“My dick’s so fucking tiny I piss my pants every time I go to the loo.”
Jahans talks about how he relates to the character of Ziggy from the Wire, the downsides of being a NEET, how his morals prevent him from being successful, why he no longer cares about being right, climate change, vat-grown meat and other technological solution to man’s problems, how he has to wait at least two months to see a doctor about his medical problems, his rhinitis, his family troubles, being accused of emotional manipulation, suicide, and the advice a fan gave him to act more autistic to attract viewers.
Jahans fails his own 565ClimateChange challenge and spends around nineteen minutes explaining why. Afterwards, he challenges his friends and his sister to succeed were he failed. The rest of the video is about women’s periods, how they’re rarely mentioned in fiction, and why the topic shouldn’t be taboo.
I believe this is the Metro article Jahans mentions in the video: https://metro.co.uk/2015/03/14/my-period-makes-me-crazy-but-im-not-meant-to-talk-about-it-5098656
Jahans discusses ways to combat climate change. In an attempt to raise awareness, he forms Facebook group, a hastag (#256climatechange), and creates an Internet challenge were participants swear off the personal use of lights (just lights, not electricity in general) and Internet for a week.
And, of course, there’s talk about the coming post-scarcity future.
“Survival of the fittest is survival of the biggest dick”
This video is mostly a rehash of the last video, but there’s some talk about emasculation in fiction, him using writing to vent his anger and negativity, Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and him coming to terms with his medical issues. He mentions that he wrote his will the day the video was shot. He also shows his man-tits at the end of the video.
This is an emotional video. Jahans discusses his fears: his fear of being weak, his fear of being unmanly, his fear that testosterone injections will change who he is. He also talks about how his diagnosis has left him stressed, depressed, and even more ashamed of his body. Apparently, he just realized that his genitals were abnormally small, and it hit him pretty badly. To cope with all this, he’s been stress eating cake. There’s also some talk about the desire for role models, how his desire for a positive, non-violent male role model has recently made Christianity appealing to him, and the typical Jahanic spiel about white privilege.
The day before video was made, he had an ultrasound performed on his testes. This is the appointment mentioned in "Mar 03, 2015 - What a piece of work is a man".
Jahans discusses the changing face of masculinity, his own struggles with his sense of masculinity and depression, capitalism, intellectual property, Internet lynch mobs, how Internet commenters helped him realize there was something medically wrong with him, his desire to travel, his plans for the future, and how he’s “post-materialism”.
He also makes mention of an appointment he has the next day that he’s worried about.
The Russel Brand video Jahans mentions: https://youtu.be/9BqeOub7wKw
The Guardian article: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/mar/01/how-to-be-a-man-in-2015
He likes it because it’s “light and fluffy” and “camp” most of the time. During the last thirteen or so minutes of the video, he discusses a Voyager fan theory where Voyager was deliberately stranded in the Delta Quadrant.
There’s also some discussion about the other Star Trek series and the problems he has with them.
Jahans helps his viewers check their privilege and explains the history of the white patriarchy in Britain. Needless to say, he has an odd view of history, one that seems to be largely be influenced by things he heard listening to pop-history podcasts, left-liberal ideas, personal projection, and Anglocentrism.
Jahans talks about BDSM, why he finds it arousing despite having almost no testosterone in his body (something he recently found out), and why that arousal troubles him to some extent.
Here’s the article Jahans is talking about:
Can a Let’s Play be art? Jahans certainly thinks so.
Jahans talks about writing, feminism in fiction, and the lore of the multiverse.
Jahans reviews a Batman comic for a little under forty-six minutes. He didn’t like it, if you’re curious.
True detective Alexander Jahans begins a five year investigation on the hidden world of elite pedophilia in UK. What will he find? Find out in 2020, or don’t, because nothing ever came of this.
In the same video, from around 11:30 to 17:34, Jahans feels the need to differentiate between pedophiles and child molesters.
Created 6 months ago.
I'm JahansArchive. Not Jahans, just his archivist.
Who, or what, is Jahans? Alexander Gordon Jahans (also known as Gordon Jones, the Farsh-nuke, and Alasdair Jakes) is an autistic bisexual British NEET with Kallmann syndrome, hence the man-tits, best know for his long vlogs, the most famous of which tend to be of a political nature, and fetishistic works of fiction which almost always center around cannibalism, sadism, and the domination of women.
Most of his fiction takes place in the multiverse of the Farsh-nuke: a character who is basically Doctor Who with elements of Hannibal Lector and Jahans himself. The multiverse itself is also heavily inspired by Doctor Who and contains plenty of vore, cannibalism, and other random things Jahans is interested in, like sharks. Basically, the Farsh-nuke and the multiverse are Jahans’s Sonichu and CWCville, but with deeper lore.
More archived material: https://mega.nz/#F!uGonVSbA!ux1b5_0wnKSKUATk5S3Hrw
Jahans's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/farshnuke/videos
Jahans's blog: https://farsh-nuke.blogspot.com/
Jahans's fiction: https://pastebin.com/76Y2CMyj
VIdeo list: https://pastebin.com/Bu5FByaf (If you have any videos not on this list and would be willing to make available for download, please let me know)