#500 – Jay Nera

Jay Nera (00:00):

Sex child. They rest.

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Bam. More live.

Caleb Beaver (00:07):

Good morning.

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

Good morning. Wanna show? I wanna, I wanna start this show with something that I found, uh, really interesting.

Jay Nera (00:20):


Sevan Matossian (00:24):

Matt Walsh. Did you see? I got my Instagram account back.

Caleb Beaver (00:30):

Yeah. Was it actually showing anything?

Sevan Matossian (00:33):

Yeah. It’s I’m good. I’m up? I’m running

Caleb Beaver (00:36):

Blue checked up and everything. Huh?

Sevan Matossian (00:38):

Yeah. It’s crazy. There is

Jay Nera (00:41):

A God

Caleb Beaver (00:43):


Sevan Matossian (00:44):

I know every once to know, how did you do it? Se how did you do it?

Caleb Beaver (00:48):

Teach us your ways.

Sevan Matossian (00:50):

How did you do it? How did you get your account back? You were kicked off and you got your account back. Hey, you know what I’m gonna do? You know what I’m seriously thinking of doing I’m seriously thinking about, Hey, good morning, Bruce. Good morning, Jody. Geez, Louise. Kenneth Dunlap. Good morning. Kevin Smith. Yawn. Fienberg Jews in the house. Alan Kestenbaum. Another Jew in the house. Craig white, Jay Nera. My boy Craig white,

Sevan Matossian (01:22):

Uh, Layla Steele. What’s up li Houston. Good morning. C beaver. Good morning. Uh, I was thinking about I’m handing off my account. So now I’ve been, I’ve been messing with my Seon Rinsta. I was thinking about taking my Seon Matossian account with the blue check mark. Cause I don’t wanna lose that because that’s how I troll people to get them to come on the podcast. So I was thinking about like, stop. I’m gonna stop posting on that. Except like have someone who’s like, just like, you know, like just a, like a social media whore. Do it. You know what I mean? Oh, Caleb. Did you see another? Oh yeah. And then you, Hey Jay, what’s up, dude.

Jay Nera (02:01):

What’s going on?

Sevan Matossian (02:02):

How are you?

Jay Nera (02:03):

I’m good. Good.

Sevan Matossian (02:03):

How are you? Good morning. Good. Uh, Caleb, J J uh, Jay Caleb. What’s

Jay Nera (02:09):


Caleb Beaver (02:09):

Man. Nice to, nice to meet you, Jay.

Sevan Matossian (02:11):

Hey Jay, last night my account came back

Jay Nera (02:13):

Just randomly.

Sevan Matossian (02:15):

Yeah. Well, I mean, I was doing what you told me to do. I was just doing the, uh, you know, sending in requests. The crazy part is, is I would go to the help center. Right. And it would say, was your account deleted for the wrong reasons? I would say yes. Then I would fill out the form. And then whenever I would hit, okay. Every single time from the first time it would say, please try again. Later, this features busted. And then I would try again, two seconds later and it would say, Hey, stop spamming us. And I’m like, dude, like, how did you know if the first time wasn’t working? And then I try again. Then that means the first one got there, because now you’re saying it’s like, it’s like, if I went to slap you on the head and missed, and then I went to try to slap you on the head again. And you’re like, Hey, Hey, stop hitting me on the head. Like motherfucker, I didn’t hit you the first time I tried to.

Jay Nera (03:01):

That’s great that you got it back. That’s

Sevan Matossian (03:02):

Awesome. I know. I, I was thinking, I’m going to hand off that account to like, just like some social media, just like, you know, sell out like someone.

Jay Nera (03:11):

Whoa. The, it says Jane era 3.0, change that right away. That’s my hack account

Sevan Matossian (03:16):

Hack account.

Jay Nera (03:17):

That’s the hack account. That’s

Sevan Matossian (03:18):

Uh, disgusting. What should I change?

Jay Nera (03:20):

Can we follow that? If you want someone trying to sell you crypto now.

Sevan Matossian (03:23):

Okay. So I should change it to

Jay Nera (03:26):


Sevan Matossian (03:27):


Jay Nera (03:31):

20 0 0.

Sevan Matossian (03:32):

So that’s been up since the last time you were on

Jay Nera (03:36):

Jane Z 2100. That’s that’s uh,

Sevan Matossian (03:39):

No, but no I’m saying the other one that other name must have been in there since the last time I had you on.

Jay Nera (03:44):

Oh, okay. Cause the last time you had me on this, this account, which has been my main account. Yeah. Was probably gone at that point.

Sevan Matossian (03:50):


Jay Nera (03:51):

I’ve I’ve had trouble, a lot of trouble with this account. They’re constantly attacking this account, but it’s my main one.

Sevan Matossian (03:57):

Hey, I wanna come in super. Oh, so what do you think about that? I just let, I, I let someone run my social media account with the blue check mark, because someone goes, Hey, one of my friends goes, Hey, now that you’re doing your new, this is before I got my account back last night, someone’s like, Hey, are you gonna do anything different on your new account? And I go, no. Why? And they go, so you don’t get kicked off again. I’m like, I don’t know how to do anything different. Mm-hmm <affirmative> I can’t like, I, I can’t. Um, anytime I see something that says like, this person took the injection and died, I’m gonna post it. You know what I mean? I can’t because that’s what I do. So I’m thinking maybe I should take my hands off the blue check mark and only live in the DMS there and let someone else do all my posting there because that’s my account that I need to like text people like you. And then you see the blue check mark pop up in your inbox and you’re like, okay, I’ll fuck with this dude.

Jay Nera (04:47):

Yeah. It

Sevan Matossian (04:48):

Like that strategy. Or you think that’s, I’m kind of selling out. I mean, I don’t care if I am selling out a little bit. Like I need, I don’t wanna lose that account.

Jay Nera (04:54):


Sevan Matossian (04:55):

I mean, although, although I didn’t even care when I lost it. I was more, I, when I lost it, I was like, okay, no big deal, but I didn’t even say no big deal. I had no thoughts about it. But when I got it back last night, fucking red Paning night, I was pumped.

Jay Nera (05:08):


Sevan Matossian (05:08):

I still, it’s not, it’s not. I told my wife time to celebrate.

Jay Nera (05:11):

It’s not selling out if you’re maintaining the purpose of having the account.

Sevan Matossian (05:14):

Right. Right. Right.

Jay Nera (05:15):

So I mean, if, if you, if you don’t do anything or say anything that is on your mind completely, then you can’t even use the account the way you authentically wanted to. So it makes no sense. Right. But 1, 1, 1 thing that I’ve noticed, and I notice it when I’m speaking with people is because of, because you can’t say certain things, like if I start saying the word vaccine a lot, then all of a sudden my account starts getting shadow band. And I’ve noticed now, whenever I say whenever I wanna talk about that. Like, even as I was giving a speech yesterday and I started talking about the jab with people, like I do, like, this is a habit. Now this is a reflex doing quotations with my fingers and saying the jab or the, you know what it’s like, my brain has self censored itself to not even say the word. You know what I mean? And it’s, yeah. It’s very weird how that, that habit forms, uh, it works like they’re effective on shutting us up like that. So

Sevan Matossian (06:15):

I wanna see I’m gonna watch, um, Caleb. Oh, yep. Look, look, we already got, uh, we already got a monetization ding for that.

Jay Nera (06:25):

What’s that

Sevan Matossian (06:25):

Now? So I just went to YouTube to see, because you said that word four times the V word vaccine, injection, monoclonal antibodies, mRNA, gene therapy. Uh, we, we, our monetization thing has already been dinged like on my YouTube channel, they already say, Hey, we are limiting your access, but you know what I can do. Even before the show’s over, they got a review button here and I just hit review. This happens every show. Cause I talk about it. Every show, no matter what, like we’ll be talking about football and I’ll throw in a vaccine comment and then I just hit review. And then they basically, what it does is when you say those words like that, it sets off some trigger. And then basically they say, Hey, we, we’re not gonna let, um, people, a lot of people advertise on your video. We’ve reduced the number of people who can advertise on your video. And then they got a little button here that says you can request a review and I request a review and it always clears.

Jay Nera (07:14):


Sevan Matossian (07:15):

Did you see that, Caleb? Did you see how it did you, can you see that? Yeah, I just, I already hit the review, add suitability and I’ll read it to you. Cause I, this video is being reviewed to determine whether it’s suitable for most advertisers.

Jay Nera (07:28):

Okay. Oh. So are we, are we on right now or

Sevan Matossian (07:29):

Yeah. Yeah. We’re live. We’re

Jay Nera (07:31):

Live. Oh, okay.

Sevan Matossian (07:33):

I always wonder how fast it, it catches that. Like if I said, if I said, if I said cunt, it doesn’t catch it as fast, but if you say that other word vaccine, it catches it so quick.

Jay Nera (07:43):

What about AF bombs?

Sevan Matossian (07:46):

Uh, yeah. It catches those, but not as quick as other word vaccine, if you say, fuck it catches it, but you can always ask for review.

Jay Nera (07:52):


Sevan Matossian (07:53):

Yeah. And I say, but you, I say all sorts of racial slurs on here in context, like just talking about them and about how like, if, if, and I go, go into anyway, uh, it, it doesn’t catch those. It doesn’t care if you do those.

Jay Nera (08:09):

Right. You said you wanted to come in hot.

Sevan Matossian (08:12):

Yeah. Ready? All right. I, I just saw this, um, uh, Caleb, can you go to Matt Walsh’s account and go to the, um, second video? It’s the first video. He doesn’t have pinned. Here’s the, here’s the thing I’m struggling with. I struggle when people conflate stuff or, or when they leave stuff ambiguous. So Preger, you recently posted something this morning where they say, Hey, if you say something and the woo crowd comes after you don’t apologize. And the example that they use is, um, uh, I’ll get to that. But they don’t know. Not that one, sorry. Yes. That, that has been arrested. And the reason why they say that, they never tell you why you shouldn’t apologize. And I, and I’m gonna circle back to that and explain why you shouldn’t apologize. But this is another one of those things. I like this guy, Matt Walsh.

Sevan Matossian (09:00):

But in this video, what he’s doing is he’s trying to draw a connection between what I think is gay people and pedophiles. And I don’t think there’s any connection there at all. And I think I, I, I don’t, I don’t, I don’t think it, I don’t think it’s a nice thing to do now. I don’t like this. G B Q T plus thing that that’s forming. I don’t like it because it’s four. It it’s, it’s, um, it’s lumping up lesbians and gay people with transgender people. And these are, these are totally different, uh, issues. One is sexual preference. One’s um, um, mental disorder. So, um, I, I don’t know why they have to be clumped together. One’s about who you think you are and the other one’s about who’s genitalia. You wanna touch? I mean that, they’re not even, they’re not even in the same ballpark, but, but I, I wanna know what you think about this. Will you play this Caleb,

Speaker 5 (09:53):

A Michigan public school employee who staunchly advocated for LGBT curricula to his district school board has been arrested as part of a police sting operation targeting local pedophiles.

Speaker 6 (10:02):

I’m a resident town, taxpayer vaccinated and functioning graduate of this high school class of 1999. Proud member of the L G L G B T Q I a community and an employee of Mount pleasant, public schools,

Speaker 5 (10:18):

41 year old, Eric Roman, an employee of Mount pleasant, uh, Michigan’s public school system was arrested as part of an Isabella county Sheriff’s office sting operation that also saw two more alleged child predators put behind bars. All three were arrested for using a computer to commit a crime and a costing, a minor for immoral purposes. Police alleged that three communicated over various social media apps with decoys posing as children, the three R accused of going to a location to have sex with a child where they were arrested. The report goes on to a Michigan public,

Sevan Matossian (10:46):

By the way, I am very glad at the end. He didn’t just leave it as immoral. He told us that they went to a location to have sex with a child by sex. I mean, I, or I assume, I mean, some, I assume they mean some sort of like, um, penetration or oral sex or something like that. But I think it’s important that people be very clear about what they’re saying, but do you see the tie there that they’re trying to tie this the, or, or you don’t think so? You think that’s fine? Like, I don’t, I don’t, I don’t like this. I don’t want to alienate gay people and just, I don’t want this movement that gay people are pedophiles. They hate

Jay Nera (11:19):

That. Right. I, I know, I know a few people who, um, I’m not, I’m not like I’ll admit I’m not friends with any explicitly like flamboyant gay people. I mean, like maybe the closest one would be my cousin. Who’s like Sheldon from the big bang theory. And like, we didn’t know he was gay until he was like 27 years old. Like, he’s just a normal, quiet guy. He’s not flamboyant at all. But his husband is, uh, is a little bit more out there, but I don’t know any super flamboyant, um, homosexuals, but the ones that I do know, they look at this, that community and they roll their eyes. Like,

Sevan Matossian (11:59):

Yeah, me

Jay Nera (12:00):

Too. They, they don’t know like putting the rainbow flag to them means one thing, but they don’t, they don’t want to express it at all. They don’t wanna be a part of it because it is associated with so much illogical, irrational belief. Now it’s, it’s, it’s tied into this like whole postmodernist movement. Right. And it is just completely attacking reason. Um, I look at Matt Walsh, like, what is a woman cool documentary? Like, I don’t, I like, I’ve heard people say, oh, it’s great. It’s awesome. And I watched a lot of it. And to be honest, I’m insulted that that exists.

Sevan Matossian (12:38):

You mean that the movie even has to exist?

Jay Nera (12:41):

Yeah. I’m insulted by it. Like, this is my species. Like this is humanity right now. Like, am I gonna make a documentary that says two plus two is four.

Sevan Matossian (12:51):

Yeah. Yeah.

Jay Nera (12:51):

And have to like, explain it like, oh, well if one plus one equals two. Yeah. Well then one plus one plus one plus one must equal. Oh, wow. I got you. See, these guys are idiots. Oh, I’m so smart logic. Like, that is what that video looks like to me. It doesn’t like when he is,

Sevan Matossian (13:09):

It’s a, it feels like more like a stand up routine. Like it should be comedy.

Jay Nera (13:14):

It is. It’s very comical. Like, especially when, uh, he talks to the

Sevan Matossian (13:18):

Kind of in a sad way that there’s, that there’s people who refuse to acknowledge definition of words.

Jay Nera (13:23):

Yeah. He talk, he talked about the people wanting to remove limbs,

Sevan Matossian (13:26):

Right? Yeah. Yeah.

Jay Nera (13:27):

And that, and that one doctor who does the sex changes is like, oh, those people are quacks. Like, oh, okay. Like, I, I almost, I actually, I actually, it took me three attempts to watch that because I felt

Sevan Matossian (13:40):

I’ve only seen the clips. Yeah. I’ve only seen the clips. Well, um, that is so going to back what you’re saying, which I, I think what you’re referencing is I haven’t seen this, but I heard about it that it’s illegal to have limbs removed. You can’t go into a doctor and be like, Hey, this arm isn’t mine. And ask him to take it off. That’s illegal. But you can say that penis isn’t mine and have that removed. And it’s like, what the fuck?

Jay Nera (14:01):

Yeah. He, he wasn’t even talking about the legality of it. He was just asking the doctor what they thought of those people. Right. And then the doctor couldn’t draw the, the couldn’t bring the two together to see how they are comparable. He’s like, oh, well, those people are, those people are quacks. It’s like, okay. You know, like both are out of touch with reality and want something from their body removed. But they, they just couldn’t make it. They just couldn’t make the bridge.

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

I, I, I heard this other example before also that, um, you are, you’re an anorexic. You don’t think you’re skinny enough. You go to the doctor and you ask him to, uh, give you a gastric bypass and liposuction. And he looks at you like, dude, you, you, you have a disorder. And you’re asking us to participate in this, in this disorder. Let’s talk through this and maybe get you some rearrange, your thoughts and your perceptions and get you some help. And that’s how most disorders are treated, right? They’re not like, Hey, let’s exacerbate it. You don’t go to the doctor and be like, Hey, I need heroin. And he shoots you up. But that is what’s happening with people and their sex. They’re going in there with a disorder. And instead of the dis establishment talking to you about it and viewing it as a mental disorder or, or, or something that maybe needs to be talked through or worked on they’re they’re, they’re, they’re, uh, their docent that take you deeper into your insanity.

Jay Nera (15:26):

So in Canada,

Sevan Matossian (15:28):

It’s pretty and that’s who you are, right. You’re in Canada,

Jay Nera (15:31):

I’m, I’m in China. So there’s some very interesting things here a few years ago. There’s a few bill. There’s a few bills bills that have been passed, which just really mess a lot of things up. So there’s one bill, I believe it’s C 89. And what it does is it was meant to protect religious, like freedoms choice for religion kind of thing. And it had to do with children and parents. And what it is is if the, the child does not feel supported by the parent. Okay? So let’s say a child says, I want to convert to Islam or whatever. And the parent doesn’t support it. Then there’s means for the state to step in and say, you don’t deserve to be a parent. You’re a bad parent. This is O online with like child abuse, kindness. So they could take the child away. But the wording in this document is so wide open that it actually ends up being, if a child says they identify as, um, like if it’s a boy and he says he identifies as a girl or whatever, and the parent doesn’t want to participate in that. Yeah. Like, imagine if one of your sons was like, I want you to call me Linda. And you’re like, okay, don’t be ridiculous. You know what I mean, Avi. Right? Like, don’t be, don’t be ridiculous, dude. Like, come on, you’re a dude, you know, then he could go to his teacher and then his teacher might file something and then you’re gonna get a visit from child services and something’s gonna happen there. So that’s that

Sevan Matossian (16:54):

It’s F wow.

Jay Nera (16:56):

Yeah. There’s, uh, there’s been few cases in this country where children have wanted sex changes, uh, at young ages, like 13, 14, 15, and they got it. So there’s one. I can’t remember his name right now. He tours around the country. He had like a 12 or 13 year old child who had a sex.

Sevan Matossian (17:15):

Is he pissed? Is he pissed?

Jay Nera (17:17):

So listen to the story. Okay. So he had a child who had a sex change and, uh, he obviously didn’t want it to happen, but his ex-wife supported it. And so the child went ahead and got it. Couple years later, child depression, suicide debt. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (17:34):


Jay Nera (17:35):

Now the foster dead. Yeah. So now the father tours around trying to, uh, you know, build awareness about this.

Sevan Matossian (17:43):

Wait a sec, let me see if I understand this. It’s a couple, they’re not married. Their kid wants a sex change. The dad’s like, like, no, the mom’s yes. The kid gets the sex change at a young age and now the kid’s dead. Yep. Suicide. Holy shit.

Jay Nera (17:56):

Yeah. I mean like even the, the sex change stat is extremely high. I, I I’d be lying if I said I knew what it was, but I wanna say 70 or 80%.

Sevan Matossian (18:05):

It’s so obvious. There’ll be no happiness there. It’s it’s so obvious that there will be no happiness there it’s so obvious.

Jay Nera (18:12):

Right. Which goes to the

Sevan Matossian (18:13):

It’s like thinking you’re gonna buy a car and get happy, but dumber.

Jay Nera (18:16):

Yeah. Which goes again to treating them right. Treating them at like, as a dysphoria, as a, as a mental disorder, trying to like, get around like self-esteem issues or whatever it is. Right. Um, there’s, there’s also more going on that they’re trying to push right now in Canada, which is, um, if you are a doctor, you cannot try to, uh, I can’t think of the term right now. Sorry. Uh,

Sevan Matossian (18:44):


Jay Nera (18:46):

Yeah. You can’t, uh, what is the word? This is bothering me. I’m usually very good. I usually have a very good vocabulary

Sevan Matossian (18:52):

Right now. We have over an hour left, take your time.

Jay Nera (18:55):

But if you have a child, you can’t, you can’t go to a doctor. And the doctor can’t try to treat them like conversion therapy. They can’t try to treat them against it. Like they can’t say, okay, let’s sit down. Why do you think you’re a woman? And try to convince you that you are actually a male because you have a penis and you’re, you know what I mean? You were born with a penis like, hello. Wow. You can’t, you can’t do that. These doctors can lose their licenses, get fined, or even go to jail for six months. So what happens is, if a child goes in and they’re feeling this way, they can go see a doctor, have a few 30 minute sessions and then get a sex change prescribed. And this is before the ages where you could vote, or you could vote, you could drink, you can drive right before those ages, a child can do this with a few sessions. So it’s weird because it that’s such a, a weird, you know, unbalanced, uh, assessment that is happening for the child. They’re, they’re being, they’re actually being pushed towards one versus the other. Um, so this is gonna be a scary thing to see, cuz I, I, I I’m frightened as a parent. Like I couldn’t imagine all the propaganda on everything that’s gonna

Sevan Matossian (20:02):

Be happen happen is you kid in school

Jay Nera (20:03):

Schools. He’s starting school in September junior, kindergarten.

Sevan Matossian (20:08):

Oh, I’m sorry. And

Jay Nera (20:09):

Uh, this, this has been something that I have been very curious about. I’ve kind of been on the fence between homeschooling and, uh, and sending him to a public school. So I picked a very good school. So, and I got in, so I’m very happy, but I’m definitely gonna be keeping my ear to the ground on this one for the next, I

Sevan Matossian (20:26):

Would pick either a crazy fucking whackadoodle religious school or I just keep your kid at home.

Jay Nera (20:31):


Sevan Matossian (20:32):

I would just keep you kid out. Well, and I’m not religious at all, but those people, those are the, you need your kid being taught. Joe, you need your kid in a place where there’s a moral code, which is something that they just pick up from us as parents and how we treat other people or where there’s schools like shoving one down your throat. You, I mean that you ha um, there has to be a hedge against the insanity right now. There ha there, there has to be a, uh, I don’t want my kids exploring things. I don’t want my kids getting tattoos when they’re 16. I don’t want my kids getting tattoos ever. But if my kid gets a tattoo at 47, you know, you know, let’s say my kid becomes, uh, turns into a Navy seal and he wants to get a, tried it to commemorate it. Good on you. I do not. I think these, this, this changing your sex thing is like a fucking tattoo. Do, do I don’t how old are you Jay?

Jay Nera (21:31):


Sevan Matossian (21:33):

Maybe you remember? Do you remember when like no one had tattoos except for like you had to, like you had to be in a gang or some shit.

Jay Nera (21:39):

Yeah. I remember the, uh,

Sevan Matossian (21:41):

Like now everyone has one

Jay Nera (21:43):

Tattoos. I remember a point where I’d see someone with tribal tattoos and I’d go talk to him and he’d be talking about his trip to Malaysia New Zealand. Right. Like, you know what I mean? So it’s like he got these tattoos like authentically out there and then now it’s like a accessorized kind of, you know, worldliness.

Sevan Matossian (22:02):

Yeah. It’s it, it it’s, it’s just a and I just, man. So, so going back to this video, do you think, do you have an, do you have an issue with, or do you think that it’s just a fucking all out with Matt Walsh’s video or do you think, Hey, we’re beyond that shit. It’s just an all out fight now.

Jay Nera (22:21):

Uh, I think it’s always been a philosophical war. Uh, that video, the thing that stood out to me in that video was he had to highlight that he was vaccinated, which I found weird. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Highlight that. Like that’s some kind of a identity marker. Yeah. And then he seemed proud that he was a functioning adult.

Sevan Matossian (22:39):


Jay Nera (22:39):

Like if you have to mention that you’re like functioning that that’s weird to me. Yeah. I, I assume that people are functioning,

Sevan Matossian (22:46):

But what about the tie with him being gay or, or being proponent? Why not just reported as, Hey, this dude, um, is a pedophile. Why make the connection? That he’s part of the LGBTQ community? That’s the part, that’s the part, that’s the part I need clarity on because I don’t want, I, I don’t, what, what we’re gonna do there is we’re gonna alienate people, I think who are gay. We’re gonna alienate people who want to be intimate with the same genitalia that they have. If we start lumping them up with pedophiles.

Jay Nera (23:19):

Yeah. But everything has to do with labels today. Every everything needs to be labeled so that people can be properly polarized.

Sevan Matossian (23:27):

Right. This

Jay Nera (23:27):

Is right. This isn’t, uh, by, I think Matt

Sevan Matossian (23:29):

Walsh is part. So you think Matt Walsh is part of that unconsciously.

Jay Nera (23:33):

I think it’s a paradigm that we’ve all fallen into. Yeah. We we’ve been indoctrinated to think in terms of pro and anti that, that’s how we think like

Sevan Matossian (23:44):

That everything duality. Is that just like going back to just fucking Buddhism 1 0 1, is it just duality?

Jay Nera (23:53):

Well, I, I think what we’re doing is

Sevan Matossian (23:55):

I’m either happy or I’m sad. Like I’m forced to choose

Jay Nera (23:59):

Y Y yeah. But what we’re doing is we’re constantly yeah. You’re being forced to choose and you’re being forced to box people in a way that doesn’t recognize similarities. Right? Yeah. There, there, there’s always like, we’re all humans. So there’s one thing in common, but we are always eliminating that

Sevan Matossian (24:20):

We’re all born from women.

Jay Nera (24:22):

Yeah. <laugh> yeah. Fr and women being, you know, having vaginas, but we,

Sevan Matossian (24:29):

Oh, but here’s one, here’s the fucked up one. I really, really wanna make kids safe. That guy, not so much. I don’t want anything from kids. That guy wants something from kids.

Jay Nera (24:44):


Sevan Matossian (24:44):

<affirmative> I want something for kids. So that, that, that, that’s, that’s a distinction that’s fucking, and maybe, you know, that’s the one thing I have zero tolerance for. There’s so many things I have tolerance for. I have zero tolerance for pedophiles. Like zero.

Jay Nera (25:04):

I don’t think there should be any,

Sevan Matossian (25:05):


Jay Nera (25:06):

The, the victim is the most innocent. Right? You can’t get more innocent than a child.

Sevan Matossian (25:14):

I mean, that’s your purpose to protect them as, as a, as a older human mm-hmm <affirmative> um, so sorry. Interrupted. Did, did, did you, did you lose your train of thought after I interrupted you?

Jay Nera (25:28):

Yeah. I’ve been losing my train of thought this whole time due to interruptions.

Sevan Matossian (25:31):

Sorry, sorry, sorry. Sorry, Jay. Sorry. Sorry. I’ll I’ll behave. I’ll behave. Uh, can you pull up the Preger you Caleb, the, um, I wanna, I wanna show you, I wanna show you this one too. This one. Um, my question is why, why do people, um, do, do people know why it’s important? Not to apologize to the woke mob? Oh, you didn’t send me your notes. Oh, I, I didn’t send me my notes.

Jay Nera (26:00):

I don’t think so.

Sevan Matossian (26:02):

Let me see here. Will you go to Preger you the, um, their Instagram account? Let’s see, uh, oh, you’re right. I didn’t send him or did to send them, there we go. Bam. You got it. You go to the Preger you account. You’ll see. This guy says he shows the, um, you you’ve seen what Tom Hanks is getting a lot of notoriety. I mean, sorry, his son. Have you seen that?

Jay Nera (26:28):

No, I haven’t.

Sevan Matossian (26:29):

Let me see. Uh, keep scrolling down. Let me see. Oh, there it is. Um, cheche Hanks asked to apologize. Check this out.

Speaker 7 (26:40):

He marginalized communities. You wanna apologize too? I don’t know. Maybe the pot talk community.

Speaker 8 (26:51):

Nah, uh, I don’t feel like I’ve truly done anything offenses. So

Speaker 7 (26:55):

You don’t see it as cultural appropriation. You see it as like a celebration of culture. Mm-hmm <affirmative> and then it’s like social justice warriors can like go kick rocks.

Speaker 8 (27:02):

Yeah, yeah, yeah,

Speaker 7 (27:12):

No comment. Got

Speaker 8 (27:13):

It. No, I mean, I, I, a hundred percent agreed. Social justice warriors can kick rocks.

Speaker 9 (27:21):

Who knew Tom Hank’s son was so based. This is exactly how you should respond. When the woke mob comes after you demanding an apology, when you’ve done nothing wrong, hold your ground. Don’t apologize. And uh, I

Speaker 7 (27:31):

Love it. Are there any marginalized?

Sevan Matossian (27:33):

Why do you think it’s important? Not to appol or do you agree with that? That it’s important that you shouldn’t apologize.

Jay Nera (27:38):

Totally. Here’s a simple question. Do you agree with living with integrity, like

Sevan Matossian (27:44):

Honesty? Yes.

Speaker 8 (27:45):


Jay Nera (27:45):

And would an would a fake apology mean anything to you?

Sevan Matossian (27:50):

Um, gets me out of the discomfort of hurting someone else’s feelings fitting.

Jay Nera (27:54):

It hurts. It hurts my feelings to live in authentically. It hurts my feelings to be forced to do something that I don’t want to do. It hurts my feelings to be coerced and not, you know, if you want me to do something, you have to persuade me. You have to appeal to my reason. Right? You have to make me do it voluntarily. If you want me to do something and you have to compel me to do it because you’re threatening, you know, which is coercion. You’re compelling me to do something out of, you know, a threat of taking things away from me of hurting my life of attacking people. I love something like that. How could you expect to get an AU? Like, imagine, imagine you wanted to get it. You’re in a fight with your wife and she pulled a gun to your head and said, tell me you love me.

Jay Nera (28:39):

Uh, I love you. Like, that’s not love, you know what I mean? And that’s what that is. So to me, it’s no frigging way. Like it doesn’t benefit anybody. It’s just participating in the fantasy. Uh, everything is done illusion that people are participating in. It doesn’t matter. Like some of the illusion people recognize. Um, so one of my friends in the military, I was asking my question. We were at, there’s a lot of meetings that happened around the country. And one of the questions that I posed was I was like, look at Afghanistan, why are they so hard to conquer? What do they do? What’s great about them. And his response was they don’t live in an illusion. I was like, what do you mean? He’s like, we live in this illusion that someone is always going to save us. Someone is there’s always gonna be running water. There’s always gonna be electricity. There’s always gonna be food on the shelves. If someone tries to break into your home, there are always gonna be people who show up to you. They might be a little bit later, but the cops will show up. This is an illusion. And the there’s more illusions that we part, like that’s an illusion that we subconsciously participate in. And then there’s illusions that we do not mean to part or we, we know we participate in, um,

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