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#735 - Peter Boghossian

2015-12-14 | 🔗
Peter Boghossian is a philosophy instructor, activist, author, speaker, and atheism advocate. He is a full-time faculty member at Portland State University.
This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Accuracy is not guaranteed.
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state university fascinating guy had a wonderful time talking to a wonderful amusing that didn't used to use it for a potential from thrown wonderful around today great got really enjoy them so please welcome mr peter bagasse the job will gain experience closed don't appreciate analogous i think i found out about you through sam harris i'm not sure but you're also friends my friend roy singer all lorries a great got great guy he got excited when he found out that you're coming on roy of course marshall artists former you have seen fighter and tat me many times i'm sorry tat me many times do so you you're u you work at universally portland state important portland state yeah work pointless at each philosophy there and
also a guy who is urine you described as an atheist m advocate like not just an atheist but someone who actively promotes hey you should probably try this promote critical thinking in reason and rationality and i and the two go together and i think that naturally leads to two atheists and if people are honest with themselves and even you mentioned rory i've been a long time our shores my whole life actually really did you start off with the fantasy based martial arts the bullshit glitch once i did everything i mean i did i tried campo i tried i out i literally tried or if you would put all of the martial arts together don't work and put them in one sweet i tried them all of em well can i was got some good striking techniques they just don't have
an overall comprehensive system to deal with grappling yeah tried g condo i tried type window i tried i tried tie cheese i tried him all and then i actually one of my turning point was when rhine van cleve who was in the original you she's earl you yeah he was in like you see three or four some early on and he was like in its fifties he was older he's still in very good shape heat he like competed in a tournament karate turn him i think deep into a sixties yeah i trained with with rod and i train with discussions on hector santiago who is quite something and i train with them for years in new york city and when rod van cleve got taken down and just dominated tat was a huge moment from that was that then i then that started me on
follow the path and then a tree with great jackson for new mexico will you in new mexico yeah we were living there well i've train i started and in new york city before the u s seas came came along i train there and then i train in mexico and now i train with math thornton from straight blast john cabinets coaches obviously karma gregory and nelson that's it that's a great lineage man so you saw ron van cleve get dominated by heart crazy year fairly easily those kind of interesting watch like a guy who is is legit robots respected in the karate two whole legend legislation smoked like a big yeah i saw those guys like i saw her to santiago fight in real life and he is very dangerous person some again a street fighter yeah so i used to live in the lorry side between andy and did so
so all of this this was just part of my my experience and and i found a lot of stuff was real and it just turn out to be fantasy to turn out to be make believe why think that's an interesting parallel when we were talking before the podcast we're talking about critical thinking brazilian jitsu and martial arts in general and there are a lot of people that have very distorted ideas of many thanks not just of their ability to handle themselves physically but just of the war in general and i think martial arts sort of highlights a lotta that those critical thinking issue yeah i think that's that's one of the reasons i was so excited to come on this point cast today is because i think you are ideally situated to have it have their conversation with me because jujitsu procedure to specifically alive and training training against roosting opponents we don't talk about this is a huge area that nobody is talking
but we can understand all of reason and rationality through jujitsu through corrective measures through aligning your beliefs with reality i mean little things from testing ideas yourself not having taken on faith i'm talking to one as talking to name eludes meal i think i think that there's something chris harder
i think is super good guy gregor year do something in the process so so you ve been tapped thousands of times charm probably for town and more yet i've been tap that knows how to do something about the type of person who would either if you frame it in internal subjecting yourself to that there's something about that that's fundamentally differentiates us if you will from people in fantasy base martial arts it develops a kind of character develops a kind of attitude when you place yourself in situations and get tapped it's it's a type of corrective mechanism jujitsu is a corrective mechanism it can help you align your police with reality and an eye i'd love to explore that with you today for and talk about what that means just in the case of some people might not know that means will mean by tap and submit when you do jujitsu it i believe or not have talked
does assume the people know or dogma but i've talked to people go ok what is jujitsu like what are you doing what submission grappling which is jujitsu one star of it but it's all about using leverage and technique against joints or chokes against arteries like choke holds to cut off the blood to your brain or net crane and when you train jujitsu as opposed to other martial arts other than rustling which i consider martial law inga full speed in that you go you go ever sat and that's a difference between those martial arts and striking base martial arts where you really shouldn't go hundred percent because you only have so many punches your head can take before your body just stops working assist in a fact you could train
sparring hard for a certain amount of years but you're gonna you gonna you're mine is gonna turned mush there's just no doubt about it we know that for a fact and people do jujitsu into their sixty yeah oh yeah we'll anthony bourdain did even start until it was fifty eight obsessed he trains every day he goes sometimes twice a day i'll take a private in the morning and ill train and a group class after that maniac but the difference being like you absolutely no what works and doesn't work and absolutely no how good people are so we rolled you can't fake it yeah we rolled twenty times new tab me eating those twenty times already know and if someone said how good is peter am i going to top ten most the time and then we know now we have the army said in that case but what you have said we know it's clear yeah and you see i can't fake it does no pretending no bullshit where no like you know following rituals and masters and honest nonsense all of those structures i think are put in place
to conceal the underlying paucity of the effectiveness of the techniques and people come up with this so the other thing about that that that i think is so important is that all of these combat based martial arts i've been waiting for this recession for all of those combat these combat based martial arts let's take a look at you mentioned rustling we know at work we note with there are some things we just know that their work we know the kickboxing works in whom we also know that its head trauma for kickboxing you know that my tie which is in my opinion an insane activity but we know that it works we know that western boxing worse we know that jujitsu works so the reason that we know we can test these things which we can take people and hopefully later on will talk about the difference between brazilian digital and japanese judge its rights and techniques different pedagogy different training methods that a two dollar word for train we can take that we can adjudicate
things because we take to people of equal weight and we stick them in a cage and we have some very basic rules and also for your losers who are from their mme gloves are very thin you up i think people who die understand emma may they think that they are kind of like boxing gloves the very very thin gloves that they dont afford much protection and really let the person punch you harder so that i have to worry about breaking a hand as far as a cushion to your brain are you had better not a cushioning yeah so so we can look we can judge what works and the one of the ways that we do that is to people the same size put him in a cage and see what works the other thing is that when you train against are resisting opponent and i think this is the key you can figure out what's real like that's a mechanism it a corrective mechanism is a way for you to discern make believe land and reality bullshit
real you know what what works and what does not work and once we start introducing that in systems like look let's say that i said to you hey i've i've come up with this technique i know this is some crazy but its incredibly effective and say what is it and i say it's a pinky blitzkrieg tiggle who like there is as i see it this is a welcome attacking with pink i say you know but it's a certain minos stance i do this ray come back to stand for any say really and so you call up unbeknownst to me you call up nearly i heard a show your buddies with eddie bravo right now that you ve called me hey look we got the sky and ere he says that he has this technique pit
he blitzkrieg ominous denham over their put him up against you good purple bout get her on video will see what happens so too it away to test it now now that works you'd be like holy shit like i can't this is awesome like we nobody ever thought of the pinkies blitzkrieg it's incredible but what you ve done there is that's a core component of critical thinking it's a willingness to revise your police it may sound like bullshit but you're completely open to the possibility if this works against a resisting opponent right so let's say that i tap out his church tap out his probabilities i got while brown bout it at some point it would be so absurd that you'd think that etienne irene on it right i don't know the guy in the role of met you call someone else but and then you can test it so you can watch it eventually you can test it with your friends so this idea of tests
ability and people can figure out things themselves they don't have to go on the history of tradition are now some guy punched a bull in the head there was a why none walking to this and she killed all these guys doesn't we always had to deal with those though as the history of martial arts was always mazo yama till the borders we always hear about mazo yama whose was he kill correction or i think he's turkish and so his lineage i dont iron ever but he was a famous japanese guy who apparently had killed a bull punch which and then that that that comes down is legit so when people are said well you know how do you know this works why should do it well this guy killed a bull what did you see the bull did you see it in took so it's it's a feeble and the fable takes on a life of its own and the the the genius about the ultimate
challenge was that you had a way to test ideas right you can literally watch these things unfold against people live in the early ones your people of different weight classes near the sumo wrestler are in the i think i'm so but not only that it was an opportunity for you to figure out what was real wherein there something that incredibly appealing to that like think about think about carter what a fucking way of time like not only is it a waste of time in terms of let's say would cut is it's like you want to go yet so it's while their forms and what a form as it's like a pattern of movement that you that everyone does you get one when you get your white belt practice that you get really good at it you do it for a task to get your yell about in a lot of traditional martial arts that is part of how you test i i got
black velvet type window and i had a remember all those goofy moves and they never came into play ever when i competed they were there were none sort of nonsense was a waste of time and as soon as i did get my black i forgot all of them barely a member it it's it's a waste of time but i argue which even worse than a waste of time if it were just a waste of time then you know you could have been staring at a wall like you thought that you were doing something to help you achieve a goal and the goal was to win a fight so you thought we are engaged in activities that the whole there's no resisting opponent so when there's no resisting opponent it's not it's not testable you can't bring the tools of science dry so so you thought you were engaged in an activity that brought you closer to your desired objectives but it didn't here's the argument against that though the what it does do is it helps the
precision movement and you could argue that learning how to execute these patterns in a very beautiful way shows control and it shows precision movement they are the problem with it is that there is some of those movements that are completely ineffective like double knife hand block thrusts knife hand thrust there's movements that are such that they are not applicable to emma the concept behind it is actually something that a lot of really good mix martial arts like carlo candide or even conor macgregor are doing their doing a lot of like movement training and on although i dont think cotta is the best way to achieve those china goals death i that there is something to be said for not just martial arts techniques but other things is like yoga i think is extremely effective in enhancing your ability to to control and manage your body in absolute limits really weird strength so where are the same
so think about it and offer a constructive way to think we're like this so what you just said i don't know anything about basketball some just use basque basel ii is a ball and a net and black eyes that's court so people so so so my god when we think about basketball what you just described was a guy on a court product
in a way up over and over again i think a lamp was like when you bought it should you don't know the late hour i don't know anything about passports online you run up to the not offend you run i thing you know you throw the bone and law and everybody gets crazy ok but think about caught dont think about caught too so i think thinking about carter like a lay up in terms of precision is the wrong way to look at look at it think about carter as a lay up without a basketball think about the practice of basketball practice corn court of basketball without a basketball right ok here's a problem with that what about shadow boxing shadow boxing extremely effective and shadow boxing in a sense is a form of cotta shadow boxing and including not just boxing but kicking in punching a meeting is a long long accepted excellent form of training in visualization yet so so one of the things that
out of boxing you could do you can warm up was shadow boxing when i when i woke up with injuries and just to be a front i've i suck i've been doing for a long time but i'm not very good ideas out or i love it blew belt so i'm not alone you do i'm gonna tell you i've been back to tell me nineteen nineteen i how dare you move out of me well only once a week if i'm lucky you gotta go anthony ordains targets last year i just don't have a lot of opportunities like i have a family that i pushed for i have work career and i have oh yeah life life yeah fuck people their lives yet so you know i'm not i'm not speaking about it from any kind of like in i'm an expert in this right benign recently signed here but i think what s interesting about this is the philosophical implications intellectual like when i
up i liked to warm up with another by the slow rule you know i like to just because then i have an opponent if your practising something over and over again the problem with that is there's no corrective mechanism you could be doing technique incorrectly and then when you actually go to execute it you ve had a body memory for that technique that hasn't that that's been that's taken you away from your goal you mean with striking do you mean shadow boxing will use these able shadow boxing so you're saying was shadow boxing that you you need another body nor for it to be effective
no i'm saying that like so let's say that you shadow box hammer punch case of stuff it doesn't work like cotta things like double my hands you're even if you if you even if you if you are shadow box jabs and crosses that's answer even if you do that if you could not be doing a correctly and then you'd be practising the wrong thing over and over again and that will take you away from your go that's why you need you have to have some kind of a resisting point resisting opponents are the corrective mechanisms for everything and injustice that there too corrective mechanisms in the physical domain did the corrective mechanisms in the cognitive and intellectual domains as well that that's why prayer is so insidious it's because people think that their there doing something that in their own while being there doing something that's good but they're just talking to themselves
but there is some aspects and i would agree with you i don't know if i would i don't like labels i have a real hard time with labels even labels for things that i think are good things like that some pee
i'll get a lot out of prayer and not necessarily because their praying to a non existent deity or they really truly believe that they wish for a new car it's gonna come to them but i think that the mind when focused on positive thinking and and and focused on love and focused on that the tenants of christianity leg of got godly behaviour and compassion and all these different things and look where you truly are looking out for your fellow man and want to be a good person on those things i think there's merit now i think you can you can you can certainly find benefit that as a tool for mental management does that mean there's a guy in the clouds with a harp and all that jazz of course not but i think that it's in a sense like like techy mean is if a guy thinks it is gonna take touchy only and get into the you have say it's hilarious is gonna get fucked up but if a
i and the eu have sea like conor macgregor for instances so concentrate on movement really gets involved in tight she i think you'd probably get at least some benefit out of it because in that slow moving this like rhythmic path and what you are doing is your exercising your body in an unusual way in expanding the possibilities of of you your your interactions with opponents expanding what your body cannon can't do i think yoga does that think there's a lot of different things that turkey so we need their about twenty really interesting things that you just said i think we need to kind of unpack those a little bit like so if you talk about it so take a look at prayer and what people think that they are doing and they
let's this is why you're the perfect person to ask you this but then compare that to a martial art that's bullshit like tai chi is a good example so people think that they're going towards a certain end fight this shirt latin about now anymore but currently one eye on people to teach touchy and even practice techy that are just doing for their help yet my dad is one of those people so he s zero ambitions to win a fight with anybody's slate seventies so if somebody says that i have no problem with that at all i think it's true and certainly moat motion would be better than non motion and that the problem is exactly the same promise religion when people are making objective clans they're making claims about nature reality
and i want to know it's true and you we don't even the promise that people every time you talk about faith or religion or have you people shut down or they have barriers we don't need to talk about that all we need do is talk about jujitsu that's why this is so perfect because with jujitsu you can figure things out yourself with you can figure out what works right the pinky blitzkrieg you can figure out why doesn't work you can feel what you are capable of if if i tell you if if you tell me out twenty times i am under no illusions that the twenty first time i mean i could get lucky like i could get lucky and worry i could get lucky and matthew and it's all which was i could get it highly unlikely but i could get lucky the problem is that if you look at the way that people engage these rituals in there
i've what these people are doing is it they think it's taking them towards an end it's exactly identical to fantasy base marshall artisan they think it's taking them towards an end it's not like i think also a parallel like in fantasy base martial arts the benefits of it like i was set i did type window for a long time and are really good at an oak appeared a lot and i was in a cult i mean tag window although the beneficial called in and help me a lot and i mean a lot of ways of making the person i am today because in training and doing really difficult things and competing in overcoming nerves and absent let's have there's a lot of benefit in it but then i had a distorted perception of reality because of it
a distorted perception reality was shattered once i started boxing exactly and i realize like oh my god i was getting punched in the face i didn't know i thought i knew how to fight when we first knew how to do taekwondo and then i had to learn all the other aspects of martial arts like one of the most sobering moments of my life was one i've i trained at crossing crazies in on hawthorne in hollywood in nineteen ninety six and this before we tore belford made his debut in the eu have see and i you know i had this long extensive history of competing type when no tournaments night kick august and done quite a bit of boxing training and wrestled in high school i thought was pretty good marshall artist and i just got fuckin mall like i had never exercised like i had no idea what i'm doing
just remember the feeling of helplessness and the guy home one of the bunch people mauled me one of the guys i'm all me on africa as brazilian katy was upset about who is basically my size he wasn't any bigger than me anyway like some super mario sparing blackball guy he was just some guy beat the fuck out of it i mean it's almost strangely and he was a nice guy but i mean when he was training training really hard and he didn't give me any slack of just gettin wrecked and i remember thinking why what it's stupid allusion i was under yet in and so in a sense i think it's i mean i guess that's a question we could talk about but is it incumbent upon us to help people out of these treaties nor martial arts like i did that i had a very similar experience i train
stick and no fighting for years that's what my hands these cuts yes screamer that's why my my hands of all these cuts in all measuring will realize real lives and sticky i did this stuff with a dog brothers and dan medina was for you i gotta blackburn stick and i find it and you know i think you have black belt and stick well mean if you're in a place where both are all gone and known as gonna make a gun what it doesn't matter i haven't been dented that's where i was going to go with this whereas going to go this is i i so i thought i should put like you i thought i was pretty good marshall artist back and then i fought a guy fight actually gray jackson with sticks and just be too should autumn enemy i had a stick and i've been training with a stick for like yours at that point and it was just a huge wake up call for me guys far like in a competition we fight like a fight fighting and i he had only on light fight we'll get you manage wanna know
will like you know like a parties onto the submission i mean we were like i was not so as a common mission well nobody's edges has met at his old place and this is what i saw a train of him and we think we put on like very light hockey gear you know and i was gonna beat the shit out of you know she's gonna without was my gore because he said he base this was before i learned about alive and training and in resisting puts you fat liveliness yes oh that's like math thorntons meme and and in its a combination of that's a whole other discussion it's like
timing energy in motion resisting opponents ways to figure out which true and what works and i are this gets back to our discussion about shadow boxing and about training otherwise i had trained with a stick and i had known all these kind basically this cotta things but i also trained against a willing opponent like when you watch the stick demos the keys to to look for is what the uk does the feeder you know it's not with the guy does the uk that thinks it's a japanese word for like the guy who's feeding in you know like now i'll give it a guy lists i do this and then i don't know of people most of the people are listening to this is like power ninety percent even though a ladder watching it so what what you're demonstrating for those who are listening is like there's these lived these drills that you do or someone will pretend to throw punch guess the personal step aside and and
a counter tat it looks awesome so the uk guys got we intact window is to call one steps the other one step chair and in its it's a great example of a fantasy based martial arts because it makes youth it brings you further from reality it makes you think you can do something that you simply cannot do so what you what to do in those circumstances is you need to watch the feet or the person who's giving the reverse punch it so i can punch that comes off of your i try to be contracted it comes off of your ribs and goes out and they almost never hit some
like it if you watch the stevens cigar when he got his black belt is a famous black and white video that's out there he jamie can link to it i guess it looks awesome but it's bullshit it's all choreograph right kido yeah so up so that the key deliverable i think in this caught one of those in this conversation is that whether it shadow boxing or whether its carter or whether to taking a knife and doing a drill when i used to do those train with sticks i was really really good but i always knew the angle so it was fantasy based if you took the angle out of it i would just get beaten to death i mean pizza moving yoga angle so like in nairobi or scream at there are twelve angles because ninety nine because like seventy five degrees in fighting each other way baseball swaying reverse baseball swing stab overhand stab intact the knees attacked the other needs
so when you do when you do those when you train you guys just do the numbers one two three and you know you get so good at it i mean it's pretty crazy contrary stuff hearing psyche if final the angle it looks awesome i've seen guys do it looks pretty bad it but it's bullshit it's bullshit it's fancy base martial arts because the opponent isn't resisting where you have to have resisting upon it but here's the deliverable for this conversation i think is that if you train in a certain way absent corrective mechanism but you think that corrective mechanism is an actual corrective mechanism in other words you think you're training in a way that will bring us closer to reality when you're becoming further from reality what that does is that take that that that's just a that's devastating because you need that corrective mechanism you need to bring your thoughts in alignment with reality
and that was the great thing about the u s seas is because now we have all these people and we can see what works so think about the guys you know i i listen to you show that he bravo are i think he said you know he was just practising the the the rear naked on his leg from well that's not gonna because there's no corrective mechanism because these things into stone is if well maybe i wasn't he was exercising his squeeze on his leg you still does it and it's because one of the things about your jets about finishing a technique is how high how can you squeeze ok long can you squeeze or what eddie does is he'll do this cycle for watching tv together he'll do it he puts his knees were watching fights who put his knee up like this and he'll rear naked choke his own knee and just squeeze it and what he's doing easy workin on its squeeze and it's not thinking that that's going to make him get to that position it can squeeze out of their origin
to live resisting opponent he's it's an actress ok so that's cool so if if the idea then is that will work on your squeeze in that's different from thinking that that it if i if i if i tried it a few you practicing about like practising shadow boxing and europe to users apple and your hook is always a wider you where i stand here and then when you get into a fight we you do
existing opponent and you do that to you would have tricky you would have gone down a path to make you worse than the average that's assuming that you're doing it incorrectly if you train correctly you learn a techniques correctly and then you apply them in your shadow boxing correctly it's gonna benefit ok so that's the question that the question is an enemy the great thing about this conversation is that we can test is framed in this is the ultimate we have we have people we have so far that we need to look at that the only be word i think we need here today is pedagogy like the training method is a big word for training but we don't have any pedagogy say training with it so we look at the training methods and what
thank you would need for that is what your ex i guess he's my question to you would it be better in your mind to train shadow boxing or to do some light boxing with guys with focused mid over their guys will not focused smits at the same speed that your shadow boxing this is where i think the conversations going awry not that it's better all those things have their merits shadow boxing as its merit yoga has its merits yoga i'm needs to be a better fighter but if you learn all the techniques of jujitsu and you incorporate yoga into your training will likely elevate your jujitsu theirs i have absolutely no question that's true and i think that that goes along with shadow boxing if you especially if you're striker if you're a striker and you dont shadow box i think you're doing yourself a disservice i think there is a benefit two visualization and to movement and to theirs there's thing
that happened when you throw combinations in the air as far as your dexterity especially with kicking and your ability to even do combinations without any resistance or without anybody trying to counter you there's a there's benefit in stringing together those wraps does repetition yeah ok so i think there is a better for that and i think so sometimes if i if i go in to stray blast and there's nobody on the map there's no later rolleth tell you what i'll do it i'll just go through the motions like i'll do roles or i'll do go over my back shoulder arms fall down the years mare there's merit to that in that i think i already know how to do it i mean i'm shouldn't sure that i could improve on it without any question at all that is so like you your example
europe is a really good one i think is certainly true that you can use muscles in yoga that you don't and another activity and i think that that those have benefits to emma may in fact be sure they have benefits to a lot of other things so that not just the flexibility aspect and body maintenance there's a lot of good things to yeah i dont do it myself i probably should but if i would i just spent an hour doing jujitsu be bought with you but i think that you can get things out of yoga and get things out of these other activities but you have to be cautious about the room and why are doing these things and the way to get and are ultimately like yeah so you could shadow box at a certain level and again i guess i think we can think about it in terms of the lay up apple again it's not necessarily the late the ball is the corrective mechanism with the lay up the person is the corrective measures in the fight and as long as somebody knows what they are doing and their training in a certain way
it's not necessarily the shadow boxing we'll take one away from one school if its being practised correctly i think carter would take one away from one school but i think that the whole project like if you think about it that's why i think the shadow boxing is such a good example of this what is it that did ok so when someone shadow boxes but the point is to warm up that accomplishes out you could do that with squats to someone arm in arm you could dna whenever a number of you looking at me like your lost no known before wasn't it was all in your head man has a brother again i gotta look like we are talking about now is listening yet what if you think if you think i'm off track let let me know you you might be
little off track in that i think you think there is very little benefit a lot of these activities that i think are primary activities i think if you wanted to break it down what is the only see there's just as broad range of things you can do that you can do to improve all sorts of athletic endeavours like there's a lot of people i don't believe you should do any strengthened auditioning training you should just do technique and she just do sparring there's a lot of people that go that route and then there's other people to think that's absolutely foolish you should primarily especially once you learn the skills you should if your competing he should focus primarily on strengthen conditioning is really it's just about burning your body out and reaching an incredibly high level of cardio so that when you compete you know all these techniques are ready will now have a gas tankers superior to your opponents and that will lead to victory i there's a lot of modalities and his lot of schools of thought couture most out for sick we talk about that for such or
it's interesting to me i see guys who come in who who horse just super strong and i think to a certain extent we need to be careful because strength again amounts being from experience and much else being just conceptually i think there's
tendency for strong guys or big eyes to rely upon their strange your size small man digits is the best judge of the exotic selby both for thinking about learning judges who learned from a little person because little guys like a boiler gracie or even eddie bravo before he started lift awaits eddies quite a bit bigger now but betty was always like a hundred fifty pounds hundred forty pounds so when he was rolling you would always be rolling with big guys indiana rely on perfect technique dear whereas a guy like frank mere whose are very large man has a lot of physical strength and they rely on that yet and i think it will you tell you think deep do you think that if somebody goes in strong and they focus on that often that that can come at the expense of learning technique yes
but here's the problem the concept to strengthen judicial a lot of people think out will you don't squats and dead lives a good examples a guy i've i've had on this progress before as names nick curse on trains have failed or sancho see trains rousillon provide the coffers frame famous boxer but lot of world class athletes joe shilling whose glory t shirt and where no one of their best fighters excellent kick boxer world champion what he's doing is his strength and conditioning programming he trained on a marble renovation and nick does a lot of pliers metric exercises a lot of sprinting a lot of box jumps in all these really unorthodox techniques and the idea is to improve your ability to execute things improve your ability to close the distance who's your improve ability to get out of the way improve your ability to
maintain a high workload through the rounds in a like if you can only throw squid say fifty kicks and around before you get exhausted and if you can improve that through strength conditioning and make it seventy five or eighty you're going to have a significant advantage over the page that you can push on your palm and that is in his opinion and many other people's opinion this is this is a really open debate right now in the world of martial arts because it has not been solved because it relies on somebody variables relies on the athlete themselves their mental afforded to their dedication to their craft how it is their technique in the first place before they embark on a train strength and conditioning program there's so many variables i think the unbox all this into make it a little bit easier for people that are going fuck are they talking about what we are saying is there's a lot of people that have
darted ideas about reality itself and a method for exposing that kind of thinking which is like this sort of dogmatic religious thinking which is its ultimately accepted by all the people around you but never never critically judge now at a really good method is jujitsu and the meaning the reason why jujitsu jitsu such a good method as because jujitsu is one of the few martial arts that you could practice at any age and you could apply to any good also watch
those techniques being applied by other people and when you know just like yesterday i went to the eddie bravo invitation which was at the orphan theatre in downtown i like some of the best judge of fighters in the world we're goin out it and it was really amazing to watch was awesome and it was a crowd filled with thousands of people who are fans of digital and practitioners so really educated crowd and what was cool about that is we all understood like when a guy got to position like our mobile and they do not occur would cheer when someone would get out of a heel who or they would cheer when a guy would be able to tap a guy with a ronicky choked and we were watching all these things play out so there was lessons for me as a summit is not competing sitting in the audience because i've spent so much time doing jujitsu i was watching this sort of these interactions
take place in a very logical tree seeking suitable its truth seeking community exact exact mean when the techniques work the techniques work and by the way interesting is brazilian jujitsu as it was first created or first sort of established came from japanese judge sue and elio gracing carlos gracie who were probably to the most important people ever in the history of martial arts they they sort of manipulated those too needs and improved upon them and made they are more about the submissions and it was about the stand up and the bringing the fight to the ground and in doing so they established a series of techniques and you know we were further those techniques as the basics there are some people in that world that think did the basics are all you need and they don't accept the new techniques and its really fast
because that's essentially how'd you how jujitsu became effective in the first place is because the new techniques that were established by carlos and illegal gracie in all these different movements like the guard like learning how to do trying off your back on these different things which people had no idea and the early you have sees eichmann hoist crazy tapped out dan several members and what the fuck is he doing he's got his legs wrapped around his neck and his arm what is this and then dan's about to go out and tabs airbus i love this is raising while those were in our world completely new techniques well there's a lot of new techniques that are constantly being established now by these young innovative practitioners that some of the old guard are ignoring and that with the real question is is that smart do you just need the basics it's hot debate right now but again this hot debate can be proven that's exactly what i said yes that's exactly right
and if as a result of this being proven somebody doesn't change their mind so the core peace that which really important is belief provision critical thing is all about i made a mistake i was wrong i thought this tuna wada i made a mistake and so if they don't do that then their somehow defeat and in that attitude disposition of critical rationality they but it would seem to me if it could be done constricted people who want to seek the truth this case they want to win against resisting opponent some some would some would accept the data but many have and will end my good friend any bravoes approve example i went with eddie to brazil in two thousand and three and he competed in the world championships and he beat gustavo dantas was a world champ of the time he tapped him in his first fight and then after that he fought taylor gracie who is one of the greatest brazilian jiu jitsu competitors of all time
coil of crises and national hero they closed the other mats off they put a spotlight on the main event and they cycle they thought that toilers gonna wreck this young it wasn't even a black belt time eddie was embrowned out ok and eddy with his unorthodox techniques that people had laughed at tat toiler gracie in front of everybody and he got him of the triangle but gotta be the set up was his rubber guard set up as all these crazy guard set ups in you know his game is advanced light years since then but the point being that people mocked him for that didn't help he went to his next friday fought leo vieira the pact is rib early in the fighting got dominated never lied and almost got tapped but he knows there is also a giant emotional let down couldn't believe you just tap toiler gracie and i'll know is moving on and is finally javier whose of another monster
browning jujitsu hours because a point for the longest time people there was two schools of thought there was the pit the old guard that just did not accept him them openly mocked him and you know do the really criticized his whole move men in his his techniques what champions easy produce how does this doesn't really work i'm real fighters until he had a remark with oil are many years later and just rectum i mean it was it was worse than the first time because while it didn't tat but he got his knee destroyed i mean if you watch a video oil adjust deals with the fact that his knees getting ripped apart while eddies mangled but it was never a moment were who eddie was in trouble he dictated the entire match and we played the fight on on the tv hard gas and had eddie explain what he was doing and even when it looked like horrible was improving the position and it was like no i let him do it
so i could do this and then that i would just as i explained i pulled him back on top of me because i knew if i did that i would be able to move his arm higher up on my shoulder then i rolled in back of onto his back and then i can get deeper in on it in writing when it was explained that it was even more humiliating because you got this guy horribly gracie was a multiple time world champion who just did learn these new technologies feels like show that got these needs out it so this is the application exactly right and if you don't learn it and if you not willing to revise your beliefs and if you're not looking if you're not willing to test this and accept the conclusion which you might think things common sense in the commission is irrelevant roach relevant is what works yet these new techniques that are constantly being innovative their causally changing like it's almost impossible to stay up on all that unless it's
monster part of your life in your absorbing him every day like the leg lock game is this new element that over the last few years is really come into play in a major way thanks to a bunch of guys john daughter her eddie commons gary tone and who won the eighty bravo an invitation lastra these like really highlights practitioners and instructors are constantly adding new improvements to approaches and techniques so it's all applicable it's all you can watch it happen real time and even as someone who is not competing like me sitting in the audience i understand the positions in the movements so when i see this new staff and i see all these new approaches as i while his game just continues to grow and evolve in what would amazing
is when i watch kids classes kid you doing the craziest stuff i mean they really have stood on the shoulders of giants in their doing stuff that just so advanced and i look at that now and i think words like speed gripping how quickly these techniques in this game been advanced in a very very sure programme there is literally been in my lifetime a revolution in the martial arts year it really has i've been saying this for while but i'll say it again the you have sea has chain martial arts so radically that there's been or improvement since ninety ninety three it is much more evolution than there are there have been in the last ten thousand years that's that's real that's a hundred percent true you go back and watch martial arts from ninety ninety three and watch the yossi today its it completely different relevant fascinating that differences of course when you talk about you get to being
but all in all it it's applicable inside you did so the problem is when you get someone is a really good wrestler is an awesome kick box or and you can't use ujiji too you're still gonna get fucked up like a guy like chuckle adele who you're not gonna take down and he's gonna you dead at any rate rest area you means a perfect anti jujitsu but even given that look at that i gave five things that work boxing and wrestling with two of the five they train against resisting opponents right so it's surprise then it may be sometimes comes from a temple background you know i mean you yeah listed that is one of the martial arts dont really work but that's the marshal art that chocolate they'll learn for striking under happily yeah ok so i mean that's another example people can like eyes i saw i kept so you much more first in this
civics than i am but i sorry to oversee gunnar nelson fight and what she did i think it was a background has to someone's head and just round i hold you dick he did know he did i thought you are around house to someone's the backs someone's head he trained in traditional karate for years yes he's brown bound ground yeah and so it's not that these techniques can't be integrated and then they dont work part of the plan visit their sole systems you know it's like instead of picking and choosing show if everybody trained against resisting opponents it's not clear to me that there would be any styles styles would far away rather than and then in that that's the problem that we brought up earlier that you really can't resist you can't train hundreds resisting with kickboxing if you want to dance healthy member of society so that's it gives you the brain damage occurring as i am pretty sure i have brain damage and i stopped really getting hidden ahead when i was twenty two
naturally have been hidden have that much since then but for sure some fucked up in their eyes was watching a guy hit the paths about it brown both a couple weeks ago and i just thought to myself i mean heat the whole thing was moving and i found myself like while like that guy ever hit me i mean out would be it it would just be over and i walked people click the heavy bags have you ever seen melvin manhood kick the paths jesus christ pool melvin manhood trains with trainers name mike mike jim in africa have say less passing year passing year for god's sake is their daughter dutch they're from holland but there's a video is bunch videos of melvin but melvin kicking the paths of damages scandia terrifying
cause he's a super fuck an athlete any training with his really aggressive my tie trainer or kickboxing trainer mike's jim is famous for like guys like butter hurry and and and manhood that are just fuckin ferocious aggressive competitors and manhood is particularly famous for having just unbelievable knockout power he knocked out market you wait a hundred eighty five around he knocked out market level point was probably three underpants and so imagine summit guys or people in their lineage fighting it as one fighting these guys you do curtis does not pads though focused pads see see if you can find one with him there that says that's just my it safe if you could find melvin manhood that's him now that's melvin but they're just sparring there which most of the time they they go
hard but they usually don't go to heart the head yet was it does a hans die so imagine those guys fighting these guys were and make believe land fantasy fancy land right with it we ve played videos many times and recently one hears hills melvin see you some weimar much to do sounds not saying susan but you get a picture of it he's a fucking destroy that switch kicked in the body good lord you watch this guy in real life it's even more stunning because you really can feel the impact when he's taken the paths so the thing about that is that guy knows we can do and he can't do
a lot of these young kids they see a movie with a guy who's beaten up five guys with knives and bats and stuff its total make billy land yeah it emerges people in a culture of make believe me i agree now i could three more and i was in that culture the i withdrew i used to teach it i thought it university in zagreb a huge part of my life and the wake up call that i got was it was a really stunning thing to justice to any was its it was a long progression wasn't as one wake up call it was like one wake up call and then another on and deeper and deeper and deeper than the you have see comes longing fuck it oh oh this is this in then you get this understanding like i live my life none of this illusion yet and the other thing that's interesting to me about that is those are culturally reinforced right there are these
jewels there's the borrowing the master the other people who your friends that you come to do these things with all of that reinforces the delusion it's it's very similar to tour religions the way that religions focus with the difference being that people and religions people who have faith they think they're a bit better people as a consequence of them having faith where very few people in a delusional mush arch think that they think they're good fighters but oh the techniques to dangerous to tasks are we in a we can't we can't do this if you fight we did this would kill you but those cultures of delusion keep people trapped in thinking about things that remove them from reality yeah there's this definitely
some of that but i think there are some good to the idea of respecting a dough joe as a place where you when you walk into like one of the things to be true when i was a kid i saw the keys to the dodge anchors was type windows the korean word i even always there out bow would walk in when i go to work out in the middle the night i gotta go there had keys so i would i would train sometimes i'd show up at midnight i go there and locked the door and go and myself and then but when i stepped in their training area i would always bow and i was like almost going oecd thing her wooden not do it because i in my mind when i like
in trained and taught that when i entered that room i had to bow and even with this fuckin no one there man about myself i always bout i went on my girlfriend microphone was a freak nice girl she wanted a fuck in the in the jim and i was like we can't can't do it like i won't do it we can't do it here because i come on i'm like nope while you are happening was a lost opportunity for you now really fucked the shit out of our factor over time we're like little fuckin rabbits but billy was there was a one place where i wouldn't do it was like we can we can do it here like this
the sacred ground yet so i guess here's my problem with that besides a lost opportunity but it wasn't a lost opportunity for me was an execution of discipline of my mind i guy is very hard for a seventeen year old boy to not have sex with this hot sixteen sixteen year old girl who wanted a bang in this karate dinner type windowed jim i take it for me is that this this what martial arts meant to me at the time was there was the first thing that i had ever done that made me feel wasn't loser so my whole life i'd been insecure or who had moved around allow when i was a kid i didn't really have a lot of friends and i never felt a fit in and i always felt
no my dad and my stepped out as a little distance was all this stuff going on right now there's all these things it just didn't feel right didn't didn't make me feel good then this one thing came along that made me feel good is one thing came on that i've gotten really profession that really quickly and was absolutely obsessed with and i was doing it all day all day and those that was my whole focus of my life sex other than the girl now no national insurance and get it at that protocol but point being like i wasn't willing to sacrifice that like the ideals it's interesting isn't it tell you where you the same today do you think i made you have that notion of sacred with regard to these things are
have that notion sacred when it comes to like a space but i do in terms of like my approach to things like like if i if i'm focused on something like i don't allow myself to get distracted if something is it is it is is critical something's like really important to focus on and i decide to see what i'm doing now now i'm doing this you know it's a white if i may be over the personal but like you i urge you ve decided to do it you're focusing on till it's like a mountain of marriages a contract ok relationships yes like the way you engage with someone you give you care about someone here's a good will not just relationships as far as like sexual relations but friendships we care about someone and you you really enjoy with them in their one of the most important people in your life like when you interact with them i think you should interact with them under that provision or with that thought in mind with that with that
tensions with what mr natasha you care about them very deeply these are important people in my frantically you whatever authentic man like you don't you don't have one like i don't i would never like like a really good friends would never yell at them and you know call them a piece of shit i never want you in my life i say crazy things to people that sometimes people say to vertical hurtful thanks it does mean don't be critical doesn't mean don't correct someone if you see them doing some if it's you forensic do something stupid but now think that's a good example gum because marriage is not something that like it's like something you're trying to do you know marriages like or relationship chairmanships are just there though the reserve their interactions relationships or its different like it should be fun and enjoyable and all that good stuff what i'm talking about is a disappointment
try tease out from you is that when you were seventeen you had this idea of the dodo being a sacred place and you talked about what that meant to you and i'm curious if there's anything that you hold sacred now that's a good question like that not now i've doubling change my ideas about what that even was at the time i think what that was that need for that sacred space in this like intense concentration and purity that environment was really like my my ticket out my ticket out of this life that was really unfulfilling maybe to manhood yeah that definitely to sovereignty personal sovereignty to to realize that it's not that i it's one of them was a loser says i
winner and i had to figure out how to be one i wasn't wasn't all my failures what i was is now and all those failures and all those mistakes and bad feelings that i had those are really just lessons and that now that i have this new focus in this new thing and shown massive positive results i will honour that and that's what it was me did the new focus being one martial arts fighting competing type window so that space the dodo dodging roy presented a sacred place for me because it represented this new ticket i wasn't about a cash at in for some pussy hollow europe's i only idea was my thoughts now my i mean if there's anything i would think that the world like life itself
that environment life itself is that that dodging life itself is that thing so you don't ever want to you don't want to steal you dont want to commit crimes against people you don't want to do things to hurt people all those those those terrible things that we see out in the world if the world was your dough jack if the world was your your church of the world was your sacred place he would never want to commit bad acts in your sacred place that that's a lovely i wish we could figure out a way to tell people adopt those values and i wish we could come up with some way especially when we see what's going on the middle east and we see what's going on the world scene the way were treating our environment or climate
there were some way to make that real unpalatable two people so that we would start being more authentic and more sincere with someone and and i think what you said about it it's not about criticism the way i look at it i think it's about forthright speech you can be forthright in your speech with somebody and not be be be an asshole non you jerk i think those kinds of relationships for me aristotle talks about that too but for me i think that the most meaningful relationships are those people with whom i can be authentic and be myself and be real and those your kind of word sacred though it's i guess that's the one kind of nick i have good you attach to religion well because i attach to the inability to revise some right i attach to the utmost respect yes if we replaced a sacred for respect i think
we'd be awry somebody else's is noises as one things i don't like about labels i liked intent and intent like my idea of sacred is not like god like ass not logos some it's not a deity is unnamed unknown word that's been passed down from person to person based on personal experienced based on a real thing so when i say sacred like my love my love for my children is sacred right now like i say not widow i dont you don't say it like in terms of like harps in the clouds and other cottage as and when we are talking about like being ass all the people you care about like doesn't mean it certainly is a mean on some sort of a perfect person certain does mean that i have been an asshole and at some time when you responding to someone else being retarded or some about being ridiculous you can be an asshole because you don't have the patience ford anymore because you don't have the at the moment you don't have the temperament to
you're not sure yeah what you could be majority could be your overwhelm there's a lot of variables so like if someone here's this and says you know all will man i've been an asshole late maybe i'm a bad person like notes is recognising those moments where you probably could have handled something better and continuing to approve and then also idea is this is a really important one because people have this idea that somehow on third years old i shouldn't be doing this anymore i'm fifty years old i should have learned by now that's all bullshit throw that away toss that shit aside you like these ideas of numbers of people having their head that by a certain age you should stop you are alive and if you are alive and if you are thinking all those numbers that you keep attaching will you know when einstein was thirty heater shut the fuck up stop doing that that that is a waste of your time and stops
to yourself i should be better by now i'm such a total non helping thought what you need to think of is life you're living your life right now and if you ve made a mistake and you're still continued to learn and grow that's out of date and i think part bundle that is greater to real gratitude giant we don't say a prayer and my household but we go around every night we have seven people living with us and we say were grateful for and will you enter a commune when you don't we have it's a lot we have a life save one for china there if it's a long story but what does he do we're going to learn sex slaves in cambodia is familiar we have another woman who's ever cargo contain everybody lives in the garage over there no attention to the banging nobody you know we go around we talk about with their great before it everyone's before and i think that there is something
it's a it's an opportunity to be authentic at that time but it's also like i think verbalizing those things are important so she had just the negative i shouldn't be doing this but deposit look is a general as a general rule of thumb if you ever have any what about it just be kind to people it also is great when you reinforce it with your friends like verbalizing it like i'm a big fan of till i tell my friends i love them all the time like me and my friend like my wife jokes around about it like she goes i don't know any men that tell their friends they love them all the time below my friends do we all tell each other we love each other in love you brother and we have the phantom do with all my friends and i know where we hugging and always saying i appreciate you you know i think it's really important i got a very tight knit group of friends that i care about very much and they're all very there very motivated in their healthy and you know that without so laws but their very they got shit going on in it empowers me yet new
so here s why here's why that's important because you got the tattoos you got build you ve been in the ring your friends with whomever whoever you friends with and i think the weather you like it or not you are in a position particularly with young people to look up to you and that is exactly the kind of behaviour that we want to see modeled it's not emotionally immature forgot a cry at a tragic of it's i tell my friends i love them i told you know people i tell my body over there are incredibly grateful for the opportunity stays howison etc and i think that that kind of we live in a culture that suppressed these particularly males billy for ferment communicate inauthentic way also to experience emotion like this idea of what the somehow or other being stoic has virtue to it especially in the
or face of tragedy or even joy guy some target cry more or for happy moment sometimes and i do for a sad moments but outcry of outcry fuckin cartoons man i almost cried up like they have not tunnel i'm not trying to cartoons but yeah it's interesting i think that that journey from you as a seventeen year old too now i mean there's some really core lessons for people out there are struggling with maybe two issues of sexuality or issues of field hate the world and then on good enough whether they their self esteem issues are there and i think that the inhabitants yet acceptance and that's what we are what we all want to be loved and look so i'm i'm i'm forty nine yardstick i'd much rather be people say about me hey you know peter really good guy then peter really smart guy singing i want i want to
i want to embody those virtues but but more than that i think that the story that you told there it's it's something that's accessible to people in its a type of thing that we need to do we need to figure out how to move our culture towards these more humane ways of deal with people and my own opinion is that we don't need superstitions to do that you are perfect example that right we don't need people making objective claims about right coordinating and times to bodies like the dilemma wait a minute you don't think the dalai lama is a reincarnated series even now is there i thought you didn't leave your long conversation didn't you see my buddha israel airbrush mobutu right there see that's a fighting a flake our cards article bullshit on that and class and everybody will freak out worse if i say jesus working on water and i do but if
you start moaning buddhism people like bullshit you know how could you how dare you never know lama is so cool his friends stephen cigar well the actually saw them years ago together do in their little thing they're all gets connected night i added psychedelic trip there is our bunch golden buddhas sets lsd about no the empty
one is that that like literally that guy like in that position but there was fractals with millions of them infinite numbers of them was very strange so that's what happened pillar put this guy made it for me i wish i remember this was a fine it somewhere help throw up on instagram i think it's on my answer and picture and i find it but yeah all of those things all those things are not necessary its but i think we are necessary i call these the false beliefs and all the things that what they are like scaffolding i feel like this
scaffolding for like evolution and i think that that's ultimately the benefit that religion does provide is in these insane beliefs in the sky gods and all these different things and we show reverence to these these deities and they have these rules you must follow otherwise would be punished in those rules there becomes order and then the order become society and that's that's something that people always like the fall back on like we are at juday christian south founded society and our judeo christian ethics like i saw some woman who is arguing about me terrorists and that was like one of the big things this is this this country was founded on judeo christian ethics so what these were founded on eating bananas he's anymore it's like it's such a stupid fuckin like just because something is found
on something that's illogical doesn't mean you should began have reverence for that illogical things perfectly stated that's part of the problem i think with once we make idea sacred yes and its they become much more difficult if not impossible to revise george bush saying which is actually invite abusive or listener to listen to this he's prayed about the war in iraq he knows i'm not wants him to do so the more you do that it becomes a reverse i should have a bit about that were george bush was like you now that he's prayed about the war in iraq and no bless the troops imagine if he said instead of that we have found say he is in afghanistan and we're moving tanks in that area ever like well what the fuck did you do so that's the that's to draw that's the line than we do you know him he's endplates he prayed to vishnu or something i mean you're not allowed to say that you know the devil do not allow to say
devils real i knew you'd never hear the president bring up the devil they'll bring up god god bless the troops they'll never say satan is at work and satan is in the heart some minds of these as these enemies they never say that it's so preposterous that were slowly as evolution as thinking evolves and changes no evolutions run warfare but it improves and expands we are no longer accepting the idea of satan like culturally culturally satan was an accepted thing hundreds of years ago it was parallel i d like if you look dimensions of satan and dimensions of god they were right up there too your blaming saint none the bad things in your praising god for the good things that's no longer the case now we just cling to these absurd notions of this one that's watching us all the time and you
sort of peripherally mentioning casually reference it without going into detail and near allowed to do that because it makes people think what you're on the same payments me you're a god feelin kurt fair unchristian man like myself i'm a god fearing christian men myself as well god bless you god bless you is what an hour but if you got satan is looking out for you platonists watching you right now satanist let near at your tyres like the euro that guy's a fuckin idiot you know we ve moved pass satan but we have a movement exactly i or the idea of god even the meaning there is some all knowing entity that is controlling everything and in is filled with love and has a grand plan for the universe they have yet to show themselves these is all just a concept in an idea with no basis in fact and as we have found more fact about the nature of reality in the world itself its more and more preposterous with every day every day this site has come up with these
new equations that show that the way the universe could have possibly be been formed and that every day that these fuckin guys at cern laboratory they did the large hadron collider are discovering these what were at one time theoretical particles showing them to be true in their calculations to be correct world have it we have a deeper and deeper understanding of the universe but we think now we love to think there right now that were filled with knowledge and we'd love to look at ourselves now and look at the past as well they didn't know back but we know now but if we looked in the past they would have the same ideas they would look back of those poor monkey people with bananas and ngos and dummies it even no houses yet we will one day look back at two thousand fifteen click what a bunch of fools what a bunch of ridiculous people that were still
they have this incredibly complicated society in this wonderful access to information yet they were still shackled down by ideology and killing each other over religion and ancient superstitions that the dictated their behaviors like would have weird time to be in them they'll look at the look at us now two thousand fifth and also what a strange time this is at a less period of of of enlightenment weather do they're still concentrating on stupid shit president of the united states can open we talk about god and everyone no one knows what is god what are you saying what are you saying you think gene this came back from the debt we what do you think you think someone walked on water do you believe in little translation you an old testament guy or new testament guy swat notice from now until the new testament was made by constantine was a fuckin roman emperor
who wasn't even christian didn't even believe it he was he was he was he was he became a krishna fuckin deathbed like that's when he became a christian i got these people that are really into the new testament and like all talk about old testament shit and people get mad at me on twitter they'll semi it's fuckin hated you understand mother fucker what differences in the old testament the new testament because the new testament utter horseshit was created by a bishop and a fuckin emperor that's a fact that's like established religious fact like everyone where it came from and not only that was written hundreds of years after the death of jesus so what are you talking about because we're talking about the old stuff you gotta go deep what you'll go to the dead sea scrolls go go to go to the fuck and go to the most ridiculous aspects of that and tell me you basing your life on that because that's even more preposterous they found him in clay pots and calm on written on animal skins these peoples i was flattened son was seventeen miles away
they really did and work this is where are we going to live our lives this is it is all the facts we need fuck the large hadron collider fuck cern fuck move stephen hawking fuck quantum physics fuck neil de graf thyssen fuck those due to their tell us but now that we're gonna base it on leather skins and an charcoal ink really that's that's of this the conversation you were having talking about ideological religions that was a thing of beauty bodily thanks that was a thing of beauty that's what it is i mean an in people think we renew use your nurse or you're what do you believe in had a guy you yell at me at a colleague club once because i did this bit about scientology adieus bit about scientology about why jeanne scientology documented with my mom who made me go to catholic school and my mom think scientologists religion ridiculous my motive
and this guy like you what do you believe in what do you believe in like what intractable even sometimes too have to bully even everything has been proven i believe and this is made out of wood and i'll act it went on proven wrong right would change or my goes back to the jujitsu thing gets yeah but when you also think about it what an unbelievable arrogance to think that you know the will of the creator of the universe you know what he wants you to do you know what he wants you put your genitals i mean like what you said if lawsuits call the problem of induction are looking at the passion the pass pass resembling the pass and we will back there is actually no question in my mind that your correct and we will say while we believe this this was how could we possibly believe this but which interesting to me as we know that that will happen like we know that that will happen in its an opportunity for us to reflect and say why are we being arrogant right now
thinking we know things we pretending to know things when we don't know them and i think i think that a lot of that god talk is a type of arrogance i think it's a type of people i don't know wanting to assert our moral they are so they reap advantages that president or i mean i think it's a very complex social and even political problem but it's also a type of arrogance it is dead what type of arrogance and it's also a way that people established the moral high ground here they establish a dominant social position over you and the people love to do that they love to do that with their pious attitude with their doing is by by them adopting these religious tenants they are somehow superior to you and something don't do that you know i shared hunting camp with this guy i don't need it my name is a wonderful guy who was an l counter and disk
would get up in the morning every day before everybody we ve got a fucking early in it we would leave the camp by six a m so this guy was up i would get up to take shower like five a m and this dude was up reading the bible and he never talked about it and he ever talked about like god or jesus or any the route but to him it was a way that he explored these ideas and how he related to the world and in application this guy was a friend asked again absolutely he was a wonderful guy like he was he was kind and it was like when you had converse issues with them he was generous and it was very friendly and it was curious anyone you know asked these really introspective question as he was a good guy i think that's what matters i think matters less whether not someone is an atheist or not or hindu and i think what matters is how we treat other people i think what matters if we're kind to people if we listen to people if we do our best
to engage them honestly in authentically and often we two caught up in well what is summons really especially now with the republicans going bizarre berserk what this horizontal just crazy disgraceful while you now what did you see that videos fantastic video that has been put out recently i think by some guys in holland where they were cause it's in another language well yeah i saw that would put a cover the poor the koran's cover on the bible red passages to people on the street and asked him what do they think about us and you know they work while they know this is ridiculous and this is outrageous and it was off from the bible like like hilarious hilarious shit that a lot of people don't know is in the bible and boots when you even bring this up he bore already your question i believe these farming at the mouth and fuming and that fucker you feel my phone get heavy from we hate tweets right now
it has come into your fuckin questioning your reality remains very uncomfortable when i got to work right isn't that the eggs same issue with someone doing a fantasy marshall are all a hundred percent i've had conversations with people where there are fucking furious at me because i don't believe in their death touch i've had a conversation people they like you know you are arrogance a nearby and martial arts and you are in a position of of influence because of your bureau you work for the u s see and what you're doing is you're you're fucking because you're you're not telling the truth about certain stop right there did you stop abandoned but but you we if you're like being like i said i was martial arts that the dough jangle so sacred to me when you have sex with my girlfriend there that represents like such an important part of their life it's so lucky for me that had happened during my format
period where i was exposed to reality at a young age where i had to accept it as i got jesus i had to accept that these techniques dont really work all the time some of them work but you have to learn all the other stuff for them to work at all yet i wonder about again so few people written about this i wonder about the experience that you had of that and i heard of that we were in the same boat realizing over time that these things just didn't work and we had wasted our time and i wonder how similar that is to someone's escaped from a faith in a like controversy people that have escaped from calls at folks on that used to be in courts kurt metzger is a perfect example hilarious stand comedian friend of mine and you know he was in jehovah's wit
so what'd ya think so and he you know he won't accept any stupid shit now because he's like in his like not like when it comes to the regressive left and some of these ideas which is where you have to look at something in a certain way and you can't look at in the near the way it's a dogma and he's gonna know i've seen this before i know what this is what you're doing it you're you're saying you have to think a certain way that's bullshit with boylike it can be discussed argue q can discuss certain aspects of people's behaviour or gender identity or gender programme is in fact not only cannot be discussed but it has to be discussed at what we have to have arenas and a lot of people have been writing about this lately i wrote about my book and i tweeted about if
we have if we're not allowed an opportunity to have a conversation then extremist will step in with the answers like trump is great example so we have to create spaces talk about spaces is probably another option to the conversation is the regressive left we need to create opportunities for people two four sincere inquires to engage things and right now we don't have that and again i i can bring it back to you here too i mean you could just think about what would happen if you know this is a technique you do this babar it sacred we don't question it then you'd never get to the truth you deny people the opportunities that they need to figure out things for themselves zero percent two percent and i think martial arts is an excellent vehicle for that though one of the things that was explained to me when i was really young
really did sank in my instructor was a disciple of general che young he who is the founder of type window he was taught to troops and he was link or the guys like really home the techniques for maximum power and efficiency in leverage and he they had this idea that martial arts was a vehicle for developing human potential and i read that when i was like fifteen and of our is used that phrase i think that's what such a massive would yet what do you mean by such a massive what well it's it's it's soap lear when you when you understand that what will you go through life life is filled with questions adversity puzzles different things have to figure out you have to ask yourself examining your own behaviour of joy
the reasoning that all these different variables that come into play when it comes to life and i think those are highlighted in the realm of martial arts because marley if you can land a kick and you knock someone out then that that happened that work you were in the ultimate like especially the ultimate fighting chapters the perfect example but this is there's no a higher level of problem solving than problem solving with dire physical consequence because your emotions are on the line your fears anxiety their sole there so many fight or flight mechanism in place their self doubt there's you know how much the plan that did you truly execute in training did you give everything you had did you reach your full potential most people go through life without even coming close to their full potential and they live life in this this week
fog of uncertainty and of regret and of of of this feeling that they're not accomplishing what they want to that they're not achieving therefore essential and that martial arts is a vehicle for developing potential because through the very difficult training through pushing yourself when you don't think you can and through this overwhelming desire for comfort we don't want to get out of bed where you dont want to do the training will you would rather just below it often don't go to class by forcing yourself to do that it is ages the muscles of disappeared the inner muscles here and it also you
stand about accomplishing goals in about reality okay so basing silk sat is just so important again is jujitsu richer when you defeat somebody like you you you worked really hard new tabs him and help you get a sense of you get a little us before myself my i feel good clawlike i worked for this guide hard in horror i work in my baseball bat choke now and i feel pretty good so that activity your hard work brought you to a point in which you would tat somebody out and as a consequence of that you feel self esteem what we have done is we have inverted the system we tried to teach self esteem absent any accomplishments that's not the way it works self esteem as a by product of hard work of something that you have done
as a direct result of an accomplishment so every every few years they give americans they give excuse all around the world a test i read this inner martin grosses the conspiracy vagrants many years ago use me in the test is like hey all these people in the world of koreans the industrialized world the japanese germs are they took this how do you think you did in relation to the americans consistently scorn bottom quartile in terms of their math and science how well they did and in comparatively but they score students early high number one almost always in terms of self esteem we have taught the wrong things we focused on the wrong things our school systems have been oriented toward the wrong things and i think again you can just bring that back to jujitsu and look at it look after you don't you you couldn't possibly you could
someone all the self see you walk in they get to wipe out you teach him to feel good about themselves do this do this to this but doesn't work you know this is you could get a lot of the lessons for martial arts of a lot of difficult endeavours you know i just don't think you get the problem solving aspect at the it's such a high level of some people find that in rock climbing because it's scary and in accomplishing and then getting through that you you you learn about yourself you learn about your ability to adversity and add to face your fears but i think that martial arts it is a more intense version of it because there's all is connected to combat and to this the physical challenge of overcoming another human being and it's one of our biggest fears on our biggest fears
and falling off of mountain is being dominated by another human being getting your ass kicked in conflict where we have a long history of war mean i was talking to me i heard them gasped the jargon yet the seal guy repugnance it he's an awesome guy but we were talking about conversational how my friend duncan trestle i said that in wheat was can a revelation for both of us my shoe history is a history of the wars that's when we talk about human history it's like duff that happening between the wars and you know some inventions but mostly the wars that most of the history he now where whether its world war want or world war two or vietnam or others
always different conflicts that happened in those are the bulk of our history only when we consider the errors in the past we consider that the ages of the different things that happened we consider the king s car napoleon alexander the great knowledge different things happen when considering war yeah out a glove and a little tangent if your mind it makes me think i've been thinking i told you my body over there about life in the universe in this thing called the fermi paradox whereas everybody and i wonder if that certainly paradox being well mounted life must be out there like why haven't we ve been contacted i consider that to be
just an extraordinarily interesting question here but i wonder if what you just said that our history has been a history of war i i wonder if inherent in every species that has evolved they ve had this similar history of war you know because they ve been subject to different evolutionary mechanisms and pressures and such like different atmosphere you have but i wonder if its conflict over resources conflict over you know whatever maybe we have another gender or something i wonder that's just intrinsic in the nature of life i think it is i think what's intrinsic in the nature of life is that sort of problem solving and that nature wants to find the best method of achieving the goal and so the methods that are ineffective die off and that's why ninety percent is living species that have been on this planet earth
linked they no longer exist because they weren't effective enough to be to keep reproducing and you can say no with a lot of them because people wipe mile people or evil people are horrible people the dominant species since its is what species do mean many animals have wiped out animals in others there is a real issue right now with wild pigs and ground nesting birds because while pigs being invasive species there dealing with these birds nest on the ground that didn't have these animals hunting them and or aviation is a hunting this there eating their eggs so did that in an effective way after diet yeah they is an effective way to take care of your eggs can't leave on the ground or place where these fuckin pigs are rooting up everything and eating everything in front of them so they did good now to get your if they dont adapt and there'll be no gas is absolutely wrong and you know people say oh it's so evil would so awful would you
a world fill with only the spot it out now ok with a spot it i will dies off its cause it sucked aims i am not saying we should kill the spot it out but the mother fucker didn't make it ok the other animals are still here and eagles are still here and got by the way you wouldn't want to world filled with all eagles either and there's a but different between equals and salmon if the eagles the salmon we're going replaces the eagles you know if the eagles make the stamp the salmon extinct we're gonna be like what the fuck eagles it's you know it's why are we so you're talking about this and in the back of my head for i mean you're an absolute right in the back of my head i'm taking waidelich the so we're having a conversation right you and our target if i say let us talk about that some of that stuff and class that's when you get the whole tree morning stabilization stuff again like a freak out but look this is really important i mean you're too talking about species you're talking about survival you're talking about taking care of the planet and you know how do we
the concerns of the spot owl against the logjam in utopia about some really important things and the real or to arm offended i can't think of what makes me upset makes me think that maybe will you soon university's won't be the plan we will have to have these discussions out of the universities which were really beat but you're great for you in your show it took but it's terrible society its terrible from university it's terrible first it is in a sense of ceased to have these sorts of conversation when you those children scream at that professor at yale and then you find out that guy was disciplined and like went where they fired but they deep down there are i think they resigned yeah we're fucked you but i think i think liberals are eating themselves i think the left is literally arrested arrest i'd like there's a dead ass mobutu the that's good point because liberals in terms of
what social change and progress and you know acceptance of various different people having its wonderful great but i think that this regressive laugh with his very rigid ideology what you can't can't say and the behaviors what they they engage in enforcing these things i think it's preposterous and i think that ultimately what's to happen is you're not going to have these kind of structures these these these places where people go maybe learning things online it's gonna be a lot worse before gets better in the hall thing is that many religions are not an academia and when we tell these stories people they think that this crisis making this would you are and academia so explain it from our first person perspective so i give an example so i hadda an individual in class and deed
you're not even part of the class and right in the syllabus i put in this entire class the trigger warning like the whole thing aid as you had a right that i put it in there but so few rose rigour warning it right in the syllables the whole thing i love the fact even use trigger warning right trigger warning so forget stupid in the hope that we'll see here's what happens because i was actually just brought up in charges again and if you don't do that then you know people can say what you did warn me what surely i did i warned you the first day at an eighteen natalie's syllabuses it bold in caps syllabus in increased fought so everybody class is a trigger one of the whole thing the whole thing and you know i went to the dean whatever unease question about things on my mind i sitting i hate it's in the thing said well can you see how people could be offended by this often unlike of course be politically by every day we have been debating time we're talking about the woman whose offended because darth vader was black right
anonymous nbc the durban tweeted today which is one of the damas fucking things i've ever seen in my life she saying that star wars is raises because guy darth vader black meanwhile darth vader not black hawk the mask off you can't live under their song i'm i'm not gonna say i can trumped up but let me give a couple examples of sky workers as some of you and that's another white guy fucking idiot so is this woman is in the class and i give a class the eta she'll class she says i've never seen so many micro aggressions in i think now is the class knowledge values and rationality we use whereas his book the moral landscape and that class and we talk about when we talk about heavy things you know we talked about isis we talked about cultural relativism we talked about is there a way to make cross cultural joe i mean we're talking about things that frankly people in college should be talking about because they vote their citizens in a democracy and they need to engage these issues
college professors are petrified they're just it in a sense i understand that because it's a theft of one's time my case i don't care because i have no opportunity i was told point blank that you'll never get promoted you could publish ten book from harvard and we won't promote you so once i found that out i said well you turbo too there are one so why is it let me start yes so so warm i saw it was really interesting to me so she she gets up and she said i have never been so micro grass the guy's racist and this is something that again was not even resides in the class ass there was not even in the class and you know i i thought why like what my first music is this person totally insane or did i say something that was really horrible what were the microbes lessons that she was signing well i focusing the racist part so i said well would it what did i say wouldn't i six if i
it's something that was racist i really do want to know because i don't want to be the kind of person so that their belief revision think so she said you use the example of star trek in a class and you were shocked when the woman when when she she pointed the woman she did not she's right i was shot i was genuinely i was almost flabbergasted that she never heard of starch like i industry and not watching it but she never heard of and then i use the example of the example of maryland manson night she that you assumed that that she participated in white culture so that racist or get now so at yet so from her own manson is why culture yeah ok so these alike so now we can really drill down in this and think about the need to find a forum black fans of maryland mass and i'm sure it's out there it gotta shrill form so now we can really unpack this insanity so so
she's she tells people that everybody should file a complaint against me and i said ok well you know well let's if you you you look anybody is freed frida file complaints you have the number i said would you like to pool put around the board you want to have a conversation with me no you're too far gone you're too far gone on as you like start mentioned our travel far why don't i the thing it's like the horses in one way runs off furiously all directions i hope that's amazing that people do though they say i can discuss it with you you're too far gone that's a symptom that's a symptom of space say spaces tree warnings are like than legwork grannie runs in your mind i cannot speak to you will not get infected your horrible our ideas which come from you are too far gone rip repent pater so so here i mean this was she sang just the edges varies very little narrow it's very similar on the left so what you say so here's what sitting so surely blackburn works
awesome if she was white no she was ass she was hispanic tat so one of the things that that she was or maybe night at an hour she set her name was like she rolled arousing remember what how dare you racist in the first name as a negative montoya the first thing i censurers life literally when she told her name is that i'm sorry if i can't pronounced gotta though mundane upon so here's what s interesting about that so obviously she's been inculcated
she is incapable and i don't want to pay pick on her because an assent she's just a victim right she's a victim of this malicious ideology that running across campuses now but people like that are not capable of engaging in entertaining ideas because they have this the university protects them they can say they ve been addressed they can as they can say they ve been kind of violated will like cognitive intellectually violated but which really interesting about that two things one she thinks that she can arbitrate everybody else's reality so she thinks i can understand if i say some unease offended by it or i say no type window it but she thinks that the regression thinks that they arbitrary people's reality and they know what other people should be offended by
which is an amazing but here's the really interesting part i love star trek i'll show you might my daughter and a sec offscreen i love star trek on j clia no but she's asian so an star trek it has everything to do with claws it has every it has everything the deposits emphasis it as if this is what it is because the woman the one i was shocked hadn't heard star trek was asian researchers no who had heard a star trek two different women know that there were two women one was the woman who said she's never been so offended in whole life and the other one when she's when unless she said in her her had heard of it because it was white culture so ok and so i am an archive and our children are the few there's a woman in the class i use a star trek example she hasn't heard of it i'm right stunt unless i can't believe it and i use marilla manson example she hasn't heard of it i'm shocked the other woman the regressive now you're the one who's watch yet one is watching the regressive leftist says
your racist such sunday there remain only reject word already now i understand yes so confused i thought you were talking about the all these interactions i said the woman who's the regret regressive also hadn't heard about starts getting that's that's a problem of market regulation not your understanding since poligized show ok so what what real it was really a thing to me about that is that she identified that person on the basis of race not me she was assuming she made it what when your hammer everything looks like a nail when your regressive leftist every single thing you think of his race gender oppression intersection reality which is parenthetically i have never heard of any action now at any time section eleni at any time you hear someone use that word you can automatically assume their regressive leftist and the next thing out of your mouth there must be some kind of smear campaign is a hilarious video of stephen prouder going
two people and ask them what their prefer i saw that answer you ice i almost retreated that but i thought you know what i'm gonna throw me off right now i gotta know that gets what is that they have really infested the highest levels of academia and it's funny these diversity offices they report directly to the present like they their offices in search of tasks but back to this example so she was the one who defied the person on the basis of their race she identified me on the basis of their race of europe because somehow somehow there's there's a thing called white culture she knows what it is she offended on someone else's behalf i more white sis gendered heterosexual uses gender use that term well we're ok you being foresees a term that real ok it's a question of how does it work is a question of being forced to use it but but that's on a real
i guess i'm a decade the whole thing is bullshit brown face no one said that sis gender is awareness in the idea being that you shouldn't have to say transgender because transgender should be normal it's nor altogether do i want to be transgender it's like it's it's so normal that by saying transgender you making it abnormal choice it say sis gender driver people who aren't transgender meaning if you are a male and you identify as being a mail you are assist gendered metro you fuckin mail i quit we're adding old here's the thing about adding all this extra shit to define things that are already and by the original word if we don't need that you're doing it to prop up transgender like that's the idea to make it so it's even will process right regular gender care trans with light so now so ok that was up another group the explanation so now why do these people do this well that's a long story but one
value that responsible for that is radical egalitarianism everything to be radical everybody has to be equal yes interesting though how then they have these diversity initiatives and diversity requirements we need more faculty of color and i actually think that's that can be a good thing in some circumstances but what they mean is they mean diversity in the most narrow bigoted kind of away they mean in terms of skin color they don't mean it of ideological divisions they're out there hiring you eel republicans in libertarians or conservatives but the other thing that's interesting is that you know i think it was it was on sam's podcast douglas more he said we're gonna be talking about proponent of the big thing maybe time opponents while these people are still sneak in nukes in our cities it is eight failure to morally trash it is a it is a system wide failure that that's trickled down individuals within the system to make it almost impossible
them to make discerning judgments about things and so we have this consequence now of an entire our generation of students whose being trained not only to suspend moral judgments but to think there better people of as being a result and its also beautiful bizarre coming from academia because if you think about what an a university is macadamia like a lot of people that are in academia went to college wanna grad school their masters the phd star teaching never entered the real world state in the sheltered environmental and now they're dictating this sort of behaviour in thinking they it like it godogo in which they never it's the everybody's training with everybody else in the dodo rights i tell you all my short the whole thing can be said that lends and in that this radical ideology coming in this area and wanting to redefine reality absolute in area they are not there
going out into the real world and experiencing the congo is crazy florida parts of the world and understanding like you're dealing with like an inherent problem with the human race you can't redefine it by arranging pronouns and scratch any really is the most insidious form of cultural myopia like they think they have latched onto sometimes they just making shut up they think latched onto some universal truth about reality and now they have this moral and and i think that the the moral underline moral impulses that they have a pretty good once you know you don't treat people differently in the so the ices journey be a basically a corporate utopian idea and i know it i think that the latter being a lot of enforcing it banana forcing kindness and compassion and understanding and trying to promote this like pause
other shaming docks ok turkey so that the other peace that we need to understand here the other pieces the tactics in the techniques and these people have really done a number on me or they have attempted to they they mistake me for someone who gives a shit i really dont care but the other thing is these people are just the most mean spirited nasty vituperative through a two part of tat you ve heard that one now to close our google that go to that vote to postpone the eid to pierre idea tat we ve to prohibit means like a nasty name kai son of a bitch costs more than one day while the two protective like it better these do you like it that's a pensive to fuck it but it's there
you can these people are also characterized by the strategy's they use with when they are engaging people the smear tactics if you say we think a few question are you challenge or racist your big it your home afford but what that does is that shut down the conversation that's the end of the conversation so they have more it really is not if they marginalize you it's this rise of the victim culture linking everett like victims are esteem now what i character i think i can find parallels one i was talking about again with but with martial arts is that like the dough joad to me was sacred because this was something that was trend forming me and changing me from a loser to someone who had like a possible outcome that was positive potential arrow at a path out i think a lot people they come from environments where maybe their parents we're fucked around
says store dom or they didn't like their lives or are they ve been raped or some kind of physical trauma yes that's good point had horrible experiences with bad people or you know and you know maybe beauty in high school bullied fucked with and now they found some culture with there being not just accepted but that its invigorating to em like other and they were going to change this world and we're gonna make things awesome for people and we're gonna u now we're gonna make what the ask people what their preferred gender pronouns eyes is so important we really need to get on and there there there living in this environment and again you're dealing with a really young people like like i was when i was young and i was looking at this this stage of my life is this trend formative journey that i was on and i was dick wholeheartedly dedicated to it the maybe that's what they're doing this is their transformative joint yet i think that's right and what they are and i was going to others gather
pushing dirty they're using the mechanisms of the university to impose them says i think that's right but the very things that we need reason and rationality a laboratory they can liberate as they can emancipate us again jujitsu is like that you can test ideas you can you know it's like it's a son of a bitch to have a guy had a guy on me like three policies like nereid me and then skull ride me i mean it's just not very pleasant expert repose sound very gay rioting that's sick all right that's a micro aggression is migrant so i wanted to get back to that that protest because i don't think we completely finished it we're gonna have a finnish stop i'll get wouldn't was gimme that which protests that what this woman there was saying all this stuff about you that you know your racist and i get ok so i use the word hurt well before so one of the reasons that's really hurtful to me is because my daughter's asian ryan and now the age of twitter and saying i'm outrageous our black friends
no it's no it's different beginning thine eye minority but but just think about just think about it for a second you know like my otto grows up in this personal michael no you know it's like hates asians or whatever rightly arrests even think innovations isolate guy like star trek right so so you know though things tend to have a life of their own and then it's like oh bugojno he's the guy who hates asians right he's the guy whereas run out i'm just the guy who and this is the early point i was gonna make the very thing that these regresses one of the things that they don't understand a perhaps the most important is that reason is laboratory what we can emancipate ourselves reason rationality but only way to do that the weight that reason access lubricant is in social discourse like we need to be able to have conversation its non negotiable free speech is no
a negotiation it is pure and so these people they wanted disant fight people a faint and agree with them as opposed to having you know an alternative speaker for their point of our debate i am not a fan of debates but or debate but what they want do as they want to shut down the discourse but let's take that at a deeper level and take a look at that part of the problem with that is is that i firmly believe and i think i have evidence for this overwhelming evidence actually pedigree at long pedigree in western intellectual thought we can derive our values we can sit down and i can talk to you and we can figure out look at the black statute era hendricks there we can figure out why we shouldn't discriminate against people on the basis of their skin color but the only way we can do that it's not mad it doesn't come from a want is is that you need to be able to ask questions right so we can figure
things out in discourse in dialogue that's how we figure things out people want to shut down discourse but if they do that then they become their own enemies there the worst type of ideologues because they have beliefs but they haven't derive those police so those beliefs or then sacred right ass yes and the only way there we're taking away the one thing that we need to figure to figure stuff out it's like their introduced you they're taking whither resisting in this case we are taking away the dialectic that dialogue re speech open inquiry believe you say things on campuses without being smeared is a racist and homophobic bigot right your hundred percent right your honduras or right you couldn't be more right about that aspect of this whole dilemma that they are trying to stop the debate because i think part of them knows what they're doing is ridiculous
just like the that she gone master that want to shoot you cross the rules in question they they kind of no they ve gotta know they deceive daddy question right so that is what i have really been thinking about do they know that their ideologies are bankrupt do they know i mean an end again i'm thinking about guys the topic rise ass long green glint glenn green walled genk the young turks like when you have to make shit up and lie it makes me think that you're not genuine about your beliefs that you're not authentic like i would just mention to some of the other i have no problem talking to someone who tells me with total sincerity hey you know what i believe there was a talking snake like i can have a conversation with that guy he sincere at one percent sincere there they say this is why i believe but the regressive
you can't it's almost import the one thing you need you and you can have a conversation cause if you ask a question your your spirit you become a whole smear campaign so incredibly frustrating on the visual level but then when they have institutional support of this stuff then when they have woven their tent calls into academia into you know very high positions in its across the united states western europe and again remember there is a hierarchy of things you can talk about you know that there is an end if you want to figure sum if you can figure out the relationship you mean this would be epoch you figure out why i love freedom of languages to hear in the show figure out why feminists are in bed with islamists and we got something because this too he is one of the most
bizarre fascinating disturbing grotesque i mean if they were ever group who act if you mean it's even worse than the form baltic states and soviet union who the only military alliance in history their primary objective was to attack themselves this is even worse than that these people you could not possibly find a group of people who are more at the fair till then the most rudimentary feminist values than the islamists it is not simple never has existed but yet these people are in bed with each other happens over and over again i mean this wholesome if we laugh in its awesome it's it's just it's the poetry of the bizarre is it's it's it's it's some bizarre folly very strange
very strange but it's their brown unique in the uk as a part of that out about brown p that pointed and openly mock christians yet that that's right you you can you can walk christians there's something about a skin color that's the trumps other things think about every second these people the only people this isn't my line a rather somewhere but the only people who care about race or racists and regressive leftists these people are look regressive left really are the new racist they really looking at we think in terms of race and sex and i think there's a lot of sense sex there's a lot of sexism and the regressive laugh because they don't really like men and there's a lot and time masculine ideology that gets perpetrated on people who probably thinking like you're supposed to be more soft gender didn't gender supposed to be a fluid thing you're not supposed to be overtly masculine that's nonsense how come you can be
firstly feminine once you become transgender how come outcome you pay for woman wants to wear like a push our broad have our tit spoken out a short skirt and high heels and a lotta make up and do your hair up that girls giving into the patriarchy flood if a transgender does it you go go if a transgender man on a sudden adopts those yes so a traditionally feminine views it hypocrisy but it's even worse than hypocrisy because it just stop there would be something but it's this idea that these people they think that they can dictate to other people how they should live near when you see a guy who's a power lifter ok some big fuckin giant like you know that matter a throne or the mountain guy and among us i met this guy this one didn't say hi to disarm the you have see its past weekend fuckin gigantic and a huge these thing with conor macgregor guy awesome here
obviously legs being flocking huge he enjoys picking shit up a moving around he enjoys breaking records what do i give a fuck why would i carry seems like a nice guy like the idea that this even if he's an asshole but what the basic eating is the but he's doesn't seem to be at that my point is like there's no he's he's not doing anything right arable ike but you would look at that and decide that this person living life in this way is a negative that he's masculine and he's a part of the problem and rape culture and i was just just picking big shut up and moving around you can almost innocuous thing right that one could do wiser wise it because he's firstly masculine wiser battling what have you just was put to sea on energy into swimming and this guy just like the swim across the fucking ocean would you freak out about that now it's like its is this feeling there
this guy is becoming this thing i find oppressive even if he's not doing yet so so it's ticked so their ideologues we got that and they subscribe two ideas that are just not in accordance with reality and i think and i am not using the term regressive here i think general liberals in general tend to believe that can change social system somehow an end and i i think that there is lot of truth in this house even picks even bigger kind of in a blank slate deconstruct some of these ideas but liberals think if you could only change the institutions in society then things would by definition be more fear and more equal were born blank slates and you know it's all of these disparities inequalities come about as a result of problems within the system to spare you note inequalities the system is look you unless you are really an idea log on the right you would be hard pressed to say you know
why why shouldn't we try to do our best to create systems of justice that are more fair i'm a big fan of genre any reasonable person would say that but these people they don't believe in differences beat beat think that their door nonviolent the differences between men and women are not biological they think that their cultural artifacts they think that you know i don't know if you want to go to whole race thing but the racing is no but they think that raises only skin deep there there it's a social contract you know rather than saying we're why jewish women get tee sec syndrome white or black guy black people get more single cell anemia begin unite notice my hesitancy in discussing these things because i know that in time you bring this up this is an opportunity for people to smear you tell your big a racist homophobia and anne oh and it also the pinnacle of identity politics were there
things that i say or discredited or they get me because i'm i'm situate the body that i am the sexuality i had no choice over whatsoever and they that is an opportunity to discredit my speech i mean the whole thing is just its it is literally if you could say well let's let's make it first of all the things that we can write down to make it impossible to solve our problems these people they have the list i mean they have the gold standard for the list he adds it's a very good point i think one of the most important aspects of this is what you said about silencing debate and the debate and discussion the only way we figure things out and i dont know i met you today i know you because of your work i know you because of your associations with friends of mine like sam harris but i i don't know
you're thinking into i talk to you and when i talk to you i gotta ok i see how i see signs that are he sees things in a different way and it's hard for people to do that because we have this rigid of ideas that we have in our head and we would like to reinforce those on everybody gets it makes life simpler of using the way i think and i think how you think it's perfect right so that's when we bring judges then again right so that's why the problem is when we hang out with people who only believe like we do it's called a filter bubble and then it's a book about it called the beat big sort we tend to be more confident in the belief that we have right but what we should be doing is we should be going to different gems right you did we go into your body tenth planet you should go in and check it out different things because you need detested these ideas to see if they work in the same way we should be listening to ideas it's a problem if your liberal only listen to liberal stuff already
only with you really need to listen to challenge and engage yourself by opening yourself up to these experiences in starting with the possibility that you could be wrong so if you're a black button brazil india jitsu and you walk into someone school and the bluebell to routinely tapping you you can do some thinking you going the honest with yourself in it doesn't matter how much time you ve put into it it doesn't matter what your commitment is what matters is what works and that is a beautiful thing about high level problem solving and martial arts than if it works it worked right and it's it's hard to do that when it comes to ideas like compassion and justice said getting a long and how you treat people and how people should be accepted and others there's things about diversity and out a quality that who i think we all agree with me i think you shouldn't be judged by
your sexuality or what you look like or where you are born or in a fill in the blank nationalism seems to be kind of fucking silly to me too i think you should judge people on how you behave and how you interact with each other and you like do i enjoy talking to this person what you might enjoy talking to me but somebody else my fucking think i'm a moron might not like talking mean that's their prerogative to you don't have to do just because you like peter because you just because you enjoy people doesn't mean i have to enjoy them in i have friends friends i can't fuckin stand you know i'll be around like oh christ why you hang around this guy gives me headaches arguing about it and the old man to the abbey the older i get the more i i just want to spend my time with people i really want to spam and not obligation can't fix people i've tried so fucking hard to get along with people that are on motivated
lazy or they have constant problems no life they don't look at themselves objectively and you talk to them about things that happen in their life and they have a fuckin myriad of excuses its overwhelming and that you if you have those people in your life they will overwhelm you with their issues and you will never get anything done and so my take is try until you can try and then get the fuck out of there yet and you you're already doing what you doing is at your modeling those behaviors when might might just talking buddy the other day he's he's upset that all their aggressors or attacking him and i just said just all publish everybody now that's the ecology and academia like what you care like just published an expert your thoughts in a way that will inspire debate and inspire thought explain your thoughts in a block away where people and read it and in like it and share it with friends and as one of the beautiful things about today that you have this ability that's never
literally unparalleled access to other human beings has never been like this we could just write something you put it on facebook you could be a carpenter in kansas and you write some beautiful on facebook and it'll be shared across the world within minutes yell more thing to that and don't treat people if you ve been treated negatively by people dont stoop to that hard radio hard for dodo yeah but my meant my mentor somewhat of a non secular but my men you told me this really fast alley mama worry mill the pope the one who got rid of what the tomlinson report
he told me he was a u ninety seven he's a survivor of book involved really amazing guys they feel about his life and he went back and liberated the same concentration camp tommy the story about chickens that was very profound in my life but basically i think he was on the study if not then but it does make a difference basically they they wanted to see if they could reverse the pecking order among chickens and there's something that's a literal pecking order and then if you put chickens in a coop seven chickens chicken one more peck chicken to chicken one peck chickens to through seven but never be picked chicken too will not picture
can one but will take chocolate pictures that sell the same thing all the chicken seven gets packed by all the chickens and text nobody so they wanted to see if they could reverse the pecking order and i think that the story is profound implications for all of life and so what they did was they put a little collar they put little collars on all the chickens and when the chicken raised his head as if it was going to pack another chicken they sapped it here's the question to you i got it wrong when he asked me do you think it was easier to make chicken one chicken seven or chicken seven chicken one chicken seventy one see that's what i said that's wrong in here's the reasoning for that chicken seven has been has been numb porridge not plugged docked cracked pact pacts text has been packed it all life it's it's all only gonna get packed it only takes one shock and obtain a very quick story in waiting
one shock of chicken one to make a chicken seven instantly real because it's never experience that that's why for example the criminal justice system harsh punishment don't work they just don't match borne out by over welding appear cleverness but i think a theoretical background for that is the chicken story that's why i like my he was telling me that when his son he never yelled at his son his funny story looking at you tattoos and he's some one to get a tattoo and he slammed his hand down and he said no any screen and his son was so shocked it was like such a shocking thing because he had for reasons why she had always been chicken one he had always been but when you really start to think about the implications of that of what kindness will do of what of why being there's your word again for two per
nasty harsh to people the best way to change moral attitude is to report the best way to help people and if you read the the christian books they talk about this interesting but call tactics the main thing is develop relationships with people their friendly their kind there trustworthy of communities with people and that gets them involved in their community and thus their faith based on the same day future too i have like some great guy so chastain or the other day digital jujitsu is also interesting just parenthetically because you have such a trust of the people you work out with him you have a bond a buddy of mine is a prosecutor for the state and you know how you have to say hey i know this guy what he knew another guy who is also a friend of mine and they did jujitsu together and he told the judge in a lawyer and they said they have they don't have a problem with it neither one of those people digital rights because there's no freaking way that i would
someone do jujitsu sit ana hurry with somebody else whose either the prosecutor the defender because those people trust each other because you have to trust each other when you do jujitsu people will break your arm still choked technically or part of a very tight knit and unusual community absolutely you have this bond with each other that thing people understand your you practice in killing each other yeah that's right perplexing breaking into his arms yet so i think that that that chick assuring i told that because often we think the best response to be when when we're being mistreated or we perceive and injustice or unfairness to lash out and a type of most maturity is just too not lash out you know maybe a really good
strategy which i have adopted instead of its most certainly much easier than than attempting to do the emotional work of being kind and compassion is just ignore people you don't have to meet their nastiness with nastiness you just walk away while that's a good approach we could put off sometimes people get pissed off till you like fuck this guy and i think that all also is what i call the factory effect and is also a good aspect of jujitsu i think human beings have a certain amount of energy they store up in their body because i think we have our bodies are we have is ancient structure that's been passed on from generation to generation thousands and thousands of years of human beings and for the most part up until really recently you are constantly engage and physical activity and conflict in your body designed for that
believe your body has a certain amount of requirements for the expenditure of energy and when you don't meet those requirements your battery overflows and i think that's what road rage is and i think that's what irrational responses and i know personally from my own parents my own shortcomings when i have had irrational responses is because i have not maintain my body correctly and i have not taken care of that battery and then when it comes up especially when you're someone like me it's even more consequential because i've done it my whole life so my whole life has been about exploding punching kicking just all kettlebells ma jujitsu tat is all this war and in doing that if i get out of my system i'm tranquil everything's com but when i don't go my systems what my but it's like i think is an opportunity to go fuck you gotta meet you bodies i cannot match you like it's it's stored up you ve got to
juice near battery and jujitsu people for the most part are some of the most mellow com and relax is natural outside of it they also have the benefit of knowing that the average person literally have no idea how to defend themselves we know this because we have been personally humiliated as an average person going into judges then you become a practitioner and you become fairly proficient and then you understand your limitations but you also understand much more deeply the limitations of the average absolutely not you you you have inhabitant from my perspective encyclopaedic knowledge of martial arts and lineages and people in my experience the people i have met like like you know i'm trying to think of john cabin are being reduced a very dim view of a role which are now he's very good like he's extraordinarily good i'm curious yeah is great guy he's
cooper good guy the people you meet her it just the most dangerous deadly people there just they got nothin approach yeah they seem to be the nicest people to government marcel garcia no sweetest of sweetie there he does i go smiling happy assassin so nice it's a nice guy and when your around them my friend eddie bravoes mice diskiver he's always nice yet and then then they went out to a bar a little while ago and a guy had a black belt around his waist as a belt and he was playing poor and i thought to myself this guy has some issues waited angle here is a good you know how you tie a belt around again even tighter on his pants like this like like the who ends were dang black but were so we wanted to let everybody now that is used by a backbone had chosen i tell people like you can get a black belt from like online by them and then they come and put it on i don't have to
it's not like it's like a sacred forging ground black belt so you could do a fantasy martial arts just pay them but you don't even after fuckin do a fantasy martial arts you just be a regular guy border a blackberry you little can there's a video really recently mean still does happen to this day of some guy showing a brazilian jujitsu school he puts on again i think yet wrestling shoes on a black and i showed up at this jim and they started working out with people and then the instructor realized immediately and this guy was on a black belt and humiliated ham and punish them and tell them to take the belt often get the fuck out of here and you scream and adam but see that's the beauty of budgets to as you can
pretend cannot pretend yeah you can pretend in some martial arts i mean there's guys that in that moves that they think like that with this one of my favorite videos as these guys in harlem that is not the videos is a series of them who practise some some sort of fake kung fu unlike one guy well it will be like your throw a punch and then the other guy will go well summit is to me when i want to do them and they do not say it like this they sat in a very urban way life not anonymous shinning work because almost have over here attack with a chicken wing and then i gotta are gonna monkey paul and they invent all this stuff from attack you ribs disposition and as also in on it because there are also practicing bullshit choreographed like oh yeah yeah yeah see other works yellower was hilarious is sometimes these guys actually have fights when they have fights it becomes like two kids in a fucking schoolyard it becomes a bra
on the ground we want obscure clawing at each other and they can't do anything there's no kung fu no monkey paw there's no attack the ribs with your knifepoint fingers and other stupid shit but you watch these guys do it in me as a person who studied martial arts my whole life i know i'll practised true but i know what is actually kung fu and what is some shit that someone's making up that is practising in making things up well they could go to even a kung fu dough joe and try and in an and pretend that that's that's real and the conflict i would go and what are you talking about like this where your inventive stood two don't you feel bad for those guys are somewhat ass i do i do i think that a lot of those guys if they're just found the correct path would benefit greatly they just found a real more short school okay so
here's what i think part of it is i think that they engage in i'm really should who you think about this i think the dame gauge any willingness to self deceive a hundred percent on a precise and they its mutual swiss both people they daddy you know it reinforces each other you see in religion do though you see that which god funds way yes he does god does find a way to me while its leaving smoke crack at some some dude dick people crazy that's what they do they they pretend they pretend and they loved one of the things that people love about christians i christians love are christians i bought a crash mama cushion to lead the you're saying travel is no yes tribalism and also i know that at least in the moment you are gonna engage in some very predictable behaviour you're getting gauge in a europe europe god feeling fearing krishna she's gonna behave
god fearing christian man you're gonna say things i know where you're coming from you not some fuckin weirdo buddhist then do it likes do pay only now you're you're you're real clear a man of science and its aerial clear you a country music you look brian fan bait to of course you gotta pickup truck of course of the bell bugger up do you know what about your boots cabinet we engage in these really predictable patterns and people find comfort in those patterns we tend to like people who are like ourselves yes ass its very much tribalism thing as is also very much it's it reinforces you're all like if you have a lack of willingness or ability or whatever it is to question the reality that you have been shown that you have subscribed to a few you're not willing to question it yeah find someone else is also not wound question it there comfort in that sure each other there some come now that's up
right and that's why it is so important for people to be honest with themselves and work how do i do we promote those values of people of self honesty how does this way i think that is zactly around relations at the asses you do it and especially conversation like this it will be heard by more than a million people in that stuff we do it at a man on the same does won't do broom genetics and world but i'm saying humans talking to each other through social media through an eye i wonder areas are just throw the salt now i wonder if in everyone's i call you know would come after postmodernism what have i wonder if this comes after postmodernism i mean i wonder if these truth telling conversations come after postmodernism y see i certainly think there is a great benefit to talking to people having people be honest and even an uncomfortable way where when you listen to it it makes you think i like there's light
citgo on in my head when i hear someone say something maybe maybe they'll be vulnerable or maybe they'll be like introspective and almost painful way when i hear it is a lights that go on in my head while i go wow okay i'm getting some real shit from this person and i'll find in myself these moments that relate to what this guy saying and i've ice i try to see themselves from this point of view as a whole to a news castor when someone is today in los angeles we found out the hard way what happens when you don't obey the law there's no we react de there's no there's there's no human in there this is at a strip club dj coming up on the main stage its legs is fourteen dollar combat causes order now you're gonna mean it's like these are paid and their real that people will subscribe to adopt and then perpetrate an end
they do it over and over again in the business world hollow jim how's the family is everything good these patterns are like they protect you from having to be vulnerable and real they pricked by by adopting these p determine patterns of behaviour that we all are comfortable with and we all know as god fearing christian men lama godfrey encouragement must solve our stand where you come from their site we had great now neurons language that what they're doing is there there there removing the possibility of vulnerability reality off intensity yes authenticity is the perfect work and that that makes me sad for them it really does it it's a type of tragedy there you will you gets out of shit i don't guess i do that i advocate sat a garden what i don't get shot cartoons but i do feel the impetus to help people like that like i do feel that it's important that people are labouring under isabel reality like again fancy based martial arts the just simply art
true and their wasting their time but unlike fancy martial arts these people vote and these people affect decisions they directly affect my life yes yes yes presley social issues comes a real problem because real problem when you start blocking people's access to certain medical procedures in deciding what can and can be done based on may look at what was happening during the bush administration when it comes to when it came to stay cell research i mean it was fuckin shackled and stopped because every learn sale babies nego they're gonna kill babies and just get this theme sales from embryos in sight
me stem cells from skin you fuck and meanwhile the rest of the world has like advanced in progress the iranians s clean i mean it's just a week we got fucked by religious ideology got in the way of medical innovation yet it's either i think i think part of this is i've been thinking about this a lot i think part of this to a way that we can at least dent this problem is by promoting the van you of honesty yoke is if we promote the value of honesty then with that comes the willingness to revise people's police like and we have to make it ok hey i don't know like i'm totally course you sit here and you talk by these guys i dont know all that stuff i think that's one of the beautiful things about this new age of information is that is impossible now clearly no everything no one can know everything so it's ok say i dont know now were used be a sign of you were poorly
evaded or poorly educated or what i mean i'm not very educated i went to college for three years i barely paid attention and i only did it because i didn't want he will think i was a loser i barely made at high school but since that time read a lot of shit of wash the lava documentaries that a lot of fascinating conversations with people and have occurred related some information so am i educated not really but yeah when an educated on certain things about lie i would say maybe not formally lie educate but what is that enable where where is format now when you have four education like what's going on with your school eight question not alas all schools all schools what is it now because that's not education you're you're you're being indoctrinated into this ridiculous ideology if you're participating in that country it's worse than into its anti education it's like cotta it's in a lot of ways in alone
ways it is it is just like religion in and that's what my friend kurt metzger was saying about these social justice warriors he's like no no ice i've seen this i grew up in a fucking cop i know this is your tongue i can't think about it any other way in that's bullshit and his reaction to it as very bright gets angry at you know and he's not like a violent god but he's like a fuckin bullshit a noted is bullshit you're making me think a certain way am i doing here in the bigger picture of things you know america has been this is somewhat of a controversy payment but but what we're not the great superpower we use today but the one thing that we might for herself the one we have always had is we ve had strong institutions and strong enough cities and now we're seeing those being might at least in the humanities in general and even to certain extent in the sciences in it i dont science is really important and serious why said i think i don't i don't really know cause i'm not
the scientists we speak to that but just anecdotally from what i've heard of you but i can't i can't i can't be too that unites thinking about but anecdotally can come up with specific examples because i know that's where i haven't heard interfered with except for the idea of promoting more women in science and somehow know some success thousands of that sort of thing so so here's the problem with that why are there no diversity requirements with sports teams that will write like football team jacqueline we need to have so many women because they want to win loss don't want women get killed what right so so that's different as its physicals ok why why aren't they say where we need so many porter weakens here are we need so many their diversity requirements so his word for examining its like an x i know now ok cool so
because because they want to win in other words there telling you this is important to us any time you impose a value on a system that is that is winning is the value and that's a marketplace right that's a competition that's a free market time you say well you know you also diversity then you're making it more difficult to to win america policy is like that like you you want people in a system to have and enact d me i can t i desire you need to be well published you'd worse need to be cited by others you need to have that we have all these metric step their pretty a straightforward and you either live up to the natural chewed up but now this is why talking about the scientists when you try to put people in positions who were not qualified those positions you undermine the meritocracy so when you're trying to put people if you say well there's not enough women here we need to find more women there are not
of african american well enough as it were trickier but there there are very few african americans you study philosophy if you and african american phd in philosophy may you are your gold that is awesome southern african american with pasty for philosophy in cairo rather onto yeah yeah let's go see says so that a good thing because they want to promote more african americans get involved in philosophy and then perhaps that will sort of engage more people now doing now this is now this is a really interesting conversation that we should have this is the kind of thing at this point in academia we have to shut down the discourse because someone's going to be offended but i think that an important question because your question is basically it's kind of utilitarian calculus like ok let's say that we have what is the first of all you have to look at the evidence regressive don't like evidence very much but we have to look at the evidence what is the evidence
if there are more african americans in philosophy can they meant to a more after american students etc of course i would think that we would want that that would be a good thing that would be something that would be wonderful question is does that mean that we would hire a candidate who does not who would not be hired if that candidate had a different skin color ride like that whole thing undermines the meritocracy but the moment that you start talking about putting a diversity requirement on for example my discipline philosophy in essence i think what you're saying is it's not important your discipline isn't important because we don't do that the outcome really matters we all do with brain surgery we don't do that with sports teams right so we're not looking for the best candidates what we're looking for is to bring people
to these disciplines that may not have had the opportunity and that might be bad for the overall discipline yeah it is bad for the overall institution it's bad for the discipline but you're not find the best people but the ideas that you're trying to promote these disciplines in places where people aren't as it were represented here represented but also they dont have the same advantages don't have privileges are there under privileges another where we're targets so they are under represented so we want more people discipline in it is long is look that's not bad in and of itself but need to have a conversation about what that means she part of the problem with regresses is they look at outcomes instead of opportunities we need to construct systems to give everybody regardless of their skin color their ethnic free and equal opportunity and an education of the first rate and
we're seeing instead is systems being created to orchestrate or engineer outcomes police this many black africa but whatever it is our hispanic whatever it is the first of all to bad way to think about it it's a horrible way to think about it but the other problem is in meritocracy matters we need we need debt if any things should be institutionalized it should be systems that are raised blind systems that don't look think about it you can also think about this think about the black eye who isn't philosophy whose incredibly smart and qualified have a student my man hernandez that kid is freak ingenious like truly one in a million like much more than i am he's publish stuff i mean he the kids awesome he's a spanish he's gonna get his phd in philosophy pagoda full rightful scholarship the crow
i'm the shame is that when matt gets in people would say well he just gotta because he's hispanic now actually no he got is gonna say that though one it's gonna say it we are thinking well that's the problem is that we can have a conversation to ask people of their thinking about it because if they say yes they'll be smeared is a racist okay so then how do you addressed the issue with inequality in side of these marginalize community that's a great question look this is what i think
we need to do when you look at surveys of if people so i think that these lines are primarily upon on class drawn upon class which is something else no one wants ogg about instead of race it just so happens that fewer african americans are framework getaway more african americans avant born to poverty than than whitefoot that's just a that's just a fact we can also talk about something that's really an interesting about criminal genetic factors or risk predict is there not what you think for people who would be violent criminals do not you think at all but people try to make that ratios but when you look at these systems when you look at these school systems
for example i just totally lost my train of thought to start thinking about raising jimi hendrix is photo back there i'm sorry but you were talking about trying to get more oh yeah addressing the issue of inquiry in reality so so what we need to do is well we need to start thinking about opportunities while the other thing is we need to think long term and not short term we need to look the problem in be honest and there are some structural issues with our electorate in maybe with established politics in this country of offices are for you as in any use renewable we need to have the longer term vision and a look at what this wants to be right now we face a prob and that were not adequately educating poor people in our country and the majority of those happened to be black this is an enormous problem this is going to come back to haunt us
but the solution to that problem is now diversity initiatives that's huge the other reason why that's bad it's not in a band aid it worse its because people they will look this flush portman this department has so many minorities things must be going well actually know they're not going well it was an artificial solution that was put in and the underlying structural inequality and economic disparity hasn't been addressed that's a great way to put it and what about all the poor people live in west virginia kentucky theirs lisbon generations ungenerous call minors i mean just because other white people have made it into universities and made in it certain institutions you're being racist if you think that those people shouldn't get an equal shot of things yeah well and so the way we fix it is again this is john walls idea public education the first rate however every time i would say that people would say two things
play identity politics you're just what you're saying that because your white that gives them that's their ticket to discredit what i'm saying that's the that's why people they use that as an excuse did not listen to your arguments it's really it's perverted immediate it's it's really despicable so so so they say they use that they use that ideas an excuse so you just said that but the other thing that it does i mean if you really start to think about what kind of society do we want to move to what what are the limits of our institutions what what role should the meritocracy play should you disrupt that if there are racial inequalities are imbalances these questions we have to address people in a democracy we address this and you cannot have fear of talking about it because someone's gonna call you a racist you just can't so if you want to put a proper
afford that says our own idea well i don't think you know hiring should be this way you need to have their conversation but there's one other issue is one of the tactic that the regressive left use and that's the idea of privilege they love them privilege a well you know you don't even see your privilege privileges yet another thing that used and look i i think the impetus for that is good the danger here is because these people are so nasty so me spirited in generally in saying that we discard everything that they're saying we throw the baby out with the bathwater now we need to be conscious in careful that don't do that we need to acknowledge that they're saying some important thinks there you know racial treatment of people on the basis of race gender actual orientation not discriminating against someone because they they don't feel comfortable in a male body or feeble or guy mark fisher i role which is again has his gauge
these things are important these things matter these things are things that we have to talk about and if i have privilege i want to be conscious of it if i'm treating someone in a way that unjust or if its unkind i ain't i want to know about that that's not the guy wanna be you know so so we talk about these things how do we how do we engage these well here's how you don't talk about him you don't talk about him by fortunately smearing people with privilege you saying you have privileged europe are empty state my university they had a an event where students naughty students were were you know could speak about all these things but
students were a captain of the exact phrasing not of color were invited to listen think about that they were invited to listen they have institutionalized racism that's what that is it is it certainly racism in that sense but isn't it an opportunity for people that have been marge lies to express themselves in a platform that may be a lot of people that have been marginalized haven't had better not absolutely would isn't there room for people of specific race to speak about some issues that may be they would understand intimately that you or i wouldn't because we're whitefield there is no question at all that that's true as you know but i was bad though to have someone have the opportunity to like all its own let's allow african american speak and let's allow these white folks to listen to what they have to say and then maybe you have another conference or maybe a debate
or maybe a conversation will allow someone to have a report so the first the first problem what that if you frame it in terms of an opportunity than if i say yes it's bad than its be like i'm denying people opportunities where i think that the best way to frame it right you need the problem with that one price my buddy he's in a pellet court judge and he said one he said he thinks it's unwise or his son axis had this hidden citizen is up as they are the key clerks for some supreme what i don't even know what put somebody has is lawyer board certified answer nor a pass the box using part of the problem is that if you do that so i was amazed that was legal a lawyer i don't pretend to be a lawyer but he said it's actually legal the problem is that you then need to hold than white people are whoever any other group can hold and say look blacks can't speak lazy ass we can get in and we can talk about how great is good luck with the so you
right so you so it's not so you your creating an opportunity for people who are genuine racists to undermine the whole system but the other thing is like i think it's important you can totally do that and say look we're gonna have people for two hours speak about their experiences of oppression i think that's great and i think that they should do that and i think we need to be more sensitive and i think we need to correct any structural inequality these or route remove biases that we have been well i'm sure i still have some i don't i don't know of any i'd try to move them i'm sure i still have them but the idea is that shouldn't people of any race then be allowed to ask people questions about those experts shouldn't we then say all you had this experience has been gained jitsu again whatever these are being blacken the academy you're being like you said this like i don't want to explain that to me expense that's all i will show you shutting down possibilities for people who don't understand those the way we understand things we come to understand through asking quest
it's like you know why do you do don't really get shot y all because if you do the guy will pull your i'm off to put them back was had russia like we need environments that encourage genuine inquires in questions and that here i'm so that someone could say why would someone goes in their instructs shouting rachel appetizer horrible things ok mother about person while their homes but their vile person but that's that's which should be clear to everybody and the only way that's going to be cleared up if you allow open thinking open speech and allow people to express themselves in new accumulate all that data and you get an understanding of what is ok what's not ok what's hurtful what's not hurtful and if your constantly environment where you don't even know monkey here no evil union you can't even here a bad idea once when does something legitimately horrible what would the reaction be your threshold will constantly be decreasing if you're not hearing ideas were right
if you're not hearing ideas that one contrary or you know challenging then you're threshold for what you find it of will constantly lower so than anything will offend you i had thaddeus russell on whose great guy and teaches at occidental and we were taught about that issue where there as a young man and a young woman who got together and they got trot and they had sent a girl decided that either she decided or friends convinced her into it that she had been raped even though she had sent him a bunch of tax measures saying i'm coming over bring condoms told their friends i'm getting laid ella well and he got dollar they're both intoxicated but because he's a man he was kicked off the campus he was kicked out of school he's there suing is a big lawsuit she stayed both had sex there was no force there was no is no lies there is no no one held
no one down no wonder didn't say against anyone's will but they decided that he had sexual assault because they are both drunk and they could not consent which is fine insane and radie ready sex that's right sex insects is towards men edit that's impact it is it is some polish women ass it does it also it's ridiculous because how come you are responsible for your own actions and every other realm if you drive aren't you drop you can't say well hey i was drunk i am not responsible for ploughing gonna fuckin school bus for kids you can't say that but if you say hey i was drunk i am not responsible for my consent to have set
this man has preposterous we all know that alcohol limits you're inhibitions it lowers you're innovations and it makes you do things and you might regret but there's a there's a big thing amongst people online that are trying to say this and pass it on regret design equal rate people make mistakes we ve all made mistakes everyone's mendes ahead of you drink you gotta make more mistakes that's just a fact but that doesn't mean that the person you made a mistake with is a fuckin rapist now they ve all i made a mistake and maybe not maybe maybe you guys just had sex and maybe around a bunch of fuckin nutty people who try to convince you that any time you have sex in you're drunk you ve been raped and there s a lot of that's why we're right so you could say that cultural problem now look at it from the view of the administrator right from the view of the administrator students going
for his job and those guys have couch jobs man they have khrushchev three hundred thousand get parking space than ever they emanate bargains phrases are big parties visitor she s the sign in mister wilson is a sign of our sad is ready let me pull in your tesla s so the tesla so those guys suits those it those administrate guises a micro aggression how dare you microgram me so this those folks i prefer z yeah oh which is funny a funny story is it a story at u s story but at the end see about this so again i have no problem call somebody he looks like a here what i'm doing a couple quick stories on mars i had a i take a tenets long story wiped i take a tense run with it so i get this this very attractive young woman comes up to meet the class
this can populating all shit man and she hands me this note it so you can get out of it if you have a jury duty military orders doctors note excuse from my boss boss dino inertia in that way and just in case i am audited right farm honoured that i can say are five as it hey why this person get off for this but i didn't you know do anything and the next thing you know she's paying me sleep with a hollow it just it's just so much easier for me so i'm reading this note and said would you please excuse mr so and so from this thing in his his system is but whatever it was what it's like whose whose was just
when so many lives in either of you is a friends i didn't have any idealize what she's hand me there's no shit out i'm i'm mr shown so it took me a second in it took me a moment i had two like process that i didn't say anything about it i'm like all its great because if i do you know people do demand something and they'll say why look this person gave even if this is not a mister from it that i mean i can pull the same regressive cards they can't youtube you you're being homophobic you're being transphobia whatever it is so so people have been choosing their own pronouns but the craziest thing that happened to a colleague of mine is he was told that and again i call anybody any program you wanna be called see i've got nope i got bigger shit worthy h please on problems that someone three that's our spell it out every time she so so desperate
and wanted to be called a camp of what the days were certain daisy he she and he made a mistake my car i made a mistake and all hell broke loose there was a mistake he called algae and something like that yan and she said you ok don't do that again evidently he did that again or something i do so now where happen to people has been fuckin crazy is not an option that possible you know i was watching a listener to radio out podcast newer interviewing this guy who got a guy sometimes sometimes the girl sometimes goes back and forth in is gender flu and in the middle of the conversations like i just switched i'm a guy now i just switched i just felt it was immediate like i'm listening to this and i'm going with this is a fucking idiot
clearly this is obviously a knotty person that has a very loose slippery mineral oil grip on reality is what just flies or other fears and they want you to give in to this slippery reality and focus on them cons we now me now machine is another way to divert attention from anything that's going on and focus on them and something completely trivial like that they decide their food will they decide their male what the fuck are you talking yet i don't even mamma i don't even care if if its pointless people feel different different times a day if you feel different sexually if you're you know your pants sexual or boots thinking too much and creature s right projecting that off on other people do you really think that you become trends
gender we assist gender and in all its switches back and forth all throughout the day you probably fuckin crazy but it was it you twitter the the lake about the guy who was a six year old girl or rather passive and fifty two year old man and his father and his cited that noise a six year old girl i love it he should be a sexual fox somebody be a fox norman owl google i identify with trees and discuss stand here don't you actually so so instead of so he's so have i had with apples hanging from that don't disrespect so i think that's part of the problem with not being able to morally tree hush it's part of the problem with not me only tree age is a great way to describe it to the railways so so instead of saying ok look this would have got on his her life persons and z where fight great run with it it's just not it's not worth my time
if a guy wants to do trivial girl you go far i think we have a problem of mister and missus and all that our wages abandoned it your names peter my name's joe and make a fuckin noise that means as i might my my issued this whole caitlin jenner think like you have cut collar caitlin now it's a she car caitlin been colonists fuckin person is one noise make with my mouth my whole life in the diane sawyer interview he said he and he said bruce sticking with that uk keep making new noise is that i have to make with my face that make you feel better about yourself because if that's all it takes me to feel better by use of his people call you a new noise this prerogative ridiculous if i decide tomorrow my my name is sheila i went they call me sheila but you just laughed that's a micro aggression is a micro aggression is why wide what does i joe was a boring ass fuckin stupid name and i got stuck with a boring
stupid name is boring ass stupid my dad's name is joe my grandfather's name is joe my grandmother's name is josephine bunch of fuckin unoriginal uncreative fucks in my family what is this a noise that you make will your face can you say hey joe to me and my my friend joey is right behind me i know it's joe look oh no you ve microgram me again because i don't know which are you referring to sudden noise that you make the represents you who gives a shit who is that was a sum noises are feminine some noises that are ambiguous you know it's pat member that african show configure with generous she was theirs women name shelly there's men name shelly what could we risk regime does genes girls and genes that guy so ok so reviews are so you see how crazy that is it is confusing but here's what makes it worse what makes it worse is that if you make a mistake there is there is a rule to punish you like right now you have your operating free
you have no rules people if people have israeli opt out that their parent their paranoid their paranoid but make no mistake so of course ministers whether the way it is mean when you have a bunch of people that are hypersensitive and that are trying to enforce these ridiculous ideas on people and they're trying to pound these things there looking for these moments where they can solidify this is moments they could point it you he's moments why call them green light i call them green light because they might not be upset they might not really be upset but to have a green light to act upset does their battery my old i flew about that's about it who found one and they have community support because now that the victim is the highest level and they're all social retards in every other part of the problem is so and i say retards you not politically incorrect word routine
it means slowed and that that is socially retarded too like operate this way is its those everything down its awkward its confusing it's not necessary what's necessary is friendship kindness compassion open minds ain't age and those things don't exist when you are pointing fingers of people and shaming them over innocuous things like you owe you called her she on thursday cry fuck she's he on thursday come on in everything is answer that acts against their own interests that crime adversary relationship because in you like already is that of the cave and you know could you we make them socially spoiled me that's what you're doing that exactly what you do in real time caused fuckin hammered out for three hours i was going to change a goddamn thing about the world's let a three hour thing as we did we just did three i beg you peter i really appreciate it people want to find you on twitter its
but gaussian b o g h o s ass i ate and he's programme be fired from his job at port and state university supply gas so please you open up a patriotic pay us all those social justice freaks and the elles thank you thank you appreciate is again a lot of fun thanks awry peter proposing these general we'll be back at two p m with the fighter in the kid brian cowen and brenda job we're gonna have a u have see one ninety four recap holler thank you buddy thank you so much thanks tunas podcast thanks to our sponsors thanks to honour dotcom go to an end i t use a code word rogan save ten percent of any and all supplements thanks to stamps dot com go to stamp dot com before you do anything else could not a microphone off the top of the homepage and type in j r e four year old one live
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