posted on Sep, 27 2008 @ 02:46 AM
Who is crazier is not for me to judge. But I will offer my opinion, as it currently stands, on the two:
1. They are not frauds. They believe in what they say and they believe they are doing it for the right reasons. There are many other lines of work
they could do to get more money or fame. Especially (at least with Icke) at the expense of being ridiculed and marginalized.
2. Alex Jones seems to have his ducks in a row when it comes to "evidence". He exposes a lot of things people should be more informed about.
3. David Icke may have more "outlandish" views than Jones, but that doesn't necessarily make them false. It's only one's belief system that leads
the person to call another "crazy". If we think we "know it all", then we're the biggest fool of all.
a. Jones, although I appreciate what he exposes, seems to be fueled by anger. His solution seems to be, "Attack the other side louder!" Although I
agree with his cause of exposing B.S., I do not agree with the apparent "solution". We will not get a happier, more fair society by using weapons of
attack. Even if the "attack" is against "evil".
b. Icke, while he focuses a lot of time on the "evildoers", suggests a very basic solution that makes a whole lot of sense..."know thyself". The
whole problem we face is due to our externalization of problems; of blaming; of giving our power away. When David stated he was the Son of God, he
stated what in my view is a fact that affects everyone...we are all Sons of God. If we get to know our true nature, I believe "Son of God" will make
a whole lot more sense than thinking it was one man 2000 years ago who apparently suffered on the cross.
5. The Conspiratorialist: Jones and Icke are both professionals at this. I am sure they spend a good deal of their mental energy looking for
conspiracies. As such, it's possible they find them *everywhere*. In my own life, I have seen how "connecting the dots" sometimes paints a picture
that, while making sense and seeming to point to a definite "plot", isn't true at all.
6. "CRAZY": This is a relative term. Considering the state of the apparent world at the present time, I would say society is fundamentally
"crazy". We believe that we can control nature; that we created ourselves. We are currently trapped in our egoic sense of separation. So in a sense
I suppose that Icke and Jones are both 'crazy' -- and so are the rest of us. But I think some people have realized they themselves are 'crazy',
and can embark on a path of recovery.
FINAL WORD: To us conspiratorially-minded folk, it's damn easy to become obsessed with uncovering all the B.S. We know longer take it for granted
that "the system" is there to serve us. Who can we trust?
On the other hand, "the system" is composed of human beings (and a few reptilians and aliens). When we begin to see everyone, and I mean everyone
(even G. Bush and the reptilian Queen) as being a fellow "Son of God" and not give in to their illusory state of being in this form or that, it will
be a positive step indeed.