I'm not what you'd call a fearless type of person.
You can say anything to David Icke and he will accept it and put it into his ideology.
But on the extremist side I didn't get any rejections at all. Everyone agreed to talk to me.
But when I was doing the KKK I had constant nightmares of being exposed as a Jew and lynched by the Klan.
At first, I did stories on people who were maybe just eccentric. Omar was a natural progression from that.
I wasn't in any way a kind of soothsayer or not surprised when Sept. 11 happened. I was absolutely shocked.
My paranoia never ends, but I haven't been paranoid about being spied on my shadowy forces for some time now.
Well, I had nightmares when I was doing the Klan story all the time. I had a recurring nightmare of basically being exposed as a Jew inside the Klan compound.
Yeah, but in the end his followers take what they want from his philosophy. Maybe it doesn't matter what's going on in David Icke's mind. It's how other people take him.
Without sounding too pretentious, I was sort of a slave to the narrative. When the narrative cracks in, I have to go where it takes me. I had to go to the Bohemian Grove. It was the obvious end to the book.