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.