David Icke: Receiving flak while over the target?

David Icke, a danger to public order, apparently.

Until very recently, I knew very little about David Icke. I had heard that he was a Holocaust denier but didn’t realise that he had a host of other ideas on a variety of topics. I didn’t even know what he looked like. Yet on the evening of the 19th of February, David Icke’s visa was cancelled by Australian Immigration on what seem to amount to ‘character grounds.’

He was set to tour the country conducting a series of talks, as he has done on ten previous occasions in Australia. Though the final decision came from the Australian Department of Immigration under Minister David Coleman, pressure was brought to bear on government by the ironically named ‘Anti-Defamation Commission’.

Upon hearing this news of Icke’s denial of entry, the group’s chairman released a statement praising Minister Coleman’s decision, stating:

“Bravo Minister Coleman for heeding our call and for declaring in a loud voice that anti-Semites and Holocaust deniers will never find a home in Australia”.

David Icke staunchly denies the claim that he is a Holocaust denier. Appearing on channel 10’s Studio 10, shortly after being denied entry, Icke claimed that there was an “absolute catastrophe for Jewish people in Nazi Germany”, and cleared up any misgivings about semantics when pressed by Kerry-Anne Kenerley, by stating that he did not deny the Holocaust happened.

Holocaust denial aside, David Icke covers some bizarre topics on his talks, that I had never cared to watch until I heard he was denied entry to Australia. There are some strange theories on a metaphysical world controlled by outwardly beings, the likes of which have been described by just about every major contemporary religion but having particularly strong roots in the Gnostic tradition. These notions may seem far fetched but they’re nothing entirely unique.

Claims of a similar vein have been made by Karen Hudes, who worked in the US import/export bank, in the legal department of the World Bank and also established an NGO known as the Committee on Multilateralism and Accountability of International Organisations of the American branch of the International Law Association. Quite an accomplished individual, she doesn’t quite fit the profile of someone who would have any inclinations to believe in wild global conspiracy theories. Yet Hudes has spoken of personal interactions with hybrid humans she claims have co-existed with human beings prior to this ice age. She refers to these beings as “a different species” known as Homo Capensis which she describes as having the appearance of human beings but with skulls that are elongated above the forehead.

These Homo Capensis are believed to be an intergenerational ruling class who have maintained a presence in the upper echelons of human society for millennia. A key feature of this line of thinking is that the Pope’s traditional hat is designed in such a manner as to hide the enormously long skull of these beings. Without the capability of remorse, creativity or compassion, these beings are alleged to have ruled over human society aided by traitorous humans throughout the ages. This may seem absolutely inconceivable to many but there is some evidence to suggest DNA inconsistencies in humans along with skeletal remains that possess similar characteristics described as being that of the Homo Capensis, which may give some – though perhaps limited – legitimacy to the notion. Even from my incomplete understanding of David Icke’s ideas, there seems to be an alarming similarity between theories that should cause some pause among the most objective of thinkers.

Research and discussion over what grade of creature our apparent overlords might be could go on for lengthy periods, but one issue that I personally find highly disturbing about globally elite society is the seemingly normalised propensity of Paedophile rings. David Icke’s 1998 book ‘The Biggest Secret’ is claimed to detail a paedophile ring among the British elite, which implicates former UK Conservative party leader and Prime Minister Edward ‘Ted’ Heath as being guilty of multiple sexual assaults on minors over roughly three decades. In 2017 The Guardian published key findings from British Police who indicated that if Ted Heath was still alive, he would be interviewed under caution.

The Guardian also covered the inhumane and depraved acts of British celebrity Jimmy Savile. This 2014 article details the timeline in which Savile is first confronted with the allegations during an interview with Louis Theroux in 2000. Savile denied the claims but in 2011 the scandal broke and in October the following year the Metropolitan Police launched a formal investigation into the myriad of sexual abuse claims. In 2013 Scotland Yard:

“..labelled Savile a “prolific, predatory” sex offender after its investigation revealed 214 criminal offences across 28 police forces between 1955 and 2009. Its report, Giving Victims a Voice, found that 73% of his victims were children, and the allegations of abuse span 14 medical establishments.”

Jimmy Savile was a societal elite who frequented functions and gatherings of the rich, famous, and Royal personalities of Great Britain. He was even awarded a knighthood in 1990. David Icke’s book asserted Saville’s numerous crimes in 1998, yet in 2019 it is Icke who is denied his eleventh trip to Australia on character grounds.

Why now? I don’t profess to know but there are a number of developments in the world of the global elite that may give grounds for pause. In October 2017, child actor and former drug addict Corey Fieldman gave an interview where he vowed to reveal the names of people involved in a paedophile ring in Hollywood, and was in the process of raising funds to produce a movie where all would be revealed. At almost the exact same time of his interview, Corey and his band members were arrested in Louisiana and charged with misdemeanour possession of marijuana, driving under suspension and speeding. Very little has come to light about this campaign, other than Corey running into troubles raising money and even an allegation of grabbing a woman’s butt which was thrown out. Rumours circulated of these incidents being targeted intimidation plots by an unnamed powerful cadre, but nothing concrete has emerged.

In 2018 while shooting his satirical film, ‘Who is America’ Sacha Baron Cohen claimed that he had inadvertedly stumbled upon what seemed to be the indication of the existence of a paedophile ring in Las Vegas. Cohen and crew were filming at the time of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and wanted to look into the manner in which someone in the limelight could get away with such crimes for such a prolonged amount of time. Cohen immersed himself in one of his characters named Gio and proceeded to investigate the networks that surround celebrities like Weinstein, beginning with a Las Vegas concierge. On the interview Cohen remarked:

“During the interview, I revealed that basically Gio has molested an eight-year-old boy. Now, mind you, this is extreme comedy, and we thought that the guy would leave the room. Instead, this concierge stays in the room, and I go: ‘Listen, you’ve got to help me get rid of the problem’.”

An article in the Independent claimed that it was at this point that the concierge began to divulge information on how to “silence” the child, and further conversation which alluded to “murder”.

From the article in The Independent:

“Cohen continued: “This guy starts advising Gio how to get rid of this issue. We even at one point talk about murdering the boy, and the concierge is just saying, ‘Well, listen, I’m really sorry. In this country, we can’t just drown the boy. This is America. We don’t do that.’ And then, in the end, he puts me in touch with a lawyer who can silence the boy.

At the end of the interview I say, ‘Listen, I want to go out and celebrate now. Can you get me a date for tonight?’” Cohen explains. “He says, ‘What do you mean, a date?’ I go, ‘you know, like a young man.’ He says, ‘Well, what kind of age?’ I say, lower than Bar Mitzvah but older than eight. And he says, ‘Yeah, I can put you in touch with somebody who can get you some boys like that.’”

Cohen and his producers claim they handed the footage of the interview to the FBI who they claim “decided not to pursue it”.

Yet these ominous phenomena doesn’t stop there. To this day there seem to be a number of serious unanswered, and indeed un-investigated avenues in the Pizzagate scandal. If we’re generous and assume for a moment that the disturbing photos of artwork that allegedly adorns Tony Podesta’s house are fake, and the equally disturbing photos attributed to the Comet Ping Pong Instagram are also fake, there are still some problems with this story that much of the mainstream media has decried as thoroughly debunked.

For one, what is with the extremely bizarre bands like The Cosmonauts, Three Lolitas and Majestic Ape of Heavy Breathing performances at Comet Ping Pong? The latter of whom has made casual quips during live shows that allude to known attendees liking little boys. There is even paedophile symbology found in one of the featured band’s music videos. Symbology confirmed by the FBI database as code used by paedophiles. Even now one can find shows starting at 10pm that are ‘all ages events’ on the Comet Ping Pong website. Why would the DNC have so many fundraisers here of all places and how exactly has owner James Elefantis become one of the most well connected and successful business owners in Washington DC? How does this not warrant a further investigation by the FBI or even local law enforcement?

Perhaps the darkest twist in the midst of all of this is the case closer to home of George Pell’s recent conviction. Here is a man who volunteered to return from the Vatican under no requirement by means of extradition, only to be acquitted of having known involvement in covering for convicted paedophiles. The recent charges have a number of holes in them which have been identified by Andrew Bolt and Adam Piggott and don’t need to be explored here, but what is clear is that the media’s anti-Christian frenzy has appeared to have had its desired effect on a jury who were out for sacrificial blood at the mere whiff of a fresh allegation to damage the Catholic Church.

The same vitriol is seldom seen against the Hollywood elite or the Democrat Party towards whom the media are not just silent – they fiercely defend these entities against all allegations of impropriety and decry them as strictly in the realm of conspiratorial fantasy and “Fake News”. It seems that these pundits and their followers have a hatred for Christianity that knows no bounds but a dislike for paedophilia that clearly does.

In light of all of this scandal that has been in public knowledge for some time, the sudden decision to deny David Icke access to Australia seems a little more sinister than it appears at first glance. Is this outcome indicative of deteriorating freedoms in Australia and the rise of authoritarian rule? Or is it something that hits our culturally affluent class a little closer to home given recent revelations across the Western world? Is it a combination of both?

One conclusion that I’ve come to as of very recently is that David Icke is not a madman. I believe some of his ideas to be ridiculous, others plausible and others which have clearly proven to be true, in which case opinion is irrelevant. What’s crucial here, and what Minister David Coleman and the Anti-Defamation Commission don’t seem to be able to grasp is that David Icke could have come to Australia, done his talks and departed with little more than a blip on my radar. I didn’t know the extent of Icke’s ideas until he was denied a visa, and I get the feeling that I’m not alone in this. Rest assured, this won’t be the last great censoring to backfire on the powers that be.

“When you cut out a man’s tongue you don’t prove him a liar, you just show the world that you fear what he might say” – Tyrion Lannister.