posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 04:56 AM
reply to post by cyoshi
To start with, they have absolutely no evidence. They are saying things that they are inferring from the world around them, things which are open to
many different interpretations.
For example, Icke claims that the bloodlines control the world. If we accept that as true for a minute, which is doubtful itself, he then goes on to
claim that this is because they're the instruments of the programmers. Alternatively, are they in charge of the world because their ancestors were in
the right place at the right time to make money, and then through the generations they've used that money to make more money?
They take the conclusions of some scientific papers, which they don't reference, and then describe the findings out of context, which is that reality
isn't real. They then claim that this means there is an evil programmer who made the world. Do you see how those two statements are non sequiteur?
One does not follow the other, they do not support each other, they are mutually exclusive, but they use one to support the other in a never ending
circle of faulty logic.
This goes back to what I said earlier, about AJ listeners being, in general, more psychologically malleable than the general population. Telling
mentally impaired and unhinged people that reality is all a lie and everyone is out to get them and basically making things up with no evidence and
presenting it as fact, while describing yourself as a messiah of sorts is bloody stupid and dangerous.