Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and tenured professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. He has received a harsh backlash from the ever stronger growing authoritarian left that slowly works on eroding resistance to curtailing the fundamental western value of free speech. The ideology of social justice has manifested in an An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code which proposes to amend the Criminal Code by adding “gender identity or expression” to the definition of “identifiable group”.
Professor Peterson has declared openly that he will not surrender his right to free speech and will not use compulsory language.
In this interview he explains his stance and the importance of preserving freedom of speech fiercely without making even the smallest concession for deceptively benevolent reasons.
Jordan Peterson explains many fascinating and inspiring ideas, has a few good book tipps and argues with such passion and fervour that I watched this already twice.
In short what this is all about (if you don’t have time):
Here interviewed by Gad Saad (whos guests are always very intersting):