November 05, 2016

Prof. Jordan Peterson: “Bloody neo-Marxists have invaded the campuses and the rest of the culture”

Gavin McInnesArchive

I had a long talk with Professor Jordan B. Peterson on my show, and wanted people to see the whole thing. Peterson is under attack for refusing to use those trendy, ever-changing gender pronouns that social justice warriors are pushing on us.

We discussed how often "hate crimes" on campus turn out to be hoaxes; that some feminists are starting to push back against the "gender benders;" and his prediction that "social justice warriors will go after the evolutionary psychologists and biologists next."

PLUS: Has the Ontario Human Rights Commission made fashion criticism illegal?

And why he likes to "terrify" his students.

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commented 2016-11-07 15:51:00 -0500
Gav was a mod/punker? roflmfao..
Glad I didn’t meet you in the 70’s or 80’s.. Was a soldier at the time and probably would have smacked
commented 2016-11-07 12:01:19 -0500
Mr. Peterson’s description of the Ontario Institute for the Studies in Education (OISE) is accurate. I noticed this back in the 1970’s. This dangerous institution is a leading factor in the declining standards in the Ontario education system.
commented 2016-11-07 02:01:14 -0500
Peter Netterville commented – “Bill Elder is correct, the law must be based upon objective facts, not subjective feeling and desires,”

Well only partially correct Peter ;-) After reading the bill and thinking about the potential for abuse/misapplication, I’ve decided this is very bad law indeed. Not just bad, as in nebulous and impossible to comply because of it, but bad as in commiting a horrible juristic error incompatible with our system of jurisprudence.

When you look at the pith and substance of this law’s effect, it is the first time government has strayed from telling you what you can’t say to actually dictating to you what you MUST say.

Positively Orwellian.
commented 2016-11-06 22:22:51 -0500
Some type of messiah. Christ didn’t come to bring peace but division. The Truth will set you free. God bless you Professor, and thanks be to God
commented 2016-11-06 21:53:59 -0500
Noteworthy the voting record for the second hearing of Bill C-16 in the House of Commons.
The bill passed with 248 Yes and 40 No votes. All of the No votes were by Conservatives. Except for those who did not vote, EVERY Liberal and EVERY NDP M.P. voted for the bill. Almost as many Conservatives, 38, voted for the bill, including interim leader, Rona Ambrose, Michelle Rempel, Tony Clement and Ron Liepert. Of the current CPC leadership candidates, voting in favor were Maxime Bernier, Michael Chong, Lisa Raitt, Steven Blaney, and Deepak Obhrai. Kelly Leitch and Erin O’Toole didn’t vote.
commented 2016-11-06 19:23:21 -0500
For some reason falsely labeling someone a racist will be fine though.
I demand to be called the Orgasmatron by women and all progressives men must call me the Superior.
There you go DH now you know how to address me.
commented 2016-11-06 19:19:50 -0500
DH question for you, should everyone who called Harper Hitler or a Dictator or said he had a hidden agenda be fined or jailed as well then? Or does it only apply to what marxist progressives deem to be important?
commented 2016-11-06 19:18:13 -0500
Marxists are complete scumbags, and i do not care if they do not think i should be able to say that.
commented 2016-11-06 19:17:04 -0500
DH he was born a male, if he wants to be gay then fine, he is not a woman. It is a biological label , not an emotional one. And how do you know what someone is feeling inside on any day? Please enlighten me. Not all gays and trans dress a certain way. And freedom is for all , if they do not like someone addressing them a certain way , that is too damn bad. You think people should go to jail for calling someone a name? Who the hell decides what is fine then?
commented 2016-11-06 18:19:30 -0500
JIM NORWOOD, ""Teachers’ union urges schools to host drag shows, use ‘comrade’ instead of ‘boy’ and ‘girl’". Jim, the Alberta Teachers Association recently quietly expunged the reference to “comrades” from the document they produced with Alberta government funding. Presumably, it was too transparent that they were a bunch of leftist social engineers and they were being mocked by some of the media who picked up on that reference. Now they can say it is not in the document and stop the bleeding. However, no matter how much lipstick you put on a pig, it’s still a pig!
commented 2016-11-06 13:34:02 -0500
@dh…OK I get your point…if someone were doing it just to be abnoxious perhaps there should be some remedy…$250,000 is a little steep.
commented 2016-11-06 12:23:37 -0500
Most people if given the chance would not purposely offend anyone, especially in a business setting, I predict much litigation for the courts in this regard, common sense seems less common these days.
commented 2016-11-06 12:10:34 -0500
Are people in New York or anywhere else that pass these laws going to start wearing gender identification cards, maybe a neon sign, if not how is anyone to know what gender or lack there-of they identify with.
commented 2016-11-06 11:45:32 -0500
Bill Elder is correct, the law must be based upon objective facts, not subjective feeling and desires, since all things subjective by definition cannot be enforced uniform across a population.
commented 2016-11-06 11:42:24 -0500
D.H., asking why people attack the person rather than address the subject material is not “raining” on anyone. It is a fair question. What purpose does it serve? How does it further any discussion?
commented 2016-11-06 11:41:08 -0500
The arguments I see here are so devoid of pertinence to the issue at hand, that they defy any intellectual credibility.

Peterson is not arguing against anyone’s presumed freedoms. He is arguing that subjectivity does not belong in law with charges and punishments meted out on a subjective basis.

Seems pretty simple, but if you are confused about your own gender, I suppose it takes all the cognitive ability you can muster to understand it is imoral to punish people on an inconsistent subjective basis
commented 2016-11-06 11:33:18 -0500
Prof J Peterson’s 8 rules to play the Politically Correct Game:

1. Identify an area of human activity
2. Note the distribution of success (all human success is unevenly distributed as is excellence)
3. Pick winners and losers
4. Make a claim the losers are losing because of oppression by the winners
5. Claim allegiance with the losers
6. Feel smug about your simplified explanation of the world. Revel in your bogus moral superiority
7. Target your resentment towards your newly discovered enemies
8. Repeat. Everywhere. Forever.
commented 2016-11-06 11:26:34 -0500
That’s ok, many people have difficulty not understanding the difference between fact and opinion, if you keep working on it there is always hope though.
I am just flattered that I am thought of at all, do you see how civilized that is.
commented 2016-11-06 09:40:34 -0500
Whoa, easy Petra Netterville. Stop raining on my freedom to identify Julie Peterson how I wish based on her facial appearance.
commented 2016-11-06 09:30:13 -0500
Why is it that the socialist trolls that post comments on this site attack the persons’ appearance or other idiosyncratic characteristics rather than address the subject matter? D.H Chaisson and Centrist Libertarian are just the latest in a long line of socialist trolls to do this.
commented 2016-11-06 08:39:04 -0500
It must be really tough on the regressive socialists to realize that Dr. Peterson ranks Grant and Sandy Notley as mentors and guiding influences to his value system. That his moral compass derived from Rachel Notley’s parents is a conundrum for the regressive left. Basically, these regressive S.J.W.’s have proven how ignorant they are and how much they refuse to become educated even by a socialist. Much better to drown discussion in white noise and deny facts. Douglas, Blakney, Romanow would all be meat for these ignoramuses.

My conundrum is that Rachel turned her back on the moral clarity of her father in politics, and of her mother in concern for others.
commented 2016-11-06 08:07:31 -0500
I’m betting that here’d be a lot less desire for guys to get their nuts cut off if there was no prospect of getting their 15 seconds of fame.
commented 2016-11-06 07:56:13 -0500
I disagree with you, Roberta Mcavoy. It’s my opinion that you seem feminine so ypu don’t decide that you want to be identified as male. It’s my freedom to decide for you.
commented 2016-11-06 07:29:32 -0500
Neat how that projection thing works isn’t it?
As if there are any other genders other than male and female, pfft!
You are what you were born, anything else is simply mindset or opinion.
Just can’t make this stuff up! oops, maybe you can.
Why can’t Liberals even form a cogent statement without violating their own rhetoric by personally insulting someone with opposing views.
commented 2016-11-06 07:08:46 -0500
Professor Petersen has a lot of courage. Too bad that he has to undo the damage that has been done by the “education” system. These children are still children and the crap that has been ingrained must be exorcised, tough job professor and I wish you success for the sake of our society. We can’t allow these children to infect the next generation as it is bad enough now. If he needs money for a legal fight, I am sure the Rebel crowd can help.
commented 2016-11-06 06:42:43 -0500
Cute how this so-called Prof. with many womanly facial features, wants to be identified as Jordan Peterson. I get to choose how she should be identified. I will refer to it as Mademoseil Julie Peterson.
commented 2016-11-06 01:59:32 -0500
Yes he is a national treasure and considering his position, a very rare one. Although I found this interview quite depressing, the prof gives me hope.
commented 2016-11-06 01:30:39 -0500
He’s a national treasure.
commented 2016-11-06 01:23:37 -0400
I’m doing some mature age university study in Australia and I haven’t observed that we are quite as bad as North America in generating ‘snowflake’ students, but we are certainly heading in the same direction. I’m in technology faculty so maybe I’m not seeing the worst of it.
I take Prof Peterson’s view on the disservice that mollycoddling is doing to millennials. My term for it is “The Tyranny of Fragility”.
[Note that I’ve borrowed the phrase from an Australian historian, Prof Geoffrey Blainey, who used the phrase “The Tyranny of Distance” to describe one of the key shaping forces of Australia’s early development].