I want to preface this video by saying that I will interview anybody about anything. If you value learning, as I do, then you know that you have to consider all sides of every issue. It’s non-negotiable. If you’re serious about learning, then you are serious about listening especially to people with whom you do not entirely or even remotely agree.
Those who insist on not being exposed to different or uncomfortable ideas are shortchanging themselves. Learning something new is always an uncomfortable process. In fact, being uncomfortable often is my first clue that I am on the right track for learning something new or sharpening up something I didn’t know quite as well as I thought I did.
One final point; I do not consider it my role as an interviewer to convert someone to my point of view or let them know I think they are wrong about something. Quite the opposite, my job is to get them to speak as completely and as freely as I can. I always seek to ask great questions to draw people out more fully, not to put them on the defensive. That’s how I roll, and if that works for you – great! You’ll enjoy my work and this channel.
David Icke, one of the most controversial personalities of our time, has become a central figure in the UK Freedom Movement protesting ongoing lockdowns and the otherwise general medical tyranny following COVID-19’s emergence in 2020. Icke argues that the extreme overreaction by governments that we’re witnessing around the globe in reaction to COVID-19 (see Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, etc.) has little or nothing to do with public health, but is rather a well coordinated plan to clinch control and transform society as we know it. In this Brave New World of frightening technocratic dictatorship, what it means to be “human” and have “rights” no longer applies.
So why this interview at this time? Because I talk with people all day long – very smart people – and we ask ourselves “what’s happening…what’s even going on?” None of us really know. We turn the possibilities this way and that way. We weigh possibilities. We ask, “who predicted any of this?” And that’s when David Icke’s name shows up frequently. He foresaw many of the features that we now struggle with – Big Tech power and overreach, centralization of power and control, the loss of border and cultural boundaries as billionaire globalists push their agenda.
Well, when someone gets a lot of things right, it behooves us to ask them how they did that and to explore their methods and ideas.
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