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Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Never Told Paperback – February 1, 2018
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Now, especially in the last two years or so, I see he has connected so many CRITICAL dots. Science and History and leaked documents have proven him almost %100 correct, IMO. The things he points out in this book are true--in as much as anyone understands them at this point.
Even if Icke is wrong about half of the things he posits in this giant doorstop book, the rest is essential reading. But he is not wrong. The evil and the weird have been revealed since the advent of the internet. More is coming out every month. Our governments cannot hide like trolls under the bridge anymore. And this generation is both technologically savvy and spiritually curious. That's a nail in the elites' collective coffin, if all goes well.
And Icke's tendency to point to the previously occult and to ancient insights is more apropos than ever. Early humanity was not stupid. Early humanity was as spiritually capable as we are. They may have even been more technologically capable! But I'll leave that argument up to Graham Hancock.
Read this book. Make no decisions until you are done. Think it all over. You will soon see the world, watch the boob tube, and observe people in a new light. Light always dispels the dark.
I thought Icke's smiling face on the cover was corny or arrogant at first--but now I realize. Icke won't be here many decades longer, unfortunately. So this book is both a magnum opus to remember him by and a big flip off to the elites. Every time they have to try to keep this book out of your hands, Icke will be smirking at them. Because they are indeed the evil puppet fools he reveals them to be. They deserve to be laughed at as they quest for power and control and fear-mongering expertise.
Great job, David Icke. This is a book to re-read. No question. This information is power. With it, trust of the illusion the elite feed us will fade more quickly.
And the book's also a suitable weapon if anyone breaks in while you're reading it! I remember seeing guys knocked out by what humans used to call "phone books" back in the Eighties. This book should do the trick as well. Comprehensive and combat-ready.