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Unsafety nets: The deceptive nature of safety net culture | HBR Talk 178

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This week, HBR Talk will examine the balance between the human need for safety and security, and the human need for constructive risk-taking for the welfare and advancement of both the individual, and the greater community. We’ll look at the difference between feeling safe and being safe, and how individuals who become dependent on feeling safe can actually abuse and endanger themselves and...

The dystopian quandry | HBR Talk 170

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This week HBR Talk will discuss the pattern of thought and behavior that precede deadly state violence, including genocides and politicides, in comparison to the current impact of social justice victim ideologies in first world nations. You can tune in Thursday at 7:30PM Eastern, or find other viewing and listening options for that time or later, on honeybadgerbrigade.com.…

Discussing radicalized youth with Naama Kates and Natti Kaddyifa | HBR Talk 136

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This week HBR Talk features investigative journalist Naama Kates, host of The Incel Project, and British Badger Belle Natty Kadifa, discussing the issue of young people (especially boys & young men) getting recruited to groups like these and used, essentially, as soldiers… and how these and other factors may contribute to that phenomenon.…

Breaking the Narrative Episode 119: Free College as The Democrat Platform? Conveniently Insufficient!

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Recently we’ve had the announcements by both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden for candidacy for the 2020 Election on the Democratic ticket. While I believe that Biden is gonna fall short despite his pleas to the politics of the far left, due to his misunderstanding of them, I am of the mind that the platform piece that is going to more openly determine who ends up on top of the pecking order is...

Privilege and Prejudice: Social Justice in an age of Shame Immunization.

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By Robert Crayle I recently read an article by a blogger named Loki the Scottish Rapper called “PRIVILEGE AND PREJUDICE: SOCIAL JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF MALE CONFUSION.” I thought I would pick out a few snippets from this blog. Quotes from the article are in speech marks: “If we don’t initiate our young men into the tribe they will come back and burn the village down – or so the...

Gay Men Are Not Oppressed? Really?

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Britain’s National Union of Students recently claimed that LGBT student societies affiliated with the NUS should not have specific gay male representatives on the grounds that gay males are not oppressed within LGBT culture (). Many people took this article and misinterpeted it as a claim that gay men are not oppressed at all, but this article is still telling of a great shift within the...

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