posted on Jul, 1 2007 @ 10:02 PM
Originally posted by shrunkensimonI found myself in that mindset, and when i realised it freaked me out a bit, because it made my
realise just how vunerable people are when truth seeking..
Same here, I was woken up by Loose Change (which I disregard now) and AJ. I felt betrayed, and in a way I still do. I don't believe David Icke
anymore, primarily because he labels the Freemasons as "devil worshippers" and there is a wealth of info that is contrary to his statements. Also,
AFAIK, Alex Jones does the same as Icke, points fingers at the Masons claiming they're devil worhshippers.
Originally posted by shrunkensimonAlex is your typical "half truther".. most of what he says is infact true.
That's another thing I noticed about him, like when he discusses the 9/11 conspiracy and blames the "luciferians"; the half-truth here is yes, 9/11
was conspired (it's only obvious), but not who he is pointing the finger at. It seems the 9/11 conspiracy was commited by Zionists, and the fact that
Odigo (israeli company) employees inside the WTC towers received a warning via instant message of incoming aircraft on the day of 9/11 two-hours prior
is enough to prove so.
BTW, I was on YouTube and another user had made a reply to one of my comments stating that he has heard Alex Jones rip on Israel before, but I myself
have never heard him do that. Hm..
Originally posted by shrunkensimonHe wants you to rise up, and make yourself known, so when the time comes, you are easier to spot, and
easier to detain in one of the centres he always talks about!
My thoughts exactly! Remember when he suppsedly predicted 9/11 and suggested that we actually CALL the white house? Even back then before I actually
started truth-seeking, I knew that was a BAD idea. Imagine a row of nails, and by calling the white house, it would make you pop up from the rest of
those nails making you the first one to get hammered.
[edit on 1-7-2007 by Mercury144]