Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson: Is Elon Revealing the DANGERS of Censorship with the Twitter Files?!

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Joe Rogan & Jordan Peterson discuss Elon Musk, the Twitter Files, the dangers of censorship, and even critical race theory.

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a clinical psychologist, the author of several best-selling books, among them “12 Rules for Life: An antidote to Chaos,” and “Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life,” and host of “The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast.”

Clip taken from JRE #1933 w/ Jordan Peterson

Host: Joe Rogan @joerogan
Guest: Jordan Peterson
Producer: Jamie Vernon @jamievernon

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  1. Heavily disagree with him about CTR being “battled on the battleground of ideas.” It doesn’t need to be discussed in schools at all. If they’re going to reach any race science in schools, they should teach The Bell Curve. They aren’t ready for that conversation yet, though 🤐

  2. Disagree with him on this, the State will always be involved in the curriculum it has to be, you cannot have schools teaching exactly what they want because you need standardisation in exams to ensure you know how the pupils are performing, certain projects should not be taught in school (me for religion should never be a thing in school)..

  3. "It's designer hell" 🤣🤣🤣
    I wanna hear him talk strictly from his sense of humor for like an hour. It'd probably be so sharp. He probably holds back on so many good calls thinking like a clinician. If he just let his sarcasm go for one whole interview, it would probably be hilarious.

  4. If you want to get rid of government censorship in education, you have to get rid of government payment for education. Period. Because whatever government pays for it can regulate. Even the courts say this. You may also want to limit how much very wealthy people support certain schools too, perhaps. But the government simply should not be involved.

  5. His impartialness is a breath of fresh air, even tho he was born in Canada, he is American at heart, Both political parties are 💩, both have monopolized our country, and both are turning us against our own neighbors, our Two Party system has become stagnant and abused, and the sooner the American people realize that the sooner we can start to fix our country, the sad thing is the amount of sheep who can't even see it, and they will still go on to vote for Republicans and Democrats, George Washington tried warning us about Political Parties gaining to much power and Political Tribalism in his Farewell Speech, his Farewell speech should be taught in school

    ( Washington continues to advance his idea of the dangers of sectionalism and expands his warning to include the dangers of political parties to the country as a whole. These warnings are given in the context of the recent rise of two opposing parties within the government—the Democratic-Republican Party led by Jefferson, and Hamilton's Federalist Party. Washington had striven to remain neutral during a conflict between Britain and France brought about by the French Revolution, while the Democratic-Republicans had made efforts to align with France, and the Federalists had made efforts to ally with Great Britain.

    ( Washington recognizes that it is natural for people to organize and operate within groups such as political parties, but he also argues that every government has recognized political parties as an enemy and has sought to repress them because of their tendency to seek more power than other groups and to take revenge on political opponents.[4] He feels that disagreements between political parties weakened the government.

    Moreover, he makes the case that "the alternate domination" of one party over another and coinciding efforts to exact revenge upon their opponents have led to horrible atrocities, and "is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism." From Washington's perspective and judgment, political parties eventually and "gradually incline the minds of men to seek security… in the absolute power of an individual",[1] leading to despotism. He acknowledges the fact that parties are sometimes beneficial in promoting liberty in monarchies, but he argues that political parties must be restrained in a popularly elected government because of their tendency to distract the government from their duties, create unfounded jealousies among groups and regions, raise false alarms among the people, promote riots and insurrection, and provide foreign nations and interests access to the government where they can impose their will upon the country. )

    That's only a little bit, and I would of posted his actually words rather then a recap, if the American people of today wasn't so illiterate

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