David Icke

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"“conspiracy theorist”"
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(writer, activist)
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Born29 April 1952
NationalityUK
Interests • New World Order
• 5G
• COVID-19
Interest of"Philip Cross"
A reputation in corporate media as the 'de facto face of conspiracy'.

David Vaughan Icke is an English writer and activist, with a reputation in corporate media as the 'de facto face of conspiracy'.

Overview

Icke is well read and well spoken, and has the knack of explaining things in a way that is understandable to the layman. He brings perceptive analysis to many subjects, such as the Oklahoma City bombing, 911, Covid-19, the war on terror, climate change and others.

Where Icke loses many who are willing to consider other of his works, is his belief that an inter-dimensional race of reptilian beings, the Archons or Anunnaki (literary aliens, not as a "code" or metaphor), have hijacked the Earth and a genetically modified human–Archon hybrid race of shape-shifting reptilians,[1] and manipulate us to their own ends.

Elliot Leavy termed David Icke "the de facto face of conspiracy" during the COVID-19 Panic after his video that drew a connection between 5G and the new coronavirus.[2]

Censorship

As a result of this, Icke is a target of particular demonization from corporate media as the 'arch-conspiracy theorist'. His alleged antisemitism (despite Icke stating unequivocally that Jews are neither the instigators nor the culprits of the New World Order[3]) is being used as the main rationale to censor him.

He is banned by Facebook,[4], Twitter[5] and other corporate outlets, and his books from bookshops.

In February 2019, the Australian Government cancelled Icke's visa ahead of a planned speaking tour[6] on the grounds of his character. Immigration Minister David Coleman upheld the complaint made by Dvir Abramovich, the chairman of the Anti-Defamation Commission.[7] This decision was applauded by both major political parties. Labor's immigration spokesman, Shayne Neumann, said, "Labor welcomes the fact that the Government did what we called on them to do and refused David Icke's visa application."[8] Icke issued a statement in which he described himself as "the victim of a smear campaign from politicians who have been listening to special interest groups".[9]


 

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