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Maajid Nawaz launches this in-depth discussion with a rebuttal to Jordan Peterson’s prior interview with PM Benjamin Netanyahu. From here they discuss the affinities and gaps between Islam, Judaism, and Christianity, and explore the origin of ideology, as well as the technocratic tower of babel we as a species seem to be constructing.
Maajid Nawaz is a British anti-extremist, political commentator, activist, and podcast host. He was recently “released” from his LBC radio show for his views on the covid 19 pandemic, and has roots as one of the original named members of the supposed Intellectual Dark Web, along with characters such as Douglas Murray, Ben Shapiro, and Jordan Peterson.
(0:00) Coming up
(3:31) Kathy Newman, Helen Lewis
(5:11) The Abraham Accords
(13:00) Peace in the Middle East
(14:00) The use of Judea-Christian values for othering
(15:40) Nawaz’s thoughts on the Netanyahu interview
(17:42) Genesis, complication, and the lack of agreement
(20:23) Deep affinities, wide gaps
(23:00) Jordan’s thoughts on the existence of Israel
(27:50) Living the conflict, changing the language
(35:00) Bringing about the conditions for control
(36:28) Eisenhower, vested interests
(48:35) The machine of othering, a subject/object worldview
(50:25) The serpent in the garden
(56:14) Furthering agendas beyond what’s visible
(58:40) With the advent of writing
(1:07:13) Mutation and error correction
(1:09:10) Is there such a thing as sacred?
(1:12:00) Our past is ahead of us, and our future is behind us
(1:16:02) When everything is for sale…
(1:21:01) God as a circle
(1:24:15) Life more abundant, human flourishing
(1:26:50) Appropriating the divine
(1:27:58) The new Tower of Babel and the mistake in replacing God
(1:30:00) Technocratic tyranny, connecting to the source