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Does Israel have the right to exist? | PM-Elect Benjamin Netanyahu | EP 311

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 29 Нау.

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  • Cyber Café
    Cyber Café 3 ай бұрын +2158

    Voltair was right, "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize"

    • Mohamad
      Mohamad 3 күн бұрын

      I'm struggling to understand this but no chance, please help me to get it, a certain number of people own a piece of land and want to live on it so simple, traditionally even with their primitive houses and cattle till the very end of their lifetimes. Now netanyahu says we developed this land to a luxurious state so we own it because the history is so unkind and shows us in order to be successful we have to walk on other people corpses, shed blood and exert a tyrannical control over others. How on earth did you come with this idea? Do we need to redefine the meaning of humanism again?

    • Devil Charlie
      Devil Charlie 4 күн бұрын

      Voltaire isn't the originator of that quote fren. Not trying to dunk on you, just arming you with information

    • Matt Morgan
      Matt Morgan 5 күн бұрын

      ​@Tara I have heard of antisemitism, but I have never heard of anti-christians or anti-jesus followers.
      Also consider that Kylie Irving was criticized swiftly and so was Kanye west for asking basic questions about jews

    • aleks 430
      aleks 430 7 күн бұрын

      @Yuval a lot of words for zero reflection on the reality. Yuval is one of those tall tale people it seems

  • 🌟Polaris; just do the Work 💚
    🌟Polaris; just do the Work 💚 8 күн бұрын +29

    That is the fewest words Dr. Peterson has ever used in an interview 😂😂😂❤

  • 4IRxx
    4IRxx Ай бұрын +7

    «И днем конца был день его расцвета, и грянул гром, и песня не допета - но за него мы песню допоем!»

  • Ahmed Andalous
    Ahmed Andalous 2 ай бұрын +205

    If you are unsure who to trust in these
    confusing times:
    Trust the courageous ones.
    Truth requires courage.
    Courage requires fortitude.
    Truth requires integrity.
    Cowards tell lies.
    Cowards support liars.
    Telling a lie is easy.
    Believing a lie is easy.
    Being compliant is easy.
    Staying silent is easy.
    Trusting without thinking is easy.
    Thinking for yourself is hard.
    Standing up for what is right is hard.
    Being real & authentic is hard.
    In times like these it takes all the courage
    in the world to question the states quo
    and to speak up and tell the Truth.
    Trust the courageous.

    • Darius
      Darius 3 күн бұрын

      Courage is not violence though,

    • Wade French
      Wade French Ай бұрын

      @Eltayeb There isn't anything confusing about it. The homeland for Israel is exactly where they have settled and no one would argue that. Many of the Palestinians came well after the fact. Israeli's have never said they can't live there, but it also isn't an either or proposition. It is the Israeli's traditional homeland. Anyone who thinks otherwise is kinda brain-dead.

    • Wade French
      Wade French Ай бұрын

      Trust yourself. Read some history books.

    • Ahmed Andalous
      Ahmed Andalous Ай бұрын

      @Scott JayMoses peace be upon him was nor a Jew nor a Chritian bro!?

  • Steve Wiseman
    Steve Wiseman Ай бұрын +8

    N. Is so right about free markets . Getting billions from Germany and the US was a big help too.

  • Knowledge
    Knowledge 3 ай бұрын +1113

    No matter what kind of “intellectual” you are, you will never bite the hand that feeds you. It’s true.

    • Flesh Puppet
      Flesh Puppet 16 сағат бұрын

      Worst than a bite, at least the animal will lick the wound back.....the bible suddenly became reference by Ben😁

    • Richard
      Richard 19 сағат бұрын

      That comment tells me there is no hope for Humanity the Bible talks about the Beast ,all that means is lawlessness you know, no morals Only the Strong will live.
      the first word that came to my mind when I saw your comment was coward. I felt I should come back and clarify I'm not calling you a coward just that your comment described a coward

    • Bez11
      Bez11 3 күн бұрын

      @Yuval Alternative facts. Palestinians are arabized people, not ethnically Arab. There was never a wholesale migration from Arabia to Palestine.

    • Tamara Shinnawie
      Tamara Shinnawie 27 күн бұрын

      1 million percent

    • Hamad Bachi
      Hamad Bachi 3 ай бұрын

      Seth Kalifi lol, the difference between you and me is that I recognize the insanity on the other side when I see it.

  • Magnolia TM
    Magnolia TM Ай бұрын +41

    I'm currently trying to teach myself to listen to the "other side" to learn - not to fuel my own sentiments about a certain topic. I'd say that working up to courage and calm to listen to the PM of a country I personally do not, or maybe better am not willing to support, is probably one of the greatest challenges in that regard. I haven't mustered up quite the energy yet but I do wonder if we will hear someone speak from the other side.
    I would recommend someone like @gazangirl from ThrPalestinePod, Ilan Pappé, the Israeli historian who wrote Ten Myths about Israel or even Miko Peled, the son of an Israeli General, who advocates for Palestine today.

    • ctdieselnut
      ctdieselnut 3 сағат бұрын

      @Une Sentinelle i largely agree, but what do you make of the phrase "history is written by the victors", and bias being what it is? Unfortunately i think history is written in a way that is favorable to the victors, giving the benefit of the doubt of having just motives, or conversely downplaying the negatives. It may skew the sense of what really went on, or include subjective takes. Aka, opinions.

    • Une Sentinelle
      Une Sentinelle Ай бұрын +6

      If you're searching for truth when it comes to history (and I sure hope it is what you seek indeed), then there is no "other side", per se. There is not a side that advocates that man walked on the moon, and "another" side that advocates that it was all a piece of US propaganda. Either 12 men did walk on the moon, or they didn't. Either it happened, or it didn't. But there is no "side".
      I'm French, and we have remarkable historians (George Bensoussan comes to my mind) that can lead us into a better, more nuanced, understanding of this old conflict. It's impossible to understand what's happening now (on any topic) if we don't fully understand how we got there in the first place ;-)

  • Kimberly Smith
    Kimberly Smith 2 ай бұрын +7

    Reading the land, reading nature, reading people are all forms of literacy that are essential for healthy, sustainable civilization. Text literacy is prone to a very narrow form of literacy that is more about codification and prevarication than direct, honest communication.

    • John Zelener
      John Zelener Ай бұрын

      I think be was a very honest and truthful... Especially about history...

  • Ethan
    Ethan 2 ай бұрын +66

    18:12 this is the best question in the interview because I think this is the hardest question for people to wrestle with. When do you become native and when do you lose those roots. Honestly we are all mobile bodies that have traveled from who knows where, but we actually validate it from family origins, ethnicity or scripture. What do we actually have a valid claim to in this world and at the end of the day does it even matter? That is my real question at the end of this.

    • Boa Les Connoisseur
      Boa Les Connoisseur 11 күн бұрын


    • Wade French
      Wade French 29 күн бұрын

      @ashley rose Pagan tribes in the land of Canaan, but Jews have lived there for four thousand years. It is pretty obvious that it is their natural homeland. And it gets more complicated than that. Many Palestinians when their DNA is tested has jewish blood in it. Meaning there is a good chance that some Palestinians were jewish at some point....they converted to Islam. They would treat that like blashphemy, but DNA does not lie.

    • ashley rose
      ashley rose Ай бұрын

      ​@Wade French before the Jews it was the homeland of other people?

    • Wade French
      Wade French Ай бұрын +3

      It is simple. This is the traditional homeland of the jews. They were forced to leave (scattered) and then they returned. However, many never left. In between there leaving and their return many never left. There claim to the land is the both oldest and even though in small numbers continuous. The Arab claim to the land is relatively recent and the land was taken by force. Jews are the legit claim.
      I also don't feel bad for Arab land that was lost. You fought Israel twice and lost. Those lands should be forfeited by the aggressors. :Maybe a lesson will be learned.

    MAK KAM 29 күн бұрын +30

    I barely remember what i had for dinner and BN remembers what happened precisely thousands years ago along with all quotes of History

    • Boruto Uzumaki
      Boruto Uzumaki 3 күн бұрын

      @Fa Re i mean israel is avery weak country without usa

    • Fa Re
      Fa Re 3 күн бұрын +1

      @Boruto Uzumaki But Israel kicks ass now and ever since, so you just owned yourself.. 🤦‍♂

    • Boruto Uzumaki
      Boruto Uzumaki 11 күн бұрын

      7:40-7:50 he said we left that land because we were afraid of byzantine and romans so it is clear that israelis left that place and after 2500 years arabs came and defeated romans and claimed palestine so idea of Israel is just wrong you cant control this country because you were weak so ownership should be given to the stronger country which was arab ARAB WAS STRONGER SO israel has no right to exist

  • Carl Rodgers
    Carl Rodgers Ай бұрын +1

    Push back against who happen to be Jewish.Dr Peterson is no doubt a person with a high level of awareness.

  • Tribe In Color
    Tribe In Color Ай бұрын +18

    I was more here to what Jordan would ask Netanyahu and I am not sure how did it go.
    History signifies that just after the West took control of the world, Isreal started getting recognized.
    As soon as the tables would turn and it would make sense to have the land given back to the natives.

    • israel morris
      israel morris 2 күн бұрын +1

      It's SATANyahoo !
      Get it right please !

  • Ali Hussein
    Ali Hussein 3 ай бұрын +1529

    “You Either Die A Hero, Or You Live Long Enough To See Yourself Become The Villain”
    How accurate!

    • Luke y
      Luke y 3 ай бұрын

      JBP ain't dead yet fool

    • M&M
      M&M 3 ай бұрын

      @Anthony Spencer Now we are talking! I read it. I can address and debunk about 70% of it (your logic collapses on itself). And the other 30% I can share my personal opinion on what you wrote. But I am also on 4 hours of sleep and got a pretty long day tomorrow (mostly not arguing with people on KZclip comment section) this will have to wait till tomorrow. I'll reply back (I can respect what you wrote).

  • M. Diambar Ndour
    M. Diambar Ndour 23 күн бұрын +95

    Ok now, this is scary. I never expected Jordan Peterson to be so docile during a conversation. Goodness.

    • Flesh Puppet
      Flesh Puppet 15 сағат бұрын


    • R E
      R E 18 сағат бұрын

      Peterson for sure sides with the israelies thats why. In one of his previous videos he was talking about the Israel vs Palestine issue, but instead of discussing how morally wrong Israelies act he just discussed "Well who was there first". I could not believe my ees or ears! So yes he surely has a bias and I'm not sure if he hiself believes he is not biased...

    • AdAh
      AdAh 8 күн бұрын +6

      That's how you know it's well-scripted

    • Addison Huy
      Addison Huy 21 күн бұрын +9

      I know he hardly spoke during this video. Usually he is a lot more vocal. The point that you made is very true.

  • Ghost Rider
    Ghost Rider 2 ай бұрын +8

    Funny how Peterson was challenging masters of the universe a few videos back.
    Guess who is going to the world economy forum and who is washing their feet.

  • samuel youngbloodhawk
    samuel youngbloodhawk Ай бұрын +1


  • rcair123
    rcair123 Ай бұрын +3

    I just wonder if Daily Wire could possibly slip a few more commercials in. I think it is fantastic while trying to watch any number of complex talks by Jordan the material constantly is interrupted really helps the flow of information!

    • SkepticsR_us
      SkepticsR_us 22 күн бұрын +1

      there are all kinds of ways to avoid the ads. I download the vids and they all disappear. Then I usually delete the vid. There are filters, browsers etc that can do that easily. Can't put the links here, I'd be shadowbanned again.

    • Eli S
      Eli S Ай бұрын

      @rcair123 I got youtube premium years ago when it was $10. Now I guess it's $15. But yeah I hate giving money to google

    • rcair123
      rcair123 Ай бұрын

      @Eli S Fair enough, but I do wish they would group them together or even ask viewers to watch a block of ads in the beginning or end. I will probably just join Daily Wires pay sight. I really don't want to give money to KZclip. But I do understand that this information has value, it's just a bit frustrating at times.

    • Eli S
      Eli S Ай бұрын

      Pay for youtube without ads.

  • Ali Lakhany
    Ali Lakhany Ай бұрын +129

    Ever heard this phrase that the “history is written by the winners” ? Now we are seeing this happening.

    • Music playlists channel
      Music playlists channel 2 күн бұрын

      @Zakaria Janzi
      You're not doing the Palestinians any favour by claiming it was the "most advanced arab "countries""...
      They had no serious intentions of creating a country at that time and it was extremely behind in development compared to most other arab countries.

    • Chanan Moshe
      Chanan Moshe 25 күн бұрын +4

      @Zakaria Janzi Typical Muslim Disinformation yaani Taqyyia

    • KidAgave
      KidAgave 27 күн бұрын +1

      @Be Good 🎯

  • TrigunOfox
    TrigunOfox 3 ай бұрын +617

    What weird times ... We've got unexpected guys turning out to be amazing and brave thinkers, and we've got amazing and brave thinkers turning out to be unexpected clowns.

    • Yasser Alnassri
      Yasser Alnassri 4 күн бұрын

      He is turning into an expected clown.

    • j0hny delfino
      j0hny delfino Ай бұрын

      @Steven Roberts I read it and it'll educate you if you would

    • Mrsn3sbit
      Mrsn3sbit Ай бұрын

      Jbp got mkultra fckd, i don't think it was benzos they were slipping him

    • Fadel Yacoub
      Fadel Yacoub 3 ай бұрын

      @Yuval Nor an Israeli one.

  • Zeeburger 1970
    Zeeburger 1970 2 ай бұрын +247

    Happy to hear Netanyahu also implicitly makes a case for the indigenous people of the United States.

    • A. Freiburger
      A. Freiburger 4 күн бұрын

      Its slightly different because Netanyahu's claim is that the abuse of their native land justifies reclaiming it, not just that it was taken.

    • bart thomassen thomassen
      bart thomassen thomassen 18 күн бұрын

      Not really. Try again

  • Ann Churchill
    Ann Churchill 2 ай бұрын +14

    Does the argument of developing the barren land argument also fit the claims of the Native Americans vs settlers who developed the USA?

    • Pooria Roohie
      Pooria Roohie 4 күн бұрын

      @BBD if my father goes to jail tommorow it will have a huge impact on my life and during his jailtime i may face severe difficulties in my life - so you can say people dont have the right to punish my father and put him in jail because of his stupid and harmful acts just because that he has a child and that poor child will get into huge trouble? if my ancestors were killers and invaders and i know it its the truth then i shall accept the consequences of my ancestors crimes. btw let face the real world terms (in this world the one who has the power he will rule).

    • Moshaw613
      Moshaw613 8 күн бұрын

      The argument fits the claim of the indigenous people, reclaiming and developing their ancestral First Nation lands which the Indigenous Americans have every right to do.

    • Ann Churchill
      Ann Churchill 14 күн бұрын

      @BBD If we did not "take over"land, half of South Dakota would be "hunting grounds" for some tribe.And, with rare exceptions, like the Algonquin, these tribes tried to kill each other to get more land( and horses).

    • Calculus of Variations
      Calculus of Variations 14 күн бұрын

      I think his argument is basically: as long as there is no force to prevent you from taking something, you can take it.

  • Makye Saighi
    Makye Saighi Ай бұрын +207

    We are really in endtimes. One of the signs of endtimes is:

    • phill harrison
      phill harrison 17 күн бұрын

      Endtimes ? Well don't let anyone hold you back. Off you go 😁

  • Az Edinburgh
    Az Edinburgh 2 ай бұрын +124

    Less than 3 minutes into the interview and I can tell how rehearsed Netanyahu's response is. Curious to see how JP is going to explore this.. why would Netanyahu be permitted to engage with his platform in this manner? Many questions, hopefully at least some will be answered by the end ...

    • Terry Mckenzie
      Terry Mckenzie 2 күн бұрын

      @mad catter yes it was a territory and not a country, but it was promised to be a country. I have met Israeli Jews who are working in Canada, and I see how strongly they want the original biblical Israel back. Unfortunately over the years Jerusalem has been conquered 27 times, and there are no clear winners. That’s why it has to be shared, as there will never ever be peace. The problem will not go away because you have more weapons. ☮️ Peace

    • mad catter
      mad catter 2 күн бұрын

      @Terry Mckenzie Good question and I will educate you. A Sovereign country by the name of palestine never existed. A region/land referred to as palestine obviously existed. So the Jews called it the palestine post. No the Jews did not steal it from Arabs, Arabs started wars against Israel to try to destroy them, and lost.

    • Terry Mckenzie
      Terry Mckenzie 2 күн бұрын

      @mad catter Why would the Jews call in the Palestinian Post, if they don,t believe that Palestine didn,t exist. The fact is the Arabs had homes and lives there which they lived, and the invading Jews from foreign countries stole them murdered them and ran them off the land. Two states for two peoples.

    • mad catter
      mad catter 2 күн бұрын

      @Terry Mckenzie Evryone in the land was a palestinian, including the Jews. The palestine post was created by Jews and later changed to Jerusalem post so I dont see how Jews stole it. And to play your game, there may have been a story of a palestinian people some time ago, but it disappeared. Deal with it. And while you are at it try to figure out when the palestinians were created...hint 1964

  • Mohamed Shami
    Mohamed Shami 25 күн бұрын +2

    I believe you have the perfect platform to bring people together. Invite someone from the other side. You can show both sides that the other side is human as well and there isn’t much difference. If you are going to show someone from one side a representative of the other side, don’t show Netanyahu or The leader of Hamas. Show ordinary people that want to live in a peaceful home.

    • Ganga Din
      Ganga Din 22 күн бұрын

      That would exclude every single muslim.

  • الفرقان
    الفرقان 3 ай бұрын +1461

    Wow! Countries now don't need to invade other countries when they can just cultivate its land to claim it!!!
    Thank you JP for saving thousands of lives

    • ᴀɴᴀɢɴᴏʀɪsɪs
      ᴀɴᴀɢɴᴏʀɪsɪs 19 сағат бұрын

      ​@Zafanger!! you're not amazigh, don't speak in our name. no we are not thankful.

    • s123
      s123 17 күн бұрын

      I guess the Arabs haven't heard of the Six Day War, that's how the Palestinians were "conquered"

  • Lord Jim
    Lord Jim 2 ай бұрын +7

    Bibi put some history in the old conflict going as far as Isaack and Ismail - well he greatly exagarated his role and input in todays Israel and its position in worlds community, well his is not first and the last in this regard, other than that, he hit that jackpot

  • Hugh Janus
    Hugh Janus 2 ай бұрын +9

    Per many professional advisers, some of the first steps towards resolving conflicts are to listen carefully and objectively to all parties involved independently asking questions to elucidate the details. JP probably welcomes listening to all sides; give him a chance.
    Haters denying others' freedom of speech and making snappy comments is certainly not part of any solution only serving to add to the problem. How's that strategy working for you? Getting along well with your families and co-workers? Most often, you can learn more with your mouth closed and your ears open. One can learn something from every person one meets.

    • Darius
      Darius 3 күн бұрын

      Everyone you'll ever meet,
      knows something you don't.

    • F Whiting
      F Whiting Ай бұрын +1

      A real shame Mr Netanyahu did seem to be able to close his mouth for long enough so he could learn something from it. Just rehashing the same old story that is not really history.

  • A.ardaale Warfaa
    A.ardaale Warfaa Ай бұрын +1

    What is yours is yours what is mine is mine but we need each other because we are human with a heart

  • Mohamad
    Mohamad 3 күн бұрын

    I never understood why netanyahu laughed many times but never sustain that to the end lol leaving it somewhere in the middle.

  • L Tro
    L Tro 4 күн бұрын +5

    I for one are a huge fan of Dr Jordan B Peterstein

    • israel morris
      israel morris 2 күн бұрын +1

      He is a boneheaded bonehead.
      And a prof. Of lying.
      And he is exceptional at it.

  • The Baddestman
    The Baddestman 3 ай бұрын +1556

    Absolutely unbelievable. How can anyone not see the truth by now?

    • lookatmepleasesir
      lookatmepleasesir Күн бұрын

      @Ivomir Rikerpro Israel isn't close to the equator and plenty of lebanese people have the same light skin colour

    • lookatmepleasesir
      lookatmepleasesir Күн бұрын

      @Element M I think you missed a key word in the title of the book you qouted from (Theories)

    • lookatmepleasesir
      lookatmepleasesir Күн бұрын

      @Richard coper's roommate thats not a real qoute

    • Kat Adam
      Kat Adam 2 күн бұрын

      @Terry Mckenzie I think running people out of their homes and property is a horrible action

    • Terry Mckenzie
      Terry Mckenzie 3 күн бұрын

      @Kat Adam Yes it was. But in 48 they went to far and ran 7 million Pals out of their houses and killed thousands. Totally illegal, and the world is waiting for Israel to go back to that boarder, and Palestine to have a capital in East Jerusalem. I think it’s fair that Israel can share that capital also.

  • Εagle
    Εagle 2 ай бұрын +73

    Mr Peterson, are you also inviting someone to tell us the other side of the story any time soon?

      TONI_KROOS 22 күн бұрын +1

      @Salim Sopari yea💪💪

    • Salim Sopari
      Salim Sopari Ай бұрын +2

      @kam zarnegar moses was muslim

    • AvidiaNirvana
      AvidiaNirvana Ай бұрын +1

      He needs to clean his room first... Haha

    • Danie
      Danie Ай бұрын +5

      @kam zarnegar You try to give us some insight to what you know, but there is a contadiction, but I belief you try to be funny. First of all, you said the Jews did not occupy the state of Israel for 3800yrs, by that you admit they possessed the land before. Secondly, you mentioned Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and Moses, all in the right sequence recorded in the bible, and a bit more of your uninformed mind. The funny part is the alien mars portion, I must say you have destroy your future as a comedian!

  • Daniel Olalekan
    Daniel Olalekan Ай бұрын +4

    To create a morden fantasy that doesn't exist, that part is striking

  • Taylor's Mobile Car & Vehicle Valeting

    I always found it interesting if you count years from dome of the rock being built 1260 years you get the year israel became a nation again

  • Luz Alemana
    Luz Alemana 2 ай бұрын +14

    Let God have His last Word about this. Don't leave Him out of this. Logic talk is very smooth. We know who is the real winner in all this.

    • Steve Hamblin
      Steve Hamblin Ай бұрын

      @Docter R Yates you'll find out soon enough

    • Docter R Yates
      Docter R Yates Ай бұрын

      Which God, or Witch God?
      For it is written in the same Book Benjamin Netanyahu called the Bible, there are Gods and Lords are many, starting with the Serpent God in Genesis chapter 3 who beguiled Eve, promising her if she obeys him and disobey her KREATHER, she Eve Adam will become like him The Serpent God, but of the lower case as god or gods.
      According to the same Bible Ben Netanyahu refered to, he the Serpent God beguiling She Eve Adam to eat of his forbidden fruit, he can not only be the most Subtile Beast of all the Beasts of the fields on Earth, but of he and she Adam, so he can be called The God of this World, the father of lies and a murderer in the beginning (John 8: 32 -44).
      Learn the cast difference of The KREATHER and god, God, LORD God, GOD, and Gods.
      For the KREATHER is GREATHER than god, God, Gods, Lord, LORD God etc.

  • A.ardaale Warfaa
    A.ardaale Warfaa Ай бұрын +2

    Some times I ask my self who is fighting and why and no one can explain to me really

  • TheFamilyCorleone
    TheFamilyCorleone 3 ай бұрын +1312

    What I’ve learned from this is that life actually has 13 rules with the last being: bow before your master and forget the first 12 rules when they say so.

    • Plant Based Diet and Fitness
      Plant Based Diet and Fitness 29 күн бұрын

      @Khalid Aser absolutely, I've never seen peterson go this softball on someone who just keeps repeating the same bs over and over accusing the other side of lying and being absurd.

    • Bobbzen
      Bobbzen Ай бұрын

      @WyBe Prod what are you on about, the interview repeat itserlf after 30 min. Same questions same answers. "Well when we got here we invested in the place". Yee sure... sounds nice whatever that means. I´ve seen vidoes och palestine/israel from late 18th century and there was alot going on there, it wasnt like an empty desert or something like that.

    • Eve Elsbury
      Eve Elsbury 3 ай бұрын +1

      @Khalid Aser they want us to argue and not know what is going on. they want us to pick a side. it’s not about sides. it’s about an agenda that has nothing to do with true religion.

    • Ak Nj
      Ak Nj 3 ай бұрын

      @IP Productions Really man, after this video I'm gonna go full monk mode like you, fuck all this shit you can't trust no one in this life, what the hell, they y'all sell their soul when they saw this 💵

  • Shuaib Allen
    Shuaib Allen 8 күн бұрын +2

    Jordan did not even ask him any questions 😂 I thought he was about to go in depth with it, but it was an hour and a half just hearing Netanyahu talk big disappointment on Peterson, wish I had listened to more of his take on the subject

  • Khawla Mansour
    Khawla Mansour 2 ай бұрын +216

    If you want to keep your credibility, you need to invite someone from the Palestinian side. Not only that! You need to treat him the same way: No hard questions, and giving him all the time to express his point of view without interruption!

    • Jim Brown
      Jim Brown 5 күн бұрын +1

      ​@Gucci Don Buzz Flightyear anti semetic is just a word used to stop criticism.

    • Inner Peace
      Inner Peace 14 күн бұрын

      Totally agree !!!

    • ill Drumatik
      ill Drumatik 14 күн бұрын +1

      @Gucci Don Buzz Flightyear Oy vey 👃 😅

  • Alexander Kappelhoff
    Alexander Kappelhoff Ай бұрын +3

    someone needs to do a fact check on this dude.

  • Ayebare Kagina
    Ayebare Kagina Күн бұрын

    Wow just wow, absolutely fantastic. Thanks guys.

  • Jamie Campbell
    Jamie Campbell Ай бұрын

    Palestine is a Latin word ie Roman lol I love this Guy

  • FalaNa DhimkaNa
    FalaNa DhimkaNa 3 ай бұрын +1618

    A prime example of "either you die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become a villain".

    • Chanan Moshe
      Chanan Moshe 14 күн бұрын +1

      A very profoundly stupid saying.
      It means that all who live long must transform into villains.

    • aupti
      aupti Ай бұрын

      @AvidiaNirvana not wasting my time with you.
      Keep your hate in yourself.

  • Victoria Tom
    Victoria Tom 2 ай бұрын +1

    Everyone talks at you like your some kind of CEO of a certain Co, made the rules, instead of the Great philosopher that you are. GREAT!!!

  • aman176
    aman176 2 ай бұрын +9

    This was a Netanyahu monologue. Disappointed to see Jordan not challenge very apparent lies being said here.

  • AcE
    AcE Ай бұрын +26

    Please do an interview with Palestine scholar

  • Zara Mehmood
    Zara Mehmood 2 ай бұрын +127

    so according to his principal, if i moved into an old mans house, which used to be my grandfathers but he got evicted, i have every right to move into his house and take over the house.

    • Docter R Yates
      Docter R Yates Ай бұрын

      @Feras Abu Younis Beka Beki (enough is enough)of your text talking. You are NOT Shalom Shalom Intellectual equal. Shalom Shalom never said good removed Israel.

    • John Zelener
      John Zelener Ай бұрын

      During the war,, Germany stolen from French alotnof art work... Now the original owner are still finding they...
      And taking them back... Because they were stolen in the first place...

    • Leto Idaho
      Leto Idaho Ай бұрын

      If he got evicted, He never owned the house he lived in did he? Get real now!

    • cctrwt
      cctrwt Ай бұрын

      @MIKE MIKE Post it as a separate reply! Its very illuminating.

  • Cole Meeker
    Cole Meeker Ай бұрын +1

    His brother commanded and died the Israeli forces rescuing the hostages at Entebi in Uganda

  • Measure 2ice
    Measure 2ice 3 ай бұрын +374

    The most one sided interview ever recorded...congratulations Jordan!

    • Flesh Puppet
      Flesh Puppet 15 сағат бұрын

      History rewritten by Ben😌

    • Measure 2ice
      Measure 2ice 3 ай бұрын +6

      @Joe Pham Solution; ask the content creaters to rename the video a biography. Interviews are completely different from what this was.

    • Joe Pham
      Joe Pham 3 ай бұрын +5

      In order to understand, one needs first to shut up and listen.

    • Somayya mughal
      Somayya mughal 3 ай бұрын +17

      agreed ... his mouth was glued

  • Sam Hatherly
    Sam Hatherly Ай бұрын

    So for short term pain you expect long term benefits that outweigh the costs. In other words; "the ends justify the means"?

  • Gustav Rosander
    Gustav Rosander Ай бұрын +2

    Wow, great show!

  • A.E
    A.E 18 күн бұрын +2

    Il be going there soon for a visit.

  • Polarity Productions
    Polarity Productions Ай бұрын +2

    Amazingly well put together video. Thank you!

  • Via.Dolorosa
    Via.Dolorosa 26 күн бұрын +7

    this is not a dialogue this is a monologue

  • None Yabidnes
    None Yabidnes 3 ай бұрын +1264

    Remember folks, pointing out demographics of certain industries that push corrosive, anti-Christian products, services, and entertainment to facilitate societal decay is grounds to get you banned, made a pariah, and an enemy of the State.
    "If you want to know who rules over you, look at who you are not allowed to criticize."
    (I don't care who said it first, it's still demonstrably true and relevant.)

    • Shoahshana Goldberg-Shekelstein
      Shoahshana Goldberg-Shekelstein 18 күн бұрын

      @Beesan Jaser You don't know what you're talking about. Islam and Christianity are closer. Not Judaism.

    • ashley rose
      ashley rose Ай бұрын

      ​@Sven Gehlen I don't understand. Can you explain it further

    • Beesan Jaser
      Beesan Jaser Ай бұрын

      @Some dude is that who coined the term? I should have guessed it. The Scofield Bible is the go to in the states. Thanks for sharing

  • Ilyas Keskin
    Ilyas Keskin 2 ай бұрын +19

    I'm sorry but in order to have a genuine discussion regarding the Israeli-Palestine issue, you need to have someone legitimate and representative from the other side of the argument, perhaps in another episode. An opportunity was missed to potentially have this.
    I think the issues are too important when individuals are experiencing real injustices and discrimination based upon the sets of cultural and racial categorisations that they born into in this region- that swathes of people are judged and mistreated based upon the historic narratives of "them" and "us".
    People are unfairly levied with injustices of the past because as humans we too arbitrarily catagorise people and should fundamentally focus on solutions that prevent human suffering, injustice and discrimination in the present day.
    I'm sure Jordan Peterson is aware of the psychology of prejudice and the works of Henri Tajfel and John Turner.

    • Sean Howard
      Sean Howard 2 күн бұрын

      I enjoy listening to Dr. Peterson, but I must agree with the sentiments of this comment. I personally believe Benjamin Netanyahu to be an extremely dangerous person. His willingness to kill is reprehensible. On the other hand, I'm not sure that the 2 state solution is going to work. From my admittedly limited understanding of the issue, it appears to me that the complete union of the Palestinian people with Israel seems to be the only logical solution given the current situation, but I doubt this is possible. This issue requires serious mediation from impartial, respected, and neutral parties.

    • Ilyas Keskin
      Ilyas Keskin 2 ай бұрын

      ....and that people like Benjamin Netanyahu would perhaps like to remain ignorant of the works of Henri Tajfel and John Turner

  • Andrei Gramada
    Andrei Gramada 2 ай бұрын +11

    I can't see what is so funny when presenting some delicate subjects but that man can't erase his smile and the felling of superiority.

  • ashu
    ashu 19 күн бұрын

    When you subscribe to KZclip Premium but it still can’t block ads 😅

  • Yos Goranova
    Yos Goranova 2 ай бұрын +73

    17:58 "When we came back", in the book "Hess, Hitler and Chirchil" , by historian Peter Padfield mentioning how they decide to create "New Israel", they were choosing between Belize, Madagascar, even Australia been in the discussions and land of Palestine. Why they chose a zone of unstoppable conflict? Do you know how one 80 years old professor of israelian history answer to me... ? " On that territory since the antique past had a conflict, why we have to stop the conflict". I was shocked from that answer, that moment I started to understand that kind of thinking. Ustopable arrogance and rude jokes. The same professor were born in Poland all her life lived in Israel, she said she move with her mom and father in Israel when she has been 4 about 1943 when they start to spared the rumor about the inventing the new country . Nobody of her family were born on that territory. Something else, except the communist east Europe countries nobody were getting unreservedly investments from other country except Israel from USA. Hidden communist schema.

    • Music playlists channel
      Music playlists channel 2 күн бұрын

      It is understandable not to being keen on immigrating to your homeland which was stateless, unwelcomed, desert, leaving your belongings behind etc.
      Only when it became a trend, you realistically consider leaving everything behind, because you know you go there as a nation who will flourish and stick together.

    • mary atkinson
      mary atkinson Ай бұрын

      Yos, Zionism was supported by Rothschild. But most Jewish people were not interested. As for homeland of the Ashkenazi being Khazaria, are you referring to Koestler's book about the Khazars, whose king converted to Judaism and the population followed? Koestler suggests the Khazars became the thirteenth tribe of Israel. However, the Khazars are not genetically the same people as the Hebrew tribes. There is always some mixture in the different Jewish populations because they moved around so much and were so often enslaved. It is remarkable that they remained as homogenous as they have managed to be. The political aims of Israel were very varied but the first State of Israel was driven by flight from the Nazis and Hitler and so the Ashkenazi predominated. Prior to Hitler, there was little enthusiasm for moving to the Levantine coast of the Mediterranean. I am aware of the countries posited to the Zionists as possibly suitable for a Jewish homeland but frankly do not believe they considered any of them seriously. I have been surprised for years that other countries were even suggested. Seems clear to me that the Jews were thinking of ancient Israel and the history to which they had remained faithful. What incentive was there to go to Brazil or Madagascar or a hundred other locations? The Zionists were convinced they had a right to move to Palestine (and yes, can believe it may have been Baalestine, that is an obvious point). As for bringing peace, what a notion. Seizing land and buying up land from those willing to sell is not a good plan for peace. One of the sellers, the Greek Sursocks, owned much of Palestine at the time so great tracts could be acquired in one purchase, including the port of Haifa. However, what ruined any chance of gradual settlement, against natural resistance from those already there, was the rise of Nazis and WWII. Suddenly Jewish people were arriving in thousands in Palestine, fleeing Nazism, and these people were strangers to the society into which they came. They did not speak the local languages, they did not eat or live like Mizrahi or other Palestinians, they had a different way of life and different attitudes. They were fiercely determined to establish Israel as a vital matter of security and they set about it ruthlessly. The Jewish Agency wanted to try to pursue negotiation without violence but the newcomers became very violent. Israel denied this for a long time. Ask the British, however, as well as the Palestinians. That violence was not justified and claiming the land simply belonged to Jews was questionable as a policy. Israel was established by force and by numbers and by political compacts with America in particular, the nation who was the greatest political power. There has been a strange assumption, perhaps because the Muslim Brotherhood proclaimed it, that the Arabs are all the same. Certainly not. The Mediterranean Basin populations are NOT the same as the Gulf populations. I have not yet investigated Jordanians but if they are Hashemite, they are not originally a Mediterranean people. The motives of Egypt and Syria are not the motives of Saudi or Jordan or Yemen. Their histories are different. Iran and Iraq are different again. Being Islamic does not equate to being an Arab. Islam came after Christianity, which, as the Israelis would point out, came after Judaism. The Muslim world is not united in every way and followed many great kingdoms, most of which the Gulf did not participate in. Islam came from the Gulf. So to treat everyone as 'Arab' is misleading. Israel is more amalgamated now than when it started in 1948 but the people were not all united as one 'Jew' either. That peace was the aim of the State of Israel is not true effectively. The State of Israel was the aim of Israel, period.

    • Yos Goranova
      Yos Goranova Ай бұрын

      @mary atkinson Homeland of Ashkenazi Jews is Khazaria and never been Palestine, actually it is Balestine from God Baal? Hope my short answer is understandable for you and not so amusing.

    • Mel Zawl
      Mel Zawl Ай бұрын +1

      The rightful claim...it's their decision not anyones...they can claim, they can build, they can come back, it's their land...

  • Samir
    Samir 28 күн бұрын +1

    He's like big brother from 1984 without the mustache

  • DemRupees
    DemRupees 3 ай бұрын +1802

    Very glad to be a part of the noticing here fellas

    • Boaz
      Boaz 2 ай бұрын

      @HighTemplarTreant Nice to see that modern technology has afforded sad lonely bigots a new way of deflecting from the fact that they rely upon ancient innuendos instead of forming coherent thoughts. Congrats on this breakthrough!

    • HighTemplarTreant
      HighTemplarTreant 2 ай бұрын

      @Boaz ask ChatGPT

    • Boaz
      Boaz 2 ай бұрын

      @HighTemplarTreant ok, so it seems like you *are* willing to be specific. Now what I've gleaned is "Talmudian Zionism dominates Jews." My questions are: What is Talmudian Zionism? What is the "authentic" Judaism that it supposedly dominates? How does it achieve this domination? What should be done about it?

    • HighTemplarTreant
      HighTemplarTreant 2 ай бұрын

      @Boaz which part of the "it has nothing with people of Jewish religion" did you not understand?
      Seems to me that it was a complete logical statement.
      Did you even look into the protests done by jews themselves against the Talmudian Zionism that dominates them?

    • Boaz
      Boaz 2 ай бұрын

      @HighTemplarTreant this comment section is full of people explicitly calling for a second holocaust, so I’m skeptical that you’d be shadowbanned. But if you’re concerned, maybe you can come up with a really simple code then (just say ‘penguins’ instead of Jews?) or link to a google doc or something.
      If, indeed, you’re not able to actually express specific thoughts about Jews on KZclip, then it’s not clear to me why you’re commenting here at all.
      Unless, of course, the idea is simply to anonymously hint to other anonymous Jew-haters that you too generally hate Jews. We all want a sense of belonging and community, and I suppose someone whose life is incredibly lonely might resort to something like this to try to find it. But I can’t imagine it ends up being very fulfilling.

  • tommy ebert
    tommy ebert Ай бұрын +9

    Its cool to see political figures doing long form interviews like this

  • MMMM
    MMMM Ай бұрын +10

    Joe peterson is badass, he is so calm.

  • Joshua Owen
    Joshua Owen Ай бұрын +1

    truth in every word

  • Washington Steven Musamali
    Washington Steven Musamali 2 ай бұрын +2

    Thank you the Grandson of Yacob. Kindly do the viewers fairness by telling them the following;
    1. Whio was David?
    2. Where and When was he born, his parents and where did they live?
    3. Was David a King, and the King of the who?
    4 Was he the first or last King?
    5 . Where was the Capital City of this kingdom?
    Who were the empires, chronology, that conquered their kingdom?

    • Robert West
      Robert West Ай бұрын +1

      @John Zelener 1. The king of Judea for 7 years, then the entire kingdom of Israel for 33.
      2. About 1000 BC, Bethlehem. Jesse, Mother not named
      3. Yes, as before Judea then all of Israel
      4. Neither
      5. Hebron then Jerusalem
      Babylon 500 years after his death

    • John Zelener
      John Zelener Ай бұрын +2

      Just research it yourself on Google... Can to read...

  • Mr Lakkie
    Mr Lakkie Ай бұрын +36

    This comment section gives me hope for the future.

    • Bovine Avenger
      Bovine Avenger Ай бұрын +2

      Check the worldwide support for Palestine and how disliked Israel is. Seeing the comments look like this is no surprise.
      People will always side with the underdog, and watching Israel do to Palestine what Germany did to minorities in their camps in WW2 leaves a sour taste in anyone's mouth.

    • MegaLotusEater
      MegaLotusEater Ай бұрын +1


  • Reid Schwantz
    Reid Schwantz 3 ай бұрын +1237

    my great great great great great great great great grand father, the first human on earth posses the whole lands and oceans under the atmosphere where all human live nowadays. inspired by mr. netanyahu, now i’m thinking about to claim it back after 50k years or so

    • Jeanette Nejadi
      Jeanette Nejadi Күн бұрын

      @Reid Schwantz 😂😂 😂

    • mary atkinson
      mary atkinson Ай бұрын

      @Elaine Sorry, suddenly remembered my comment! well, if Mr Schwantz is taking over, it's tricky, isn't it? clearly I would have to rack my brains and probably be too late to dream up a solution. I like his sense of humour and my reply was not serious.

    • mary atkinson
      mary atkinson Ай бұрын

      @Elaine Do you mean travel to?

    • Elaine
      Elaine Ай бұрын

      @mary atkinson Where are you thinking of going to?

    • mary atkinson
      mary atkinson Ай бұрын

      Well, I would like a warning. I have to think of where to go.

  • Gina Dell'Grottaglia
    Gina Dell'Grottaglia 2 ай бұрын +8

    "Let another man praise thee, and not thine own mouth; a stranger, and not thine own lips."
    -Proverbs 27:2
    Just a thought, Bibi.

  • Ahmed Alaa
    Ahmed Alaa Ай бұрын +2

    39:00, Yeah sure cause that is how political decisions are made in our world😂

  • Kundalini Kova
    Kundalini Kova Ай бұрын +13

    That is what I call blow back... your viewers are far more rational and intelligent than you estimated

  • L
    L 3 ай бұрын +2076

    Still waiting with anticipation for the final episode in your "message to" series, Jordan.

    • H'Im Dave
      H'Im Dave 3 ай бұрын

      @Craig R isn’t there a Brit Milah you could be attending? Maybe your rabbi will let you drink some of the blood!

    • Craig R
      Craig R 3 ай бұрын

      @H'Im DaveGosh, your assumptions are just spot on Dave. I don't know how you manage to gauge such accurate reads!

    • H'Im Dave
      H'Im Dave 3 ай бұрын

      @Craig R enjoy making peace with evil… whatever it takes to fit in!

    • Craig R
      Craig R 3 ай бұрын

      @H'Im Dave I'm really not trying to do that, but believe what you wish. Enjoy assuming bad faith all the time, I'm sure you'll be happy.

  • Incognito User
    Incognito User Ай бұрын

    Could you, please, use dark background in all of your upcoming interviews, Sir? It helps me focus for a longer time on screen without letting my eyes get strained due to utterly white backdrop! Bdw, Sir, you are doing a very great job, may God bless you!

    • VHS1776
      VHS1776 25 күн бұрын

      @Jennifer Hey i want to buy them too. Are they really good? What are your personal benefits?

    • Jennifer
      Jennifer Ай бұрын

      Blue block glasses. I have to use them for any screens. Worth it.

  • Michael Sprung
    Michael Sprung 2 ай бұрын

    Bibi is talking about his actions as Finance Minister (a job well done) but his current government is handing out the largest amounts ever given to a non-working public - the Ultra Orthodox. He has a pact with them - he gives them whatever they desire and they give him power and the possibility to escape his trials..

  • N3gervandetoekomst
    N3gervandetoekomst Ай бұрын

    How many times did Netanyahu mention his book

  • Wiley The ACME Salesman
    Wiley The ACME Salesman 2 ай бұрын +3

    Glad JP had a chance to talk and ask tough questions. This dude doesn’t quit talking for a second.

    • Wiley The ACME Salesman
      Wiley The ACME Salesman Ай бұрын +1

      @English with Ellie I agree, I was being sarcastic.

    • English with Ellie
      English with Ellie Ай бұрын

      He hardly did anything .I could ask these questions .it was like a chance for him to study Israel and Jewish state .

    • Alaron
      Alaron 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Wiley The ACME Salesman I suppose. It also seems like JP isn't really that well versed in the subject (which he himself admitted), so it is difficult for him to really provide competent pushback. It is also worth keeping in mind that he might simply have been a bit intimidated. Netanyahu is not exactly small potatoes, and to push hard against the Prime Minister of Israel, especially one with a military record, is a daunting prospect. Given that JP is highly agreeable (I think he said he ranks in the 99th percentile in terms of agreeableness, meaning he is more agreeable than 99 % of people), that would ne really challenging for him.

    • Wiley The ACME Salesman
      Wiley The ACME Salesman 2 ай бұрын

      @Alaron I agree with what you’re saying, it’s just that JP said he was going to try to be the voice of opposition but wasn’t really given the chance because BB wouldn’t give him a chance to say anything. It appeared that BB didn’t want any other perspectives to accidentally leak in but I’m not blaming JP.

    • Alaron
      Alaron 2 ай бұрын +2

      I don't really think Peterson was too interested in grilling him. He tends to be mild with his guests, whichever perspective they represent. He did not push back against Muslim guests either. In his defense, it is understandable that he doesn't want to be too adverserial, because then contentious figures will stop appearing on his podcast. I think one just has to go into these conversations knowing that one won't get any kind of hardcore pushback, but that that does not mean Peterson necessarily agrees or that we should believe it all.

  • Cross-Chainger
    Cross-Chainger Ай бұрын +1

    Would very much like to see a Mahdi Hassan v.s Netanyahu debate hosted by u

  • Struth Media
    Struth Media 3 ай бұрын +1009

    "It is necessary that I should die for my people, but one day my spirit will rise from the grave and the whole world will see that I was right" - some legend, probably

    • Bovine Avenger
      Bovine Avenger Ай бұрын +1

      "I will make those of the synagogue of Satan who say that they are Jews and are not, but are lying-I will make them come and bow down before your feet, and they will learn that I have loved you."
      It's funny how right they were about those atheist who claim to be jewish, I don't understand how anyone who has ever touched a Bible could support Israel, lol.

    • Victor Johnson
      Victor Johnson Ай бұрын +1


    • Grimnir The Hooded One
      Grimnir The Hooded One 3 ай бұрын +1


    • jheetman
      jheetman 3 ай бұрын +1

      Im assuming by the statement that some will have thought him wrong, maybe even jailed him. He should write a book about his struggle.

    • Cryptomusic Bear
      Cryptomusic Bear 3 ай бұрын

      Quote by Kanye "Ye" West

  • B kiwi
    B kiwi 2 ай бұрын +3

    JP very sad to see a piece edited out that is important for the world to know!

    • John Zelener
      John Zelener Ай бұрын

      Don't worry we know already...

  • mara cohen
    mara cohen 2 ай бұрын +11

    It is amazing that so many people have no clue that Israel was born out of the defeat of the Central Powers of WW1. And the same set of International Laws that created Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Kuwait, and TransJordan.

    • mara cohen
      mara cohen Күн бұрын

      @Far Da Really? Then you obviously missed the point of WW1 happening, the Treaties of Sevres and Lausanne, the San Remo Conference, and the existence of the League of Nations. The Mandatories, Syria, Mesopotamia, and Palestine were created in 1922. Quite sometime prior to WW2. The mandated People’s assigned formerly Turkish Lands wasn’t decided by WW2, so I really don’t understand your mention of WW2? PS The Jewish National Home was decided upon in1922.

    • Far Da
      Far Da Күн бұрын

      and your point is? I would say it might be amazing tha most people could not pont out were the hated england is located on a map...let alone israel lol.
      Don't worry we do know that ww1 was responsible for many things....ww2 more so for israel

  • Joe Salomon
    Joe Salomon Ай бұрын +2


    ΠΣIL SΔΠGTΣ 2 ай бұрын

    hey sir JP when is your new book "beyond out of order " coming out?

  • A.ardaale Warfaa
    A.ardaale Warfaa Ай бұрын +2

    Me am here in this world 40 years but before 2000 years was another world with another generation and I did try to become politician when I was in primary school then when i see corrupt political I quit but Netanyahu understand one God is the one who created Israel to the land and I respect Israel people and they respect me the ones I know so every person must have work goodness and tell the wrong ones in a right way

  • Ellase9 - اللاصق
    Ellase9 - اللاصق 3 ай бұрын +594

    People know the truth, will never forget it, and will be fighting for it.
    The truth is always worth fighting for.

    • Bovine Avenger
      Bovine Avenger Ай бұрын +1

      @Yuval Ashkenazi jews are not native to Israel either so your point is entire self-debunked lol.

    • SeaSeaAy
      SeaSeaAy Ай бұрын

      @Abdullah Patel Genghis khan alone, have 16 million descendants all over the world. can those descendants claim the throne of current Mongolia?

    • Kdor Hl
      Kdor Hl 3 ай бұрын

      The truth we don't care who state is it Arab or Jew we don't care we want our rights you understand me

  • Flori Krye
    Flori Krye Ай бұрын +43

    If some day Jordan have Noam Chomskey or Norman Finkelstain on podcast or any form of interview to discuss Palestine it would be ABSOLUTELY AWESOME. I hope and pray for that day. Peace brother

    • Mikheil Dgebuadze
      Mikheil Dgebuadze 24 күн бұрын +1

      Unfortunately Mr. Peterson would never dare to interview anybody like Chomsky, out of fear of humiliation. He is well aware of the fact that he would have his ass handed to him, much like when he was fumbling for words when he came up against Zizek and realized he was no longer debating college teenagers or destroying strawmen of his creation in prerecorded youtube videos. At this point I doubt many people beyond his core incel fanbase take Peterson seriously anymore but his bullshit still needs to be called out, especially when he comes up with new bangers like this one here where he "interviews" a leader of a terrorist state.

    • Chanan Moshe
      Chanan Moshe 28 күн бұрын

      @Plant Based Diet and Fitness Netanyahu is far Superior but Finkelstein..
      Having studied the Middle East, not only Israel, all my life I have good credentials to judge that.
      How many others of opposing options on the subject have you read or listened to?

    • Plant Based Diet and Fitness
      Plant Based Diet and Fitness 28 күн бұрын +1

      ​ @Chanan Moshe I'm sure there's some criticisms to be made of him, I think you have something personal against Finkelstein, because he's certainly more scholarly than Alan Dershowitz, who got embarrassed in their debate. but let's leave Dershowitz alone, Is Netanyahu superior to Finkelstein in regards to the criticisms you made? is Netanyahu more scholarly, more honest and exact, and always cites accurately? I think an honest/unbiased answer to that question should determine whether finkelstein could appear on Petersons youtube channel.

  • Uxc
    Uxc 2 ай бұрын +11

    damn bro imagine if someone was from Mongolia, he has apartments extending from europe to china that he can take anytime he wants, lucky guy

    • Bovine Avenger
      Bovine Avenger Ай бұрын

      @Shubh singh The man has a point.

    • MegaClaw
      MegaClaw Ай бұрын

      @Shubh singh Same bloody history as Hindus.

    • MegaClaw
      MegaClaw Ай бұрын

      @Shubh singh Whoops, Sikh. My bad.

  • Turgay Çoruhlu
    Turgay Çoruhlu Ай бұрын +14

    Bibi says:" If you are powerful, you are right"

    • David Salcido
      David Salcido Ай бұрын +2

      “A Bibi Satanyahu way of thinking as I already said, fool! 🔥✡️🔯☢️♋️🕉️☢️⛎☯️🕎🔥☦️🔯☯️⚛️🔥☯️⚛️🔯⚛️☦️☢️🕉️☢️☯️✡️☪️☢️✝️

  • LionheartBeatz
    LionheartBeatz Ай бұрын +1

    Whoa, just found out about this interview. I'm just 2 minutes in, so i don't know how the conversation will end up.
    But all of a sudden, Dr. Peterson got canceled everywhere makes sense now...

  • John Bolton
    John Bolton 21 күн бұрын +2

    Hahahaha watching this Dumpster fire of an interview reminds me of the interview whit prince andrew about epstien 🤣😂 where are the grown ups? Thanks for this video haha this made my day haha.

  • RD Holyfield
    RD Holyfield 3 ай бұрын +309

    Dear Dr Peterson, I have always viewed you as a brilliant scholar and a man of great integrity . If you could kindly afford the Palestine voice the same platform as you done with Bibi .We need to hear their own perspective without any bias .

    • J_dT
      J_dT Күн бұрын

      @ליאור A source for every single one of your points, thanks.

    • Seyfun 14
      Seyfun 14 3 ай бұрын

      Wtf? There has NEVER been such country in history. It was the British mandate not a Muslim country! Stop the lies

    • Gilad Efrati
      Gilad Efrati 3 ай бұрын

      Despite the fact that I am from Israel I agree that both sides should be heared.

  • Erics Gardener
    Erics Gardener Ай бұрын +24

    It is not worth trading your decency, intellect, truthfulness for a small amount of benefit Mr. Peterson. But it seems this one hour of podcast of yours sheds an illuminating light on many followers mind on what you truly hide deep in your heart...

  • psychocaces
    psychocaces 17 күн бұрын

    I’m literally surprised by this way of thinking, of perception about Israel and Palestinian. I finally found our point of disagreement 😕
    However I would wish, one day to respond to that de vive voix (in person)

  • Steven Hanson
    Steven Hanson Ай бұрын

    “Before a people are aloud to exist” Dylan

  • إنسان
    إنسان 11 күн бұрын +2

    This history lesson is full of Self-interest bias even though it's not a simple story there is a lot of factors that come into play in this story, hope that leaders of nations try to focus on the similarities between the two nations.

    • Far Da
      Far Da Күн бұрын

      Why can't Arabs do that?

  • David Rhys Roberts
    David Rhys Roberts 9 күн бұрын

    One things for certain, on any political side you may rest on the world is an absolute mess. Life is hard enough as it is for us all, our ancestors would've surely hoped that by now we'd all be able to get along without the bullshaite.

  • A’s For Days
    A’s For Days 3 ай бұрын +317

    Curious how this argument for Israel’s existence holds up when when JP applies it to any other invaded and colonized land (i.e the Americas, Australia etc.)… would JP then advocate that it would be moral and legal for the natives in his homeland of Canada to go reclaim every piece of land that is not “productive”?

    • A’s For Days
      A’s For Days 3 ай бұрын

      @Nirvanic and the one’s who didn’t were forcefully evicted from their land, in many cases violating existing treaties with the occupying force… your reply isn’t really addressing my question as much as you think it is.

    • AMS
      AMS 3 ай бұрын

      @ליאור does that justify ethnic cleansing?

    • Serj Borwi
      Serj Borwi 3 ай бұрын +2

      @ליאור thank you for confirming that you’re a bot account. Say hi to all the fellas at the troll farm.

  • A Gh.abolfazl
    A Gh.abolfazl 2 ай бұрын +6

    i have to say i've never heard a better articulated argument. unedited, un coached by interviewer. truly eye opening.

  • Evan Bryant
    Evan Bryant 2 ай бұрын +1

    It's curious how Bibi just skips over Mandatory Palestine and the McMahon-Hussein Correspondence in his little history lesson... interesting

    • advance512
      advance512 2 ай бұрын +1

      He mentions Mandatory Palestine many times during the interview.
      And also, the McMahon-Hussein correspondence was with the Hashemites, which have a country - Jordan.
      Also, he did not mention the 1947 U.N sanctioned partition plan, which the Jews accepted but the Arabs rejected and then attacked. So whatever happened before is not so relevant.

  • from your system
    from your system 24 күн бұрын +1

    Netanyahou say we are powerful, justice or not justice, we stay, if anybody disagree, we strike, no dialogue

  • mucxlx
    mucxlx 2 ай бұрын +7

    He talks about ancensors from 2000 years ago. But after like 1000 years everyone is related to everyone just by math. So these ancestors are ancestors of everyone on the planet.

    • mucxlx
      mucxlx 27 күн бұрын +1

      @Spyderz0310 yeah - if you calculate it after 2350 years you have as many ancestors as grains of sand on the planet (2^94). Almost all of them are in there multiple times of course. And the odds that you arent related to someone specific are basicly impossible. Its already this case after about 1000 years where its only 1.1 Trillion (2^40)ancestors per person. (2 parents, 4 grand parents, 8 great grand parents and so on)

  • Ari Soikkanen
    Ari Soikkanen 29 күн бұрын +8

    I think if Jordan Peterson became prime minister of Canada I think more people would be proud to be Canadian and more people would join the Army having a leader like him

    • Ari Soikkanen
      Ari Soikkanen 17 күн бұрын

      Find the answer for yourself

    • Gilgamesh
      Gilgamesh 23 күн бұрын +1

      Huh? Why would a country that has predominantly been in peace even want a powerful military. Is cost a lot to maintain it

    • Ari Soikkanen
      Ari Soikkanen 28 күн бұрын

      @Samir cause they're would be no wars

    • Samir
      Samir 28 күн бұрын +2

      Army? Seriously?