22 June 2012
A friend forwarded me an email this week
and asked what I thought of the contents. I shook my head as I
scanned the page because I had seen it all before many times.
There was also a game in Olde England called ‘ducks and drakes’ dating from the 16th century in which flat stones were thrown across the water in a way that made them bounce before sinking.
It is known today as ‘skimming’. Or is
There are other common phrases inspired by ducks, including sitting duck and lame duck.
I also see that the word ‘duck’ derives from the Old English dūce, or ‘diver’, a derivative of the verb dūcan, which means,
Put the two together and you get the phrase to ‘duck and dive’.
Wilcock and Fulford operate in the field
of conspiracy research with Wilcock in America and Fulford in
I am not suggesting that either of them, or even the anonymous Drake, know that what they are promoting is all a scam, but a scam it is from where I am looking.
They may know, but I am not saying that they do because I have no idea. My feeling, however, is that, amazingly, at least Wilcock and Fulford don’t know.
If ‘Drake’ doesn’t know that what he and
the other two say is nonsensical then he is not in control of his
own mind so ridiculous are his statements - and theirs...
They have given the Cabal a deadline (actually deadline after deadline after deadline) to give themselves up or else. But they never do and there is never any 'or else'.
Fulford wrote in February, 2012:
Would this be the same Queen and royal family which, having failed to report to the local constabulary to say ‘it’s a fair cop, guv’ within Fulford deadline after deadline, somehow managed to appear day after day this month amid orgiastic mass public worship during the Diamond Jubilee rituals in which they were protected by enough troops, silly uniforms notwithstanding, to invade a country?
I do believe it would...
‘Is that one of your white dragon
thingies, young man?’
you have been a very naughty boy.’