posted on Jun, 10 2013 @ 11:38 PM
Hello. This is my first thread. I'm hoping, that despite the fact that it's about David Icke, that it won't get me pummeled, lol.
Before I start, I'd like to point out that this is merely a scenario I think is possible. I am not, myself, sure what is true, but I nonetheless
thought it might be a good thing to present another way of looking at things and give people another thing to consider when they are making their
decisions about what is true and what isn't. Probably never a bad thing to have an extra angle to look at things from.
Anyway, without further ado, here is what I started this thread to say:
I'm sure we are all aware of the David Icke theory that the Illuminati and the higher-ups of the Masonic lodges and such are puppeteering a shadow
government that is trying to instate a world government that will be worse than what we have now.
While I won't really deny that there are probably puppeteers and a shadow government, etc. I personally believe that he's got our enemies and our
allies mixed-up. Near as I can tell, the Illuminati are actually doing the opposite of what Icke and most others worried about the New World Order
seem to think. Near as I can tell, they are actually one of our biggest lines of defense against the ones that are actually doing to the puppeting and
shadow governmenting. They really seem to be fighting a common enemy, along with Icke and anyone who is against any sort of creepy government New
World Order type scenario.
This belief of mine, however, has spurred me on to wonder why this stark difference of opinion has occurred.
One possibility, would ofcourse be that it's because David Icke is right about what he says. That the Illuminati really IS the enemy. Thereby making
my theory that they are on our side, false and attracting very few adherents to the idea.
Another possibility would be that he simply misinterpreted some of his research and synchronicities and so came to the wrong conclusion.
There's always the possibility that we're both nuts and neither one of us is right.
The possibility he's some charlatan.
The possibility he a government shill.
But what I am bringing to the table here is THIS possibility: (Assuming my theory is true over his just for the sake of argument)
His theory is the most beneficial to the aforementioned shadow government. Whether by dumb luck of Icke not adding up things correctly or by some sort
of concerted effort to make sure he made the wrong deductions, he came to the conclusion that our friends are our enemies. If there really is a shadow
government, what about that would they not like?
Someone on a thread I was reading yesterday on here said, "If there's a guy with a bullhorn shouting, 'Look over there!' you should probably be
looking the opposite direction." Meaning he might just look like he's pointing something out to you that you should see, but what he's really doing
is directing your attention away from where it needs to be so you miss something they don't want you to know about. I am by no means implying that
David Icke lied or intentionally misdirected, or distracted anybody. I believe he is quite genuine. But it doesn't mean someone else isn't up to no
good or that they didn't simply benefit from an innocent mistake. I'm also not writing any of this to get on David Icke's case. I just wanted to
put out another view for consideration. If it's wrong, it's wrong. If it's right, it's worth looking into.
Basically, though, if this is true, it would be a great boon to those who do really mean us harm. It would not only be a distraction from the truth,
but it would be getting the humanity they are trying to wrong to spend their time focusing on the wrong people, get them to fight the wrong people and
(if they are really lucky) to defeat the shadow government's enemy, the Illuminati, thereby making it easier for the government to take over in any
way they see fit.