David Icke on London Real
As one of the world’s pre-eminent professional conspiracy theorists, David Icke has been a regular guest on London Real, discussing topics as diverse as 5G, 9/11 and censorship
Today’s mighty oak is just yesterday’s nut that held its ground.David Icke, Conspiracy ‘Realist’
Often described as a maverick or a renegade, David is a unique voice in the space, propounding a number of predictions around.
Who is David Icke?
As well as public speaking, David is an acclaimed author having written over 20 books including The Robots’ Rebellion (1994), And The Truth Shall Set You Free (1995), The Biggest Secret
(1999) and Children of the Matrix (2001), in which he developed his worldview of New Age thinking.
English Professional Conspiracy ‘Realist’Since his spiritual awakening in 1990, David enjoys a sizeable global following, regularly speaking for up to 10 hours at venues such as Wembley Arena to audiences of thousands of people.
With a mission to wake up society and free our minds from what governments and mainstream media are trying to make us do, his credentials make him one of the most influential thinkers and catalysts for change.
Governments manipulate their citizens.
In this interview, David talks extensively about the Coronavirus (Covid-19), how governments manipulate their citizens and the wider agenda behind social control and a Surveillance Society; in a wide-ranging session, watch London Real’s founder and host Brian Rose and David engaging across a range of conspiracy-related themes. Offering more than meets the eye on first glance, David Icke is a man with serious credentials and a challenging perspective on our species and planet. Watch more David Icke episodes today!
- In the last decades of the 18th century, the losers seriously outnumbered the winners
- Those who were fortunate enough to occupy the upper levels of society, celebrated their fortune by living a life of gambling, parties and alcohol
- Few of them thought their lives should change, even fewer believed it could
An excerptIn the last decades of the 18th century, the losers seriously outnumbered the winners. Those who were fortunate enough to occupy the upper levels of society, celebrated their good fortune by living a hedonistic life of gambling, parties and alcohol. It was their moral right, they felt, to ex-plot the weak and the poor. Few of them thought their lives should change, even fewer believed it could.
American businessman. He lives at Guthrie Castle in Scotland and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from San Fernando Valley State College in 1971.