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Trevor Noah discusses apartheid on Maron’s WTF podcast (live @ JFL Montreal)

Trevor Noah was a guest on a live episode of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast, taped in Montreal during the Just For Laughs festival. In light of Nelson Mandela’s death, I’ve uploaded this without…

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15 Responses to “Trevor Noah discusses apartheid on Maron’s WTF podcast (live @ JFL Montreal)”

  1. On March 12, 2015 at 9:03 am Xpl1k3R890 responded with... #

    AFROJACK

  2. On March 12, 2015 at 8:50 am Black Pelasgian responded with... #

    Great comedian, with non stop laughter.

  3. On March 12, 2015 at 8:17 am Sir Gus responded with... #

    The next big thing out of Africa. Trevor keep doing your thing brother

  4. On March 12, 2015 at 7:49 am Tinrib responded with... #

    Wow, I’ve always been a big fan, but the world needs to know what we have
    been through. And with your comedy, you are doing an amazing job! But come
    back home now, Cape Town misses you!

  5. On March 12, 2015 at 7:12 am nayinayi1 responded with... #

    Just have to watch the movie skin, which is based on a true story of a
    white South African who looked black.

  6. On March 12, 2015 at 6:17 am Icarus Wolf responded with... #

    Genocide of white farmers, murders up by 3000%, 75% of women and children
    facing rape, yes the South Africans are really enjoying the paradise they
    have without those evil whites in charge.

  7. On March 12, 2015 at 6:10 am Lia Novitasari responded with... #

    Omh u make my fuckn tummy hurts .laughs non stop , , I wish u will come to
    Indonesia, n I will be first people’s who watch uuuuuuuuu

  8. On March 12, 2015 at 5:33 am keradab3st responded with... #

    I just became a fan… I love you 

  9. On March 12, 2015 at 5:11 am kuzmanovic2D responded with... #

    ‘very well, master’…lol. Fantastic Trevor, we are proud of you Man.

  10. On March 12, 2015 at 5:08 am Jeoka Gem responded with... #

    Sorry Trevor, but you’re talking KAK! The South Africa you describe
    (illegal to gather, etc.) was wa-ay before your time buddy! What you
    describe was way back in the 60’s “broer”! I bought my first house in 1982
    and I had a black neighbour so I would suggest that you, as a relative
    celebrity, should re-consider your responsibility to telling the truth and
    talk about sh*t that you actually know about; The only thing blacks could
    NOT do, since the late 70’s, was vote. That was because they were
    considered citizens of their OWN homelands (Transkei, Siskei, Zululand,
    Baputhatswana, etc.) – regardless if they were born in SA.
    Fighting for freedom?! Murder is murder buddy, MANY innocents died on both
    sides!
    No hate?! So why are whites being murdered – even after they have handed
    over valuables and possessions, why do people’s homes look like personal
    prisons for security?
    Stick to comedy young man – that’s stuff you are really, really good at;
    leave the political jargon and opinions to others. The old South African
    regime was no party for anyone; for example: as a white I was forced to do
    military service against my will…?

  11. On March 12, 2015 at 4:35 am Jesse Berry responded with... #

    trevor claims to have experienced apartheid but his wasn’t even born????
    He uses it for his material, but its bullshit.

  12. On March 12, 2015 at 4:31 am Jeoka Gem responded with... #

    APARTHEID means SEPARATED. The idea was to give everyone the power to
    govern themselves. Thus tribes (that hated and killed each other
    anyway!) had their own homeland and governed themselves: their own king,
    minister etc.
    South Africa has never had slaves, EVER! There were servants who had the
    choice to leave any time they wanted to! The only thing that wasn’t allowed
    was to vote. The reason for that is explained elsewhere in these comments.
    FAMILIES WERE NOT SPLINTERED! THAT’S RIDICULOUS!
    The slums were created by the people who lived there; just like the hoods
    in America – simple economics.

  13. On March 12, 2015 at 3:40 am Ossie Regan responded with... #

    Wow very interesting to learn about apartheid from someone who actually
    experienced it. Trevor is very funny, I saw his Netflix video. 

  14. On March 12, 2015 at 3:17 am Povel Vieregg responded with... #

    I surprised that Reagan hasn’t been called on supporting Aparteid more. You
    would think that would be a rather shamefull thing to have on your record.
    Reagan was a funny and charming guy, but should not mistake that for being
    a good person. I hated how when I criticised Bush to conservative
    American’s and they’d say “but he is a good person”. I think your actions
    are what determines how good you are not, how charming your jokes are.

  15. On March 12, 2015 at 3:06 am thehoneyeffect responded with... #

    This is good, White people need to hear the truth…. and Americans need
    abit of education about the rest of the world outside their little bubble.

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