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Message Subject David dIcke Debunked in 19 Seconds
Poster Handle danwa
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I also find it discerning to attack a researcher's body of work. it is presented to do with it as you wish.
 Quoting: danwa

Let's look at this from the perspective of the entire so called "truth movement."

According to Bullhorn Jones, Icke was doing more harm than good in his work. He thought that David "Icke"'s reptilian stuff was "asinine" and "it discredits all of the reality people are talking about."

Is expressing such opinions an "attack a researcher's body of work"?

Or was what Jones was doing similar to what I'm doing in this thread?

What I'm doing is no different than what Icke has made a career out of:

I'm pointing out the actions and statements of a public figure and the significance of those actions and statements.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23254866

It is an attack if you attempt to discredit him without presenting evidence to support he is incorrect. Calling him a charlatan or con man only suggests you disagree which is perfectly acceptable. What he believes is only relevant to him, it should have no bearing on your beliefs unless you find some "truth" within his work or it leads you to find something new of your own. There has always been a "truth movement". We believed (were lead to believe) the earth was flat and to most it was outrageous to believe otherwise. The earth was once the center of the solar system, yet we know better, but once would have been considered a "con artist" to state otherwise. These "truths" served to lead others to seek and find more valid "truths", supported by more and better evidence. Any hypothesis, right or wrong, will lead us to seek further evidence, to expand our knowledge and explore differing and unique possibilities. Lead, follow or carve your own path. Ridicule serves no purpose other than to foster hatred. I do not agree with all of what Icke proposes, but it will lead us to explore and that is the very root of who and what we are.
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