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Product Details

  • Paperback: 518 pages
  • Publisher: Truth Seeker; 2nd edition (October 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0952614715
  • ISBN-13: 978-0952614715
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.3 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #182,144 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

David Icke, the author of eight books, tours the globe addressing increasingly larger audiences. Many have called him "the most controversial speaker in the world." David was born in Leicester, England in the United Kingdom. He started his career as a professional soccer player until 1973, at age 21, rheumatoid arthritis ended his career. He ventured into journalism and regional television until 1980, when he became a network television news and sports caster until 1990. An experienced environmental campaigner since 1982, Icke has a history of setting up environmental pressure groups. He became the National Spokesman for the British Green Party from 1988 until 1991. While working with the Green Party Icke started to research into issues such as Third World debt, its true causes, and how could be effectively resolved. Icke soon uncovered a disturbing pattern of events and exploitation that was to change the direction of his life forever. As his research progressed Icke left the Green Party and committed himself totally to his research. From 1991 until the present day Icke has become a man with mission. Icke seeks to research and expose the truth about the nature of the human race, how we have been conditioned, the manipulation of the world today, and how we can set ourselves free.

Customer Reviews

How did we bring himself to say it!
Packed with enough "facts" to convince even the most skeptical reader, "...and the truth shall set you free" is frightening in its verisimilitude.
Richard La Rosa
This is a great book and every page worth reading.

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61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By southpaw68 VINE VOICE on October 31, 2003
Format: Paperback
Author David Icke has written a conspiracy book with a more liberal viewpoint than usual. He refers to a lot of New World Order researchers from the left and right and explains and summarizes various plots well. Conspiracy buffs may have heard of a lot of this material before, so I can't really say it's original. Icke subcribes to using your mind as your "flexible friend" rather "rigid taskmaster" chained to some dogma that rejects other ways of thinking. He has an interesting approach to his research and does not hesitate to criticize the left, the right, Darwinists, Christians, Jews, New Agers, or any belief system that claims to have an unerring dogmatic truth.

Icke has gotten into trouble for criticizing some Jewish organizations and when one talks of conspiracy theories, there are some who think that (wink wink) you are really just talking about the Jews. He has read some books that people critical of Jews have read and comes to different conclusions about the information he has discovered. He thinks that it is just a few Jews who have betrayed other Jews and are in cahoots with the New World Order. He explains how many Nazis were "Jewish" selling out their own people and supporting Hitler financially and otherwise, along with the ruling families of the Illuminati who were supposedly on the allied side. The allegedly Jewish Arthur Rosenberg, one of Hitler's own, is mentioned by Icke in the book. Icke also mentions Allen Dulles of US state department, a gentile who supported Hitler while seemingly on the Allied side. According to Icke, Hitler was part of the grand conspiracy, but was duped eventually by the people above him. Icke explains how the Illuminati creates most wars and then finances both sides my manipulating human nature.
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Cathleen M. Walker VINE VOICE on August 15, 2000
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A must for the shelf of any conspiracy researcher. While I was not always able to follow the threads of who knew whom and what their connections in history were, I know the documentation is there if I ever need it. The man knows whereof he speaks, and it is in our best interest to understand what he is trying to say. There are ugly things happening in this world, in this country (USA) and in this developing "Global Community," that we cannot afford to turn a blind eye to. It is crucial to become aware, to pay attention, and to understand what is happening. We won't be able to make a difference after the fact. We create the world we want. We can use the power of our minds and hearts to change the course of history. First, we must be aware. "Education" is not what you pay for in a University. Education is the power and the responsibility to think for yourself. Only then will we be free.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 2, 2000
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I just finished reading this book and I have to say that I found this book extremely interesting, shocking, and disturbing. This book talks about murder conspiracies, secret societies, government and alien mind control,new world order, satanic ritual and child abuse and all the negative challenges this world is going through now. It also ends with his view on how we can positively transform the world. I made myself finish the book; even though I was quite upset when he described the horrific and sick torture and abuse of children. I wanted to get in my car and go looking for those secret wharehouses! Now I can no longer look at the faces of these politicians (like George Bush) and not think "monster"! I have worked within the federal government for 22 years and do know that UFOs and ETs do exist. I also know that many many people are being abducted, experimented on, and tagged. However, it was extremely hard for me to understand how all these people like Bush, Clinton, Gore, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and many others could get away with all those evil deeds and it not become public in some way? You know in this day and age someone always has a video camera, recorder, etc. I can only say that he has definetly strongly awakend my curiosity and I will be checking his facts. Again, you really have to finish this book, because it makes you want to find out if he is telling the truth. I found this book to be facinating reading. I will also be checking his other books to see if they are as good.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Erick Greenwalt on March 11, 2002
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I think that one of the greatest gifts any author can give us is an understanding of our world from a new perspective, even if that perspective isn't always comforting or conforms to our perception of reality.
It is my opinion that David Icke has done just that in this volume, he has produced a superlatively-writen work that is both scholarly in that he corobates most of his assetions as well as one that easy to read and liberating. When I first began to read Mr. Icke's earlier works, I balked at most what he wrote, but the more I thought about it, the more some of the seemingly-diseparate elements of the world, such a religion, science, and big business, came into focus for me and I realized that perhaps they weren't as unrelated as I may have at first assumed. That there may indeed be an insideous conspiracy to deprive humanity of it's freedom and spiritual heritage.
I think that the title is very apropiate, "Know the truth, and the truth will set you free." That is not to say that I think all of the contents are completely true, but there seems to me
that this book has a strong sense of versimilitude, if not actual truth. I think that this volume is essential for those who cannot stomach the garbage we are inundated with on a daily basis by the elite-dominated, sensationalistic mass media. I would also recomend Charlote Iserbyte's "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America" and Zacharia Sitchin's Earth Chronicles.
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