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Jonathan Haidt 5h
Here's my conversation with the always interesting Brendan O'Neill, on his new podcast, going into the mental health and identity issues raised in .
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Does free speech mean the freedom to hate? Can censorship really tackle prejudice? Brendan O'Neill, Nadine Strossen and will discuss at our next spiked event -- on January 29, 2019 in NYC. Get your FREE tickets now:
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Remainers talk of a ‘rising tide of hate’ post-Brexit, but simply being pro-Brexit can add to the hate crime statistics. A man telling library staff he was campaigning for Leave was recorded by police as a hate incident, writes
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Support The Brendan O’Neill Show on Patreon and earn exciting, exclusive rewards, including early-access to the show, bonus material and signed copies of Brendan’s books. Become a patron today:
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Dog poo, rap lyrics, beeping a horn and campaigning for Brexit -- all have been recorded as ‘hate incidents’ by police. All the talk of Britain in the grip of ‘hate’ needs to be taken with a serious dose of scepticism, says
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Macron is feted internationally as the saviour of Western liberalism. But numerous gaffes and his aloof, technocratic politics have seen his approval ratings slump to record lows. Now mass protests have erupted against his rule, writes .
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“Students who campaign against ‘traumatic’ speech always claim to be standing up for marginalised groups. This is their cover, their moral licence, to punch their opponents in the face.” on The Brendan O'Neill Show. Listen here:
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fletch 12h
Really interesting conversation between ⁦⁩ & ⁦⁩ Brendan O’Neil, well worth an hour of your time
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Students today assume the worst about their political opponents and languish in vulnerability. As The Coddling of the American Mind, by and , makes clear, these widespread cognitive distortions endanger , says
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“So many minorities are turned off by identity politics. They hate being told by the left, ‘Oh you’re Asian, you must think X’. Mostly their first reaction is ‘screw you!’.” on The Brendan O’Neill Show
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“Gammon is a nasty classist insult. It is used by bourgeois Corbynistas to dehumanise the lower middle classes and the working classes done good who like Brexit and don’t like political correctness. It exposes the new left’s visceral snobbery.” Brendan O’Neill on
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“Trigger warnings and safe spaces are bad for everyone - especially the vulnerable people they claim to protect. People who have suffered traumatic experiences must expose themselves to the real world.” on The Brendan O'Neill Show. Listen here:
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Fraser Myers 15h
Centrists pine for a British but he is hated in France — and for good reason. He is dismissive of the public and their concerns. My latest for
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We live under a political class that speaks in the language of ‘inclusion’, which considers prejudice to be the great sin of our age. But when it comes to Leave voters, you can call them thick, ignorant, racist or fat and be applauded, says Brendan O’Neill
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Emmanuel Macron is celebrated internationally as an alternative to populism and a potential saviour of liberalism. But in reality, the president is gaffe-prone, ineffective and dismissive of the concerns of French citizens, says
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Under May’s , laws will continue to be made in Brussels, with British legislators reduced to administrators and citizens stripped of their democratic right to decide. This is not what 17.4million people voted for, says
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An unholy alliance of intolerant students and paternalistic administrators is wrecking on campus. The Coddling of the American Mind, by and , is essential for anyone trying to work out what is going on, says
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Toxic masculinity is held responsible not just for the rape and sexual assault of women, but also anxiety, depression and even suicide in men. It suggests that men are fundamentally both damaged and damaging, writes
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Campus wars, fragile youths, the Intellectual Dark Web and more. , co-author of The Coddling of the American Mind, joins Brendan O’Neill for the third episode of The Brendan O’Neill Show
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In 2018, ‘toxic’ became the chattering classes’ go-to word. Politics, relationships, masculinity -- everything became toxic. This is more than a tic: it speaks to a growing fear of one another, writes
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