posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 11:51 AM
He's making the same mistake as his buddy Alex Jones in that he doesn't support his allegations with enough proof or evidence. I'm not saying Alex
Jones isn't right about what he says most of the time, in fact he's been right about a large percentage (5 years ago I listened to him talking about
the collapse of the banking system and how gold prices would explode, which they have, more than doubling in price). When you don't have the raw facts
and evidence to back up your allegations people will dismiss you as a radical nut-job.
He also will run with a mainstream media article (the same he says has been infiltrated by the nwo), and doesn't question it if it fits his ideas.
I've learned the best way to really expose truth is to simply state the facts and evidence and let people draw their own conclusions. To me people
like Dave and Alex are no better than those computers that aggregate thousands of news articles and such to predict the future. They may be right
overall, but the allegations of the people involved and key parts of the mystery could be wrong.
EDIT: This is my own speculation, but these type of people could be working for the very people they're alleging are committing the crimes. They
inspire people to speak out about this before there's sufficient evidence, making them look crazy (even if they could be on the trail of a possible
conspiracy). Once a non-biased person asks them to state their evidence to the fact, they say "well uh.. this guy Alex Jones said so, and uh well
they're trying to take our guns...um...) Once this happens many will feel embarrassed and just adopt a mainline position.
edit on 18-8-2012 by
shangqing because: (no reason given)