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Body Language – Jordan Peterson Vs Ben Shapiro

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  • Todd PullaraSeptember 29, 2018 - 5:32 pm

    I love Peterson, and I love Shapiro. They are both pillars of free thought.

    In this specific instance, I believe that Shapiro had a chance to interview someone that he holds in extremely high regard.
    I would be breaking eye contact and acting nervous in the presence of someone that held hero status with me as well.
    Don’t forget…Shapiro is very young, despite his awareness and smarts. That is not to disparage Shapiro…just to put this situation into context.ReplyCancel

  • PondererSeptember 17, 2018 - 9:17 pm

    That’s surprising. Shapiro seemed very confident when he went on Dr. Drew’s show and was actually threatened. I would actually go as far to say that he was genuinely fearless. It’s actually my favorite video of him. Here’s the video. Do you think he still shows a lack of confidence? Or was he more confident than usual in this video?

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    Here’s Dr. Drew’s response (90 second video):

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    Here’s a video where Ben gives commentary on the situation (provides a lot of context):

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  • JassiJoJuly 21, 2018 - 6:48 pm

    I really think that Shapiro is somewhere on the Autist spectrum. Just the way he flicks around. As I see Nathan Stolpman @lifttheviel is also awkward but not lacking self confidence but unusual body language.. Not moving at all as wiggling to much..Shapiro seems to always has this mannerReplyCancel

  • valerie rodriguezJune 15, 2018 - 9:28 pm

    Ben Shapiro is acting like a little boy who just met his heroReplyCancel

  • Eric JohnsonJune 8, 2018 - 7:04 pm

    Oh my gosh. Quickly, firstly, I had no idea you existed, dear Bombard Lady, and I was amidst family (a rare thing) when my nephew put you on TV and told me I needed to watch. There are few times in my life my “body sings” and I knew your talent was, well, a thing that the whole world should be tuning-in to. You know, it is such a lie, this whole, literalized definition of “prophet.” The word itself has been made into an idol (by the literalizers or Pharisees), that teach these are God-Sent people that are to be lifted upon a pedestal as “holy” and that we, the ‘little people’ are to believe this because, by actually believing this, we diminish ourselves, that we are somehow incapable of the holy glory of the “prophet.” A prophet is a clear-seer, and it is earned. It is, in my case, birthed of personal pain that desires understanding and wisdom, and seeks, and finds, and connects the dots. The hard part (for me) is the self-sacrifice of having to put my face “out there,” for deeply personal reasons (I do not want to hurt my family). I only just joined, and have recently been overly occupied with other matters, and see I must jump in, as I also see you care enough to actually consider others’ thoughts.

    Everything you are doing presents, though many will not see it in these terms, the Greatest Battle we all “fight” within ourselves that, if won over by the Good, leads us to a “risen mind” of greater peace, by having finally seen the Bigger Picture. Your work is entirely about the Literal Universe of the Letter of the Law and its most-feared enemy, the Unseen Universe of the Spirit of the Law (or the SUBSTANCE behind or OF the literal thing). In your case, you see the literal wrinkle-in-the-forehead where others do not yet, much more, you pair this with the eye-movements and all other facials “tells.” Of course, I am neither exalting you nor myself here. This, any and all good talents born of passion for the Good and Truth are within all of us, and I see you are a Good Teacher. It is so, so valuable. I wanted to write a few more lines, but repair-people are here and I will melt if the A/C is not fixed. HA! Love, from Reno.ReplyCancel

  • Harrison18111May 21, 2018 - 8:06 am

    Did your outro just explain how the alt-right started?ReplyCancel

  • SonnyMay 18, 2018 - 3:18 am

    In my opinion the most valuable piece of insight comes from Mandy at the very end: “Your local elections are what’s going to be important”.

    Unfortunately the fellow citizens that come to this important realization typically comprise less than 20% of the voting populace. I believe that education, with a emphasis on social responsibility, is the only thing that will change this disappointing reality. Confident or not, both subjects in this video seem to be providing an earnest attempt at meaningfully contributing to this process.

    Keep up the good work…and thanks for sharing !ReplyCancel

  • madvinmrykMay 17, 2018 - 11:07 pm

    This was good. I think I know a little bit more about the two, particularly Shapiro, from that analysis. Is there more body language to see when being interviewed rather than just giving a speech (not reading a script, but talking extemporaneously)?ReplyCancel

  • Gergely MolnarMay 17, 2018 - 7:06 pm

    Amazing video Mandy thank you!
    Once Shapiro was stopped by a security guard and here’s the video.

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    This is as close to something physical in nature as it gets. I don’t see him backing down even though he breaks eye contact here and there but I think in your video Shapiro was just nervous talking to Jordan as anyone familiar with the man would be.

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    • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 7:29 pm

      Hey Gergely.
      That was a good video of Ben, he stood his ground and called the security guard back over to him. Ultimately he backed down without raising his voice and he protested with passive humour. I also think that was the smart move.
      I actually think Mandy is right regarding his ‘nature’. However smart people know when it’s in their self interest to rebel against their own nature. With bullies, you have to stand up to them.. which I guess judging by Ben’s book, he knows this..
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      • PondererSeptember 21, 2018 - 6:30 pm

        — “I actually think Mandy is right regarding his ‘nature’. However smart people know when it’s in their self interest to rebel against their own nature.”

        This is a good point. Just because it is one’s nature to behave a certain way, it does not mean they cannot override said behavior, if only temporarily. And in Ben’s case, it shows true bravery on his part — even more so since he is natrually averse to confrontation.

        Here’s another great video where Ben showcases this bravery very well:

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        And here is Ben’s commentary on that incident:

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        And here is Cenk Uyger’s take on it (if you can stomach it):

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      • Gergely MolnarMay 17, 2018 - 7:39 pm

        Thank you! I think you are right, thanks for pointing this out!ReplyCancel

  • Marita JeffreyMay 17, 2018 - 6:43 pm

    This was INCREDIBLE!! Thank you Mandy!! I am sharing everywhere. What a lesson in listening, looking and observing!!! AMAZING…ReplyCancel

  • VerpMay 17, 2018 - 6:27 pm

    Mandy your confidence in your skills is obviously very high, and justly so. Do you ever catch yourself in mistakes, or jumping to conclusions prematurely? I find it a little difficult to believe that everybody has the exact same body language. Don’t some people react differently?
    I have been watching a lot of your videos lately and they are very informative and often funny at the same time, I like them very much.ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 6:54 pm

      From what I can gather.. the tells are pretty similar for normal minds. Atypical minds have a differing set of tells.ReplyCancel

  • SwedeMay 17, 2018 - 6:24 pm

    Thank You ????ReplyCancel

  • jimmerMay 17, 2018 - 4:32 pm

    The wise owl vs. a nervous sparrow. There’s big money behind Shapiro, misspent.ReplyCancel

    • Alex4972May 28, 2018 - 1:35 pm

      There’s money behind Shapiro because he has a lot to offer in terms of getting a message out and challenging the way people think. He was harshly bullied as a child which makes him skiddish at times. He’s not what you’d call an “alpha male” in many respects. But the remarkable thing about Shapiro is that in spite of all the bullying he suffered as a child, he refuses to fall into the victim hood mentality. In fact he regularly, almost ritualistically, explains the regressive and destructive nature of the victim hood mentality. He is a young man who is still fighting the trauma from being bullied as a child. But he is fighting to overcome what has happened to him in the past, as opposed to caving in to it and allowing himself to be a victim of things others did to him. He understands that what you do moving forward and how you respond to that is what counts. I think he is a remarkable young man who has already had an immense impact (for the better) on the way people think about not just politics but perhaps more importantly, society and culture. He also gets a lot of money behind him due to his ability to relate to and reach a younger demographic. Whenever he talks with people who are older than him, whether it’s Jordan Peterson, Sam Harris, or even Adam Carolla, you can tell he is definitely the kid in the room. But that isn’t because he’s not their intellectual equal, it’s because he IS the kid in the room. Older people find it endearing, and younger people relate to it. He is on the rise and will be a very important voice for decades to come.ReplyCancel

      • jimmerMay 28, 2018 - 3:51 pm

        Everyone has a backstory, but Shapiro’s bottomline or baseline, and why he may have big money behind him, is that he hates Trump. I really don’t care much for him personally, or his squeaky voice, either. Other than that, I bet he’s a great guy. ; )ReplyCancel

        • Alex4972May 29, 2018 - 4:00 pm

          You are right about him having money behind him because of his feelings about Trump. His company (The Daily Wire) is backed by Forward Publishing, which gave $15 million to Ted Cruz’s campaign in 2016. I’m a regular listener of his podcast and Ben is quite happy that Trump is making him eat his words. After the election, Ben’s exact words were “I pray that Donald Trump proves me wrong”. And…Trump has proved Ben wrong about his ability to govern, much to Ben’s delight. I have a feeling that Ben will be behind Trump in 2020. I say this as someone who will vote for Cruz in the midterms because a vote for Ted Cruz is a vote for Donald Trump. Point is, personal differences are being set aside winkReplyCancel

  • MrsmartpantsMay 17, 2018 - 2:51 pm

    Mandy, are you able to see a count of how many views you get on here? I love the website btw! Hope you and Mr. Noname are together again ????ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 3:56 pm

      It’s currently early days so nowhere near youtube levels. Also we don’t currently have a video play counter, but we can see the number of page views.
      https://bombardsbodylanguage.com/stats.jpegReplyCancel

      • MrsmartpantsMay 17, 2018 - 4:26 pm

        Cool, I will be sharing them then! Hope it helps. Are you in the states with Mandy yet?ReplyCancel

        • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 4:32 pm

          Thanks Mrsmartpants. smile
          I’m not in the states yet.. I’m going through ‘the process’ but it may take a while..ReplyCancel

          • CatMay 17, 2018 - 10:07 pm

            There is a border I have heard about that is easy to cross and apparently has a caravan service to get you there. Have you looked into that? ????

          • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 10:16 pm
          • MrsmartpantsMay 17, 2018 - 4:35 pm

            Poor Mandy! God bless and God speed.

          • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 4:36 pm

            Thank you

  • Mark AllenMay 17, 2018 - 2:11 pm

    Love your work, Mandy. As usual, your spot on about Peterson and Shapiro, both men are near the center, from the Left (Peterson) and Right (Shapiro).
    I’ve seen many of Peterson’s videos and recommend them to anyone with a couple of hours to invest in high quality verbal performances, loaded with information and insights. He is definitely a quality over quantity communicator, he is always sorting and editing the information to match his audience, which is why I think he often takes long pauses before speaking.
    I find myself fascinated by the doctor’s hand gestures as he speaks; often elegant gestures that act out the ideas as he is communicating. Too bad his hands were folded during the majority of this conversation, I would love to get your observations on this.ReplyCancel

  • GOMF3602May 17, 2018 - 2:02 pm

    Interesting contrast between the two individuals. I have watched several of Jordan’s videos and in most cases I agree with the point he is trying to make. On the other hand, it takes him forever to get to it. I would not call it “overanalysis” but maybe “hyperanalysis”. Over my career in the mental health field, I have worked with many psychologists and psychiatrists who share the same trait. They usually have trouble working with families who are in crisis because they hyperanalyze and cannot summarize and get to the point, so the families cannot follow them. He appeals to the intellect. Shapiro, on the other hand, seems to be a provocateur who tries to get people to think by challenging belief systems, and pushing the envelope. Jordan would deal with liberal bias on campuses by analyzing and debating about it, whereas Ben would want to expose it by creating a social drama where his mere presence incites an overreaction by leftists, Antifa, and the universities he speaks at. Cat might be right- Ben might be on the spectrum, but if he is, he is at the very high functioning end of it. Both have their place. I know from reading his newsletter, that Ben is a concealed carrier, and is armed where it is allowed. Given the places he speaks at, he should have bodyguards. My guess is that he has been a victim of severe bullying in the past, lack of confidence might come from that. His intelligence and wit probably served him well in the past.ReplyCancel

    • CatMay 17, 2018 - 10:03 pm

      Having done 5 semesters of a psychology degree before understanding that a psychologist can’t tell you what you are doing wrong but needs to lead you down the path of discovery, and then quitting because I could not do that, I can fully understand why Jordan talks the way he does!
      He is lecturing in most of his videos and leading the students down that path of discovery. So many people have said what you said about him and found him long winded in this period of 10 min youtube videos. I sort of agree but I find him very educational as opposed to entertaining which the likes of Milo and Alex Jones fit into.

      As I see it from experience Shapiro is definitely high functioning, his comfort zone is in his information so he can very easily withstand the challenges from the public with quick facts. My son does not percieve bullies as typical people would, he sees them just as annoying and I think that is how Shapiro does as they never phase him or fluster him….. ever….. He has had legitimate threats against him as a conservative and a Jew and from memory he does have bodyguards.

      Your analysis of the two is very good.ReplyCancel

    • MesalifeMay 17, 2018 - 3:32 pm

      Excellent analysis and I concur.
      To Mandy, Thank you for another wonderful video. I’ve had a hard time with logins on this site, but finally got it working!ReplyCancel

      • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 3:39 pm

        😳
        Rumour has it, that was Mr Nonames fault! sadReplyCancel

        • PondererSeptember 21, 2018 - 5:23 pm

          What!? Who would ever start such nasty rumors? winkReplyCancel

        • Marita JeffreyMay 17, 2018 - 6:46 pm

          Hahahahaha!!!!! Mr. Nonames.. what WOULD we do without you??ReplyCancel

    • MandyMay 17, 2018 - 2:08 pm

      well saidReplyCancel

  • MathMomMay 17, 2018 - 12:28 pm

    Not sure that Ben Shapiro would back away. Here he is threatened by Zoey Tur, a transgender who threatened to send him home in an ambulance. Tur was evidently a soldier and is much larger than Shapiro, invades his space and puts his hands on Shapiro’s neck, threatens him in a very personal manner, pulling Shapiro toward him and locking eyes. Zoey broke eye contact first, Shapiro didn’t let it drop. Shaprio is 5′ 9″, Zoey Tur is 6′ 2″. Tur COULD send Shapiro home in an ambulance.

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    I think Shapiro doesn’t often run into people who are actually as smart or smarter than him, so he is bashful around him. They are actually very good friends.ReplyCancel

    • CatMay 17, 2018 - 10:22 pm

      If Shapiro is Atypical his perception of a threat will be different and his ability to stand his ground greater.

      If you see those videos of kids on the spectrum being bullied and beaten you will notice one main consistency and that is they don’t run.

      The body language will show exactly what Mandy described, but the inconsistency that you see is because he does not react the way we expect.ReplyCancel

      • MathMomMay 17, 2018 - 11:16 pm

        Not every young man with a head full of facts and what you perceive as hesitancy within himself is on “the spectrum”. I’m really fed up with people labeling genius guys this way. By this measure every engineer is “on the spectrum”. Steven Crowder said that that nice guy, James Damore, is “on the spectrum”. He’s just shy, and new to being fired for thinking.

        I have a lot of experience with both child geniuses and autistic children. There is NOTHING wrong with Ben Shapiro. He’s just a genius. You don’t realize how different geniuses are until you play with them when they are little. They see things even smart people don’t see, but they still need to be kept in line and taught how to behave. When you fail in that, you raise a kid that might graduate from university at age 17, but will be hated by everyone because they will think other people are stupid, and say it.ReplyCancel

        • CatMay 18, 2018 - 12:16 am

          Btw..
          I did say “if Shapiro is Atypical” not that he “is”.
          I’m just going by what I seeReplyCancel

        • CatMay 18, 2018 - 12:14 am

          Chill. Where did I say that autism is a problem? It is a personality type. In fact for a person to say there is NOTHING wrong with Shapiro whilst insisting he is not on the spectrum is insulting those with that personality type.

          My son gets very angry when people do this to him. He is on the spectrum, like many of the male population.
          Understanding the Atypical body language is very important in my house otherwise I have a hard time knowing what is going on.

          Autism was much better when it was divided into Aspergers and Autism because then there was a divide between the two extremes.
          Last thing I will add on the subject is my kid has an above average IQ, most lecturers in STEM subjects are on the spectrum. Your account probably is too. We had a Prime Minister that definitely is.

          I’m not trying to start an argument. I’m just trying to say what I see. You can say you don’t see that but don’t get angry.

          Oh… and yes most engineers are on the spectrum….ReplyCancel

          • MathMomMay 18, 2018 - 12:44 am

            My son is/was Asperger’s. Fortunately, he’s now fine because they took away that distinction (sarcasm). He spends his time in a Day Habilitation center, even though he has an above-average IQ.

            I know the difference, all too well. Autism isn’t a personality type, it is a disabling condition
            which includes a malfunctioning brain.

            Most engineers aren’t on the spectrum. They just like to build things, and thank God for that.

          • CatMay 18, 2018 - 1:02 am

            You meet 1 person with Asperger’s you have met 1 person with Asperger’s.

            This is such a varied condition hence the word spectrum. It is not always a disabling condition. My son would argue it is a personality type but it is a very personal experience so who knows exactly what it is.
            I can only speak from personal experience such as you do.

          • MathMomMay 18, 2018 - 1:03 am

            True. My best wishes to you and your son.

    • MandyMay 17, 2018 - 12:35 pm

      it keeps looking away in the beginning of the threat…Ben didnt take it as real because of that. not the same situation. an empty threat.ReplyCancel

      • MathMomMay 17, 2018 - 12:49 pm

        That threat would scare the shit out of me.

        I usually follow your line of reasoning, but just can’t see it here. I’ve watched Ben Shapiro for a long time. He always looks like a miniature chihuahua, sort of vibrating all the time. He graduated at 16, talks about being young and small and vulnerable in that situation. He was a syndicated columnist at age 17, and relates this experience to Little Davey Hogg’s sudden sainthood, saying stupid things because he is young, and Shapiro says he said stupid things because of his lack of life experience. I think a person without self confidence doesn’t admit to error like that.

        Shapiro is a little squirt, yet goes into the lion’s dens of leftist universities to speak. At one speech, protesting animals outside barred the exits and activated the fire alarm. He handled the possibility of being locked in and burned to death pretty well. Its on video, no time at the mo to go Binging for it. Client coming in a few

        Thanks for the interaction, Mandy.ReplyCancel

        • MandyMay 17, 2018 - 12:56 pm

          i tried to explain in the video…i did a bad job. Shapiro has confidence in his mind…not his physical prowess. being locked in vs a physical fight…one works the mind like a puzzle to escape…that is his strength….the other relies on brute force. also remember smart people(not just people with a lot of memory) can and a lot of times out think an individual that could do physical harm. Thank you mathmom for the challenge smileReplyCancel

          • MathMomMay 17, 2018 - 11:06 pm

            Thanks for the clarification, Mandy. I understand what you meant now.

            :o)

  • CatMay 17, 2018 - 12:25 pm

    I found this fascinating. Shapiro, I have concluded, is on the spectrum. I say that from my experience with kids/young men on the spectrum. His confidence in what he says backed by a brain full of facts along side that hesitancy within himself is what I noticed and I think you explained.
    I also find it fascinating that Shapiro hates Milo….. I think your explanation of him here explains why.
    As for Jordan…. I think he is one of the most important minds of this time. Important more so if you are a parent to a boy…ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 12:31 pm

      I haven’t watched many of Jordan’s videos but I seen at least a handful.
      From what I’ve seen, I struggle to find anything to disagree with him on.
      I also liked his parenting videos like below..

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  • chipsMay 17, 2018 - 12:21 pm

    Good as ever! I think anyone with any sense would feel somewhat intimidated by sitting in front of Jordan Peterson in public conversation, not because he is unkind or aggressive, but because he sees so much and has the capacity to reveal so much if he chooses. Unfortunately he is also interviewed relentlessly by people without any sense who say silly, repetitive things and waste everybody’s time. I had never heard of him until your first body language study of ‘The Interview’ at which point i began watching a lot of his youtube videos and became fascinated by his views on just about anything, most of which i agree with. I am also fascinated to discover that he suffers from intractable, familial depression and autoimmune disorders and has recently discovered in his and other family members cases this can be controlled by a strict diet consisting of meat. in other words ‘he has been around the block a few times’ himself which i respect. I am a 70-yr old woman, and in nobody’s fantasy world could be called a right-wing type so I find your comments about his place on the political spectrum just about right – er, i mean correct.ReplyCancel

    • MandyMay 17, 2018 - 12:23 pm

      Thank you Chip!ReplyCancel

Body Language – Spike Lee – BlacKkKlansman Press Conference

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  • Nicole PHILLIPSMay 24, 2018 - 4:40 am

    It would have been great to see the man to his left just stand up and walk. Lee has lost his mind. Talk about crazy ranting not knowing hes crazyReplyCancel

  • Mauro CraizerMay 20, 2018 - 11:00 pm

    Hey mr Spike, what about black criminality and hostility, completely out of proportion, a white person is 200 times more likely to be attacked by black person than other way arround, 200 times, on a single white on black aggravated assault, it’s coming 200 attacks black on white. Google any kind of crimes, mob violence, attacks on teachers, bus drivers, attacks on police, whites, latino, asian, gays, puppies, kittens and turtles, blacks go after all.
    The media, entertainment ind. and academia weponized blax against whites on mostly tax payers money for decades. The hoax of black victimization continues, as black crimes are rising, so does deceit and lies abt it.
    Check out @colinflaherty’s minds.com & FB page, “daily randoms” the MSM reports, all coincidences, just teens blowing off some steam.
    The crime is new black entitlement, and don’t you dare report blacks to the police, #DontMakeTheBlackKidsAngry.ReplyCancel

  • Harrison18111May 17, 2018 - 2:35 am

    I really like your additional comments. They are very out-of-the-box and interesting. Keep saying them.ReplyCancel

  • CatMay 16, 2018 - 10:46 pm

    I am so over hollywood elites dictating their hurt emotions and ruining everything. Seriously, you are correct Mandy, the show will be a career ending movie now. It had be a megga mind blowing performance or you will be tainted by this angry man.
    I don’t care that Lee intentionally put himself in that low down position. I see him as a little man now…. in fact as a little man having a dummy spit instead of true outrage.
    Men that I know that are rightly angry at something stand tall, head high, hat off, they try to gain the respect and attention to get you motivated.
    Lee is just on a rant for his hollywood friends. Can you imagine the conversations at the parties they must have? What would have been happy, exciting, and joyful events that left you on a high must now be the most miserable, soul destroying, negative, and spiteful parties leaving you angry and miserable!
    What a miserable, annoying man that does not get the irony of being at Martha’s vineyard and the events he is so concerned about in Charlottesville!ReplyCancel

  • Cindy LouMay 16, 2018 - 10:39 pm

    He’s so hateful and divisive.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy LouMay 16, 2018 - 9:55 pm

    Spike Lee is just breeding hate and throwing gasoline on the fire.ReplyCancel

  • BethJ547May 16, 2018 - 9:25 pm

    FWIW, the actor to Lee’s immediate right is Adam Driver, former Marine and Kylo Ren in the new Star Wars movies. The actor between the moderator and Mr. Driver is Topher Grace, of That 70s Show fame. Sadly, I am surprised by the lack of decorum shown by Spike Lee, and that he was allowed to get away with the profanity in that forum. It actually detracted from any type of “facts” he may think he has. I do hope he is including Irish Americans when he referenced slavery in America.ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 16, 2018 - 9:37 pm

      “I do hope he is including Irish Americans when he referenced slavery in America.”
      Who knows.. but I doubt it.. and even then. It’s not something to be eternally mad about, no one currently alive had anything to do with it. History should be something to learn from, rather than to manipulate and spread endless animosity in the pursuit of profit and/or political power.ReplyCancel

      • BethJ547May 16, 2018 - 11:21 pm

        Agreed. Point being, though, if we’re raising awareness about slavery, let’s be fully aware rather than one-sided. Oh, wait… smileReplyCancel

  • EmeraldarrowheadMay 16, 2018 - 8:51 pm

    Awesome speech, Mr Lee. So… what’s your point?ReplyCancel

  • Jared WignallMay 16, 2018 - 8:22 pm

    Great video. Especially since it was uploaded on my birthday. Seeing you deconstruct Spike Lee like this just makes my day even better. Thank you for this.ReplyCancel

  • GOMF3602May 16, 2018 - 8:16 pm

    First class race-baiter in my opinion. First the drama of his pauses and posture, then the hate-filled swearing tantrum. There was a time when, as Americans, political bashing would stop when we left the country. Not any more. When leftists go overseas now, their America-hating rhetoric seems to intensify as they virtue signal to be accepted by America-hating foreign leftists. Tell you what, Mr. Lee and others of your ilk, If it is so bad in the U.S. why don’t you make it better by getting the hell out? Love it or leave it!ReplyCancel

    • CatMay 16, 2018 - 10:49 pm

      Australia just hosted Hillary Clinton on her what is wrong with America tour…. so I say you are correct!ReplyCancel

  • redneckdavinciMay 16, 2018 - 7:41 pm

    One of the things I love about the internet is that it has spawned so many sites dedicated to dissecting the reality we have been given. I have to laugh sometimes at the outright stupidity of some of the icons I grew up respecting. Spike has turned into that grumpy old man next door who just screams at the kids for stomping on his grass. Oh wait, that’s me.ReplyCancel

  • chrisvirgo26May 16, 2018 - 7:30 pm

    I’m ashamed to say I used to like his movies. He’s absolutely disgustingReplyCancel

  • MKMay 16, 2018 - 7:12 pm

    Would have been awesome, if someone screamed “Pepe” right after he said “Alt-Right” lolReplyCancel

  • mickey rederMay 16, 2018 - 6:37 pm

    Who cares what this tiny idiot has to say? He is the biggest racist around today.ReplyCancel

  • GaryCMay 16, 2018 - 6:16 pm

    The face he can’t or won’t say Trump’s name is a tell in and of itself. No?

    As for the nuclear codes, that is of course a reference to the fact Trump could supposedly initiate nuclear war. Another sign he’s mentally ill in my opinion. He’s grasping at straws, looking for crap.ReplyCancel

    • CatMay 16, 2018 - 10:47 pm

      I see not saying his name as a party trick well practiced at dinner while at Martha’s vineyardReplyCancel

  • TontoGringoMay 16, 2018 - 6:07 pm

    Mandy, why did you disable comments on the YouTube snippet? I was going to comment on it to at least try to get more views going to it, so more people will hopefully be led to your site (here).ReplyCancel

    • MandyMay 16, 2018 - 7:32 pm

      i did it a while ago because haters can post with out consequence but youtube marks a lot of people as spam who would be my supporters. so i have website for comments.ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 16, 2018 - 6:14 pm

      Thanks TontoGringo.
      Apparently Mandy has an issue with Youtube notifying her about every single comment that get’s posted on her account. Even though she disabled notifications.. “youtube decided to send me notifications every time i got a comment. I turned the notifications off. When i first woke up this morning it hadn’t stopped”ReplyCancel

  • MonkeyPunchZMay 16, 2018 - 5:20 pm

    A lot of people don’t realize this but James Fields is probably going to walk. He drove down that street (probably because he thought the street he was traveling on was closed because someone moved a saw horse in the middle of it), saw it was clogged up with protesters, backed up to exit 4th St, was chased off by a mad man with an AR-15, then his car was attacked by a flag pole, then he accelerated. He was trapped between a maniac with a rifle and animals with clubs and bats. I fully expect a level 4 chimpout when he gets aquitted.ReplyCancel

    • MandyMay 16, 2018 - 5:39 pm

      i think they are gonna have to pay a lot more than they did before…soros better triple itReplyCancel

  • jimmerMay 16, 2018 - 4:49 pm

    Fascinating analysis. Spike Lee is not only an American embarrassment, he’s a morally small, damaged man: another vile racist know-it-all. Shut these folks down by rejecting what they sell.ReplyCancel

  • TontoGringoMay 16, 2018 - 4:38 pm

    And I don’t get the accusing Trump of fear mongering, when THAT’S ALL the left wants to do is fear monger. Their subscribers live in fear, because CNN and MSNBC are CONSTANTLY telling them President Trump is “LITERALLY Hitler”, he’s going to nuke everyone, he hates all black people, he wants to break up innocent immigrant mother’s and children (not just illegal immigrants, ALL immigrants), etc, etc, etc…ReplyCancel

    • CatMay 16, 2018 - 10:52 pm

      Can you imagine going to bed every night thinking about Trump with the codes and starting a war? I’m sure they are going to start having heart attacks soon from high blood pressure from all that stress…. or from drugs used to medicate themselves out of self imposed depression.ReplyCancel

      • MandyMay 16, 2018 - 11:07 pm

        please let that happen!!! i dont wish demise on the mentally ill but we dont have hospitals for them anymoreReplyCancel

  • TontoGringoMay 16, 2018 - 4:33 pm

    I always talk about these people with these “liberal eyes” (that’s all I can think to call it). Their eyes are glossed over and squinting, and the person just reminds me of a wild animal that’s been in captivity for so long that the animal is completely numb to everything around them, and it forgets what it’s like to be a free wild animal.

    Watch as Spike Lee’s eyes go from wide open, to the trance like liberal eyes once he goes to what CNN (as soon as he mentions CNN) has programmed into him.ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 16, 2018 - 4:38 pm

      “What CNN has programmed into him.”
      Yes.. CNN has a lot of hatred, division & bigotry to answer for!
      However I’m assuming division is profitable for them.. they should be categorised as a ‘hate group’.ReplyCancel

      • Marita JeffreyMay 17, 2018 - 6:57 pm

        YES!!!!! Mr. Noname … YES!!!ReplyCancel

        • A Mad ChatterMay 17, 2018 - 7:02 pm

          Thanks Marita, probably going to talk (or rant a little) about the media’s destructive influence in the next bombcast that get’s posted here..ReplyCancel

Jeff Sessions on Special Counsel

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  • TomMay 24, 2018 - 2:16 pm

    Sessions is a disaster. He’s already let Clapper’s statute of limitations expire. His lack of disclosure and transparency to Congressional subpoenas is disgusting. There is no trusting this little weasel. All of his stuttering, eye deviation, and tight posture tells me this is measured and habitual. He’s playing a role and I think that overshadows the signals that emerge. Results are the final arbiter and he appears to be ineffectual, over his head, and cowardly. He’s the worst selection Trump has made, by far. Eight years is not enough time to ‘drain the swamp’ and Sessions is costing us even more time. If the swamp isn’t drained, every single thing Trump has done will be reversed immediately when he leaves office.ReplyCancel

  • JeroMay 23, 2018 - 1:25 am

    Also, screw youtube! I mean without YT I would have not found you, but screw em.ReplyCancel

  • JeroMay 23, 2018 - 1:24 am

    Love your content. I promise I will donate soon!ReplyCancel

  • najatmMay 18, 2018 - 7:34 pm

    Mandy, maybe you should hold off on doing reading on this topic. I’m going to sound paranoid but I can’t help to think today’s school shooting could be a distraction from what’s going on in DC. “They” don’t need a heads up. We can find out after the fact. Do you know what I mean…ReplyCancel

  • chrisvirgo26May 16, 2018 - 7:39 pm

    good old jeffy. I have hope for the futureReplyCancel

  • GOMF3602May 16, 2018 - 1:10 pm

    Once again, hope you are right. If you look at the results, many of the deep state co-conspirators have been cleaned out of the FBI or neutralized. On the other hand, the Justice Department itself still has all the bad actors in place. If the traditional media had been the ones to uncover this attempted coup, they would be shouting from the rooftops and the public would realize that this scandal makes Watergate look like shoplifting candy. Instead, since they are co-conspirators in it, they are focusing on Stormy Daniels and her crooked attorney, instead of one of the worst cases of deep state corruption and abuses of power in U.S. history. It is beginning to look like The FBI and Justice first tried to manipulate election results by failing to properly investigate one felonious candidate, then used fake opposition research paid for by one of the candidates and gave it credibility, then tried to cover their tracks by re-opening an investigation when it looked like the results might go the other way. Then when the election was over, they used the same fake information, presented it to a judge as real to set up surveillance to entrap minor players who they hoped would flip and discredit the President, in process crimes. Then, when Comey got fired, more than justifiably, Rosenstein, who recommended he be fired, used his firing as a pretense to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate, first on a narrow scope, then retroactively broadened the scope AFTER the home of Manifort was raided. I hope you are correct and that there is a master plan. I admit I am prejudiced against anyone who has been a Senator, since they are the most qualified people at doing nothing in U.S. history. My guess is that the information is being slow-walked, hoping the House will flip and the attack dogs will be silenced by the new chairman. Sessions has to be able to see that, but perhaps he can’t do anything about it until the right chess moves happen. I hope so. Either way this whole thing has exposed the tip of the iceberg of massive corruption in the Justice Department.ReplyCancel

  • Joe BernatowiczMay 16, 2018 - 1:54 am

    How much time does it take to be able to apply this during normal conversations?? Also what are some practice techniques?ReplyCancel

  • Elena BougheyMay 15, 2018 - 11:54 pm

    I haven’t watched anything from you in a bit. I smiled when I heard ‘if you like it, leave a like’. I need to catch up.ReplyCancel

Body Language – John McAfee – Bitcoin Million Dollar Prediction

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  • Venus PallasJune 5, 2018 - 7:15 pm

    Very helpful, Mandy. This clarified a lot. Your perspective is always appreciated.ReplyCancel

  • Jon DoeJune 3, 2018 - 2:39 pm

    He’s not on meth. He’s definitely on some kind of opiate or opioid. Although he could be on a cocktail of other things too cus he had a glass of alcohol which enhances the high and the cigarettes too. Ain’t nothing like some downers and stoogies But the way he’s been itchig, quiet frequently, tells me he’s either quiet knew in his addiction or is taking stronger opiates like heroin, fetaynol, etc because of growing tolerance. Another way you can tell is the way his pupils are “pinned.” meth users or people that take “uppers” usually have the dilated or big pupils. And there is also some points in the video I forget exactly when but it happens a few times where john is sitting in his chair with his left ankle or foot is resting on his right knee or when he has his right hand resting on his right knee then removes it you see a dark sweat spot. This I believe (not a doctor though)is because opiates increase you’re body temperatureReplyCancel

  • wrstoneMay 14, 2018 - 10:24 pm

    I’m 53 and have been in IT for 40 years, man and boy. I have been following McAfee’s life and career since the early 1990s.

    Something to take into account when reading this:

    McAfee is brain damaged.

    No, seriously, he’s actually brain damaged.

    In 1969, he did a fantastic amount of a drug called MDT. It left him permanently brain damaged, to the point where he’s said that:

    “Part of him believes he’s still on that trip, that everything since has been one giant hallucination and that one day he’ll snap out of it and find himself back on his couch in St. Louis, listening to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.”

    This comes from a great Wired interview that was turned into a book. The book is essentially identical. However, the reporter actually tracked him to where he was at that time hiding from the Bolize police.

    The circumstances of that are worth a read. It’s a profile in a man who caused so much brain damage that he’s now a paranoid-schizophrenic — to the point where he sat in the bushes of his house all night — naked — because he was convinced that the cops had surrounded his property and were going to kill him. He even hallucinated them walking past him: staring at him but saying nothing.

    The article is still on the web in its entirety. I’d encourage anyone to read it. It details in more of a timeline fashion all the insane nonsense I’ve been observing for about 30 years.

    It’s at: https://www.wired.com/2012/12/ff-john-mcafees-last-stand/

    McAfee is brain damaged.

    I assume he’s still doing drugs, hence Mandy suggestion that it was possible.

    But there’s a whole lot of frakked-up dren going on in the man’s mind. Consequently, he cannot see the downside of any venture in which he’s involved until it collapses out from under him.

    I’m entirely at odds with his notions of cryptocurrency will catch on, for technical reasons I’ve gone into on my own YouTube shows. If you’re curious about the contrarian point of view — from an IT expert’s perspective, you might watch it.

    Forgive the poor production values. My show is a work-in-progress at all times, and I look much, much better today. But my arguments still stand.

    You might check it out. Or not. I’m not really trying to push it other than to offer a perspective that I guarantee McAfee has never considered.

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    By the way, the man isn’t a technologist. His businesses are all based on conning less-sophisticated computer users — and that include the antivirus software when he owned it. He hyped a “virus craze” in the early 1990s via all manner of unlikely doomsday scenarios.

    And then he sold them his antivirus software for a fortune.

    Viruses are certainly a problem, and all computer users should have an anti-virus program (regardless of what McAfee says in the interview). However, in McAfee’s case it was always — and remains — a con game.

    You’re looking at a brain-damaged individual whose disorder is such that he’s really, really good a conning people.ReplyCancel

    • A Mad ChatterMay 14, 2018 - 10:59 pm

      Interesting read/watch wrstone!ReplyCancel

  • GOMF3602May 14, 2018 - 1:45 pm

    He definitely had the picking/scratching of a tweaker. You could never get a good look at his teeth, which would have confirmed it, though if he had the severe bone loss and lots of missing teeth, his cheeks would have been more sunken than they already are. On the other hand, a rich tweaker can go to the dentist, unlike most meth addicts. Well done analysis! Though I don’t really understand crypto fully, I know enough and have so little respect for the intelligence of most US legislators, that if there is a threat in it, those fools don’t see it coming. They have ridden the gravy train of spending money they don’t have because the Fed can print it at will and other countries and businesses will accept it. As far as I know there are no backed currencies left. When you think about it none of them have intrinsic value. People talk about Bitcoin like it is both a commodity and an untraceable currency, but almost all commodities have inherent value themselves, so it isn’t. I am suspicious that it is a highly speculative Ponzi scheme, but you have made me curious enough to try and learn more. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • anilr44May 14, 2018 - 1:22 pm

    great analysis Mandy – when did you get your Degree…..heheReplyCancel

  • esmeraldaMay 14, 2018 - 8:51 am

    oh man…one of these ‘genius’ eclectic types that thinks outside the box….oh men are only god enabled…meme BS….oh wow…i’m so impressed!!! his voice quality this guy is pure c***p…enron…ellison…the no socks and the chinese stuff nice set…crypto currencies are supposed to be an answer to the problems with fiat currencies….however u have to buy the bit coin with another currency and spend it on something…if that something is outside machine god currency…you again hit other systems where prices move with outside factors…as do the currencies that u purchase the bit coin with….ReplyCancel

  • ScrubehMay 14, 2018 - 3:20 am

    Dude just looks like a crankhead. love the videos Mandy you call it how it isReplyCancel

  • CatMay 13, 2018 - 9:13 pm

    Oh… so glad you mentioned Meth coz I could not pick it. By the time I get to those patients they are usually on day 4 or 5 of withdrawal! Been around all others but in my youth there was no such thing as Meth!
    I found it very hard to focus on his words when all I could see was drugs, alcohol, and a sidearm…. I mean what could go wrong when you mix extreme drug induced paranoia with extreme wealth!

    My belief system is to automatically not trust a drug addict for a multitude of reasons, number one reason is delusional thinking. There is probably a lot of truth in what he says but my mind says be poor rather than listen to advice from a person that twitches that much.ReplyCancel

    • MandyMay 13, 2018 - 9:24 pm

      😆 Im with you there…but the price and the news of banks and companies getting in on the action….makes me lean towards itReplyCancel

      • CatMay 13, 2018 - 9:47 pm

        It will go somewhere. I am just not sure if it will impact me so much as my kids.ReplyCancel

        • A Mad ChatterMay 14, 2018 - 6:10 am

          I thought Australia’s large cash ban was interesting.. worse will be if banks start charging negative interest rates because they know people ‘have’ to keep cash in the bank..

          http://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/federal-budget/could-scomos-cash-ban-be-just-what-cryptocurrencies-want/news-story/031d44e722cb242b526a127464a5dd4dReplyCancel

          • CatMay 14, 2018 - 7:20 am

            It is very hard for crime gangs to launder their money here. You can’t even do large deposits in cash machines. Tattoo parlours and second hand good stores such as shops are heavily regulated. People in bikie gangs can no longer operate a tattoo parlour any more.

            Crypto will eventually be the way to pay for your illicit drugs and then the government will get into it.

          • A Mad ChatterMay 14, 2018 - 9:49 am

            Authorities are probably going to have a much harder time cracking down on the anonymous
            crypto currencies, since they are untraceable. And when the exchanges are decentralised between thousands/millions of people in countries all over the world. I’m not sure how they can shut those down either. The way I see it, Australian authorities soon have a much bigger headache, because biker gangs no longer ***need*** to operate a tattoo parlour any more.
            It’s hard to say if the authorities have made a mistake, as I think crypto was going to become widespread anyway, but I think they have probably helped speed up the adoption by criminals.

            Making cash payments illegal also seems odd to me. i.e. in the UK I’m used to buying a used car from a private seller in cash.. does this mean you can’t do that in Australia anymore without being a criminal?

            This biggest issue I see with making larger cash payments illegal, is you force people to use bank accounts. People willingly do this today and for the most part, there aren’t any problems.
            However there is a lot of talk about banks being able to charge negative interest rates now. This means you pay them to hold your money, instead of the other way around.
            This law makes it much easier for banks to do this. If this happens I presume ordinary people will look for other places to store their money.. I’m no expert, but I presume this will end up devaluing the currency, which will only speed up the incentive not to store ‘value’ in dollars, euros, etc.. and thus creating more incentive for people to move to gold, stocks, and or course crypto currencies.

            https://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/11/btim-warns-reserve-bank-of-australia-may-adopt-negative-interest-rates-on-weak-inflation.html

          • CatMay 15, 2018 - 11:52 pm

            https://www.conservatives.org.au/the_coalition_s_war_on_cash_is_suspiciously_totalitarian

            This politician is Senator Cure Bernardi, he left the Liberal government in despair of its policies. I have joined this new party in the hope of getting some sensible values back into our country.

          • wrstoneMay 15, 2018 - 12:44 am

            Unfortunately, Bitcoin is trace-able.

            Just to throw my bona fides out so I don’t sound like an idiot, I’ve been in IT 40 years. That affords me a fair amount of perspective.

            Bitcoin is trace-able. It’s how the Feds tracked down Ross Ulbrecht, who ran The Silk road over the Tor network (also supposedly impregnable).

            Neither were what is claimed. Tor can be tracked. Bitcoin transactions can be tracked due to the nature of the blockchain in use.

            This is (yet another) one of the things McAfee doesn’t understand about the tech.

            In 1969, McAfee took an enormous quantity (the whole bag) of a drug called MDT. It caused permanent brain damage, which is evidenced by McAfee’s paranoid-schizophrenia.

            Complete with hallucinations.

            McAfee is a madman, and Bitcoin can be tracked. Just ask Ross Ulbrecht, who is now service a life sentence without possibility of parole.

          • A Mad ChatterMay 15, 2018 - 1:22 am

            But Monero is untraceable..

          • wrstoneMay 15, 2018 - 1:32 am

            That’s what it claims.

            However, given our various spy agencies (the NSA in particular), you have to remember one thing.

            When you have infinite fund and the ability to hire the smartest cookies in the business, NOTHING is untrace-able.

            There are at least 37 project that we know about that are designed to spy on Americans. That means there’s an untold number of projects that we don’t know about and probably never will.

            (Your phone is nothing more than a spying device because of NSA activity.)

            Unlimited funds and bright cookies will eventually find weaknesses.

            There is an axiom in IT, and it’s true:

            “There is no such thing as bug-free software. There’s only software whose bugs we’ve not yet found.”

            I don’t care how secure they thing it is, there are bugs that have yet to be found. An army of NSA IT wonks like myself will find any bugs and exploit them.

            Any time someone tells you that something is non-hack-able, you’re dealing with:

            A) Someone who knows little about IT.
            B) Someone who lacks the experience to know the truth about software bugs.

            Nothing is unbreakable when you have infinite resources. That’s what governments have.

          • CatMay 14, 2018 - 1:44 pm

            100% agree
            I can’t see any good coming from this law. It is not being talked about either so I’m going to have to ask around and see what other friends have heard

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