David Icke: Truth and Suppresion of Information

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske from: David Icke – Live At Oxford Union Debating Society 1 of 11

David Icke at Oxford:

“If one person is standing up and saying something,
it doesn’t mean it’s not true.

Just because everybody seems to be saying the same thing
doesn’t mean it is true
.

There was a time, when, if I would have stood here
centuries ago and said the earth is round?

‘The guy’s a nut!’ …

If you want to suppress someone’s sense of what’s possible
all you need to do overwhelmingly is to suppress the information
they receive about what is possible. …

So: ‘The earth’s not flat, it’s a sphere.’ (level of information)

‘You’re mad! …’

Introduce more information:
law of gravity.

Ahhhh, the apparently ridiculous now becomes possible.

The difference between the two:
the level of information.

So he who controls information
controls our sense of possibility
.”

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