New Jordan Peterson book triggers revolt at publisher – The Australian

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Jordan Peterson’s new book was in grave doubt until this week.

Jordan Peterson has written a new book, and it seems that some staff at his publisher have been reduced to tears of dismay at the idea that they will have to release it. Beyond Order is a sequel of sorts to Peterson’s bestseller Twelve Rules for Life. Its completion had been in grave doubt until this week, given Peterson’s poor health.

This man has been called every name in the book while most who indulge in such activity has most likely not read any of his stuff or the attention span to enjoy his lecture series. Staff at Penguin Random House of Canada gathered a Town Hall of sorts to express their outrage. No videos have surfaced yet as a Vice report described the meeting as ‘tense and emotional’ completely against what the original book was about. If you believe in actually helping mental health conditioned people, stop giving them victimhood dribble and challenge people to overcome with the tools of wisdom Jordan Peterson contains.

A disgusting anonymous employee told Vice “(Peterson) is an icon of hate speech and transphobia and the fact that he’s an icon of white supremacy, regardless of the content of his book, I’m not proud to work for a company that publishes him,” without any shreds of evidence of their perspective of reality. Personally, the real problem with the intersectional political blowback is what they complain about happens in third world countries all the time in comparison, non-idealistic/open statistics supports those facts.

Penguin Random House with some integrity put a statement out respecting the harmless range of voices and viewpoints in freedom of speech despite this minority incited in unnecessary hatred. Even a man who got sick during family events turning for the worst is not an extremist or radical at all. Not a cult leader but an important philosopher in modern times, the sesspool at Twitter and beyond need to take a chill pill and calm down. Playing god and jumping to conclusions is just a trend to get attention for those incapable of such complexity or so lazy to take it all in, taking a negative position becomes toxic and fun…

PS – The chaotic ego of the mob when they become the majority..

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