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A Short & Concise Introduction To The Real "Globalization",
This review is from: I am Me, I am Free: The Robots Guide to Freedom (Paperback)
My first time between the pages with David Icke. I choose this book with great caution. After all, David Icke has got and continues to get a lot of negative publicity. All of it, of course, is untrue. He is not "anti-semetic" (hence being financed by a jewish man), "reptilians" is not a "code-word" (and this really makes me laugh) for "jews". The reptilian thesis is quite inteligently laid out from what I have read of it in interviews and on his website. He is a person who cares passionatly about human-rights abuses. He has a clear understanding of Global economics. He is not by any stretch of the imagination part of the "New Age" movement, and he infact criticizes it as escapist and misguided. He cannot in any way be termed as religious, is quite critical of what he terms the "psychological fascism" of organized religion, yet will defend peoples right to beleive in what they want. He never even said the most misquoted line in media history, "i am the son of god". What he said was words to the effect of us, all people and living entities, being part of the greater consiouness that some people call god; in other words, equality. All in all, a very inteligent, insightful, couragous and ubeleivably misrepresented (in the mainstream media, by people who wish to do him harm, and people who have never read a word he has witten) person.
In this book you will find a very clear analysis of the banking sytem, a gut-wrenching discussion of MK-Ultra and Project Monarch with particular enfisis on survivor Cathy O'Brien, an analysis of the secret-societies networks, a little history lesson, some words about psychological mass mind control (the stuff we experiance every day), a mention of the modern slave trade, child abuse networks, and so on. This is a short little book, much shorter than the rest, and I suppose a nice little introduction to this whole area of research. Those who are adverse to the "reptilian" thesis might want to start here, since it gets little mention. There's also a nice little section that exposes the negative-publicity campaign instigated against him by a surprisingly tiny number of people.
Not a perfectly structured book, but well written with Icke's natural gift of communication. The only thing that might get in your way is either your conditioning, your lack of education or your prejudice.
And now I'm going to place an order for "...And the truth shall set you free." (becuase it always does).