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This review is from: The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy (and How to End It) (Paperback)
David Icke is ridiculed by many who haven't even read any of his works , but this book is one that everyone should make an attempt to read. It is like a summary of all of the major ideas and theories outlined in Icke's extensive back catalogue of books. For anyone wishing to get to know about these persuasive conspiracy theories "The Guide" is probably the best place to start. For many, the hardest part of Icke's worldview to swallow is that of the "Reptilians" and their nefarious connection with world leaders, but if you replace the word "Reptilian" with "other dimensional entity" or "demon" then it all becomes much more user friendly and "acceptable".The highlight of this book is Icke's analysis of the 9/11 events and if anyone after reading it is left believing the official version of events of that day , then they should consider mowing the lawn wearing nothing but a string of pearls .Clearly it was an inside job by US government agencies, hard though that is to digest for a brain dead public. Once the reader accepts that this is the case then all of Icke's other theories make more or less perfect sense.Another one of Icke's controversial theories is that global warming is not caused by carbon based emissions;instead it is being caused by excessive sun spot activity. The elitists are using the global warming scare to further centralise ,globalise and control. Icke indicates that there is nothing to be worried about by global warming at all.There is definitely some alien force driving globalisation,centralisation of power and multi-culturalism and Icke tells us exactly what it is. However ,where Icke falls somewhat short is with his prescription on how to "fight" this imminent global tyranny.He merely recommends spreading his exposure of the plot worldwide, rather like proselytising the gospel I guess, with each person relying heavily on their intuition rather than accepting "fact" .People should refuse to seek power over others and should work to create a utopian Brotherhood of Man.I,for one , dont think this is going to be enough to overcome the scumbags who are covertly setting up a Prison Planet while the people are distracted by circuses. After having read most of Icke's books , I find myself frequently switching between the "real" world and Icke's world when reacting to world events and watching the latest news. What is really happening behind the plausible facade presented to the world by an anodyne media ? Questions, questions, questions ! Don't ask too many and you might get on in life . Ask too many awkward ones and the "Reptilians" might try to make you work in the janitorial profession as a reward. Read this book but dont expect your belief system to be the same after doing so.
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Initial post: 21 Mar 2011 23:34:47 GMT
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C. W. Bradbury says:
For many, the hardest part of Icke's worldview to swallow is that of the "Reptilians" and their nefarious connection with world leaders, but if you replace the word "Reptilian" with "other dimensional entity" or "demon" then it all becomes much more user friendly and "acceptable".
I found that point very logical indeed. For millennia all the major religions including Christianity and Islam, have warned that we humans are mere pawns in an age-old battle between rival celestial/extra-terrestial powers; God an d the Devil, good and evil, light and darkness, angels and demons etc..... Most also prophecied that evil would ultimately achieve domination/control of this planet, before being finally destroyed in what Christianity calls Armaggedon.
The 20'th Century was wracked by the most ferocious wars in recorded history. From the legalisation of divorce, abortion and homosexuality, through the women's 'liberation' movement to the widespread immorality, drunkeness, drug abuse and unemployment(sloth?); most of the basic 'rights/freedoms' now valued in the West would have been considered 'demonic' in past ages. Perhaps those ancient prophets knew what they were talking about? Perhaps we are not awaiting Armaggedon; but actually living through it right now?
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Mar 2011 13:30:12 GMT
L. Davidson says:
Yes, I think we are well on the path to Armageddon now. Evil is securing it's grip on Earth and preparing to tighten the screw. By the time most people wake up to this , it will be too late to do anything about it. Maybe Jesus will come back and save us all...
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