Joe Rogan Experience
Loving every minute of this discussion..!
I always wonder if anyone gets as big/popular as Joe Rogan w/o "being in the club"?
Used to listen to him religiously, but stopped when I realized he was kind of a fraud--a Leftist pretending to be a Centrist who has always been fairly hostile to libertarian/Right-wing perspectives.
He & his "Intellectual Dark Web" are gate-keepers who shouldn't be fully trusted.
enjoypolo wrote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRCzZp1J0v0
This latest JRE episode with Bret Weinstein is bomb-astic! This THC-grade dive into the arcane world of institutional rot and corruption: from the BLM marxist mobs taking over America and other countries, to the Covid epidemic and the way it was (mis)handled, including his take on the lockdown.
What I appreciate about Bret is that he’s an academic/scientist and a provocative thinker (a rare breed these days). Not only is he an evolutionary biologist who specifically worked with bats, but his whistleblower-moment came from his research on mice telomeres that pointed out the fact that mice experiments have omitted a foundational assumption that was taken for granted, and thus would invalidate a substantial amount, if not most, animal drug trial that end up being used on humans. Great stuff!
And he arrived at this from a rather naive and honest inquiry, but which visibly upsetted the proverbial apple-cart of big pharma—and the corrupt medical scientific establishment—which it bribes. Bret is a disillusioned renegade and a courageous soul, and to see him speak his story on JRE, especially in these times, gives me
a big smile 🙂
Oh and did I mentioned his pretty awesome tentative solution to save the USA ship ahead of its undoubtedly disastrous election cycle? I won’t spoil it, but it’s quite ingenious.
there’s never been a time where chaos magick would be so exciting and be so full of potential! Peace 😉
What position do the Weinstein brothers take on the unbelievably racist/brutal apartheid state of Israel?
In my experience, Jews tend to be for 'inclusivity' (i.e., open-borders & racial replacement) when it comes to Western nations but for strict maintenance of the Jewish identity of Israel.
Only 30 mins in: Kanye mentions Nikola Tesla as an inspiration. My curiosity is aroused..!
I really enjoyed this episode, giving a deeper dive in Kanye's mind than ever before. After hearing him out for almost 3-hrs, I'd say he'd be a good fit for THC, and a heck of a better candidate than the what's being sold to the public now..!:cool: Time will tell
Great follow-up with none other than Tim Dillon and Alex Jones!:rolleyes::cool:
Joe Rogan officially made the move to Spotify, so you have to listen/watch through Spotify.
The latest guest is none other than Jacque Vallée et James Fox. Suffice to say, I can't wait to check this one out! Joe going full THC it seems 😎
Joe's latest guest is a real treat. He's none other than Robert Bigelow, the billionaire space magnate. I'm still halfway through, and all I can say is, Joe has a lot to catch up from Greg;)
Hal Puthoff (or Russel Targ) on JRE may be the next big breakthrough for the masses
Latest episode of JRE with Rick Doblin, founder and executive director of MAPS (Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies) describing the recent advances with MDMA-assisted therapy for PTSD patients, including on veterans and police officers. Wonderful to see the growth and mainstreaming of this kind of research.
Another great episode with two of my favourite journos from the US: Saagar Enjeti & Krystal Ball, formerly hosts of The Rising on The Hill. Now that they've started their on show, it's on! The synergy between them two is refreshing to see. I love Saagar's energy too, he sees thru the bullshit and would even make a great guest on THC I'm sure.
You can find their new show called Breaking Points on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDRIjKy6eZOvKtOELtTdeUA
It was hard not to fight tears on more than a few occasions on this one, a powerful episode about ex-North Korean defector Yeonmi Park's story. The reminders about the parallels between the "woke" cult found across many liberal castes and the unapologetically totalitarian regime of NK. Same tactics, more a matter of degree.
A poignant anecdote was when she told how in NK when you are accused of being a traitor, they point to your ambition and individualistic tendencies.
They also get in to her first-hand experience with wokeness dystopia in Columbia, only a few years after she managed to escape.
She is a brave, and inspiring soul and after an episode like this one, you come out the other end a human being.
Joe's episode with Maajid Nawaz was the highlight of last week. The second half went pretty deep into THC territory, the Klaus Schwab agenda seems to have sunken to Joe's mind this time. I'm reading Maajid's book, Radical and it's good stuff, his background growing in Essex, UK and becoming involved with Islamism and the whole Hero's journey archetype.
Of course, Covid's pretty much passé now that the same epidemiologists have turned into foreign politics experts warmongering for WW3.. 😪