The Joe Rogan Experience - Episode 1807
It's always nice when an English bloke crosses the pond to live among his American cousins and winds up becoming a big advocate for freedom!
The first hour of this episode goes over some contemporary issues, such as COVID - of course. This hour also includes Joe Rogan's spot-on impersonation of Brian Stelter.
The second hour covers Murray's book, The War on the West, and his personal insights on these matters. Specifically, how anti-white rhetoric and hatred are tearing us apart.
Finally, the episode wraps up with a conversation about good old-fashioned American exceptionalism, drugs and creative folk, and success mindset.
5:00 Rogan gained 2 million subscribers thanks to the outrage mob. Talking smack about CNN. Rogan's hilarious Brian Stelter impersonation.
14:00 Jordan Peterson and the BBC. The state of news and social discourse.
30:00 COVID COVID COVID
35:00 Election integrity in the United States.
45:00 Female inmates impregnating other female inmates.
55:30 Waning religious influence in society leading to Atheism+ and other ways to fill the void.
1:06:00 The War of the West. Discussing Douglas' new book.
1:11:00 The $4000 a plate race hustle.
1:23:00 Nancy Pelosi's stupidity and corruption.
1:35:00 What let this wokeism ideology germinate and spread?
1:44:20 And where will this all go from here?
1:54:30 The inequality of effort. For example, non-binary being used by white women to claim an instant special status.
2:04:00 What it once meant to be American - American exceptionalism.
2:31:30 Hunter Thompson's daily routine.
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