Jordan Peterson Critique – Philosophical Genius?…

Date: June 20, 2021

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“This video answers the question: Can I offer a critique of the work of Jordan Peterson? Dr. Jordan B. Peterson has a Ph.D. is clinical psychology and is quite popular due to his views on politics, theology, philosophy, personality theory, and mental health. I offer my opinions in terms of the positives and negatives of his work and examine some of the more common criticisms of Jordan Peterson.”

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Kipps (1941) Michael Redgrave, Phyllis Calvert FULL UK RELEASE PRINT!…


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Date: June 20, 2021

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“Perfect casting, script & acting make “Kipps”, based on the novel by H.G.Wells, a wonderful and hugely entertaining film. Michael Redgrave, as the lead character (who finds that money cannot buy true happiness) heads a sterling cast of British players, with Phyllis Calvert & Diana Wynyard as the two women in his life. The film was directed by Carol Reed at the Gaumont British studios in England, but was one of the films financed by Twentieth Century Fox through the deal struck when Gaumont British faced a financial crisis in 1938. Child actors Philip Frost & Diana Calderwood portray Kipps and his first love Ann as children, and their sensitive performances for the first 15 minutes of the film draw the viewer in for the story to follow. Philip Frost metamorphizing into Michael Redgrave is believable, except for the fact that Master Frost and Mr Redgrave part their hair on opposite sides! “Kipps” has been transmitted several times on C4, but the last screening was now over 10 years ago, and with no sign of any dvd release, this film is a most worthy candidate for re-appraisal. The story was of course remade as the musical “Half a sixpence” with Tommy Steele, and although this original film was not a musical, there are a few musical interludes along the way. Recently the cut down US release print of the film has been shown on Talking Pictures TV in the UK, but presented here is the longer UK release as shown over 10 years ago on C4.”

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DOJ Officials HORRIFIED At Trump’s Election Conspiracies…

Date: June 18, 2021

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“Leaked emails obtained by CNN show that former top officials at the Department of Justice reacted with horror after being asked to investigate voter fraud conspiracy theories by former president Donald Trump and his allies.

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https://www.rawstory.com/trump-election-fraud-2653380583/

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11 Signs a Child May Become a Psychopath – Psychopathic Risk Factors…


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Date: June 19, 2021

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“This video attempts to answer the question: What are the signs that a child could become a psychopath? or What are the signs that a child has already become a psychopath? I’ve also received this question with the term antisocial personality disorder. In the mental health community, we don’t like to label children as psychopathic. I titled this video 11 signs that a child is at risk for psychopathy because that’s what I’m really talking about here because we’re not going to label children as psychopaths. We are really talking about the risk for future psychopathy.

1. bedwetting
2. arson, fascination with fire, destroying property
3. hurting small animals, practicing on stuffed animals,
4. cheating friends, enemies, and those who are neutral
5. ignoring another child who is crying, failing to recognize distress in faces
6. attacking a teacher, being dominant with authority figure, attacking anyone with a weapon
7. committing a crime alone, fantasizing about a crime
8. desire to see disturbing images or scenes, want to see a person die
9. fearless, not worried about consequences, resuming bad behavior right after punishment
10. bullying, wanting people to fear them
11. cold parenting and negative reactions to disclosure, neglect, highly critical parenting

Hyde, L. W., Waller, R., Trentacosta, C. J., Shaw, D. S., Neiderhiser, J. M., Ganiban, J. M., & … Leve, L. D. (2016). Heritable and nonheritable pathways to early callous-unemotional behaviors. The American Journal Of Psychiatry, 173(9), 903-910. doi:10.1176/appi.ajp.2016.15111381

Waller, R., Dishion, T. J., Shaw, D. S., Gardner, F., Wilson, M. N., & Hyde, L. W. (2016). Does early childhood callous-unemotional behavior uniquely predict behavior problems or callous-unemotional behavior in late childhood?. Developmental Psychology, 52(11), 1805-1819. doi:10.1037/dev0000165

Salekin, R. T. (2017). Research Review: What do we know about psychopathic traits in children? Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 58(11), 1180–1200.”

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