Joe Rogan Experience #1283 – Russell Brand

Russell Brand is an English comedian, actor, radio host, author, and activist. His new book “Mentors” is available now, and his podcast called “Under The Skin” …


  1. Joe seems to agree with not pushing your morality on others. So in that sense you'd willingly allow paedophiles and rapists to do what they want and to live by their own morals?
    See.. That viewpoint just doesn't work in today's society I'm afraid. If your choices have a victim then it's not just 'your' choice.

  2. I feel Joe Rogan is feeling tired because Russel doesn't let him speak and keeps taking control of the direction of the conversation. Despite saying interesting stuff, it gets kind of.. tiresome. And it's funny because i suffer from the same malady.

  3. when girls lie to themselves about the sexualizing clothes they wear makes no sense though they know what they're doing but they are capable of doing what they want and just because women dress like that doesn't give men the right to act like pigs or predators its not the women's fault they can wear what they want but they need to be honest with themselves that they want sexual attention by wearing society's definition of slutty clothing

  4. THE RAPTURE and the coming TRIBULATION – #Rapture #Apocalypse #Tribulation
    1 Corinthians 15 (NKJV) Behold, I tell you a Mystery: We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality.

  5. ….a sort of wordless clarity. If you can imagine me having anything that is wordless even for a moment. Hahaha so witty.

  6. Very interesting. Like when you do interviews with people who are rational and logical. I am a Christian so I don't agree with a lot of this but the most important thing is being an ethical, rational person. Please keep this up. Most important thing in our generation is people being just rational and logical.

  7. 2:17:25 I hope those people do exactly that for their whole lives and, someday, in a huge house with a beautiful wife and 7 healthy kids, with 3 sports cars in front and jealous neighbours on either side, die. Completely unsatisfied and worn out, they fade away into nothing. Just like everyone else. All they want now is to go back to the start. To give up all this 'success', and live a real life. But times up now. They spent their whole lives running, sweaty, red faced, and head down, in circles through an endless void. Sprinting toward nowhere. Killing themselves spirituality to progress toward no end.

  8. Joe is usually on it but the burning bush was when God told Moses to go to Egypt and get his people out not when I gave him the 10 Commandments when he would gave the 10 Commandments he was on Mount Zion

  9. Oh my god!! It's like the two sides of my personality have sat down and talked things out. The primal versus the existential. Love it.

  10. As I listen to these two men talking I can't help but to think black men need to lobby for fair economic rights just as we lobbied for civil rights. Just my thoughts from listening

  11. I am pleasantly suprised by Russell's knowledge, eloquence and intricacy! I think as humans we quickly judge each other at face value, which is what I had previously done without knowing anything about him……And Joe, hats off, I listen to your podcasts all the time now.

  12. One of my favourites.

    Genuine respect and love to these two gentlemen, and all those who seek to better themselves and those around them through love, equality and progress of understanding.

    Big love to all brothers and sisters.

    Painting my hallway.
    Shropshire, England.

  13. Love these two together. The longer I look at the set of headphones on Joe rogan's bare head the stranger they seem.

  14. The fact that capitalism is good because it's fueling innovation is the biggest myth that is still believed today, without capitalism and the incentive to profit, companies would share their information and make the best product with the best resources instead of the ones that are most profitable.

  15. Joe!! I know you don't read comments. Oh well. This talk is so great!!! Please have more women on, women artists and people open-minded in a similar vein to Russell. As in, aware of some of the limitations of how we look at the world ( – through rational debate). Your show is so great and so many women think so too, but there are some inherent limitations in your discussions when you don't have women's perspectives. This is the fundamental reason women are screamin and shoutin right now, because our voices and perspectives have been largely boxed out of the cultural narrative until recently. It's necessary for a well rounded vision of humanity and reality. Thank you, love you & your work

  16. Who else went and listened to Peace, Love and Understanding from A Perfect Circle? Very strange connection to this video for sure.

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