Icke sued, settles libel action against popular book

Some interesting news regarding conspiracy promoter and the prince of looney ideas, David Icke. A lawyer, dogging him for years, has received a settlement claiming Icke’s book Children of the Matrix was defamatory to Jewish people.

David Icke settles libel action via the website of Richard Warman, Canadian human rights attorney.

British conspiracy writer David Icke and co-defendants have paid Canadian human rights lawyer Richard Warman $210,000 CDN (117,000 GBP) in damages and legal costs to settle a libel action against them.

In 1999-2000, Warman had worked with various Jewish and anti-racism groups to notify public venues in Canada of discriminatory elements within Icke’s mishmash of conspiracy theories. After being provided with material from Icke’s own writings, a number of these venues withdrew permission for Icke to use their facilities in his tours.

In retaliation, Icke included false allegations in his 2001 book Children of the Matrix that Warman was seeking to suppress Icke’s purported exposure of Satanic child abuse and murder.

Further distribution of Children of the Matrix has been ceased. Any new editions must remove the defamatory material. I don’t have the book, obviously, however, you can read it here. Here is a lovely excerpt to illustrate an example:

Christianity claims to oppose the force known as “Satan” and yet there are many themes of Satanic ritual within its beliefs and ceremonies.

There are indications that the ritual of the Eucharist is a reflection of earlier rituals related to human sacrifice and blood drinking. There is the emphasis on symbolically eating the body of “Jesus” and drinking his blood as red wine. We might expect, therefore, that the Christian Church would be a front for Satanism and its blood and sacrifice rituals.

That, it turns out, is precisely what it is.

Today the religions of the world remain a major tool of the Illuminati agenda. They maintain the climate of unquestioning, unthinking, ignorance, and their pseudo-morality provides a veil of hypocrisy, behind which the most sickening abuse of children can be hidden.

Some of the most famous church “leaders” and evangelists on the planet are Illuminati operatives who use religion to manipulate and brain-wash their followers while engaging in Satanic rituals that beggar belief. That is not to say everyone is involved in these horrors, of course not. Most of the advocates of these religions would be as outraged as the rest of us if they realized what was going on.

He then goes on to call Billy Graham, Pat Robertson and Mormons Satanists.

The whole book, as well as all of Icke’s work, is intellectually offensive. Icke apparently asserts that all his claims are true because no one ever sued him. Well, what’s another lie?

The settlement seems like a tiny amount compared to the profits Icke must make off his work.

Tip: Terry the Censor

  5 comments for “Icke sued, settles libel action against popular book

  1. Adam
    March 11, 2015 at 9:12 AM

    To be fair, he has as much evidence to back up his claims as the religions he attacks. Zero.

  2. Jan Malcheski
    March 11, 2015 at 11:13 AM

    Haven’t read this “work” and have no desire to! Maybe a Canadian libel lawyer would like to weigh in. Over the border here in the US, as despicable, stupid and offensive as may be, this garbage might well be considered “protected speech.”

  3. Mike C.
    March 11, 2015 at 11:42 AM

    David Icke has gone off the deep end. You just can’t take that guy seriously. I hope he loses badly.

  4. Karl
    March 11, 2015 at 12:44 PM

    For years a big question was was Icke anti-Semitic? Was he just erasing “Jews” and writing in “space lizards”? Many believed when he said “space lizards” he really meant “space lizards”. This suit seems to lend evidence to those who believe Icke is an anti-Semite and has just been knowingly talking in code.

  5. kennyg
    March 16, 2015 at 10:19 AM

    The shape shifters cannot be called out in the corporate media so that’s how he created his body of work. Mingling with Alex Jones and the like. Well stated, Karl.

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