reply to post by Lillydale
First of all, David Icke really believes the lizard thing. I don't, but he does. He is not being disingenuous unless he is really pretending to
believe in them to make money. The lizard thing lost him a lot of followers so if he was in it for the money he would have changed his tune after the
pie in the face.
When I see David Icke stories he isn't driving a high end vehicle. His home is not huge. He's not living large, so none of the signs of doing it
for the money are there.
Alex Jones is not rich either and his stuff is for free to the listener. Again, if you want to make money giving away your product for free (free
radio, free web page, free DVDs) is the wrong way to go. His paltry sponsors are not making this guy rich.
Everyone needs sponsors, this is a fact. Unless you are independently wealthy, you need support.
As for the "gold" hour, if you are against paper money (and more and more people are) then why wouldn't you have a gold seller on the show?
Seriously, he is not the only one talking about that. People on this website are saying to buy gold and silver.
Honestly, it feels like you are looking for things to dislike about him the way I look for things to dislike about Megan Fox.
Do I agree with everything he says? No, no, no. I disagree with the anti-environmentalism, for example. However, the time has come that the few
people that have commonalities need to cling to each other in my opinion and not get splintered.
Have I snuck into Bohemian Grove? No, I'd be too afraid to. That's why I admire him for it. I've gone to protests, I've written letters, but
have I tried to videotape the Bilderbergs? Hecknotechno.
Would I now? If the group was large enough? Maybe, and it is because of Alex.