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I have come to appreciate Nadia Michel's interviewing style, which I would describe as borderline confrontational... in a good way! That's specifically why Gad Saad's episode was a disappointment, because he completely "honey-badgered" her (to use his own half-baked terms) in promoting his book and views without any pushback. I know that this podcast is not a debate, but I doubt that it is meant to be a platform for people to voice their (potentially harmful) opinions without questioning or scrutiny. It must have been tricky to host Saad; but I guess the power not to publish an episode where the host is cornered into an endlessly approving position remains in their hands. Good luck with future guests! I can't wait for the next episode to come out.
Dec 08th

Why You Can't Redefine Beauty, According to Gad Saad

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Gad Saad is a a Lebanese-Canadian evolutionary psychologist and professor at Concordia University. He talks about his new book 'The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense'. He speaks out against post-modernism, radical feminism, identity politics and how tribalism is standing in the way of peace in the Middle East. He also explains why he would have voted for Donald Trump.


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