Connecting the Dots
May 12, 2009
For many years there are people fighting against injustice in the world, each in its own way of doing.
Often these people taunted for what they do, simply because others see problems or can not see.
David Icke speaks for example about things that are seen as highly controversial and directly into the bin, thrown by many. Not to mention the way he media (and therefore the audience) was taunted. And let us be clear, he is certainly not the only person that is confusing or equivalent.
Yet the people who, like the police, cases have been thoroughly picked ... supposedly to the bottom.
The police have often only a few and then connecting this research to start to finally arranged to get what happened. They are able to thoroughly research the issues to be resolved.
Example, that for people like David Icke ... it calls not for nothing: "It's about connecting the dots"
After many years of research for him the picture became clear and he does report to all of us a clear picture to sketch. Where many of us really only 1 thing (slightly) is clear, the history - what happened is either a kind of origin - ... the man has almost no idea what we are doing here now on this earth. We are unable to see the whole picture. We'll see loose items apparently nothing to do with each other have ... that while the odd call that there was a link.
View now imagine yourself how difficult it is to connect points, while the seemingly separate issues are nothing to do.
Start at'1 'and trying the 33 points in 1' smooth 'motion, without the pen of the paper to get to find out how these issues should be linked.
We'll you give 1 hint ... Many news articles on other sites about this subject.
Tomorrow, we just like David Icke you are trying to illustrate the significance of all 33 issues and how they in the big picture together.
Enjoy the ride, but make sure you are behind the wheel!