Tag Archive: David Icke
Date: 27th November 2011
The Mail Online today has taken another pop at David Icke. The angle of the article is predictably mainstream in opinion and dollops out the same old stories with the firm intent of defacing both Mr. Icke’s views and character.
It’s clear to see how this article would read if you haven’t read any of Mr. Icke’s material – he would surely come across as some ex-celebrity wacko, fixated on global conspiracy theories and secret elite cabals and agendas. Most people who are familiar with Mr. Icke’s work would agree that there are some aspects to his presentations that they don’t fully resonate with (perhaps the reptilian and moon theories), but just because they don’t subscribe to a few of his beliefs doesn’t mean that they have to write him off as a total nut case. Much of Mr. Icke’s material is a fascinating read and presents a plausible, albeit esoteric viewpoint on our society that attempts to account for the many problems inherent within our world today. It’s interesting and worth highlighting that the comments at the bottom of the article are mostly sympathetic to Mr. Icke.
The article certainly attempts to throw some hard-hitting punches by digging back into his past and pulling out the old ‘Wogan card‘ for example, as well as insinuating that he’s raking in the cash from both his books and shows. Maybe he is. One of the clear differences between Mr. Icke and other authors or speakers making money from their career, is that his subject deals with talking about a veil of illusion that blankets our perception of the REAL world, seeking to maintain a mindset of ignorance over awareness. But the figures and attendance levels (such as selling out the 2,100-seat Best Buy Theatre in New York’s Times Square) would suggest that at the very least, there is an increasing amount of people who are interested in hearing what he has to say.
In addition, it’s worth considering that the content of Mr. Icke’s ideas are no less provable than the Church’s dogma that there is a white, male deity who governs the lives of everyone on the planet from some pearly-white heavenly realm.
This article presented by one of the many mainstream media news outlets, clearly aims to ridicule Mr. Icke for the content, success and popularity of his work. And it’s clear why – because the content undermines the authenticity of the mainstream’s manufactured story of our reality, as well as disempowering the control system. The cherry on the top has to be that the gutless little shit-muncher(s) who peddled this cheap slop, failed to summon the courage to sign his/her name but rather to sign the article as The Daily Mail Reporter – thus only serving to unmask the true author, as none other than ‘Big Brother’.
At least with Mr. Icke we know who we’re dealing with and are actively encouraged to challenge his research and to come to our own conclusion.
If you are new to David Icke, here’s his story in his own words…
PS: I have just come across another article via ‘Prison Planet’ that has produced a similar article for the Sun’s website: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/features/3958468/Get-on-yer-bike-David-Icke.html
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Having been away from my laptop for a while, I’ve had some time to be out in the ‘real’ world and to experience other people’s views and ideas on what ‘s going on in the world. Always good to do a little ‘field work’.
Once home, it didn’t take long before I felt the pull of the web to catch up on news, updates and new interviews etc..
After a quick search, I came across an interview with David Icke by Russel Brand (BBC Radio 2). It demonstrates that this type of view/information is now begining to filter its way into the mainstream media.
Icke is one of the very few conspiracy whistleblowers who has developed a relatively advanced spiritual awareness from which he can provide a useful context and understanding of the material he has uncovered. He always puts forward an intriguingly different way to view the world, far from what is taught in schools and “higher” education (much of which is so boring because it is just not true).
Whilst Chapters 14-19 propound new and amazing information, the rest of the book overlaps with his previous works and newsletters, refining and updating his analysis of the many facets and details of the conspiratorial nature of civilisation, as well as the physics and metaphysics underlying our reality.
Yes, much of the book reprises – in hugely believable detail, with many new facts and those reviewed from previous books – all his old themes: Illuminati hybrid bloodlines, reptilians & ETs, mind control, satanic rituals, the global political and economic machinations, secret societies, the assault on our health and ability to use higher consciousness, and much more. This is understandable, since a great deal of what Icke has predicted over the last two decades has come horribly true. He makes it easy to see through the craziness in governments at all levels – local, national and international – and to understand what is coming next (tighter and tighter controls, installed step by tiny step) and why – but this subject is available in Icke’s previous books.
His “both new and different” material is mainly sandwiched in the middle of the book. In chapters 18 and 19 in particular, Icke introduces groundbreaking information going well beyond his previous books: I was hopeful, moved, even enthralled. Icke addresses the subject of how humanity was driven out of paradise and into slavery, as well as, in the last 30 pages of the book, the initial steps of how we can start to recover what we lost. What we experience here is similar to watching a movie in that we cannot alter the experience unless what is being projected onto the screen is changed – and those who currently control our world are terrified of this possibility and of our magnificent powers, currently hidden from us by the blinders “they” have created.
Oh yes, Icke reveals hidden reality, in an admirably clear and understandable way, and also includes fascinating recent scientific research in support. This book is a big step forward, going where few (if any) have gone before, with some truly original content.
And, for ways out of our enslavement, I recommend “Freedom” by Veronica Chapman. I can also recommend Marc Stevens’ “Adventures in Legal Land”: although written by an American, most of it applies equally here – but if you watch Winston Shrout’s DVDs you will learn why Stevens usually failed in court. There are also 2 highly intelligent books by The Antiterrorist.
There is also Menard’s wonderful “With Lawful Excuse” available as an ebook for $16 from the WorldFreemanSociety, but you can first have a free look on youtube at Menard’s “Bursting Bubbles of Government Deception” to see if the book is likely to interest you. If possible, “With Lawful Excuse” is even better than his videos but I’m glad I read Chapman’s introductory book first. I also recommend that you get the “prequel”, a book also called “Bursting Bubbles of Government Deception” and costing about $5.50, also from the WorldFreemanSociety, which provides the basics needed to get to grips with “With Lawful Excuse”. Chapman’s book is about English law whereas Menard’s books refer to Canadian law but, of course, as part of the common wealth, the Canadian system is similar to that in England.
Also have a look at Google Videos & You Tube, search for Raymond St Clair, the strawman illusion, the antiterrorist, bursting bubbles, etc, etc. The videos of Raymond St Claire going into a local court and very politely distressing all the court officials on a fundamental point of law are priceless. The basis of Raymond St Claire’s challenge and the reason for their distress is not clear in the videos but IS explained towards the end of the “Freedom” book – namely that judges swear to uphold common law but they are actually sitting in a civil/statute law court where they have no power over you unless you agree (which we are always fooled into doing, because we don’t know any better). Don’t miss!
More info can be found at: www.davidicke.com
About the Author
David Vaughan Icke, pronounced is a British writer and public speaker who has devoted himself since 1990 to researching “who and what is really controlling the world.” A former professional football player, reporter, television sports presenter, and spokesman for the Green Party, he is the author of 20 books explaining his views. Icke argues that he has developed a moral and political worldview that combines New Age spiritualism with a passionate denunciation of what he sees as totalitarian trends in the modern world, a position that has been described as “New Age conspiracism.” At the heart of Icke’s theories is the view that the world is ruled by a secret group called the “Global Elite” or “Illuminati,” which he has linked to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, an antisemitic hoax. In 1999, he published The Biggest Secret, in which he wrote that the Illuminati are a race of reptilian humanoids known as the Babylonian Brotherhood, and that many prominent figures are reptilian, including George W. Bush, Queen Elizabeth II, Kris Kristofferson, and Boxcar Willie.