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GUEST,Patrish BS: David Icke and Edward Heath (90* d) RE: BS: David Icke and Edward Heath 22 Apr 14


Squeezer, I liked your reply apart from the last bit. Far from being in a sealed room, I feel if thats where I have escaped from.

I don't think it is healthy to blindly follow anyone or anything. David Icke makes you think, makes you ask questions. He beleives that we are all one and that we all have infinite possibilites and that love is a huge power.

Your Psychiatric friend reminds me of aquote from Franz Fanon "Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would create a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called cognitive dissonance. And because it is so important to protect that core belief, they will rationalise, ignore and even deny anything that does not fit with the core belief"

This is often the case with some of the conspiracy theories that came true

Another way of describing cognitive dissonance is called "The elephant in the room" We can all see it but it takes too much from the comfort zone, so it's ignored.

I could go on with various examples, but this thread is about Icke and Heath. Why didn't Heath or Saville sue Icke for liable? Saville in particular was very quick to threaten journalists if they suggested he liked them young.

I think its a good thing to question what the Main Stream Media tell us, it would be naive to believe it all.

Cheers for now,

Patrish x


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