Episode 1: Refugees in Canada and Lesbian Right Wing Leaders in Germany
Welcome to the first of our weekly podcasts where we discuss interesting articles, new Reformer content, and answer readers questions.
Finally, we answer two reader questions
Should we learn to be blind on differences (racial, religious, gender, political) ie standardizing humanity, or should we learn to embrace differences and accept that no two people are alike, ie mass customization? (39:43)
In the long term what positives can come from a Trump presidency? (46:26)
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Episode 2: An Awkward Dinner and Some Marxism
Welcome to the second episode of our weekly podcasts where we discuss interesting articles, new Reformer content, and answer readers' questions. This week we picked out an article about an awkward Brexit conversation over dinner and the resurgence of the term "Late Capitalism". Article 1: http://nyti.ms/2pAHC2n (01:28) Article 2: http://theatln.tc/2plDual (15:03) We also discuss a new Reformer articles on how ideology undermines recognition of humanitarian work. Expropriating the East: http://bit.ly/2pACNGf (26:30) Finally, we answer a reader's question: Why does the “west” feel a need to impose its values/thinking on Middle Eastern countries? (39:58) We hope you enjoy the listen and make sure to follow us on our channels and sign up to our newsletter. https://www.facebook.com/Refrmr/ https://twitter.com/refrmr http://instagram.com/refrmr/ Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/cwk6tz Remember, Reformer runs on your donations so why not become a patron and help keep us producing thought provoking content. http://patreon.com/reformer Other mentioned articles: The Disastrous Brexit Dinner: http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/theresa-may-jean-claude-juncker-and-the-disastrous-brexit-dinner-14998803.html?GEPC=s6 Oh, Snap: http://huff.to/2q4vppp \
Episode 3: Iran and MDMA
Welcome to the Third episode of our weekly podcasts where we discuss interesting articles, new Reformer content, and answer readers' questions.
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