Jon Stewart: GOP resorts to culture wars because they are out of ideas

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2 ай бұрын

Jon Stewart discusses the weaponization of Critical Race Theory in politics and the Republican tactic of stoking culture wars among voters with CNN's Fareed Zakaria. #jonstewart #fareedzakaria #CNN

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Mr. Anderson
Mr. Anderson 2 ай бұрын
"Scratch any cynic and you will find a disappointed idealist." - George Carlin
hew195050 2 ай бұрын
You nailed my issue.
David Kempton
David Kempton 2 ай бұрын
Totally true, and I don't think George was the originator of the idea, only its latest (at the time) articulator. Truths never disappear, they are just rephrased. Falsehoods _also_ never disappear, they are just re-marketed.
Aaron Thomas
Aaron Thomas 2 ай бұрын
George was criticizing both idealists and cynics, you know. Cynics and ideologues both fail to accept reality.
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor 2 ай бұрын
He doesnt sound angry. He's just saying it the way it is.
Treegona 2 ай бұрын
When theres this much nonsense being used to 1) distract from addressing real issues and 2) attack vulnerable people, anger is the correct response.
katyasdeadlizard 2 ай бұрын
“Jon Stewart on harnessing anger” that title card made me laugh. I’m DEAD
michael 2 ай бұрын
And who says he's angry 😠.? Give me a break!
Knowledge and Defense
Knowledge and Defense 2 ай бұрын
He looks like he is genuinely done with this country's BS... and who can blame him?
K-aW-tEk "Sleepy Sage" Uni
K-aW-tEk "Sleepy Sage" Uni 2 ай бұрын
What's wrong with being angry. HE IS ANGRY. He said it himself. I feel like MORe people need to get angry at the right things and maybe we'll see a positive change in this world....
cv 2 ай бұрын
Jon: *says something reasonable very calmly in a soft voice* Fareed: "You seem filled with anger and rage."
Chris 2 ай бұрын
ShadowPa1adin 2 ай бұрын
The world needs more of Jon Stewart's kind of "anger and rage."
CS P. 2 ай бұрын
You can definitely be full of calm rage.
Mitch Pynn
Mitch Pynn 2 ай бұрын
Part of Jon's reply, after he stopped laughing, is "why isn't everybody angry?" Jon Stewart has a good understanding of emotional intelligence.
Luna 333
Luna 333 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart speaks so well, with such clarity. I really don't think the causes he championed for 9/11 Responders, Vets & Burn Pits + others, would have had results without him. His humour, when he delivers it, is one of my top three. I miss him on late night tv. I just might sign up to Apple TV just to watch him.
James Zakian
James Zakian Ай бұрын
Hes poignant. Clarity shines through what he is saying whether its comedy or something serious. Very admirable quality
Luna 333
Luna 333 Ай бұрын
@James Zakian👍 Ah, eloquence and brevity. Much better than my post, lol. I'm politically minded, and what I love about Jon is he calls out BOTH sides. Sometimes he enlightens me, sometimes I may change my mind on an issue, sometimes I disagree, but best of all, he makes me think AND ~laugh
Mark Weaks
Mark Weaks Ай бұрын
He's awesome! You'll never guess he's making both sides happy, while seeming to be on the opposite side from yours, cos he's always on your side, whichever one that is.
Luna 333
Luna 333 Ай бұрын
@Mark Weaks As far as I'm concerned, he delivers the TRUTH. I have a lot of respect for him _Because_ he will call out BS on BOTH sides whenever necessary.
Mark Weaks
Mark Weaks Ай бұрын
@Luna 333 He does. He's truthful. Been a fan for years, Colbert too, til after he turned. We all gotta do what we gotta do. Cheers!
Angel M.
Angel M. 2 ай бұрын
John Stewart is so Cogent and Lucid it’s crazy. He sees reality for what it is and I understand how cynical that can make a person. Hopefully we wake the heck up, all of us.
Angel M.
Angel M. 2 ай бұрын
@Harper . is John Stewart a liberal?
Harper .
Harper . 2 ай бұрын
@Angel M. I’m pretty sure he is. The reason I ask is I’m looking for a liberal to talk to.
Angel M.
Angel M. 2 ай бұрын
@Harper . no one talks on KZhome above all not me. Sorry to disappoint you. But I definitely have no time for the ensuing back and forth of zingers and idealism
PaleStaleMale 2 ай бұрын
​​@Harper . Sounds like you need to be better at making friends irl. And of course you joined YT a week ago. 😅😅😅😅
Kayla Wilke
Kayla Wilke Ай бұрын
"Why isn't everybody?" So true, I feel very angry about the state of the country and politics. I am generally a positive happy person but it is SO hard to watch our democracy being destroyed. It IS hard to not be angry at people that try to distract from the real things that people face.
Joanna Yuan
Joanna Yuan 2 ай бұрын
Best phrase “weaponized nonsense”
hibbidyjibbidyy 2 ай бұрын
the entirerty of the cumulation of hearts and minds, i love and resoect jon stewarts thoughts, but i disagree with him on this point
Miss Understanding
Miss Understanding 2 ай бұрын
I was just about to make this comment!
Slothy 2 ай бұрын
Bigger joke- I'm a democrat and here to help.
Pierre-Charles Léonhart
Pierre-Charles Léonhart 2 ай бұрын
@Slothy you're just here to like your own comment mate
DJ E D'Law
DJ E D'Law 2 ай бұрын
The GOP isn't *out* of ideas, they have exactly one idea and it's working incredibly well for them so they stick with it. That idea is to use people's fear of things that are different from what they are familiar with to gain power.
Basic info
Basic info Ай бұрын
Democrats are doing the same things, if you didn't notice.
DJ E D'Law
DJ E D'Law Ай бұрын
@Basic info To a much lesser degree, yes.
Gayonetta Ай бұрын
@Basic info just keep in mind, the Democrats are not actively attacking the civil rights of marginalized communities, so it’s a bit of a bad comparison
Basic info
Basic info Ай бұрын
@Gayonetta Not really. Racial politics and victim culture only serves to keep marginalized communities in resentment, divide the country. Instead of incentivizing people to work harder. I'm an immigrant and many see success through hard work, instead of constantly hoping for welfare and reparation.
Gayonetta Ай бұрын
@Basic info let’s not pretend all POC and marginalized groups are simply choosing to be victims. That lets the actual people benefiting from the status quo off the hook. Yes there are many that still succeed, but that doesn’t mean it was easy or couldn’t have been easy if racial discrimination and inequality wasn’t still an issue in this country
Morgan Bass
Morgan Bass 2 ай бұрын
It's refreshing to see Jon Stewart back on TV.
pyooming Ай бұрын
he has a new show now called "The Problem with Jon Stewart"
Nicholas E
Nicholas E Ай бұрын
​@Trevor Mallard that escalated quickly. Jon is an honest guy bringing light to real problems.
kingstar Ай бұрын
He's not mad, he's just disappointed.
Muhahahahaz 27 күн бұрын
But that’s worse… Everyone knows that’s worse! 😅
H.F.J. 2 ай бұрын
I just couldn't love him any more I swear. The man's a national treasure. Glad he's back
smokeyhoodoo Ай бұрын
So you're a nationalist
ThisisRictor. 2 ай бұрын
Always love to hear Jon and his simple, practical answers and explanations,
DaveVelo1 2 ай бұрын
I agree with Jon and have known this for some time. The country fails to address the crux of it's problems but instead, attempts to patch them when they become a nuisance or a threat.
Morgan Stevens
Morgan Stevens 2 ай бұрын
If the Russians had somehow helped Hillary Clinton and it had prevented Trump from being elected in the first place, Stewart said Democrats would have tried their best to look the other way.
No No
No No 2 ай бұрын
Like open borders?
Jeffrey Sisson
Jeffrey Sisson 2 ай бұрын
Thank you Jon Stewart for being brilliant and also for continuing to keep us sane through the insanity. 💙
Kevin Iglesias
Kevin Iglesias 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart is such a clear and effective speaker. So precise in what he gets across
S.A.L. 2 ай бұрын
Jon's humorous sarcasm is a way to show us the absurdity of what's being argued by "serious" politicians, without enough self-reflection to see their own contradictions. I don't think he sounds "angry". He sounds reasonable and passionate for logic.
Tim Aepelbacher
Tim Aepelbacher 2 ай бұрын
How can you not be angry about something so serious?
Subterrel Prospector
Subterrel Prospector 2 ай бұрын
Interviewer doesn't give a rat's fart.
Alexander Brambila
Alexander Brambila Ай бұрын
​@Subterrel Prospector yeah probably cuz he makes money off the nonsense.
TheThirdMan Ай бұрын
@Alexander Brambila Well, you’ve really got your finger on the pulse, haven’t you?
Clickbait 2 ай бұрын
Spot on, Jon! It's ridiculous that more people don't call it out. It's just maddening!
Duv Jones
Duv Jones Ай бұрын
Oh, it's called out... ALOT. Every day in-fact. But are those the people that the majorly happens to be listening too? That depends on whom you are and where you are listening.
Rob Cummings
Rob Cummings 2 ай бұрын
Great to see Jon Stewart after all these years. We need more people in public life who address reality the way JS does.
Morgan Stevens
Morgan Stevens 2 ай бұрын
If the Russians had somehow helped Hillary Clinton and it had prevented Trump from being elected in the first place, Stewart said Democrats would have tried their best to look the other way.
BizWiz 2 ай бұрын
@Morgan Stevens Why are you copy/pasting that everywhere? Never seen anyone want their comment to be seen so badly. Lol
Mohammad Polash
Mohammad Polash 2 ай бұрын
nice to hear from you.😀
Jonathan Robbins
Jonathan Robbins 2 ай бұрын
I love Jon Stewart. Literally everything he says is just word for word what I believe.
Taylor Trask
Taylor Trask Ай бұрын
I get why he won't run for an elected office, but he's exactly the class and caliber of person we NEED to run for office.
Jonathan Robbins
Jonathan Robbins Ай бұрын
@Taylor Trask I agree. Although I think he is more powerful in the current position he is in, his mindset should inspire future generations in what we should look for in politicians.
Jonathan Robbins
Jonathan Robbins Ай бұрын
@Taylor Trask what I think is also important is that Americans need to have an Independent mindset. It may time to incorporate a multi party system. Democrats and Republicans aren't pushing us forward with the latter trying to destroy the very fabric of the nation.
Taylor Trask
Taylor Trask Ай бұрын
@Jonathan Robbins I couldn't agree more.
Amy Zonkers
Amy Zonkers Ай бұрын
"I agree with everything this man said, because it's exactly what I wanted to hear."
Desiree Espinosa
Desiree Espinosa 2 ай бұрын
CNN needs to have more people like Jon on.... he is extremely informed and not afraid to call out hypocrisy when he sees or hears it.
Nate Bates
Nate Bates 2 ай бұрын
I wish Jon would run for (meaningful & impactful) office already and remain as outspoken and direct as he is now. He could bring so much more attention to the reality of our political landscape and maybe even open some eyes thus bringing real change.
ghost mall
ghost mall Ай бұрын
I disagree. I think it’s pretty clear Jon Stewart is accomplishing far more using his platform than most politicians accomplish in a lifetime. Besides, we all know the goal of being a politician isn’t to get things done for people - it’s to keep their corporate overlords happy
Audrey Muzingo
Audrey Muzingo Ай бұрын
@ghost mall That's clearly the goal of _most_ politicians but a few refuse monetary influence. Too few, but it doesn't have to stay that way. I'm not even trying to argue that Jon should officially step into the shitshow, because I suspect you might be right about him being most effective exactly where he is. But we can't just accept that corporate bribery is the way it is and will be always.
Cook Ай бұрын
@ghost mall i think stewart should run because he's been gifted with talent and experiences that have made him a good, reasonable leader with an outlook I agree with. The paradox of leadership is that those who are best equipped to handle it are those who understand how incredible the responsibilities of leadership are and want to avoid it. Stewart has every right to run/not run because it's his life, but I believe that if you have a good head on your shoulders, you owe it to the people around you to step up before someone else who might not be as well-equipped gets placed in charge, and now the people you care have to go without the additional successes you would've brought them had you been in charge.
ghost mall
ghost mall Ай бұрын
@Cook I think Stewart is an incredibly bright, passionate and thoughtful individual, and I think he’s found a way to leave his mark on society and materially make the country a better place without needing to run for office. It would be interesting if he decided to go that direction, but I think there’s a fallacy that says you need to be a politician to make change. Honestly, politicians are notorious for getting very little done while spending so much of our tax dollars
Cook Ай бұрын
@ghost mall i disagree, politicians are the only people who can change the lives of millions overnight by signing a document I'm not saying stewart needs to do anything, but if he's accomplished this much with the influence he has, it is reasonable to assume he would accomplish much more with even more influence. If it's not something he's interested that's fine, but your entire existence revolves around politics and the decisions made by politicians--being one of them is one of the most critical roles on the planet.
Nova Dragon
Nova Dragon 2 ай бұрын
Jon gets it. Good to see he still gets it
eyeingi Ай бұрын
He's such a force. We are very lucky that he chose to retake up the shield and sword of justice for this world in these coming times.
DPstudios 2 ай бұрын
I love how when Jon is called angry, he just lets it seamlessly roll as someone else's opinion, while momentarily checking it for validity, then responding with wit and intelligence. Here is a man comfortable in his own skin, cool as a cucumber. Love it!
BEES AND TOAST 2 ай бұрын
And even then sometimes being angry is justified. It's called 'righteous indignation' because he's righteous in his anger.
jmack619 2 ай бұрын
​@Happy T what exactly have the democrats with joe and kamelugh fixed again ?
TrumpLovesPutinAndTreason 2 ай бұрын
@jmack619 Ok bot.
prospect689 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart is a legend as always
Justin Gerstung
Justin Gerstung 2 ай бұрын
I generally like Jon and his line about "It's hard to not be angry at the people that distract from the real things that people face with weaponized nonsense..." this could literally be said by any citizen on either side of the aisle or by independents about either party... both sides will need to find a middle ground and could do better at trying to understand what is valuable to the others...
DTFaux Classic
DTFaux Classic 2 ай бұрын
Not every issue has a middle ground, and Jon's initial point is that there's not much hope for any progress, much less any compromise, with a party that has no intent to govern in good faith. Fear-mongering over things like CRT, trans people, and the like are distractions.
ghost mall
ghost mall Ай бұрын
Man, he’s so right about these corporate diversity programs. It’s like, we aren’t actually going to do anything meaningful to address structural barriers in our workplace, pay gaps etc.… But Dan, our African-American employee, will be sharing one of his grandma‘s favorite recipes today at the diversity meeting. Lol
LaPetite 2 ай бұрын
Jon is on point, and won't let us deviate from the real problem.
AdInfinitumSpero 23 күн бұрын
Jon Stewart is among the best the US has to offer in regards to speaking on important public issues
OKay Jackson
OKay Jackson 2 ай бұрын
Humor, rage, frustration - we all feel it right now- thanks so much, Jon, for being so wonderfully articulate for all of us.
Linda Worthington
Linda Worthington 2 ай бұрын
He is certainly our voice, but you can only be angry for so long. And every time you get angry, it passes. I think a lot of us are just tired of being angry Americans. And he is absolutely right about running out of ideas.
Scourge 2 ай бұрын
@Linda Worthington "... a lot of us are just tired ..." Well ... we could just give up entire the democratic republic ...
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics 2 ай бұрын
I confirmed , Thank you !
Obsidian 2 ай бұрын
I don't think anyone could have said it better. I would vote for him in a heartbeat. Cause I know he's a real person
Amin Mian
Amin Mian 2 ай бұрын
Nah Jon Stewart is wayyy too over qualified for office
Obsidian 2 ай бұрын
@Amin Mian true but damn he would give them all hell
Charles Burekeni
Charles Burekeni 2 ай бұрын
He would NEVER do that to himself lol
john maki
john maki 2 ай бұрын
Me too!
b Ollie
b Ollie 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart always on point
•Lex 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart is truly a remarkable human and a national treasure
smokeyhoodoo Ай бұрын
So youre a nationalist
Kryslor 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart bears the curse of being an incredibly intelligent and deeply empathetic man. If you have both of those, then it's incredibly hard to NOT be angry. He sees through all the nonsense and intellectual dishonesty that passes for politics. Don't fall for the easy bait of calling these tactics stupid, they are calculated, deliberate, and work to some degree.
Avery Archer
Avery Archer 2 ай бұрын
Fareed's "you sound angry" charge says so much. As soon as Jon mentions racial injustice and our refusal to genuinely address it, he's angry. There is an implicit admission that the content of Jon's words are things to be angry about, even when delivered calmly and with a tongue-in-cheek chuckle. But since Fareed does not share the outrage the content of Jon's word's warrant, and is in fact made comfortable by said content, he zeros in on the anger in lieu of what warrants it.
Lenin Franco
Lenin Franco 2 ай бұрын
This guy would demolish every candidate that runs against him.
Shiv Kumar Shiv
Shiv Kumar Shiv 2 ай бұрын
Mushafir Sha
Mushafir Sha 2 ай бұрын
Yes,I am still interested.
Evola’s Sunglasses
Evola’s Sunglasses 2 ай бұрын
He is on a channel that's been driving the Culture War for years.
Meran niCuill
Meran niCuill 2 ай бұрын
I don't think he'd ever run. He doesn't want the heart attack.
Aditya Abhyankar
Aditya Abhyankar Ай бұрын
What's really refreshing is how Stewart actually seems to actually think before answering / speaking
clapped out VQ35de
clapped out VQ35de 2 ай бұрын
i love how it took jon stewart to say what everyone else has been saying for years.
Kevin R.
Kevin R. 2 ай бұрын
Love Jon more than words. Amazing dude all around.
Deuce Maxwell
Deuce Maxwell 2 ай бұрын
This man Jon Stewart literally changed the way we digested our news forever
Andrew G
Andrew G 28 күн бұрын
Jon is pretty on point, we aren't tackling the real issues, we are just making up non-issues to cover up the real issues
Omniescient One
Omniescient One 2 ай бұрын
I have the same problem as Jon. Seeing the republicans sit back and do nothing about climate change for the last fifty years of my life makes me dismayed and in disbelief. They have no honor, no integrity.
Mohammad Polash
Mohammad Polash 2 ай бұрын
nice to hear from you.😀
Indurain Ай бұрын
I admire this man, he gets straight to the point and does it with humour and wit. Very intelligent person.
peanutbuster Ай бұрын
All the dichotomy of emotions, the passion, hope, a splash of well earned bitterness, he is like the perfect cocktail. I would love to meet him and give him a hug and thank him.
Erich Brough
Erich Brough 2 ай бұрын
The man is a ****ng legend and a national treasure! 🙌🙌🙌🙌
Charles Shields
Charles Shields 2 ай бұрын
Comedians are the political leaders we need now. They see things as they truly are.
Butt3rz 2 ай бұрын
This opens up so many conversations about DEI and real purpose behind the positions. My god I hope this goes viral.
Jason Dunn
Jason Dunn Ай бұрын
But it doesn't invalidate the efforts; change has to start somewhere.
David Solsbery
David Solsbery 2 ай бұрын
"Why isn't everybody angry?" Best line of the interview
QN 2 ай бұрын
I have no idea who Jon Stewart is, and even i know that logic is the key, while the rigth and conservative is stuck on what book to burn... and who is a witch...
hew195050 2 ай бұрын
Everyone IS!! It's just that everyone has a different reason and everyone thinks they are right. The answer is always somewhere in the middle.
DRC Primitive cooking
DRC Primitive cooking 2 ай бұрын
Agree with Jon and know this for a while
Arbor Daze
Arbor Daze 2 ай бұрын
I’d love to see Jon today and Jon from the 80s have a conversation. I wish I had continued to better myself on that level through adulthood.
Maiden the 80's L.A.
Maiden the 80's L.A. 2 ай бұрын
That would interesting. It is amazing the damage Reagan and his Admin. started is why we are living in the crap conditions we are currently in.
Emma Fountain
Emma Fountain Ай бұрын
My dude understands the system and isn’t afraid to talk about it, we need more people like him in media.
Juan Ай бұрын
If only Someone like Jon Stewart Ran America. It's so refreshing to listen to someone whose real. So Human. Love him.
Justin Koster
Justin Koster Ай бұрын
i love jon most people dont give him enough credit for how smart he is because he was on a 22 min comedy show 4 days a week. if he ran for pres he would win.
Philoctetes 2 ай бұрын
It is quite gratifying, to see Jon being finally recognized. It is so sad, that it took his defending soldiers and veterans from the results of the burn pits created by our lax wartime legal system. How many of those burn pits were set ablaze by contractors, and are therefore off the table?
A Rogue Admin
A Rogue Admin 2 ай бұрын
Finally recognized? How old are you?
Darrell Burnett
Darrell Burnett 2 ай бұрын
@A Rogue Admin I was going to say similar. He’s been recognised for his brilliant biting satirical take on politics for over 20 years.
RB 2 ай бұрын
John Stewart has been recognized for quite a while, but it was a relatively small group who recognized him. I agree, it is good that John is getting the admiration and respect he deserves.
ReadMyComment 2 ай бұрын
He only defended them to further his own name, hes a con man.
CJ Bishop
CJ Bishop 2 ай бұрын
i love jon so much what a guy thanks for continuing to grow
JSchlo401 Ай бұрын
My first time watching CNN in a year or two. It’s nice to see the interviewer having a real conversation. Talking like a normal person. It’s refreshing. 💯
radfaraf 2 ай бұрын
John as always is a genius. 🎉
Rumpustime 2 ай бұрын
"Don't do drugs. Stay in school." We laugh at that but it's a good reminder for us older ones who grew up hearing that to not drink the kool aid and continue studying what's actually good for us. The truth.
Han Wang
Han Wang 2 ай бұрын
That's basically what George Carlin had been saying many years ago. "When you're born you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front row seat."
Em 2 ай бұрын
Sarcasm is a mix of humor and anger wrapped up to make a point and can be very effective. Jon Stewart is clever and needed by the country to balance the crap coming out of other Americans.
Bagledog5000 2 ай бұрын
frank blunt So it's better than any of the arrows in Trump or the GOP's quiver, good to know.
Mohammad Polash
Mohammad Polash 2 ай бұрын
nice to hear from you.😀
thousand miles
thousand miles 2 ай бұрын
Sarcasm is my personal religion.
Jay C
Jay C Ай бұрын
Discontentment of the status quo is only called “rage” when it has to do with addressing systemic inequities. If a privileged person is discontented about something, we just call it “disruptive innovation.” But if it’s to remedy social inequities, it’s called anger and rage.
Jason Dunn
Jason Dunn Ай бұрын
Yeah, it's weird Fareed called it "anger" when it's really passion - Jon cares. Fareed is a smart guy, he should know the difference.
phillippe coady
phillippe coady Ай бұрын
he says it so perfectly. in a way that makes me feel calm and not confused.
Niklas Johansson
Niklas Johansson Ай бұрын
Fear is the emotion that drives most initiatives these days…
ghost mall
ghost mall Ай бұрын
Always amazed when MSM lets Jon Stewart pierce their BS media bubble with reality. This was great
The Coywolf
The Coywolf 24 күн бұрын
"You want to be upset about 'real things'....but isint that what drives comedy, or art...or...anything?" Never has there been a truer statement.
WILL GEE 2 ай бұрын
See this is why he needs to be on tv more,he doesn’t sound angry, he broke it down intelligently that’s all
Trevor Golding
Trevor Golding 2 ай бұрын
Well, he has a weekly TV show on Apple TV+ where he does interviews and deep dive pieces on issues-‘The Problem with Jon Stewart. And a podcast, & he has segments posted on KZhome. That’s mainly directed at myself b/c I know all this, but I rarely watch or listen. We miss him but he’s still there! Just takes a little more effort to find.
Don Quarnstrom
Don Quarnstrom 2 ай бұрын
​@trevorgolding9200 apple tv More like crapple tv.
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics 2 ай бұрын
I confirmed , Thank you !
Lp K
Lp K 2 ай бұрын
He was on tv and saying much the same thing AND WHAT HAPPENED not much of anything.
Mentally Challenged
Mentally Challenged 2 ай бұрын
CNN will take it down 😂
Justin Killebrew
Justin Killebrew 2 ай бұрын
A comedian once said, "ignorance is bliss, unless you're aware of it." But if you are not ignorant, then there is no bliss, only anger and frustration (these days).
waterbearer08 2 ай бұрын
Tremendous journalism. I appreciate CNN for it's adherence to integrity which is reinforced and made obvious by interviews and questions presented to guest like this. ❤️
kana00sana Ай бұрын
The voice of a generation. Bless Jon Stewart with an always comfortable pillow.
atirasrc Ай бұрын
Jon: "It was top of mind" - he did a far better job at picking out the nuances in Fareed's comments than vice versa.
The Living Modern
The Living Modern Ай бұрын
Very true, we, humans, more and more and more, refuse to face issues, refuse to talk, refuse to be honest, and hey maybe we sound like aholes, but people who don't want to hear anything negative have been arguably worse by passively being an ahole the entire time and arrogant on top and only manipulating the truth by then turning into the victim when it's convenient. Masked is self-interest, and I would rather have someone tell me to my face what they think good or bad, I would respect that person a whole lot more.
Suzi Bikerbabe
Suzi Bikerbabe 2 ай бұрын
And Stewart nails it again.
moe syah
moe syah 2 ай бұрын
"hate and envy" top of mind for fareed 😂
lasnite Ай бұрын
“For those of you watching at home: Don’t do drugs. Stay in school.” LOL😂😂😂
Jim Meusey
Jim Meusey 2 ай бұрын
Stewart's humor is the leverage, the wedge, that allows him into you soul. It's disarming, yet when you realize what you've been listening to, you are forced to think about it. Also - it's a result of all the damage that he has seen our society, our culture, suffering under. What doesn't kill you fosters the growth of odd and perhaps dangerous coping skills and a dark sense of humor.
prplezard Ай бұрын
Jon Stewart is a national treasure.
Radiant Goddess
Radiant Goddess 2 ай бұрын
Jon is an amazing human being who gets better and better with time.
DRC Primitive cooking
DRC Primitive cooking 2 ай бұрын
You are absolutely right.
erock33 2 ай бұрын
Stewart is at least wise enough to know to never debate or appear with anyone that uses logic or reason
Paul Ай бұрын
I would call that PASSION not anger. Well done Jon Stewart......
CyberdelicXP 2 ай бұрын
The amount of bull's-eyes John hit in this is amazing
Michael Crumpton
Michael Crumpton Ай бұрын
John Stewart, the Carl Sagan of politics. Making millions care about things they would barely think about otherwise.
Jay C
Jay C Ай бұрын
Best definition I’ve ever heard of modern GOP ethos: weaponized nonsense.
James Lincoln
James Lincoln Ай бұрын
It’s wild that Fareed would ask Jon why he is angry. I’ve never once wondered why he is angry.
Sandra Fulbright-Myers
Sandra Fulbright-Myers 2 ай бұрын
I wish more people were telling the simple truth like he is.
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics
Men's Heart Tailors & Fabrics 2 ай бұрын
I confirmed , Thank you !
hew195050 2 ай бұрын
That's his truth. Everyone's perception of "truth" is true for them.
Ron Petersen
Ron Petersen 2 ай бұрын
I wish he did also. He seems to preach dogma. He can see both sides at times but he is way leaning on one side. The one that does this the most seems to be I forget his name that british guy that has very liberal looks to him if you can assign such a thing. We need more moderates to pop up and bonk both sides on the head and tell them to get it together. Jon can do that but he isn't really there. he is still very politically slanty. more so now because I think he got scared back after he was called a right winger and racist after his epic monologue on the lab leak stuff on Colbert. I was surprised he got so much hate and flack over that, or at least to that extreme.
FriendOwO 2 ай бұрын
It's very easy for someone with no idea where to go to recontexualize to deflect, i think one of the big issues right now is where is that discussion being taken the most seriously. Because in the age of social media, the world's political ideology seems to stem around social media outlets with a "As little context as possible" model (Twitter) as the sounding rod for the vibe of society. I think as little content presented as possible does the self a disservice, it leaves things too open to interpretation without the opportunity for dicsussion. I left twitter, switched to rolling the dice in having conversations through comments and posts with more context, and it's freed me up to having a calmer mindset, making things that would normally scare me into something for me to understand and work with. And it's helped.
bluedance Ай бұрын
Jon always says it right!!
Advanced Force
Advanced Force 2 ай бұрын
Just a normal person, an intellectual, talking about what they see. Very good
Quentin 2 ай бұрын
I've been saying this for years, if he ran for President he would have my vote in a hearbeat.
Jesse Grant
Jesse Grant Ай бұрын
I agree with Jon, but how do we fix the systemic race and class issues? I've never heard a compelling strategy. People say "tear it down." What does that mean tactically? Love it Jon! Keep going, man! You are inspiring!
Oscar Martinez
Oscar Martinez 2 ай бұрын
Even after all these years, he still manages to make me give a damn about uprooting all the political bullshit and focusing on the actual issues. Jon Stewart is True North.
Justin Mangus
Justin Mangus 2 ай бұрын
No he isn't lol
Mohammad Polash
Mohammad Polash 2 ай бұрын
nice to hear from you.😀
TruthForJustice 2 ай бұрын
A rational thinker.
Janet Dotson
Janet Dotson 2 ай бұрын
​@Justin Mangus that's not a valid argument. The gop is nothing anymore.
Rezerk 2 ай бұрын
Well, watching this and the way John phrased some of his points, it reminded me of an Italian's singer line, roughly translated: " We don't focus the problem, we just watch the side effects, we are so busy polishing the knobs on the Titanic"
Charles1er Smeyers
Charles1er Smeyers 2 ай бұрын
Intelligence and understanding in many or most case is considerate like anger, but it is not it is realism facing facts! This comedian is more intelligent than most politicians. Thanks for the demonstration.
asphyxiafeeling Ай бұрын
I wish Jon would run for office.
H&F Productions
H&F Productions Ай бұрын
The ending killed me. Perfection.
SYN4456 Ай бұрын
I had a similar epiphany. In the US, we hear "the first African American " or "the first female" or "the first Asian American ". If our country was truly inclusive to everybody, no one would be a first of anything. The fact that we have to add the tag, "the first" shows that our inclusion is an exception and not the rule.
Mo The Don
Mo The Don 2 ай бұрын
Jon Stewart is a national treasure
Prince and friends
Prince and friends 2 ай бұрын
International 😉
Silver Specie
Silver Specie 2 ай бұрын
And a washed up comedian
Wayne Anthony Holmes
Wayne Anthony Holmes 2 ай бұрын
@Silver Specie Still more relevant than a nameless coward! 👍
brupe boring
brupe boring 2 ай бұрын
@Silver Specie only in your feeble mind
ShopFloorMonkey 21 күн бұрын
Fareed : "You sound angry" Jon : "Why isn't everybody?!" ❤❤❤
Beau Dure
Beau Dure 25 күн бұрын
"You sound like you're angry and full of rage, and yet you're really funny." That's not a surprise. That's the art form.
HrglassHealer Ай бұрын
John is so freakin brilliant!!
Emeral Bookwise
Emeral Bookwise 2 ай бұрын
Laughter can be a coping mechanism for when it hurts too much to cry.
Shawn Riegsecker
Shawn Riegsecker Ай бұрын
To answer John's question on emotions, there are only 5 PRIMARY emotions (all others are derivatives): Fear, Anger, Joy, Sadness, and, what's best defined as the emotion of experiencing 'sexual' energy--the feeling state of being "in love". And, 90% of the time, when we're experiencing Anger, it's actually just covering up a deeper Fear we're masking. So when angry, stop and ask yourself, "what is the fear behind my anger?" and we can learn a lot. It's also interesting to think about "time" relative to emotions: Sadness is a past-based emotion (sad about something that happened already). Anger and Joy are present-based emotions (Anger is because I'm not getting my way right now; Joy is because I'm getting what I want right now). Fear is a futures-based emotion (I'm afraid of something that could happen in the future). And as for Jon's gummies comment...he nailed it. ;)
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