posted on Sep, 15 2010 @ 08:06 PM
Originally posted by 19872012
I think what he is saying is that the reptilians are made of dark matter.
That's why we can't see them.
Then that's proof that he's not smack on the money: I saw one and to my knowledge I do not have the ability, with my limited bandwidth visual
acuity, to actually see dark matter.
So while Icke may be a hoaxter, that doesn't make everything he might say untrue. Many researchers have found their own theories plagiarized or
popularized by David Icke, and they can't all be wrong. Also he tends to simplify like a talk show host, given he is a TV showman with a faint
streak of vanity, don't we all have human frailties? And if he is an Illuminati plant, he would be most effective in letting the cat out of the bag
in a controlled manner, sufficiently socially unacceptable unless you're the kind who takes a lizard home to dinner with your parents.
His theories are far fetched. But that does not make them all necessarily false. His logic is flawed, but that does not prove all he says to be
untrue. His ego is broad, but that does not make witness testimony any less credible. To his discharge, he does touch on a lot of bases with little
time to comprehensively examine issues or study and test the facts before widely broadcasting the news, the scoop, the event. While some things he
claims might be inadvertently or purposely false, there is enough fabric of truth woven into his stories that he makes an interesting read or listen
as long as you keep a skeptic mind and bring into convergence or contrast your own knowledge.
For example there have been a number of former military personnel who claim to have seen reptilians in company of alien grays. This may or may not be
the same types of entities that a number of other witnesses claim to have seen shapeshifting - beings formerly called in ancient times
"changelings". True or imaginary? The same beings or separate phenomena? This is where we can quickly get lost if too prone to jump to
conclusions while attempting to connect the dots.