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David dIcke Debunked in 19 Seconds
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23254866:MV8yMDQ5MjAzXzM0NTA0NTcwXzQ4MjhDOEE4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23254866:MV8yMDQ5MjAzXzM0NTAzNjkxXzNFM0Q1MzUw] Possibly the most interesting and horrifying thing of all about this thread is that Icke fans are labeling proven facts and well-reasoned arguments supported by evidence or questions that are asking for an explanation of evidence as 'views'. The word view is a synonym for the word belief. My conclusion from reading this thread is that when "Icke" fans use the word view they're using it to mean belief. If someone can prove something then it's no longer a belief or a view, it's a fact. The following are facts: 1. Icke has no hard evidence for his reptilian theory. 2. Icke has no evidence for his moon matrix or saturn moon matrix theories. 3. Anyone who completely believes in number one and number two needs faith to do so. 4. Icke fans who support the the reptilians theory and the belief system it leads you to as a legitimate, valid, and credible view of 'reality' are supporting a faith-based belief system. 5. Icke fans who support the the moon matrix theory and the belief system it leads you to as a legitimate, valid, and credible view of 'reality' are supporting a faith-based belief system. Icke fans are actually calling numbers 3-5 above 'views' when they are facts. My conclusion is that somehow Icke fans in this thread can't see a difference between beliefs and facts. That's seriously insane but the word insane seems to have no meaning to them. [/quote] Here's another fact that Icke fans seem to labeling as a 'view': Someone who continues to claim to be a prophet after many failed predictions is called a charlatan because that fits the definition of a charlatan: A charlatan (also called swindler or mountebank) is a person practicing quackery or some similar confidence trick in order to obtain money, fame or other advantages via some form of pretense or deception. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlatan Therefore, it's a fact that by the normal definition of charlatan, Icke is a charlatan. That's a fact but Icke fans will probably call it a view. Again, Icke fans in this thread can't see a difference between beliefs and facts apparently. It's frightening. [/quote]
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