An Unauthorized Biography of Jordan B. Peterson: How Toronto Psychology Professor Jordan Peterson Established Himself as an Opponent of Political Correctness Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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This book tells the story of Jordan Peterson, who has emerged as a champion of free speech. On September 27, 2016, he posted a video online, criticizing the political correctness of Canada's Bill C-16 and explaining that he intended to refuse to use made-up pronouns to address transgendered persons. Find out how Peterson became an expert on politics and psychology, and learn how a YouTube video unexpectedly turned him into a public figure.
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|Listening Length||57 minutes|
|Narrator||Eva R. Marienchild|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||24 February 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 124,828 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
62 in Civil Rights Law (Books)
337 in Law (Audible Books & Originals)
700 in Biographies of Politicians
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As a non-white, non-religious Australian, it is obvious to our psychology and sociology that first world wordsmiths are out of contact with the non-word people. That is, words (and wordsmiths) are fake versions of supposed realities. Valium, alcohol and other poisons from the white bullies are not able to handle real life.
This book accurately shows that both the two old white men (Jordan P. and Donald Trump) know that white "educated" wordsmiths exist in fake worlds.
Here in Australia and in the "woken" white world, the general public now know that our raw emotions are more reliable than educated wordsmithing. The missing answers to these existential problems remain: white wordsmiths do not have the answer. White drugs and "medicines" have no solutions.
From the lands of USA and Russian show business, can January 2021 (the next Leader Of The Free World) give us an alternative to the Jordan B. Peterson world of white wordsmithing?