David Icke: Conspiracy of the Lizard Illuminati (Part 1/2)

Conspiracy theorist David Icke takes us to a local satanic execution site and discusses the plot of the secret lizard illuminati. We traveled to the Isle of Wight to …




  1. HAHAAAAAAAAAA this guy is utterly fucking crackers – I don't care if that makes me look like a bigot he is absolutely ludicrous – a man who thinks lizards currently enslave the human race which has its HQ in the fucking moon.

  2. this guy is the definition of controlled opposition. they use retards like icke to lump together people who believe reasonable "conspiracy theories" with people who think reptilian aliens are ruling the world

  3. this guy is a right tool… he let the cat out of the bag at 5:03… his life is a job.. he's hoodwinking all those who want to understand the world through fiction.. cos its more fun than reading about civil war and precarious politics

  4. Great video! . . . Its unfortunate that so many people would rather believe in conspiracy theories like the nonsense in this video than embrace reality: I GET IT; I really do: its far more comfortable to believe in a simple yet ridiculous explanation (like that the moon landung was faked- the flag waves! (/sarcasm), or, for gods sake, lizard people!) for complicated phenomena than it is to accept that some things are beyond concise and easily understood explanations… Occam's razor, folks!1 second ago•

  5. A weem oh wett… A weem oh wett! The lion tweets tonight! Lol: 'They're laughing AT you!"… Maybe he's crazy like a fox, heck, his books sell! Like PT Barnum said, 'there's a sucker born every minute.', and somebody else said: it's a sin to let a sucker keep his money.'

  6. "This is where it all started walking along here and I had [a psychotic episode]! -Icke on his revelation about the hollow moon lizard master race.

  7. and now the world realized its flat and davids career and life work is on the line. i know the feel, i thought i was jesus once. strange shit goes on in this world

  8. Pretty triggering that the guy doesn't even know what a theory is. He speaks about his work as if it is a scientific, evidence based pursuit, and yet he degrades the "theory" and says his book is "evidence supporting fact". That's what a theory IS. The theory of evolution is our understanding of a fact of nature whereby animals evolve. We can never be 100% sure of the facts, in a technical sense, any scientist would accept that, but if a "hypothesis" is granted the title of "theory" then it is taken very seriously! Our theory of gravity is "only a theory", clearly it's a pretty good theory. Icke's hypotheses are just that: a supposition or proposed explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation. They are conjectures of what is going on without enough evidence for them to be compelling.

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