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Dr. Jordan Peterson spoke at a classical liberalism seminar at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University in April, where he provided some post-Trucker Convoy insights on the Trudeau Liberals, the Canadian media, and the mindset of his country.
Peterson was showed a clip where Trudeau said that the people of Ottawa did not deserve to be “confronted with the inherent violence of a swastika flying on a street corner or a confederate flag, or the insults and jeers just because they’re wearing a mask,” after a small number of unidentified protestors arrived at the first day of the rally with inappropriate imagery in hand.
“I can hardly even look at him,” said Peterson, before being asked how can discourse in a great democracy become so polarized “that Jordan Peterson and the prime minister look at exactly the same set of events and come to opposite conclusions about them.”
“He’s lying and I’m not. So that’s a big part of the issue,” Peterson started.
“I don’t believe that he ever says a word that’s true from what I’ve been able to observe, it’s all stage acting. He’s crafted a persona, he has a particular instrumental goal in mind and everything is subordinated to serve that.
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