In this episode I have the opportunity to discuss the recently released book “The Victim Cult” with the author Mark Milke. His book takes a deep and unique dive into the victim cult that has gripped the world for centuries. Make no mistake, there are people who are real victims, but we also know people who play the victim and as chronic victim-thinkers they can be toxic. After listening to this episode be sure to pick up a copy of Mark’s book and check out his website at www.victimcult.com/. This is a very interesting and informative podcast. Don’t miss this one. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Cecil Grant, Jr.
Mark Milke, Ph.D., is an author, columnist, public policy analyst and keynote speaker with six books and dozens of studies published internationally in the last two decades. His books, reports and columns touch on everything from cancel culture to the folly of identity politics to why cultural “appropriation” is a good thing—it’s called cultural sharing. He also detail what creates success: treating the individual as an individual in law and policy, education, learning from others, property rights, the rule of law and much else.
The president of a new think tank, Mark is a Canadian who almost ended up an American—his great-great grandfather was from Wisconsin and fought on the side of the Union in the U.S. Civil War—Milke also wrote the political party platform for the new government of Alberta. He is also president of the local Winston Churchill Society. See more at www.victimcult.com.