This on the forum of a former goalkeeper, then later a football reporter whose career was on the up & up, ultimately to the loftiest heights of sports journalism in the UK: presenting the BBC's Saturday morning/afternoon programme "Grandstand".
Who nowadays thinks the Royal family are shapeshifting alien lizardmen (PROTIP: Icke making such a claim only after the TV series "V" was shown. Coincidence*? You decide...! [/CTSTDT]), thus 'werwolves' would be a natural progression (regression?!) from that load of arse gravy. Hey, loony-tunes of that forum: why not go all the way, and include Kitsune and Nekomata of ancient Japanese legend?! [/hyper-sarcasm]
Methinks David had taken in a little too much of the 'spiritual nature', just as fux newman here clearly has. The only thing separating me from the 'spiritual nature' is the cider, between the whisky, gin, vodka, tequila etc in the supermarket I frequent; I prefer beer, thanks. [/smartarse]
*- David Icke clearly came buckets when the "Matrix" films were released! More Sci-Fi grist for his psychological insanity mill.
'Take it away and you end up with lycanthropy.'
"So, Atheists are Werewolves?"
fux nobrain here had better not read "The Wolf's Hour" by Robert R. McCammon then, if he knows what's good for him.
Michael Gallatin, a Russian-born British agent is sent behind enemy lines in WWII, to stop the Wehrmacht in developing & using their new and ultra-lethal biotoxic weapon against the Allied forces in the forthcoming D-Day invasion.
His existence is known to only a few high-ups in the Ministry of Defence, and what he is, is known to fewer still: he's a werewolf; hyper-strong, extremely fast (especially his human-lycanthrope transformation), and fights with unimaginable savagery.
And he - as a British agent - is the hero of the story. But that's not the half of it: in the scenario's backstory, he is part of a secret worldwide clan of lycanthropes who since ancient times have defended humanity from evil.
So there's an example of fiction (but when has that ever stopped Icke & co, re. their insanity?!) that fucks up fux nobrain's argument.
The character 'Jonathan Talbain' in the Capcom videogame(s) "DarkStalkers". Werewolf. British. Just throwing that one out there.
@Jezebel's Evil Sister
"Damn! So that's what has been causing all these werewolves here lately! I should have known."
'Mummy, why am I a werewolf?'
'I dunno. Now shut up, and comb your face!'
'I used to be a werewolf, but I'm all right n-RAAAARGH!'
Many's the sighting at my local Tesco's of a large, bipedal, and hairy creature, sometimes howling at the HD TVs in the Audio/Video/Computers section; also prowling the aisles on the hunt for wild roaming tins of corned befe. Still, he's ensured that old ladies experiencing any severe attack of tigers in the frozen meat section (and thus fainted amongst the horse... er, I mean beef burgers) have been reduced to a minimum.
Tesco security guard: 'What was it you heard, my dear?'
Old lady: 'Growling'.
TSG: 'And did this growling have stripes on it?!' [/surreal] X3