Here is episode #25 of the Bold and Determined Podcast.
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In the last episode we discussed: NYC is a dump, the laws of nature, clear headed thinking, selfishness and survival, rice, 100 set workouts, rapid muscle growth, and overcoming slave emotions.
In this episode we discuss: Cheating on the carnivore diet, the best supplement for joint pain, arthritis, and lower back pain, the 600 rep pushup routine, marriage and children, equality of men and women, the perfect country, David Icke, 2nd passports, mass shootings, and the robot apocalypse.
Victor, although I haven’t been able to fully cut out carbs and go 100% carnivore yet but I have been doing low carb for the past few weeks. Interestingly enough I went to Chipotle today to experiment with my first high carb meal in over a month . I had a chicken burrito but had the guy load up on rice, beans, and vegetables. (Not to mention the tortilla) The brain fog, sloth, stomach cramps and pain began shortly after and my stomach is still cramped now 5 hours later.. This is unheard of when I eat my bacon/eggs, steak, etc. Just wanted to share that with you guys.
Tyler asks… (3:57)
Hey Uncle Vic, I’m 22 years old with a torn disc in the middle of my back. Chiropractic care, injections, and physical therapy all help with the pain but do not actually heal me. I recall you having back issues when you did the full color godcast and only being able to drive SUV’s the pain was so bad. How did you end up healing your back and do you have any back issues that still come and go?
Peitan says… (18:02)
Vic, another observation. Meat introduction is useful for energy levels overall. However, I notice something weird when travelling abroad to south east asia and my own country.
I visited an organic farm in Japan where everything is grown naturally, and a master chef mentioned that in ancient times, veggies would be properly prepared by marinating and searing in sesame paste then soy sauce. They also only grew heirloom veggies, eg seeds unaltered for over 6 generations.
I ate those veggies. Not only delicious, but I felt such clear energy, even more than meat. The same radish, cucumber, tomato from America would leave me feeling like shit. The powers that be have stolen heirloom vegetable seeds and the “tomato” in walmart is not a tomato, its a sugar bomb that will kill you.
Meeko asks… (20:08)
Hello Victor, Would an all-cheese diet be a legitimate interpretation of the carnivore diet?
Richard X asks… (21:27)
The carnivore diet is a breakthrough, but it is hard for me to get healthy red meat in my current environment. I agree with the theory that our ancestors were on this type of diet, but as recently as the 20th century there were groups of people such as the Eskimo who only ate fish. Would you consider doing a fish only challenge to see how it stacks up to your current diet?
Marcus the wolf asks… (23:52)
Victor, I just did the 600 push-up workout and HOT DAMN, felt like I could do 1,000 of them. That is one of the best damn pumps I’ve ever had. I felt the pump through my entire upper body. I’m going to do push-ups everyday in February and document my results. My question is have you ever had flexibility issues with your wrists and how did you address it?
Zacheriah asks… (25:08)
What are your thoughts on megadosing RED-PCT AND RED BEAST together without RED GROWTH for now? The effect will never be as good, but it’s the best I can do at the moment. You said PCT can do more harm than good if the estrogen gets too low, how many tablets would that take?
Bob asks… (25:28)
I know you said you wouldn’t have children with an Asian women and I agree. But you also said you wouldn’t date a western women. Then please explain how you intend to have children with a woman?
ModernLifeAdvice asks… (25:48)
What are your thoughts on the idea that guys should strive to be with a woman of an equal education level and social status to them? Do you think women should be learned and be able to discuss stuff like politics, philosophy, the meaning of life? I’ve been with a poor Asian woman before who had barely any school education, and she was the most feminine women I’ve met. She loved to cook for me, she never moaned or complained about anything, and she had a fun sense of humor. She was also incredibly practical and street-smart. But the conversation rarely went deep with her.
Mark asks… (29:27)
One of the things I question is your stance on Western women being not worth the effort. I agree they are 99.9% fucked up but I think a strong hand can straighten them out. It takes much more effort and discipline to house break a western women but it is possible. I am married to one that I first met in college. It took me nearly 10 years of conflict to get her ready for marriage/to raise my children and unconditionally support me, but it was worth it, I feel like I take pride in knowing I am preserving something that is dying in western society. My wife’s shares in this pride. We now have three beautiful healthy children with European genetics. It was significant RE-education process to get her to the point where I was comfortable enough for kids, she cried frequently for nearly ten years. On occasion when she acts out of line, usually due to poor peer influence, I just point out the stupidity and guide her back. Knowing who you are, what you want, and not relinquishing your position as a dominant partner is paramount in this process. I don’t think you should discourage other men from developing western women into functional partners, I realize it’s very challenging but it is possible needs to be done. I believe given time I could re-educate the about 10% of western women I come in contact with, I think it is worthy use of a man’s time, particularly with the attractive or intelligent ones. I seriously consider taking multiple wife’s and going through the same process again, I would do it in an instance, if I did not think it would stigmatize my children. The genes are worth preserving.
JJ asks… (35:07)
Have you come across any countries that are the opposite of America in terms of values? If America is committing suicide culturally, then which countries do you think are healthy?
There is no perfect country. America was great because it had the attitude of self-sufficiency. Now it has the attitude of bureaucracy and excessive taxation and regulation.
Harveesh asks… (37:59)
Victor I ate a restaurant and left a 15% tip instead of a 20% tip. Upon exiting, the waitress looked at me scornfully. What should I do?
James asks… (38:12)
In the quest to achieve one’s goals and success, how important is it to have “accountability partners”? Where can one find such people to help hold them accountable, especially when surrounded by masses of average people.
Bill asks… (39:31)
Meat is Food, Plants are Medicine. What are your views on this philosophy?
Plants are seasoning and medical treatment. Any food has to be able to be eaten alone to be considered a food.
Nathan asks… (41:50)
Hey Vic, What is your take on David Icke? He seems to speak a lot of truth in terms of the malevolent agenda the elites have for our people, but I don’t know if I can buy his idea that the ruling elite are literally ‘reptilians’ from another dimension.
Darnay asks… (43:42)
Victor, what is your take on all the mass shootings that have happened in America during the last twenty years or so? Are these due to anti-depressant use (as they have claimed with James Holmes and others) or an insane culture, or are they maybe even deliberately-orchestrated events designed to create a justification for gun control?
Jack asks… (45:29)
Would you say that Nietzsche is the pre-B&D philosopher who best exemplifies the Victor Pride ethos?
Jerseyman asks… (46:06)
What are your thoughts on Jesus the man? Did he get it? Is he a role model for people today to follow?
Mathew asks… (46:28)
Is suffering addictive?
Adriano asks… (47:50)
What are your thoughts on the future worldwide imposition of the microchip (the so-called “Sign” of the Beast of the Book of Revelation aka Apocalypsis) in humans and the forced total replacement of cash by digital/credit card money? I’m aware this is already a reality in Sweden as well as in some parts of Denmark and Lithuania.
R.H. asks… (48:52)
Will the future generations prefer having sex with robots to having sex with humans? What will the world be when sex robots can be mass-produced and become as popular as today’s Internet porns? Can we avoid all these to happen? What are your thoughts on AI takeover?
(50:27) Hey Vic, I would love to hear your opinion on second citizenship. Seems like things in our country are just getting too crazy for me these days. Do you think American's should get a second passport and is it even possible for American's to get one anymore?
(51:28) So it is suicide for guys to choose not to have children?
Benjamin asks… (52:52)
Uncle Vic, How does one best respond to being disrespected? Would you personally consider using violence?
Until next time.