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Message Subject David dIcke Debunked in 19 Seconds
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I like Icke! You know, the guy has dedicated his life to enlightening us to higher wisdom through better human behavior. Do I believe his diatribe about reptilians? No, there is no proof. But David as done more than most of us.

He's a good man.
 Quoting: Methane


Let me present some evidence that you're wrong. I'd like to point out that what I'm doing here is the OPPOSITE of the ad hominem fallacy:

An ad hominem (Latin for "to the man"), short for argumentum ad hominem, is an argument made personally against an opponent, instead of against the opponent's argument.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

A lot of Icke's fans seem to think that presenting evidence against Icke is automatically an argumentum ad hominem fallacy. In reality, presenting evidence such as the following is the opposite of that.

David dIcke, Arizona Wilder and the Biggest Secret

And on up to 1996, even when I was beginning to hear from various people who were consistently telling me that they had provided information for David, but were surprised at his lack of gratitude, I thought 'ah well he's a busy man and at the forefront of waking people up'.

And when people started telling me that Icke was brash and rude when not in the public eye, that he was egocentric and behaved like he really expected people to see him as a very important person, I thought they were just misreading a very talented and intelligent man whose spirituality was deep,and that he needed his style and ego to enable him to carry on and get into the limelight, and into the faces of those who needed to know such important truth.

But in September 1996, I was with a number of friends of David and Linda Icke- who had been involved in helping him with his work. Even they didn't like him personally, found him rude, but believed the 'work' transcended any personal feelings. They introduced me to Linda.

The very first thing she said to me was 'David isn't the man you see on stage. He doesn't walk his talk.'During the day she told me that she believed he was mixing with a crowd that were planting disinformation, and he was vulnerable to it because they were sycophantic type women.

She told me that David had admitted having ego problems but felt he was over them, and asked Linda to tell him if she saw him going down the 'ego road again'.She said she tried, but he wasn't receptive - he was too concerned with breaking America and his ego had been boosted by the success of ...and the truth.

[link to www.scribd.com]


"David dIcke Exposed as an illuminati Witch"

[link to www.planetxtube.com]

"...I'm full of shit." - David dIcke



"And we are all and my God, I'm full of shit. I mean let's be honest here, I'm full shit, me. And, it's fun. It makes life interesting being full of shit. I don't want to be perfect, it's a bore." - David dIcke

In the video above Icke states, "If we stick with it and this breaks down and we let go of the shit that we all carry, we become multidimensional infinity again (THE GOAL)." He said that we must "let go of the shit" to achieve THE GOAL but Icke also makes it clear in the video that being full of shit is "fun" and that being "perfect" is something he doesn't want so is he willing to do what's necessary to reach THE GOAL?

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.

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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23082377


I'm sure he's not a prophet. But he does send sound messages about humanity. I believe he believes what he says. Minus the lizards. Does he have a schtick? Maybe. Does he have a sound message? Most definitely. Doesn't matter if his inner circle left him. Maybe he's trying to break from that. To be undefined and his own. It takes a great deal of character to break free from others that look down upon humanity.

Mind you, I'm not sold on him. I am sold on his message that we are all joined together in this experience we call life.
 
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