David Icke

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  • Overall, we rate DavidIcke.com a tin foil hat conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience website based on constant publication unverified claims.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: United Kingdom
World Press Freedom Rank: UK 33/180

History

David Icke is an English writer and public speaker. A former footballer and sports broadcaster, Icke has made his name since the 1990s as a professional conspiracy theorist, calling himself a “full time investigator into who and what is really controlling the world.”

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Funded by / Ownership

The owner of DavidIcke.com is Ickonic Enterprises. Revenue is derived through advertising, donations, membership fees and sale of David Ickes books, videos and other merchandise.

Analysis / Bias

In review, there are simply too many instances to list that David Icke is an over-the-top conspiracy theorist, but this is the one that he is most famous for: Icke believes many public figures are reptilian humanoids and paedophiles or as he calls them “The Reptilian Illuminati.”

When not reporting on reptilian humanoids, David Icke promotes anti-vaccine propaganda, aliens, 9/11 conspiracies, and chemtrails. He also supports Brexit and tends to hold a right leaning bias.

Mr. Icke is either the greatest con artist in history having amassed over 20 million dollars on books and speeches or he is certifiably insane.

Overall, we rate DavidIcke.com a tin foil hat conspiracy and quackery level pseudoscience website based on constant publication unverified claims. (D. Van Zandt 1/19/2017) Updated (11/8/2019)

Source: https://www.davidicke.com/

 

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