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    Default David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    Suppose you are a 'seriously high-level insider' and you want to become a whistleblower. Would you then go to David Wilcock ( who you've probably never heard of anyway, very few people have ), or to the Guardian or some other news organisation that funds investigative reporting?

    My point being: when David Wilcock speaks about 'high-level insider' he actually means a chapter in his book of tales, right? Just trying to learn Newspeak.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    David Wilcock's "insiders" are:

    1) Corey Goode
    2) Pete Peterson
    3) Emery Smith

    I only wish there was a clever enough emoji to express profound irony. Because I simply don't have the words.

    Real whistleblowers would never go to David Wilcock because David Wilcock has never had any real whistleblowers

    It would be like taking your car to a guy who is pretending to be a mechanic.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    I really donít like making absolutist statements when I canít read minds, but whatever, because no individual with real politically and scientifically occult knowledge would share any of that with David.

    Maybe a chlorine tablet finessed into a platitude to keep the microbes from taking over the pool, but nothing of any value or clear truth.

    They would be life-threateningly stupid to do so, and someone of that mindset wouldnít be involved with decision making at that level to begin with.

    Just action hero figurines and confabulators, from my vantage point.


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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    Quote Posted by ndroock1 (here)
    Suppose you are a 'seriously high-level insider' and you want to become a whistleblower. Would you then go to David Wilcock ( who you've probably never heard of anyway, very few people have ), or to the Guardian or some other news organisation that funds investigative reporting?

    My point being: when David Wilcock speaks about 'high-level insider' he actually means a chapter in his book of tales, right? Just trying to learn Newspeak.
    Yes, book of fairy tales!

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    How many pages in the book? ONE?

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    Quote Posted by KiwiElf (here)
    How many pages in the book? ONE?
    I think a sticky note would do...

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    Quote Posted by ndroock1 (here)
    Suppose you are a 'seriously high-level insider' and you want to become a whistleblower. Would you then go to David Wilcock ( who you've probably never heard of anyway, very few people have ), or to the Guardian or some other news organisation that funds investigative reporting?

    My point being: when David Wilcock speaks about 'high-level insider' he actually means a chapter in his book of tales, right? Just trying to learn Newspeak.
    The only way one of the true spooks would contact someone such as David would be simply to utilize their mass appeal to lead the pack astray off to some dead end where in the end David would be discredited and then made to look the fool when they no longer reach out to him. The insiders in the real intelligence agencies have done this multiple times. They teach techniques to win the trust of someone then begin telling them things, some true, some laughably false and so it goes. It's very likely Steven Greer is another one the spooks have played this way along with Linda Molten Howe to some extent also. The disinfo. crew got to all of these guys including but not limited to these above. They are actively going to all the events and cheering right along with the crowd of followers just waiting for the next in to use someone else. They do this as counter intelligence of course but if you want to know more about guys like Rick Doty that have been outed while doing this (he was outed by Howe) simply watch, "Mirage Men" on Amazon Prime I think it is right now.
    The genius consistently stands out from the masses in that he unconsciously anticipates truths of which the population as a whole only later becomes conscious! Speech-circa 1937

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    When your insiders are the Three Stooges you should check yo self.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

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    Quote Posted by ndroock1 (here)
    Suppose you are a 'seriously high-level insider' and you want to become a whistleblower. Would you then go to David Wilcock ( who you've probably never heard of anyway, very few people have ), or to the Guardian or some other news organisation that funds investigative reporting?

    My point being: when David Wilcock speaks about 'high-level insider' he actually means a chapter in his book of tales, right? Just trying to learn Newspeak.
    The only way one of the true spooks would contact someone such as David would be simply to utilize their mass appeal to lead the pack astray off to some dead end where in the end David would be discredited and then made to look the fool when they no longer reach out to him. The insiders in the real intelligence agencies have done this multiple times. They teach techniques to win the trust of someone then begin telling them things, some true, some laughably false and so it goes. It's very likely Steven Greer is another one the spooks have played this way along with Linda Molten Howe to some extent also. The disinfo. crew got to all of these guys including but not limited to these above. They are actively going to all the events and cheering right along with the crowd of followers just waiting for the next in to use someone else. They do this as counter intelligence of course but if you want to know more about guys like Rick Doty that have been outed while doing this (he was outed by Howe) simply watch, "Mirage Men" on Amazon Prime I think it is right now.
    It's in the Avalon Library for anybody interested eh ? Mirage Men MP4

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's book of insiders.

    Since David's insider's insiders within the government have top secret clearance 138 levels above the president he uses a dead drop in DC to communicate most of the time. He flies to Washington with his 6 Somalian or is it Samoan body guards who protect him against the evil doers and then uses a dead drop in Washington National Cemetery next to my parent's graves in order to be inconspicuous with his Samoan bodyguards ................ Sometimes they meet half way in Branson Missouri or at the the Dolly Parton Park or as its know Dollywood.

    But Most of the time they just call him on his phone since the NSA, FBI, CIA wouldn't be listening anyway according to everything we have learned from Snowden and others about our privacy.

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