The Crime Of Being Different
"David Vaughan Icke ( /aɪk/ ; born 29 April 1952) is an English writer and public speaker. A former footballer and sports broadcaster, Icke has been known since the 1990s as a professional conspiracy theorist, calling himself a "full time investigator into who and what is really controlling the world."
David Icke is a different sort of a man, take a look at his presentations on YouTube, he explains his ideas far better than I can. I decided to post about him because I admire him and find some of his ideas agreeably provoking. His drifts from reality do not trouble me, often that is where the new truth is hiding. His cursing and name calling are irksome, but that seems to be something of a Youtube fad.
Twenty years into the twenty-first century David Icke (Icke rhymes with like) is sixty-something, a complex, insightful, different sort of a man whose bell has rung, whose hour has come, and some of whose prognostications, or foretelling of future events, are coming true. Which truths I will leave for readers to research and determine for themselves. Suffice it to say the man feels free to think for himself, and he shares those thoughts in what appears to be an attempt to better the humanity.
Years ago, in the Wogan Interview Nobody Mentions - David Icke on YouTube, host Terry Wogan made alternative thinking and speaking seem like a crime when, before a world-wide television audience, he brazenly mocked and disparaged David Icke's far-ranging views on everything from the Moon as an ancient alien construct, to the hollow Earth, and even to the reptilian illuminati and alien contact with humanity; which to me do not have to be true to be interesting concepts to consider. I see no malevolence in it. And if evil aliens ever show up (again?), David Icke can be the first to say I told you so. I will be saying, "Fasty Nuckers, go home."
Sir Michael Terence Wogan has his own peccadilloes, on the British game show Would I Lie To You he confessed to a habit long ago of sneaking up on his co-workers and as they read their parts on live radio, he set their paper scripts on fire. This was the lunatic who was set up to judge the validity of the sensitive man David Icke, and then he condemned David Icke to decades of public ridicule, robbing the world of whatever was of value in David Icke's promulgations. That act of sabotage on free thought and free expression seems to be the kind of thing for which Sir Michael Terence Wogan was knighted. Wicked rewards its own. Like multitudes down through the ages I wonder when the cruelty and suppression will end.
Caption: The Wogan Interview Nobody Mentions - David Icke on YouTube
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