Podcast host Joe Rogan appreciated the opportunity to provide his honest opinion on “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
Joe Rogan, a comedian and libertarian, recently explored the battle against tyranny that inspired the founding of the United States on his podcast.
Rogan claims that the protections provided by the Founding Fathers of the United States make its political system “so f—-ing superior to any system that is anywhere else in the world.” “They recognized that the progression of human nature inevitably leads to tyranny,” Rogan says.
Rogan said that when tyrants, both foreign and domestic, come to power, they utilize it to suppress their opponents.
“Look at what they try to do, look at what people try to do to quiet criticism on Twitter, they f—–ing sends the FBI to Twitter to try to pull somebody from Twitter because they’re saying stuff that interferes with the way they rule,” Rogan stated. It stands to reason that the Founding Fathers would be the only ones to provide a solution to all that.
“These f——ing c——, these crooked s—-heads have done an extraordinary job with time trying to chip away at it or tell people it should be chipped away from,” Rogan added. To paraphrase, “Oh no no, that’s just sheep’s clothes the wolf wears,” control is power, and “the wolf” is the authority over others and forcing them to conform to your ideological will.
“It comes under the garb of equity and inclusion,” he repeated.
He continued by saying that repression of dissent is a worldwide issue, while the United States is not as terrible as some others.
This, Rogan said, is “the best form of it,” the “freest version of it in the world.” “That kind of occurs everywhere,” he said. You and I are currently appearing on a podcast that millions of people are listening to without any form of restriction or monitoring, which is unprecedented.
When discussing the government’s use of “woke” rhetoric about “diversity,” Rogan, who just opened a comedy club for outspoken comedians, has raised questions.
Beginning in March, Rogan had an interview with comedian and political commentator Russell Brand, during which Brand made the allegation that identity politics impedes critical examination of the political system.
“They have been successful in polarizing the American public along partisan lines. You can’t just write off half the population as far-right fascists any more than I can just write off half the population as criminals.” How he put it. They shouldn’t be the decisive elements in societal governance, since when they are, the powerful run amok, and the elites may easily pursue their goal.