October 2, 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?
On Tuesday evening, 1-Oct-2019 (Thailand time), I made another appearance in the Fakeologist audiochat Discord server, to share my thoughts on all of these questions and much, much more.
This podcast features that discussion, mirrored from the Fakeologist audiochat. Some minor editing performed to balance audio and add a short clip at the end.
September 8, 2019
What is a 'normie' and what do normies tend to believe? Is there a little normie in all of us? What are we led to believe by society, and what causes a man to question what he thinks he already knows?
On Monday evening, 2-Sep-2019, I decided to livestream a show on my YouTube channel. This mp3 file is a slightly-edited rip of the video, with some dead air at the beginning removed for the benefit of the listener.
See the full video at johnlebon.com
August 22, 2019
Why do some people believe they are part of a 'truth movement'? What is a 'non player character' and how can you tell if you are dealing with one? When did the average person become so hopelessly stupid and where can the 'player characters' hope to find some intelligent conversation?
Early Thursday morning, 22-Aug-2019, I wanted to test out my livestream setup and ended up broadcasting for almost three hours, covering a range of topics. This mp3 file is a slightly-edited rip of the video, with some dead air removed for the benefit of the listener.
See the full video at johnlebon.com
July 26, 2019
Are the well-known Moon Landing 'conspiracy theories' a giant red herring? What evidence do we have that 'outer space' even exists in the first place? When did the science fiction of outer space become science 'fact', and why do so few 'awake' people ever question things like this?
Late Monday evening, 22-Jul-2019 (Vietnam time), I made another appearance in the Fakeologist audiochat Discord server, to share my thoughts on all of these questions and much, much more.
This podcast features that discussion, mirrored from the Fakeologist audiochat.
July 17, 2019
If ancient history is a hoax, then why hasn't anybody exposed it before now? How could so many experts all be in on this gigantic fraud? What is the motivation behind lying about history?
In this livestream I answer all of these questions and more.
By the end of the presentation you will understand how and why the History Hoax is one of the easier Hoaxes for The People Who Run The Show to propagate.
July 17, 2019
A one-off liveshow to blow out the cobwebs and remember how to use streaming software.
Topics include the Non-Player Character theory, Flat Earth, contrarianism, and much, much more!
June 17, 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?
Late Sunday evening, 16-Jun-2019 (Malaysia time), I made another appearance in the Fakeologist audiochat Discord server, to share my thoughts on all of this and much, much more.
This podcast features that discussion, mirrored from the Fakeologist audiochat. Please forgive the choppy audio in the final third of the call. Not sure what caused it. The first two-thirds of the call are not quite as bad, though.
June 1, 2019
The fifth installment of the Nomad Skeptic Podcast features the show's first ever Texan guest.
Alex Cyrus is a web developer who works remotely for a company based in the US, while living in Canada, having successfully found work in the industry following a three-month web-dev 'boot camp'.
*How and why somebody might want to work remotely while still doing the 'nine to five'.
*The pros and cons of coding / programming 'boot camps'.
*Materialism, the white picket fence, and asking, 'is this all there is?'
*The modern age and technology -- amazing opportunities, potential pitfalls.
May 30, 2019
The fourth installment of the Nomad Skeptic Podcast feature's the show's first ever European guest.
Tomas Woksepp is a freelance web developer who skipped college, started taking small projects on freelancer.com, and now travels the world working for clients remotely.
*The pros and the cons of finding work on sites like freelancer.com
*How 'overthinking it' can stop people from pursuing their dreams.
*VentureCost.com -- An excellent platform for comparing the 'cost of living' around the world.
*The personality types which will survive and thrive in the DN lifestyle.
May 28, 2019
The third installment of the Nomad Skeptic Podcast features the show's first lady guest.
Suzanne Wentley is a writer and marketing consultant who has traveled the world by car, plane, and sailboat.
*PR, politics, and influencing public opinion.
*House sitting and pet sitting: the great 'travel hack'.
*True freedom and how it is perceived by those who don't pursue it.
*Chiang Mai and the irony of a 'digital nomad mecca'.