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For conspiracy theories fans to learn the truth about world we're living
on 7 May 2014
"Remember Who You Are: Remember 'Where' You Are and Where You 'Come' from" by David Icke is a book for those who (want to) believe that what we see around us isn't true, but something that someone else wants from us to believe is true.
By reading it, reader will be able to learn lot of interesting things about the secret world that exists around us.
And those revelations could make you sad or even furious depending on which type of person you are, or how much you'll believe them.
Or you'll be having lot of fun fully considering this book just an entertaining fiction.
The biggest question mark with this book is that author isn't able to prove all the things he stated inside, but for sure if only some of them are true we're living in a darkness some powerful people created for us.
He is saying that our world is creation of several secret societies that are led by an ancient race that was originally extraterrestrial, calling them "Babylonian Brotherhood".
They established all kinds of associations known from our past and present like Illuminati, Chatham House, Trilateral Commission, Bilderberg Group, International Monetary Fund, even the United Nations.
They also possess Internet and media, they have under its control secret services and religion, and their ultimate goal is complete world domination and population under control due to complete micro-chipping of Earth people.
When lots of years will pass, future generations will be able to discuss did we owe David an apology due to the truths he said about the illusion of life that we are living, or he would be long forgotten because all he was saying was just his imagination.
Today something like that isn't possible but certainly he's a courageous man whether he's telling the truth or not.
Inside this book you'll find all David was working on last 20 years, so if you want to learn about it, to see for yourself if it really can be true or is it just a funny fiction and entertaining conspiracy theory, I recommend you reading this interesting book.
Personally I'm not a supporter of such theories, therefore I'll place myself in the group of those mentioned previously in the text, which after reading this book will consider it a good time, still not believing much in such conspiracy theories.