Today, 12:43 AM
When did Stefan ever claim he was never wrong and has never changed his mind? In fact he has said the opposite.. he changes his mind when he runs into reason and evidence to the contrary. For example, long, long ago before the podcast he supported multi-culturalism. He is ok with multi-culturism now to the extent that it is voluntary, he says that cultures can potentially assimilate, slowly, over time, potentially in a healthy way, but that multi-culturalism should not be something to promote because it usually ends up badly. He has also changed his mind on race and IQ. If he did ever argue that immigrants don't come here because of welfare or that a wall is a bad idea, then in a sense perhaps he has changed his mind on those - although I will have to take some time later to watch that video because I have a hard time believing that he really made the argument that immigrants don't come here for welfare but it is certainly possible.
Why people make stupid youtube videos that show he changed his mind on something and claim he is contradictory when he has changed his mind based on reason and evidence is kinda ridiculous.
He has said some really great things about Ron Paul - I am not totally happy with his treatment of Ron Paul at times, and I don't intend on supporting Trump - but in general he is a great source of philosophy discussions and research based podcasts and he does do a good job of supporting his views with reason.
I mean, a wall does help curb immigration, but it isn't the end all solution. So that means you can make a valid argument in both directions, which he has.