Thursday, July 03, 2014

Mandatory Podcasts

Stefan Molyneux's "Truth About Che Guevera" is an absolute must.  I knew the guy was a commie, but I didn't know how much of a crusaderist he was.  Spoiled brat, rich parents, and those motorcycle rides he did?  Yeah, all financed on mommy's dime.  Listen to it if for any other reason than to see the predictive qualities and traits that I laid out in my Crusaderism series.

Penn Gillette has Richard Dawkins on who has an amazing discussion about genetics, evolution, and epo-genetics.

5 comments:

Atham Aldecua said...

I hate that dude. Che Guevara was nothing but a subhuman POS.

Alex from Australia said...

I like Molyneux's video analysis of the commie Ghandi. If this one is as half as good as that one, it is definitely on my must watch.

Al From Bay Shore said...

One day, when I lived on Long Island, I learned that Che came from a good family. It was in my leftist days. I went to a pizzeria that I frequented (it was among the best on a lengthy stretch in western Suffolk County). I was wearing the standard red t-shirt with the Che profile. It said something about young socialists always awaiting the revolution . It was a piece of text written in Spanish beneath the Che profile (I was stupid in those days). At any rate, I walk into the pizzeria and one of the dudes behind the counter says, to me "I know Che." He said it in a way as if he actually hung out with the guy. I reply "You know Che Guevara!" He says "Yeah, I know his family too. ". From what I remember he told me that his parents were either lawyers or doctors. I think he told me that Che was a lawyer or something. I just wanted to add my two cents (probably less than one cent when adjusted for inflation).

Anonymous said...

Also a good read is "Exposing the Real Che Guevara: And the Useful Idiots Who Idolize Him" by Humberto Fontova.

Humberto Fontova said...

Molyneaux is a fucking plagiarist. He lifted everything in his video almost WORD FOR WORD from my book, wihtout attribution: http://www.hfontova.com/che.html