In the Brighteon.com video below, I offer a detailed analysis of David Wilcock's complaints against GAIA, along with some kind words about Wilcock's overall work (and his interest in awakening humanity to many topics). We've never covered David Wilcock before, but he's been an influential lecturer, speaker and filmmaker on many topics of interest to curious minds.
I don't have any particular beef with GAIA, by the way, and in fact I filmed 12 episodes with GAIA TV several years ago, working with Ed Group. I was treated very kindly and fairly and have no personal complaints whatsoever against GAIA. I didn't continue filming with them simply because I got busy with other projects, and their "GAIA TV" launch was still in its early stages, without much viewership at that time.
Because of the volatile nature of the subject matter here, I'm inviting GAIA TV as well as David Wilcock to reply to Natural News, if they wish, with any clarifying statements or videos they'd like to make public. I'm also inviting David Wilcock to launch a channel on Brighteon.com and post whatever videos he's like to get out to the public, free from the censorship of YouTube and the contractual controls of GAIA (or anyone else).
Every topic is acceptable for Wilcock to discuss on Brighteon.com. Nothing is out of bounds, which is the whole point of launching a video site that isn't controlled by evil techno-tyranny pushers like Google.
Here's my full video report on David Wilcock leaving GAIA. You can also see it in full at:
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