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David Icke Election -- Support David at a Free Public Meeting

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David will be speaking for an hour and a half and taking questions at a public meeting in the Haltemprice and Howden Constituency between 1.30pm and 4pm on Sunday, July 6th at the following venue:

Willerby Manor Hotel,

Well Lane

Willerby East

Yorkshire HU10 6ER

There are no tickets to secure, just turn up, it's a large room. We have timed the meeting and day so people can come from distance.

David Icke: Big Brother - The Big Picture



Photograph by Jack Cutting 

He will stand under the title 'Big Brother - The Big Picture' after a tremendous response to the idea over the last few days.

He needs all the help you can give him physically and financially over the next three weeks up to the poll on July 10th because time is very tight.

David has no desire to join the web of lies, deceit and corruption in the British Parliament, and would never swear the obligatory 'allegiance' to the Queen to take his seat, anyway, but it is a wonderful opportunity to highlight the depth, scale and connections of the rapidly emerging - and global - Big Brother State that he has been warning about in his books for nearly two decades.

To see how urgent it is to take action now see the David Icke Big Brother research archive or The David Icke Guide To The Global Conspiracy (And How To End It).

If you wish to help with the Election campaign, please email Justin Walker at ... and click here to donate to the Election Fund. Nothing, no matter how small, is too little:

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Cheques can be made out to The David Icke Election Fund and sent to:

David Icke Election Fund,

Suite 1,

185a High Street,


Isle of Wight

PO33 2PN

We need help from all quarters, and especially in or near the constituency of Haltemprice and Howden, close to the city of Hull.

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Making it clear

I want to make it clear one more time because a few people have still got the wrong impression. I have not put my name forward in the upcoming by-election because I want to win and nor do I have any chance of winning. I will get a few votes at most in the time we have. Personally I am not in the least bothered if I get zero.

It is not about that. It is about taking an opportunity in a by-election called by the sitting MP on the subject of 'Big Brother' to make the point that this is far, far bigger than even he realises and unless we see the BIG picture of what is going on nothing effective can be done to stop it.

We can sit on our bums and moan, or we can do what we don't want to do (as with me in this case) to communicate what people need to know as effectively as we can.

best wishes,