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Old 03-01-2010, 11:57 AM   #25
caleb_11
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I don't think that David Icke knows where he stands politcally. He knows that he has more questions than he does answers. He criticises many ideas, but does not have many solutions except for post-modern-like ideals and the idea of 'love'. I agree with David on a few things believe his message is positive, but somewhat impractical.

He does not like hierachies, but he admits in his 'Tales from the Time Loop' that heirarchies are nearly inescapable, referring to anrachists having heirarchies. He has stated that he 'wouldn't be without the police'. His politics is mixed up, and even his theories on the elite are as well.

David also thinks that capitalism and socialism are bad for the environment, as he states in "I am free, I am me." He is very green, and yet he somehow believes global warming is a ruse. I don't know what to think about that. I think it could actually be real.

He even ran for a political postions not too long ago. I think David Icke prefers democracy, perhaps even direct democracy that leaned over to the left economically and on the liberal scale socially.
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