David Icke draws the crowds

Icke, “the most controversial speaker in the world” needs a big venue to accomodate the listeners.

Thousands will flock to see David Icke at Wembley.

It was not long ago that David Icke could not walk down any street in Britain without someone making a rude and insulting remark against him thanks to the questionable treatment he received by television presenter Terry Wogan during his famous appearance on the Wogan show.

Move forward 21 years and the story could not be more different because David is now requires one of Britain’s largest venues to accommodate his ever growing audience.

Whether you find his reasoning and research legitimate or not is irrelevant because he has successfully proved beyond doubt that his research must count for something when you consider the accuracy of his predictions made many years ago.

David predicted the current economic crisis, the attack on the World Trade Center and the exploits by individuals such as Jimmy Savile long before they became news and hit the headlines.

The talk at Wembley will last for 9 hours as Icke takes the time to connect the dots of his research and his conclusions may be completely off the mark and lunacy but he could be bang on the money…

Err…. I doubt that.

Icke knows what he’s doing. Appealing to the crowd some of whom are there to see the oddball spectacle.

But,

NINE HOURS?!

No way I can take long.

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  9 comments for “David Icke draws the crowds

  1. October 22, 2012 at 5:48 PM

    David Icke’s talks are well known for going on and on for hours and hours and hours and…

  2. drwfishesman
    October 22, 2012 at 5:59 PM

    Greatest website I’ve ever seen concerning absurdity that is David Icke. Share and be happy.

    http://www.icke-exposed.co.uk/

  3. Bram Kaandorp
    October 22, 2012 at 6:00 PM

    This is the talk that will not end…

    A stadium, okay. But Wembley? The place is pretty much a symbol for unity and reflection. Live Aid, Lady Diana’s memorial anniversary. Why doesn’t he go to some place which stands for division instead?

  4. Chew
    October 22, 2012 at 6:37 PM

    But it only costs £39.75!

  5. Am_sci
    October 22, 2012 at 9:10 PM

    “Whether you find his reasoning and research legitimate or not is irrelevant…”

    Well, how can you argue with that?

    • Rich
      October 24, 2012 at 4:37 AM

      Yeah, let’s stand back and have a good long look at that sentence:

      “Whether you find his reasoning and research legitimate or not is irrelevant because he has successfully proved beyond doubt that his research must count for something…”

      It’s in a ‘Comment’ article, so an amount of opinion is to be expected, but even so this is a seven-league-boot step away from any sort of journalistic distance or critical thinking.

      A re-write:

      “You may disagree with Icke’s conclusions and how he arrives at them but you’re wrong and irrelevant. It MUST mean something because if we ignore X and Y, which didn’t happen although he said they would, he successfully guessed at Z AND LO! IT CAME TO PASS.”

  6. Rich
    October 23, 2012 at 6:29 AM

    While we are considering the “accuracy of Icke’s predictions” we could cast our mind back to when Los Angeles became an island, or, failing that, when the world ended in 1997. Memorable events.

  7. Step
    October 23, 2012 at 7:24 AM

    9 hours….lots of crapola slung at the wall, good probability that something will stick just long enough to be spun into a hit!

  8. sailor
    October 24, 2012 at 5:33 PM

    Maybe the lock the doors once they go in.

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