Greg Glassman #20 | Uncovering The TRUTH

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Good to see you to you. It’s been a minute since you’ve been on one of the shows with Greg.

Mattew Souza (00:05):

Yeah, it’s been three weeks, four weeks.

Sevan Matossian (00:08):

Yeah. You’re working class?

Mattew Souza (00:12):

I am,

Sevan Matossian (00:13):

Yeah. Your total working class?

Mattew Souza (00:15):


Sevan Matossian (00:16):

Look who decided to join us, Greg, Mr.

Greg Glassman (00:20):

How is everybody?

Sevan Matossian (00:22):

Oh, awesome.

Mattew Souza (00:23):


Greg Glassman (00:26):

Ready for Thanksgiving?

Sevan Matossian (00:28):

Oh, we got, yeah, we A little bit of an audio.

Greg Glassman (00:35):

Oh, let me go with the buds. I’ll be right back.

Sevan Matossian (00:38):

Okay, cool. Thank you. Thank you. That’ll as a little echoey and what’s the word I’m looking for?

Mattew Souza (00:47):

A lot of background noise.

Sevan Matossian (00:48):

Something. Yeah, something. Or he was too far away from the mic or something. Buenos Diaz good’s up. What’s up, bur? Dude, asymmetric gears. Hey Ernie. Hey Chris. Hey, good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. All y’all Ernie’s in a foreign land, right?

Mattew Souza (01:03):

Is he

Sevan Matossian (01:04):

Real, Kevin? I think so. Hey dude, there’s a new Leah Thomas. Oh, you like that idea? So a 10 to 12 minute format. Oh, I was thinking about starting every other day with the same thing. Did you see that website? What’s it called? The Quarter. Quarter?

Mattew Souza (01:25):

It’s not the screenshot, but I haven’t gone and actually looked at the actual website, which I need to do. Oh, sure. Because you need a new layout, right?

Sevan Matossian (01:33):

Yeah. This is the guy’s, this is the guy’s layout right here. Oh wait. But sometimes he’s in that center square. Oh wait, let’s see. Oh, not on that. Lemme see if I can find it. One where he’s on that center like that.

Mattew Souza (01:53):

Okay. And then what do we have down the side? Just like

Sevan Matossian (01:58):

Advertising content? Yeah, just ads and whatever. Just stuff. Maybe stuff advertising. The sev on podcast. I don’t know. Yeah, sponsors, people who give money.

Greg Glassman (02:17):

Can you hear me now?

Sevan Matossian (02:20):

Yeah, that’s a little bit better. Thank you.

Greg Glassman (02:23):

Or a lot.

Sevan Matossian (02:24):

It’s a little bit better. I’d say we’re halfway there. For some reason it’s kind like echoey. You’re far away from your thing, but it’s not bad. Not Echo is too strong of a word. Tinny maybe.

Greg Glassman (02:35):


Sevan Matossian (02:35):

Hey, there’s a new Leah Thomas. Did you see that? We’ve got another dude who’s entered the NCAA women’s swim world and just dominating now. Just another one.

Greg Glassman (02:53):

Is this the guy that hit the NC two? A record?

Sevan Matossian (02:57):

He had three records. Yeah, he already has three women’s records. I mean, he’s clearly a dude. It’s just crazy how it’s happening everywhere. I was looking at this one. Look at this just happened too for the female pool player championships. Hey, Caleb. What’s up, dude? Female pool player. Lynn Pinches, forfeits final against trans opponent. So they put a dude in her, but check out this one. This one’s wild. They had a lady who was going to fight in the Golden Gloves finals, and they didn’t tell her she was going against the dude, so she pulled out an hour before the fight. They were going to have her fight a guy without fucking telling her. This is like some gladiator shit. Kaisha, Kaia, bison stated there was no information, not even specifying that it was someone who was born male. It’s like everything was normalized. Female boxer withdraws from championship over transgender opponent, not transgender. It was a dude.

Mattew Souza (04:15):


Sevan Matossian (04:17):

How many daughters do you have, Greg?

Greg Glassman (04:21):


Sevan Matossian (04:25):

Damn. Caleb. Hi.

Mattew Souza (04:31):

What’s up, dude?

Sevan Matossian (04:32):

Hey, you wouldn’t have, wouldn’t have a guy fight a girl either without telling him, you know what I mean? Wouldn’t bring a girl in and have a guy fight a girl either. Wouldn’t she be bummed if they put a girl in and you beat her up and they didn’t tell you that would suck? Hey, Greg, when that was going down with CrossFit, did you want, I thought I remember you saying you kind of wanted to see it happen so you could take it to the Supreme Court and see how the decision with CrossFit was that No,

Greg Glassman (05:08):

No. It wasn’t my issue, but I was willing to go there. I mean, what I didn’t want to do is be held to a standard that other sports weren’t.

Sevan Matossian (05:15):


Greg Glassman (05:16):

Recognizing the little things, insanity. I just didn’t see it getting any real traction. But in the case of our gal, guy, whichever, I don’t even remember the claim, she was of no significance because she didn’t do well as a male, as a female or as something in between. So her scores were never of any consequence. She needed a whole bunch more narrowing of a division to show up on the radar and what was said publicly in a forum where there was a lot of, Jess created a problem and it all ended up settling it insignificant amounts of money. I think it was $50,000 a fraction of what it would’ve cost to go with the attorneys to make some kind of point.

Sevan Matossian (06:11):

But her placement kind of didn’t matter as much as just the precedent it sets. Right? All of a sudden you just have all these duties.

Greg Glassman (06:16):

No, the problem is that in a comment on a website, someone said, Hey, one of our staff, legal staff says you just sign up for the one you were born as. And the problem is that she’d already been allowed to sign up either way. Oh, right. That was already this standing rule. That wasn’t the official policy

Sevan Matossian (06:40):

And impossible to figure that out when you have 400,000 people signing up.

Greg Glassman (06:45):

Yeah, it wasn’t an issue with 400,000 competitors. There was one who had issue and she had issue with a public statement, not a corporate policy. And so it all dissolved to nothing. It wouldn’t have had existence had it not been filed in Santa Cruz County.

Sevan Matossian (07:02):

Really? Because of the politics in Santa Cruz

Greg Glassman (07:05):

And by a gentleman who had sued us unsuccessfully many times. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (07:11):


Greg Glassman (07:12):

Guy again, this clown. This clown. Never successful. I got deposed behind countless times. I kind of enjoyed it.

Sevan Matossian (07:26):

Was he not a smart man?

Greg Glassman (07:28):

Not even close.

Sevan Matossian (07:33):

This is an interesting problem, says Mr. Watkins of the Heat one app on one hand, you don’t want to have people compelled to disclose their medical history, close their mail. Yeah. I don’t even know if that’s a medical history.

Mattew Souza (07:46):

Not that I was going to say, is it, how is it medical history?

Greg Glassman (07:53):

We can make it that,

Sevan Matossian (07:55):

Hey, wasn’t there some rule in the NBA for a while? Or if you had aids you had to tell people. Or in boxing sports where there’s blood, you have to tell people if you have AIDS or if you have some sort of

Greg Glassman (08:11):

It was porn.

Sevan Matossian (08:12):

Oh, just porn. Okay. I knew it was some sport. Jake Chapman, does Greg have much knowledge on Parkinson’s disease?

Greg Glassman (08:27):

No. I mean, but you can’t help but notice some stuff, right? I mean, there’s things coming down down the pipe. We know that chronic traumatic brain injury is clearly predisposes you to it at the very best. At the very least. And is chemical causes,

Sevan Matossian (08:55):

Meaning you get Freddie Roach style, you get punched in the head a lot as a boxer and 20 years later, yeah,

Greg Glassman (09:01):

Muhammad Ali, tragic, my maternal grandfather got off the bus at 19 or 20 years old coming back from World War I with a pronounced Parkinson’s tremor that was quite advanced by the time he was 25, 30 years old. But he lived that all the way with that until he was 97, ate his meals alone in the kitchen. He’s sloshing coffee all over everywhere. And he could swing an ax and he could drive a truck and he could rope cattle, but he couldn’t drink coffee or write a letter or speak well, and it was an amazing deficit that he just had to overcome. But he got mustard gas and it resolved itself with Parkinson’s,

Sevan Matossian (09:48):

Resolved itself. Shit,

Greg Glassman (09:52):

At 19 he comes off the bus with a shaky voice. Kind of sounds like RFK of current was the way it was explained to me and imitated. But by the time I knew him, you had to know him or you didn’t understand what he was saying. But there were enough people in town that had been around with him since he was 19 years old, and it worked for him. He built a community of people that understood and brought his coffee, filled low in a big jar,

Sevan Matossian (10:20):

Filled low adaptation.

Greg Glassman (10:23):

Yeah. I mean, what are you going to do?

Sevan Matossian (10:27):

We went to your kid’s birthday party and you got a magician, and Avi wanted a magician, so we got a magician. We got a different one than you, but we ended up getting a magician with Parkinson’s disease. And there’s this trick where you take a big glass of water and pour it into a little glass of water and then into a littler glass of water into a littler, and then you pour it back up and show that the same amount of water fits in all four cups. But dude, that trick was fucking a disaster. There was water everywhere and afterwards, my mom thought it was on purpose. That was part of the trick.

Greg Glassman (10:58):

It sounds like I’m not going to join you laughter on that.

Sevan Matossian (11:04):

You can. He’s a good dude. Do.

Greg Glassman (11:06):

But that sounds like a test for Parkinson’s where at the end we got the beaker of how much water you sl,

Sevan Matossian (11:14):

However much water you lost. That’s how bad it is. What stage? Yeah. Does that kill you? Eventually Parkinson’s kills you.

Greg Glassman (11:21):

I saw that in a quick bio on Ali. They said that he developed sepsis from his Parkinson’s. I don’t know what the path of the disease looks like, nor what its complications are. My grandfather died in his sleep at 97. So

Sevan Matossian (11:46):

Mike McCaskey, you’re a good man, Greg. Meanwhile, Savon thinks it’s funny. It was amazing. It’s just the context. It’s like the magic trick. It doesn’t really work that well. It makes you think that that’s the trick, right? Instead of it being trick glasses, you think, oh, he just shakes some of the water out onto the floor and now it fits in the smaller glass. How was Africa?

Greg Glassman (12:14):

We went to the sage shells. And so in that dose, from that perspective, it was magnificent.

Sevan Matossian (12:20):

You went to Croatia and you’re like, Hey, this is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. And then you go to Seychelles, you’re like, oh, this is it.

Greg Glassman (12:27):

They’re similar. I mean, Croatia was blue and wonderful and a lot of fish and fish. This was similar but a little warmer and a little bluer.

Sevan Matossian (12:38):

And it’s not a spot for American. I shouldn’t say not for Americans. They just haven’t found it yet. America hasn’t found it yet.

Greg Glassman (12:47):

There was a lot of German and even more Russian tourists. And so where we went, the few times we went into kind of popular areas or the four Seasons, Russian was kind of the lay of the land

Sevan Matossian (13:02):

Better than Hawaii.

Greg Glassman (13:04):


Sevan Matossian (13:06):

Because the weather, the lack of humidity, the water, the people, the service.

Greg Glassman (13:11):

No, it was maybe hotter and more humid and the water was nice, but I don’t know. I don’t know. It wasn’t hard to find a sandy beach that there were turtle prints on the sand and no one was there coming. And tremendously welcome. Vital to the economy. And the locals appreciate that. The tourism,

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

The service is ass in Hawaii, right? Slow. Yeah. I,

Greg Glassman (13:49):

Too much of the population has been told for too long that they were exploited that Captain Cook came and did y’all a huge injustice and that there was a veritable paradise, the Garden of Ed and Utopia before we came along. But I’m lit syn and taking in that by while standing there at the palace where King K Mayo Force, 10,000 women and children and men to jump to their death, 10 fucking thousand.

Sevan Matossian (14:15):

Insane. And so

Greg Glassman (14:16):

I’m like, yeah, okay. That kind of fucking paradise,

Sevan Matossian (14:21):


Greg Glassman (14:22):

Depends on whether you’re, which end of the Diddy Mao, you’re on

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

Sarah Cox looking to stem cell therapy. She’s saying for Parkinson’s, did Greg’s vagina troop make Sorry. Go ahead, Greg.

Greg Glassman (14:38):

Yeah, that makes sense. If something did

Sevan Matossian (14:42):

Stem cell therapy for Parkinson’s,

Greg Glassman (14:45):

Boy, if there was a, I mean that’s consistent with the hope. And if it worked, I don’t know if I’d be shocked by it. Probably not.

Sevan Matossian (14:59):

Last week when you were on the air, you held up, I think what you were claiming is one of the world’s largest seeds.

Greg Glassman (15:05):

Yeah, I got one.

Sevan Matossian (15:07):

Is that the one that you held up? It looks smaller from here.

Greg Glassman (15:11):

Yeah, it made it

Sevan Matossian (15:18):

The vagina fruit. Oh, there we go. Now it’s back to all its glory. Crazy.

Greg Glassman (15:23):

Yeah. Hey, this thing, this

Sevan Matossian (15:26):

Is, I need a stand.

Greg Glassman (15:28):

Yeah, I got a guy for that too. But it’s cool. There’s only two little islands where those things have been found. And it’s the world’s largest sea. The big ones get 50 pounds. I think it was 26 kilograms is, and it grows high enough up that if it came loose and hey, you wouldn’t even have a chance.

Sevan Matossian (15:55):

Whenever I see stuff like that, I’m always curious if someone has successfully grown one elsewhere. A few times. I’ve tried to grow Bao Bao here in Santa Cruz and I failed every time the African tree. I wonder if anyone’s ever grown one of those somewhere. I guess if you were going to try it, you should do it in Hawaii. Similar climate.

Greg Glassman (16:15):

Yeah. I was trying to find if anyone had successfully grown tamarack on the Pacific Coast and you get down a rabbit hole of someone with a claim and other people going liar, and it might’ve been indoors part of the time. And funny. That’s not the same tree. It gets weird.

Sevan Matossian (16:37):

I saw something the other day that I’m about to show you, and what’s interesting is I saw a parallel between this and broken science and it’s not a good parallel. And this is from the Governor of New York, which is a highlight reel of idiocy. Are you familiar with her, Greg?

Greg Glassman (16:58):

No. Oh, the governor of New York.

Sevan Matossian (17:00):

Yeah, I’m, yeah. She’s a complete moron. And if I were to kind of sum up broken science, if I were to tell someone about it, I would call it a hedge or an inoculation against bad thinking. If someone said, well, what are you doing this? Why are you going out and march to listen to Greg’s talk? And I would be like, well, because he’s offering up the tools so that you could look at something and see if you’re being duped by or not give you the tools to kind of pry into something and see if it’s telling you the truth or not. And boy, it looks like they want to do the same thing. I’m going to play this clip for you. Let me know what you think. She wants to offer up tools also, here we go.

Speaker 7 (17:44):

Have to see this. The governor of New York just announced basically a ministry of truth that is going be put into public roles. Check this out.

Speaker 8 (17:51):

Today I’m directing the director of division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services to develop media literacy tools for K through 12 in our public schools. This’ll teach students

Sevan Matossian (18:05):

Media literacy tools

Speaker 8 (18:08):

And even teachers to help understand how to spot conspiracy theories and misinformation, disinformation and online hate. Start talking about what we’re seeing out there. Give the teachers the tools they need to help these conversations in school. And by teaching younger New Yorkers about how to discern between digital fact and digital fiction, we can better inoculate them from hatred and the spread of it and help prepare them for a very fast moving and often confusing world.

Speaker 7 (18:43):

The left loves to use fancy buzzwords to make it sound like they’re doing something nice, but in reality, we know what it means when she says that they’re going to root out conspiracy theories and teach these kids not to fall. For them, it means that they’re going to frame the right as conspiracy theorists as the purveyors of

Sevan Matossian (18:59):

Crazy, right?

Greg Glassman (19:03):

Wildly transparent.


Hey, we’re at a huge divide and it’s in part intellectual and it’s in part ethical. And this is why we frequently find ourselves trying to sort out the stupid from the evil. And it’s hard to do because you find crazy mosaics of both features in all kinds of individuals, but they go hand in hand and they serve one another. And so we need to reduce cognitive capacity to get you to swallow some just blatantly and obviously evil. And there’s blueprints for it. The socialists do this. This is what happened in Europe, China. Think of the amount of disbelief. Look at the threat that following gong is to the PRC and for, for honesty, perseverance, kindness. Come on, come on. What are those things? The enemy of the good. Look at this axes we’re up against. Look at the alliance of China, Russia, North Korea, Iran, and Radical Islam. And look at the collective ethics that those entities offer. Express. China got all upset. The left got all upset because Bumble fuck got conned into stating the obvious that she ping’s a dictator. Who do we serve by pretending that’s not true? Our people. People. Is that pouring acid on the fucking guy? Is that the whole thing? It’s like Wizard of Oz. Bullshit. He’s got them thinking they voted for him.


We’re going to reveal that there’s a fix in it. Seems crazy, unethical not to, doesn’t it? Shouldn’t the whole world open a window and yell out? He’s a fucking dictator. What the hell else? I mean, I’m not saying that’s even a bad thing, but why do we have to pretend? Because we have to pretend because the next step is dictator. Good.

Mattew Souza (21:29):


Greg Glassman (21:30):

No difference between men and women. Yeah. Okay. I know what you mean. I’m not going to ruin your dinner party, so I’m just going to shut up here. My 10 year old daughter says they don’t even have the same privates. What do you mean they’re not different? Wow. I mean, is it more complicated than that? No, it is not. No, it is not. And so here we are. We’re going to pretend like this guy’s not a dictator. Why? Again? To further his fucking Cause that’s all. We’re going to get along better if we pretend like he has legitimacy.

Sevan Matossian (22:12):

Isn’t that,

Mattew Souza (22:13):

Go ahead.

Greg Glassman (22:14):

This is something you can recognize about Germans but not Chinese. Is it like that? The fucking dictator of the worst sort?

Sevan Matossian (22:26):

I feel like there’s this evolution that human beings go through. There’s nice people, and then once you graduate from being nice, you go to a person with values and morals. And when you’re nice, you just love everyone. A dictator, a ruler with total power over a country, typically one who has obtained control by force.


There’s this left. It’s love everyone, a peace no matter what. Don’t kill anyone for any reason. And then of course, the people that they hate and who that’s not true about is the people who don’t agree with them, which is the irony there. But once you being, you’re like, wait a second, love everyone, but I do have some values and some morals. I don’t want to bring pedophiles into my home. You know what I mean? You start realizing that that’s not true. You don’t love everyone. You’re not going to feed your mom to Jeffrey Dahmer. It’s a lie. You’re living a lie. And that’s when you have moral and values and you’ve kind of evolved as a human.

Greg Glassman (23:33):

Yes. Someone’s got that five-step progress by which success or wealth creates this unaware class that becomes weak. Right? I’m not, you’ve, you’ve all heard this. It’s like the five steps.

Sevan Matossian (23:50):

Maybe Caleb will find it.

Greg Glassman (23:51):

Yeah. It’s out there. Five steps of history or something. And it’s how the success breeds a weakness that creates failure, that creates hardship, that breeds more strong men for a better society. It gets so good that it crumbles

Sevan Matossian (24:10):

Hard times. Make strong men. Strong men make good times. Good times make weak men. Weak men make hard times.

Greg Glassman (24:16):


Sevan Matossian (24:17):


Greg Glassman (24:18):

Yeah. It’s one of those things. Of course, of course. But trippier, yet I think that liberals decay into socialism and socialists quickly come to a point where part of the policy becomes we’ve got to do something about these fucking Jews.

Sevan Matossian (24:45):

Metaphorically speaking, but Right.

Greg Glassman (24:47):

Yeah. Like gassing them and shit. Yeah. That kind of thing. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (24:52):

Metaphorically line. You use stacking bodies like cordwood basically. Hey, we have to stack stacking

Greg Glassman (24:56):

Bodies like Cordwood.

Sevan Matossian (24:58):


Greg Glassman (24:58):

What happens is the individual subjugates to the collective vision of the whatever you imagine the whole to be. And that becomes the greater good. And that’s when people end up stacked like Cordwood. And socialism is particularly adept at that. So while we’re all watching Republicans looking for Nazis, the Democratic party going to turn into fucking Jew killers. How supporting of Hamas in Iran that kills Jews. And by the way, the intent in killing the Jews, it’s not just the eradicate the Jews, it’s the fine sharpness on Western civilization. It’s the thing that makes our culture successful, dominant. It’s why we don’t live the way they do. They’re all living under dictatorship.

Mattew Souza (25:56):

The other thing that’s interesting is what is the implication of the fact that San Francisco cleaned all its streets out for that dictator? They found the resources and the money to sweep everybody off to the corners and build in some fencing overnight. And then the crazy part is, is that when Gavin came out, he goes, did we clean everything up because we have the leaders of China here? Well, yes we did. We want to represent. So then when you take that and you couple it with our media training for our K through 12, it seems to me like we’re building up this system where the thought police will come around and take you away. And the thought police is actually going to be your children because they’ll be more media trained to understand what you can’t understand. And if you have an opposing thought, you become the enemy. And then that enemy at some point needs to be rounded up and placed somewhere because they’re evil trained by

Greg Glassman (26:50):

The extent to which the streets were cleaned and of what they were cleaned. And the fact that that state that was addressed is the permanent long-term state for everyone. This makes that effort really no different than the Potemkin Village story where the facade of a village off in the distance was brought so that the leader could look out and see the prosperity. And they were carve cutouts, painted way off in the distance. And the brutality of that, a sa and savagery of an notion carries exactly to this.

Mattew Souza (27:31):

It reminds me of the stories when people visit North Korea, Hey, follow us through our carved out spot that everything, that’s exactly what it is, but it’s San Francisco. So the fact that you could even make that comparison even in the slightest has to be a huge red flag.

Sevan Matossian (27:49):

And it’s just out in the public for everyone to see.

Mattew Souza (27:51):

And they’re admitting it.

Sevan Matossian (27:52):

Yeah, they’re admitting it. It’s not even, yeah.

Greg Glassman (27:55):

The things that we see as defects in the Gavin methodology are in fact its chief virtues on behalf of those that created one of these. Everything that’s wrong is wrong on purpose. Homelessness isn’t a problem. It’s an opportunity


And it’s an opportunity for continued political control and more money running through the coffers. And it’s not exactly that. When we watched his Seattle dying, I had Jeff Kane do a bit of a dive on what the homeless industry looks like. And there’s a couple gals making billions of dollars, billions of dollars. Like how is it they’re spending $350,000 a fucking head? Who’s getting that money? Well, you didn’t have to look too hard to find out who is getting that money. And it’s enriching the hell out of people. It’s industry. It’s the homeless industry. It’s part of the disease economy. Pick the worst parts of what’s going on at the border, the worst parts. And I’m telling you, there’s a team rooting for it that knew that would happen. Biden and Company Epoch Times called out the border crisis is the ification of Arizona and New Mexico, Texas and Florida, what, seven years ago?


Eight years ago. Nothing new. It’s just trying to create more Democrats. The problem they have is that the last crew that came through the border adopted some values consistent with the success they’ve found and they’re not having it anymore. And those are black and brown people that have gotten off the plantation. And so you got letting another crop of people that will knee jerk reflexively vote, vote blue until they get jobs and go from one pickup truck to five and start hiring people to work for ’em, and then their kids won’t have anything to do with that bullshit. The impoverishment that’s required for leftist.

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