Just a few videos I thought were interesting

Masks & The Moral Matrix | Why We're So Divided Over COVID-19 Great talk - this is worth listening to. Even though we might agree on the facts, our values might influence us to hold different opinions and make different choices.

**The Three Terrible Ideas Weakening Gen Z and Damaging Universities and Democracies** Jonathan Haidt visited Penn State for a lecture on work from his latest book, "The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas are Setting Up a Generation for Failure." Haidt is the Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York Universityโ€™s Stern School of Business.
**"Two incompatible sacred values in American universities" Jon Haidt, Hayek Lecture Series** Is Truth being sacrificed to Social Justice?

**๐Ÿต/๐Ÿญ๐Ÿญ ๐—ง๐—ฟ๐˜‚๐˜๐—ต ?**
**Christopher Bollyn Explains Who REALLY Did 9/11**

First Responders Urge 9/11 Investigation โ€” Sept. 11, 2019 Press Conference

If you are curious as to why some people believe that 9/11 was an inside job, this is a pretty good place to start. You first have to become aware that most of the information available regarding that day is unknown by most people. It's when you encounter information such as what is provided in the three videos above and try to debunk it that you begin to see the problems with the official narrative and look for better explanations. Two more great videos, in case you're curious: [CALLING OUT Bravo 7 The 2020 Edition](https://vimeo.com/392066090) and [BEYOND Bravo-7 -2020 Edition](https://vimeo.com/391809884) If you could bring about world peace, but you'd have to kill some people - would you? Just how many people would you kill? where would you draw the line? Edmund Burke said that, "All that is required for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing". I believe that there is truth in this... and that the choice to do nothing is still a choice.
Consider for a moment the unreasonableness of reasonable people. Now, imagine the unreasonableness of unreasonable people. This is why diplomacy can only go so far and other methods must be exercised. "Faith is believing what you know ain't true" - Mark Twain Many people use faith to hold on to beliefs that others have long abandoned. If these beliefs harm certain members of society, then how do you persuade someone that will not be moved by reason and logic? If the harm that they are doing is sufficiently great, then you may have a moral obligation to stop it - depending on how developed your morality is. Now, If you are clever enough and powerful enough, then perhaps you will find a way of motivating others to assist or at least stop resisting. 9/11 is what it took for you and everyone else to be ok with the US bombing the middle east to smitherines - regardless of the individual country's actual involvement.
**Racism: Getting to the Truth | Coleman Hughes | POLITICS | Rubin Report**
**FISH LOVE from Rabbi Twersky**

**A super interesting conversation between Douglas Murray and Peter Robinson from the Hoover Institute.**
**Douglas Murray discussing some insights from his new book, The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity.**

**Holocaust: More Than History - Dr. Timothy Snyder, Yale** History is a very interesting thing.
**The creation of the state of Israel from a different perspective.**

**This is a very interesting conversation about the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman case. **
**Economist Thomas Sowell - I find his perspective interesting and insightful. **

**A small piece detailing some of the effects of the shutdown on our farmers and the food supply chain...**
**ITER: The most complex machine humanity has ever built.**

Seattle is dying. Seems like this is happening in a lot of places...

**Hyperinflation in Germany in 1920s** Currenly, America owes over 26 Trillion. This results in daily interest payments of over a billion dollars.... Everyday. I wonder what kind of world we could build if we spent a billion dollars a day making some place just a bit better?
**Weimar Hyperinflation's 1000 Billion Mark Note | Mike Maloney**
**Why I left China for good. Youtube vlogger - Serpentza**
**Race, Riots, and the Police**

**Who is Felix Sater?**
**A Vice piece on Felix Sater...**

**Is it ever morally permissible to kill the innocent?**
**What does it mean to be Jewish?**

**A documentary on Zionism that visits some of Israel's settlements.**
A protest against Zionism and a perspective many are unaware of.

**FYI: There are such things as National Security Letters**
**The USS Liberty Incident. @ 2:20 - listen**

**What? **
**Really? Seems like this guy would have been easy to control...**

**William Binney exposing global surveillance.**
**Great piece on warrantless, domestic surveillance - StellarWind.**

**A look at the legend of Mother Teresa by Christopher Hitchens...**
**I found this guy's take on Plato's Noble lie interesting.**

Personally, I think we are lucky to have someone so knowledgable lead our country. Just kidding. Personally, I believe that American politics is as fake as professional wrestling. The Donald is a personality for public consumption and manipulation. Enjoy the show, but please keep in mind it's for entertainment purposes only.