Joe Rogan’s Insta Post About “The Age of Conflict” Gets Over 600k Likes


An Instagram post by popular podcaster Joe Rogan, host of The Joe Rogan Experience, addressing authoritarian and liberal political theory, has received more than 600,000 likes since it was posted. webpage. In it, Rogan refers to the fourth world age of the Hindus, or Kali Yuma, and urges his followers and others to “raise” themselves “from the madness in the air. gas”.

Rogan is often at the center of controversy due to his often esoteric political philosophy, numerous conflicts over issues of free speech, as well as his personal stance regarding the COVID-19 virus. . His iconography has earned him more than 13 million followers on Instagram but has also led to conflicts with those in the political sphere.

“Kali Yuga” is a reference to the Hindu concept of the four great Yuga, or ages, of the world. Kali Yuga is the fourth and last of these and is associated with great strife, deprivation and contention. Kali Yuga takes its name from the demon (non-goddess) Kali, and Kali Yuga can roughly translate as “Age of Darkness”, “Age of Misery and Misery”, and “Age of Quarrel and Hypocrisy”.

It is not known where Rogan derives the image, but he seems to be implying that, as times get tougher, those on the left side of the political spectrum tend to lean towards more authoritarian ideals in the political spectrum. when the people on the right tend towards the center or the right. forms of liberalism. Although the Hindu idea of ​​Kali Yuga considers this to be a period of spiritual and moral decline, it does not refer to specific political ideologies.

According to Puranic sources, Kali Yuga began on 18 February 3102 BC with the departure of the Avatar, Krishna from the world. Sources also suggest that it will be a while before the end of Kali Yuga. It was not scheduled to do so until 428,899 C.E. Joe Rogan’s Insta Post About “The Age of Conflict” Gets Over 600k Likes


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