Originally posted by Realtruth
reply to post by metalshredmetal
I am not sure what his angle is on this except to drive attention his way and make money off or it. Sometimes he appears to be genuine, but in the
past, when I heard him say something to the effect like, thanks to all my followers for making me rich, I was extremely disappointed.
If you look at his site he has all kinds of seminars, over-priced cruises and events many people cannot afford.
If he is, on the level, then the truth will prevail and David will have some redemption in my eyes.
edit on 14-1-2012 by Realtruth because: (no reason given)
I only discussed our PM because i believe in transparency of information. this is a conspiracy forum. there's no need for secrets, anywhere.
If you know much of anything about the Trillion Dollar Lawsuit than you MUST know that Wilcock's work parallels the story's history. I had to be
suspicious of someone who wants the lawsuit to be advertised yet speaks so rudely about Wilcock, forgive me for breaking our "e-trust".
you would find answers you're looking for if you actively researched for them.
David Wilcock and Ben Fulford have been acquaintances for years, ever since the days when Project Camelot was worth watching. Ben Fulford was
interviewed by Camelot AND David Wilcock, in some cases.
this is the connection that David has with the Trillion Dollar Lawsuit and Benjamin Fulford. Wilcock has no suspicious "angle" to reap $$$ from this
David actively campaigns Fulford's story because he believes it to be true, and it is turning out that it is true. would you not help out a friend if
they were uncovering a case like this?
as for David's "seminars" and "events" are what journalists and thinkers do to make a living. it makes no sense to write-off someone because they
disseminate information in the form of seminars.
might as well write-off a LOT of other conspiracy theorists and whistle-blowers (William Cooper and Jordan Maxwell come to mind) for wanting more
public awareness of their information.
might as well write-off a LOT of artists and musicians for doing the SAME thing to make a living.
I personally am an active musican that's played bars and venues all over the country...
am I un-credible because I ask people to pay to see/hear my music in order so I can put food in my mouth and have a warm bed to sleep in?
all it takes to put these ideas together is some good research and a little INTUITIVE think/feeling
....you'll see that David Wilcock isn't the
lying money-hungry psycho that dis-information shills on the internet make him out to be.
edit on 1/14/12 by metalshredmetal because: first part