34 thoughts on “What It Is #115 | The One When Shit Hits the Fan

  • October 2, 2016 at 9:16 pm
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    Nature (or matrix) while set the rules on the long run. We are way too dependants on many things to survive. Exemple : Vaccins at birth make human species weaker, natural selection is avoid. We reproduce with defect gene with good medecin. We help people who can’t reproduce , to do so with technologies. On our needs side, Oil, machins, robotic, computer and digital money system make the system very vulnerable too. Complexity will collapse the system, like past empire are gone. Next carington event or solar minimum with mini glaciation or pendemic or any such planetery event will collapse the system for good (could be economic, the blood of our exchanges). Then, natural selection will be terrible, (the last will be the first). But after we will become really wise as a civilisation if the evolution go on. The only problem I see is nuclear plant won’t be securise on the long run. But maybe the game is set to end anyway, for us or for all the planet (dinosaurs are not there anymore). We don’t know the real rules. Thank you for your video. You don’t know who’s young man/woman mind will spark and go further. I suggest you don’t spend too much energy with negative commentary, some are effectively only made to be destructive (by sad people). Sorry for my bad english communication, not my first language.

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    • October 2, 2016 at 11:31 pm
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      “will”, not “while”… start bad 😀

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  • October 2, 2016 at 5:04 pm
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    HAHA. Trade the hat for a carved wooden elephant. That cracked me up. It’s true though. Yeah, I like the show, it covers important topics in a nice laid back manner. You guys are sweet, sincere, and care about the world. It’s great. Keep up the good work. 😉 Thanks for sharing.

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  • October 1, 2016 at 4:46 pm
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    Math Powerland of theNasaChannel proponent of flat earth and artist.I think you are spot on Nathan,Duetschbanks going to bring it on.Im in Australia by the way also Europe Czech rep,so will see it unfold over there.

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  • October 1, 2016 at 4:23 pm
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    Nathan, what are your thoughts on Miles Mathis’ paper “The End of Pi” in which he argues that while geometrically pi = 3.14 … when movement is taken into account in the world of physics pi = 4?

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  • October 1, 2016 at 3:57 pm
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    Home run on the fear take…Psychology is long of tooth on recognition of the power of fear…humans can absolutely NOT respond rationally or with consideration if under the influence of any sort of fear. We can not discriminate if we allow ourselves to be fear victims.

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  • October 1, 2016 at 2:40 pm
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    Nathan, are you willing to share your experience of dying and being reborn again? Was this in a previous show?
    Would very much like to hear it if you are comfortable in discussing.
    Cheers

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  • October 1, 2016 at 11:30 am
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    As you began to unveil your stance towards disrespectful or hateful comments by writing off people who comment online as unreal, i thought you were going to verbalize an idea which i’ve been cultivating, yet as you proceeded your point, i was rather disappointed by its incompletion.

    I get why you’re framing them as such, as it might just be too painful for us to embrace certain comments about ourselves that strike a sensitive chord, so we attempt to deflate the threat by dehumanizing the remark’s creator.

    The way i’ve been conceiving of it, and the way in which i thought you were going to express your thought process concerning this subject, is that people who express inordinate hate (mainly on online platforms) usually are besides themselves, and they more often than not aren’t really saying things they would say or acting like they would in physical interaction, so in a sense they are not acting like real people.

    Yet when you get down to the core of it, ”every thing we condemn someone else for can lead us to greater understanding about our own insecurities” (that we externalize or project as something extrinsinc to us).
    *paraphrased Quote from C.G. Jung

    So just like people who have showered you with torrents of acerbic commentary, in an attempt to break you down or get you to start questioning your self or beliefs, are out of alignment with themselves and their own vulnerability as naturally sensitive human beings, so must i respectfully add that you too, Nate, are out of alignment with your self once you feel compelled to dehumanize the creator of a painful comment just because you are unwilling to look too deeply into or acknowledge its worth.

    Basically, the reason why you and we (as we’re all in this together; equally vulnerable, although ”some more equal than others”) feel compelled to villify the one who made us feel bad with his hurtful remark, is because we are afraid that there might be some truth to what they’re saying.

    In fact, the only reason (wish i could bold this statement) why we feel offended by any kind of remark, is because we subconsciously assign credibility to it, perhaps because we secretly believe this to be true about ourselves, but do not dare to admit to this out of fear of losing control over the situation.

    As my alias propounds, i passionately encourage you (Nate and anyone else who feels addressed by the subject) to commit your self to some dearly needed introspection whenever someone strikes a snare that resonates your instrument.
    Whenever this occurs, it is usually sign of an unprocessed emotional wound suppressed within the unconscious.

    And i can relate, Nate, i once was extremely sensitive for negative feedback as well, because i wasn’t secure in my self and longed for approval which unfortunately comes with the inevitable counterweight of disapproval as well; equally or perhaps more forceful to the touch.

    With your astute mind, Nate, i think that, if you would commit your self to a brief yet thorough reconsideration of your statement, you would soon realize that the idea which implies that disagreeable commentators are unquestionably possessed by evil spirits, else how could they air the things they say(?), is an unjust accusation, and even if true metaphorically, a wild exaggeration.

    Ask your self ”what sort of feelings ‘n insecurities are holding me back to begin with?”.
    You’ll find yourself extra sensitive, hence extra self-protective, when sensing your self to be naked in the spotlight, being the centerpiece of all the world’s hate, yet in the end, or in the beginning, if you eradicate the thorn in your eye….your vision will become clear.

    Comes close to that Bible verse, i reckon.
    Something like, ”How dare you point out the thorn in another’s eye if you cannot see the ‘stump’ in your own, you hypocrite!”
    Something like that.

    On this topic i’ve much to say, as usual it seems, yet let me close off with this:
    How would you feel if somebody who felt offended by some of the things you say on your show, shut a blind eye to the worth of your messages by convincing her self you’d have to be under evil influence in order to come up with those sayings which so painfully destabilize her worldview?
    (hypothetically speaking, of course, (and feminine subject for a change))

    I’d think you’d be quick to denounce this person as yet another mindless bot, wouldn’t you?

    Beware, for the motive to overly harshly condemn others usually stems from a guilt complex own to your self, and an inability to reconcile dislikable personal traits reflected by those that subliminally trigger our feelings of inferiority and incapacity, so what do we do?
    we bounce off the ball, richochet the bullet.

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    • October 1, 2016 at 4:16 pm
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      Nathan originally argued that it was Internet bots that led him to disable YT comments. Now that he’s seeing the occasional critical comment on his web site (which cannot be from bots) it seems he finds it necessary to denigrate those people as evil trolls.

      While Nathan has seen a healthy rise in subscriber numbers it’s my opinion that he would have seen far greater success if he had continued to allow comments on YT. There are vast numbers of people who consider it a waste of time to view videos or subscribe to YTers who they perceive as lacking the courage of their convictions by disabling comments.

      Now that he has a healthy subscriber base, amongst them many staunch supporters, I personally feel his YT comment section would largely moderate itself.

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      • October 2, 2016 at 4:02 am
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        I agree that he’s unjustly included rather harmless people with slightly offputting opinions into a massive generalization, yet i do rememeber seeing a video breakdown of Nate’s take on the signs of bot activity and seeing some truth to it, so i definitely understood his motives.

        That being said, it’s unfair to place every abrasively dissenting voice in that category, without giving it much thought or consideration.

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  • October 1, 2016 at 1:07 am
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    Having Jay on is a good juxtaposition and its a cute interaction,stay fearless thats the battle .Ps i found you through Math Powerland sharing your vid on facebook,you and Math are cutting edge ,thanks and appreciated.

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    • October 1, 2016 at 1:34 pm
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      Really? Math Powerland? That’s pretty cool because when I make my math videos I always figure I’m doing them for my own amusement and that hardly anybody will see them. If you get this reply, can you send me a link?

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      • October 1, 2016 at 2:43 pm
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        Nathan, not sure if your reply was meant to be humorous. Math Powerland is a leading Flat Earther but you probably knew that already.

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        • October 2, 2016 at 10:45 am
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          Oh that’s funny. No, I don’t know who that is. I don’t watch many flat earth videos, so I don’t know the scene too well. It’s still cool that people I don’t know are talking about me. I’m glad you came over.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 9:52 pm
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    Wow! I had to read LeRoy Browns comment a couple times. Very interesting and thought provoking. Thank you.

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    • October 1, 2016 at 3:53 pm
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      And thank you for your astuteness in the acknowledgement of such.
      Every so often, ideas and the wording of ideas just seem to fall into place.
      Alas, I suspect that the shedding of light on these such topics is seen as inconvenient by LTV: a service of awkward exposure, contradictory to those who may find themselves far too busy with ‘alternate’ interests — those not in line with the topics involved in The Great Work, as commanded of ALL of we lightbearers… Strong as we are, we are few in number compared to the ignorant; the Unbegun.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 9:20 pm
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    hi Nathan, I don’t like your show as much with Jay on it. I really liked you when you were on your own. Jay is not on the same level as you. It is obvious that you have a crush on her but her views are not even similar to yours. The controversy is not very enjoyable to watch.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 9:07 pm
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    The link you provide in from YouTube doesn’t work. You’ve doubled up on the domain name.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 2:11 pm
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    Very good show…hope people stick with it as you had many good insights about the ‘matrix.’ Your video yesterday showing the shooting hoax also a VERY good piece of work. Had my doubts about you in the beginning, took a break, and came back the last week or so and you seem to be hitting the most important points: Syria, manipulations in media, the ‘markets’, etc. Thanks…

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  • September 30, 2016 at 12:10 pm
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    Great show. I am glad I had the time to watch it all. I feel the need to pass along this video. I think some serious survival preparation needs to happen – for everyone. Either stay bugged in with the beast matrix or we gotta bug out somewhere and practice being invisible once the SHTF time arises.

    https://youtu.be/0U29JW3hGIs

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  • September 30, 2016 at 10:47 am
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    The beginning of the show with the hole in the wall made me LOL.

    You two make a good team.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 10:42 am
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    Perchance tangibly, professedly, right; unusually and peculiarly aberrant, voiced connotations of unexceptional ideological recalcitrance.

    What better or more satisfying an employ of the thesaurus than to paint a mind with as accurate a description as warranted, regarding your curiously-subjective views on the attrocites being committed in Syria! For shame, first of all, for the stench of M.O. fills my intuitive olfactory junctions with electrons at the charge of your sourcing of curiously biased pictorials to represent an idea (in distasteful obstinance,) stemming from your repudiation of a number of ‘party-crashing’ events occurring to people just like you and I:

    The bombed out carcasses of structures are what is left of where people lived, having escaped your country’s proxy-army munitions, or got maimed by your country’s proxy-army munitions, or got lucky and were killed by your country’s proxy-army munitions. Notwithstanding, many other amerikan opportunists got to play in this game of destruction, what with the damage caused by flying munitions manufactured, and supplied by Hughes Aircraft and like amerikan electronic murdering devices. But the Single, greatest and most efficient weapon used in Syria against beautiful people JUST like you and, but who speak different languages: the consent of their murder as a function of the complete and deafening silence of american citizens.

    Now, and not unwholly like Libya, Syria too, was an intelligently-planned and constructed, modern, street-lit, bountiful, beautiful place with colourful cities and colourful, loving people. Alas, not unwholly like Libya, that standard of living was “interrupted” as a function of ‘foreign policy,’ when amerika’s democracies started to stink up the streets with death and conjecture — based upon much the same aforementioned false ideals I touched upon with you, Nathan, in an earlier paragraph.

    If you want real proof of a Syrian war, yt “tanks with go-pros” or “TOW missile compilations.” And if you still have ice over your heart for all the clean-clothed men and women just walking around the streets of their bombed out cities – where their apartments once stood just yesterday; searching for one familiar-looking object or person covered in cement dust; dodging twisted rebar and smelling that rotton corpse that you don’t know where its coming from…

    If, after watching video-documentated proof you still feel that such destruction isn’t representative of what war in a city resembles, then… Carry on – and don’t forget that Churchill V-luminati hand-flash at the end!

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    • October 2, 2016 at 5:40 am
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      Masterfully written, although here and there i feel like your points could’ve been delivered with greater ease to digest for the common reader, as even i, who adore verbal extravagance, struggled with comprehending the essence of a few of your sentences, which, no matter how justified and dignified your predilection for employing a fantastically embellished vernacular, is something i reckon you should want to avoid in the aim of landing your points, hitting your shots, reaching your targets.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 7:09 am
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    Loving your work.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 6:04 am
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    Jay could you expand on your description of “they made me change it” concerning your original op ed piece that you did on Hillary for Vice? I don’t understand this statement! I mean really, do you guys understand free speech? Its an op ed piece-its YOUR opinion. I just don’t get how this is all ok with everyone! Look at what is going on here as well:
    Dr. Drew gets fired for talking about Hillary’s health
    David Seaman gets booted from the Huffington Post for disparaging Hillary
    LTV apparently gets screwed on a regular basis by Google
    Mainstream media doesn’t cover a wide range of Hillary’s corruption.
    Jay you are an intelligent, trained journalist–so when they tell you to change it you politely say, “Ah, no” or “Fuck you.” Whichever you prefer!
    I never once had an editor tell me to change an op ed piece, and LTV and everyone else apparently just accepts this as standard practice. You kids (Im 52) are the last line to save free speech, so do it. Sad that you don’t realize how important and crazy this is.
    On a lighter note let’s look at your shows numbers just for fun:
    # of Doshi interruptions: 1
    # of times Jay to remind Nathan what he was talking about: 3
    # of times Jay laughed about something: Too many to count and thank God cause we need it and love it!
    Peace, love, and cheers

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  • September 30, 2016 at 5:20 am
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    Way to go, Jay! I admire your fearlessness!

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  • September 30, 2016 at 4:16 am
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    You and your dummies!

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  • September 30, 2016 at 4:07 am
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    45:25, Jay fucking nailed it! props!

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  • September 30, 2016 at 12:22 am
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    Prefer your original format. One hour forty minutes way too long so I shall give it a miss. Sorry about that. Just thought I would give you my opinion as a ‘regular’. BUT I shall applaud your efforts non the less.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2f6AOVoSfwM
    Robot for President….. that’s a first.

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  • September 30, 2016 at 12:09 am
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    Everyone of you who uses the internet to TALK about things instead of actually DOING something are guilty of the perpetuation of the cycle of inactivity required to continue the sailing of the slaveship.
    Do you not understand what is happening?
    The easiest thing for those in power is to let everyone sit and pontificate on their keyboards from the safety and security of the four walls of your cell while you believe you are setting yourself free. Why dont you open the door make an escape take to the streets instead. The revolution is being televised by you only its not a revolution just a perpetuation you are all collaborators and you dont even know it.
    Thousands upon thousands of people talking about waking up, standing up and starting a revolution makes me laugh. Why not you make another comment, talk some more, produce another video about it. Ask yourself what people did before the internet oh they actually did something.
    Do you really think the internet is a tool for you to use, please, you are ones being used. All these internet warriors should be ashamed when was the last time you took to the streets stood in front of authority and actually challenged them. I do not need an answer because i already know.
    Keep talking the good fight my friends because it is only your own egos that benefit as another day passes by
    Ps if any of you get upset by these remarks please dont respond take that anger get up turn off your computer and DO SOMETHING with it

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    • October 1, 2016 at 12:51 am
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      You are certainly doing a lot of talking for someone who doesn’t believe in talking LOL.

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    • October 1, 2016 at 11:24 am
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      You hit the nail on the head, of an all-pervasive issue i am so guilty of my self as well.

      Most of us are.
      ___________

      And Doug, with all due respect, that is just a lame attempt at rebuking her perfectly correct point.

      That comment was straight to the point, concise and precisely reflecting the kind of energy required for doing the task (s)he so ardently advocates for.

      Perhaps you felt offended because it seemed her point overly harshly criticized the lack of action you undertake on a daily basis in accordance with the principles you hold up high?

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  • September 29, 2016 at 10:59 pm
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    The syrian men with the babies should have dust on their pants, no doubt.

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  • September 29, 2016 at 10:43 pm
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    It’s easier to use people that already work for them. And it keeps us busy, again.

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