Tuesday, December 18, 2007

David Icke
David Vaughan Icke (pronounced "IKE" /aɪk/) (born April 29, 1952) is a British writer and public speaker who has devoted himself since 1990 to researching "who and what is really controlling the world."

On 26 December 2006, the British television channel Five broadcast "David Icke: Was He Right?" [1]
He was featured in the third episode of the first season of the comedy duo Penn and Teller's Bullshit! about alien abductions.
Leatherface's Bowl of Flies contained the lyrics "David Icke is right/does he need to give his life/to prove that he is right".
Ewigkeit's album Radio Ixtlan recommended And the Truth Shall Set You Free as further reading alongside eight other books. This connection to conspiracy was brought to a head with the release of 2005's "Conspiritus" album (Earache records) - a concept album about a dystopian world controlled by the Illuminati.
Carter USM's After the Watershed contained the lyrics "Goodbye Ruby Tuesday/ Come home you silly cow/ We've baked a cake and all your friends are waiting/ And David Icke would like to show us how/ To love you back to life again now." The band stated that the lyrics were actually about domestic abuse.
Mike Scott of The Waterboys wrote a song called "Sympathy for David Icke," which urges people to look beyond the negative media hype and read David's books. "I'm not saying he's the king, and he himself claims no such thing, He said we all are points of light, and you know what, I think he's right."
Clem Snide wrote a song, "The Ballad of David Icke," available on Future Soundtrack for America, that contains the lyrics "The secret rulers of the world / have stolen my girl."
Essex band Sugarcoma sampled parts of Icke's speeches and set them to music in the song "Queenie" originally known as "Half Sick," released in 2003 as a b-side to their single "You Drive Me Crazy."
In June 2006, metal band Hiss of Atrocities released two songs "Prelude To Malevolence" and "Watchtower of Malevolence." The Lyrics from Prelude, "Deep in the earth they dwell in the lowest parts of hell, planning for their day to ascend to bring the world to an end" are a direct reference to the Chitauri mentioned in David Icke's work. Additional references to Icke become obvious in the follow-up song (Watchtower of Malevolence) where lead singer Matt Swinford is heard shouting "Annunaki."
In a February 8, 2007 posting on their website Dead Air Space, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke made reference to an unnamed person entering his "David Icke" phase. This response came soon after a taunt from Noel Gallagher, a member of Oasis.
In a poll published by BBC Homes and Antiques magazine in January 2006, Icke was voted the third most eccentric star, being beaten by Björk and Chris Eubank.
In Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years, Adrian secretly expresses his respect for Icke and wishes others would treat his theories more seriously.
In 2006/07 David Icke's speeches were sampled for the Drum and Bass Track 'Bloodlines' released on Widescreen Recordings.
Comic book writer Mark Millar developed several plot and character elements of the Marvel Comics series The Ultimates (a revamp of The Avengers) based on Icke's worldview. In creating Thor for a modern audience, Millar gave readers a handsome, blond European with vague ties to radical environmentalist groups, who inexplicably insists that he is the incarnation of that Norse god. Though the series remained coy as to whether Ultimate Thor is crazy or divine for some time, by the conclusion it was revealed that he was divine. Icke also unwittingly contributed the name for an invading reptilian alien race called the Chitauri, called Skrulls in the earlier Avengers series.
Issue 143 of the DC/Vertigo comic Hellblazer features the hero, John Constantine using his skills as a con artist to misdirect a nosy tabloid reporter from his paranormal investigations by giving him a false "Supernatural History of London" heavily influenced by the theories of Mr. Icke.
Infinite Love Is the Only Truth: Everything Else Is Illusion, USA, Bridge of Love Publications, 2005. ISBN 0953881067
Tales from the Time Loop: The Most Comprehensive Expos of the Global Conspiracy Ever Written and All You Need to Know to Be Truly Free, UK, Bridge of Love Publications 2003. ISBN 0953881040
Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster, UK, Bridge of Love Publications, 2002. ISBN 0953881024
Children of the Matrix. How an Interdimensional Race has Controlled the World for Thousands of Years-and Still Does, UK, Bridge of Love Publications, 2001. ISBN 0953881016
The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World, UK, Bridge of Love Publications, 1999. ISBN 0952614766
Lifting the Veil: David Icke interviewed by Jon Rappoport, Truth Seeker, 1998. ISBN 0939040050
I Am Me, I Am Free: the Robot's Guide to Freedom, Truth Seeker, 1996 ; 1998. ISBN 0952614758
...and the Truth Shall Set You Free, UK, Bridge of Love Publications, 1996. ISBN 0953881059
Heal the World: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Personal and Planetary Transformation, Gateway, 1994. ISBN 1858600057
The Robot's Rebellion, Gateway, 1994. ISBN 1858600227
Days of Decision, Jon Carpenter Publishing, 1994. ISBN 1897766017
Truth Vibrations, Gateway, 1991 ; Revised edition 1994. ISBN 1858600065
In the Light of Experience: The Autobiography of David Icke, UK, Time Warner Books, 1993. ISBN 0751506036
Love Changes Everything, Harper Collins Publishers, 1992. ISBN 1855382474
It Doesn't Have To Be Like This, Green Print, 1989. ISBN 1854250337
It's a Tough Game, Son, Piccolo Books, 1983. ISBN 0330280473
Freedom or Fascism: The Time to Choose (2006) (DVD)
The Reptilian Agenda (1999) (DVD)
David Icke: Secrets of the Matrix, Parts 1-3 (2003) (DVD)
David Icke: The Freedom Road
David Icke: Revelations of a Mother Goddess
David Icke, Live in Vancouver: From Prison to Paradise
MK Ultra
Bible conspiracy theory
Reptilian humanoid
Credo Mutwa
Erich von Däniken
Jordan Maxwell
Mayer Amschel Rothschild family
Zecharia Sitchin
David Icke's website
"Interview with David Icke", News for the Soul, 2004 (retrieved May 21, 2006)
Barkun, Michael. A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America, Comparative Studies in Religion and Society, University of California, 2003. ISBN 0-520-23805-2
Greenslade, Nick. "The ten worst sportsmen in politics", The Observer, September 5, 2004.
Honigsbaum, Mark. "The Dark Side of David Icke", London Evening Standard, May 26, 1995.
Icke, David. ...And the Truth Shall Set You Free, 1995.
Icke, David. "Problem-reaction-solution", News for the Soul.
Icke, David. The Biggest Secret: The Book that Will Change the World, 1999.
Jabbari, Dorsa. "U of T provides accused anti-Semite with mike", Varsity News, October 12, 1999.
Jones, Simon. "The Icke-onoclast", Word Smith, April 3, 1996.
Kraft, Frances. "New Age speaker set to talk in Toronto", The Canadian Jewish News, October 7, 1999.
Laming, Donald. Understanding Human Motivation: What makes people tick, Blackwell. ISBN 0-631-21983-8
Offley, Will. "Selected Quotes Of David Icke", PublicEye.org, Political Research Associates, February 23, 2000.
Offley, Will. "David Icke And The Politics Of Madness: Where The New Age Meets The Third Reich", PublicEye.org, Political Research Associates, February 29, 2000.
Ronson, Jon. "Beset by lizards, part one", an extract from Ronson's book, Them: Adventures with Extremists, The Guardian, March 17, 2001.
Ronson, Jon. "Beset by lizards, part two", an extract from Ronson's book, Them: Adventures with Extremists, The Guardian, March 17, 2001
Ronson, Jon. David Icke, the Lizards, and the Jews, Channel 4 Television.
Theroux, Louis. "Stranger than fiction: Are 12ft lizards running the world?", The Guardian, April 7, 2001.
Banyan, Will. "The Big Picture" A review of Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster (pdf) Paranoia Magazine Online (book reviews) October 2003.
Fraser, Ivan. "David Icke, Arizona Wilder and the Biggest Secret", The TruthSeeker, retrieved May 23, 2006.
Lewis, Tyson & Kahn, Richard. "The Reptoid Hypothesis: Utopian and Dystopian Representational Motifs in David Icke's Alien Conspiracy Theory" (pdf), Utopian Studies, Volume 16, Issue 1, pp 45-75.
Mitchell, Ben. "This much I know", interview with David Icke, The Observer, January 22, 2006.
Trimarco, James. "David Icke, the Reptilian Infiltration, and the Limits of Science Fiction". Strange Horizons, April 2, 2007.
The book that Bushes banned : analysis of a probably spoofed document
Illuminati, The New World Order & Paranoid Conspiracy Theorists (PCTs), The Skeptic's Dictionary.
David Icke interview, rinf.com.

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