Also see David Icke Dot Connector EP 2
Reptilians, Illuminati, and the global energetic conspiracy to enslave humanity through and low-frequency energy is discussed with David Icke. He explains how the alternative media has become another version of thought police, and how the perceivable world is just a minuscule piece of the puzzle of existence to Sean Stone in this Buzzsaw interview. The totalitarian tip-toe towards totalitarianism and a one world-government, plus how America is being used to destroy itself in service of a single global state are detailed in depth with Icke.
GUEST BIO: David Vaughan Icke is an English writer, public speaker, and former media personality best known for his views on what he calls “who and what is really controlling the world”. Describing himself as the most controversial speaker and author in the world, he has written 16 books explaining his position, dubbed “New Age conspiracism”, and has attracted a substantial following across the political spectrum. His 533-page The Biggest Secret (1999) has been called the conspiracy theorist’s Rosetta Stone.
David Icke on The Adrian Allen Show. Recorded on February 2nd, 2006.
The first broadcast from The People’s Voice studio will be an introduction to the station ahead of our launch date to introduce our presenters and production team with a long list of guests including Cynthia McKinney, Norman Finkelstein, Peter Tatchell, Jim Marrs, Gerald Celente, Richard C. Hoagland, Lauren Moret and Leah Bolger and there’s more to follow.
*Please note: Keith Allen, actor, film director, author, broadcaster, musician and comedian, will also be appearing on the programme shortly after the start at 5pm.
Infamous British conspiracy theorist David Icke appeared in an Ottawa courtroom Monday to testify in a defamation trial that pits a human rights lawyer against a conservative website.
Icke, a former British professional soccer player whose 2000 speaking tour of Canada led to protests and the cancellation of some events, gave evidence on behalf of Mark and Connie Fournier, the former proprietors of the website Freedominion.com.
The Fourniers are being sued for libel by Ottawa lawyer Richard Warman over messages posted on the site in 2007 that he claims were defamatory of him. Two commenters on the site are also named as defendants.
The Fourniers’ lawyer, Barbara Kulaszka, told the court Icke was being called to testify about the truth of one of the allegedly libelous posts on the message board that claimed Warman was “part of a nasty group of enemies of free speech.”
Warman has launched numerous lawsuits and complaints alleging violation of hate-speech laws or the Canadian Human Rights Act, raising the ire of some free-speech advocates and making him a frequent target of criticism in the conservative blogosphere.
Kulaszka read for the court letters that Warman had written to then-Liberal Immigration Minister Elinor Caplan and other immigration department officials in 2000 that warned against admitting Icke to the country on his speaking tour.
In the letters, Warman said that Icke’s anti-Semitic writings allege a conspiracy between the world’s Jewish elite and Freemasons to establish an oppressive global government.