posted on Mar, 24 2009 @ 04:12 PM
Making assumptions is easy and most likely comes quite naturally to many people. Of course, you are entitled to your assumptions. No, you don't have
to read any books from David Icke. I am positive that his videos are sufficient, but books go into greater detail. On the other hand, if you had great
experiences yourself, the books would only tell you a lot what you already know. Having said that, no matter what books or people say, you should
always think for yourself. Of course, it becomes more and more difficult due to the number of distractions that present obstacles in one's life, in
other words: too many sources that attempt to influence your way of thinking don't facilitate it to think for oneself
Having said that too, I am positive that if you want to think for yourself, you can discard all what I have said about and just think for yourself.
People laugh at you? Who cares? They think you are nuts? Who cares?
That's what David Icke does. He thinks for himself. And does he care what others think? No.
Just because something sounds completely insane doesn't make it impossible. In fact, one's own limited thinking and understanding is a product of
all these neat variables that influence you on your daily basis. We usually don't see the most obvious, for example our nose. Do you pay much
attention to your nose? No. But it's funny that you can see the tip of your nose and you still screen it out on a daily basis, huh? How much is there
we don't see? Oh my goodness, so much. Why don't we usually hear our heart? Screened out.
I don't discredit your intellectual capacity for not believing his theory, but I consider statements like that his man is insane as ignorant. If you
stand on a mountain top, no matter in what direction you look, never forget to turn and see what is behind and next to you.
You don't need to read any of his books or watch any of his videos.
Just ask yourself two questions: "Is it possible that I judge overhastily? Could I possbily be wrong?"
The audio and video was pretty bad. All right, if you are not currently living in China, you should have access to YouTube or DavidIcke.com, watch
something, but seriously, you can also listen to it.
And once again, it is not about watching stuff and believing or disbelieving it, I think the most important issue raised is if one is willing to
[edit on 24-3-2009 by TheWriter]