a reply to: LDragonFire
OK . . . Given some of the givens . . . my inferences are these . . .
1. Tom appeared to have done his homework.
2. It is at least CONCEIVABLE, if not believable that he built relationships with various powers that be reps toward managing a massively complex and
crucial process of bringing the darker realities more onto the table of global public life.
3. Certainly they have long planned to do that. If he gave them a clever way of doing that faster, better in view of their goals and geopolitical and
social realities--it's quite plausible that they bought into it and are running with it and with his conceptualizations and efforts in that
4. I have to assume that he is also--wittingly or unwittingly--part of their full court press propaganda effort toward setting up the geopolitical
realities described in Daniel 9, 10; Ezek 38; Matthew 24 & Revelation as well as in the shorter prophetic books at the end of the Old Testament.
Clearly, those realities WILL REIGN as described . . . in these 'end times.'
5. Therefore, I do NOT assume that all he has to say--even when it may be 100% true AS FAR AS HE BELIEVES--I do NOT assume he is describing every
aspect of such topics and realities 100% accurately. There HAS, imho, to still be a huge percentage of deception involved--at least in some key
6. Some of those key respects are . . . who the critters are; where do they come from; what do they want; what are they going to do; what will it cost
mankind; what is the ultimate bottom line?
7. How much truth is mixed in with how much disinformation remains to be seen.
8. I cannot believe that he's telling the 100% objective truth in all respects on all topics. That just does not fit reality as I understand it when
compared to what is in his book etc.
9. He seems quite sincere, earnest, well motivated etc.
10. There seem to be some above average spots of humility in his personality. There also seems to be some very significant chunks/aspects of smugness,
arrogance, etc. That's a big hazard--to him and others--whether he realizes it, or not.
11. I think he has shared--in the fiction book--some truths not yet shared as clearly as he presented them in the book. I didn't find myself wholesale
disbelieving any particular specific.
12. I think that he's convinced that at least factions of the elite are good guys. Not in my book.