"I believe that the human race has developed a form of collective schizophrenia in which we are not only the slaves to this imposed thought behavior, but we are also the police force of it."
I'm strictly speaking not a "fan" of David Icke, however, I like him a lot- and even if 50% of what he says is true- then that's important- you don't have to "believe in him" in fact he would prefer if people stopped having the need to believe in him or any other person, institution or religion.
What he's always been saying for years is simply to stop believing in all the worn out bull-shit we are constantly bombarded with from the cradle to the grave- stand up by yourself- marvel at all the wonders that are there in life- above and below the system that tries to diminish and narrow a person's consciousness. As I said before many of his ideas are certainly unconventional, but alas they do give one pause for thought, and that makes all the difference.
This Saturday, David will be broadcasting live across the Internet his second only talk in 2012 from Wembley in London.