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The Philosophy of David Icke (In His Own Words)


David Vaughan Icke was a former BBC television sports presenter and a former spokesman for the Green Party. Currently, he is a public speaker and an author of many books (16 titles published titles). Just some few weeks ago, his interview from the now famous London Real entitled “The Coronavirus Conspiracy: How Covid-19 Will Seize Your Rights & Destroy Our Economy”, has gained millions of views and almost 400 thousand shares. The video has been reported heavily by the BBC and others and was censored in Youtube and other platforms. On this video, David Icke “talked about the coronavirus pandemic, the worldwide lockdown, how governments have manipulated their citizens, and the wider agenda behind social control and a surveillance society”. In addition, he also talked about the impending economic recession and “the impact of 5G technology and the violation of our rights and freedom of speech”.


To know more about the philosophy of this very important personality, here are some of the things he believed in:

“I’ve only got a small flat. My life is what I do therefore I don’t want a big house; I don’t want a big car.  I don’t want the trappings of all these stuff. Because, it’s a strange thing that the world is such, people, a lot of people, find it very difficult to accept or believe that anyone would literally dedicate their life to a cause and work at it seven days a week, sometimes 12 or 15 hours sometimes, often when I’m writing a book, because it was what they believe in, it’s what they believe was right.

“No no, there’s gonna be a catch. He’s gonna be doing it for money. He must be making millions. He lives in big mansion. Someone told me. Electric gates. Oh, the ‘Bentley’ that’s why he’s doing it.”

No. I’m doing it because the world is in state it is. Before I leave this reality I want to do everything I can. Everything I can, to make a difference. Not for me. As I’m speaking now, a few weeks from now I’ll be 60. You know, it’s not me who is 5 years of age or 15 years of age or 20, 25, 30 that are gonna have to live in this gathering Orwellian nightmare for most of their lives. But so what? Since when was what you do only about what affects you? This is how we get into this mess; this is why the world is as it is… “me, me, me, me, me! What’s in it for me, me, me, me, me? Am I gonna stand up for the injustice? Is the injustice against me? No, I’m busy that day”. And all that stuff.

I’m just trying to make a difference, not become a millionaire. What am I gonna spend it on? I mean look at the size of the flat (talking about the place where he lives), I live here now for 10, 11, 25 years. Why would I do that? If it was about making money, what would be the point? And given the fact that I’m gonna be doing this as I’m doing it now in terms of effort, for the rest of this sojourn in this reality until I drop, what am I gonna do with it? Anyway, if it was there because I aint gonna retire and go on Mediterranean cruises and all these stuff. The situation we’re in needs focus, total focus for what’s the rest of my life in this reality anyway. So to those people who can’t understand or appreciate that there are some who don’t do it because of what they get back, the satisfaction comes from making the difference, that’s what you get back. And the mansion doesn’t exist nor does the Bentley and all these other crap.

If people will just spend more time making their contribution to what’s happening in the world instead of trying to undermine those who are trying to do that, the world will be a better place and this control system will be coming down a lot quicker.  

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