Fakeologist.com doesn’t love back

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One would think that listening to 5 hours of talk about you and your website would be the ultimate thrill.

Sadly,  this audio was not.  Between the nervous laughter and moaning and groaning,  with the odd mashup of my shows’ past clips made into deceitful phrases, it was not a pleasant experience for me.

It’s always a risk that people you help may come back to bite you.  That’s why I don’t invest emotion into those I  choose to help out via this site.  I encourage all to stay independent and I try and provide tools I use to create this site and how to use them.

I enjoyed many off air calls with Banazir.  I offered many private insights and much personal assistance on top of what listeners heard on the air. Banazir is a smart fakeologist and an asset to this site. I’ve enjoyed our acquaintance.

My main takeaway from this audio (db21) is that I cannot be trusted.  I accept that.  I encourage scepticism, as it is the crux of media research. If I portray my research and site in a way that is shill like to you,  then you should move on (and many have). You can even start your own site, since that can give you the opportunity to shape it in your own vision. The Internet is made for that.

Dustban and fakeologist.com will therefore take their own paths from this point forward.  They are always welcome to contribute here,  but it seems wise to remain free from distraction and infighting for the greater good of media hoax research. I’ll audiochat or raw call with them anytime if they wish,  but I hardly want to focus my energy on defending my position on past perceived slights.

I wish both of them well in their journey.

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John le Bon
John le Bon(@john-le-bon)
3 years ago

Neither of the audio embeds/links seem to be working.

Nothing urgent but if Ab (or anybody else) could repost/relink the audios this would be very useful for me.

Cheers.

Xileffilex
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Xileffilex(@xileffilex)
3 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

He’s not looking very hard. Poor show.

John le Bon
John le Bon(@john-le-bon)
3 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Fair enough chief, thanks for the swift response all the same.

Gwynned
Gwynned(@gwynned)
7 years ago

Love you too, Peter.

Phonycapitalism
Phonycapitalism(@phonycapitalism)
7 years ago

Here’s a summary I prepared of the entire show, and I’m posting as per Ab’s request. 5m – ab saying he’s not convinced that psyopticon was using voice morphing 8m – they finally start talking 14m – said there’s hardly any audios now at fakeologist.com 15m – said the response they got over the psyopticon thing was weird shocked at ab taking psyopticon’s side 17m – said one excuse after the other for psyopticon not using voice morphing 18m – said it’s hit him deeply, personally 21m – laughed about ab papering over things, asking when they are coming back… Read more »

Simonshack
Simonshack(@simonshack)
7 years ago

With the various posts here by Blue Moon, UNreal, Ab and Columjaddica ALL being thumbed-down about 35 times, it is more than obvious that a crass, concerted attempt is currently underway to try and sabotage this site. Pretty damn childish antics, really – but that’s all they’ve got, it seems. Funnily enough, such lame ‘attacks’ (which I’m all-too-familiar with – Cluesforum having, well, seen it all before…) only go to show that ‘they’ are truly concerned about discussion sites such as ours. As it is, we should all feel pleased and ‘honored’ to arouse such attention from the scumbags of… Read more »

PeterShea
PeterShea(@petershea)
7 years ago
Reply to  Simonshack

simon. much respect. to the satisfaction of all, answer banazir’s question please. how can you copyright as of 1999 the ‘weatherman’ song and video and feature at the same time within the video a time magazine publication dated april 2000? no bullshit please simon. dusty and banazir; you are of course justified in your concerns, but all only serves to show just how deep a whole within a hole we have indeed found ourselves. for me, all’s well that ends well, my dear friends. all is still looking good. love you maggie. love is all around. in spite of everything.… Read more »

PeterShea
PeterShea(@petershea)
7 years ago
Reply to  PeterShea

and I guess on reflection pcake is meant to mean pee cake – one of those deodorant thingys to be found in your-eye-nils. good one evil! piss off mate!

Aralsea
Aralsea(@aralsea)
7 years ago
Reply to  PeterShea

Hi Peter: OK if you read his Youtube caption carefully Published on May 15, 2012 “Weatherchange” is all about the silly, fearmongering, corporate hoax that goes by the name of “global warming”. It’s an old song and video which was recorded and filmed in my house (& home recording studio) with a bunch of friends back in 2000 (the song was recorded in 1999). This was well before I formed my band The Social Service… etc etc… Yes the first frame of the video states the song was recorded and filmed in 1999. However, in the caption below, Simon states… Read more »

Simonshack
Simonshack(@simonshack)
7 years ago
Reply to  PeterShea

Pshea, Why don’t you just read the video description? www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8WxIq… “”Weatherchange” is all about the silly, fearmongering, corporate hoax that goes by the name of “global warming”. It’s an old song and video which was recorded and filmed in my house (& home recording studio) with a bunch of friends back in 2000 (the song was recorded in 1999). ” “No bullshit, please?” – say you? Well, Pshea – the only bullshit odor I smell here emanates from the various clowns who are making a BIG SILLY DEAL about me typing “1999” instead of “2000” in the intro credits to… Read more »

Elsushidelamancha
Elsushidelamancha(@elsushidelamancha)
7 years ago
Reply to  Simonshack

Thanks for re-clarifying these never ending non sensical “issues” dear Simon

Carole Thomas
Carole Thomas(@carole-thomas)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Thumbs up to all Fakeologists and here’s hoping we can continue without all these distractions. None of us really “know” each other. all we can go on is our gut feelings and the quality of the research. It seems to me that Simon, Ab, Jan, Tom, Hoi, K, smj, Unreal, Blue Moon and too many to mention have proven themselves on both counts. I hope Dustban and Johnny Clues will be discriminating in their further adventures. Not everyone has Chris Kendall’s sovereign sense of autonomy.

Simonshack
Simonshack(@simonshack)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

I guess Karl Marx got at least one thing right … “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.” quotes.dictionary.com/history_… In this particular case, it was indeed a bit of a ‘tragedy’ that (some years back) Markus Allen managed to hoodwink two smart, tireless & prolific young Canadian researchers such as Lord Tsukasa and SparkOfLife. Whereas today, as ‘history repeats itself’, it is a bit of a farce that Markus Allen has managed to hoodwink two mere (former) Canadian cheerleaders who have – as far as I can tell – produced little or no actual / substantial research at… Read more »

Columjaddica
Columjaddica(@columjaddica)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

I started out unsure about this whole thing, but not willing to just abandon AB over a plain old disruption shill. Also I didn’t really understand what had happened. After listening to the show a few times I agree that psyopticon wasn’t handled properly but I can’t just throw out a hundred mostly good radio shows over one thing. It really seems like the way things went down this was probably exactly what psyopticon was aiming for. He’s apparently very good at what he does The whole 1999 Simon Shack video controversy is just kind of stupid. I just don’t… Read more »

Banazir Galbasi
Banazir Galbasi(@banazir-galbasi)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Nearly five hours of audio dedicated to several problems and the smallest (but apparently the most interesting) topic of 1999/2000 music video is all that gets discussed. Need I say more? Someone (Pierce Scrim) mentioned that the them of this episode was “(What is the reason) you just never get an answer”. Thanks for answering but one of the concerns. But why if his written response came long before we asked the question to Simon last December or so, didn’t he just say so then? The point is many people are vague with responses. A small insignificant detail though it… Read more »

Simonshack
Simonshack(@simonshack)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Banazir, I listened to about half of your nearly five hour show. It all sounded as a full-fledged dissing of Fakeologist.com and Cluesforum.info. Pretty surreal stuff, if you ask me. Why don’t you just submit all of the specific questions you have about me and my research right here? I’ll be glad to answer them. Alternatively, you can call me on Skype – and, if you’re a honest guy, I’m absolutely sure that we can work this out. You already know my skype username – “simon.shack”. Call me whenever you see me online on Skype – and I’ll be glad… Read more »

Elsushidelamancha
Elsushidelamancha(@elsushidelamancha)
7 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

In response to the last Banazir’s comment following Simon’s last statement. “Call me whenever you see me online on Skype – and I’ll be glad to answer all of your questions. In fact, I wonder why neither you or Dusty have never called me for all of this time.” Read more: fakeologist.com/2014/10/07/fak… That would definitely be the very first thing to do in the first place, Benazir and Dusty. Claiming that Simon is allegedly avoiding your very specific questions tends to show your eagerness to make this thing spin over and over again in order to confuse everyone…but there’s no… Read more »