Originally posted by quedup
Worth bearing in mind - also worth considering is that the characters mentioned do know a lot more than Mr and Mrs Ordinary on the street and Icke in
particular does a huge amount of research no matter what folks say about him he's worth listening to.
Quality over quantity. "More" is not always better.
Icke, for example, does spew HUGE amounts of garbage and lies, but that doesn't mean he is right. And I don't even mind his reptile-theory -
completely outside of anything 'reptile', his information is just wrong, false, and there are so many false assumptions and jumping to
In my honest opinion, that guy is a paid disinfo-agent..
It'd be wise to be careful about what ANYONE has to say, because unless you know the truth, it can be easy to be persuaded that a lie is the truth.
It's also easy to be confused / get confused in today's world, where there's so much irrelevant information, so much information and truth, and so
much disinformation - that's information mixed with lies and distortions, so that it becomes difficult to separate the truth from the lies.
There are several more credible sources, or at least ones that can be taken into account, but Icke is definitely either insane or a paid disinfo
agent. In any case, almost everything I have ever read from him is either lies or disinformation - and in any case, not the truth, not accurate, etc.
Right down to the 'historical' stuff he writes.
It's of course good that we have so many false prophets, because it keeps ups alert, sharp, and creates a challenge.. if the truth was simply handed
to us in a silver platter, how much would we have evolved as spiritual beings to have found it? Spiritual evolution is real only when the individual
realizes the facts and truth himself, and becomes able to separate the wheat from the chaff.
Being fooled by lies and then realizing what happened is an important step towards the actual truth. And people like Icke are helpful in providing the
possibility for this..
It's like they say, fool me once, shame on you - fool me twice, shame on me. Every time we get fooled, we learn something, and we grow and mature. We
won't be as easily fooled the more we learn..
In this sense, Icke is doing a great service - because he is certainly not telling the truth. People have to become real individuals by learning how
to learn to find the truth for themselves, whatever it may be, and whoever might be telling whatever lies to them. That's the only way to grow.