Re: Why don`t the extraterrestrials help us?
Good description of Icke, truebeliever. I couldn't have said it better myself. But since this is an important topic, I am going to risk being redundandt and reiterate my own objections/reservatoins re Icke:
1) He is non-spiritual, and eschews Christianity especially, as you say. This seems incongruous to me, since many of us who have gone down this path of conspiracy research mirror DaddyLongLegs' sentiment that it has made us more religious. Even though Icke exposes freemasonry and the Illuminati as part of the overall scheme, his thinly-veiled contempt for Christianity smacks oddly of their tactics. I am not quite so certain that Icke is not a disinformation specialist.
2) His radical, sensationalist theories about UFOs, space aliens, and especially the reptilian shapechangers do just as you say, truebeliever; this kind of radical, unsubstantiated lore throws a bucket of cold water on the whole conspiracy research world.
3) Other more credible characters within the conspiracy world, like several of the ex-Illuminati sex slaves profiled by Dr. Henry in a recent article, have stated their own doubts and reservations about Icke after meeting him in person.
This is not to say that there isn't a lot of good, credible information available on Icke's website. I have learned that when researching these topics, one must learn practice eclective discernment, picking and choosing from many different sources in order to construct a composite model or hypothesis that connects the greatest number of dots.