UnSpun 041 – Jan Irvin & Steve Outrim: “Making Sense of the Non-Census”


Aired September 27-28, 2016. Joe Atwill is off for the night, and Jan Irvin and Steve Outtrim discuss the absurdity of the Black Rock City Census.

Steve's article on this subject: https://burners.me/2016/10/02/making-sense-of-the-non-census/

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  14 comments for “UnSpun 041 – Jan Irvin & Steve Outrim: “Making Sense of the Non-Census”

  1. Marcus Aurellius
    October 5, 2016 at 8:18 am

    Jan, love your work but please keep the dietary advice for yourself, you sound like a complete fool. Clogging up your arteries and die from stuffing your face with butter isn’t going to solve mankind issues. Don’t you see it’s the exact opposite of what you’re trying to achieve health wise ? I suggest you apply reason and logic instead of mindlessly believing the fallacies of cholesterol deniers.

    • Mike Foley
      October 5, 2016 at 10:21 am

      Marcus, Maybe you are confusing butter with margerine. Butter is brain food. So is fat. We thrive on fatty foods. I am 71 and my arteries are clean. In support of Jan I have listened to every broadcast and some of his most beneficial shows have been about food. That wheat belly interview is especially important. Jan covers a lot of topics.

      As you learn more about the NWO you will realise that food has been and is one of their most potent weapons.

      • Marcus Aurellius
        October 7, 2016 at 12:22 pm

        The mammalian brain depends on glucose as its main source of energy, not on fat. In the adult brain, neurons have the highest energy demand requiring continuous delivery of glucose from blood.
        So following your logic, butter is an anti NWO food right ? Your example is just anecdotal evidence, you have to look at the big pictures and at statistics. Meta-studies are available online for anyone to read and make its own mind. Study how the tobacco industry had legions of scientists backing them up at the time, they were all corrupt.

        • p k
          October 11, 2016 at 8:40 pm

          Marcus Aurellius, you seem somewhat sincere about disagreeing with “cholesteral denialists”. i will assume you’re genuinely worried about the public being misinformed, getting doublebinded, and that you have not yet exposed yourself to the bulletproof exec sales pitch/wheat belly/weston price/sally fallon info circles. because i suspect your intentions are good, i won’t disagree with you explicitly, i just wish to the following information to consider:

          insulin insensitivity is becoming an epidemic in obese populations, worldwide, when it becomes symptomatic it’s also known as type 1, type 2, and type 3 diabetes. Alzheimer’s disease is also known as type 3 diabetes: it is associated with insulin insensitivity of the brain… http://blog.designsforhealth.com/blog/alzheimers-disease-type-3-diabetes

          ” One of the earliest and most profound observable biochemical changes in the AD brain is a reduction in the rate at which the brain uses glucose, called the cerebral metabolic rate of glucose (CMRglu). This can be measured in vivo, with AD patients showing upwards of 45% reduction in CMRglu compared to healthy, age-matched controls. Some researchers see this decline in glucose usage by the brain as the predominant abnormality in AD.”

          see also: http://blog.designsforhealth.com/blog/the-insulin/dopamine-connection

          see also: “Inactivation of the insulin receptor somewhat mimics insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is not limited to the periphery; it occurs in the brain, as well. Brain insulin resistance alters dopamine turnover, induces anxiety and depressive behavior in insulin receptor knockout (NIRKO) mice. NIRKO mice also have increased levels of monoamine oxidase, leading to increased dopamine turnover. When treated with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), commonly prescribed as antidepressants, the behavioral changes are reversible. Researchers believe the effects of insulin resistance on brain mitochondrial function may explain, at least in part, the noted association between type-2 diabetes and other insulin resistant states, and mood disorders.

          The influence of insulin on the brain’s reward circuitry could explain the tendency for people to reach for carbohydrate-dense foods when they’re feeling low. It may even play a role in food addiction and/or binge eating disorder; just as with “comfort foods,” it is more common for people to be unable to moderate their intake of sweet and starchy foods than foods higher in protein and fat, such as steak or pork chops. Insulin acutely raises dopamine levels, but brain insulin resistance short-circuits this process, which may cause people to consume more and more food in order to feel the rewarding effects, similar to developing a tolerance to caffeine or narcotics, where, over time, higher and higher doses are needed to evoke the same effect.”

          the insulin receptor is being raped by the processed standard american diet. recommendations to up the complex carb intake, i have been trying to follow like a double edged blade, being conservative about the chia seed intake, etc.

          beating your insulin receptors into submission is the new “natural aging process”. modern firstworld aging: an inflammatory insulin insensitivity HABIT, which ties into cardiovascular disease lifestyles… trying to stimulate insensitive insulin receptors is the new addictive habit for combatting anxiety now that alcoholism is becoming less socially acceptable. long live teonanacatl

        • jtree spirit
          October 12, 2016 at 12:52 am

          Your example is just anecdotal evidence, you have to look at the big pictures and at statistics. Meta-studies are available online for anyone to read and make its own mind. Study how the FOOD/HEALTH industry had legions of scientists backing them up at the time, they were all corrupt.

          let’s see some grammar or kick rocks!

    • jtree spirit
      October 12, 2016 at 12:06 am

      How about you provide us with a fact so we can have a conversation rather than just bitch at Jan that hes wrong. You look like the fool to me when you drop in here and say Jan is wrong and he doesn’t use reason or logic. Then you fail to include any reason or logic in your statement. Your the one who looks mindless to me.

    • marie
      October 20, 2016 at 3:04 pm

      Jan, has good advice on food. Take your pick… pick your own diet. But the ones pushed on us by big govt’ is surely bad.

  2. Pamela Seley
    October 8, 2016 at 2:02 am

    I’m so glad I ate a 10-oz steak and a side of sweet potato drizzled with 1/4 lb pastured butter before watching this episode. Seriously, I would not have the patience to fill out this ridiculous census form. One way people in power obfuscate and gas light is to throw questions and serious-looking forms with nonsensical questions that require mental pretzel gymnastics at people to confuse them. I think you are spot on this is to instill doubt and gender-bend. I witnessed and experienced this very method as far back as the early 90s by Satanists and CIA plants in my environment. I am 100% convinced burning man is CIA and Satanic.

    As an aside to Marcus Aurellius, yes, indeed, the good butter, not margarine or butter made from low-fat milk, is an anti-NWO food. The ominous they don’t want us to have it because it is a healthy food — they revel in the fact that most of the population is addicted to wheat, which is the most destructive food to brain and heart health there is.

    • Marcus Aurellius
      October 11, 2016 at 10:18 am

      Do you have opinions of your own sometimes ?
      Whole wheat is actually very beneficial, you should spend more time in pubmed.

  3. RogerArno
    October 8, 2016 at 3:19 am

    No need to look at statistics and studies to see if fat is good or bad. Your body will tell you.

  4. marie
    October 20, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    Steve O… how is the Why Spy article proving Barlow is CIA? I just read it. You guys are making big accusations, can we get some real detail. Terence McKenna blabbing he was on the lam… you know that Esalen video… is proof enough in regards to him. But Barlow? Garcia? I’m still not seeing the proof. Guilt by association is NOT cool.
    1. Has anyone come up with readable (no black out marker) FOIAs on Garcia? This is a fair question, you all have more time, I’ve made donations to this show, please get this for us – if it exists.

    BTW-Weir just scheduled a benefit concert for Barlow. He wants us to pay for his friend’s health bills. That is beyond tacky!

    • October 22, 2016 at 1:11 pm

      Yeah, hanging out at Langley… bragging about it when the title “Why Spy” says it all. You did get that, right? Why Spy…

    • Negen Tropic
      October 23, 2016 at 10:16 pm

      And since when is FOIA information written in stone and unfakable? Any of that crap can be faked in the original documents to lead you astray with the blacked out marker parts left in to bait and sucker you better into their games). Therefore, the very first thing before any document or image can even remotely be taken as valid “evidence” of anything, would be full, detailed and complete authentication of the document or image. Anyone who uses a document or image that has not been fully authenticated as a foundation of their theories or chain of logic, is not a real researcher, but a clown and a pretentious fraud spreading disinformation, direct agent or useful idiot/ego, the result being the same.

      “The individual’s adherence to his group is ‘conscious’ because he is aware of it and recognizes it, but it is ultimately involuntary because he is trapped in a dialectic and in a group that leads him unfailingly to his adherence. His adherence is also ‘intellectual’ because he can express his conviction clearly and logically, but it is not genuine because the information, the data, the reasoning, that have led him to adherence to the group were themselves deliberately falsified in order to lead him there.” ~ Jacques Ellul – “Propaganda, The Formation of Men’s Attitudes”

      • October 24, 2016 at 1:31 pm

        We cross check the contents of the FOIAs via other sources, and we’ve discussed the fake FOIA that the CIA sent recently on Tim Leary.

        I think you’ll appreciate the trivium method, as it’s exactly this quote you provide.

        “but it is not genuine because the information, the data, the reasoning, that have led him to adherence to the group were themselves deliberately falsified in order to lead him there.”

        The trivium corrects the fallacies in our minds and forces us to go back to the data and verify our opinions. http://www.triviumeducation.com

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