Originally posted by Donnie Darko
I read a post somewhere that George Noory might have dementia.
That's what Darwinists would like you to believe because it would make it easier to ignore him and his guests, but unfortunately for them, he and the
other hosts of C2C get millions of listeners each night. George is stupid, and smart, but because of his refusal to believe that God would send anyone
but murderers and atheists to Hell. And knowing George's personality, only atheists who weren't ignorant about the facts and had a good life.
"I never thought about it, but hell, it kind of makes sense."
He does obsess over John Titor, a person who has been shown the be a liar, and similar to a false prophet due to his contradictions and failed
prophecies, which you can find on ATS.
"Doesn't he seem a bit out of it and less intelligent than he used to be?"
When you get old, you become more tired and it's harder to resist being lazy (if God isn't helping you at least), and if you eat unhealthy and
don't sleep well especially. George is also a universalist, someone who who believes any religion is okay so long as it doesn't cause the outright
deaths of anyone or isn't plainly nonsensical (notice I didn't say that isn't filled with child-abuse). George, because he was raised a Catholic,
and brainwashed well into being one, remains one, and is the pandering type rather than the fundamentalist type, which is why he shows approval of
people of all religions, except Christian fundamentalist Protestant ones (except Bill Bean, at least for one morning and on the C2C site). And because
of that, George necessarily must accept all kinds of conflicting ideas in his trying to please "everyone" and not offend, which of course confuses a
person to do (to accept every idea that is). And even though George dislikes atheists, he even prefers them over fundamentalists, for example having
Michael Shermer on and various Darwinists, and rarely a fundamentalist Christian.
In George's confused and lazy state (and he's become lazy surely after all this time, because his mind is flooded with accepting "whatever" and at
some point, like every long-confused person, give in to anger and lose patience and realize it's futile to try and know the truth - not that you
can't know any truth, but that is what people like George end up thinking, despite their feigning to seek the truth), and it's logical then that he
would resort to lazily agreeing with guests even if they say something that he obviously doesn't understand (which I can tell from the tone of his
voice and from knowing George's lack of ability to make any anything more than shallow technical discussions on science or even religion). Ever
notice how many times George (and Art) have said, "sure" after I guest went on and on about something, and other similar simple agreements, but not
showing that he truly understand what was being said?
There was one time when George had a guest on, a guest who claimed to work at a military base and that he helped free an alien there, I think that was
the show in which a caller had called in and said something about the Russians and harddrives, the guest was clearly mentally ill (or an expert liar)
and George said to the guest, "He's got a point" (or some sort of emphatic agreement like that) showing that he wasn't paying attention and had
resorted to being lazy.
Originally posted by Donnie DarkoMaybe that's why he isn't as bright as he used to be.
According to the Bible:
"[In the last days] evil men and impostors will proceed from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived." - 2 Timothy 3:13
George is an impostor Christian (a Christian follows Christ, not their heart over Christ or anyone else as George does), he also seduces people into
believing his absurdities and the usual ones of his guests by flattery: making it seem like "good" is simply a person who doesn't murder and isn't
"negative"/an "emotional vampire".