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David Icke
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    (April 29, 1952- )
    Born in Leicester, England, United Kingdom
    Former spokesperson for the Green Party (1988-91)
    Wrote 'The Robot's Rebellion' (1994), '…And the Truth Shall Set You Free' (1995), 'The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World' (1999), 'Children of the Matrix' (2001) and 'Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster' (2002)
    Claims the world is controlled by secret societies headed by a 'Brotherhood' of alien reptilian shape-shifters, including Queen Elizabeth II and #66>George W. Bush
    He announced, 'I am a channel for the Christ spirit. The title was given to me recently by the Godhead,' and predicted Britain would be devastated by tidal waves and earthquakes (1991).
    He endorses the anti-Semitic hoax 'The Protocols of the Elder of Zion.'
    He claims a group of Jewish bankers financed Hitler's rise to power and the Holocaust.
    He claims that the British neo-Nazi group Combat 18 is a front for the Anti-Defamation League and that the role of the ADL is to 'brand as anti-Semitic' anyone who gets close to 'the truth.'
    He has described the far-right Christian Patriot groups as the only Americans who understand the truth about the New World Order.
    His persuasiveness led the 'Observer' to call him 'the Green's' Tony Blair.'
    He told a Christian Patriot group, 'I don't know which I dislike more, the world controlled by the Brotherhood, or the one you want to replace it with.'
    He denied being anti-Semitic, saying, 'Is this a Jewish plot? No, no, no. Is it a plot? Yes, yes, yes. We are being manipulated and I don't care if you are Jewish, Catholic, Chinese, etc.'
    He declined an offer to appear on 'Celebrity Big Brother', saying he was interested in 'the real Big Brother, not adding to the diversions that allow him to operate unchallenged.' (2004)
    Two 'Doctor Who' episodes used the premise that Britain's ruling elite are secretly alien lizards (2005).

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