Doug Owen interviews Jan Irvin for Blacklisted Radio

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Doug Own interviews Jan Irvin on his and Joe Atwill's new article, Manufacturing the Deadhead.

  19 comments for “Doug Owen interviews Jan Irvin for Blacklisted Radio

  1. RealEyes°°
    June 6, 2013 at 12:51 am

    That’s funny; could’ve sworn Mr. Atwill identified himself as a Gentile during an earlier discussion on mind control. If he did in fact decide to set out on a new course during this time in his life then I commend him for having the courage to do so (or the chutzpah).
    Jan, since you and… the man formerly known as Joe Atwill appear to have a good rapport and genuinely consider what the other has to say, it may be in his best interest for you personally to be the one to perhaps delicately suggest to him that there are other ways to express his enthusiasm as this new chapter of his life begins to blossom. Maybe a nice necklace would do the trick without going totally overboard.

    • Charles Frith
      June 6, 2013 at 3:25 am

      What part of the interview did that emerge in? Thanks

      • RealEyes°°
        June 6, 2013 at 4:57 am

        Before it even starts. Read under “Blacklisted Radio” the little interview description.

    • Jan Irvin
      June 6, 2013 at 8:37 am

      Always has to be someone leaving idiotic comments…

  2. RealEyes°°
    June 6, 2013 at 6:14 am

    If you’re asking about “J.” Atwill’s comment wherein he refers to himself as a Gentile, you can find it in “A Conversation About Mind Control”-#155. Exactly at what point -I don’t know but the whole thing is definitely worth checking out.
    Maybe this is why he’s opposed to using psychedelic substances for any reason. Some people go and abruptly join cults, change religions or even their names. Some take it to a whole other level, so that the newly joined religion and name are in essence one and the same! Terence McKenna more than once spoke of trading (pretty sure that’s the word he used) your sexuality while using these substances as an example of the unpredictable nature of the experience.

  3. Phil Herdy
    June 6, 2013 at 3:50 pm

    Hey Jan
    I’m with you on the the “Deadhead” stuff, appears to be solid. I have one question though, if they want to cull the masses by dumbing-down and fragmenting the family; why not just kill everyone in one big swoop? Seems a lot easier than these convoluted culture jamming tactics.

    • Jan Irvin
      June 6, 2013 at 4:14 pm

      The atrocities of WWII were fresh in people’s minds, and about 250,000,000 were killed the last century, and then there’s the issue of who’s to do all the rest of the killing? Soft kill is easier… get people to destroy themselves in a few generations…

      • Paul Short
        June 10, 2013 at 10:14 pm

        Jan, I believe it’s called Democide when governments murder (or cause deat of) their own people. Here’s a good starting point. The numbers in the chart on the upper right give a good overview. http://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/MURDER.HTM

    • oats tao
      June 7, 2013 at 2:05 am

      Who would do all their grunt work for them then? People sign up en masse to give away their culture, their community, their identity ,their souls for someone elses script and plan of action. Tax schematic is one of the genius strokes of the deceitful and there would be
      no Tax income. They would have to get their chubby hands dirty. Aside from the variables involved in how the Elite do war amongst themselves as everyone still is individualistic and they infight with their ideals – so it’s not so simple of course.

  4. RealEyes°°
    June 6, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    Let’s not forget the convenience of having the masses perform the hard labor which is so essential to actually build and maintain whatever twisted reality they have in mind. Besides having an aversion to physical labor, they also seem to throughout history be seriously devoid of creative talent. I think they have been pretty much counting on reaping the rewards of things like scientific breakthroughs that occur to people tripping on the stream of acid that was generated by them.
    This ties in with the black magick of government.

    • oats tao
      June 7, 2013 at 2:07 am

      Yes they do count on culling those bright ‘stars’ of artistic creation and also count on them burning out so they can reap the rights and estates and ideas of those artists long after they are deceased. Sad but true.

      • RealEyes°°
        June 7, 2013 at 6:24 am

        I must give some of these guys credit for foreseeing the advantage of making it a crime to possess the very same drugs that they really want us to consume. By doing this they automatically have the excuse, as ridiculous as it may be to tap your phone, read your email, walk in through your front door, take your children, shoot your dog, and piss in your toilet.
        And when they’re done with that seize all the cool stuff you wrote, designed, recorded, and built while you were high.
        When your neighbors hear what happened they’ll get chills up their spines imagining what could have happened had the authorities not stepped in so fast.

  5. RealEyes°°
    June 7, 2013 at 6:48 am

    …and now enter the new millennium where they leave what used to be your home and walk into your neighbor’s just because the American flag on their front porch implies they’re obviously patriotic and therefore highly likely to own at least a couple of automatic assault rifles with large capacity…

  6. Ben Justice
    June 7, 2013 at 10:18 am

    I want to skip ahead.

    I’m now reading all the citations. This is going to take FOREVER. Fuck. The “Inside the LC” stuff alone is mind boggling. It’s taking hours. It’s not well cited at all (which isn’t to say inaccurate), so I’m having to stop every few paragraphs and fact-check as beat I can.

    I want to know the truth. Now. This is driving me nuts.

    Is there a guide? Who was calling the shots behind the “Project Hippie” program? How did they know it would work, and work so damn well? They must have failed from time to time. Where are examples of that? For example, if people didn’t “take” to Jim Morrison, what then? It’s obvious that they diversified. And how much were guys like Frank Zappa aware of their own role? Did Hendricks know he was part of a directed effort?

    What’s truly mind-blowing is this: this happened from 1963-1970. So what was the next project these conspirators took up after The Hippies?

    … I need a “How Stuff Works” breakdown of societal manipulation. I’ve watched all of Century of the Self, which is a good primer. I suspect the events of the 1960’s, counter-culturally speaking, are the direct descendants of Bernay’s original programs.

    • Jan Irvin
      June 7, 2013 at 10:46 am

      Raves…

      it’s better to spend a few hours/days researching than spending a lifetime believing lies. Welcome to the world of facts and citations. It’s a pleasure to welcome you out of the cave.

  7. Ben Justice
    June 9, 2013 at 8:33 am

    Check out this sweet piece of spelunking equipment:

    http://infobeautiful3.s3.amazonaws.com/2013/02/iib_rhetological_fallacies_EN.png

    You could add it to trivium studies.

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