David Icke Just Gave A Ten-Hour Lecture At Wembley Stadium

The conspiracy theorist, famed for his assertion that world leaders are in fact blood-feeding lizard people cloaked in human form, has become a genuine superstar. Here’s a taste of his epic PowerPoint-style presentation, which stretched for more than ten hours, for an audience of 5,000 at London’s Wembley Stadium this past Saturday. Say what you will, but it’s impressive that he has developed such a bizarre, vivid, and detailed alternate explanation of reality, which so many people find compelling. Below, how “the fake reality” on Earth is being created by alien technology on Saturn and the moon:

26 Comments on "David Icke Just Gave A Ten-Hour Lecture At Wembley Stadium"

  1. What’s so weird about David Icke being the only person on planet Earth to come up with the full truth of everything?

  2. What’s so weird about David Icke being the only person on planet Earth to come up with the full truth of everything?

  3. Anarchy Pony | Oct 31, 2012 at 10:52 am |

    Kicking ass and bubblegum and such.

    What? Has no one here ever seen They Live! before?

  4. 10 hours! If you werent crazy going in, you would be coming out.

  5. Ted Heistman | Oct 31, 2012 at 1:01 pm |

    Why couldn’t I see this before? it said 404 not found untill just now.

  6. Ted Heistman | Oct 31, 2012 at 1:04 pm |

    I love David Icke. Its because as a creative person, at times I feel I have a message to share with the world, but I end up censoring myself because I fear it sounds too crazy and won’t be well recieved.
    David Icke is what happens when you just Go for it, completely balls to the wall and let the chips fall where they may. View it as campy performance art, view it as alternative journalism, view it as spirituality, whatever it is its pure awesomeness.

    • Kevin Leonard | Oct 31, 2012 at 11:02 pm |

      He is, indeed, entertaining and someone might learn a thing or two listening to him. Shouldn’t throw the baby out with the bath water.

    • Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 1, 2012 at 8:06 am |

      I get the feeling his message is primarily fear-based, ironically stroking the desires of our ancient lizard brain.

      His message is that there are some of us that are part of a reptilian race bent on world domination and the oppression of the friendlier monkey race. If that idea becomes popular it will only lead to an ideology reminiscent of the Nazi’s, how could it not?

      I don’t know if he’s as bad as Alex Jones but he seems to be in the same boat as the useful idiot. I’m sure you must know that there is professional ‘distracters’ and ‘psy-operators’ that channel disgruntled and angry people with no education into useless causes.

      • Matt Staggs | Nov 1, 2012 at 8:42 am |

        Interesting book you might want to read about UFOs and Air Force disinformation: Mark Pilkington’s ‘Mirage Men’.

      • “His message is that there are some of us that are part of a reptilian
        race bent on world domination and the oppression of the friendlier
        monkey race. If that idea becomes popular it will only lead to an
        ideology reminiscent of the Nazi’s, how could it not?”

        That premise is basically bullshit. Are you repeating the old canard that when Icke says “reptile” he really means “jew” ? That accusation is patently false and should be obvious to anyone who’s read his books or heard him speak. What he’s saying is basically no different “We are the 99%” only he’s talking about the top .001 percent as being the lizards. Top Bilderbergers, British and European Royals, dynastic banking and political families etc.

        In some sense they are Lizards. Another way to look at them is to categorize them as vampires. Which others have categorized them as the Wetiko of Native American mythology http://www.awakeninthedream.com/wetiko/

        As far as being a plant, I don’t see what the top .001 % would have to gain by an ideology that may get them strung from lampposts eventually. Seems strange to may that elites would pay a person to portray them as blood drinking reptilian vampires. Seems like an odd PR move to me.

        • Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 1, 2012 at 2:33 pm |

          That’s not really what I meant. I’m basically talking about becoming wrapped up in the idea of us vs. them. Scapegoating groups of people based on any category and fueling the flames of hate towards them. The meme of destruction, revenge and finding the culprits. How many times has it happened before?. On an on it goes, the counter-revolutionaries, the death-squads out to avenge lost ones, rinse and repeat.

          There is an unseen diffusion of influence, none of us are islands, we’re all complicit on some level. Maybe its recognizing that the system we belong to has made us all vampires in some way, on a global level its easier to see the inequality. Most of us are unconsciously striving to be the top vampire (some more than others), playing the game and never questioning who made the rules.

          We’re pretty much on the same page with this going by your previous posts, I just like to promote solutions for ‘bottom-up’ change instead of focusing on fixing or replacing the ‘top’.

          • A Gold star for you

          • OK. I see what you are saying. I guess I go back and forth on this. I guess its best to err on the side of seeing everyone as fellow humans, lol! But I also think there is a type of “open thermodynamic system” of exploitation at the top. So that basically the repeating pattern of Feudalism is basically a class of people feeding on the energy of other people.

            The peasants exploit the land in a non-renewable way, and a class of landowners exploits the peasants. So you have the essence of the Earth in all of its biodiversity being literally sucked dry. Financial hegemony through central banking has only intensified this pattern, That I believe began with intensive grain agriculture.

            There is a predatory parasitic class of people in the World.

            This is vampirism. I mean you could call it symbolic vampirism. But its also pretty much literal vampirism. The same way in which in the animal kingdom you see animals preying on other animals you have people preying on other people. This wouldn’t occur in a completely egalitarian society. Its a one way flow of energy.

            How do you describe a class of people who have a way of life of wanting to suck others dry of their very essence? Not reciprocity but outright exploitation? Its becomes quite frank if you read the writings such as Foreign Affairs.

            I would categorize Icke as a type of Gnostic. He is a Gnostic in that he believes normal consensus reality is not really real. PKD believed something very similar and expressed his view through Science fiction, but he didn’t exactly view it as fiction. It was more allegory to him I believe.

            I guess I would say that human beings can begin to resonate with reptiles and operate on that wavelength and that there is a class of people, an oligarchy, resonating to a reptile mindset and that this goes back thousands of years to the very foundations of civilization itself.

            When you get down to really big questions you get into weird territory.

        • Another Earth-monkey | Nov 1, 2012 at 2:34 pm |

          I don’t think he was calling Icke antisemitic – he was saying that the ideology which could result from his beliefs would be reminiscent of the Nazi’s, because “how could it not?”. When you say that a subset of the human race are literally not human – whether you think they’re lizard people, vampires, or space goblins from Venus – you dehumanize them. This is the basis of every ideology which gets good people to do bad things to other people. Usually dehumanization is metaphorical, but in this case it’s literal. (Not that belief in ‘psy-operators’ is a huge amount more reasonable.)

          • Monkey See Monkey Do | Nov 6, 2012 at 12:30 am |

            Pretty much. Dehumanizing groups of people, divide and conquer, oldest trick in the book.
            “(Not that belief in ‘psy-operators’ is a huge amount more reasonable.)”

            Ever heard of this thing called television?

      • BrianApocalypse | Nov 1, 2012 at 2:08 pm |

        I agree that Icke’s brand of conspiracy theory can vector the disgruntled off into essentially useless and disempowering avenues of thought (I think his recent ‘blame it all on the moon’ angle is especially pernicious), but I really don’t think he’s a professional psy-operative. Simple delusion, ego and wishful thinking are enough to get the job done.

        • Calypso_1 | Nov 1, 2012 at 2:30 pm |

          Feed the moon you say? Next thing he’ll be choreographing dances to really boring music on a provincial Work farm somewhere in France.

          • BrianApocalypse | Nov 1, 2012 at 5:12 pm |

            Heh, I think I may have attended a performance of the kind of dance you’re referring.

  7. TennesseeCyberian | Oct 31, 2012 at 1:52 pm |

    Only 5,000 people attended? And here I thought one was born every minute.

  8. That’s some entertaining lunacy! As for the “audience of 5,000 at London’s Wembley Stadium”, keep in mind that Brits have found lunacy amusing for at least the past 1,000 years. Most of the audience was probably drunken yobs laughing themselves silly.

    • BrianApocalypse | Nov 1, 2012 at 2:12 pm |

      As someone who has actually been to one of his events, I can tell you that, with very few exceptions, everyone who attended will have been there to receive his ‘wisdom’ and will have taken it all very seriously.

  9. He remains my favorite crazy person, because there is no malice in his crazy. He honestly just wants people to be free and happy. He just has no idea how to get them there.

    There are other, much more harmful kinds of crazy. I’m looking at you, Rush Limbaugh.

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