British conspirator banned from entering Europe

British conspiracy theorist David Icke has been banned from entering Europe’s Schengen area for two years.

The ban, which was implemented on Saturday November 5, follows fears that his presence at planned protests in the Netherlands this weekend could spark unrest.

Speaking on Friday, Dutch Justice Minister Dilan Yeṣilgöz-Zegerius told reporters on Friday that freedom of expression and the right to protest were fundamental rights, “but they are not unlimited”.

The conspiracy theorist is one of the main proponents of the idea that a race of lizards took over the world by posing as leaders in many countries.

Icke, who has been removed from numerous social media platforms for his opinions, was responsible for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and claiming that 5G cellphone towers and the Jewish people were at the center. origin of the pandemic.

Calling the ban an “extraordinary and exaggerated response”, Icke published a copy of the letter he received from the Dutch authorities. In the letter, it is clearly stated: “There are concrete indications that your arrival in the Netherlands poses a threat to public order”.

Icke was due to address a protest by an anti-authority group called Together for the Netherlands on Sunday, which authorities said they expect to draw counter-protesters, including far-left groups.

The ban prevents the British conspiracy theorist from traveling to all 29 Schengen member countries, but it is not the first time as he was refused entry to Australia in 2019.

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