posted on Jan, 10 2006 @ 06:53 AM
I went to hear him speak about 5 years ago, not long after 911, cuz I'd read two books of his, and felt that he did offer a lot of provocative
information. I don't agree with all that I read in his books, and find some of it quite hard to imagine as really happening. I kind of like Queen
Elizabeth, always have, and she may be the lone royal I do like... so I hope his claims that she is a shapeshifting interdimensional parasitic
extraterrestrial reptilian evildoer are as preposterous as they appear at first glance. I'd be surprised if he was bang on the money on that one.
But, nonetheless, a lot of the data which he bases his theories upon is much more believable. The likelihood that the worlds powerbrokers secretly
plot to stay in power, is in my view, quite plausible. I doubt that they are unconcerned with losing their power, and don't get together to swap
ideas on tightening their grip on our world. Wouldn't most of us do the same? I bet Mother Teresa wouldn't, but after her.... I see few folks that
I think could resist the urge to do some backroom manipulating.
The speech Icke gave that day contained a lot of hard to explain away points about 911. These sequences of events from that day which he recounted
were odd behaviour to say the least, and downright suspicious from the perspective of someone who might not trust the stories officially accepted by
these same groups in the past. Pearl Harbour, Iran/contra, TWA 800, JFK, MLK II, and other controversial events are the kinds of things that lead
some to be suspicious right away. Maybe its all explainable credibly... and maybe not. But, just cuz Icke presents some things which I find hard to
swallow, doesn't make me dismiss all the things he says. Nobody's wrong all the time...