Some of David Icke’s ideas and info are whacky-weird! About a year ago, I viewed a few of his videos, which were featured on YouTube and he came across as very knowledgeable regarding the information he presented. However, along with the credible info, he mixes in some nutty and childish theories, which smell like colossal cow chips.
In the following commentary on David Icke, Richard Dixon sees the man as one who takes, as his own, the research of others.
Richard notes that he “knows of two researchers who passed on the results of their investigations to Icke, only to see it repeated almost verbatim in his books without any acknowledgement”. In addition, David Icke’s own ideas are ‘almost laughable’.
Richard Dixon explains this in his commentary which I have abbreviated and edited (somewhat) for the sake of brevity.
David Icke: Pushing The Boundaries Of Credibility
By Richard Dixon Nov. 5, 2011
I have a problem with David Icke. Not with all he says, in fact, much of that is perfectly sound but I have a problem with the man himself.
The former sports presenter is charismatic when he presents other people’s ideas and research and he certainly makes the most of it. Trouble is he often passes it off as his own.
The real problem comes when Icke presents his own ideas. Some of which are almost laughable as they reveal a PROFOUND lack of insight. His notions about “Reptilians” are an example.
Of course we know the British Royal Family are descended from minor German nobility (the House of Hanover) who were installed on the British throne to do the moneylenders (Rothschild Banking Dynasty, emphasis mine) bidding.
Icke pushes the boundaries of credibility when he suggests that Prince Philip is a shape shifting “reptilian” who feeds on human flesh. The idea is so absurd that it makes Prince Phillip almost seem deserving of our sympathy, which he isn’t.
By mixing in his own limited views with the credible research of others, Icke distorts otherwise valid perspectives. So instead of morally compromised and spiritually undeveloped human beings in positions of power, we get “shape-shifting Reptilians”.
When he presents the research of others, it tends to get devalued through association with Icke’s own (nutty, emphasis mine) ideas.
Icke’s dismissal of Christ as a fictitious character was invented to help subdue humanity…and, Christianity, Islam and Judaism are part of the “Reptilian agenda”. (The Biggest Secret pg.111)
We should not let ourselves be fooled into thinking that Icke’s “insights” are anything other than ill-informed speculation. If anything he’s what the ancients warned would appear around this time, a false prophet, spiritually ignorant and debased.
Full article found here: http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=37126