For 25 years David Icke has taken historic levels of ridicule and abuse for calling the world and reality as it really is. Now, with discoveries and world events proving him right by the day, people are at last beginning to see him for what he is – a man way ahead of his time with the guts to tell the truth on a scale and with a depth that no other is prepared to do.
David will lay it all out in simple dot-connected detail through a whole day at the SSE Arena in Wembley, London, with 1,700 images and videos, plus music, dance and many laughs.
No-one else on Planet Earth is doing what David Icke is doing, revealing what he is revealing, to expose the world, reality and life itself for what it really is behind the lies and perception deceptions of a rigged and merciless system that has turned humanity into little more than computer terminals on a global grid of monumental deceit.
This is the last time that David Icke will present an event on this dot-connected scale before heading into other areas of exposure and awakening.
If you miss it, you’ll regret it for the rest of your life as world events continue to confirm that David Icke is not the ‘nutter’ that the mainstream media portray, but a man who has seen beyond the veil and has the courage to tell the tale.
‘BBC America has just become much more American, after US cable television broadcaster AMC acquired a 49.9pc stake in the business.
BBC Worldwide, the BBC’s commercial arm, sold the minority share for $200m, in a deal which will allow BBC America to cut costs as the same time as gaining access to AMC’s creative team.’
‘U.S. President Barack Obama has blocked accountability, everywhere he can. He did it for the top officials who had caused illegal tortures to be used by the Government. He did it for the top officials who had caused mega-banks to crash in 2008 (whose crimes have, in turn, led to taxpayer-bailouts of the banks that they ran and often still run, all courtesy of Bush-Obama).’
‘It also emerged that the ex-Chief Whip has already spent £150,000 employing experts in a bid to clear his name.
One academic was paid £80,000 to calculate the time it would have taken to deliver his alleged ’59 syllable’ tirade.’
‘Between them the Oxbridge historians Christopher Hill and Eric Hobsbawn helped recast the teaching of the past in British universities and beyond. But their academic eminence did little to protect them from the Cold War scrutiny of MI5, it has been revealed.’
‘The increasing use of drones by police forces and private security may pose a threat to human rights, a United Nations independent expert has said.
‘An armed drone, controlled by a human from a distance, can hardly do what police officers are supposed to do—use the minimum force required by the circumstances,’ Christof Heyns, the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, told a UN General Assembly committee Wednesday.’
‘Video has emerged of police officers refusing the man – who they were preparing to arrest – access to supplies, and saying that anyone trying to hand any to him would be arrested themselves.
The protester, who was sitting on the plinth of the statue of Winston Churchill on Parliament Square and refusing to come down, was later arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and causing harassment, alarm or distress.’
‘Sometime soon Judge Julio Mendez, of New Jersey’s Superior Court, will decide whether a 67-year-old piano tuner named Charlie Birnbaum gets to keep his house.
New Jersey’s mighty Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has invoked eminent domain to take the Birnbaum property. The modest Atlantic City “three-flat” is on Oriental Avenue, a name readers will know from the board game Monopoly. But the Birnbaum home sits in the shadow of a big new mega-casino far too recent to be represented on any board game: the Revel. CRDA has claimed the Birnbaum house not for any specific purpose but just so that its land will be available for any future plans that CRDA or its business partners, which include Revel and other casinos, might dream up.’
‘The world’s richest countries are the ones where the median wealth per person is the highest. This system ranks nations truly according to the most-representative person in each given nation — the person who is in the exact middle of that nation’s population in terms of per-person wealth. Consequently, for example, if a Bill Gates or other billionaire relocates into a certain country, no matter how small its population is, this won’t change that country’s ranking, whereas it could raise the country’s ranking if the ranking-system were according to the mean wealth per person (i.e., dividing everybody’s total wealth by the total population-number).’
‘Two videos released within the last week show the NYPD unnecessarily harassing people in the city’s subway stations. The first video, posted by Vice last Friday, shows a man named A.B. Simmons upset after being stopped by the police. Vice reports that the officers claimed Simmons didn’t swipe his MetroCard at the turnstile. But on the video, you can hear him asking the officers to take his card and see that he swiped it. The officers refuse. The man grows increasingly upset, and officers eventually pepper-spray him before putting him in handcuffs.’
‘A convicted child sex offender is seeking up to £100,000 in damages for being featured on a Facebook page which claims to monitor paedophiles in Northern Ireland, the High Court has heard.’
‘Internet users who ‘threaten’ national security, by causing economic or environmental damage, could face a life sentence under new government plans to crack down on internet crime. Campaigners say the move will target whistleblowers.’
‘Defenders of lax election laws say it rarely happens — but apparently it’s happening again. In what critics describe as a shocking example of likely vote fraud, a surveillance video from a Maricopa County, Arizona, polling place shows a man stuffing hundreds of ballots into a ballot box.’
‘A Mexican mayor and his wife masterminded the recent disappearance of 43 student teachers and Mexico’s attorney general has issued arrest warrants for them.
The students went missing on 26 September from Iguala in the south-western state of Guerrero after they clashed with police. The incident sent shockwaves across Mexico and undermined President Enrique Peña Nieto’s claims that Mexico is getting safer under his watch.’
‘A Metropolitan Police officer responsible for protecting the Royal Family has been arrested today after ammunition was found in the grounds of Buckingham Palace.
The ammunition, believed to be from the Met’s own supplies, was discovered in personal lockers in a dedicated police building at the royal residence.’
‘The CIA is still fighting for creative control of its most anticipated 21st century work: the Torture Report. Long before it got involved in the ongoing redaction battle, it was spying on those putting the report together, namely Senators and Senate staffers. Hands were wrung, apologies were made and it was medically determined that Sen. Dianne Feinstein doesn’t have an ironic bone in her body. ‘
‘It’s news that few can believe. Profits at McDonald’s fell an astounding 30 percent during the third quarter and have been slumping for four quarters. The unexpected profit nose dive at the world’s largest restaurant chain is attributed to competition from other food chains, price hikes on some products and troubling developments overseas. Specifically, a McDonald’s supplier in China was recently shown changing food expiration dates on meat products and nine McDonald’s restaurants were shuttered by authorities in Russia for political reasons.’
‘More than 20 MPs earned over £100,000 in second jobs last year – topping up their £67,060 House of Commons salary.
Overall, MPs picked up some £7.1million in outside earnings – an average of more than £10,000 each – according to Parliamentary records.
Some 26 MPs earned more outside Parliament than they did as an MP, the latest register of members’ interests reveals.’
‘Israel is suffering from an epidemic of violence that must be treated, the country’s President Reuven Rivlin said. After the latest bloody conflict in Gaza, Jews and Arabs seem to have lost the capacity for dialogue, as relations have reached a new low.’
‘We really should be used to this by now. After almost six years in office, President Obama is far more like George W. Bush in national-security matters than he led the American people to believe.
For example, the New York Times’ Charlie Savage reports that Obama has yet to decide whether the international ban on torture applies to U.S. government conduct outside the United States.’
‘Activists who mobilized after the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown said Wednesday they have collected 200,000 signatures backing their demand that federal agencies address a nationwide trend of police violence with major reforms — including the collection and release of comprehensive data on how many Americans are killed by law enforcement officers each year.’
‘You know there’s a problem with the media when Al-Jazeera is trusted more than NBC, CNN, and MSNBC. As Pew research’s Journalism Project shows in the following table, the study attempted to measure not just whether people had heard of a variety of news sources, but which ones they really trusted when it came time to get straight info about politics and governments.’
‘The Ebola crisis is forcing the American healthcare system to consider the previously unthinkable: withholding some medical interventions because they are too dangerous to doctors and nurses and unlikely to help a patient.
US hospitals have over the years come under criticism for undertaking measures that prolong dying rather than improve patients’ quality of life.’
‘In a country so consumed with counting calories, the gluten-free fad, and fast food, the ingredients section on the back of packages are widely overlooked and riddled with internationally banned foods. The health center Mercola has compiled a list of the worst offenders, and they include harmful additives, growth hormones, and genetically engineered ingredients laced throughout foods designed to satiate the unsuspecting American appetite. Maybe the reasons behind why these foods are banned in other countries will fill our bellies with enough disgust and fear, we won’t be hungry for harmful ingredients any longer.’
‘Naftali Bennett, leader of the Jewish Home party, yesterday warned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that his party will destabalise the coalition government if the premier doesn’t expedite settlement construction in the West Bank.’
‘You’re looking at the James Webb Space Telescope as it’s lowered into NASA’s Goddard Thermal Vacuum Chamber. Inside the dark cavern, it is subjected to the same hostile environments as it will experience in space.’
‘Chronic and long-lasting radioactive releases are [ongoing]… Fukushima continues to bleed into the ocean, because those nuclear cores have melted down and are in direct contact with the groundwater. It will bleed for centuries perhaps, and certainly decades to come. So when you compare these nuclear accidents… [Chernobyl] didn’t hit groundwater… The bottom line is that accidents are getting worse… Chernobyl contaminated all of Europe – Fukushima is contaminating the entire Pacific.’
‘An $8 million dollar settlement has been reached in the case of the late Brother Stephen Baker.
A Boston attorney who represents 34 of the former Bishop McCort victims and several others in other states, said, ‘A victim who was outside the statute of limitations, in terms of civil cases, would receive a minimun of $60,000. A victim who’s case fell within the statute of limitations would receive $120,000,’ Mitchell Garabedian said.’
‘The Independent Press Standards Organisation (Ipso) is to continue to investigate the Sunday Mirror for the sex sting carried out against MP Brooks Newmark even though the complaint against the newspaper has been dropped.
This will be the first time that a press regulator has continued to investigate a complaint in the absence of a complainant. It follows new rules by the industry in the wake of the Leveson inquiry into the failures of newspaper publishers that followed the phone-hacking scandal.’
Why would these people attempt to damage the work of someone who was at the front line 25 years ago before there was a ‘truth movement’ and has already done more to alert people to the truth worldwide than this lot will do collectively if they live to be a thousand?
Who benefits? The System.
Why would they be so quick to criticise the UK Column which is way further down the rabbit hole than they will ever be prepared to go?
Who benefits? The System.
You can expect some major attempts to discredit me in the next few months which are bubbling in the background at the moment because I am getting far too close to the truth and they know that I won’t be intimidated or silenced.
I take it as a compliment and I’ll just run at them quicker.
Watch this space and all that.