posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 05:44 AM
reply to post by cyoshi
Have you ever seen Slumdog Millionaire? The basic plot is that this guy goes on who wants to be a millionaire and wins the top prize, despite having
no education at all, while doctors and lawyers had gone on and nobody had won the million up until that point. He was interrogated by the police and
he explains how he knew the answers to the questions, because he picked them up by being in the right place at the right time, like which person is on
the US $100 bill.
If you move in the right circles, you can pick up information which is "common knowledge" among that circle while the rest of the population is
For instance, I've been following an operation yewtree thread on a British anonymous imageboard, and a few people have successfully identified the
upcoming celebrities who would next be questioned, based on rumours and knowledge they've picked up from their friends, mostly taxi drivers and
security guards and other "low profile" people who are in close proximity to stars. Hell, there are posts on the internet about Ian Watkins allegedly
being a child molester which are years and years old.
Just because Icke knew what was going on somewhere at some point, does not mean that he can make fantastic claims about anything with no evidence and
say "I'm right all the time so I must be right about this."
If a London taxi driver told you that XXX is the next celebrity nonce to be arrested, then a week later it turned out he was right, then the same taxi
driver told you that the queen was an alien, would you believe him?
edit on 17-2-2013 by Dispo because: (no reason given)