Mainstream media can’t handle the truth about David Icke
In the biggest event of its kind in history, on Saturday the 27th of October 2012, David Icke presented two decades of his research to a sell out crowd at Wembley Arena, London.
While most of the mainstream media gave little exposure to the event, some have taken notice, and they don’t like what they see.
With theories of reptilian overlords from another dimension who drink our blood and have enslaved us in a holographic prison, Icke made himself an easy target for ridicule, in fact when I first began to ‘connect the dots’ in the ’90s, I ridiculed him too… that is, until I started listening to what he had to say, if only in an effort to debunk him.
However, instead of finding the ravings of a lunatic, I discovered a wealth of solid, credible information that could not be disputed, that explained how the media, the government and corporations are connected, the level of corruption at the top and how the elite control us.
Remove reptilians from the equation and we’re left with some startling facts.
Now, do I agree with everything David Icke has to say?
Do I believe he has uncovered a mountain of vitally important information?
It’s easy to look at just one aspect of Icke’s research, throw the baby out with the bathwater and call him crazy. Many have, and that’s the easy way out.
That’s the exact route a report on the Independent website took today. The journalist, who turned up to the Wembley Arena event – over two hours late and didn’t stay for the entire talk, took great delight in choosing to report on one aspect of Icke’s presentation – yes, you’ve guessed it, the lizards.
For those who’ve seen one of David Icke’s shows or watched his DVDs, you’ll know the reptilian agenda is a fraction if what he presents and does not give a full nor true representation of his research.
It’s the silver bullet the mainstream media use in an attempt to discredit him, because, let’s face it, that’s all they have.
Should they do what journalists are meant to do… ah you know, investigate the facts, those investigations might lead to some very uncomfortable places. Perhaps that’s why so many in the mainstream media utterly ignore the 90% of Icke’s research that doesn’t mention extra-dimensional reptilians.
Perhaps they worry too much about what other people will think of them. Maybe it’s laziness or perhaps it’s censorship.
Whatever the reason, the fact remains that his research exposes current and historical corruption and even more surprisingly, many the predictions made in his books, are happening now.
In 1990, he wrote “we can expect the power and frequency of hurricanes to increase after the millennium.”
He also accurately predicted a severe hurricane around the Gulf of Mexico and New Orleans.
In 1998, three years before 9/11, he wrote:
“The plan is to engineer events real and staged that will create enormous fear in the countdown years to 2012. This includes a plan to start a Third World War , either by stimulating the Muslim world into a holy war against the West, or by using China to cause global conflict – maybe both.”
In 1999 he wrote:
“Between 2000 and 2002, the United States will suffer a major attack on a large city.”
His predictions for the future are more stark, and yes, they do have a lot of supporting evidence;
The current Big Brother State, evident from the introduction of acts like RIPA and the dramatic increase of CCTV, has turned Britain into the most surveilled nation on Earth.
He wrote about a New World Order, outlined in a PNAC white paper in September of 2000 called “Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategy, Forces and Resources for a New Century.”
He also predicted the engineered economic crash of 2008.
And more recently, he was proven right about pedophile Jimmy Savile.
Support him or not, the facts remain and for the last two decades David Icke has revealed how our world is enslaved by private bankers, corrupt politicians and a subservient media.
So, what the hell are we gonna do about it?
Mick Meaney is the editor of RINF Alternative News, founded as a response to the erosion of civil liberties and privacy.