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Exposing not much really, or is it?
on 7 July 2006
David Icke has written this book, Infinite Love Is The Only Truth Everything Else Is Illusion with the basic theme being as the title suggests, everything is the creation of the mind, nothing is real, the only thing that is real is love. Peppered within this book are lots of mini-conspiracy theories, a lot of which go against current thinking, and although a lot of them will seem irrelevant, they are in fact quite important in how people live their lives (With a veil over the hidden truths that lie behind government controls).
David Icke often writes with a lot of passion at times, his crude use of language amplifies this and so he does actually contradict himself a lot within this book, he will hurl abuse at President Bush for instance, yet in another sentence he says not to get hung up on such matters like when our football team loses a match (as they are sub-plots to a grand illusion), and so although a bit of hypocrite, David does make some discoveries that warrant looking at, and some of these things make a lot of sense.
However there is still a lot to disagree with, within this book, and there will be times when you want to just throw the book into the bin, don't do this though because later on it becomes more entertaining, and this is what this book offers most, entertainment, and its sprinkled with little bits of interesting information, it may open up your eyes to some things that you previously was not privy to. All in all, this book has to come recommended, but only with a pinch of salt.