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Dr. Jordan Peterson helps everyone understand "White Privilege & forced pronouns"

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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 01:26 PM
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I stumbled on this guy, and he is on point with many ideas and subjects. In this short video he dives into white privilege and forced pronouns.

He points out the fact that taking a whole ethnic group and accusing all singular individuals of anything is racist. Of course we know this but some how when it comes to white privilege it is different and sort of OK.
He also touches on the fact that the very small number of people who are trans do not want a trans org/spokes person to speak for them.


He handles these issues in this short video much better than I can summarize. Worth the watch.



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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 01:29 PM
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If term White Privelidge is acceptable, then so is the term Black Criminality.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 01:40 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

His stuff is great. Been watching a series he's done about religious thought and mythology/archetypes and some other psychological (clinical) stuff.
He's been in a load of trouble for standing against the PC thought police and had his channel banned then reinstated.
Personally I think he's a genius.

Just wanted to add that he is actually the Professor at Toronto University and spent years as a clinical psychologist so he should know what he's talking about.
Also, some of his lectures are two and a half hours long but well worth it.

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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 01:45 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

A voice of reason in the wilderness. He'll doubtless be labeled and pushed off Youtube.

It is after all, what they do.

I watched some of the Boston deal on CNN and the interviewee made the comment that what this is all about is the American people are struggling to find their identity as "Americans". So this was demonstrated by saying that the American people are struggling to know if in the "new" America, its just o.k. to have statues of racist slave owning rebel leaders in public parks and spaces where the statues evoke feelings of fear and loathing in the minds of POC's (people of color).

I think that person is correct in a sense, but what I see coming out of the Universities and the politics of color and the ideas of the BLM people is that they believe its time for them to impose their vision of what it is to be an American and whites had better adopt that view or else. Thus the common criminality collectively imposed on whites through the white privilege narrative.

This is a very dangerous time in US history, more so because I'd guess a lot of "centrist" whites such as myself are going to be finding themselves at serious odds with whatever the leftist/race pimps try to impose as the new "American Cultural Norm".



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:00 PM
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originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: seasonal

A voice of reason in the wilderness. He'll doubtless be labeled and pushed off Youtube.

It is after all, what they do.

I watched some of the Boston deal on CNN and the interviewee made the comment that what this is all about is the American people are struggling to find their identity as "Americans". So this was demonstrated by saying that the American people are struggling to know if in the "new" America, its just o.k. to have statues of racist slave owning rebel leaders in public parks and spaces where the statues evoke feelings of fear and loathing in the minds of POC's (people of color).

I think that person is correct in a sense, but what I see coming out of the Universities and the politics of color and the ideas of the BLM people is that they believe its time for them to impose their vision of what it is to be an American and whites had better adopt that view or else. Thus the common criminality collectively imposed on whites through the white privilege narrative.

This is a very dangerous time in US history, more so because I'd guess a lot of "centrist" whites such as myself are going to be finding themselves at serious odds with whatever the leftist/race pimps try to impose as the new "American Cultural Norm".


That last one is easy. White ancenstors made their fortunes from the suffering of African-American slaves. Therefore everything they earned and gained is undeserved. In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:01 PM
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a reply to: TonyS

You're right. He was barred from YouTube but they've allowed him back on.
The clips are really cool but his lectures go much deeper and give an overall view of why we are what we are.
He doesn't like the college humanities departments being corrupted by radicals and has done some brilliant explanations of the postmodernist line of thought.

If lectures are a bit stuffy but anyone's interested he's been on Joe Rogan at least twice and was an awesome interviewee.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:19 PM
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a reply to: stormcell

If that's fairness and equality, then it is time for this country to end their relationship with both concepts.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:25 PM
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a reply to: stormcell

And who determines this. And just who hands over what to whom?

Will this be determined strictly along economic lines, racial lines, or both? Are we going to have to delve into our genealogy and prove that our family trees are pure of slave owning intent? How much slave ownership in our past will be needed to damn someone into having to lose everything? What happens if a wealthy black American finds out that he or she has slave ownership in his or her past?

And what about Native Americans? Are they going to be forgotten? Technically no one except them should receive anything under this mindset of yours.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:39 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: seasonal

A voice of reason in the wilderness. He'll doubtless be labeled and pushed off Youtube.

It is after all, what they do.

I watched some of the Boston deal on CNN and the interviewee made the comment that what this is all about is the American people are struggling to find their identity as "Americans". So this was demonstrated by saying that the American people are struggling to know if in the "new" America, its just o.k. to have statues of racist slave owning rebel leaders in public parks and spaces where the statues evoke feelings of fear and loathing in the minds of POC's (people of color).

I think that person is correct in a sense, but what I see coming out of the Universities and the politics of color and the ideas of the BLM people is that they believe its time for them to impose their vision of what it is to be an American and whites had better adopt that view or else. Thus the common criminality collectively imposed on whites through the white privilege narrative.

This is a very dangerous time in US history, more so because I'd guess a lot of "centrist" whites such as myself are going to be finding themselves at serious odds with whatever the leftist/race pimps try to impose as the new "American Cultural Norm".


That last one is easy. White ancenstors made their fortunes from the suffering of African-American slaves. Therefore everything they earned and gained is undeserved. In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.


Wow, what a profound point you have!

Until you realize the population of America in that time period was 12-20 million people.

We now have 330~ million people. Most of us had our ancestors come in the late 1800's or early 1900's.

I can track when my ancestors came over to grandparents and great grandparents.

So how are you going to track down where this wealth is you speak of to protect those who had nothing to do with it?



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:42 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: seasonal

A voice of reason in the wilderness. He'll doubtless be labeled and pushed off Youtube.

It is after all, what they do.

I watched some of the Boston deal on CNN and the interviewee made the comment that what this is all about is the American people are struggling to find their identity as "Americans". So this was demonstrated by saying that the American people are struggling to know if in the "new" America, its just o.k. to have statues of racist slave owning rebel leaders in public parks and spaces where the statues evoke feelings of fear and loathing in the minds of POC's (people of color).

I think that person is correct in a sense, but what I see coming out of the Universities and the politics of color and the ideas of the BLM people is that they believe its time for them to impose their vision of what it is to be an American and whites had better adopt that view or else. Thus the common criminality collectively imposed on whites through the white privilege narrative.

This is a very dangerous time in US history, more so because I'd guess a lot of "centrist" whites such as myself are going to be finding themselves at serious odds with whatever the leftist/race pimps try to impose as the new "American Cultural Norm".


In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.


Said every Democrat, Socialist, Communist, and fascist ever.

Good job.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 02:55 PM
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Way too simplistic. A lot of people never owned slaves. And, there are many white families stuck in intergenerational poverty.

Finally, not all of us had slave owning ancestors here. My family moved 100 years ago from Sweden. Basically poor Minnesota farmers until the 50's.
a reply to: stormcell



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 03:12 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

I'm almost 110% sure you didn't just "stumble" upon this guy though....



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 03:14 PM
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originally posted by: CulturalResilience
If term White Privelidge is acceptable, then so is the term Black Criminality.


sure...



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 03:19 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell


That last one is easy. White ancenstors made their fortunes from the suffering of African-American slaves. Therefore everything they earned and gained is undeserved. In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.


You do know that the entire South was wiped our financially after the Civil War? The only people who still had money made from slavery were the Northern bankers and shipping owners. As if the lives of 600,000 whites lost to end slavery wasn't compensation.

But Jordan Peterson, what a brilliant mind this man has.
His last interview with Stefan Molyneux was very insightful:
Video won't imbed, here's a link - www.youtube.com...
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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 03:19 PM
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originally posted by: stormcell

originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: seasonal

A voice of reason in the wilderness. He'll doubtless be labeled and pushed off Youtube.

It is after all, what they do.

I watched some of the Boston deal on CNN and the interviewee made the comment that what this is all about is the American people are struggling to find their identity as "Americans". So this was demonstrated by saying that the American people are struggling to know if in the "new" America, its just o.k. to have statues of racist slave owning rebel leaders in public parks and spaces where the statues evoke feelings of fear and loathing in the minds of POC's (people of color).

I think that person is correct in a sense, but what I see coming out of the Universities and the politics of color and the ideas of the BLM people is that they believe its time for them to impose their vision of what it is to be an American and whites had better adopt that view or else. Thus the common criminality collectively imposed on whites through the white privilege narrative.

This is a very dangerous time in US history, more so because I'd guess a lot of "centrist" whites such as myself are going to be finding themselves at serious odds with whatever the leftist/race pimps try to impose as the new "American Cultural Norm".


That last one is easy. White ancenstors made their fortunes from the suffering of African-American slaves. Therefore everything they earned and gained is undeserved. In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.

The law in the United States does not allow for punishment of others for crimes that they did not commit.
Since the Civil Rights Act in 1964, whites have been collectively punished through the implementation of racial quotas.
I am not sure how much will ever be enough to repay the sins of the fathers, but since so many white supremacists are finding out about their own mixed racial heritage, I expect that people would have their DNA checked to avoid being lumped into a group forced to pay reparations.
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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 03:20 PM
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posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 04:02 PM
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a reply to: odzeandennz

I hope you are not that sure about other things in your life, his videos were in among those suggested after watching
. So there.



I'm almost 110% sure you didn't just "stumble" upon this guy though....



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 04:29 PM
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originally posted by: Asktheanimals

originally posted by: stormcell


That last one is easy. White ancenstors made their fortunes from the suffering of African-American slaves. Therefore everything they earned and gained is undeserved. In the interests of fairness and equality that wealth should be confiscated and handed over to the poor as a form of compensation.


You do know that the entire South was wiped our financially after the Civil War? The only people who still had money made from slavery were the Northern bankers and shipping owners. As if the lives of 600,000 whites lost to end slavery wasn't compensation.

But Jordan Peterson, what a brilliant mind this man has.
His last interview with Stefan Molyneux was very insightful:
Video won't imbed, here's a link - www.youtube.com...


That's not my opinion. I read about that from previous discussions by the BLM.



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 04:31 PM
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Who listens to these commies?



posted on Aug, 19 2017 @ 04:34 PM
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a reply to: seasonal

Thanks for sharing.
I agree with his assessments on labeling others and that the University should be a place where all of your dearly held beliefs are directly challenged.




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