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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

There is a lot to love

According to CatholicAnarchist Bear, Jordan Peterson is still going on about me in New Zealand.
Pretty funny how JP is giving you free publicity on live NZ live TV, this time he said you are a man completely in love with his own intelligence.

Jordan Peterson: I think the tactics to describe what I'm doing are generally reprehensible, but that's not surprising, it's part and parcel of the way political discourse is conducted today. A lot of epithets and namecalling, none of which is justified in my estimation.

Hayley Holt:  And a lot of pendulum-swinging. You're not a friend of the radical left, so people may assume you are a friend of the radical right, but that's not true is it?

Jordan Peterson: No the radical right is not very fond of me. There is a book written recently by a man named Vox Day called Jordanetics which is a criticism of what I'm doing from the radical right perspective. It's a particularly low-blow book, I would say, written by someone who is dreadfully in love with his own intelligence, um, but its fine as far as I'm concerned. It's a good thing because I'm not a fan of collectivists on the right either. I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group, it doesn't matter if it's a nationalist perspective, or an ethnic or racial perspective, or a sexual perspective, it's a fundamental error and an extraordinarily dangerous one.
That's like saying Owen Benjamin is a man who is dreadfully in love with his own height. I may enjoy being highly intelligent, and I may rely upon having more cognitive firepower at my disposal than most on a not-infrequent basis, but this is the sort of comment that is made by someone who knows nothing of the experience himself. What those of lesser intelligence fail to realize about the UHIQ or the subject savant is that we actually have a tendency to take our intellectual gifts for granted; we are far less obsessed with them than our observers and critics are.

In other words, it's not that we think we are so special, it's that we find it very hard to believe that other people can't do what we do. My father, the designer of various military and aeronautic technologies who did his doctoral work at MIT, genuinely could not believe that anyone was even remotely puzzled by math. "What's there to be confused about?" he would ask in disbelief. "It's all literally right there!" It's like imagining a Frenchman to be impressed by the fact that he speaks French. Of course he does, it's part of what makes him who and what he is!

Anyhow, it's clear that Peterson is attempting to accomplish two things here. First, he's trying to rhetorically disqualify a book that is significantly damaging him with his fan club by discrediting the author with epithets and namecalling. Second, he's attempting to use my criticism as a way of positioning himself as a centrist and a victim. And, of course, because he is a habitual liar, he doesn't even hesitate to lie about the book, about the author, and about himself.

All you really need to know about Peterson can be seen in this one interview, especially the way he so readily resorts to the rhetorical tactics he declares to be reprehensible in lieu of substantive responses? I invite you to count the number of lies and deceptions he tells in that last paragraph alone. Without bothering to do so myself and based only on an initial read, I'll put the over/under at seven.

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78 Comments:

Blogger The Cooler February 20, 2019 5:38 AM  

JP is dreadfully in love with his contextually vacuous adverbs.

I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group

Slippery fucker.

Blogger Xellos February 20, 2019 5:39 AM  

Still better than being cannibalistically in love with his own cousin.

Blogger Dave Dave February 20, 2019 5:51 AM  

Lie count
1. A lot of epithets and namecalling, none of which is justified in my estimation
2. It's a particularly low-blow book
3. written by someone who is dreadfully in love with his own intelligence
4. but its fine as far as I'm concerned
5. It's a good thing because I'm not a fan of collectivists on the right either
6. I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group

Blogger jijijeac February 20, 2019 5:54 AM  

peterson went from right wing motivational speaker to all knowing cult leader all in a matter of months. he admitted in one interview of making close to 2 million usd per month. dunno why would anyone pay for his generic brand of motivational psychology. his speeches especially are just incoherent ramble on different topics. controlled opposition if i ever saw any.

Blogger Steb February 20, 2019 5:55 AM  

'I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group'

This is a little like saying that it's a mistake to get married because you don't want to make the relationship to your spouse your primary identity.

He thinks unhealthy relationships are the norm.

Blogger jfreddd February 20, 2019 6:04 AM  

JBP: “um, but its fine as far as I'm concerned”🐇

Hey VD, you done hooked and surfaced your big baby Gamma! 😂😎😹🤪🤣 And he (🦞) a BIGGUN!!! You da MAN: 🙌👌🇨🇭👆🏻

Anonymous Anonymous February 20, 2019 6:10 AM  

Peterson belongs to a specific group of people intent on a specific goal set to specifically break apart other groups because only the unison of such groups can thwart their plans.

Blogger Rhys February 20, 2019 6:15 AM  

There's no love like dreadful love.

Blogger The Cooler February 20, 2019 6:16 AM  

It is not possible for the fundamental unit of self, if there is one, or the distinguishing character or personality of an individual, to be one's 'group'.

One's 'group' is formative; one's group in informative; one's group is substantive. One cannot, however, "make" oneself one's 'group'.

JP is either consciously or unconsciously -- knowingly or unknowingly -- misrepresenting Nationalists/Nationalism and "collectivism" more generally, i.e. the "radical right". If the former, which I suspect to be the case, he is a liar; if the latter, he is at best a fool.

JP is enamored with this Group vs. Individual binary. Whether it's contrived or an artifact of midwittery, who knows. Who cares? He's a fraud and cause of fraudulence.

Blogger Wuzzums Fuzzums February 20, 2019 6:20 AM  

There's something about the Streisand Effect that even when people fully grasp it, they still can't help themselves but to trigger it.

Blogger Dave Dave February 20, 2019 6:25 AM  

The false dichotomy between individualism and collectivism that JP is propagating is fooling a remarkable number of smart people. He may even be fooling himself. There are different layers of identity, some are group identity and some are individual identity. Dismissing either type is absurd and allows evil to thrive. If only the group matters, you can be persuaded to do evil things for the sake of the group. If only the individual matters, you won't be concerned with anyone else and can do whatever you want without moral consequence.

Anonymous Anonymous February 20, 2019 6:33 AM  

Individualism is futile when it's possibility can be ended by hostile collectives.

Blogger Matthew T February 20, 2019 6:37 AM  

I've had the experience of looking at a problem or a puzzle and thinking, if I were smarter this would all fall into place, like a Magic Eye image.

Blogger JACIII February 20, 2019 6:53 AM  

a man completely in love with his own intelligence. Satanist thinks you are too prideful. Please cuck accordingly.

What those of lesser intelligence fail to realize about the UHIQ or the subject savant is that we actually have a tendency to take our intellectual gifts for granted; we are far less obsessed with them than our observers and critics are.

It's a little weird to reflexively do something or solve a problem and have a bystander (reader in your case) have a "Shazam!" moment. Ya' can't say, "Well, it's obvious." or "Wait... everyone doesn't do this??" It may be somewhat bothersome or awkward, but someone just innocently and out loud expressed the joy of discovery. And that's cool.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 20, 2019 7:05 AM  

I'll give him a dollar if he were to actually challenge the Left on their group identity politics, I'll give him two dollars if he were to actually challenge Benji Shapiro on his group identity.

Blogger Constantin February 20, 2019 7:29 AM  

He's only proving you right when he reacts like this, and fans of his who might've read Jordanetics will recognize this. The less fanatical ones anyway.

Blogger Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club February 20, 2019 7:32 AM  

He speaks in the same stilted way that the "prison intellectuals" in those In Living Color bits did.

Blogger JACIII February 20, 2019 7:32 AM  

Peterson making a futile attempt at hiding some intense gamma rage is on display in that video. He's been tweaked. Hard. You are the new reason he's not sleeping for a month. Congrats and well done.

Blogger Desdichado February 20, 2019 7:32 AM  

Mr.MantraMan wrote:I'll give him a dollar if he were to actually challenge the Left on their group identity politics, I'll give him two dollars if he were to actually challenge Benji Shapiro on his group identity.
If the Left gives him two million dollars a month to NOT challenge healthy white American identity politics, then I think your offer loses the bid.

Blogger nswhorse February 20, 2019 7:37 AM  

We need to keep a counter on how often he mentions Jordanetics, seemingly in passing, with a throw-away line or two disqualifying and discrediting. Although perhaps it's simpler to keep an interview and live presentation counter. I expect he won't be able to go a single appearance without mentioning and dismissing the book now he's reluctantly acknowledged its existence.

Anonymous Anonymous February 20, 2019 7:38 AM  

"I'm not tired" said the vile fraud Peterson, eyes bleary, yawning.

Blogger Silent Draco February 20, 2019 7:39 AM  

We can only hope that weka gives him the special name tag written in Maori: "Good with catsup". I hear the hot baths around Rotorua are just fine, this time of year.

Blogger wreckage February 20, 2019 7:42 AM  

Having a group identity and being a "collectivist" are two entirely different things, otherwise being an identified individualist would make you a collectivist.

Blogger The Contrarian February 20, 2019 7:43 AM  

"Second, he's attempting to use my criticism as a way of positioning himself as a centrist and a victim."

Absolutely, and at the same time, he's now marketing to the left. "In my estimation" he, or rather his handlers, are looking to replace the Vox-inspired red-pilled right with a new army of NPC leftists. From a purely monetization point of view - he increases his TAM. Think of all the new prospects he and CAA can now attempt to shake down for speaking fees, etc.

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 7:44 AM  

You're banned, Phillip George. Stop trying to comment here and take your incoherent posturing somewhere else.

Blogger Lazarus February 20, 2019 7:46 AM  

There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Jordanetics.

Blogger John Best February 20, 2019 7:52 AM  

Oh this is just too good. He needs to put some respect on your name and give you your real title Supreme Dark Lord.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 20, 2019 7:57 AM  

#19 I'm not high enough IQ to understand your position there. I will say that the common ground we do have is that Peterson is a HO for the benjamins.

My offer still stands for Jordan, of course like all the conmen he has made his naughty talk stink and now is collecting his dollars before he is binned.

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 8:12 AM  

You're banned from commenting, Robert Browning. Do not attempt to comment here.

Blogger Peaceful Poster February 20, 2019 8:13 AM  

That's like saying Owen Benjamin is a man who is dreadfully in love with his own height

Owen said the other day that he'd rather be shorter due to longer life expectancy. He said 6.0 feet tall would be ideal.

Similarly, many UHIQ folks would probably trade a few IQ points if only to better communicate with their fellow man!



Blogger Lazarus February 20, 2019 8:17 AM  

Similarly, many UHIQ folks would probably trade a few IQ points if only to better communicate with their fellow man!

Communicating with one's fellow man is highly overrated.

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira February 20, 2019 8:20 AM  

Hayley: "And a lot of pendulum swinging."

She's got big brass balls on the mind

Blogger Meistergedanken February 20, 2019 8:24 AM  

Maybe JP will slowly become more and more obsessed, until he succumbs to his fixation, really goes all out: and writes a book about you.

Blogger tublecane February 20, 2019 8:25 AM  

@10- One must puzzle these things out, because there's so much deception in the world. Just hearing "radical right," for instance , makes me wonder. Because I'm used to the right being associated with reaction and the left with radicalism. Last time I remember radical right being a Thing was when the Clinton administration was torching buildings in Waco.

You're correct about his Group vs. Individual bugbear. Which I could understand back during the Cold War, for instance. Especially if you're an Ayn Rand half-baking a philosophy for aesthetic purposes. Men I otherwise respect like Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn made too much out of the problems of "identity." Maybe the herd mentality is at the center of leftist. But that doesn't mean we should all be monads.

There's no reason why one shouldn't prefer the company of those with whom they identify. Like attracts like. Peterson reminds me of people who say they prefer friends to family because they got to pick their friends. Well, just because you don't love your family doesn't mean you have to pull us away from ours.

Blogger Jo K February 20, 2019 8:31 AM  

It's a feather in his cap that he's willing to name the book and the author, least in my opinion. But to be fair, this is the kind of thing he was looking for. Jordan Peterson almost certainly sees this as armor against attacks labeling him as alt right. He runs from that label.

I do wonder if he would be open to a debate. Possibly, but it's hard to say. Unlikely I'm guessing, specifically because he framed the book as a low blow. I could see him using that as justification to avoid debate.

If so, a pity. Jordan Peterson is so against group identity. He talks about the danger of group identity, but can he point to a functioning society that fully embraced diversity?

Myself, I've been a lifelong fan, at least intellectually, of the idea that people should be judged on the content of their character alone, and while I still find that thought fair when dealing with individuals, I do begin to wonder if I've been hoodwinked on a societal level.

When there are barbarians at the gates, it's a fool who insists on getting to know them each personally.

Blogger Matt Sellitto February 20, 2019 8:32 AM  

At least he got the title correct this time.

Blogger Longtime Lurker February 20, 2019 8:58 AM  

At least JBP got the title correct this time.

Taken literally, JBP is asking his followers to downplay or discard key aspects of self. For individual identity is meaningless absent reference to others and the groups in which we belong and do not belong.

He mentioned nationalist, racial, ethnic, and sexual identities as being "extraordinarily dangerous." But what about religion? Does he mean to say that being a devout Christian is, by his definition, extraordinarily dangerous? We all know that being Christian can be dangerous (e.g. persecution). But what about the upside?

JBP of course did say, don't make groups your "primary" identity, but that begs the question, what's left of individual identity after making such a downshift?

I could go on, but JBP is freaked out by mass movements in general. His preferred antidote: societal atomization.

Blogger pyrrhus February 20, 2019 8:59 AM  

Every time JP mentions your book by name, you are probably selling dozens of copies, maybe more.... It's a fundamental principle of advertising, and one would think that JP would know that...

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 8:59 AM  

Clearly Jordan Peterson is homophobic. And also anti-feminist. And racist. And anti-American.

Blogger Duke Norfolk February 20, 2019 9:00 AM  

Dave Dave wrote:The false dichotomy between individualism and collectivism that JP is propagating is fooling a remarkable number of smart people. He may even be fooling himself. There are different layers of identity, some are group identity and some are individual identity. Dismissing either type is absurd and allows evil to thrive. If only the group matters, you can be persuaded to do evil things for the sake of the group. If only the individual matters, you won't be concerned with anyone else and can do whatever you want without moral consequence.

Amen. It long bothered me (while I was basically a libertarian) how so much of the (supposed/nominal) right use this "collectivist" epithet, and then go to the other extreme.

Binary thinking, as Vox often points out, is stupid and destructive.

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 9:11 AM  

Robert Browning, you are banned. Stop commenting here. Your comments will always be deleted on sight.

Blogger Duh-ave February 20, 2019 9:12 AM  

@5 Eric Hoffer's book "The True Believer" covers the subject of people signing on to 'movements' even-handedly.
The world today is perfect for motivating people to join a movement. Peterson wants us to abandon individuality and join his.
Leaders always slander their enemies.
I'm grateful to the SDL for opening my eyes to his fraud.

@31 Loneliness sucks. My IQ 165 brother may be the loneliest man in the world and it is torture for him.

Blogger Damelon Brinn February 20, 2019 9:16 AM  

"Jordan Peterson: I think the tactics to describe what I'm doing are generally reprehensible,"

That's interesting phrasing. What kind of tactics are reprehensible? The kind that describe what he's doing.

Blogger One Deplorable DT February 20, 2019 9:52 AM  

"In other words, it's not that we think we are so special, it's that we find it very hard to believe that other people can't do what we do."

I think this on a daily basis about mental tasks far less demanding than higher mathematics. Why can't people understand simple logic? Identify simple fallacies? Do a Google search? Perform basic arithmetic???

Our so called leaders struggle with this stuff. Take Occasional-Cortex's Green New Deal. A couple Google searches plus back-of-the-napkin arithmetic could tell you it's a childish fantasy. She is a house representative and is literally incapable of such research. Some politicians know better but push the mathematically impossible for votes. She's not one of those. She actually believes it.

And she's surrounded by people who also believe it.

Same thing goes for our highly paid media darlings at companies like CNN. I taught myself computer programming in high school without the help of the Internet. They can't fact check the simplest of claims with the full power of the web. Makes you wonder what they would do if you locked them in a library. What are these things stacked on shelves? Should I eat one? Are they tasty?

@42 - Loneliness sucks. My IQ 165 brother may be the loneliest man in the world and it is torture for him.

If I look at most people in this world like they're drooling over themselves and in desperate need of a helmet, then I can't begin to imagine what the world looks like to your brother.

Blogger ant becker February 20, 2019 9:54 AM  

"I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group." You have been told you pathological Goyim.

Blogger Fozzy Bear February 20, 2019 9:56 AM  

It's a particularly low-blow book
This line is interesting. It’s an admission of his diagnosis of mental illness. He’s wrong, too. It’s not “below the belt” or even ad hom to hit a psychiatrist offering a program for life with his own mental instability.

Blogger Avalanche February 20, 2019 10:09 AM  

@35 "I do wonder if he would be open to a debate."

You saw the video of him with Jack Posobiec and Don Jr., right? How could one POSSIBLY have a debate with the ... bafflegarble .... coming out of his mouth!? Sam Harris was unable to pin him down on a definition of "truth" -- even just a temporary one to use during their "debate."

Is calling it "nonsensical bafflegarble" redundant? Cause I'm just not sure using only "bafflegarble" is STRONG enough!

Blogger Avalanche February 20, 2019 10:12 AM  

@38 "JBP of course did say, don't make groups your "primary" identity"

EXCEPT for Israeli/jewish identity: THAT "primary" identity he completely supports! And his Native Amer... er ... native Siberian-extraction tribal friends: THEY are supposed to have -- and be applauded for -- THEIR primary group identity!

Blogger DBSFF February 20, 2019 10:15 AM  

The guy probably had no idea how badly "take your damn pills" reflected on him when he was writing the book. "Low blow" = quoting peterson.

Would love to see an interviewer surprise him and just hammer at him over the apple juice nonsense.

Blogger Avalanche February 20, 2019 10:17 AM  

@44 AOC "is not one of those. She actually believes it. And she's surrounded by people who also believe it."


"Grand-daddy? How did the United States die?!"

"Oh, dear child. There was a viciously contagious disease called mental illness with stupidity... and it spread like wildfire across the nation. It was massively complicated by the introduction of millions of parasites and infectious agents. We remnants of the healthy tried and tried to cure -- and finally to excise -- the sick, but it was too late. There were too many and too sick; and a major part of the illness was to avoid the cure. And that's how most of our nation died. Verrah sad."

Blogger Unknown February 20, 2019 10:22 AM  

Man, he sounds like a total zombie in this interview. Talk about low-energy...

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 10:46 AM  

I do wonder if he would be open to a debate.

Of course he won't be. Being exposed as a fraud is his biggest fear after global war.

Blogger Astrosmith February 20, 2019 10:56 AM  

Low blow is what he did with his grandma.

Blogger #issues February 20, 2019 11:06 AM  

When I first heard Jordan Peterson on YouTube, I was initially inspired by his resistance to the transgender speech police. As I watched more videos, I realized that huge portions of his lecture's sounded like insane ramblings to me.

I remembered that Vox's First Law is "Any sufficiently advanced intelligence is indistinguishable from insanity". I don't interpret JP's insane ramblings as evidence of his advanced intelligence, as many have done, in large part due to Vox's posts regarding him. But my question to Vox is, how does one differentiate between crazy deluded JP style insane and advanced intelligence insane?

Blogger My Dead Gramps February 20, 2019 11:12 AM  

No, please Jordy, tell the Maori not to identify by ethnic group,especially right after Waitangi.

Blogger FP February 20, 2019 11:17 AM  

JP:"I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group, it doesn't matter if it's a nationalist perspective, or an ethnic or racial perspective, or a sexual perspective, it's a fundamental error and an extraordinarily dangerous one."

Oh the irony coming from the cider house drunkard with soviet memorabilia on his office walls.

Blogger VD February 20, 2019 11:21 AM  

But my question to Vox is, how does one differentiate between crazy deluded JP style insane and advanced intelligence insane?

Find an advanced intelligence you know to be sane and get their opinion of the matter. In Peterson's case, you know I am at least as intelligent as he is. And I am telling you that most of what he is saying is meaningless bafflegarble, and most of the rest is evil. "Stand up straight" is about as good as it gets with him, and it doesn't get much more trivial than that.

Blogger Daniel February 20, 2019 11:23 AM  

If JP fans take his one good piece of advice literally (stand up straight) then why are they always slouching toward Bethlehem?

Blogger Dave February 20, 2019 11:36 AM  

It'll be interesting to see if JBP's handlers push him to stop mentioning JORDANETICS completely, or do they do some oppo research on Vox and go down the racist, sexist, homophobe unpersoning route.

This could make for a good test. Plant the info with JPB that Vox calls himself the Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil and has an army of vile faceless minions. The SFWA tried to kick him out and he's been called the most despised man in science fiction. Then see how long it takes Peterson to start mentioning these items.

Blogger birdman February 20, 2019 11:52 AM  

Oof

Blogger Patrick Kelly February 20, 2019 12:11 PM  

JP rhetoric is weak.

"I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group, it doesn't matter if it's a nationalist perspective, or an ethnic or racial perspective, or a sexual perspective, it's a fundamental error and an extraordinarily dangerous one."

Dangerous to who or what? My "primary identity" is made of of everything he described, my nation, my family, my tribe, my Church, my ethnic DNA. What the hell is left to identify without these? My functions as a worker, father, student whatever? That's inhuman if not subhuman.

Blogger BigFan February 20, 2019 12:12 PM  

If it is OK, to paraphrase a question from Jordanetics you should ask JBP: "Are you Canadian?"
That is group identity. So he can't even be Canadian.

Blogger TheMaleRei February 20, 2019 12:29 PM  

BigFan wrote:If it is OK, to paraphrase a question from Jordanetics you should ask JBP: "Are you Canadian?"

That is group identity. So he can't even be Canadian.


He would weasel his way out and talk about citizenship and paperwork... Which would be an admission that it doesn't matter since one can change that relatively easily. But I would like to hear him say as much...

Blogger Azure Amaranthine February 20, 2019 12:37 PM  

At least nine. Eight if you leave possibility that he made a mistake on the first one.

"JP is enamored with this Group vs. Individual binary."

Of course he is. One of his main goals is to atomize people into a slurry that can be easily slurped up. Soylent Green is People: Organizational Edition.

Blogger Elijah February 20, 2019 12:52 PM  

the only Low IQ people i can stand to be around are the Hot Blonde twenty to forty something females. And i can only stand them for about 8-15 minutes at a time.

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon February 20, 2019 12:54 PM  

@48

"EXCEPT for Israeli/jewish identity: THAT "primary" identity he completely supports! And his Native Amer... er ... native Siberian-extraction tribal friends: "

Quite right, it's blindingly obvious that he is a hypocrite given that he chums around with ultra ethnic nationalists like Shapiro around. It's a strange choice for a man who allegedly rejects identity politics and tribalism to hang around with people from a hyper insular ethnic group that refer to themselves as 'the tribe'.

Good point about the First Nations connection. Anyone familiar with First Nations politics in Canada knows that they are all consumed with the idea of national self determination and resistance to assimilation.

So he has close connections to two groups that are in large part characterized by a refusal to assimilate into a broader host culture (e.g., Hanukkah).

Blogger LP999-16 February 20, 2019 12:54 PM  

I count more than 5 that JP will not answer or doesn't know were posed to him to answer, simple questions in Jordanetics.

JP has the book, what is the delay?

Hopefully his fans are ~hoping for answers too after reading Jordanetics.

Blogger DonReynolds February 20, 2019 12:54 PM  

When you are wrong, you need lots of friends.

When you are right, you don't need anybody.

When you carry the Truth, it does not matter who is the most intelligent.

We should endeavor to know the Truth and speak it to friend and foe alike.

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon February 20, 2019 12:57 PM  

" I think it's a mistake to make your primary identity your group, it doesn't matter if it's a nationalist perspective, or an ethnic or racial perspective, or a sexual perspective, it's a fundamental error and an extraordinarily dangerous one."

I'm curious as to whether or not Peterson has broached the subject of the gang rape problem in the UK or Sweden. He talks a lot about preventing war, but given that mass rape is one of its concomitant evils it is somewhat incongruous not to be concerned about it.

For the average rape victim in the UK, it isn't nationalism that is dangerous, it is the legions of rapacious third world imports. For some odd reason, Japanese, Korean and Chinese children aren't being mass raped by immigrant rape gangs. Perhaps Dr. Peterson can explain why this is, and why mass immigration is fine given that it seems to be accompanied by a lot of the symptoms of conquest.

Blogger Cloom February 20, 2019 1:13 PM  

A diabolical narcissist does not love anybody since they purged themselves of love to protect themselves from suffering. Why is Peterson afraid of global war? I think he is afraid for his own suffering and to elevate himself as saviour of the world, narcissist. I think he does not love any group such that he would be sorry for them in war. Maybe he does not love his family group either.

Blogger Noah B The Savage Gardener February 20, 2019 1:57 PM  

Translation: JP has read Jordanetics and he has no rebuttal.

Blogger Gregory the Great February 20, 2019 2:12 PM  

Could it be he does not even understand how bad the book makes him look? Like JF does not understand that he lost the debate...

Blogger RA February 20, 2019 2:41 PM  

So many, many words, entire chapters of them, hours of video, to say simple things like "stand up straight", "make your bed" and "take your pills". Whatever happened to direct speech?

Well now we see how gammas let others live in their heads rent free.

Blogger Unknown February 20, 2019 5:28 PM  

MENSA membership is fertile ground for Satan. The evil one is cleverer than us by far. He'll take whatever prideful toehold we give him and use it to work his way into our souls. Encouraged by our thirst for relevance and hunger for recognition, that toehold can quickly become a foothold, then a stronghold and eventually a stranglehold. Our frustration with the feebleness of lesser men is all the leverage he needs.

Arrogant, intelligent narcissists aren't evil. They're just weak and feeble men who think they can outwit Satan. It's only when his fiery fingers are tightening around their necks and drumming on their souls that the fullness of their folly becomes clear. Of course by then it's far too late.

Christians, pray for the MENSA men. Dear God they need it.

Blogger artensoll February 20, 2019 5:55 PM  

@51 "Man, he sounds like a total zombie in this interview. Talk about low-energy..."

Must be back on his meds.

Blogger Gregory the Great February 20, 2019 7:36 PM  

completely OT! Who are you talking about?

Blogger Dave February 20, 2019 9:16 PM  

The Darkstream chat tonight was teeming with Jordan Peterson cultists. Same old tired lines.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd February 20, 2019 9:31 PM  

Unknown wrote:Christians, pray for the MENSA men. Dear God they need it.

They are just smart enough to fool themselves.

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