Yikes! David Icke on march again after Pulitzer writer Alice Walker’s praise
David Icke Exposes Michelle Obama2017
Registered in Ireland: His thoughts and theories on the human condition and universal forces have attracted interest in some 60 countries over the last 30 years. For some, he is what might be described as a head-the-ball. Others recognise him as an articulate and attractive conspiracy theorist par excellence. Everybody must surely agree that Icke is definitely a good advertisement for a mid-life change of career. Up until the age of 38, the Leicester-born shaman or shapeshifter as he might have it had beaten a path from professional footballer into broadcasting. His early dreams of being a footballer saw him make it into teams in the lower divisions in England.
Not since he first claimed to be the son of God and was openly laughed at by a Wogan studio audience in has the former BBC Grandstand presenter-turned-conspiracy theorist David Icke received the sort of global exposure he attained this week. Get The International Pack for free for your first 30 days for unlimited Smartphone and Tablet access. Already a member? Log in. Already a subscriber or registered access user? Subscription Notification.
The legendary broadcaster famously faced off against then TV host, now conspiracy theory spokesman David Icke when he appeared on his chat show with the sensational claim that he was the son of God. Interrupting Icke, he said: "They're laughing at you, not with you. I didn't mean that to be hurtful.
But if Islamic terrorists were not responsible, that leads to the rather uncomfortable question of who did kill nearly 3, people on September 11, ? Some will not even contemplate trying to answer that, and those who dare are often met with fierce condemnation and ridicule. Many people, upon mention of Icke, will immediately think of that infamous Terry Wogan interview from To put this into context, several national newspapers were already alleging this in the days before the live interview, and Icke was put on the spot about it by Wogan. Icke — who in his own words was going through a form of mental crisis at that time, in April — did then use Jesus as an analogy, saying that ridicule was to be expected if you are relaying messages that do not fit with the norms of the day.