I’ve been truly fascinated by this man since he first voiced his opinions back in the 80’s (at least I think it was the 80’s – I was young at the time!), which resulted in a tidal wave of ridicule landing on his front doorstep…which has never really gone away.
But does he care?
Nope, not one bit by the looks of things!
In my book he’s a very brave man, and I also find him quite intelligent.
In this post we will be taking a look at a BBC interview that tackles the David Icke global conspiracy theories, with the man himself, first released on May the 21st, 2016…
David Icke Talks Conspiracy Theories With The BBC
Okay, this is a rather typical BBC News interview so don’t expect the journo in charge of the interview here (I think his name is Andrew Neil) to give Icke an easy time of it. Here is the blurb contained in the video description:
“David Icke is asked about conspiracy theories around 9/11 and lizards in Buckingham Palace. The former footballer and TV presenter spoke to Andrew Neil, Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo about theories. He said “much of it is backed up by hard factual information” when he looked at George Osborne and David Cameron on the EU, and what really happened over Tony Blair and the UK government’s actions over the Gulf War.”
I find it really hard to pinpoint my interest in David Icke, sometimes I am completely taken in by him…whilst other times I’m left shaking my head.
What I do know is that he is onto something, MOST of the time.
The man has been subjected to mountains of ridicule over the years but that really doesn’t seem to phase him.
What I have noticed is that a lot of the skeptics tend to be people that haven’t even read any of his books in great detail, and they don’t realise that he provides irrefutable evidence time and time again. He is constantly able to back up his theories with fact – no matter how thin that fact!
Anyway, if this is your first introduction to David Icke, you may want to think about reading a past article we published on him HERE before watching the interview above (that’s not a necessity – you can just watch the video if you want!!!). 🙂
I was thinking of including this interview in the documentary section of this website but it seemed a little too short in run-time overall, so I decided to make a post out of it instead!
If you have any thoughts or opinions on the subject, please leave them in the comment section below.