JLB Chats #13 ‘War Hoax’ (1-Oct-2019)

Why do many of the reported American casualties from the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq look so similar? If fakeologists around the world agree about the various lies involved in the official narrative of ‘war’, why do some of these individuals still want to argue about the obvious conclusions which follow? And what does Stefan Molyneux have to do with all of this?

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JLB Chats #11 ‘Contrarian Clues’ (17-Jun-2019)

Do some people argue about things purely for the attention? Even on topics as important as War and History? Is it possible that anybody has ever weighed the entire earth with heavy balls in a shed, and if not, why was JLB the first person in all of recorded history to point this out? Is the progress of technology something to worry about, or are TV shows like ‘Black Mirror’ sending people down the wrong path?

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JLB Member Discord #0 | ‘We Have Lift-Off’ (25-Aug-2018)

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.

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Truther Wars and the Digital Age

War. What is it good for? In the ACT realm, it is certainly good for teh lulz.

Even though this article is entirely serious, I would suggest that you will get the most enjoyment from it if you bear in mind the following: the entire ACT realm, just like this thing we call 'reality', seems to operate like one gigantic practical joke.

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Markus Allen Returns?

Well isn't this a pleasant surprise?

Markus Allen remains one of the pioneers of media fakery discussion.

Several years ago, however, Markus suddenly stopped podcasting. That was it. He was out of the game.

Earlier today (Brisbane time) Markus happened to stop by johnlebon.com for a wide-ranging chat.

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