Im also a son of god. So what... are you going to hit me??
Yup that's the clip I think I saw a while back. I dunno what to make of it, I don't think this man actually thinks he is Jesus. I'm pretty sure he knows his biological father and his mother didn't give a "virgin" birth to him. There correlation between him and Jesus I can think of off the top of my head is that Jesus was enlightened and showed the people the way, and I suppose you could say the same thing about Icke. As Jesus had his followers and his haters, same as Icke
As far as Davids reptile theory, well, he wasn't the first to come up with it, that is for sure, but I do believe it? I do believe in aliens, and secret societies, and the fact that our world has pretty much always been in turmoil due to the decisions of the few. If people don't like Icke, so be it, they have to exist. You can't please all the people all of the time and you can't fool all of the people all of the time. At the end of the day, Icke does have some pretty good research and ideas out there pertaining to the men who run our world, and again, he's not the only one coming up with these ideas.
Originally posted by dario86
reply to post by Frater210
In my eyes problem is that people elevate persons like David Icke too much and they form their own opinions based only on their stories. I think thats wrong. Its pretty same to blindly listening to MSM only difference is that these persons talk about things that MSN will not.
As I already said, Icke is not always right but he is not totally crazy neither. People should listen to him if they want to but they also need to research what he said and think about it. On the end people should for their own opinion based on their own research and feelings.
For example lets take Charlie Veitch. I don't know if you heard of him but he is on of the guys that fights the system and many people follow him (or at least they did). Then Charlie changed his opinion about 9/11 attacks and now he believes official story. It's not important if he is right or not, he has freedom to change his own
opinion. But many people got very angry and they started hating him which shows to me that they formed their
own opinion based on what he said without really thinking about it.
I agree with you 100%. People seem to lose all capacity to think when a person taps into an interest or belief that they held for a long time. To those people, a person like Mr. Icke is sort of like a savior because they're belief is so strong in that certain topic. Never underestimate the power of disinformation and the people that wield it extremely well.
As long as everyone uses his own brain we will be fine. We will avoid obvious lies and recognize the truth.
Never underestimate the power of disinformation and the people that wield it extremely well.
Originally posted by POPtheKlEEN89
reply to post by quedup
yea well when you make up a theory and fit it in with actual facts its kind of hard to deny isnt it?
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Don't underestimate David Icke. Crazy? Yeah, crazy like a fox. He knows exactly what he's doing, and he knows exactly how "bats--t crazy" it all sounds. He's no idiot. And he certainly isn't crazy.
If anything i think he's a shrewd business man who's cunningly tapped into both the new age and conspiracy comunities. There is after all a fair bit of money to be made in such endevours. I just checked - he's got at least 12 books out and numerous videos. Being in that situtation he's got to keep coming up with new material to stimulate sales.