What Does Tucker Carlson Really Believe? (3-8-23)

Virtual Pilgrim posts: 27:27 America is not an ideological nation. The State is ideological. Becoming a citizen of the United States doesn’t qualify you to become an American but being an American qualifies you to become a citizen of the United States. I agree with Luke’s comments afterwards. Your meaning isn’t found in State ideology.

44:13 Destiny ask the questions why can’t white people just be happy within themselves. This is similar to the claim by Dennis Prager that race doesn’t matter. Luke is correct that human nature has its biases and proclivities towards ingroup preference. What people like Destiny and Dennis Prager are really saying is race should not matter. And I agree that, in a perfect world, race should not matter, but we are not living in a perfect world, so we have to make real decisions for our survival as a people. White people have been tricked to turn their nation over to foreigners because people like Dennis Prager tell them that race doesn’t matter which is a lie. Prager and Destiny are giving you an aspirational claim which has nothing to do with the real world.

46:14 I love how Luke says that people that are attracted to Islam are low IQ. LOL! Sounds like something Richard Dawkins or Sam Harris would say.

Art Bell: He is dying his hair – a hint of the forced image, but as Luke explains he is a shifty human, possibly CIA, he wanted to join. An untrustworthy anti-populist.
News piece on CNN: Carlson “passionately” hates Trump: In a number of private text messages, Carlson was harshly critical of Trump. In one November 2020 exchange, Carlson said Trump’s decision to snub Joe Biden’s inauguration was “so destructive.” Carlson added that Trump’s post-election behavior was “disgusting” and that he was “trying to look away.” In another text message conversation, two days before the January 6 attack, Carlson said, “We are very, very close to being able to ignore Trump most nights. I truly can’t wait.” Carlson added of Trump, “I hate him passionately.” The Fox host said of the Trump presidency, “That’s the last four years. We’re all pretending we’ve got a lot to show for it, because admitting what a disaster it’s been is too tough to digest. But come on. There isn’t really an upside to Trump.”

58:00 nice point, podcasts and youtube discussion fests, SPENCER and Ford types, all that chatter vs music & video games. New Music has to compete with a dozen new threats, to be heard even once. Until Luke starts an AIR SUPPLY band with Spencer. Where were Air Supply during the berlin wall, Mr. Spencer!

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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