One of the stops on Jordan Peterson’s international tour, which was highly criticized by activists as being both “homophobic” and “racist,” didn’t have a single protester show up after a stunning total of 30 organizations signed a letter that demanded the event be canceled, according to a report published by the the Counter Signal.
Liberals just love to bark, bark, bark, but when it comes right down to it, they don’t have any teeth with which to bite. Complaining and being offended, which I personally find to be exhausting, is their favorite pastime, even if they couldn’t give you a single reason why. It’s just their nature apparently.
“As part of his Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life tour, Peterson scheduled an event in Ottawa, Canada, at the same arena as the National Hockey League’s Ottawa Senators. This caused an outcry from media, as well as a demand letter from a coalition of organizations and unions who wanted the event to be canceled, citing ‘misogynistic, homophobic, transphobic, and racist’ ideas on the part of Peterson,” TheBlaze reported.
It then added, “The letter, penned by a multitude of groups, including Planned Parenthood and a Democratic Socialist organization, said that the venue should drop the event because the professor’s ideas ‘jeopardize the safety and well-being of marginalized communities, especially women and transgender people.'”
An Ottawa politician referred to Peterson’s event as “misogynistic,” labeling it “far-right” the night the event was scheduled to be held, offering up a condemnation of the leader for the Conservative Party of Canada for daring to stand up for the popular psychologist and philosopher.
“Jordan Peterson is spreading far-right, misogynistic rhetoric in my riding tonight,” Jenna Sudds, member of Parliament for Kanata-Carleton, stated. “Instead of condemning Peterson’s hate, Pierre Poilievre is defending him. You can tell a lot about someone by the company they keep.”
Did you even listened to what he said?
— Mocha Bezirgan (@BezirganMocha) January 31, 2023
A total of 5,000 people lined up in 14-degree weather to hear Peterson’s talk, with a few of them answering questions from the media while they waited for the event to start. Which is a testament to the impact the psychologist is currently having on our culture. We are in desperate need of a voice of true reason, and it just so happens that many individuals feel that’s exactly what Peterson is. It’s sad we need a qualified, college educated individual to stand up in front of us and proclaim the differences, biologically speaking, between boys and girls, pointing out the obvious, which is that one cannot be the other.
“If their argument doesn’t hold water, they don’t want to argue,” one woman went on to say in response to why the event received so much criticism from the mainstream media. “They’re afraid to hear somebody articulate say something counter to what they believe. It doesn’t fit their narrative, so they’re like ‘if I don’t like it, you’re not allowed to like it.”
I'm at the Jordan Peterson event in Ottawa. 36 Trudeau funded organizations, including mainstream media losers like Rachel Gilmore, wanted to have the event cancelled. Not a single protester showed up, but over 5000 attendees lined up in the cold. Here's what they had to say. pic.twitter.com/fBYGClMJ5x
— Keean Bexte (@TheRealKeean) January 31, 2023
Peterson recently announced he would be putting together a counter event to the horrific, socialist nightmare known as the World Economic Forum, going on to tell world famous podcast host Joe Rogan he would be getting together with a group of invitees to talk about global philosophy and policy. Some of the topics to be discussed include energy, family-centric policies, and much more.
The popular speaker will be out on tour until the end of May.
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