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Joe Rogan Experience #1283 - Russell Brand

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Russell Brand is an English comedian, actor, radio host, author, and activist. His new book “Mentors” is available now, and his podcast called “Under The Skin” is available on Luminary.
www.russellbrand.com/

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Jamie Gothard
Jamie Gothard 2 小时 前
What I'd like to see if Joe practice / teach some moves to his guests if they would be interested. I think he'd be a humble, interesting teacher while his guests would both be entertaining and some very informative on there own styles.
monkeyboy8me
monkeyboy8me 2 小时 前
:59 i liked the cameraroderrey
Simon Masters
Simon Masters 5 小时 前
Joe""Elk Meat Is Vegan"" Rogan
GRAFFITIguru29
GRAFFITIguru29 8 小时 前
please please please get Graham Hancock on with Russel Brand
LEAD BELLY
LEAD BELLY 9 小时 前
A Morrissey lyric I love and try to live by.....”its so easy to laugh it’s so easy to hate its take strength to be gentle and kind”
PotatZo
PotatZo 12 小时 前
I'm loving his book, it's already helping even tho i'm only at chapter 2 (or step 2 😉). I know I still have a long way to go, but it's helping me so much and not making me feel so lonely in my shitty life.
John Stover
John Stover 14 小时 前
Less government would be a good thing. Because when people are left alone most likely they will succeed. If your given a bunch of rules it makes for reason to disobey.
voiceychic
voiceychic 14 小时 前
What smart fucking dudes
AG AG
AG AG 19 小时 前
We are all slaves.
Stereo Shayn
Stereo Shayn 23 小时 前
36:08 I love this. I am a trans male and I don't consider myself to behave like a traditional male. I've grown up seeing men act all types of different ways thankfully and it's always been very normal to me. I've never understood this idea of a man having to behave super masculine. When I came out as male but kept behaving the way I have all my life (still wearing makeup still behaving more "feminine" ) the people around me get really confused like "you just came out as a man then why don't you behave like one don't you want people to treat you like a man?" I've ALWAYS thought of myself as a male. I've only just recently decided to actually tell people this. The why I have been behaving my entire life is just me I haven't been behaving like a girl I've been male just not the way people think men should behave. My girlfriend is a trans woman and she has the same issues because she also dosen't behave the way a "feminine" woman would. She's always seen herself and acted the way she prefers but no that's "too confusing" for the people around her. My co-workers are probably the most confused though. "Why isn't she girly???" "Why do you still wear makeup??".
Paul Hudd
Paul Hudd 23 小时 前
Having binge watched a few of these now I’m in ore the subject matter the guests Joe (obviously) the diversity absolutely fantastic have subscribed and love everything I’ve witnessed so far 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻 (I’m always late to channels like this bonus of that lots to catch up on while waiting for the next one 👍🏻)
Matthew Mellor
The farming stuff was interesting, they do a lot of this community gardening stuff in Cuba. Loads of gardens even in Havana
Deadheads
Deadheads 天 前
Rambring idiot!
Tungstan Steel
Joe, why have you not interviewed Prof Richard Wolff - what are you afraid of?
Winchestah
Winchestah 天 前
39:00 Holy shit...you mean the woman naturally tended toward more biologically female domestic activities?! No way.
Casey Littrell
Brand is way more level headed than I thought
Winchestah
Winchestah 天 前
Or maybe we should take Candace Owens at her word, at face value, and assume that she really believes that we need to get over slavery. Black people have been given almost every concession and step up sans reparations for the systemic racism that lead to slavery and Jim Crow. Maybe it's time to move on, like for real. When you really move on from something you don't keep bringing it up over and over again every chance you get, especially when it serves your agenda and gains you political points.
Invin
Invin 天 前
The trouble with saying that everyone has a right to housing and a nutritious diet is that you end up with spoiled humans that never have to develop or mature. The very idea of "rights" is flawed. What we need is responsibility, gratitude, and a willingness to help one another, not people in suits dividing up the spoils and raising us like children on handouts.
Ross
Ross 天 前
I like to take lsd and watch my antennae try to pick up signal on my smart tv
Swole Wood
Swole Wood 天 前
Love your shit. I do some art, yourselve is in a fews. Keep it honest love it Joey.
aciid
aciid 2 天 前
I might not agree with everything either of you say, but to be honest, this is the most profound, purely epic podcast - honestly, as epic as they ever will ever be in this age - in terms of discussing the current world, our consciousness, the future, tribalism, society, and materialism - so many things I can't keep going on. This to me is pure agreement, to agree to disagree, no matter what you believe or what world you live in, whatever god you believe in. Mind opening on many levels and I hope you reach all corners of what we as humans comprehend. Much love to you both! One day, my dream would be to have a real conversation with either of you, 3 hours or 30 minutes, there's not enough people in the world who are on this wavelength of proverbial love! My only criticism is that this could have gone on for another hour if not three! Much love to you all
Heinrich Himmler
The negroid man has the largest penis of any other race. How come they are still at the bottom of the food chain, then?
Doc Nasty
Doc Nasty 2 天 前
Sounds so pretentious
Geno  Injian
Geno Injian 2 天 前
Ya joe a guy can’t be satisfied playing bongos his whole life. It’s another thing for a person to fill there life with but sorry everyone needs to work and not just play forever
Geno  Injian
Geno Injian 2 天 前
Watch the documentaries about Kitty Heart Moxon surviving the nazi camps it’s an eye opener .
Claudia Barocio
Claudia Barocio 2 天 前
Man, when they started talking about feminism. I agreed on most but not on Joe’s critiques of women. There’s differences in feminism. There’s white feminism (OG feminism). The kind that got our right to vote that ignored women of color, trans women, etc. Then it counterintuitively demonized the femininity to “defeat” the established patriarchy. Hating on women who used makeup, embraced their bodies, sexuality, and femininity is the INTERNALIZATION of sexism and patriarchy that taught women to see each other as sexual competitors for the attention of men. Now MODERN feminism CRITIQUES that past feminism. Embraces women of color, trans women, sexuality. It is A OK to express your femininity and masculinity any way you feel it. So for those that critique feminism entirely because they believe it to be contradicting to itself is a result of just the complexity of all the intersections with feminism (race, economics, ableism, etc.). Point is, feminism evolved. It’s ideas changed (just like governments and religions change) finally out of the incorporation of all feminine figures (not just the white women that didn’t even want black womens help to gain suffrage). Before bashing feminism, please be conscious about whether the critiques of feminism are still relevant or true to the way modern feminists think.
Claudia Barocio
Claudia Barocio 2 天 前
Russel Brand is always on another level. Rant on man.
dennis k
dennis k 2 天 前
is it possible that the powers that be don't ever want to fix the poverty striken areas because it divides us, creates issues, which they use to minipulates us. To control someone, create an issue they can't fix so they will ask you to help, which you will TRY to do for a price.
naughtyorgneiss
naughtyorgneiss 2 天 前
So nobody should be able to live like the middle class if everyone can't? Lol Joe completely ignoring that everyone's different here but in other videos will complain that trans men are destroying women's sports.
Jake Blackwell
Jake Blackwell 2 天 前
Great convo , two very interesting cool guys
Andy Willis
Andy Willis 2 天 前
Please get David Icke on the podcast.. He has a great insight into the ‘other realm’ after smoking DMT. As well as thinking the royal family are lizards!
farrar101
farrar101 2 天 前
This was alot more interesting then his previous podcast with Joe he just spoke rubbish on the last one this was really decent
hrollins999
hrollins999 3 天 前
Great, respectful conversation. Love Joe and this podcast, but in listening to this twice, I can’t help but feel like Russell is a bit more evolved than him. It’s like Joe is speaking from the outside looking in, more coming just from the head. But Russell seems to be speaking more from the inside out..from the heart, gut, and his own deeper experiences.
jack barnes
jack barnes 3 天 前
hrollins999 yeah but not everyone is incredibly smart, joe rogan is guy who can get the best conversations and dialogue out of all kinds of people. He’s an awesome listener and encourages people to open up about essential topics :)
Twinny Ate
Twinny Ate 3 天 前
1:06:57 - 1:07:00... Nope, I totally disagree with that statement. If that was the case, stores wouldn't be slaughtering the number of animals they do now. Plus think, if an elk gets someone like Joe 8 months, off 1 elk, I mean, I could see the animal population rising of not steady. In addition, people would probably trade with others, meaning no more butchering animals, not at the rate today. Take just, 1 grocery chain, like Raley's (if they're still around) or Bel- Air or whatever. Just one store, I dare you to research how many animals are slaughtered daily, just to provide one days worth of meat at that particular location. Now, think of all the locations of that brand, then, all the competition, and all the stores period selling meat. Not to mention butchers, and wherever restaurants get their supply. All of that would significantly drop if EVERYONE hunted so don't be nice Joe, tell em the truth!^^
Alexander Lovellette
Can relate to russell brand and wanting to do dmt but being in recovery so I won’t
Liam Safc
Liam Safc 3 天 前
Need to get karl pilkington
blake buckman
blake buckman 3 天 前
Russell Brand was talking so fast I think if he read some good quick rhyming bars he could easily break the world record as fastest rapper
Pitusa Radiactiva
This podcast was fucking amazing.
King Platinum Ice
KEANU REEVES; WHEN JOE!?
Alex Schwark
Alex Schwark 3 天 前
Imagine if AI actually one day realized we humans were the ultimate and that we have something they can never achieve. Maybe they could accept that we have value and so do they. Maybe we can’t be as intelligent as AI but we have souls. That’s irreplaceable. It’s valuable beyond belief. Without us AI would never even exist. Maybe we aren’t the ultimate but we have our share. This is still up in the air for me.
PainOrPleasure
PainOrPleasure 3 天 前
Two powerful men having one powerful conversation!! I love when Russell comes on!
Colin Larson
Colin Larson 3 天 前
I do feel Russell has turned into a starving vampire.
Radmila Gasper
Radmila Gasper 3 天 前
I have never heard someone talk for so long without a break and make total sense at all times and come up with witty commentary at the same time....just love Russel....
evolve
evolve 3 天 前
I enjoyed this. Thanks. There are so many episodes on here i have not watched. So much good content! Good topics and interesting conversations.
Priya Nihalani
Priya Nihalani 3 天 前
That was a beautiful dialogue. Loved it!
Danny Fergusson
Danny Fergusson 4 天 前
"we should make ai more monkey like and form our society based on the experiences of taking hallucinogens" Ok russel smart ideas lets get on that
4R NORTHWEST
4R NORTHWEST 4 天 前
Jeeeeeezus Christ!😂 have you ever heard someone flog a simple description of ANYTHING so relentlessly as this former junky?!😂 this guy has nooooo idea the importance of placement of brevity. Let alone a fucking period!🙄
Russbel Perez
Russbel Perez 4 天 前
"Oh God my brains!" 😂😂😂
wee ronnie
wee ronnie 4 天 前
What an absolute pile of nonsense! These couple of pricks trying to sound like intellectuals, ha ha ha! America, this idiot is mocked in the UK, please don't fall for this prat! Mind you, America is full of insular morons who think democrats are left-wing........you dolts!
alexralph7
alexralph7 4 天 前
Intelligent dude
Matthew Knoll
Matthew Knoll 4 天 前
"The schizophrenic drowns in the same water the shaman delights in."
Matthew Knoll
Matthew Knoll 5 小时 前
+Simon Masters don't quit yer day job.
Simon Masters
Simon Masters 6 小时 前
+Matthew Knoll I had a massage from a medium ,sooo relaxing and she told me that my dead parent still loves me :)
Matthew Knoll
+thegenie the medium is the massage.
thegenie
thegenie 天 前
That's because the schizophrenic has schizophrenia and the shaman has the self-induced somatic symptom disorder for schizophrenia, so when he gets back to normal he can impress the impressionables as to how totally sane he is for a person who was schizophrenic the other day, and tools call that spirituality or enlightenment.
Vodka Lime Soda
Vodka Lime Soda 4 天 前
Luminary (the company Russel is there to promote, of which his podcast now features on) steal and sell on other people's podcasts, just FYI.
pedestrian0101
pedestrian0101 4 天 前
I'd love to see Ross noble on this.
shadfurman
shadfurman 4 天 前
You've gotta study more Chicago/Austrian economics Mr. Brand. Money is labour, it's just your time. It's the labour to make the products you buy and it's the labour you put into your job to make products and provide services to people. It isn't about maximizing profit. It is, but that's not the end goal. The goal is to build a giant machine of people making the things people want to buy (with their labour, they could also use their labour to make it but maybe they'd end up with an inferior product they weren't satisfied with.) Make products as services cheaper (takes less labour to buy) and better (more, higher quality, for less labour). Money is JUST people's labour, which is talent applied plus time. You can't magic food out of no where, it has to be made/grown, and that takes time. You can't give it away for free, people worked hard to make that food and they need a house, people work hard to make the house. The gardener is better at growing food, grows more food with less time, which means the food is cheaper, the carpenter is better at building houses, which means they build bettwr houses in less time, which means cheaper houses. Then they trade their labour through money, which is just the symbol for their labour, like letters, just symbols. The price is set by their agreement, and everyone else's agreement as they can choose to buy better or cheaper from someone else, there's nothing coercive. It's peaceful and maximally respectful. And since they both made more by specializing their craft and can sell their products cheaper, everyone can afford more, everyone is better off. Free markets aren't a system. Free markets are merely the consequence of an absence of violence. Regardless of a culture, if for any reason, two people decide to peacefully trade, any such they consider of value. That. Is. Capitalism. It's not greedy, it's the epitome of morality and compassion. America and most of the West doesn't have much freedom, so not much of a free market. America, by definition, is fascistic. The consequences we see in America today are the consequences of centralized control over the means of production. The prosperity in America is latent economic momentum from the 1900s and it's fading fast. America is about to fall.
Mor Rari
Mor Rari 4 天 前
lol joe rogan is so foolish he is a walking joke, never will he be on the level of bill hicks and george carlin he will always stay on bill maher level
Mor Rari
Mor Rari 2 天 前
+jack barnes lol no need to make it constructive, real reconize real ;) .. but great yt account page you have there buddy, are you sure you are not a bot ? maybe russian bot ? bye bye now
jack barnes
jack barnes 3 天 前
Mor Rari great comment, very constructive
justin
justin 4 天 前
Hes right
໓นŞtiຖ ђคฬк
Talking shit on veganism while he's in the bathroom. What a bitch move.
໓นŞtiຖ ђคฬк
3 strike rule with the Dalai Lama.
walter&bruges
walter&bruges 4 天 前
You don't need the newest iphone... society is poorer for all the addicts staring down at them. It's not progress, its just marketing.
Craig Wilson
Craig Wilson 4 天 前
Brilliant.
Geno  Injian
Geno Injian 5 天 前
To me now a days I really don’t care what people think about me my character speaks for itself as well as both of your characters.
Geno  Injian
Geno Injian 5 天 前
Tell you what russel seeing this kind of change in your life is very noticeable and encouraging to people glad you are sharing this change in your life with all of us. I’m still changing and hope to be always changing thru out my life never being the same person I was before. My morals have always stayed the same even though I didn’t always follow them it was ingrained in my heart and soul. I thank GOD he brought me out of my dark life and all praise and thanks go to Him
damon sipe
damon sipe 5 天 前
joe needs to get trey parker and matt stone on the pocast
Kimberly25christine smith
I just triggered my existentialism for over three hours!! In the most awesome exchange of words and ideas ive ever heard wtf!!!!!
Terrien Hale
Terrien Hale 5 天 前
Also the edge of wonder guys rob and Ben. Great show. 💜💜💜💜💙💜💜💜💜
Gigajoule Candy
Gigajoule Candy 5 天 前
Best part was the last 20 minutes.
Gigajoule Candy
Gigajoule Candy 5 天 前
Not a lot of value from this, other than a lot of Pathos.
Gigajoule Candy
Gigajoule Candy 5 天 前
He's very open-minded which a lot of people need to try hard to learn.
teopini
teopini 5 天 前
The burning bush and the event of the ten commandments are separated by more than 10 years if I'm not miataken
teopini
teopini 5 天 前
Dude's kind of intense
great buddah
great buddah 5 天 前
joe rogan is the internet representation of our fathers that couldn't communicate
Michael Robbins
Michael Robbins 5 天 前
Please have Mark seargent on your show!
Blair Herrell
Blair Herrell 5 天 前
Please Joe, can you get Sacha Baron Cohen!? Would love to hear his afterthoughts/fallout of Who Is America, would be a really epic interview.
Violet Starshine C.
I used to put my grandmas heels on at 6. I think the only problem is when we make laws about things. In our mind we try to make a law and want everybody else to follow along.
GoWithTheFlow
GoWithTheFlow 5 天 前
I love how whatever direction the conversation goes it always leads back to drugs and DMT 😳🤡👁
arandomp3rs0n
arandomp3rs0n 5 天 前
Russel makes a strong point after joes comment at 2:41:19. it’s more expensive at the end of the day because of the scarcity of resources. Beef is more resource intensive than chicken and the way that we have decided as a society to allocate those scarce resources is by economic stratification. Yes there should be the rights that everyone has access to x y or a whether it’s meat or housing or land but the inherent problem is that we have too many people to allocate our resources efficiently while simultaneously being fair. So we have a choice, do we want to have some overarching authority that decides how many people we have on earth so that those resources are allocated fairly while negative externalities are also considered? Or, do we continue with unfairness mixed with some negative externalities but not all are accounted for?
Joshua Zieba
Joshua Zieba 5 天 前
I am making a life change into a permaculture food forest. Lots of fruit trees, berries, herbs, and annuals. Click the peach tree on the left to subscribe and follow the journey from year 2 to infinite!
Param Tripathi
Param Tripathi 6 天 前
I always listen to JRE on 1.25x speed. But not with Russell Brand. He’s too quick, smart and intellectually inspiring. Thank you for this.
eugean stepantsov
Same. As soon as he started speaking I went to check to see if my speed shifted to 1.5 or something lol
George George
George George 6 天 前
OK EVERYONE, brush off your vocabulary and try to use a piece of immaculate language in your comment..just so that we don't look like a bunch of cavemen hitting the keyboard. :D I enjoy Russel, grand podcast, amicable and intellectually stimulating podcast. This should be a regular!
Michael John Wowk
And there you have it ima start bjj
Daniel D
Daniel D 6 天 前
Keanu reeves pls
Robbie Davies
Robbie Davies 6 天 前
Excellent talk, I could have listened to this for many more hours
john besmith
john besmith 6 天 前
your description of decimation of the wild life in the US .. is the same as in the UK .. but in the UK this occurred in the 1300's.. back in the day the UK had bear, wolf, elk and other large game that were hunted out of existence in the UK and much of europe
SuperOlivess
SuperOlivess 6 天 前
Get Kobe Bryant on the show!
D F
D F 6 天 前
Less than 5 mins in, "I'm a vegan" 🤣🤣🤣
Anthony McKnight
Everyone should read Cat's Cradle by Vonnegut. Ice Nine.
Graham Philip
Graham Philip 6 天 前
Russell seems just like my dad: fun to talk to but a nightmare to live with. His thinking is meaningless because he hasn't any self discipline to work things through. Instead he picks out convenient ideas from his wide reading. Our notion of reality must be tempered by the reality of pain. Can Russell's ideas about life survive sustained pain? If not, what's the use of them?
123axel123
123axel123 6 天 前
Brand is so annoying. He is not stupid but could be a new Hitler if he got power.
Andrew Pate
Andrew Pate 6 天 前
I used to think that Russell Brand was just an annoying bad actor/comedian.... But after watching this podcast, I have a much different attitude about him. Very good points made, and very good questions asked. Bravo.
Matthew Snyder
Matthew Snyder 6 天 前
Brand's musing on the self-sustaining nature of bureaucracy is my favorite since Žižek's Brazil reference, in which De Niro's electrician character is forced underground, state assets hot on his trail, because of his maddening proclivity to...fix electrical problems in a timely fashion.
Lauren C
Lauren C 6 天 前
u can tell Russel is lying and Joe is testing him and pissed.
Tom Spriggs
Tom Spriggs 6 天 前
I love listening to Mr. Brand these days, but I have some misgiving over the "spiritual" answers you both seem to espouse. I have about 10,000 gazillion questions for you. Letting people "find their own way" is finding us on the way to extinction...what now? Mr. Brand is sounding just like the gurus of the Beatles Era...so why will this magically work better now just because 50 years have gone by? What do you do with the recent article that shows American women want to have more children and only 17% of mothers with children under three who want to work full time? Just tell them to go to hell? What would this new society and economy look like? Don't you think you should have some sort of realistic example and description before you ask the rest of us to give up our lives and the things we use to make our lives up of? What makes your religion better than mine? Do you really believe no one on the planet has a workable and peaceable sense of self? Just curious on what you think people are, before you even get into the rest of it...maybe you should talk to me.
Kronis Kent E. Krahn
Does Russell Brand tell the story he has about "The Rock" that he mentions he wants to tell Joe at one point earlier on in the show? If so, roughly where does it come in?
Sean Belcher
Sean Belcher 6 天 前
2:18:40
Cathy Steinhilb
Cathy Steinhilb 7 天 前
I love Russell, he is so friggin brilliant ... and simply put these two are just vibing at the same level ❤️ over simplying of course . Joe is too!
Eugene Fetherman
Russia is not our 'enemy', Joe, except as a 'manufactured enemy' (think manufactured consent.) Quit drinking the establishment kool-aid, it's got the wrong kind of psychedelics in it. #Veteran
RunningCorduroy
RunningCorduroy 7 天 前
Russel brand suuuuuuuucks
AcctAbilityMatters
If there's a woman in the office who likes to "tramp it up". Perhaps this way of referencing a woman's choice to wear heals has something to do with exactly what you're talking about? Wow.
Tom Dransfield
Tom Dransfield 7 天 前
Typical white people telling black people they can't get over slavery and jim crow
JS Bilodeau
JS Bilodeau 7 天 前
Loved that session, really interesting. You rock Joe.
D Maloneman
D Maloneman 7 天 前
Joe and Russell confuse the effects of slavery here with the effects of welfare. “If we wanted to be serious about evidence, we might compare where blacks stood a hundred years after the end of slavery with where they stood after 30 years of the liberal welfare state. In other words, we could compare hard evidence on “the legacy of slavery" with hard evidence with the legacy of liberals."-Thomas Sowell Candace Owens actually understands more than both of them the actual reasons for poverty in the black community today. They underestimate the depth of her understanding.
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