In this transcript, the speaker begins by apologizing for technical difficulties with streaming and then expresses frustration about people’s lack of care for one another. They mention their intention to help people understand each other and talk about the opposition they face in doing so. They mention a book called the “Constitution of Knowledge and Defense of Truth” and discuss the dynamics similar to those experienced by Joe Rogan and independent journalists. They mention a friend who is still supportive of traditional media and talk about their own new project. They express frustration at being the only one doing research and criticize institutions for excluding those who think differently. The speaker reflects on the unreachable role they have been given by the universe and discusses their ideas about manipulations in politics and preparations about the Joe Rogan issue.
The speaker discusses how the universe has been giving hints that they don’t belong but instead of explicitly telling them, it keeps moving the bar. They mention an idea they had about nudges and dark patterns in politics being unethical and overlooked. They talk about how preparation for the Joe Rogan issue involved looking into related articles and being the only person who does research. They express frustration about the lack of credit received and discuss the narrowing accessibility of important institutions. The speaker reflects on the contract they felt was signed in the 80s, where hard work would lead to success, and their own experiences of working hard and getting good grades. They mention their rebel father who didn’t care about fitting in and their own care about what people think of them. They acknowledge the importance and value of institutions but also note that they are becoming less accessible. They draw a parallel between their own experiences and the universal hint they believe is being given to them. Since the universe doesn’t explicitly tell them they don’t belong, it keeps moving the bar. They mention their idea about nudges and dark patterns in politics and discuss its relationship to the Joe Rogan issue.