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Ana Kasparian on Jordan Peterson

TYT's Ana Kasparian does a great job here summarizing the stances of Jordan Peterson: the new hero of North American males who tend to espouse right of center ideas. He has become their role model and speaks to their desire for a different outcome through his views on monogamy, free speech, religion, equality of outcome and personal responsibility.

I was willing to give Peterson a chance at first but the more I heard the more I found he was simplifying situations and not presenting the entire picture. He talks about the left as if it were a cohesive and united force instead of a spectrum that runs the gamut from radicals to progressives. This is precisely why the right has picked him up as an icon for if he presented things more accurately this would not have happened.

His views of Canada's Bill C-16 are completely unfounded and he sounds the warning bell on free speech without one decent counterargument as to why the rights of trans people are not important and their freedom of expression and dignity do not also merit protection.

No Mr. Peterson. it is not about equality of outcome but about equality of opportunity.

Well done Ana...


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  1. Read the comments on YT, AK got absolutely excoriated, rightfully so.

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    1. sure by the right wingers who defend him...

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