Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Hoax Busters: Feb 15, 2016

Hoax Busters: Work your way up to banana picker
Hosted by: Chris From OK
Conspiracy or just Theory? Current events, History, Religion, Politics, etc..with a conspiratorial view of the "System", applying critical thinking and analysis to separate the real from the unreal,...
Episode Notes: "Someone asked me the other day if I believe in conspiracies. Well, sure. Here's one. It is called the political system. It is nothing if not a giant conspiracy to rob, trick and subjugate the population." Jeffrey Tucker


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Negentropic said...

I called in during the last hour and a half of this show. Greg from NJ, Celtic Rebel's old buddy also called in.

Nick said...

Celtic queermo more like it.

Negentropic said...

Greg was also on Jan Irvin's show recently:


He said he'll be doing an ongoing series on Gnostic Media.


Celtic Buttcrack's Live Shows on Sunday are free. Only the archives have gone behind a pay wall.

Erik Paul said...

Hey Neg,
I know you're doing Bulletproof™ coffee but I was wondering if you've tried Jan's other Elixir, a big frosty mug of morning piss! lol

Negentropic said...


Are you serious? He drinks his own piss? He goes that far? Geez! I've seen some idiots on you tube do it, but I didn't think he would go that far. Can you drop a link in here to a show where he admits that?

I don't drink "bulletproof," I drink Trader Joe's French Roast, lol. I just put Bulletproof in there because people are familiar with it and to give a plug to the enlightened urine aficionado. lol

What's next? Drinking "aged for 12 years" urine like it was Chivas Regal? lol

Erik Paul said...

Check out the Joe Rogan podcast he did a few years back, I think it might have been in 2011. In any case, he only did the one show with Joe as Joe treated him badly and their friendship deteriorated after that.

Apparently he even got Joe to try it. Actually I don't know if Jan still does it but he has apparently stopped the entheogens including DMT.

I like Jan. I just wish he'd stop misprouncing words, it's enough drive a pedant batty. (BTW The frosty mug comment was just an embellishment per my class I comedic license) :-)

Erik Paul said...

Ha ha, did the universe just slap me or what? I just misspelled "mispronouncing."

Negentropic said...


Got it.

He's done a lot of psychedelics in the past. Unlike Jan and his Trivium obsession, I don't think that Aristotelian verbal logic is the solution but actually the problem. People assume it's the be all and end all of everything. Nonsense. It's just another way of mapping the forest of human perceptions with metaphors. And the map can never be the territory, it can only be made more and more detailed. To only use verbal logic ignores all the other methods of mapping territories, the visual, the musical, the olfactory, etc. Every sense has its own metaphors you can use to map and then navigate new territory. With music it's sounds and harmonies, with images its the same. The phrase "every picture is worth a thousand words" is literally true and of course every great piece of music is worth a lot more than a thousand words and only the rarest of gifted writers can describe the same feeling in words. You'd have to be a poet first, prose wouldn't cut it.

Negentropic said...

P.S. By which I mean to say that the jigsaw puzzle of t-root-ful know-ledge or correct human perceptions and conceptions that lay the foundation of good logic must be made from as many areas of the puzzle and on as many levels as possible and brought together that way for a much fuller and accurate understanding, not from one spot outwards or linearly. Verbal logic tends to be linear and very quick to stagnate and be set in its ways. Therefore it's perfect for the false narratives of the rulers. Once THEY give you the narrative, from all channels of media, to you AND to your parents and family and friends, it's all over unless some really smart leader (like Rousseau, Jefferson, Adams, Thomas Paine, Jackson, Lysander Spooner, Mussolini, Hitler, Ezra Pound, Jung, Fellini, Albert Camus, Bobby Fischer, Eustace Mullins, etc.) who understands how all this was done leads you out of it. The mark of a leader is mental sovereignty and the refusal to give-in to any type of group pressure or groupthink. Once a person like that gives in to the pressure of an "ignorance is strength" group-think party, the game is over and he might as well not have any brains at all.

Erik Paul said...

And different people often understand the very same words to mean different things, often they don't know words at all, very seldom is there complete congruence of intended meaning...especially across cultural and educational lines.

Further, association doesn't necessarily indicate causation or conspiracy. Jan has a tendency to always find the "worm in the apple," and to see many people he investigates as having sinister motives.

All in all though I do like the roll he plays and the volume of work he has done. After all if you pile up enough horseshit, you're bound to find some juicy kernels of corn. lol

Erik Paul said...

Cool it Neg! I think you're putting way too much MCT in the BPC! I'm on a Droid, gotta go back to the 10-worders..