Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 290 Millenial WoesCounter-Currents Radio
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Greg Johnson talks to Millenial Woes, a videomaker, writer, and speaker, about current events, pop culture, and your questions. Topics include:
- 00:00:00 Woes comments on allegations
- 00:06:30 What has Woes been up to?
- 00:15:00 Does the current zeitgeist consider racism worse than murder?
- 00:17:30 What happened to Lauren Chen?
- 00:19:15 What is the greatest Scottish rock band?
- 00:22:15 What have you been doing this summer?
- 00:25:30 Thoughts on Douglas Murray
- 00:28:10 Favorite movies
- 00:42:20 Cryptocurrency
- 00:44:00 Pop music favorites
- 00:52:40 Brendan O’Neil and dishonesty
- 00:59:15 David Hume vs. George Floyd
- 01:10:30 Wallflower psychology and flawed parenting
- 01:30:30 Dealing with haters
- 01:41:00 Millennials
- 01:46:40 Dealing with E-drama
- 01:54:30 Millenniyule / Final words
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