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More about David Icke Forget who you are by David Icke David Icke David Icke David Icke David Icke David Icke David Icke Author: David Icke David Icke was born in 1947, in Leicester, England. He grew up in a lower-middle-class family, and from a young age wanted to be an entertainer. Icke attended the Coventry Technical College, where he majored in English and Psychology. After completing his education, he began a career in television, working in the BBC’s new drama department and, from 1980 to 1983, as the producer of children’s television . In 1983, Icke published his first book, And the Truth Shall Set You Free, in which he advocated the conspiracy theory that the Catholic Church was covering up a fact that, if brought to light, could destroy the world . In the following years, Icke was one of the first British rock stars to cross over to the alternative music scene. He worked on many projects, including directing a documentary called Icke and Friends and, later, a number of animations . In 1990, Icke wrote his second book, The Biggest Secret, which argued that most of the world’s problems could be traced back to the existence of a group of secret international organisations, known as the Illuminati . Icke’s third book, The David Icke Report, was published in 1993. The book detailed an argument that the British monarchy is a descendent of the Merovingian line of the rulers of Germany and France, who have been plotting against the world since the Middle Ages . In 1994, Icke became the new host of a BBC TV programme called The World Tomorrow, a reality television show that featured guest appearances by celebrities . In 1995, Icke published his most controversial book, The Dangerous Rainbow: The Truth about Chemtrails and Geoengineering, which argues that secret government agencies had been deliberately spraying chemicals and other toxins into the atmosphere in an attempt to create a global climate change, which could be used as a weapon against the human race . The book sparked strong protests from many environmentalists . In 1996, Icke wrote his fifth book, The Robots’ Rebellion: The Dawning of the Age of Artificial Intelligence, in which he argues that, rather than being a good thing, artificial intelligence will spell the end of humanity ac619d1d87

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