46 - Jayant Bhandari: The Reality of the Third World
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46 - Jayant Bhandari: The Reality of the Third World

21 Dec • 1hr 11m
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Gabriel Custodiet speaks with contrarian cultural thinker Jayant Bhandari. Bhandari views politics as subsidiary to culture, and thus culture as the first principle from which to begin one’s analysis. He explains the rarely-acknowledged unchanging depravities of the Third World which are leading it toward collapse: all stemming from a lack of reason and thus moral consciousness. Bhandari also gives his thoughts on a variety of other matters, such as the 2016 Indian banknote demonetisation, the prevalence of Indian scammers, and how to cultivate fearlessness as a speaker.   Guest Links → → → Watchman Privacy → (newsletter, consultation requests) → →   Bitcoin Privacy Course →   Monero Donation Address (If you can't see the whole string, double click in the middle to select all) →8829DiYwJ344peEM7SzUspMtgUWKAjGJRHmu4Q6R8kEWMpafiXPPNBkeRBhNPK6sw27urqqMYTWWXZrsX6BLRrj7HiooPAy   Please subscribe to and rate this podcast wherever you can to help it thrive. Thank you! Timeline 0:00 – Beginning 1:32 – What is the truth of the “Third World”? 7:37 – India has no concept of reason, trust, and moral consciousness 13:05 – Depravity, not spirituality, in India 18:51 – Are you proud of Indian-heritage UK prime minister? 22:59 – Prevalence of Indian-heritage CEOs in Western companies 25:59 – Views on Indian scam industry; moral consciousness in India 34:59 – Self-flagellation of the West and the problem with apologizing 40:59 – Is privacy a Western value? 43:12 – How to see the authentic view of a country 47:31 – Is it unwise to pick South America as home for next decade? 52:02 – The 2016 Indian Banknote Demonetisation 58:02 – China taking over Africa? 1:01:02 – Rapid fire questions 1:02:02 – How to cultivate fearlessness 1:05:12 – Jayant’s experience with Cancel Culture 1:08:22 – Final thoughts
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13 Jul
There is a great difference in visting a country and staying there full time. i have spent most of working years in India and what i witnessed was a total opposite of what Jayant portrays. Looks like Jayant had some bitter encounters.