23:20

This documentary has been around for years. It's been banned in the UK and whenever it appears on Youtube it's quickly deleted. Make of that what you will.....l

GravyAndShite Sat 24-Dec-16 09:26:18

YABU - freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of opinion.

These are liberties, not symptoms of craziness.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:27:26

I thought it must be me who had missed a trick. I'm just having a second watch. I'm not remotely surprised it is deleted regularly. There must be regiments of expensive lawyers on the case.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:30:59

Well I'm at liberty to join Icke in his belief that HMQ is a shape shifter lizard too gravy. But that doesn't mean it wouldn't simultaneously a barking mad belief.

I'm not disputing KA's right to believe certain things. Although actually a lot of what he's saying on this film is pretty clearly legally actionable by others. So it's a mixed picture in terms of freedoms.

ExcuseMyEyebrows Sat 24-Dec-16 09:32:52

YABU and naive. And what GravyAndShite said.

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:35:14

Have you watched it eyebrows?

Do you think his analysis is correct?

Boundaries Sat 24-Dec-16 09:36:52

Oliver James? But he's dead sensible...

Boundaries Sat 24-Dec-16 09:38:35

Ooh. I like a banned film.

Makes me feel like I'm still a carefree young rebel.

CaoNiMerrilyOnHigh Sat 24-Dec-16 09:40:15

I wouldn't say he's mad, necessarily. Diana's death seemed awfully convenient...

Manumission Sat 24-Dec-16 09:40:23

Oliver James is apparently the one who has diagnosed Prince Philip as a psychopath. Laurie Taylor chatting away about how Muhammed al Fayed has been confounded by the courts like a latter day Shylock (loonggg comparison, that one).

I'm goggling, I tell you.

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