Full Moon Truth Lounge | War Hoax + Gino (25-Sep-2018)

Topics include

The Franz Ferdinand Assassination Hoax,

The War Hoax,

The Hyperinflation Hoax,

The power of AUTHORity,

and much, much more.

Video

 

Audio-only

Coming soon

Timestamps

Coming soon

Links

Smithsonian article – https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/curses-archduke-franz-ferdinand-and-his-astounding-death-car-27381052/
War footage – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhu_77VU4tA
Lotto vid – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-Z10P2f4Pg
Gino and JLB on the ISS – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxKRdLXqGoQ


Production notes: livestreamed late 25-Sep into early 26-Sep.


 

11 thoughts on “Full Moon Truth Lounge | War Hoax + Gino (25-Sep-2018)

  • 27-September-2018 at 3:52 am
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    I am really digging your history hoax slant. You deliver the goods in an intelligent and dare I say cheeky manner. You are indeed your own industry. Keep up the excellent wo
    rk. Franz Ferdinand the band was way better in this reality.

  • 27-September-2018 at 7:58 am
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    The death car is just a coincidence? That’s what my daughter’s mum says about my daughter looking nothing like me, Im not believing her and I’m sure not going to believe this. ūüėā

  • 27-September-2018 at 8:02 am
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    Also, John, I know you don’t listen to the radio so I feel you won’t know this; we are also prompted to have a minute of silence across all the radio channels. We don’t escape it after school. ūüėā

    • 27-September-2018 at 3:43 pm
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      This is news to me. I find it hard to imagine a normie sitting in their car in silence for an entire minute. That is the whole idea of the radio in the first place: to save the normie from having to spend any time thinking about things while he or she drives from one place to another! I can only guess that when the radio announcer says ‘we are about to have a minute of silence’, the normie begins changing the channel, only to find in frustration that all channels are doing the exact same thing at the exact same time. Gosh darn it! Any station which bucked the trend and kept broadcasting that sweet, sweet, mind-numbing music would suddenly become the most popular radio station in the entire city.

      • 28-September-2018 at 8:08 am
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        I’m not sure whether they do it or not but the only channel I can think of that might can it because they’re so ‘progessive’ and ‘hip’ would be JJJ; id rather sit in 2 minutes of silence than listen to that rubbish hahah!

      • 28-September-2018 at 11:16 am
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        ” I find it hard to imagine a normie sitting in their car in silence for an entire minute. That is the whole idea of the radio in the first place: to save the normie from having to spend any time thinking about things while he or she drives from one place to another! ”

        i couldn’t agree more. i may have mentioned this in a recent chat, but ill echo it again. it used to ‘drive’ me insane when i was younger how everyone could not have dead air for more than even a minute without flicking between radio stations that never had anything on but top pop or campy advertising or annoying dj host prattle.

        after capitulation, it was worn out overplayed CDs or Tapes. and years later when there was satellite radio as tech progressed, it still was never enough. even late at night or early into the wee hours of the morning on a long road trip… family or friends just couldn’t drive without noise coming out of the cackling speakers.

        me? i loved when i was all alone looking out at the moon through the windshield, the stars, hearing the ambient thumping of the road… thinking about the past, the future, the present.

        sure depending on the time and mood, i would enjoy listening to music, radio talk shows or audiobooks…but my lord it drove me crazy how people could not just have silence for any period of time. even when there was a good discussion, there just had to be music in the background so everyone had to yell.

        fast forward to today, there are now advertising / tv tablets in all taxis which i immediately shut off…and uber / lyft drivers usually assume passengers want tunes.

        i usually always (politely) ask them to turn off the radio …and i can see from their reactions they think i’m a weirdo or a snob. typical response is “ill change it to whatever you want”

        and i’m like…what i want is silence, sir… please : )

        • 28-September-2018 at 11:33 am
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          meant to post this quote, widely attributed to Pascal, which there’ve been variations on since, but it always stayed with me. for years i just took these axioms with a grain of salt…perhaps a bit extreme from the ‘intellectual’ class, but when you really examine human behavior as objectively as possible…many of these simple but profound insights are tantamount to laws of nature.

          ‚ÄúAll of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.‚ÄĚ

          ‚Äē Blaise Pascal, Pens√©es

          i suffer from smartphone addiction too, but not in the extreme. when people are on ‘vacation’ they literally can’t even be on the beach relaxing in silence. nope..have to be talking, or connected real time to their various feeds.

          and how irritating is it when you are at the ocean and normies to the left and right are blaring their stereos despite the beautiful sounds of waves and seagulls and kids making sandcastles…all of the natural ambiance distorted by the cacophony of cheap boom box treble.

          i used to decry dictatorships…but you know what? ūüėõ

        • 02-October-2018 at 10:12 am
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          i usually always (politely) ask them to turn off the radio ‚Ķand i can see from their reactions they think i‚Äôm a weirdo or a snob. typical response is ‚Äúill change it to whatever you want‚ÄĚ

          and i’m like…what i want is silence, sir… please : )

          I can imagine. Of course, the Uber driver’s work environment entails constant radio immersion, to the point that your asking them to remain in silence is something akin to asking a fish to go without water.

          To say that the radio is addictive is almost understating things. The monotonous, production-line drum and bass lines, one flowing into another, all day long… imagine what that does to a brain/mind/psyche.

          • 02-October-2018 at 2:10 pm
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            I drove uber for a little while, not very long, but I never had the radio on. It seemed like everyone was either a phone zombie and oblivious, or they wanted to converse amongst themselves or with me.

            It was cool talking to different kinds of people, people I would never have interacted with otherwise, lots of rich people. I always preferred talking to silence.

            Radio is annoying unless its a song I like, and at best Ill only hear a few good songs each hour, so i listen to my own downloaded songs that i am constantly adding to and changing, otherwise that gets boring too.

            Ooo, oo, oooo, I got a jlb podcast to listen to. Time for a big bowl of wheaties and a podcast.

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