Does Markus really believe the CIA or similar groups spy on people like me / us?
Why did Markus, back in 2012, propose that food refrigeration might be bad for our health?
Is it okay to state that 'natural disasters' on the TV news may be faked -- and if so, qui bono?Read more
Quick note about some Member Calls this weekend.Read more
Where has Markus Allen been for the past 15 months?
Why did a discussion about war fakery
end his involvement in conspiracy culture?
Does he still believe the scene is full of 'disinfo' agents
and, if so, where can JLB apply for a job?
In May of 2014, a man named Markus Allen appeared as a guest on Greg Carlwood's 'The Higherside Chats' podcast. I am now of the opinion that this was a seminal moment in contemporary conspiracy subculture history. This article features a transcription the pages of notes I took while re-listening to the interview on a recent long-distance bus ride. These notes will serve as the basis for a larger project which I'm currently working on here.Read more
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.Read more