The Most Shocking Conversation - P.O.W. Report

Sunday, July 29, 2018

The Most Shocking Conversation


There's a plethora of news articles these days lamenting the decline in TV viewership


These articles lament the viewership drop with such headlines as "Why have these people left?" or "Where did they go?"

I'll tell you where they went, a majority went online and to podcasts.

Pewdiepie, the biggest youtube content creator, has more views on average in one video than CNN has in any of their nightly shows combined. Joe Rogan is one of the most successful long-form interviewers with one of the biggest podcasts on the internet and Stefan Molyneux is the most successful philosopher in the podcast world as well. The reason why these people have such huge loyal fan bases is because they are real and they provide in depth discussions on the real world that isn't the pure propaganda that we have come to know in the MSM.

I ran into a "Call in Show" from Stefan Molyneux that I would like to share with you that exemplifies real conversations, solving real issues.


It's a nearly 3 hour discussion with a caller about his marriage problems and 'racism' that is worth every minute. Now, I don't have time to sit down and watch a video for 3 hours (nor do I suspect you do) so I recommend finding the show on your podcast app or [clicking here] and taking it with you while you enjoy the beautiful sunshine that we've been having.

Here is the podcast description:

Question: “I'm a white Canadian male who recently married into a black family and I'm experiencing some racial backlash. I have a very independent view of the world and this conflicts a lot with my in-laws’ views on race/racism and how it affects black people. I'm wondering if you have any advice for dealing with this and/or help me work through how I should handle it.”

If you do listen to it, let me know what you think.




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