August 20, 2016

VIDEO: Lauren Southern tells Stefan Molyneux about her Milwaukee reports

Rebel Staff

Lauren Southern talks to YouTube star Stefan Molyneux about how she joined, her trip to Europe and about her latest assignment, which took her to Milwaukee to cover the Black Lives Matter riots.

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commented 2016-08-22 16:06:25 -0400
Great interview, two of my favs conservatives,
commented 2016-08-22 12:45:36 -0400
Tried again, to be fair, and address Bob and Bill’s comments. Fell asleep again. Obviously there is something wrong with me. I do try to keep on top of things and read and listen to both sides. Of course, just when I was listening to critics of Molyneux, he demanded that these sites be taken off the internet. Isn’t his wife up on charges for flippantly telling people if they disagree with family and friends they should de-foo or de-boo, or something like that, them. There are also suggestions there are cultist-like practices within FreeDomain radio. As conservatives we must remind ourselves not to be accused of having our horse blinders on all the time.
commented 2016-08-21 23:11:53 -0400
Phyllis Seitz-You were likely put off by Molyneux because he takes a few seconds to think about the answer to the question or problem. He usually has a different answer than the average person expects. That’s why I am patient enough to wait for his views.
We are used to a Politician’s quick answers, therefore he seems smart. However they have those answers memorized before they ever get the question. This is why they usually do not mean what they say.
commented 2016-08-21 19:47:21 -0400
Phyllis Seitz commented – “Fell asleep. Sorry.”

Hmm 30 sec. attention span, need for shallow theatrics over substance – maybe Justin’s yer boy.
commented 2016-08-21 19:12:30 -0400
Love Stefan Molyneux. That was a great interview, we learned a bit more about Lauren.
commented 2016-08-21 16:44:08 -0400
I’m not saying it’s typical, but I have met women who like stranger danger.
commented 2016-08-21 16:25:17 -0400
Refreshing, thank you!!!!
commented 2016-08-21 15:58:58 -0400
Good for Lauren doing on the ground journalism. The world absolutely needs more of that. I’ll surely support her financially.
commented 2016-08-21 12:16:22 -0400
Fell asleep. Sorry.
commented 2016-08-21 11:34:14 -0400
FreeDomain radio is a shining jem of reason and libertarian opinion in a vast fever swamp of emotive leftist evangelizing. Bravo to the best multi-media libertarian site in Canada and on the web. I was wondering how long it would take Lauren to hook up with FreeDomain, because they are philosophically compatible.

Foot note to Lauren/Rebel the interviews with these Milwaukee citizens who are educated to the political exploitation of the inner city black underclass does little hiding behind a pay wall with only a small audience – it is a public service to get these out on Youtube to get the truth of the BLM/Dem/Soros social manipulating and civil unrest agendas widely known – you have valuable counter-narrative truth weapons there – use them.
commented 2016-08-21 00:15:01 -0400
Very nice account from Lauren Southern.

The Rebel provides some views that are not accepted or expected by some.

Let’s support The Rebel when it is promoting discussion, even if we feel it is odd or off-base.

The more open discussions of politics and society the better, I say.
commented 2016-08-20 17:22:29 -0400
It would be nice to hear an open and frank discussion of one other aspect of black culture that I think has contributed to the erosion of their familial life, that being rap music, which has turned a generation of youth into a jail loving culture.
It is one thing to complain about the cops having it out for you, but another to do so while at the same time glorifying ‘street cred’ and making it the cornerstone of your art.
To me, rap music has had more of a deleterious effect on the black youth than the racist democratic policies by encouraging such antisocial behaviour.
commented 2016-08-20 15:52:47 -0400
As I travelled through BC this summer, I noticed that there are dozens of CBC repeater station throughout the province. This will explain in part why BC is so left wing on average. There is no other source for news or opinion. Obviously there is the internet but when just hanging around it is much easier to just flick on the radio. This has been going on for many decades so the regressive agenda is well developed there.
commented 2016-08-20 15:30:32 -0400
Recently I listened to Molyneuz’s views on Women Voting. The method in which he explained his views made me agree with him, although I hope he has good security and strong locks on his house.
commented 2016-08-20 15:21:25 -0400
Assuming Freedomain Radio is in Toronto; why are so many Southern Ontario people in far left field when it comes to Common Sense. Stephen has the ability to
diagnose a problem, break it down, then come up with the solution.
Lauren, excellent program. I hope your program and Stephen’s can work together regularly.
commented 2016-08-20 15:15:26 -0400
A great show. Engaging, a variety of topics, injections of wit, thoroughly enjoyable.

At UBC I always found that each school taught their students to think in the way that a graduate of that program was “supposed to” think. The tools presented in class were less important to the future career than having the mindset.

Lauren, I’d suggest spending more time visiting the pragmatic schools – the aggies, the foresters, the engineers, the chemists, the physicists. I think you’ll find their worldviews quite refreshing compared to the “I’m going to make a difference in the world!” of the social scientists.
commented 2016-08-20 14:27:34 -0400
Great Discussion with SM as usual. I think it’s safe to say that what “progressivism” did to inner city black culture it will do to gender rolls.