Videos

23/07/2021

This is the fifth of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”, featuring New Discourses founder, U. S. Author, mathematician, and political commentator Dr James Lindsay. He is joined in the conversation by British-American writer Charles C. W. Cooke, senior writer for National Review, author and essayist Rod Dreher and French reporter Erik Tegnér.

22/07/2021

This is the sixth of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”,  featuring the prolific writer Douglas Murray, British journalist, author, and commentator, whose latest book, “ The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity”,  provides a ‘roadmap’ through the current cultural travails.

21/07/2021

This is the seventh of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”,  featuring Professor Frank Furedi, British academic, author, and commentator, who will look at the speed with which the corporate world has internalized the customs/practices/language of the university- and what can be done about it.  His latest book is titled,  Democracy Under Siege: Don't Let Them Lock It Down! He is joined in the conversation by  Polish academic and author Professor Ryszard Legutko and British journalist and author and president of Danube Institute, John O’Sullivan, CBE.

20/07/2021

This is the eighth of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”, featuring Eric Zemmour, French essayist, political journalist, and commentator. His remarks will be commented on by French reporter Erik Tegnér and Rod Dreher, American author of “Live Not by Lies”, an international bestseller.

19/07/2021

This is the ninth and final episode of a multi-part series entitled “Cancelling Cancel Culture”,  featuring The Rubin Report host, Dave Rubin. Dave Rubin is an author, comedian, and TV personality best known for his political commentary. He is the host of The Rubin Report, a top-ranking talk show recognized as one of the most influential spaces for candid conversations about complex issues and current events. Dave is known for his iconoclastic and honest approach to big ideas and his unwavering support for free speech.