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Shadi Hamid
Senior fellow ; Contributing writer ; Editor ; Author of ISLAMIC EXCEPTIONALISM and TEMPTATIONS OF POWER:
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Ben Woodfinden 11h
This is actually a very interesting observation about liberal hegemony and the utter lack of opposition to it in Canada (not that Peterson is a post-liberal or anti-liberal, Peterson is still very much a liberal of some sort imo)
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Shadi Hamid 10h
Well, that escalated quickly
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David de Bruijn 22h
Replying to @shadihamid
I’ve long said that it’s the chain of approval that should have been completely redone, all in parallel etc, much shorter run times. What side effect is worse than 250000 deaths?
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Shadi Hamid 22h
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Wisdom of Crowds Nov 22
Damir has a run-in with the law. Shadi despairs of Republican rejectionism and the future of American democracy. How do we not end up at a dead-end?
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Wisdom of Crowds Nov 22
New episode is up! is in Croatia, avoiding an unleashed COVID pandemic. is on the verge of concluding that the Republican party is beyond repair. Through technical glitches galore, they manage to avoid dead ends...
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Shadi Hamid Nov 28
Replying to @samuelmoyn
"unsuccessful remarks" is an interesting way of putting it
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Shadi Hamid Nov 28
The first minute and a half from , performed alongside her father David Gilmour, is absolutely gorgeous. I have no idea what it is, but it sounds like a dream:
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Bruno Maçães Nov 28
Wokeness is virtual, not radical politics. The woke left has more or less deliberately abandoned every project of social transformation. Instead, it creates a public performance, a reality show of social progress and asks us to play our role.
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Sam Haselby Nov 28
Replying to @MazMHussain
yes voters in Wisconsin and Georgia moved by the Reichstag fire analogies stood up and said "Nein!"
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Shadi Hamid Nov 28
Replying to @RotiAndRye
A Little Life
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Shadi Hamid Nov 28
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Wisdom of Crowds Nov 22
Glitches aside, a solid episode.
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Shadi Hamid Nov 27
Replying to @SohrabAhmari
When do you go to sleep?
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Jeffrey Sachs Nov 27
Look at this tripe. Asked to choose between liberalism and anti-wokeness, these folks will pick anti-wokeness any day of the week.
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Noam Blum Nov 26
That settles it then.
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Shadi Hamid Nov 26
Replying to @DamonLinker
Can't someone give him a job so he can stop?
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Ari M Gordon Nov 25
I’m with I don’t want a 🇺🇸 “where every 4 or 8 years, one party wrests control of the presidency, rules with utter disregard for those who didn't vote for it, while the other contents itself with acting as if the presidency is illegitimate”
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Abdullah T. Antepli Nov 25
Indeed. Great pick! Congratulations
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Christine Emba Nov 24
Replying to @kottke
Pair with this quick as chaser: "in game theory (I know, I know), when you’re dealing with an iterated prisoner’s dilemma situation one of the the best strategies is called 'generous tit-for-tat.'"
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