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Brendan O'Neill Interview | BLM, 'unquestioning conformism', and the moral cowardice of groupthink

Brendan O'Neill Interview | BLM, 'unquestioning conformism', and the moral cowardice of groupthink

Update: 2020-10-041
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This week's guest is Brendan O'Neill. Brendan is the editor of Spiked, and host of the Brendan O'Neill show. He is also one of the best known and most astute political commentators in the country.

We discuss the 'unquestioning conformism' around BLM, the divisive nature of identity politics, and the 'abject moral cowardice' that Brendan feels characterises so much of contemporary 'liberal' and progressive groupthink. We also cover the US election, Donald Trump, the need to counter radicalism, and the changing nature of the political left.

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Brendan O'Neill Interview | BLM, 'unquestioning conformism', and the moral cowardice of groupthink

Brendan O'Neill Interview | BLM, 'unquestioning conformism', and the moral cowardice of groupthink

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