posted on Mar, 6 2006 @ 02:50 PM
I agree with most of the posters whom have responded to the original post, David Icke deserves at least a first hearing prior to an outright
judgement, yet, at the same time, I do not think that the first poster denigrated Icke in any way. I remember watching Icke appear on the first Wogan
interview, and to say that he surprised many with his thoughts and thinking, which took him way beyond how people normally perceived him, is an
understatement. He didn't just baffle people, he made them angry, because he was a presenter whom was quite well known and loved, and many thought he
had totally flipped and had lost the plot, throwing away a promising career.
It is with hindsight that a number of us can look back and now see that he was before his time, but today, he fits right in with all the other
paranoia that's floating around this planet.
I like and admire Icke, before and after his self-enlightenments, but this does not necessarily mean that I accept his statements. At least he is
forthright and consistent in his views. He may or may not be right, but at least it is a message that he feels needs putting 'out there'. I don't
think he cares whether you accept the message or not, at last you have received it. What you do with it is up to you.
Having Icke at the ATS is a massive coup for the ATS board, let's all make the best of it.