Who is Konstantin Kisin?
Konstantin Kisin is multi-award winning comedian, podcaster, writer and social commentator.
He made international headlines in 2018 by refusing to sign a “behavioural agreement form” for a London university gig which prohibited jokes about religion, transphobia, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism as well as seven other ‘isms’ and insisted that all humour must be “respectful and kind”.
A proud Russian-Brit, he is the current Jewish Comedian of the Year and has played at some of the UK’s biggest comedy clubs, most recently performing his fantastic debut show ‘Orwell That Ends Well’ at the Edinburgh Fringe.
He’s also the creator and co-host of ‘TRIGGERnometry’ an online video interview show creating honest conversations with fascinating people. To date they’ve produced over 60 interviews with economists, political experts, journalists and social media personalities with a diverse array of social and political attitudes.
Described as ‘an objective voice from the centre of the political spectrum’ he’s appeared on the likes of BBC Breakfast, Good Morning Britain and Tucker Carlson Tonight; he’s a regular contributor to BBC, ITV, BBC Radio 5 Live and LoveSport, and he’s written for publications including The Telegraph, The Spectator, Quillette, Daily Mail and Spiked.
He’s also a regular host at Kilkenomics, the best economics and comedy festival in the world.
03.30 Konstantin’s early life
06.30 How Konstantin determines mastery
07.30 Why did Konstantin decide to pursue comedy?
10.50 Becoming international headlines
15.00 How was Konstantin perceived on the back of this?
18.00 Political correctness and not being to say what you think
21.20 Why are certain topics so emotionally charged?
26.10 How can people cultivate a more nuanced perspective?
28.30 Feminism the real world meaning
31.30 Challenging ones own beliefs
37.50 What does being a Centrist mean today
40.20 How did TRIGGERnometry come about?
45.50 The function of the mainstream media
50.30 Konstantin’s favourite TRIGGERnometry episode
51.20 His vision for the brand
53.00 Being offensive vs free speech
54.30 Political correctness is fascism pretending to be manners
55.30 Political correctness is a manifestation of low self-esteem
58.10 Should anything be illegal to say?
1.02.30 People leveraging the mainstream media for personal gain
1.05.10 Konstantin on his purpose
1.07.20 What is the truth?
1.08.50 Konstantin on his legacy
1.12.00 How does Konstantin define success?
1.12.50 Quality of content vs subscribers/viewers
1.14.50 Best piece of advice
1.16.10 What failures are Konstantin planning for?
1.19.00 Speaking to 20 year old self
1.21.20 Becoming more open minded
1.24.00 Changing the world
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