Shut Down 2016: Facebook Shuts Down Anti-Reptile Activist David Icke, Backtracks

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 17, 2016


For decades, David Icke has been the only man willing to stand up and talk about the fact that reality is an illusion and our thoughts and emotions are controlled by reptile people (Jews).

As the Great Shutdown of 2016 continues to roll out and roll over the enemies of political correctness, prominent British anti-reptile activist David Icke has posted a screenshot of a censorship attack on his Facebook page, which has 700,000 “likes.”


He wrote the following on his own website:

Facebook informed us that the David Icke page was being unpublished for repeatedly breaking its terms – making posts that its censors didn’t want people to see.

Access to post on the page was blocked for everyone – including myself and Richie Allen posting the guest line-up of his show – but one person’s codes still worked which allowed me to post news of what was happening.

The page remained up despite the notice, but some say that people are given seven day’s notice before Facebook unpublish – something we have not been given. We could confirm what is happening if it was possible to talk with the Facebook censors, but as so many have found before they do not do communication.

Anyway, after news of the unpublishing widely circulated on the Internet and social media all the access codes for everyone are suddenly working again so what has happened overnight who the heck knows? Facebook does, but they’re not saying.

So, it sounds like they attempted to boot-up the shut down process, then backed off.

Why David Icke?

Well, he is probably pretty politically incorrect. I think he’s even denied the Holocaust before, then backtracked on that.

The Daily Stormer does not have a Facebook page, so presumably they are testing out their shut down methods on other people they assume everyone hates. David Icke maybe or maybe does not believe in reptile people, but probably either way they are a metaphor for the Jews.


David Icke was also right about the UK government being involved in all these pedophile scandals, so he isn’t a complete joke even if he does believe the moon is a hollow orb that is used as a broadcasting center for aliens.

Also in today’s shut it down news, Milo has a new report over at Breitbart on Twitter’s system of shadowbanning:

Rumours that Twitter has begun ‘shadowbanning’ politically inconvenient users have been confirmed by a source inside the company, who spoke exclusively to Breitbart Tech. His claim was corroborated by a senior editor at a major publisher.

According to the source, Twitter maintains a ‘whitelist’ of favoured Twitter accounts and a ‘blacklist’ of unfavoured accounts. Accounts on the whitelist are prioritised in search results, even if they’re not the most popular among users. Meanwhile, accounts on the blacklist have their posts hidden from both search results and other users’ timelines.

Our source was backed up by a senior editor at a major digital publisher, who told Breitbart that Twitter told him it deliberately whitelists and blacklists users. He added that he was afraid of the site’s power, noting that his tweets could disappear from users’ timelines if he got on the wrong side of the company.

Shadowbanning, sometimes known as “Stealth Banning” or “Hell Banning,” is commonly used by online community managers to block content posted by spammers. Instead of banning a user directly (which would alert the spammer to their status, prompting them to create a new account), their content is merely hidden from public view.

For site owners, the ideal shadowban is when a user never realizes he’s been shadowbanned.

However, Twitter isn’t merely targeting spammers. For weeks, users have been reporting that tweets from populist conservatives, members of the alternative right, cultural libertarians, and other anti-PC dissidents have disappeared from their timelines.

Among the users complaining of shadowbans are sci-fi author and alt-right figurehead Vox Day, geek culture blogger “Daddy Warpig,” and the popular pro-Trump account Ricky Vaughn. League of Gamers founder and former World of Warcraft team lead Mark Kern, as well as adult actress and anti-censorship activist Mercedes Carrera, have also reported that their tweets are not appearing on the timelines of their followers.

The pattern of shadowban reports, which skews towards the alt-right, the populist right, and cultural libertarians, follows close on the heels of Twitter’s establishment of a “Trust and Safety Council” packed with left-wing advocacy groups, as well as Islamic research centre the Wahid Institute.

First they came for the gay guy, then they came for the anti-reptile activist… weird order to come for people in.