posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 09:02 AM
Has he admitted to taking credit for other works, because he certainly has done some really good research and I can clearly see how he is a threat to
their lies and control system?
Because if its using work in presentations, in the US, he probably had to ask, in a good upgraded world, there would no ownership issues whatsoever,
just credit give where credit is due, nor would their be any expectation to share the same mind set.
I very much appreciate David Wilcock's work and dont support US copyright or patents, or any countries use of laws like this. I believe in a free
and equal world with no money at all, no slavery, no elitism and renounce and denounce them as extreme slavery and crimes against humanity and live
here, under duress akin to a hostile witness in court, to survive.
So unless he is out and out claiming the info as his own, word for word, and claiming he authored every picture, which would be wrong, then I don't
have an issue with this in the least.
Also, if someone reads and learn the material and research others have covered, then like any student in school, you have grown and taken the
knowledge in, you may share it, if its you own words.
Do you site every detail you learnt in school and each concept taught to you, in whatever words you speak, with a long list of bibliographies, every
time you open you mouth or pick up a pen?
In other words, I wonder what the context is.
So lets see, crime: using available materials to get research out to the public versus the criminal action of erecting illegal pyramid systems and
slavery, or the murder and oppression that our elected leaders commit? No comparison to me.
All of this being said, if the pics where online, and some are hard to trace, for the artwork issue brought up above, he should have made an effort to
find out who did them and obtain permission. If it was impossible, then he should have stated the case and even asked the artists if they recognized
this to contact him. If someone refused to give permission, he should have had his own version of that created by someone else.