Bret speaks with Konstantin Kisin in London about fatherhood, thinking in public, and human extinction.
Konstantin Kisin is a Russian-British comedian, social commentator, and co-host of the Triggernometry podcast.
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Principal investigator on TOGETHER trial admits effectiveness of ivermectin:
(01:50) New baby
(07:06) Bret’s transition into fatherhood
(12:55) Societal change compared to 20th century
(24:04) Heading to extinction?
(33:52) Happy if you died today
(39:50) COVID response
(43:43) Conflict of visions by Thomas Sowell
(49:28) Contentious issues like vaccines & ivermectin
(59:41) Tess Lawrie & Andrew Hill video
(01:06:54) Worst informational landscape in history
(01:09:00) Reversing Nuremberg & Pharma capture
(01:18:28) Trusting people not facts
(01:20:50) Ukraine and tribal thinking
(01:28:49) Shaping discussions with bots
(01:34:17) Transparency of corruption
(01:42:10) Conservatives, progressives, liberals and technological power
(01:54:50) Heterodox podcasts and too many opinions
(01:58:19) We need the IDW back
(02:02:32) Wrap upSupport the show
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