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129,800 views • July 23, 2022

The Self-Destructive Madness of Our Times—Soviet-Born Satirist Konstantin Kisin | TEASER

“They're not calling you racist because they care about race or racism or eliminating racism. They're calling you racist because it works. … It's a tool to shut people up,” says Konstantin Kisin, a UK-based satirist, political commentator, and co-host of the TRIGGERnometry podcast. Born in Moscow during the Soviet era, Kisin is the author of the new book, “An Immigrant’s Love Letter to the West.” “The problem isn't evil, malicious people running around who want to make things worse. The problem is people who buy into ideology that gives them permission to do terrible things in the name of the greater good.”
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