David Icke to Appear on BBC’s ‘Question Time’?

A Human Rights Petition just launched to get David Icke onto a BBC political debate show called Question Time.

“The BBC sent an email to the team a couple of days ago completely dismissing David and his ideas. Ever since then they’ve had a lot of people contacting them in disgust,” Icke’s webmaster told Activist Post “so this petition has occurred as a result.”
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David Icke represents all of the people not only in the UK but all around the world who are now waking up to the corruption and Orwellian like governmental control that exists.

The politicians that are invited onto BBC Question Time no longer represent the people of the UK and their interests. The corruption is rife and the hypocritical nature of those within politics is disturbing.

Not only is it right that a more – ‘alternative’ – view is given screen time we must also remember that we fund BBC programming with our TV License.

By inviting David Icke onto Question Time, the BBC will prove that they are there to promote democracy in political debates and give David his much deserved screen time so that it may reach more people.

Icke is a former BBC sports announcer and the former head of a major political party, the Green Party.  Although his views are drastically different from when he held those titles, his past offers plenty of credibility, and his popularity certainly exceeds most guests that get invited to the show.

Icke would reach millions of people in the UK mainstream if given the opportunity to appear on Question Time, which is a political debate show based in the UK.  If BBC has Icke on, he’ll likely be part of a larger panel of mainstream shills, but at least someone will finally speak the truth on TV.

Please support this effort for the message to break through the “public” broadcasting blockade of truth.

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