Here is an abridged collection of podcasts which newcomers might find interesting.
Listed in reverse chronological order.
Chat #06 – JLB Chats with Harry Ell (11-May-2018) [81 minutes]
Is ‘ancient history’ an elaborate ruse? Why is nobody else pointing out some of the silly stories being passed off as ‘historical fact’? Is Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People filled with subtle ‘black pills’? Why do so many people in the ACT realm present themselves as bitter/angry individuals?
Chat #05 – JLB Chats with Dave J + Rollo (12-Apr-2018) [96 minutes]
Is it okay to hold and share ‘crazy’ opinions? Is it possible that the politicians on our telescreens are literally actors (who sometimes even play more than one role at a time)? Is the moon anything more than a light? Why do so few people either know about or discuss the War Hoax and/or History Hoax?
Chat #04 – JLB Chats with John Adams (29-Mar-2018) [106 minutes]
Are we living in the ‘end times’? If ‘apocalypse’ simply means ‘unveiling’, and we are using the internet to lift the veil on the truth, are we not ourselves taking part in the dawn of a new age? How much of George Orwell’s 1984 is applicable or relevant to what is happening today? And does it make any sense for us to spend our finite time in fear of ‘Big Brother’?
Chat #03 – JLB Chats with Velocet + KHam (12-Jan-2018) [180 minutes]
How would we know if ‘god’ were present in our day-to-day lives? Why do so few of us take the time to look into the history of where our technology comes from? Do people really want the truth, or is it possible that some people are better off in blissful ignorance? And why can’t the average person cite a single study to support their belief that cigarettes are as harmful as we are told?
Chat #02 – JLB Chats with Yoassarion + Farcevalue (22-Dec-2017) [98 minutes]
Are the people who run the show ‘evil’? Do ‘paid shills’ really exist? What evidence is there to prove it? How much responsibility ought we take for our own lives? Is the system as bad as some people believe and, if so, why do we continue to play our roles in the system?
JLB Talks with Tom (14-Dec-2017) [70 minutes]
Topics discussed include:
*The August 2017 ‘Unite the Right’ Car Plough event in Charlottesville
*The subsequent protests which were held in Vancouver
*Mass immigration into western countries, ‘White nationalism’, Antifa, and the ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ campaign
Chat #01 – JLB Chats with Gaia (30-Nov-2017) [67 minutes]
Do you believe ‘dinosaurs’ once roamed the earth? Does it bother you if other people hold different opinions? Is it worth spending our finite time arguing with one another over topics such as these — and if so, why?
Perspectives – Ep #00 (2-Jun-2017) [133 minutes]
In this episode we round out our discussion on 9/11 and media fakery, and then move on to discuss in greater detail the concepts of ‘truth’, ‘truthers’, and whether or not we can use new information and outlooks to actually improve our lives.
Ged Skeptic Chat (17-Feb-2017) [110 minutes]
Topics of conversation include the FE scene and its many charlatans and suckers, the existence (or otherwise) of dinosaurs and nuclear bombs, the ‘truth’ scene in general, and broader questions of epistemology and what can be known.
Perspectives – Ep #0 (3-Feb-2017) [167 minutes]
Neg’s experiences with the 9/11 ‘truth movement’ – and the various boobytraps and false prophets connected to it – offer invaluable insights into the broader ‘truth comunity’: how it operates, what kind of people are involved, and so forth.
Debate: Heliocentrists vs John le Bon (2-Jul-2016) [172 minutes]
On 2-Jul-2016, I was randomly invited to a live google hangout with an all-star cast of prominent pro-scientism YouTubers, including Shawn Hufford, Red’s Rhetoric, and Atheist Rex. What followed was a classic example of what happens when a group of scientism spruikers have their beliefs challenged by a genuine skeptic.
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