Max Igan is well-known as a popular figure in the so-called alternative news community.
Like David Icke, and others of a similar ilk, Igan has appeared to research, as well as publish, reams of verifiable information concerning a variety of subjects relevant to the current state of geopolitical affairs.
Admittedly, Igan’s research on a wide-ranging number of topics – including the Covid-19 psychological operation – happens to be not only verifiable, but highly informative.
This fact, however, marks the establishment of a troubling conundrum.
Nevertheless, though Igan appears to be a legitimate alternative news researcher, pertinent questions – as to his legitimacy – remain.
For one, Igan – to the best of one’s knowledge – has never mentioned the Society of Jesus or the Jesuit order during any of his podcasts.
Considering the exposure of Alex Jones (AKA Gustav, seventh prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg) as a fabricated character scheme portrayed by a royal host actor (live-action role player), it seems entirely appropriate for everyone to wonder, or even to begin to speculate, as to the genuine and exact source of Igan’s in-depth information.
Gustav, Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleberg
Turns out, like “Alex Jones”, “Max Igan” is a true insider (counter-intelligence/controlled opposition agent) with connections to Britain’s Defense Intelligence Agency.
As was discovered to be the case with “Alex Jones”, the information published by “Max Igan” derives straight from the source: the thirteen ruling elite Jesuit families, specifically, the royal House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (AKA Windsor/Rothschild/Rockefeller) and related intelligence sources.
Therefore, would everyone be surprised to learn, “Max Igan” has been discovered to be yet another fabricated character scheme, portrayed by a high-level European royal, one who is very close – in genealogical relation – to the sitting monarch of Britain, Queen Elizabeth II of the royal House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha?