Originally posted by IsawWHATtheyDID
I read some of your posts in philosophy and metaphysics and i am a little confused by your last comment. your first remarks in this post were your reasons for dis liking icke, but ya kinda lost it there at the end.
Originally posted by bowtomonkey
I've read him once about an author he was attacking as if she is the devil. In fact, I've never read something more evil than what David Icke wrote.
It seems to me that he causes panic and rides the wave to see what he can take.. like a thief.
My guess is that he has enough intelligence to get a semi-realistic impression of TPTB but hopes top dictate who is good and bad according to an agenda.
There is no expose on the NWO. He is attacking the idea as itself is a threat, rather than the analyzing the players in a reasonable fashion.
I don't know if he's just confiused and lost in a bit of ego, or if he's downright satanic.
His followers are the dumbest people anyone can have the displeasure of meeting - They are alarmist, panic whores and self interested ingrates with barely a few brain cells between them.
Originally posted by Wonderer2012
Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by Wonderer2012
Even a broken clock is right twice a day but make no mistake, it's still broken.
He's a little too out there for my taste. Just makes me wonder sometimes if his cheese has slid completely off his cracker...
Let's humour you then, why do you take this view?
He discusses at length the centralisation of power that is apparent in the world today, divide and conquer, do you deny all these things?
Or is it simply because he believes a non human force is at work guiding and manipulating mankind? That may seem crazy at first, but what would be your take- if you had to answer the question- 'how and why are we here'? What put us here? All answers are crazy for those who even dare attempt to answer it.
Originally posted by Wonderer2012
1. People may not agree with his theories on Reptilians, but is his theory that crazy? Let's
2. Icke had a good job as a presenter. He gave it all up to try and expose the reality of the world and how we are manipulated. At the beginning, he didn't make any money, he used to talk to very small audiences and faced extreme ridicule for doing so.
3. Yes, Icke now makes money from what he does.
Originally posted by zbeliever
I like Icke....I find him fascinating. A con-man he is NOT. First off if he was conning people he would know his information was false; and if you every listen to a lecture or read one of his books, you would know he fully believes his message.
Originally posted by LightWaveWarrior
I like the way everyone refers to "the Reptilian THEORY". A theory is an idea which someone has which may or may not be true. There are thousands of Reptilian life forms living on this planet disguised as human beings. They are intelligent and widespread and nearly everyone has run into one in their normal life and not know it. And you will not know unless they choose to reveal themselves which they are not supposed to do. Everyone is concerned with the Illuminati or some other elite humans when in truth many of them are Reptilians in disguise. And as far as David is concerned, he will go down in history as a hero for bringing this subject into the light of day. That is, if we as humans have a future on this planet.
Originally posted by WhoKnows100
Is he truly "waking you up"? Sure, he is bringing to light the evil in this world and it feels like being "awakensed" but only because you didn't know that it existed in the first place. But he is deception all the way round and here's why - he gives you a lot of truth and mixes it with deadly poison. He believes that a mass awakening will allow Earth to enter into a new consciousness, which is basically feeding the New Age Religion nonsense. He gives you this as the solution. Go read Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's latest UN speech and pay close attention to what he says. It's the same as Icke's "solution". Go read Freemasonry dogma and what they believe - the same. Go read the New Age dogma - it's the same. Icke's bleats on about the Problem/Reaction/Solution methodology of the "mighty men", yet steers you to their solution. He never once tells you to seek Christ Jesus as the Truth, for he knows in that instant that Jesus would heal your vision and your hearing and expose him as the deceiver that he is. You need to understand - the deception will be so great that it could nearly fool the elect. This isn't something to be taken lightly by Christian or non Christian.
Originally posted by supermarket2012
It is SCARY how someone like Icke is considered a schizophrenic, yet the MAJORITY of the world is bound by the Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) - which most people, even if they aren't a part of those religions, don't consider all of the followers as schizophrenic and crazy.
If you consider Icke crazy, how can you not consider EVERY following of the Abrahamic religions crazy?
Originally posted by NewAgeMan
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Mr. Gaul, if you have nothing to say, then don't bother.