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Message Subject David dIcke Debunked in 19 Seconds
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Look at this thread, not one Icke fan has tried to engage in a real debate.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23254866

There is no need to debate you.

If you don't like him, that's fine. No one is forcing you to.

I've enjoyed his books. But I don't try and force my views on others.

What you want to believe is up to you.

"Debating" is for politicians.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27653121

This has nothing to do with liking anyone. This is about David dIcke claiming things as absolutely true when he has admitted that he couldn't know whether they were actually true as is shown in the video in the original post.

That isn't worthy of debate?

This is about Icke making claims about himself that are an insult to anyone's intelligence such what's shown in the following video. Icke expects people to believe that he walked into a masonic temple, sat down at in a Grand Master Mason Throne, snapped a picture and got up and left?

This isn't worthy of debate?

You may have missed this but I'm gonna keep trying to get someone who supports Icke to debunk the following video. If you can't debunk it then realize that you're supporting the very thing described in it.

How can you support what's described there? I consider what's described there to be an insane fantasy land. It's a mental prison, a literal hell for the soul.

That isn't worthy of debate?

Why would you say, "There is no need to debate you." I'm not asking anyone to debate me, I'm asking for someone to debate the claims being made and the evidence for the claims.

If you're not willing to take the time to debunk the video entitled "David dIcke controlled by Moon Aliens???" then what conclusions can people come to?

1. The video's allegations are true and Icke fans don't care that people are being led into the ridiculous belief system described in the video.

2. The video's allegations are true and Icke fans believe in the ridiculous belief system described in the video.

3. The video's allegations are false and Icke fans don't care that people are being led into the ridiculous belief system described in the video.

My choice is number three on this. Will you at least set the record straight on that point?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23254866

You can come to any conclusions you want. No one is trying to force you to believe anything you don't want to.

I like his books, found them to a source of interesting information.

As for what you believe, that's entirely up to you.

Free will.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27658049

As I explained earlier Icke fits the definition of a charlatan. I think that's important enough to warn people about. In certain professions that alone would end your career but not in woo woo land.

Icke saying "Japan is over" is irresponsible at the very least. He has no credentials, background, or expertise to make such a judgment.

Wouldn't it be awful if his fans in Japan and the rest of the world were scared to death because they think he's a prophet and that what he says will come to pass?

I hate to see unnecessary suffering like that. How about you?
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