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  • 17. sep. 2020

  • Writer, journalist, and political commentator Douglas Murray is the author of The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity, now available in a newly expanded paperback edition from Bloomsbury Publishing. Also look for The Strange Death of Europe available everywhere.

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  • Peter Santenello
    Peter Santenello For 1 md. siden (redigert)

    I just returned to the US for a visit after living 4 years abroad in the former USSR (Ukraine) where people feel free to speak their minds. Now in the "land of the free" a majority of society is scared to do so. What irony.

  • David Rutledge
    David Rutledge For 3 uker siden

    "If they can make you believe absurdities they can make you perform atrocities" -Voltaire

  • Matt Jacobs
    Matt Jacobs For 3 uker siden

    This guy is far too reasonable to ever be accepted.

  • B S
    B S For 3 uker siden

    I used to consider myself a liberal/ leftist. Now it’s just embarrassing.

  • Tin of peas.
    Tin of peas. For 3 uker siden

    I am 60yrs man in Ireland. Just getting used to Internet, likewise Youtube. Mr Joe Rogan, you are changing platforms ooooh! I will put in the extra effort to learn how to begin using spotify because I love your podcasts. I find them educational, informative and intellectually challenging.

  • Jordan
    Jordan For 1 md. siden

    Can you get Thomas Sowell on before he dies?

  • mxwtubemxw
    mxwtubemxw For 2 uker siden

    Christopher Hitchens;- “Never be a spectator of unfairness or stupidity. The grave will supply plenty of time for silence.”

  • Ty Manning
    Ty Manning For 3 uker siden

    Douglas is very easy to listen to. He’s very precise in his speech and doesn’t use too many fancy words to make his arguments sound better.

  • Shane Vincent
    Shane Vincent For 2 dager siden

    Honestly Douglas is funnier than 95% of the comedians joe has on.

  • Jacob Banfield
    Jacob Banfield For 4 uker siden

    I've recently discovered Douglas Murray and he's brilliant

  • Dee Nimmin
    Dee Nimmin For 1 md. siden

    Joe, love you man but you gotta get your camera white balance together. You look like you're sunburned in a rotisserie.

  • aiwo
    aiwo For 2 uker siden

    the loss of courage is the beggining of the end of everything - Solzhenytsin

  • Geoff Halsey
    Geoff Halsey For 4 uker siden

    I wonder how long we'll be able to listen to conversations like this, before it is censored out of existence.

  • TXup92 G
    TXup92 G For 1 uke siden

    All I know is that Trump didn't start any new wars, is bringing our troops home, and had the best economy/ unemployment of all time prior to covid. I think a lot of our economic situations are still better even during this pandemic.

  • Calley O’Malley
    Calley O’Malley For 4 uker siden

    The “slaying dragons” analogy is spot on describing the current climate

  • CamoDrako
    CamoDrako For 1 md. siden

    I met Douglas on a train from Edinburgh 4 years ago.

  • The Eyes of Laura Mars
    The Eyes of Laura Mars For 3 uker siden

    Also more and more people are starting to hate Hollywood and the left.

  • Joan
    Joan For 4 uker siden (redigert)

    “You can’t have a future if you hate your past”. Great one Douglas! But of course you have to take this in

  • Mary Como
    Mary Como For 2 uker siden

    This was a brilliant episode, I could listen to this guy forever

  • Ivan Stoev
    Ivan Stoev For 3 uker siden

    At last some honest talk about this "social justice" fascism of theirs.