David Icke is a former footballer, sports broadcaster, and spokesman for the Green Party, who attracted media attention in the early 90s due to his unusual views. Recently there has been fresh controversy surrounding David after London Live TV published a 105-minute interview with the conspiracy theorist, in which he linked the coronavirus pandemic to 5G mobile phone networks. The full interview published to the London Real YouTube channel was over two and a half hours long, but could easily have been distilled down to 15 minutes. Essentially, David believes that a board of shadowy figures – whose members include Elon Musk and Bill Gates – have decided to propel humanity towards an Orwellian global fascist state, or New World Order, using the fifth generation of wireless communication technology. David claims that the radiation produced by 5G masts “poisons cells”, preventing them from absorbing oxygen, leading to death. To hide their dastardly scheme, the board of shadowy figures have fabricated the COVID-19 pandemic to cover up the ill effects of their fascist beam network. They have even gone as far as to create a fake test using PCR to detect this non-existent virus, something which its creator said it is incapable of doing. Another reason for faking a pandemic is to lock a large proportion of the world’s population down, preventing them from protesting the network’s construction and making them more accepting of a vaccine. This vaccine will contain nano-technology, which will be used to control the population and, thus, the board of shadowy figures will have complete control of the unwashed masses. There’s a lot to unwrap here, but let’s start with the basics. Was David correct when he said in the interview, “There is no COVID-19. It doesn’t exist”. The answer is no!