Alice Walker is a really overrated writer. But she's overrated in all the right circles. Those are the same circles which consider David Icke, a loon who claims that we're ruled over by space aliens and that we're living in a hologram which is controlled from an inter-dimensional portal on the moon.
The circle closed, hilariously enough, when Alice Walker was interviewed for Desert Island Discs, which is a big deal in the UK, where famous people get asked what they would take along to a desert island, and recommended David Icke's book. It wasn't the first time Alice Walker had promoted Icke, but she did it in a forum that made it impossible to ignore.
Hilarity ensued as the Independent tried to process the cognitive dissonance. Imagine Nelson Mandela endorsing Alex Jones to get the feel of it.
In the 750-page tome, Icke describes how the human mind is controlled from the moon. The moon, he claims, is actually a “gigantic spacecraft” which sends us a “fake reality broadcast”.
In posts on her website, she compared the former footballer to Malcolm X and described Human Race Get Off Your Knees as “the ultimate reading adventure”.
Despite bemoaning the fact she didn’t have the scientific brain to fully comprehend it, she “felt it was the first time I was able to observe, and mostly imagine and comprehend, the root of the incredible evil that has engulfed our planet”.
So what would attract Walker to Icke? Try racism.
Earlier I wrote that David Icke reminded me of Malcolm X. I was thinking especially of Malcolm’s fearlessness. A fearlessness that made him seem cold, actually, though we know he wasn’t really. All that love of us that kept driving him to improve our lot; often into quite the wrong direction, but I need not go into that. What I was remembering was how he called our oppressors “blue eyed devils.” Now who could that have been? Well, we see them here in David Icke’s book as the descendants of the reptilian race that landed on our sweet planet...
They wanted gold and they wanted slaves to mine it for them. Now gosh, who does this remind us of? I only am asking. You do the work. Apparently their own planet needed this metal to continue its, apparently, long life. Credo Mutwa, Zulu shaman – and I am on my knees here in gratitude that he held on long enough to tell us about this – calls them the Chitauri, which has become my favorite word of all time (well, of this time that I’m learning all this): my partner and I go around saying Oh, Chitauri, whenever we get a glimpse of one or two of the Chitauri offspring, aka Illuminati bloodline families and their puppets, on the telly.
Alice Walker, the great inspirational figure to liberals for humanitarianism, is enthusiastically dehumanizing people. What attracts her to this idea that some people are not really human?
Walker gives it away by comparing David Icke to Malcolm X. Malcolm X was originally a member of the Nation of Islam, which believes that white people were artificially created and are inherently evil. There's also plenty there about UFOs. Here's a sample of NOI doctrine...
Yakub must have made or grafted his people (white man) from the Black, for Allah Himself created all nations of one blood. Of course, these nations are the Brown, Red and Yellow.
The fifth parties are not really a Nation, but a "race", a group of 400,000,000 people-beast racing with time!
In the same verse it shows that, as the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad has said, these Yakub grafted devils were doomed, or limited from the day they were grafted. The bounds of their habitation on our planet earth was 6,000, and we bear witness he is some 50 years overdue.
There is a good deal of alignment here. Icke and the Nation of Islam both agree that some people are not human. Icke thinks it's green-eyed people. Walker agrees with Malcolm X that it's blue-eyed people.
Speaking as a blue-eyed person, I have some thoughts on that.