Is the internet something very different to what most of us seem to believe? Are websites stored on physical servers or is there something else going on? Where does ‘technology’ come from? Why do some people say that War is a Hoax? And why does everybody else find this notion so difficult to entertain?Read more
Why do some people claim that we are living in a 'simulation'? What is the so-called 'depopulation agenda'? Are there really seven billion people on earth today? Were Aldous Huxley and his friends wrong to suggest that some people may be better off stupid? And what does bitcoin have to do with any of this?
In the first episode of JLB Open House an all-star cast of interlocutors tackled these questions and more. We also said hello for the first time to SalzburgGold from North Dakota and OriginalSimulant from Florida.Read more
On 9/11, did anybody die or get hurt? If nobody died, nobody got hurt, was it even a 'bad' thing? If on the other hand somebody died, somebody got hurt, doesn't that basically mean that JLB and co are effectively cray cray?
Are we willing to seriously engage with and consider evidence which goes against our current beliefs? Can we entertain controversial or taboo topics? 'Urine therapy', the 'mud flood', the War Hoax, the History Hoax -- you name it, we discuss it in this epic JLB Member Call. One for the ages!Read more
Was Osama bin Laden a real person, or a fictional character played by actors? Did actual planes hit the Twin Towers on 9/11, or was television used to fool the lemming masses once again? Speaking of the Twin Towers, were these real and legitimate office buildings, or were they gigantic props ‘built to be brought down’? In the largest terror event the world has ever seen, did anybody really die or get hurt?Read more
If war is a 'hoax', then why do some veterans come home injured, and others not come home at all? How could so many people be in on such a grand deception and somehow keep it a secret? What was it that led Dave to first start questioning things like the Giza Pyramids and the Sphinx? Why did Dave quit the 'truth' scene in 2016, and why did he recently return?
Special guest and world-famous 'conspiracy theorist' Dave J joined us to answer these questions and so many more from an eclectic panel of interlocutors.Read more
This was supposed to be a trial run of the new platform (Discord) and the new recording software (Craig bot). Knightly News and I had set aside our Saturday evening for a call to test out the new tech. We were soon joined by unexpected guests, and what followed was a terrific discussion on media fakery, skepticism, the ACT realm, and many related topics.
I had only opened the JLB Discord server less than ten hours before this call took place, which makes the surprise turnout all the more impressive.Read more
In a world gone mad, what does it mean to be 'sane'? Is the ACT realm merely a place for lost souls to get together and blame external forces for their own emptiness? What do we imagine 'death' to entail and who put those ideas in our heads? Does the practicing skeptic have to live a life without faith?
Joining me to discuss these questions and more was an all-star cast of MSC regulars, as well as yet another debutante: DNA from Holland.Read more
Is it sometimes the case that ignorance really is bliss? What -- if anything -- separates the typical human being from a programmed robot? How can a person live a normal life after they have discovered certain esoteric information? Why might it be helpful to understand the (purported) difference between 'subjective' and 'objective' reality? And what is with the 9/11 references in the promotional trailer for this film?Read more
Is jet fuel a hoax? Why do some YouTubers seem so sure that this is the case? When we first learn about a grand hoax, it can be a humbling experience. What are some of the most humbling hoaxes you have come to terms with? The boogeymen on the telescreen such as Bashar al-Assad: are these real people, or simply characters played by actors? And how on earth would we know?Read more
Is access to an infinite supply of information necessarily a good thing? How many of us can actually remember when we first connected to 'the internet'? Why would any person fear the permanent storage of 'personal data'? And what does any of this have to do with an obscure Argentinian fiction writer who died decades ago?
Joining me to discuss these questions and more was an eclectic panel of interlocutors, who each read Borges' seven-page short story The Library of Babel prior to the call :)Read more