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Everything You Need To Know But Have Never Been Told By David Icke

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The ‘mad man’ who has been proved right again and again and again

David Icke has been warning for nearly 30 years of a coming global Orwellian state in which a tiny few would enslave humanity through control of finance, government, media and a military-police Gestapo overseeing 24/4 surveillance of a microchipped population.

He has said that ‘physical’ reality is an illusion and what we think is the ‘world’ is a holographic simulation or ‘Matrix’ created by a non-human force to entrap human perception in ongoing servitude.

They called him ‘crazy’, ‘insane’, a ‘lunatic’, and he was subjected to decades of ridicule, dismissal and abuse. Oh, but how things change.

Today his books are read all over the world and his speaking events are watched by thousands on every continent. Why? Because what he has been so derided for saying is now happening in world events and even mainstream scientists are concluding that reality is indeed a simulation.

Almost every day something that David Icke said long ago is supported by happenings and evidence. As Mahatma Gandhi said: ‘First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.’

David Icke’s time has come.

JY
January 6, 2018

Like always, David’s book is the best on the market about this topic, 700 pages, foreign import, less than $25, it’s definitely not selling for the money. Just buy it, read it, fully absorb the content, and then you will be free, physically, mentally, and most important, spiritually.

 

5 reviews for Everything You Need To Know But Have Never Been Told By David Icke

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mick

    Fantastic read, very enlightening and explains why the world is in such a state of constant upheaval and war.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Daniel Ford

    Icke explores over nearly 700 pages a vast range of subjects and shows how what appear to be separate, multiple conspiracies are actually multiple facets of the same *one* agenda for the enslavement, subjugation and suppression of everyone that is not the global elite.

    Icke has always pointed out that unless you connect these seemingly separate dots, you’ll never see the picture. This is a process Icke refers to as ‘Dot-connecting’ and he does it in this book as brilliantly as any other.

    There is a surprising amount of new information in this book and one thing that surprised me reading it, having read his last book Phantom Self, was how quickly the information had moved on in less than 2 years.

    In the first few chapters, Icke presents information about the nature of reality and the simulation he contends we live in (an idea that is gaining a lot of traction with technology, virtual reality studying talking heads and mainstream scientists) that is lightyears ahead of his last book.

    Icke calls the first chapter “The Biggest Need-To-Know” because, as he says,” without this knowledge (of the basics of reality), nothing else can make any sense, and its suppression has ensured generation after generation in culture upon culture complete entire lifetimes while never answering the basic questions of: Who am I ? Where am I ? What am I doing here ? There is a fundamental secret behind why the answers have been kept from us … Systematically imposed ignorance entraps humanity in perceptual servitude and allows the tiny few to control the very many”.

    I personally like the way Icke approaches the revealing of this information in the next 2 chapters. Icke dedicates a chapter each to firstly the ancient accounts and then to the modern, scientific, physics (especially quantum physics) perspective of reality. It’s fascinating to see how much they mirror each other and I guess that’s one of the reasons he did it.

    Icke refers to the Gnostic belief system often in the first chapter and throughout the book. Icke has pointed out that a big difference between religious and other accounts explored in the first chapter and the Gnostic belief system is that while other accounts have been changed over the generations to suit the authority of the time, Gnostic writings have remained the same. In 1945, Gnostic writings (codices) were found leather-bound in a sealed glass jar; unchanged from when they were first buried which was estimated to be around 400AD. Icke points out that he came to the Gnostic accounts having already studied reality, the negative force the Gnostics call the Demiurge and the Archons and other accounts for years previously. This was important as without that previous research, they could’ve ended up being a one-stop shop belief system rather than a confirmation of previous information while taking understanding on further.

    An important point Icke makes is that while different accounts and religions talk about a negative force and give them different names, they’re all talking about the same force; they just represent them differently with certain similarities. The Demiurge is the Devil is Yaldabaoth and other names. Icke also contends that the force the major religions (at least) worship as God is also the Demiurge. Icke notes that when you look at the mentality of the Old Testament God in Christianity, for example, and the mentality of the Demiurge, they’re exactly the same because they *are* the same, says Icke.

    The only true god, Icke says, is our true self – Infinite Self – Infinite Awareness – All That Is, Has Been and Ever Can Be having an experience we call human. This is a major theme of Icke’s work over the years and in this book, as with many others, he explains why the global agenda to enslave humanity is really about stopping us becoming conscious to our true self because of the power (over our own experience) and freedom it would provide us with.

    Icke goes deeper than ever before in looking at the physics of our reality from a modern, scientific point-of-view in the next chapter. It’s absolutely cutting-edge information. Icke even offers an alternative explanation for how our Universe came into being in the first place, although there’s more to know. I won’t spoil the book by talking about the information Icke explores, but to anyone reading the book, old or new to Icke’s information, you’ll see what I mean by cutting-edge.

    If I had a criticism, I would say the new information about reality could be explained in a simpler way. This is not philosophical; this is true, cutting-edge physics. I should point out however that Icke has always done a great job of explaining reality in a very simple way and showing just how simple it is behind all the needless jargon.

    Icke then spends much of the next chapter talking about Saturn and its fundamental role in feeding us a fake reality. Icke takes the information on further than before and goes beyond Saturn. Icke also offers an alternative view on fate and karma. Astrology is also explored in the book. Icke explains the true physics behind genuine astrology and talks about it in a way possibly never explained before.

    The next two chapters explore the hybrid elite and their reptilian/Archontic connection and genetics as well as mind control, paedophilia and Satanic ritual sacrifice of children by the elite and powerful. Icke has been researching this since the 1990’s in over 60 countries, and has never been afraid to name names. This book is no exception.

    Icke talks about his belief that the ruling elite and some of its gofers are nothing more than computer programs; software and this ties into his claim (again now starting to be acknowledged by mainstream science) that the body is a biological computer. Icke says the elite have no empathy or remorse for their actions because they have hybrid reptilian/Archontic genetics which means they don’t have the capability to experience virtually any emotion or any empathy or remorse.

    This has been a common theme of Icke’s work over the years but in this and his last book, Icke compares the Archons to a computer virus. Icke points out that the Universe is a quantum computer (again, being considered by mainstream scientists) and compares the Archons to a virus infecting this reality and humans. Icke claims this virus is what we call fear itself and its sub-expressions (anxiety, stress, worry, depression, disappointment etc.) and thus we have the World we do to feed the virus.

    Icke also explores the true origin of ISIS in this chapter and the role the West played in creating and funding ISIS, especially through Saudi Arabia and the role it still plays in directing them. Icke points out that the West supports and sells arms to Saudi Arabia and that the belief system of the Saudi royals – Wahhabism – is the same as that of the psychopathic actions of ISIS and why they’re the same. Icke explains that It’s Wahhabism not Islam driving ISIS.

    Icke also takes on his first taboo subject in this chapter when he talks about Zionism and its true origin. Many Zionists will be furious reading this but then if there’s one thing Icke doesn’t do in this book, it’s pull any punches. Icke talks about Revisionist Zionism or what he calls Sabbattean Frankism in reference to the two main people involved with the creation of Zionism, Sabbatti Zevi and Jacob Frank. Icke claims Zionism is a secret society placing its agents in positions of power and also shows the fundamental connection between Saudi Arabia and Israel and why the connection exists. Icke explains in the book how Zionism is central to the foreign policy of the West and thus provides clarity as to why Saudi Arabia plays the role it does in relation to ISIS. Icke notes that Zionism is a House of Rothschild front and this is why Israel is never condemned or sanctioned for its actions. Icke also points out that many Jewish people protest against Revisionist Zionism because Zionism and Revisionist Zionism are not the same thing.

    Icke looks at human life in this chapter also and how people are programmed and encouraged, through the media, addiction to technology and the internet, into myopia and a lack of peripheral vision which allows you to see the wider picture of World events and changes in society in their true context. Icke uses an ultra zoomed-in image of a butterfly wing to make the point that unless you see the wider picture, you can look at something forever but still not understand what you’re looking at. I thought it was a zoomed-in image of a toothbrush when I first looked at it. I was obviously wrong but then I guess that’s kind of the point. Icke compares this difference in perspective to the difference between pixels and the whole picture.

    Icke then looks at child stealing by the state, the state taking control over parents and how schooling and the education system tie into that as well as looking at how education is used as a programming operation; programming young, curious minds with mostly left-brain information, to get young people to see the World the way that suits the ‘the System’ (the Establishment and authority) so they will perceive and act in the way the elite want them to perceive and act. There’s a sub-heading called Get them young, get them for life and this sums it up perfectly.

    Icke says “you cannot have a free world without free minds” and later on in the book, on the same theme, he says “You don’t need a scientific mind to understand reality; you need a free one.” Icke says it’s exactly this freedom of mind the education system is there to stamp out. Icke also makes the point that the education system is about knowing more about the already known, so one generation is taught the same as the last but with more detail. Icke calls this coagulation of perception ‘The Postage Stamp Consensus’ to highlight its myopia of focus. Schools also program young people to follow rules, Icke says, and he points out the ‘madness’ of following rules just because they’re rules. A sub-heading called Rules is rules (and madness) again sums it up.

    The money scam and religion are then taken apart equally. Firstly, how money is created and how the money system really works and the compartmentalised pyramid controlling the global money system created ultimately by the global financial elite, which are ultimately the global elite, who own the global banking system.

    Icke then explains how all religions are the same program just with different names. ‘Rules is rules (and madness)’ is further explored by Icke in relation to religion and the adherence by its followers to not only the commandments of the religion that its followers are told they have to abide by but the scale of horrors perpetrated against non-believers and followers of rival religions. There’s a great line from Icke where he says “You want people to do something ? Easy – tell them God demands it”.

    Icke points out that it’s not only religions in the traditional sense that are religions but sport, celebrity, money; anything that holds your focus rigidly at the exclusion of peripheral vision.

    Mainstream media; its control ultimately by Intelligence agencies; its limited range of perception at the exclusion of ‘conspiracy theories’ in its words and the fracturing of the alternative media into what Icke calls ‘mainstream-lite’ and the remaining genuine alternative as well as the fake news scam are all explored in the next chapter. Icke examines how the ‘mainstream-lite’ media are claiming to be a genuine alternative while acting in ways that mirror the mainstream, especially in terms of its slavishly supporting Donald Trump. Icke makes a very salient point when he says “What is termed ‘alternative’ is an enormous spectrum of perception from those that are barely divisible from the mainstream to those like me who are questioning everything they have ever been told to believe, right down to reality itself”.

    Icke also covers the fact that ‘mainstream-lite’ media are producing content on the internet without real research and credible sources and calls on consumers of the ‘mainstream-lite’ media to be more discerning when sharing information. Icke also covers the clickbait side of the ‘mainstream-lite’ media; articles written in order to get people to click on a link to the article and every click equals advertising revenue. There’s nothing wrong with this except for the fact that the headlines are sensationalised and the articles either lack substance or are knowingly crap written just to get clicks.

    The lack of monetisation is covered as well in this chapter. YouTube is pulling monetisation for independent media content creators who are challenging the mainstream official explanation of World events and changes in society. Some content creators depend on this meagre income to continue to create content … and that‘s why they‘re doing it, Icke says. Censorship in all its forms is covered in this chapter as well as the fake news scam and the claim that Russian internet propaganda is influencing elections.

    Icke then launches head first into the political correctness, ‘progressive’, trigger warning, safe space environment and fascism and destroying freedom of speech. Icke takes no prisoners, pulls no punches and asks for no quarter in the next two chapters. There are many things about this book that make it ‘explosive’ in Icke’s words, but these next two chapters are central to that description.

    Icke said in an interview when talking about the book that “all the things you’re not supposed to say; all the things you’re not supposed to point out” are all in the book. Icke covers several subjects considered taboo and makes it clear that he refuses to be told what he can and can’t point out and he lets Progressives, Generation Snowflake or ‘Generation Jelly’ as Icke has dubbed them, the politically correct mob and the perpetually offended et al. know in no uncertain terms in the book how he feels about them and their attempts to destroy freedom of speech.

    I’ve noticed that political correctness and its shortcomings have been written about by others and addressed by public speakers, but only to an extent and not in the way this book does and when I’ve seen it done, it’s been from an academic point of view rather than just letting out how you feel and with a healthy dose of humour aimed at those in question involved in the way that Icke does in this book, which I have to say I prefer.

    Icke explains how the recent focus on transgenderism and gender fluidity and the explosion of kids and young people questioning their gender is because of increased encouragement to question gender. Icke also explains in detail where transgenderism is ultimately leading. Nobody else in the World is exposing transgenderism in this way.

    Icke then looks at World events and covers the elite‘s global agenda. There‘s a chapter about war and invasions of countries called “War, War, War – We Love It”, and the bigger picture and long-time plan behind both and their relevance, Icke says, to the long planned WW3.

    The penultimate two chapters cover Transhumanism – connecting humanity to a hive mind which will do all human thinking controlled by AI. Icke covered this in his last book but goes far more into detail here and in more depth. Icke called a chapter in his last book on this subject “The most important chapter I’ve ever written in my life”. This is the agenda for the end of humanity as we know it … and no, that’s not an exaggeration.

    Icke concludes the book with a chapter called “Perceptions of Freedom”, which is full of solutions, as was the final chapter in his last book.

    In the final chapter, Icke lays out the way out of the mess the world and humanity finds itself in. Icke recommends questioning … *everything* and asking why we believe what we do and where that belief came from. Icke points out that in many cases, it will have come from mere constant repetition.

    Also recommended in this chapter is moving from a self-identity with what Icke calls ‘Label Consciousness’ to an understanding of the true self – Infinity having a, by comparison, fractional experience called a body and name. Without this shift in perception, ultimately, nothing will or can change. With it, everything can change, says Icke, and very quickly. People identify with a label, and now, with the rise of ‘identity politics’, we are seeing the labels sub-divide increasingly to myopia of self-identity; sexual and gender identity groups increasing all the time as an example. With each sub-division of identity, we are being pulled further and further away from the true self, Icke says.

    Group-think leads to group minds, with everyone in any given group identity thinking from a group, rather than individual, point of view. This leads to identity politics with political correctness in terms of judgement of situations and how we approach situations, rather than looking at ourselves and everyone else as individual and judging each situation on its merit. Unless this happens, we cannot be free.

    Icke talks again about reality and how understanding it and therefore, becoming equipped with the tools to change our interaction with it, is fundamental to changing the situation we face as a collective human race. Perception, not politics, will change the world, contends Icke.

    Everything You Need to Know But Have Never Been Told is a unique, controversial, fascinating and explosive book; a real page-turner and well worth a read to anyone wishing to understand world events, reality and the solution to the world and society’s problems … and anyone sick of political correctness and the perpetually offended.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Liz Koegel

    This work starts a whole new paradigm – yes, we always lived in a world of 3D and its accompanying ILLUSION. The world of MAYA. Slaves with our every sloughed emotion being harvested for looch. Every bit of looch being recycled by ……ah, now that’s the story. You got it. Go to the conference if you can – you’ll find the dots join and every aspect of our enslavement becomes clear. And then you’ll discover that we can do a lot about our enslavement – here it all is – enjoy the shift from slave-world being to transforming into a cosmic resident. Gratitude and many, many thanks go to you, brave man, David Icke for illuminating the darkness we have been forced to endure.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Richard Woollard

    Incredible book, but beware, if you have a brain you’ll never be the same again. A way to enlightenment. Thanks David.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marty

    Clever men know how the world works.

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