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Ep 93 | Why Eric Weinstein Is Finally Talking to Glenn Beck | The Glenn Beck Podcast


Eric Weinstein is not a conservative, but he talks to conservatives because he says, more often, they’re the ones who let him speak his mind without branding him (a Jew) a Nazi. He tells Glenn why, after many requests over the last few years, he finally agreed to this podcast. In the aftermath of the U.S. Capitol riot and President Trump’s second impeachment, Eric and Glenn probe the historical, economic, social, and even scientific reasons for the events of the last week. They also tackle some of the hardest questions our country faces: What do we do about a power-grabbing Big Tech, a dishonest media, Wokistan vs. MAGAstan, and the destruction of American culture? How do we restore civility between the Left and the Right? How do we save the UNITED States of America? In an honest conversation that will stretch your comfort zone, Glenn and Eric show us where to start.

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Today's guest puts the intellectual into the intellectual dark web literally his brother, and he are the ones that actually started in coin that term the intellectual dark web but also because he has a phd in mathematical physics from Harvard he came. but the theory in physics that many people now, compare him to Einstein because of that theory, this upon asked that I have looked forward to for a very long time, literally probably two years he was in a very short list at the very beginning of this podcast, and I've tried to get him and his brother over and over and over again, I continually have received a no that's one of the things I have to ask him right off the bat
You know how I feel about political outlooks and differences in political outlooks. I don't think it's a weakness. I think it's a strength and I think America needs to get back to being able to have a conversation with people who don't agree, We learned so much from each other when we do that you, I think you're gonna, hear and learn and question and disagree or apps really agree? like very few podcast, will push you to. You're gonna learn an awful lot. Today's pod, cast Eric. Why Einstein. Taking our families number one priority, but the law People feel like they can protect with a gun It's too dangerous. I know four years I felt I was not responsible enough. to use a gun. Tell I took the time to really really train. I mean you don't have that time.
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You are part of the original short list of maybe eight ten names that I wanted to talk to and weave always been told. No and I'm wondering why, and why now try to have conversations with people that- we clearly don't agree on an awful lot, but we have some principles in in place that allow us to have decent conversations, why the change? Now two things and appreciate you guys having me over, and it's absolutely true that you have been trying and I have been avoiding now that knowledge- let's just do this- this is my chance Explain it to you so here to answer your question rather has a two part answer. Looking first part is why now, because were trifling with they dissolution of our national culture and our natural national.
Sure, is what animates the country. If we lose the culture, the documents will not save us. Ok, I mean very clear about that. So I have a very strongly strategic perspective, which is that you save things up an emergency while we're there now next point, The real reason that I dont casually Hop on over to talk has to do with this. attitude that's being employed to make sure that we cannot come together, and let me explain the strategy right now. conservative and centre right affiliated media are the only ones who will reach out to talk to their critics, so in fact,
ask me on. I would make the same condition, which is that I get to call Fox a propaganda network and this nation. I love it when you want to call as a conservative writing propaganda network, which is in large measure how I've seen them over the years. Although I do think that they may be changing a bit, then their point. Is there not scared of that the real, problem has to do with the centre left media which still controls, in some sense, the official version of events for the country and at any Affiliated Institute and universities. The party, what have you and their game is very different, so they to talk to me all the time be invited onto the news, our for example, PBS or I would be invited unto NPR. I would be asked to supply information to the New York Times Wash can post that all changed Maybe around eight years ago, and the reason for that.
Is that what they ve done is to make us set you up. Rather, sorry, there's nobody feedback again that the poor, from that we are facing, is that they figured out that if they will all plug their ears and just say Lala and pretend that their critics don't exist. On the left hand, side of the Isle that long perform podcasting doesn't this. If they can ten that everyone who disagrees with them is all right, far right, NEO, Nazi, etc, etc. Then they can avoid the deep critic de criticism that the people on the left and progressives would be levelling at the terrible change. The business model of the Democratic Party is affiliated media and educational institutions, and so every time I go on a conservative programme, as I did with TED crews. I have with great gut held as I had to Karlsson is invited beyond and declined. The key problem is that their counting on the idea that they can say,
only appears on right wing, media Ergo Eric is right wing to a day. We don't have to listen to, but you're, not right wing. Far from it voted republic in there. I point is that it's an active pro and to make sure that Anyone whose invited by right wing media and accepts only right of centre media that person. be portrayed as if they were conservative, but so every time I appear on can normative, affiliated media, because NPR Msnbc Cnn would never dare have me on, because I'm a critic from their side of the Isle. They have the increase stability. To pretend that I am concerned, It is because they can say, while you only appeared, let's say if I did it on Tucker, Karlsson, Fox, bright Bart, daily collar, etc, etc, and so that's why at some level is not
personal to you, it's that I understand their strategy for trying to make sure that they never have to listen to any thing. I have to say and right now it's worth spending. I did the same thing. I mean I tried to reach out to the left for a very long time. You know the left out. it's an instead look. Let's just have a conversation we're not going to agree with each others have a conversation and they weren't in still some of the more but I the balance that too, because it didn't matter audience would be like way. Are you selling out or you are all of a sudden, Ura you're on the left? No, I think we should talk to each other of ours. I don't know when that happened, where we couldn't go our separate ways were well. Let me rephrase sneaking suspicion, it came. at a time- and I dont know when, where we stand,
believing in the bill of rights, because there It is our own em, I believe all men are created equal, they have a right to you know they have a right to speak out. They have a right to a free press. They have a right to religion or no religion. We lost those bill of rights as our core or stone. We cannot agree on anything any more well. I think that I think that that sir in a weird way. True and not true. There is a story here that wins it's way from nineteen forty five into the present, which would be sort of the upgraded seeker history of modern America that I think nobody's really told, which is why everything is falling apart and yet nobody even seems to be looking for the explanation. Of how we moved so quickly into madness on both left and right, and that has
do with economics, geopolitics I've. I think I've been one of the only people I know. Even looking tell a relatively simple story with a through line. I think what you are talking about really happens after strangely, the twenty ten Colorado MID term Senate elections. Which is the latest chapter mean if you think about it? in terms of chapters. I can break it down from you for you, but you know the problem is that isn't a story that I think most people know and instead their content to be subservient. to this story because they don't know it and they are actors in a silk can needs to take us back to wherever you need that. You think this storyline starts explain. The world, how did we get here the central concept that we're going to go through going to be called an ego or embedded growth obligation. So that
the central unifying idea that I have as to why so much has changed so seriously. But in order to get there let's begin very quickly and nineteen forty five and hit the story if we have the space and tell it in nineteen forty five, that the country probably was at its most coherent, we had to win a war government definitely this. Did we were technologically capable? We turned a peacetime army into an incredible fighting force. Then What happened was that we entered a different era where we had incredible growth. It was very consistent, it was technologically lead, it was broadly distributed, and this technologically led growth became an expectation between, I would say, one thousand nine hundred and forty five, and it lasted probably till about one thousand nine hundred and seventy one through seventy. Three,
this period, a guy named Derek to solar price, who is at Yale, wrote an incredible book called signed since Babylon, and gave some lectures in which he pointed out that all technological progress was on an exponential- her if you plotted any indicator science, They can technological progress was moving ahead so that pretty soon every man, woman and child on earth would have to phds in order for the trend to continue any said, therefore, that the trend cannot continue, and I believe that the directive solar price, Breaking of that trend happens in the late sixties, early seventies and their growth pattern of the United States changes. So what happens? If you look median male income, for example, and GDP, per capita therein lockstep from nineteen forty five until about seventy ones through seventy three median income flat lines with continues because of
and how we account for growth and, in effect, Derek to solar, ices prediction. I believe came true. We just didn't understand what the prediction was. We never heard of a guy. We didn't put it together. That meant that for several years in the seventies we were lost, we started exploring ourselves. What was wrong, we impeach Nixon. We had the church and pike committees, we change structure, university, immigration, blah blah blah until Ronald Reagan comes in a nineteen eighty till late, but before we get into the eighties Amish make sure I understand the seventies You said that we didn't really understand: dare I'm sorry what was his last name there? the solar price. Ok, didn't understand his theory, I'd like you to explain what he was saying a little bit clearer and does it does it also? This theory include things like
you know we had the a society which was promised war- and an end to poverty, which led us to the end of the gold standard in the bus, witching with Bretton Woods and promising the world that we'll by their stuff? I mean there was a huge change. Their dual incomes became. You know a thing. We added women into the workforce really for the first time. So there was a huge change here. It is play a role with prices. Where is it This is my contention. I believe, Derek the solar price is somewhat north of things. The change in the gold standard that, if, in fact, we had been growing at an incredible rate, if, in fact things are getting better and better and more. black educated model, let them more technology we could accommodate.
not only women in the workforce, but we ve been lousy on before this, but other other under represented communities. The problems, that there's somebody distractions that nobody is trying to figure out. Why did so much happened between nineteen, seventy one and seventy three? So every time you have a conversation, somebody will say I think it's the pill. I think that you know if the gold standard, I think, of the oil shock. I think that is the next administration forget all about there's a different theory. You haven't heard sorts at least worthy of your time in nineteen sixty eight, for example, we found out that there was poorest structure in every proton a new tried has no industrial applications. We can progressing scientifically, with the ability to plough certain sorts of discoveries back in new technologies, creating new industries eyes, the various things continued from that time. Now too
huge exceptions have been communications and semi conductor technologies. Everything in the world wide web which you and I are speaking to each other continue. There is in isolated things that happened. Maybe fracturing, but in general. The problem is this idea of the embedded growth obligation or ego if you believe that one thousand nine hundred and forty five, two one thousand nine hundred and seventy one, seventy three, is nor all you ve done your organization, with the idea that it would always wrong, and what you do you might like what people very hard at the beginning and promised them career at a future as a reward for their hard work. You didn't understand that if growth ever ran out, that will become a ponzi scheme so where we are now, is that we are in a situation in which Derek. The solar price pointed out that exponentials cannot continue and give technology if this science level
technology and the technology lit economic growth and everything was on an exponential curve, and that was based on some ideas and having plowed the fruits of your labour back into your system. That was always going to change and shit in that change and shift happened and the like, if you, if you subtract off the screens in your room, how can you tell your, not nineteen, seventy one through seventy three? You know very tough for most of us, because most have mostly what happened was that semiconductors communication kept going and the rest of us aside, didn't didn't move to the jets frame that caused this problem, where you have the strain graph, between media mailing come in GDP, where men can no longer expect that their career trajectories? Girls, all less looked back to people from before this time and say, while added added a paper room student loans, which were quickly paid off led to a second home in your twenties, if you dear in your thirty's, if you just war power
I dont know how to do that stuff, I just by first home in my fifties. I think I bought one car, my entire life a Phd from Harvard really broke down in a very serious way, and you know I think what would people don't understand is that this thing happened. You know, maybe a third of economies should be trying to figure out what happened between eighteen, seventy one, seventy three! We should all be talking about direct solar price in the original singularity, in fact nobody seems to know so start this problem, but the egos every organization institution has effectively and embedded growth obligation. How fast does it have to grow in order for it to be keep from becoming sociopath it, because when it becomes a ponzi scheme it will have to be headed by somebody who was willing to lie to new entrants about nature of that scheme. Right now, just elected, for example, seventy eight year old President eight years
older than the oldest president, ever elected, almost commentary from it You know Nancy pillows in fine style was conceived during the Hoover administration, which Macao is not a spring chicken. Whatever? This leadership class in the nineteen forty is an illusion. They are not a leadership class, their peace tranquil, the cracks in the reason, the peace time to talk prosy, is so important because we are high growth country that hit our stall speed and like any plane, you can't keep a thing wing aircraft in the sky? If it's not travelling at an appreciable speed relative to the air mass so that What is the central idea of how we started falling apart? We would a rich family if you will, with his family business, that adult up a tremendous amount of wealth in the family business the engine was sputter. So what am I
rich families do when you have such a situation? The first thing they do is they try to fix the business they try to plough back and, I believe, the probably Ronald Reagan and his coat had this idea that they were going to stimulate the country back into productivity. We ve gone through Watergate, got to the church and Pike Committee hearings we gone through. You know inflation and whip inflation. Now we were very dispirited, navel gazing society that couldn't even get our own hostages back from Iraq. Ronald Reagan came in and with his Jim Cabinet from California filled with certain ideas about supply side Economics, and they tried, I believe, in earnest to read start the american miracle. People like Paul Walker, who you know wrung inflation out of the system. My scaring the living crap out of it played in neither do, I want to say something a little bit. Edgy Christian Meme called dance hall.
You know the ideas you're you're misbehaving now, but when your father gets how border will be restored and Ronald Reagan played right into the idea of daddy's home, and so TAT came in and the red tape when way was not enforcing it. Any trust who started experimenting with all of these different thing. Now, it's very important indicates a meteorite in general, the idealism of every age is the cover story of its thats sufferings, apple, manifest destiny. You can figure out what the idealism of white Man's burden corral about you have landed. Isn't yours now you have an obligation to taking areas. Are idealism was about competitiveness and in part that was about taking from organized labour in order to make sure that managed had the ability to risk the engines of growth and, of course, found out was that all of these techniques didn't we The way I believe earnest supply, sighters expected they would, in the
baby boomers were watching and in particular the Democrats had watched twelve years of republican rule. They were thinking, there's gonna, be a permanent republican situation. in Burma, conservative foolish leadership, and so Bill Clinton, decided to create a second republican Party the Democratic Party shifted away from labour after Petko is destroyed and organise labor was attenuated, and so the idea is that that idealism of competitiveness, it now work its way through following the Berlin Wall and eighty nine. We started a new idea which is sort of the United Colors of Benetton. We are the World Douglas idealism of globalization. You know, in that actively allowed us to break the bonds to our fellow countrymen to attenuate the idea there's a guy like me, sitting in LOS Angeles, is bound to somebody in Eastern. Can talking
out of coal mining background. If I can just free myself of my fellow countrymen, free to move our factories to EAST Asia? Order in fact import our scientific labour force from abroad in order to get the fact of the slave labour paid for by bees is so the same The complete don't actually have to pare on people so that when we start pretending that Americans are bad science and technology when, in fact, I think we have the best educational system in the world and we ve got all sorts of incredibly create people who were not preferred by our system because they're not obedient American, Aren't obedient obedient to train me to get a phd. You think I'm gonna listen to you just because you tell me exactly what to do and I admire your hired hands, calling I'm your fellow citizens, That period goes through and effectively the rich family starts.
democracy, in which the centre left and centre right, kleptocratic started selling off all the wealth of the family, and it becomes a sort of a race. If you will to pocket as much as you possibly can. This goes through up until you know that thousands. We have the dark, combo, the dot com bubbles replaced by a beautiful bubble about housing. Everyone deserves a house in the american dream, but of course, its finance. My nonsense. is called the great moderation by this positive grown ups in the room, and you start to see the key. The next you start to realize that Alan Greenspan goes from being an Oracle to a guy. Just doesn't even get the basics. people like me, two thousand one, two thousand to start talking about words back securities- were left out of the room repeatedly and seem to left by the way super dangerous person have him on your part, cast great friend and watches. What's his name again and, and tell me a little bit about him the same Nicholas to lab.
The same Nicholas Taylor, as a former trader turned author and his basic point has been that the establishment constantly minimizes the risks? The tale risks in favour of looking with generally happens and market right? Really? What in markets is determined by stream of that, since, if you throw out the outliers you throughout the entire story seems points. Is that all of this is understandable and that what we have is a world of financiers who, through financial innovation, that figured out how to get us, the citizens free to act as the insurer in nature simply help themselves held the profit. It is the case with the chill I think this is one of the biggest problems and look I'm I'm not a chemist. educated guy and and in two thousand six. I was looking at the the the leave
the mortgage system and say to my friends who all were on Wall Street in all bankers, and unlike guys, this is not least, and work is going to fall apart. This just doesn't work and they talk to me about all their systems. In all the fail safe, they had everything else and was all gobbledygook and and it failed- and I ideas it, its astounding. To me, we ended up paying for their mistakes, and so we never learn. They never learn from their mistakes, because no one's ever responsible xx, apparently the little guy They didn't make a mistake, anything they made me. I didn't make a mistake: they they had faulty or or greedy desires, they were just wheels. Key were highly it up. Let me explain this very clearly:
I was in a small hedge fund at the time in this it's fun. We decided that we would not look for new prime brokerage and we went over to a G financial products division. Of course, a g was past been ensure right. We blew the distinction and financial assistance. We talk their group, and they told us by massive. They were how they were able to extend services to us and we started asking them questions as before the crash. They told us about how they trashed all of their exposure and that, in order for the thing it hurt we have to go through all these levels and we asked depression. Okay, so what happens? If a cascade, through all those laws and the answer they gave should be known to everyone. and it is this While the goes to all those levels, the more offspring, in other words, we're protected up until the point that becomes everyone's problem and then it's not our problem. We always knew and
You know this is the problem with. This is the reason that I used to be invited to hedge funds. Conferences was, because this is what I was saying you know. Of course, everyone knew this leap would say: whiners Duenna, profiting from internet. Stand? Will you not look at the party or go until it's over Smart people in finance word convinced by the nonsense. It they fed to the public they made a mistake? We made mistake who, under rights, non recourse lungs, no, the public diplomacy with nine Reforest loan. Was So in essence, basically, our finance years take advantage of our financial in we see. Now. I don't know why we not higher the world's best lawyers, the world's best accountants and the world's best financiers. Pay them enormous bonuses to take care of the american people you know effectively wherein there defended by a few
guys with good hearts and even to be attained, by the most sophisticated players for society in the town, take it over and over there. I don't think they made a mistake. I think we made a mistake. We should have created, National safety were in long island from it. Look him away like she hears the problem. I think it is the greed of one group and the willingness to gamble with other people's lives. And leave the power and establishment in the government that no, that they can get elected if they can say everybody who is at this level, you're gonna get a home, you know they can play the Oprah card, you get a home and you get home and you get home even though the math just doesn't work, no He cares now deal with the aftermath later. So it's this is,
the collusion? It's I'm afraid, Orkut guy, we haven't done the free market in. How long, how long We haven't had a free market, its zeal for me, Yes, your precise for some reason. You'll be honest:. I finally live in my own home. it's really my course more ages, another form of Randall My clean person drives a nicer car than I did. if you hadn't push me back into a studio or to have my country back. I go back to a studio by which I think you know there's just you ve written on private plain. Yes,. It's not that rare, it's kind of cool the first Let me do it and it always feels a little. You know, but it just doesn't in this money game
That appeals to me as much as having my country and being able to focus Freeze on the things that I care about. So let me, let me just say this: I'm owned by plain and its games. It's the only thing. Wealth changes is private flight. However, with you I'd We penniless and start over. If we could door, actual accountability, responsibility and freedom. Yes, that's what we win, I wouldn't to think we would do better I think a lot of people that lacking things think that a lot of people are desperate. To feel they succeeded in sight of the american story. So if we can pick up a mean rather I'll, try to finish it out as quickly as I can see from the night is through Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton the idea
some of that age was we are the world in the sort of dollars pluralism of globalization, breaking it, the bonds to your fellow countrymen. Then we have the idealism of their technology, changes everything but the dot com ball. You see the bat collapses than the idealism becomes. Everyone needs a home. like the previous years to concentrate the gains we are holding back in two thousand and eight the world. Financial system falls apart right and then we have the idealism of stimulus in a very dreams, thing happens, two thousand and ten around, which is the Colorado MID term scented elections. and I believe that the Democrats really have a tremendous amount of pain and they have a bright spot in Colorado. And the Obama people say what happened in Colorado. That was different and it turns out that identity politics played a big role in that election. I my story right that point Russell Molly rates. It thousand eleven letter,
to the university is called the dear colleague Letter, the dear colleague Letter put the university system on notice, which is of course beholden to the federal government because effectively it's not they seemingly private system in the private universities that is entirely dependent on the federal government, and it says by the way, people you don't get your stuff in order with respect to title nine and women's rights in the terrible problem of attacks in women on campus etcetera, etcetera you're going to be in a situation which you may not like, because the federal government they withdraw, support so the universities ramble tour, I'm making sure that they are is compliant and they can be responsive to the dear colleague letter, and that starts the chain of events whereby start pumping out people who spent four years cooked up in an indoctrination camp
believing things that have always been present in the university system, but have been relatively small after appreciate an intersection outcomes that have you see, allay, the concept of unexamined privilege comes out of Wellesley Tosh, Kimberly Crenshaw, usually locked professor. These ideas has become supercharged after rustling, ITALY's dear cop, the democratic heart dead in to my wife at the economist, P, Maloney epidemic Parting had to search for the cheapest alternative, to organise labour, and that was organized. They did so swapped organise labour destroyed by Pat going competitiveness in the previous idealism. That was smoking at that and suddenly the Democratic Party, the party identity, because it's the cheapest substitute goodbyes time for the club talks Continued living the country which It is first birthday mega. right and so in essence,
And this is a really important point. I've never said it anywhere else, but I wanted to save it up for you. So, let's see how it goes two twin aspirations, that being a great society and that it would be good society. In the left have centred tends to over focused on be good society in the right hand, over focus on being the great society. By great I mean a massive power. good, I mean a world power. So you have people like the dullest brothers, R, J, EDGAR Hoover, You have a situation which the EU s perfectly well knows how to throw in election. We know how to assassinate leader. We know how to get intelligence, and we know that people are black sites and try to get information out and we know how to run school, the american theirs entire. If our history, a state which is real untrue income from a progressive family. When the United States government used visit you through buys and harassed? It's no jobs
that causes people like me to be treated as if we're paranoid, but what's really going on, is that our biggest the environs of different, if your black or, if you're, what's a extremely progressive you haven't terrible, has Israel pantry, So my country's mistreated, my family, I love is passed. you have to be able to put out the words of your country. This country is not always good, but has been great bravery We are now rifling, with wood, pretending that we're trying to be good through Osborne is tackled locust there and we pretending that were returning to greatness with maggots there Neither of these things are here not to lose being rate in anything good and so now what's going on- is that in the modern era, Post Ruslan Alleys letter you got. All these kids were higher, ordered to generate sales in clicks and adds word legacy, media, which,
The old line thought they could control. This is the idea that you're gonna have a tiger, and at the beginning the tiger is gonna, be at work or a lion cup. You now and then thing stretched along and growing. If you look at the Harpers letter that wasn't it say, hey all of us who hired the strangely, radical, woke products at the university system We, we are now being threatened by our own by our own attack squad We tried to let them loose and everybody else, but we thought they wouldn't turn on. There are those who hire them. Well, guess what we win, we now a problem. We recognise that this is the liberal so now. This is what we have to recover from almost impossible, because none of us can get access to institutional media, which is what the only thing that our institutions have to listen to. They don't listen. You won't listen to the blaze unless we screw up and then take whatever we set wrong and put it in a cycle
but right now the problem is the matter. stand is creating Walker stand. Worker stand is creating maggots there, the its pressures hadn't hands. The two of them drawing each other into existence. The kleptocratic busy, stealing everything that isn't kneel down, tiny number side of the system. as long as they don't really have any effect inside what I call the gilded institutional, narrative or gene. You have no ability to reach the union We can't reach the Universe Phd from Harvard and MIT others that have been funded by the slow, and it is absolutely imports for trainees. If I'm insane or I'm incomplete. Patsy with making were certainly let us help desk this thing is covered the disk. The disputed ideas. Suppression
right now- there are crazy ideas that may be dangerous, and I understand that we always had adjustments to free speech, but there are also ideas, unifying ideas, ideas that bring us back from the brink. the system is, is worried about going over the edge of the brain, because that will generate clicks and sail Much more word: unification is much more worried by thanking speak to go in there. And that you- and I can just a million things- and we can say I love you care about you. Start country, it's us and right We have to free ourselves from institutional media, we're open up our own institutions. They used to be the ones who told us too, how they would call balls and strikes now we don't have any rights, everything worth listening to us is outside of the institution have to listen to us once it is cheap, so the through line the reason it has to do
our theory. Richard Dawkins The power of a deer is what explain provided by what it is in essence, The engine of this is we note the society of growth between them Forty five in Europe with these, which was unsustainable and then, when the grown up every, institution, became both to its eager to growth target that now it happened, tat somebody who could pretend a future that our brightest, it's just, I put them all and that would have been found. New road but effectively in this orchard, will affect all low hanging in some for maybe patients tracking semiconductors. we now have to go. Find work, This is what you must be the happiest going forward?
find new orchard so that there's more low hanging fruit because, as a financial concept of beta and in general, we have something like electrification or dignified patient or any kind of to changes, everything then you and everybody can get some exposure. Your local laundromat can get it exposure to a digital era by broadcasting. When the washing machines bracelets, you know it, they don't have to be in the technology business right now we can operate our society. in a high growth, and would you is growth only worth its left is not from growing the pie, but from I'm your neighbors slice and so right now we're each looking at each other's slices of the pie That of seeing our brother comrade. Fellow countrymen, we see as a source of protein and that is the terribly concerning witches you ve got to stop, leaving each other to get back to the business innovation, because this entire nation wont work.
until we return to growth, and what we are doing is analyzing the very people who are capable produced, sober right, so she's. So here's the here's the thing on on that we can't, to produce growth, because we're being told to stay home were being told to shut down. Our business were being told all three Regulation that is is coming under this new administration We are aware also not the law he's getting the bail out the big business that connected business, the global business. At the same time. Many of us are being called horrible names and there putting us out of business now because of who we support or how we vote or what we believe you with the no logical boom. That is coming just just just the imp.
act on truck drivers in the next few years with dry list trucks that are already on the road. You start changing the the model and used? changing and have this almost cotton gin kind of turn over you, to add. On top of that, trust abuse and fast and survive, there's a problem which is that There is a moral basis for the market and there is a moral basis for citizenship and their different sort of the way we used have courts. They will execute the law. Courts are chancery that would force themselves unfairness, plans on my country one is a soul and one is a mine and pair of hands in essence, when I worked hard, if I don't
have the ability to benefit from my own labour destroyed the moral basis of the market if I see handout being or bail out to the end up being given to large corporations. If I see the laws that forced me to shut her, my business well, Jeff Bezos is celebrated in terms of how many billions Amazon etc, etc. We're doing is we're undermining the moral basis of the market You cannot sugar onto efficiency did stood Yunus its mates, moral sentiments, its I mean everybody concentrates on wealth of nations, its moral sentiments once you decide once you disregard or destroy moral sentiments. The way of nations is gone, it's gone order so corrupted. It destroys itself Eighteen, seventy he's! Probably there there were some pretty bad things that happened, intellectually,
the economics profession back this up, you know distribution questions that somebody else's issuers netbook assent, broken you contributor. However you, while now, the older ones, the frontiers where they come down. Its departments is better but brown line so that they can all sorts of things like the caddy. Suddenly what you know into interview with our exploding genie corporations that better follow, though the economics professions completely corrupted by the idea that it is effectively serving the concentration of wealth, as if efficiency and growth are the only two things that matter and distribution of ports is not looking at the issue of economic that pass over the Citys in silence after this now, that is a huge problem. Is we created a all people, You don't have to talk about reality. They don't to talk about souls, have a claim on our nations. Well, his weapon,
would you be? I is all about its trying restore some kind of basis, moral basis to the market, and then a rich country. can afford to make sure that nobody goes hungry and nobody has is wanting for a roof, over there had him. At the same time, we can destroy the incentives to our work and pretend that rising is again. That's that matters. because I am a free market really know, I'm I'm not because you're, smart guy, and you know that market failure exists. For example, if I produce a public good and both inexhaustible and inexplicable. Do you want me to produce something of incredible value, evaluated recapture none of the value that I create? No, you doubt the free market in its idealized childlike sense will make sure that I am punished for producing a public good
No thank you. I think I declined you're free market by market principle. So if you're free sophisticated market guy you're, not look to spill over your own scientists, who produced a public good, free, correct, okay, so what could I do what I say free market? I must have an idealized vision. But when I say free market I mean a market where Generally, people pay by the rules of the free market? Is it to me ear best. Capitalist is the one that says. How can I help people? How can I, make their life easier now our guard many of our capitalist like how can I get rich in instead of we? Don't it for this. You not a free market guy anymore. That was then
we entered into. Let me put it this way, margin that you have a pie and said all activity is in this pipe: the dignity and a tiny sliver of it were public goods and services which constitute market failure. What, if everything that I could produce, almost turned into a small comparable file, so they replace no, the calculator on my desk, etc, etc, offered suddenly that little slice of the pie that represents market failure due to public good, starts growing. Imagine a future role. Crazy, we're all part of the free market that your thinking applies to is a tiny sliver. We haven't gotten area, but we could. your point is in a world in which most things are well seen by the market. Few things are not. We should do almost everything through the market and we should do the little bit that we can't do through the market
Taxing went raising an army in own hang up. I wish to opt out of: U S. Army protection, no attacks, people from the right right So my point is, you need to that's, why? I don't have time to explain it, talking about way way way. But our ear saying I agree that we're gonna have to update that because that's what's coming our way, but I dont think that's a good thing but I'm not happy about it, yeah, that's where we know. Yes, I agree with him that the best parts capitalism. Framework ideology in the current era is not going to cut it because, like just what we ve seen but doesn't kill, I mean assuming you're you're very well aware of the great reset, which is the public price, partnership, you know, and almost a Chinese a kind of model in some Ways- it requires.
angels to run the countries and the system that have never existed I mean yes, we do this. We don't have the wisdom to take over from the mark planets around organised, nobody's art. But I'm trying to say is that we got a bunch of simple answers. None of them work, I can say it's all. I ran or rain right where you are swedish socialism, rye ripening, all of this is garbage where everything is going to put everything on the blockchain. Blockchain solves everything all of these completely simplistic, and framework. It belongs in that grew in If you're like me, you want to save the best aspects of the marketing were from the market, and I agree with that. That's it! You ve got to find yourself as a conservative. Take the best parts of things. conserve them a throw the rest out. No, you don't realize that you're, a progressive for you
no you're, a conservative I'm gonna win this argument. You can laugh all our current debt the point is: what Gotten more people out of progress in the market, progressive, means listening people out of poverty by giving people hope literacy acts the clean water and health care. progressive paths to embrace the market period. I agree with you, but that's not a that's. Not it today. classical definition of a progressive. That's not a Woodrow Wilson, you know, after our progressive, I dont think you understanding. Let me try it again We learn from our experience. Many of us believed back in the nineteen. Thirty is that progress with the failure of the crash of twenty nine from embracing socialism and leave you again condensed. discussion. He says very clearly that all
all the cool kids wandered socialism in communism, because that was the how new idea. Now we know where that girls, we know that in general, the goes towards extreme levels of violence in order to Big Dan Genie Coefficient and goods productivity. I visited the Soviet Union and the tail. you can't be a progressive and still believe in those things, paying attention to this from the point of being a progressive is progress and This idea that this word in this concept has been collected by people have no concept of the history of progressive, no understanding of all great things to be accomplished. All you know interracial, marriage, he's dead, We remain been behind all sorts of things from the Gekko. point is that those of us were truly progressive are keeping going. I am pro market where the market works and I'm up for calling the market out where it fails.
in claiming I'm a free market, no you're, not you're, just not You don't realize it use markers PS night right. I would agree with you if this is the way you're defining things. I agree with you the way- and I dont know, but that's not the discussion that is happening in the world at all. It should be with the digital revolution on our heels. We have to have this conversation where this conversation is taking place outside of the non conversation. jaded institutional narrative is the conversation professional wrestling is mixed. Martial arts, it's a simulated conversation. Say you know about my wife or sometimes say to me that we have to go see this new movie. Everybody is talking about it and when I say would you mean everybody's taught you better and then shall point me at all of these different media Let's move moaning
that's it. Nobody is talking about. What's going on, is the media's doing across Promotion the conversation is really going on about progressive ISM in all this stuff is not the progressive conversation. what is more racist then a bunch of African Americans throwing the white professor outlaw repeat what they say. He has now happened in my brother. Ok, if I'm anti racist, I'm probably just what is being called anti racism, because the anti racism, maybe racist, you can't get confused about what your ideals are, In what you're idealism is justified, but he's taken all your language and reprogrammed. So none of this has anything to do with Progressive ISM and if it, if it requires me shouting at a mob of the thousand people, were Saint defined. The police. My point is: that's not progressive, that's insane, let's not, fleet insanity
bad business model built on division with progressive is not represses are still after we're, still smarter don't have always been one of its sea. Okay, so be it. It is complicated institutional there. So then you are. You would clearly separate the Marxists out of the progressive movement that really hijacked. The the crafts and the progressive the progressive era. In my opinion, is over wherein the marxist era, you'd better define the few define progressive It is usually defined, not the way you justified it. Where does it. Marxism was progressing yes before we knew how to behave, then we find out how we behave Greg you know there was a point. Maybe we're Stalin was progressing Paul ropes and would write in Europe's optically about. You know the guy.
leader, Stalin, and what he was doing, because he was saying you know, african Americans will welcome and the Soviet Union we had black churches in Moscow in that situation, maybe before you understood the storm, is one of the greatest killers in human history. You might have thought that was progressive right. You got that now is progressive before you understood the red guards and in the grate the forward. But the key point is that it's also the case. The conservatives of screwed up all sorts of things angry destroyed the world financial system into clear that set out by citing can homage, doesn't work all anyway. Leaning we're getting important to remember. Ok, so this a really good conversation. But I think we're getting sidetracked a little bit because I think we agree in a very compact sort of way that comfortable with you defining progressive ism. The way you do for Perhaps you and others on a case by case basis, but generally what I'm talking about with progressed
a yo see, will call herself a progressive she's, not a progressive. She wants to drag us back to Old, broken a kind of idea of Marxism areas. Do you agree, no Elsie partially progressive impartially insane Ok, He explained that at will, you wanna next level conversation we're not gonna, be able to just you know. I know what I'm doing Tarzan we are talking about Jamie good. You battle that kind of stuff right. Ok Elsie allocated for now, and I'm she's in part constructed the actual human from which is constructed a piano taken over in that role, kind of interesting, Joe strength to call out certain kinds of bullshit cheese, extremely talented
not everything she says and does- is stupid and then there's the madness of identity, politics and effectively communism coming through identity. In the reason that we must be very clear that if you look at a lot of the labour movement was always talking about, the brotherhood of bricklayers gather would have to correct it turned concept really didn't work very well, because people knew that they weren't brothers. They were just coworkers much layers. They are united. I like laid the best breaks, and I'm proud that that's what I did import is proud to bring home the paycheck and feed a family and to be able to look occasionally building and say your father, father, built The issue is that identity is much more power. So it's a much more effective means of introducing marxist ideas. And what I have said is: if you want to save capitalism. You're gonna need hyper capitalism coupled to something like hyper socialism, because the redistributive aspects hapless chow character with with the multiplier
our rhythms, as an algorithm becomes power or whether on the algorithm may be able to concentrate in task the commands of wealth and no human can afford to defend themselves and that market correct toward the listing situation, which is, when you say, free market guy, you're, applying European into a very old complex. when I say these people you're, not a free market guy, see, is not simply progressive. We have to look at our own playing in his concept that the three ideas that animal conservatives libertarians progressives are very simple. libertarians cannot stand. Coercion may become single issue, which is that they don't wanna be coerced in any dragon regrets can't. I just can't abiding oppression. So they fight everything that has been the sort of parents are sheen of repression. Few label, something oppressive. The hide it in conservatives are always angry that people dont remember the let hard won lessons of the past, So they're always train
hang onto the wisdom that has been built up historically in society. It's not perfect, but it's really good at it, its essence. But if you hanged, if you take the three of the who and who, with moderation and put them together, it works bingo, but we're supposed to be doing we are now facing a system. that is, is gone. Half insane on both sides have their own equal problems and Everybody it's my way or the highway Anders. There's no, but we're not. You and I are having indifferent conversation. If we have conversation about how is it free market versus equity?
What's even the point I might as well just call it over and let the Chinese come in and teaches Mandarin. You know I don't want to do that. The key point is against the course I hate it. Than when libertarian Avenant libertarian I really believe in structural pressure, if you will what Robert Moses, due to New York City time, Andrei faced freshen doesn't exist. hey man. I agree in every we built, including our founding fathers, an actual patriarchy, which was somehow so wise that the fact that they had no women, There are no people of color in their group. He wrote with another abstraction and head room We could actually get our own way mean. This is genius and adopt national created. I want you to keep anything any mention.
the fact you actually all another human being actually now. Actually not true. I urge you to go back. Read the original draft. Are you there you're back, read that we. I urge you to go back and read the original draft in Thomas Jefferson. On handwriting, the one that was proposed to Congress remember John Hancock said, king will weasel is way in and split us up. Do we all agree, it has to be unanimous. They all voted. Yes, it has to be unanimous here. to write it. He wrote it and it's an unbelievable paragraph slavery and the evils of slavery and how the king is stopped them every step of the way it it's the only place where his hand writing changes. He capitalize is the word he says and the king has continued to
allow and stop everything, every effort to stop the practice of selling capital letters men on the open market. He did that to tee back to the beginning. All men are created equal, it's not as clean cut as ever. He thinks it is. These guys were deep thinkers. Deep thinker, offsets dominant guy probably got the time for where they were. Really Wyoming wasn't. It may be the first to make sure the women had about it. We have a very strange history. But my point do as we did we didn't chattel slavery it all. Like a hundred she's before my birth there's no way I am. I agree. It's horrible, however, we had the foresight to happen strike action because some of them some people figured out how to do this, so that we could grow into the country that I think we were always meant to be and is a very important concept that came out of France. There was talk to me.
By imprisoning type Bill Clinton history at Oxford Jamie Way, Mister Gibson. Since last name, which is a nation, is divine to be a group of people who have agreed to forget something in car in fire We are supposed to remember a lot of the horrible things and are beginning to forget them later we can become who we were always meant to be without being tied back to one thousand six hundred and nineteen. The way Nikole Hannah Jones wishes to tear us apart to rebound us. Absolutely very strong obligations, in particular the african American, but also the women who were denied the vote. You don't. Even in the beginning, my grandfather, s life. But we also have to realise that we have the blueprint for a country that can accommodate. Our best cells?
This is the gift of a patriarchy. It may not resemble ass. It may have been a white landowner, patriarchy God damn it. If these people didn't effectively have a blueprint that can accommodate people that look absolutely nothing like them and the economy. and that I have for a country which is our trajectory. We haven't gotten close the deadline. People were calling themselves progressive in the streets are correct. The progress has been too slow On the other hand, to give up this thing in order to pursue he's in phantoms and this this is mass. So that's where we are, we gonna do better, but the other thing we ve got to talk about the two major calls and what calls are because anything people understand what a coal is in general cults are not simply made up of crazy people. Whatever the dominant society is always has to throw certain items of truth over the wall fell, I did a rap that it represents.
right. You have to take you to forget certain things. You have to pretend that certain things that our true archer and in so doing when you have a situation like that, there is only The basis to begin a new civilization based on the idea that the society always has to lie. If the siting lies very little, it's not worth joining the regulars, our city wall, but it is true that our culture has been throwing more and more truth over the city walls and then the basis for the call That a former Walker Stand and Magazine We have to talk about the fact that both of them have a point in both of them have become called like real, therefore, which were system three hundred percent agree. There is a reason There is a real good set of reasons that people marched with black lives matter. They have some really good points, not black lives matter ink, but
black lives matter that what was happening with our cops, the whole experience of the past, and it needs to change. The same thing with people who get over Careful here gather last week in said, hey can we just have ten days just air, these things too. sure that we all check. I didn't think that would happen. I didn't think that You had the time to actually make any progress on it, because the detention is very clear, but you had a to say that no one's listening to the the real plight, the people who really mean the peaceful protesters, a black lives matter, and not the radicals that want to abolish the family in everything else. And always what. and and we're dismissing we're dismissing the people who say I don't
I can trust this system any more. if we shut them down, we're we're Nightrobe in a paint shaker Let us be very clear about this member of the claim that black lives matter protests were mostly peaceful. The cap. Help protest was probably mostly peaceful. Rebecca, our protein of mostly peaceful. Ok, You know that goes back to haunt you. The key issue is who's been calling balls and strikes at you. I hate Donald Trump spray. I really do you with some amazing things like the Middle EAST, peace, gettings, arrays theory like not starting new wars. for his presidency. I said he will be a superposition, probably the best and worst present we have ever had, and
you got a group of internet hyenas, whoever they hear anybody trying to promote a nuance position, alongshore position where we want to call it immediately say What about his? Both sides is like. Can you imagine if physicists Detroit agrees cat and said: oh, it's both sides is, you know I had better leave aside Not yet it g, Donald Trump, represent something too many people who hate him. They represent something standing in the way of a news media that cannot report that the mayor of Portland is in fact coordinating with an organization. It doesn't think it pretends doesn't exist. Firebomb our own federal court house in complete bizarre law actually performative ritual of showing us what a breakdown of law and order is when we, let me smart First and talks about getting rid of the police,
by the way there is no minority community in the country that can say we're so oppressed that you have to understand. We have a right to get rid of the police. Will I guarantee you people with my surname? What will happen if you get a bit of the police? It's gonna be a very short raw, yellow ever tell him we're getting rid of the police we are in a situation in which the matter people have to be reached by somebody who hasn't gone along with the lies right. The media is lying to you exactly. As you say, the media is lying to mayor, Jenny and and Mayor TED Wheeler in Seattle and Portland are completely out of control. Everyone who failed to talk about that in terms, is completely out of control, not wrong everything majesty by far I'm not, positive that the election, the general election is free and fair. I don't know I don't I On the other hand, let me tell you: something, I'm very, very clear
So all of your worst nightmares are true, assuming you have an incredibly talented intelligence, complex that views Donald tromp incorrectly as puppet planning, your Putin and decided that it had been the election through Fraud Indulge your wildest scale go go. hope you and I'm just as Roberts is part of a pedophile continuously right, then etc. Supreme Court pretends to be nine druids that kinda mind the truth. My thinking on black robe speaking and let it True there, nine deeds and checks like you and me or is starting to be. The last word we as Americans, agree to abide by the Supreme Court's decisions. Even when their raw. So if you
Why did you tell me I don't get it? I haven't look at then for its law on all the stuff and understand that the Epstein conspiracy reached the court. Ok, fine, but you're, not talking about the United States anymore, you're, talking about a revolution to found a new country that doesn't yes, yes and What we need to say to our mega brothers and sisters, just like our walk brothers and sisters, is, you began around a system of truth that were excluded from the gate at institutional narrow that was your seed corn, yet structural oppression really does exist. You know you It is absolutely true. That. there are so many irregularities, twixt that indeed denied not reported upon that you're having the idea that Europe up big an independent chauvinist shut down your throat, there's no shortage
a reality that you have been denied and now you, tat the capital building of the United States- and I can t- Bennett either way. I can decide that it too is fill insurrection or, I could say it wasn't peaceful protest right it doesn't matter the key point. Is the culture of the United States of America and, as I said recently to Soccer Marshall over the realignment, the magic ingenious of this country is the way in which the but I've called the oral and written tour in States constitution and our culture in Europe. And what I love about this is that I am absolutely, ready to burn a flag in protest, knives, zero desire to do, and the idea is If you want to get rid of the culture of this country, you're gonna need laws and rules. You can kiss your freedom to buy it's a part of it- is that, even though this country came after my family night, Fifty three
stand when the national anthem is played, I'm sure I would not have wanted to hang out with Frances Skype hee. By her Jose Feliciano, say his porter weaken version it candlestick power. And Jimi Hendrix, and I heard Marianne Anderson do it wouldn't be used we took that song and we made it something. Absolutely incredible stay and whether we like it or not, not because I have to support the right to go down on one need by the way. A genius move, if I may say so, because sitting on the bench was a terrible move. It was incredibly disrespected disrespectful. Being on one knee the way of communicating a certain form of respect. further. You stand. I celebrate your right to kneel. The key now is, our culture is being destroyed and. I dont know how to say this.
We have to go non coercive. We have to respect our pass. We gotta get the Buddha repression off the number of people can't figure out. I did almost everything right. I did not have the career that I was expecting right. It's the same issue. Now, let me tell you something: baby boomers not like to be told to leave the workforce when its top right. We got rid of mandatory Ireland and all sorts of places in the eighties and in parliament, because the moors didn't have enough well in hand everybody else's in a holding pattern and right now them. The principal emergency is that we got at of young men and young women who need to form families and homes, and I don't care whether its deeds raising a kid or to checks people were not my area, but Her continuing society is all about. Babies in creating the preconditions where people wish to keep their society going.
People work here and now her face in their life. ro legacy when you start taking their all statues, not just the statues that were put up as a finger in the I S, and we also know that is that we put up that. We started this the statute and Ill Stevie Reborn, because you're trying to make sure that nobody has a future that there is no history but who chaired. Who did one for you stopping the loop of sacrifice? We needed to make sacrifices worthwhile, maybe not directly, but at least indirectly the future is collapsing this thing called metastatic maternity, where, when women realise that they're not going to have a baby that they're going to care for they have to care for something else? And remember the lesson of the wild Is that mothers love their babies in a way that is viable. Have you ever seen a mother having the tax
you're, not seeing where violence is incredible and we have a lot of young women. We're trying to take care of something may not be able to have kids, because the market is completely taking away the ability to foreign families from our young people, and so right now gotta do. Is we gotta get a bunch of people out of their god? Damn cheers there an embarrassment there completely fail. I will not affect their old. Joe Biden, the Senate in nineteen. Seventy two at the age of twenty nine, it's in a hurry, you had something to say: I'm pretty sure we would know about it by now. He right Big issue is Donald Trump, amidst the colonel, don't make sense Nancy policy. None of these people. we are talking about a world of technically incompetent people who grew up in an era generally speaking before the great society programmes Born in the nineteen forties, who are not,
capable of living in the twenty first century: technological world growth. With all this change, and we need different people in the leadership position. I was just saying on the radio today or yesterday. if it was an unconstitutional. I would vote for. Somebody like you, learn musk it in because I agree with everything he has to say. I think he'd be. We know a nightmare to me in many cases, but he at least is looking at a new world. It's like work. We ve got a gun. for people that want to keep us packed into the systems of nineteen fifty, but don't work, thing. This all of this doesn't work. We need visionaries, they can stand the technology of tomorrow. The social impact of those things explain And help us get into that I see very few of them on the horizon.
you need to. My guess is that most of our leadership, born of the nineteen forties, can't read a hollow world programme in any computer lounge bright. You know it's all. A level gets an awkward technological whirlwind, a new age and what their job has been again and have to quote my wife, which I resent, because she is not a good points but or point has been dead, covert accelerated the destruction of the other day, the people, one of the nineteen forties have been using to hold back all progress. So what's coming if he's gonna take care of this Let me guess who run our time? Let me Massey questions very concerned about this transition because One person makes a mistake, its rice, tug fire, I mean, and it doesn't matter it doesn't matter if the Nazis, the communists, did it the impact.
Of that event chain. the whole world, and I am so afraid that it takes one lunatic or one group of lunatics on either side. It won't matter and the world changes do you believe worth that close that's that's right, we were were logging problem were engaged, live action role play if you see the woman who got shot and capital hell, yeah very clear She walked right into a game in which the officer who shot her finger along the barrel of a pistol became inside the trigger guard, went back out along the barrel with shouted he's got a gun and she did not stop because she locked away and were own death, and if I may, I would like to address your audience and I want to do it- non condescendingly, because I'm not a position to cuts in screwed up enough in the story
I've been here the whole time and I've been telling you you guys, are right about the centre left media gone completely insane its denying reality its gas, letting you you're not wrong about that. You not wrong critical race theory insane, he'll wrong somewhere else if you believe effectively that the court system, here. The evidence and adjusted didn't give standing and that the corruption has gone all the way to spring for Justice Roberts. It man but there is no opportunity to save the United States What you're going to do is to talk about something about the Supreme Court. What you're talking about right now, you're talking about a new country that you're hoping to far found in that country is not the United States and I'll take. I'm fine very hard, as I kin and using every tool in my arsenal to try to get people's consciousness up. That maggot is not completely insane. I can see that from the left,
I told you I'm not on the left, because I can't see that that's not true, you can look at my credentials. I I said the Donald Trump was an existential risk at the beginning, the fabric of the United States, Give me my do tell me that I'm not wrong about that. Tell me that the fact is that the old Henry, the second tool I'm saying when nobody read me at this quarrelsome priest called direction through indirect. He told people to be peaceful, but there's no way to overturn the selection way. Donald Trump wanted to this Norway to go around just Roberts. You have to wait and take it on the chin. You have to take your loss. If you want to save the country that you claim it's not that you have no allies, it's not that you haven't been heard. You made lots and real points down trumpeted many good things. No new wars is a heck of a big deal. I'm getting rid of critical raised there. He wasn't long that our immigration policy has structured around HAWK everybody's and evoke lots of border. It's insane
but I want to give you your do, and I want to tell you also something you ve gone over the line. If you in zip ties and you can take them the capital your, up on an ideology and if what you're trying to save as the United States, your United States can only be saved by waiting it out, and I want to I want to point something out: all of you. in nineteen. Seventy one, group called a Citizens committee to investigate the FBI created in credible act of civil. Civilians and broke into an FBI office. They stole a bunch of dockets documents because they were willing is patriots to pin their freedom but spoke was the fact that the F B, I was out of control that turned into the church and pike committees and midnight in seven. These lists are we, invest it tell Serbs and found I'd states governed the resting in the american city
we're trying to be helpful if it worked with anathema to jeer that's need to do is look at the leader of the crew believes there was will endeavour. Dot student of regular manner His exit happen. those guys just a organize, Found the word Cohen telephone the creative way requests they forced, I believe it returns, wouldn't run their findings. And they forced the Washington Post to have to investigate this right. Now we need a we do at the church, in fact, is so that we know what our intelligence or need to enforce people who are actually progressive inside a centre left media, which is demonizing everybody. we need from MECCA, his eye. I need an outstretched hand. It's been outstretched for four years.
I've waited now, hopefully strategically to talk to Glenn, because hopefully this is somewhat electrify. We gotta get back from the brink and speak on behalf of a large number of people who have no voice will always voted democratic, which is lacking in Lebanon. You guys, are what makes America grave certain aspects I cant do, because and my left. The senators doesn't allow me to do it. we benefit from being a great country and in the country, and I tried to do both, but we have to have a conscience, but we can't go down this route. You have to realise that the whole like asked Donald Trump, may have been necessary to break the cabal, Denying all kinds of truth. I called at the desk at institutional narrative, it's over the Donald Trump of being cast, mutate into something that is Pro America, that's not based on a cold personality.
I know that many of you eat him and supported, because even the only way to stop The denial and anti for was attacking the federal Court House, for example. All of these what are the nineteen forty. going away is a final thought. They don't much time on this, and we are going to have to your had seen them legally and with Ologist to Malcolm X. You need to remove them by any legal means necessary. I apologize toward legal, but it really does matter. Need to do is to recognise that matter Stand and walks who cause on reality. It really structural There really is a denial of reality by centre left media. We went over the break, but we did at the cap over disgusting and we in a mob mental that woman who died from seed, Yeager locked her way to early raved because of the contents of her life, the software she was binding.
for her that she was ass. If she was in the box Ramallah, the gene, supernatural power that nothing would happen. You look at that video. You put all the heavily armed officers behind her who could have stopped. We have entered in reality, we thermonuclear nation with responsibilities to the entire planet, keep your hearing from black and finally, our time, not least that wants us we're not now be trying to do that new to have us asked put this to the planet. This is thermonuclear situation and you know, I appreciate that, the killing of George. What are the odds of ITALY's lynching in the. it plays into that I'd reality of debts. Your your history has been denied, just as my history just as every everybody want to stay since history has been denied but, on the other hand, I want to come back to one in which I had an idea. I was gonna, get the two guys on my show
who engage in an incident Donald Trump said to Russia protesters that he would pay legal bills and the seventy eight. Your man wake. I asked when elbow sucker punching a black protest. If you let out of an arena When I found was that inside. Then they heard behind them and there were twenty thousand views on video over four years of fuel twenty lights. by pointing out that video existed. I think you went to thirty thousand, like from my account, allow. we love each other and we got to stop making through our media- and we have to stop speaking- were allocations me stop speaking to people who are pretending to be progressive or pretend to be conservative. You can't can certainly knighted state going over the spring quarrels. If you want to think that, I'm sorry and your appearance, didn t look the episode that I did specifically, Nice meeting, you
asked the question was Jeffrey Epstein attached to any intelligent first and if you get shut down and there we noticed that sources and methods. That's fine, The fact that you asked the question about whether or not Europe still is the church to intelligence service creates a back and that vacuum is going to be filled, leave a drastic, the worst excesses Alex Jones you and on the name of Islam, right now you have no adults. pretending to beat the dawn on glands shop, maybe Gladness Britain. Those of us pretend you're, are least prime we ve a seventy five, your naps at the end of world war, two It's coming to an end, no matter what whether that it descends bloodshed, violence, authoritarianism with we lose the right to speak to each other on social media, because they
power with broke things happening in the capital we gotta back to reality. There really was a direction to start the steel trump January six, there really was an admonition peace. He knows exactly what it doing said when messages and happened at the capital reserves. People. With this going to a re. Some people were going to a revolution, somebody borders. Reporting. It Nancy Pelosi, not the progressive, bring impeachment proceedings. The factors were right He's been procedure should have been talking about new pillar and Mr Mayer Jenny in their abominable format. Public service is allowing lawlessness dire. We to go back, we need effective, a national middle, you yourself clean period from where it is that were met, he had try again and we need to cover structural action and coercion and the concern conservation, repents value,
That seems like a tall order should that's where we are and, if you don't want to do that, if you wanted to save a frequent my free market or structural oppression, you're, not part of the american experiment, your part of its final act, and, quite frankly, We gotta find the club depressed and centre left and right locust stand and make and get back to the business of innovation. Try to give you a history that you may probably didn't know involving through line. That is incredibly simple. That explains why everything is falling apart. Trying to use a few assumptions is possible. when an honour to do it on cleanse programme. Planet was never personal, though strategic I'm sorry, I'm not a model. Pre, I'm not a conservative, I'm an honest, progressive from a different era. I know that you are not a free marketeer. You getting things to change. We've got to find a way into the future. We got to stop looking back for the answers they ain't there. We got to invent the future new. thanks for letting me really
I have to tell you Eric If you were here, I'm hugger, I would argue, I would be your friend I could be your neighbour and we would never have an argument even though we may its agree on policies or or things. This is the kind of conversation that America must have an eye This is the last time you will join me because I would I'd love to hear More of your thoughts, thank you so much. Thank you. Let me rather
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