'Straight white men won't be allowed to talk' Joe Rogan shocks as he slams 'woke' world

podcast May 18, 2021

JOE ROGAN warned listeners that woke culture will lead to "straight white men" not being "allowed to talk" in a bold claim on his podcast.

American comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan issued a warning about woke culture on his 'Joe Rogan Experience podcast on Monday. In a fiery prediction of the future of woke culture, while speaking to fellow comedian Joe List, Mr Rogan claimed “it will eventually get to straight white men are not allowed to talk.” He explained how there "are people that are taking advantage of this weirdness in our culture" and that human beings should just be "nice to each other". His fiery claims are the latest example of Mr Rogan voicing his strong opinions to listeners.

Mr Rogan claimed: “You can never be woke enough, that is the problem, it keeps going.

“It keeps going further and further and further down the line and if you get to the point where you capitulate where you agree to all these demands.

“It will eventually get to ‘straight white men are not allowed to talk’.”

And in a fiery statement, the UFC commentator said: “Because it is your privilege to express yourself when other people of colour have been silenced throughout history."

Joe Rogan
Rogan hit out at 'woke' culture (Image: Joe Rogan Experience)
Joe List
Rogan was joined by comedian Joe List (Image: Joe Rogan Experience)

The comedian continued by saying: “It will be ‘you’re not allowed to go outside" because so many people were being imprisoned for so many years.

“I’m not joking! It really will get there.

"It is that crazy.”

The podcast host added: “We have just got to be nice to each other man!

Rogan and Conor McGregor
Joe Rogan interviewing UFC fighter Conor McGregor (Image: Getty Images)

Mr Rogan went on to explain why 'woke culture' has emerged in the USA and what is driving the attitudes and people behind it.

He said: "There are a lot of people that are taking advantage of this weirdness in our culture.

"And then that becomes their ‘thing’.

“Their thing is calling people out for their privilege, calling people out for their position."

By Tom Hussey



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