Friday Afternoon Movie: David Icke: Was He Right?

Another week comes to a close here at the catacombs. Once again on I am on 24 hour lock down as my lithe and mysterious superiors sequester themselves in the lower levels to commune with the Ogdru Jahad in preparation for the dissemination of horrible and blasphemous texts. This isn’t as much of an inconvenience as one might think, as my movements are usually kept to a mere three hours outside of my cell. The current situation just means that I have to call for a eunuch in order to send faxes or make copies. It’s really not that bad, though it does mean that I know longer have access to the aging and, admittedly understocked vending machines. This may be a good thing. It really depends on how you feel about consuming soda past it’s sell-by date I suppose.

Besides, I still have the internet to keep me company, entertain me when I’m bored, and distract me from the horrible chanting and voices from outside time and space emanating from caverns miles beneath me. To that end the Friday Afternoon Movie presents the BBC Channel 5 program David Icke: Was He Right?, detailing the history of the chief crusader against the alien lizard people who control the world, who previously had gone on television to declare he was the son of God, and looking at whether or not he may, in fact, be correct in his various, outlandish assertions about What Is Really Going On. Icke has made an appearance on the FAM before, but I think it’s well worth further exploring his theories, because they’re just so damn crazy. There’s almost a perfection to his insanity, as to ignore it is to let him carry on about alien lizard people controlling the world but to argue it is to acknowledge the idea of alien lizard people who control the world. Either way, David Icke has won. In that regard, the man is a genius. In every other, he is endlessly entertaining.

8 Responses to “Friday Afternoon Movie: David Icke: Was He Right?”

  1. Will Ellwood Says:

    It’s worth pointing out that David Icke is from the same place as me. The water seriously it does things to your brain if drank while young.

  2. Leigh Woosey Says:

    Is this a BBC program? It’s clearly been broadcast by Channel 5. That is not the BBC. it’s very different, not least because it is funded by commercials.

  3. Richard Says:

    Truth is generally stranger than fiction.

    That’s what the cool kids keep telling me anyhow.

  4. Mer Says:


    (Although I, for one, welcome our new reptilian overlords.)

  5. Wood Says:

    It’s also worth noting that Icke was a professional footballer (“soccer player” to the Transatlantics) and later a well-known sports commentator before he flipped. He famously unveiled his new calling on a popular British chat show, wearing a turquoise track suit. He was pretty much laughed off the stage.

  6. Lady Lavona Says:

    I remember watching this guy speak on a video that was being passed around my circle of friends in the early 90’s. At the same time we were watching Alex Collier, who was even more outspoken about the Reptilian Agenda. Most people still can’t handle this kind of information because it challenges their belief systems and what they consider “real”. Whether or not you believe in “lizard people”, his predictions about the New World Order Agenda are totally on point. It’s crucial that people start listening to what people like David Ike have to say…take a grain of salt if you will…but listen.

    Check out this link:
    This is some of the “New Thought” that is expected to be embraced by humans once we make our highly anticipated quantum leap evolution in 2012. Or at least the start of it.

    We are small and learning…

  7. Lady Lavona Says:

    If you’re into this sort of thing, check out this book called:

    Nothing In This Book Is True, But It’s Exactly How Things Are
    by Bob Frissell

    It’s brilliant!

  8. Nadya Says:

    Ross, thanks so much for posting this. When I watched the original documentary you posted about David Icke, I too wanted to know more about him. I wanted to know what his family life was like, and what was the deal with him and his wife, etc. This documentary answers all my questions!

    My favorite moment: “that’s not true, you don’t know my dad” “exactly”