The Joe Rogan thread

Only One Man

Kingfisher
On this podcast from April 28 2015, with Charles C. Johnson, who was the guy who first called bullshit on the UVA rape hoax, him and Rogan spend most of the time talking about false rape accusations and SJWs and stuff. At about an hour and ten minutes, he drops Roosh's name. Definitely give this one a listen.


 

Roosh

Cardinal
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Chuck is referring to this video:

 

Libertas

Crow
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

I like how they mention Mattress Girl's blatant sexual attention whoring. Your instinct would tell you that this is not the behavior of a rape victim.

She ain't hot though, Joe. No figure and an ugly face. She's thin but that's it.

Looks like a good show. Added it to my watch later list.
 

vinman

Hummingbird
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

I listened to this the other night on my way to get a bang. It's nice to listen to people outside the forum call out false rape accusers and SJW's.
 

CH-Toronto

Kingfisher
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Wow - Rogan siding against those saying "Yes All Women" in terms of the Rodger Elliot situation. He's really saying the stuff no one wants to hear (because it's true).
 

Only One Man

Kingfisher
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

CH-Toronto said:
Wow - Rogan siding against those saying "Yes All Women" in terms of the Rodger Elliot situation. He's really saying the stuff no one wants to hear (because it's true).
All the discussion on the podcast about false rape accusations and the calling out of the false accusers as liars is probably the widest audience these ideas have reached so far.
 
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Joe Rogan is about the most extreme end the Red Pill goes on the periphery of the mainstream.


 

Checkmat

Pelican
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Roosh on JRE would be the opposite of the Dr. Oz show appearance.
 

aphelion

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Roosh would be a perfect guest for Joe Rogan. Rogan lets his guests talk whether he agrees with them or not (and he does disagree with guests), he's very intelligent, and is extremely RP.

I'd strongly suggest trying to set something up.
 
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

I agree, Roosh would be a great JRE guest. The Charles Johnson episode was a lot of fun. I'm not in agreement with all his viewpoints but I really like how he stirs the pot and actually walks the walk of investigative journalism.

His site gotnews.com is usually pretty interesting.
 

El Chinito loco

Crow
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

Charles Johnson definitely posts or lurks here. He dropped quite a bit of red pill stuff on that podcast. As expected half of the Joe Rogan audience hates his guts. Rogan really straddles the non traditional liberal/conservative line most of the time. A lot of liberal borderline SJW types listen to his podcast too.

Rogan would probably allow Roosh to talk but don't expect Rogan to agree. He's very anti-men's rights and anything perceived as such he'll group together and go after it even if this is not the old white guy men's rights movement.

Remember when the Eliot Rodger debacle happened Rogan was siding with feminist talking points. Even though he makes fun of white knights he's often very soft on female guests to the point of looking biased at times. A few examples I can think of are Abigail Martin (moron) and Ana Kasparian.
 
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

When interviewing Rogan can flip flop harder than a professional pancake maker (just listen to his interview with Amy Schumer...on 2nd thought, don't.)

As Roosh mentioned on Oz, Rogan says the things he HAS to when he has guests because he's in the media, and he actually treats them like guests.

But when he's alone on the show, most of his personal views seem pretty red pill, and I think Roosh should definitely offer up an interview.
 
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

I just read this the other day and I thought it would be interested to post here. Charles Johnson editor of gotnews.com was banned from twitter a few days ago.

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2015/05/charles-johnson-banned-from-twitter-207688.html

It's interesting how every msm outlet is calling him a troll. I think he's very confrontational and has the balls to say a lot of things some conservatives will never day, but I don't consider him a troll.

Twitter can do what they want and ban whoever, but I'm not sure if this warrants a ban since twitter is a huge traffic source for him.

What do you guys think? Do you think twitter was right in banning him?

Another very interesting piece on written by Ryan Holiday on Charles Johnson used his tactics to manipulate the media:
http://observer.com/2015/05/exclusi...s-johnson-on-manipulating-politics-and-media/
 

Eskhander

Pelican
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

italktostrangers said:
When interviewing Rogan can flip flop harder than a professional pancake maker (just listen to his interview with Amy Schumer...on 2nd thought, don't.)

As Roosh mentioned on Oz, Rogan says the things he HAS to when he has guests because he's in the media, and he actually treats them like guests.

But when he's alone on the show, most of his personal views seem pretty red pill, and I think Roosh should definitely offer up an interview.
I've heard he changes course when he gets too conservative.
 
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

borntomack said:
I just read this the other day and I thought it would be interested to post here. Charles Johnson editor of gotnews.com was banned from twitter a few days ago.

http://www.politico.com/blogs/media/2015/05/charles-johnson-banned-from-twitter-207688.html

It's interesting how every msm outlet is calling him a troll. I think he's very confrontational and has the balls to say a lot of things some conservatives will never day, but I don't consider him a troll.

Twitter can do what they want and ban whoever, but I'm not sure if this warrants a ban since twitter is a huge traffic source for him.

What do you guys think? Do you think twitter was right in banning him?

Another very interesting piece on written by Ryan Holiday on Charles Johnson used his tactics to manipulate the media:
http://observer.com/2015/05/exclusi...s-johnson-on-manipulating-politics-and-media/
The MSM celebrates the stifling of the free press. Since basically 100% of the media is in the control of the plutocracy either via the direct way through ownership or are totally dependent on ad revenue which the plutocracy controls, well then they must kill every big outlet that gives the public "dissenting" news.

Sure - Gotnews has clickbait topics, but he outs fake rape supporters:
http://gotnews.com/breaking-gotnews...r-of-jezebel-story-at-columbia-emmasulkowicz/

http://gotnews.com/analysis-the-other-times-ive-been-kicked-off-twitter-for-journalism/

Now I’m being kicked off of Twitter for promising to “take out” (meaning “expose) DeRay McKesson, a paid protestor with a history of anti-white activism. (I’ve exposed the criminal backgrounds of other Ferguson protestors, including a convicted child molester and a pro-terrorist protestor. I even exposed Shaun King, a protester who has a history of stealing from victims.)
I suspect I will be reinstated because I’m a real journalist and they can’t control me. If not, you can find me here (when my website isn’t down because of an illegal DDOS attack).
Now he is wrong on that front - they may not be able to stem his ad revenue, since Coca Cola is not advertising on his site and they may not be able to keep him out forever. But he is wrong in stating that he can do anything he wants. We are living in times where he would just disappear or get bogged down in expensive lawsuits that he would not be able to win. There are many ways to destroy a vocal enemy - so far he is just a pesky fly.

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I've once read a few old newspapers from the US before the 1910s and it was really amazing to see so many stark dissenting opinions openly attacking economic policy or the president. Back then they did not buy all the papers yet and ad revenue was only a small part of their income.

Since we are moving into a new 1984 world all dissenting sites will sooner or later disappear.
 

renotime

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

We should start a campaign to get Roosh on Rogan's podcast.
 

azulsombra

Pelican
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

It sickens me everytime I hear these maladjusted social justice activists referred to as "warriors".

Why are we letting SJW's control the language on our side?

They continue to refer to Rooshv and others as Pick up Artists despite their rejection of that term because they know there is a stigma associated with that word.

Language is powerful and frames a debate, compare the terms illegal alien, illegal immigrant, undocumented immigrant and american in waiting.

These whiny rejects are NOT warriors, they are activists and should be referred to as SJA's in the manosphere.
 

Ingocnito

Pelican
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

renotime said:
We should start a campaign to get Roosh on Rogan's podcast.
Yea that would be a good show. Joe conducts his show in a manner that it's not steered too far off the direction of the guest.

It would be great publicity and another channel to promote neomasculinity.
 

Laurifer

Woodpecker
Gold Member
RE: Roosh mentioned on the most recent Joe Rogan podcast

I'm enjoying listening to this, other than him saying like after every word.

Have Rogan and McInnes ever done a show together?
 
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