Greg Glassman | OCT 17 2023 | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:18):

Good morning. I went live and forgot to put my picture up. I apologize. I wonder if you guys could hear me, Jamie, good morning. Great job this weekend. The touch and go in the bag was awesome. Awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome. What’s interesting is for those of you who didn’t see it, Jamie Vladimir was competing at the CrossFit or at the crash Crucible at CrossFit Crash and there was an event where you had to move a sandbag from one side of the field to the other and the bag had to touch the ground. I don’t know, let’s say every five feet or six feet, 10 feet, I don’t know how many feet it was, and it was in seven segments.


So pick the bag up, shoulder it, walk it forward, put it down, and Jamie was touching going the bag Later on. One of the male masters athletes, Corey, er, Corey something or another, told us that they were told they could not do that, which doesn’t make sense to me. It was pretty awesome watching Jamie do it. We got a cool show, I think for you today. Let’s see who’s actually going to show up. We got a bunch of fun guests if they show up. You never know, but I’m pumped on Tuesdays. Normally we have Greg Glassman.


He’s in Italy this week, but coming home soon. What is today? October 17th. I think he comes home in another three days. Wow. Is this true? Rambler, the iPhone 15 drains its own battery and charges the power bank instead of the other way around. That can’t be true. Is that true? Someone tell me that’s not true. Bryson. Dante. Hey, what’s up Sevan? Have you looked into the water filter or anything at all? Need recommendations so I don’t have to drink neurotoxins? I used the Burkin. I was a champion of it and people have been sending me weird shit about it. I know it’s crazy popular, but it’s the one I use. I’ve been hearing some whack shit about the Brita, but I don’t feel like I could stand by anything right now and tell you, Hey, use this one. I don’t know. This sounds like a water filter. I’m not sure what Renee K is saying, but Alexa Pure.


Sorry, I wish I had it for you. Yeah, Brita. Yeah, Brita. It sounds like Brita was just a throw it on the hoax list. Throw it on the hoax list. What is today? Tuesday? There is an affiliate in Israel that might pop on today and Hunter will be at the end of the show. Hunter McIntyre will come on for a few minutes. He’s doing his, you know that show he has the YouTube show he has with that other gentleman. It’s called Bunker Brigades or Badass Bunkers or it’s some sort of fitness competition and they got two open spots. I guess two people pulled out, so he’s looking for a couple people to fill those spots. And then of course Greg, Greg should be here in a minute. Oh, battle Bunker. Thank you. Wad zombie Battle bunker. So he’ll be talking about that soon with Austin. Alex, Greg says his sign in is blocked. Let’s see. Go.


How’s that? Just send ’em a new link. Send everyone a new link. Oh, it looks like the same link. I’ve been Dan. Good morning Dan. Good morning Dan. Good morning. To get rid of fluoride, you need a filter with an activated Illumina or you can use reverse osmosis. Yeah, I’m on a well, so I don’t think I have that anyway. My water just comes straight from the ground, so I just have whatever shit’s in the ground. I have been getting dms from a lot of people that they don’t tell me what I guess ethnicity they are or religion they are, but they appear to be Muslim and Arabs of some Arab descent or at least live over there. And they’ve been very cool. They’ve been very cool dms and they basically keep saying the same thing that I’m not seeing the full picture and they keep using words like genocide and they say that potentially I’m mischaracterizing the situation over there when there was in the most generic sense, I’ll tell a story about my wife was crossing the street one time and she had the right of way.


She had a green light and a car ran through the intersection and hit her and changed the course for her life forever and she almost lost the leg. She almost had to have the leg amputated and ended up being six surgeries over a two year period with all sorts of just shit infections. And of course she’s fine enough now she can run and jump and do 300 air squats and all that, but I don’t think she has a meniscus and it was scary and took up a shit load of time in her life and she had to be on crazy.


She had to be on crazy antibiotics, which I think weren’t good for her. I just sent you the link. This is it. Yeah, that works. And so at the end of the day, it didn’t matter. It didn’t matter that it wasn’t her fault. Everyone gets that right. It did not matter that it was not her fault. She got hit by the car. It did not matter. Lemme repeat that again. It does not matter if you get hit by a car, whether it’s your fault or not. So on some level, at the end of the day, if you’re there in a country that’s being bombed, you got to go. I would leave and I’ve been having that discussion with my dad recently too because he’s claiming he’s not going to leave Armenia because they got the same shit going on there. The southern border’s about to be invaded by Azerbaijan. He says he’s going to stay. I think it’s a mistake. Come home to your family. Hey dude, what’s up? You’re looking slick. Look at that beard.

Greg Glassman (08:20):

It’s out of control.

Sevan Matossian (08:22):

I love it. Dang, you look like you’re writing a book or something.

Greg Glassman (08:28):

Yeah, maybe I am. Hey, leave or not. There’s no right or wrong there, but

Sevan Matossian (08:37):

What do you mean? There’s no wrong if you stay, there’s no wrong if you leave. It’s just like it’s outcome. If you stay,

Greg Glassman (08:42):

This is my last stand. I’m going to die here. This is my home, I will not leave. I understand that and I don’t have an argument against it. I might beg and plead for you to leave, but more I think to the point is, should you decide to leave while the attacking forces are attacking and they’re recommending you leave and you get clipped, that doesn’t make it their fault.

Sevan Matossian (09:13):

Explain that to me. They tell you there’s an open corridor and then you’re leaving through it,

Greg Glassman (09:22):

Or let’s just use a

Sevan Matossian (09:23):

Real situation.

Greg Glassman (09:24):

It’s relatively open. We’re going to crush this town. We we’re going to destroy the underground tunnels and we’re going to eliminate every vestige of the terrorists. And it may be that on your way out you get clipped, but it’s way more certain that you will be staying.

Sevan Matossian (09:53):

What I saw last night is Israel has told Palestine, Hey, that first 2.5 miles of Gaza were coming in and you should leave that section. If you’re in that section, there’s a chance you’re going to get killed. So now’s the time to move south. And so what’s also interesting too is people keep talking about how big the death toll numbers are, but I didn’t do that on purpose by the way. That’s just, I dunno why Streamy Yard does that. The death toll numbers. If they drop 6,000 bombs and there’s 20 by now it’s probably 12,000 bombs and there’s 2,700 deaths in Palestine, it’s pretty clear they’re not dropping bombs to kill people. It’s pretty clear they’re not dropping bombs to kill people If you’ve dropped 12,000 bombs in only 2,700 deaths,

Greg Glassman (10:42):

They’re trying to kill people and they’re trying to disrupt supply lines and they’re trying to eliminate the infrastructure of a school shooter, Charles Manson like culture that is the government of several million innocent people.

Sevan Matossian (11:03):

What do you say to this?

Greg Glassman (11:05):

It’s like Valdi, you had that sick fuck puke killing kids. The solution may indeed damage some students their collateral damage and what makes ’em collateral is that Hamas is telling them not to leave, that Hamas has been hiding behind him, that Hamas has enslaved these people.

Sevan Matossian (11:37):

What do you say to the people who say they can’t leave?

Greg Glassman (11:43):

I imagine there’s many who I’m sure who can’t.

Sevan Matossian (11:49):

There’s this description that it’s the world’s largest outdoor free air prison, but when I look inside and look at all the buildings and infrastructure, I’m like, well, that’s like no prison that I’ve ever seen. And I know I have acquaintances that go, that have traveled in and out of Gaza from the United States to Gaza for many years and that have family there and that were building their dream home there

Greg Glassman (12:13):

By our standards. Life is hell there. Life is hell everywhere. Where you have evil government that doesn’t give a fuck about the people and routinely as a matter of strategy uses them to shield themselves from using their own people righteous forces.

Sevan Matossian (12:37):


Greg Glassman (12:38):

Interesting, if the guys that killed that kid Cruz at Marjorie Douglas, whatever high school had they shot a kid, that doesn’t mean it would’ve been better off if they had not gone after him. Let’s go to Valdi, the kid that they killed there, what they didn’t need to do was make a deal with him that allowed him to control third, fourth, and fifth grade in that building. This isn’t that complicated though. It’s filled with some atrocities, and that’s probably even the wrong word. Some horribly unfortunate tragedies, great terrors Japanese and World War ii, Germans, world War ii, we couldn’t eradicate them without significant costs on the civilian population. If you could go after the Japanese and the Germans with guarantees of no damage to civilians, Hitler would still be killing Jews. It’s the same thing with humanitarian relief. We start bringing food into GA’s strip and who’s going to be eating the food? Who the fuck do you think is going to get the food?

Sevan Matossian (14:26):

Well, the White House, it’s interesting. I don’t know. The White House already said that any aid that they give Hamas will get. They kind of slipped up the way they said it. They were trying to basically admitting that the 6 billion that they gave to Iran will actually make it to Hamas.

Greg Glassman (14:41):

You send a dozen donuts into Gaza and terrorists will get the donuts.

Sevan Matossian (14:51):

Another interesting element is there are a lot of people now speaking openly about, Hey, show me the beheaded baby. I don’t believe the baby was beheaded and I started thinking back and in my 51 years on planet Earth, I don’t know, I can’t tell you how many times I heard a story about someone getting their head cut off, but every single time there was some sort of Muslim involved in it. It seems to be like I never heard it was a Christian or a Jew or a Mexican shaman. It seems to be the preferred method, right? When you hear on the streets of London, someone gets their head cut off. It was some sort of Muslim extremist guy that looks like me.

Greg Glassman (15:33):

Have you seen the pictures of Sharon Tates slid open baby, slid open belly and her murdered baby?

Sevan Matossian (15:40):


Greg Glassman (15:41):

I haven’t.

Sevan Matossian (15:42):


Greg Glassman (15:43):

Do you think it didn’t happen?

Sevan Matossian (15:44):

No, I do think it happened.

Greg Glassman (15:46):

I understand that the Netanyahu government has shown it

Sevan Matossian (15:52):

The dead babies.

Greg Glassman (15:54):


Sevan Matossian (15:56):

And a guy called in today who had a, sorry, a guy called in yesterday who lives in LA now who has friends who were at the music festival, and he said it was way worse than even what the TV’s describing and that the only reason why he’s alive is because he was in shape and that people were hiding underneath dead bodies, pulling dead bodies. Basically on top of him was the imagery that I was receiving.

Greg Glassman (16:24):

The goal was to inflict as much tear and horror on these poor people as could possibly be done. I believe they were successful. I think that our media should be showing these images.

Sevan Matossian (16:39):

You believe they should be.

Greg Glassman (16:41):

Oh, of course they should, but they won’t even tell us the truth about the damage from the vaccine.

Sevan Matossian (16:49):

Right. I also have never seen, there’s this distinction that a lot of people have been DMing me. Were like, Hey, the Palestinians are not pro Hamas. They are not Hamas that they also,

Greg Glassman (17:10):

I believe that they

Sevan Matossian (17:11):

Also don’t. Well then, but then why do all of the groups that we see organizing in universities across this country conflated the thousands of kids gathering or hundreds of kids gathering, basically supporting Palestine and the actions that have taken place.

Greg Glassman (17:31):

This is the modern day academic view that two plus two is five and mommy has a penis and there’s no difference between men and women and on and on. It’s an ideology that’s so on the rocks morally, logically. Historically it couldn’t be worse. And its chief tool for dissemination of its views is rhymed couplet in chance and censorship

Sevan Matossian (18:15):

From the National Review article. The left opens, Hamas sympathizers have forever forfeited the Nazi charge. There’s a line in there. If cheering on the murder of Jews isn’t antisemitism, then I don’t know what is. Progressives who refused to condemn Hamas have forever forfeited the Nazi charge.

Greg Glassman (18:37):

It was never sincere. Anyways, it was propaganda.

Sevan Matossian (18:41):

Which part?

Greg Glassman (18:44):

The calling Trump a Nazi. Oh, right, right. And by the way, one of the things I like about National Review is that there is no more articulate nor intellectual a sale on Trump than from there calling ’em Hitler and saying You hate him and crying about him is in an intellectual position for me,

Sevan Matossian (19:20):

Right? You mean like when the view calls vikk ram Swami dumb and everyone laughs.

Greg Glassman (19:28):

Those chicks are fucking retarded.

Sevan Matossian (19:30):

I understand. Clinically speaking,

Greg Glassman (19:34):

Hit me up. I should call ’em imbecile is That’s cool. You can still use that.

Sevan Matossian (19:40):

I like Ile

Greg Glassman (19:42):

Idiot also is okay. Idiot’s. Okay, imbecile works. Those are still technical terms,

Sevan Matossian (19:50):

Semi retarded.

Greg Glassman (19:52):

Those ladies are dumb profoundly. So

Sevan Matossian (20:00):

Northwestern, that’s where my mom went. Northwestern’s, middle Eastern and North African Student Association, according to the National Review, said that its members resoundly support Palestinian resistance and that it grieves for the martyrs, meaning they’re grieving for the people who cross the border and killed those Jews. By the way, the people who are denying that they were beheaded, they’re not denying that the event actually happened. They’re just saying that they weren’t beheaded, which is an interesting distinction.

Greg Glassman (20:42):

The problem with Nicholas Cruz hit Marjorie Douglas Hinman, I think that was the school. The problem isn’t with kids with Spanish surnames. The problem isn’t with 15 year olds that come from broken homes.


The problem is with this sick fuck killing kids. And so I have no issue with the Palestinians. My issue is with Hamas, and when Netanyahu says every member of Hamas is slated for death, I’ll stand up and applaud. I want to go back to what it was like on the liberation of France. When you caught wearing a swastika on your arm, you needed your brains on the walls, not going to separate good Nazis from bad Nazis. And there’s nothing, it says nothing about the German people. The German people were victims of the German government, even though they voted for the motherfucker.

Sevan Matossian (21:57):

A couple days ago. I was riding sitting on the assault bike watching the tv, and I was watching babies being pulled out of bomb buildings in Gaza and kids and I started crying, just tears rolling down my face like, holy shit. And the truth is I start thinking of ’em that they’re my kids. I dunno why I just cross over that every time I see the kids. Of

Greg Glassman (22:19):


Sevan Matossian (22:20):

Of course. If they don’t have a way out, is there any party that’s like, man, is there any party that’s like, Hey,

Greg Glassman (22:31):

Hamas. Hamas takes over my home and fires on good people in all directions from my home. The bomb that comes in and takes out me and my family is not the fault of the people that launched the bomb. Remember the Jews at TripLink and Auschwitz watch Allied Planes overhead and prayed to their God to bomb the concentration camp? I have read and sources I consider reliable, that there were people on the brink of the Masada like decision to slip their children’s throats and take their own lives

Sevan Matossian (23:19):

Because they knew what was coming. They know what’s coming.

Greg Glassman (23:23):

Yes. I mentioned this last week, as long as live free or die as a slogan, you’re going to be a slave. If you’re just pretending you’d actually rather live than be a slave, then there’s someone willing to make you a slave. That will be your fate. If the worst thing that can happen to you is to be nuke, you’ll be a slave. If you’re willing to nuke someone else to keep from being a slave, that is a profound deterrent to those that want to enslave you.

Sevan Matossian (24:11):

Hence the need for strong leader.

Greg Glassman (24:13):

They’re not willing to be nuke to enslave you. They’ll just rattle the nuke button to get you to yield. If in fact it turns out you would nuke them and be nuked yourself before being a slave, you’re not going to be slave nor get nuked.

Sevan Matossian (24:34):

So the whole game is leverage people’s fears. Yes.

Greg Glassman (24:46):

In both directions. The

Sevan Matossian (24:53):


Greg Glassman (24:54):

Is kind of simple.

Sevan Matossian (24:58):

The calculus or calculus,

Greg Glassman (25:00):

The calculus,

Sevan Matossian (25:05):

Would you call the term genocide is being thrown around a lot or what’s the one they like to use? Extermination or no cleansing, ethnic cleansing. They keep trying to throw that word around all of a sudden that there’s a genocide going on in Gaza and ethnic cleansing. And that is not anything that I’ve seen. I’ve not witnessed that.

Greg Glassman (25:26):

When Luke Harding was working his way into Georgia, and he was the bureau chief for the Guardian Moscow Bureau chief of the Guardian, and he was stopped at a checkpoint trying to enter into Georgia and you could see fires off in the horizon and smoke and troop movements. The Russian troops stopped him and said they wouldn’t be allowed to proceed until the ethnic cleansing was done. Wow. Yeah. It’s only an impossibility to the mainstream media that frankly doesn’t give a fuck.

Sevan Matossian (26:19):

Let me read this comment to you. By his logic, any of Greg’s family members will be legitimate military targets if we go to war with China from China’s perspective. Well, of course. Yeah,

Greg Glassman (26:31):

Of course they will. Don’t be stupid.

Sevan Matossian (26:33):

Yeah, of course they will. I’m not sure I understand the point. Yeah, of course. I was trying to give the example earlier that you knew me and Haley when Haley was hit by that car and it wasn’t her fault, but who gives a fuck if you get hit by, you’d rather just not be hit by a car. It does not matter At some point when your life is on the line whose fault it is, that’s what war is. I mean, there’s that component to war.

Greg Glassman (27:05):

You can’t bring a vast civilization to its knees without destroying its infrastructure. And the infrastructure’s cost is on the civilians and it’s there that the government loses its support.

Sevan Matossian (27:24):

Bernie Gannon, only one side has genocide literally written into its charter.

Greg Glassman (27:29):


Sevan Matossian (27:30):

Yeah. And that is an important thing. Those guys,

Greg Glassman (27:36):

One side has nukes because they think you’ll fear them and submit to slavery, and the other side has ’em because they would rather die than be enslaved. As soon as the side that says live free or die isn’t just a slogan in the manner of Masada, we will kill ourselves before we let you enslave us. Those nukes work. And at that point, the other side has no need for the nuke. They have no intention of being nuke their position. We will enslave you or be incinerated.

Sevan Matossian (28:22):

Just so we’re clear, you both seem to think the children of a nation with whom we are at war are legitimate military targets. Of

Greg Glassman (28:30):

Course I don’t. That’s stupid.

Sevan Matossian (28:32):

Yeah. No, we don’t think that, but they are. Everything is a legitimate military target in a war. We don’t think

Greg Glassman (28:41):

That when you launch a on civilians deliberately, deeply within your civilian base, those civilians are going to be killed and it’s your fault, not ours. And I’m not going to not protect my civilians, protect my freedom. Because you’ve chosen to base your weapons around your people. And the reason you’ve done that is because you’re so okay with their collateral damage. In fact, you’re using children as a deterrent. And so someone grabs an old lady around the neck and walks out with a gun around her head and the cops take a shot at him and hit her. That wasn’t their goal. It’s also not their fault. And that is weak in the singularity because the truth of the matter is that it’s not just a guy trying to get out of a bank. It’s a guy whose goal is to go down the street and kill all the kids in the local school. Suppose.

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