Very, very interesting episode of "the verdict", in case you haven't yet watched.
Made me think about Eric Weinstein. Just to prevent any misunderstanding: He sure is a brilliant mind and extremely knowledgable and a decent fellow, as far as I can tell from afar.
Yet I found it somewhat strange when he seemed to be disappointed by Ted Cruz not being prepared for hours of conversation – instead of just a little more than 1 single hour. Of course I don't know what they had told each other beforehand, but still that struck me as a mixture of naïveté and impoliteness, frankly.
That being said, the conversation is on a high level of authenticity and (search for) truthfulness.
But now from decorum to content and strategy.
Eric to me seems to interpret the latest history of US politics and economics in quite a narrow manner, as it were. According to him, globalism came about purely as a way of securing cheap labor, and afterwards, when this made ...