David Icke is a renowned international author and investigator since the 1990s. However, he is also the top conspiracy theorist. He has released several controversial books that have criticised states and powerful people worldwide. In 1999, Canadian authorities denied him entry because some of his controversial remarks in one of his books seemed to be directed towards Canada's leadership.
He has extensive knowledge of politics, technology, sports, and literature. He has worked for BBC, the British Green Party. In 2020, he has been trending because of his theories about the real causes of the COVID-19 pandemic. He has accused a few countries of having a hand in the coronavirus pandemic. He linked them to the many coincidences that have occurred in the recent past, which led to the epidemic.
David Icke profile summary
- Full name: David Vaughan Icke
- Date of birth: 29th April 1952
- Age: 67 years
- Career: Retired sports journalist, network anchorman, footballer, author, conspiracy theorist
- Nationality: British
- David Icke Twitter: @davidicke
David Icke biography
David Icke was born on 29th April 1952 in Leicester, UK. In the 1980s, he was the spokesman of the British Green Party. He has been an investigator for two decades. David examines globally influential people and trends that impact the world significantly. He has lectured in more than 25 countries. People turn up in large numbers to listen to his lecturers and conspiracies.
David Icke books
The most popular book he released is Alice in Wonderland and The World Trade Center Disaster. He has written over 21 insightful books and recorded more than 10 DVDs. Some of his best books are:
- And the Truth Shall Set You Free
- Everything You Need to Know but Have Never Been Told
- Human Race Get Off Your Knees
- Infinite Love Is the Only Truth
- The Trigger: The Lie That Changed the World
- The Biggest Secret
- The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy
- The Perception of Deception
What can you learn about COVID-19 from David Icke?
As a conspiracy theorist, David Icke has boldly and publicly stated his professional opinion as an investigator about the truth behind coronavirus pandemic lockdown and the economy crash today. He perceives COVID-19 as a weapon that the Hunger Games Society is using to dismantle the world's economy and replace it with a system that will benefit them alone. It will be a system where 1% of the population in the world dictate "Jump!" and the mass population asks, "How high?" He explained his theory that the corona hysteria is being created by the Hunger Games Society using a pyramid.
According to him, the Hunger Games Society is the few wealthy people in the world. They are from developed countries, and they make up 1% of society. He placed them at the peak of the pyramid. At the base of the pyramid were the majority of the world's population, and they are highly dependent on the wealth class.
The media and the military are in between the two groups. They are the puppets of the wealthy people. The military intimidates those who speak up against the injustices that the rich have created. The media, on the other hand, withholds the truth from the mass population to protect the interests of the Hunger Games Society.
What injustice is Icke speaking about? He explained the rich created coronavirus hysteria to instil fear in people. Small and medium businesses worldwide are shutting down now because of the alarming rate of COVID-19 infections and deaths. Soon, there will be inadequate sources of livelihood for many families. The wealthy class is waiting for people to get desperate for a solution. When this happens, they will take over the world.
He proposed that the virus can be eradicated faster if most of the resources in the world were channelled towards protecting those who are at high risk of contracting the virus. These are people who have pre-existing health conditions and the elderly. They should be isolated and taken care of while those with strong immune systems that can survive the infection should be allowed to work and build the economy.
David explained that there is no need to panic if you are yet to be diagnosed with the coronavirus infection by the doctors. The symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to those of other illnesses. Seek medical help if you feel the symptoms. Icke allowed people to decide what to believe in.
David Icke and Credo Mutwa interview on the Reptilian Agenda
David Icke had an interview with the South African, Credo Mutwa, about the Reptilian Agenda. According to Credo Mutwa, historians who are not African natives have taken the front line in explaining the history of Africa. However, most of their tales have tainted the image of Africa; hence its history is slowly fading away.
He refuted some of the falsehoods about Africa by explaining the traditional beliefs about the origin of the Zulu people. Credo explained how Zulu respected women. They also embraced love, peace, and unity. He told how Africans abandoned their traditions and adopted foreign cultures using a Zulu traditional story. Mutwa claimed that several countries across Africa shared a similar story.
Why was David Icke's book, The Trigger: The Lie That Changed the World, banned?
David Icke The Trigger was banned and recalled from the stores by Barnes & Noble because it claimed that the Israeli government, military, and intelligence operatives were involved significantly in the 11th September 2001 New York attacks. The World Trade Center was attacked by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda.
David Icke quotes
Here are some famous quotes from him:
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Do you see the real you, or what you have been conditioned to believe is you?
Please don't believe anything that I've written in this book unless it feels right to you.
Don't work for your mind; make your mind work for you.
David Icke has been branded a controversial man for many years, but it is upon you to decide whether to believe his theories or not. He states what he believes in, but he never forces the world to change their opinion about him.