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“Lock Them In and Burn It Down!”

Posted by V the K at 8:43 am - March 7, 2018.
Filed under: Violence on the Left

Jordan Peterson is getting the Emmanuel Goldstein treatment from the deranged left. His advocacy of common-sense and race-neutral meritocracy have earned him the label of “White Supremacist” from the race-obsessed Children of Marx and Stalin.

He was invited to give a speech at a college in Canuckistan, and a bunch of violent idiots protested. It looked something like this: (Language Warning Because Leftists Are Squawking.)

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A big part of the reason I’m a conservative (well, conservatarian) is that I don’t want to be one of these people. Yes, there are embarrassing people on the right, but they are quieter and fewer in number.

College guys, keep away from the girls with the pink-dyed hair. They’re the ones who want to #MeToo you.

In case you’re wondering why leftists want to make it illegal for you to own guns, it’s for the same reasons burglars want to make it illegal for you to lock your back door.

Oh, and also, leftists at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portlandia shouted down Christina Hoff Summers because they did not want her allowed to express her opinions which are at odds with radical feminist dogma.  Nine separate student groups demanded that she be silenced, including the usual suspects:

Signed by the school’s chapters of the National Lawyers Guild and Young Democratic Socialists of America, as well as law groups for women, immigrant, black, Latino, Jewish and LGBT students, the statement faulted Sommers for denying “the existence of male supremacy” and referring to dubious left-wing statistical claims as “myths.”



  1. Psychology professor and culture warrior Jordan B Peterson is a divisive figure.

    The American social critic Camille Paglia describes him as “the most important and influential Canadian thinker since Marshall McLuhan”, while US economist Tyler Cowen believes the bestselling author is “the most influential public intellectual in the western world”.

    But fellow University of Toronto professor Ira Wells has written a scathing article entitled “the professor of piffle”, describing Peterson as a mere YouTube star rather than a credible intellectual. Canadian magazine Macleans has labelled him “the stupid man’s smart person”.

    “He’s very much a cult thing, in every regard. I think he’s a goof, which does not mean he’s not dangerous,” Macleans columnist Tabatha Southey writes.

    So what does the 55-year-old professor believe and why is he so controversial? As a Globe and Mail headline puts it: Is it “high intellect, or just another angry white guy?”

    Comment by rusty — March 7, 2018 @ 9:58 am - March 7, 2018


    Comment by rusty — March 7, 2018 @ 9:58 am - March 7, 2018

  3. Tucker Carlson Tonight will have a month-long series on Wednesdays regarding “The Attack On Men”. The first installment airs tonight, with the guest being the always illuminating Dr Peterson.

    In order to keep up with the Justinians, evil, bigoted, self-loathing, not-really-a-feminist Christina Hoff Sommers was exposed to similar treatment south of the border at Portlandia State University earlier this week. The school’s ‘Diversity Dean’ strongly encouraged her to wrap up her continually interrupted presentation prematurely. Dr Sommers charitably opined that it may have been done out of concern for her safety; being less charitable, I’m going to say it was out of concern for the dean’s continued employment should she fail to satisfactorily appease the protesting mob.

    Comment by RSG — March 7, 2018 @ 10:01 am - March 7, 2018

  4. Macleans columnist Tabatha Southey

    Who is also, apparently, the ex-wife of comic/actor Dave Foley as well as the mother of his two sons. I might be inclined to understand why he divorced her.

    Comment by RSG — March 7, 2018 @ 10:14 am - March 7, 2018

  5. @ 1, The angry white guy is yourself, Rus

    Comment by James — March 7, 2018 @ 10:41 am - March 7, 2018

  6. Does rusty think he’s a contributor to GP now?

    Comment by TADFORD — March 7, 2018 @ 11:22 am - March 7, 2018

  7. But fellow University of Toronto professor Ira Wells has written a scathing article entitled “the professor of piffle”, describing Peterson as a mere YouTube star rather than a credible intellectual.

    Note: “scathing article” – “professor of piffle” – “(not a) credible intellectual.” Hopefully Ira Wells of the U of Trano has the “credible intellectual” metrics which he can share.

    Not having any other knowledge of Ira Wells, I am unable to know if his assessment of Jordon B. Peterson should be given any weight whatsoever. Unlike Rusty, when I read that Ira Wells has authored a “scathing article” on Peterson, my curiosity turns to the validity of what Wells claims rather than what he writes.

    Of course, Cut’nPaste Rusty is just looking for the tabloid scat and this is what he found.

    Note to Rusty: Please take the time and effort to bring us evidence that Ira Wells is a go-to expert on “credible intellectuals” and provide some evidence of Wells’ credentials on the subject. For instance, is Ira Wells a YouTube star for feeding the intellectual super-minds of the left?

    “He’s very much a cult thing, in every regard. I think he’s a goof, which does not mean he’s not dangerous,” Macleans columnist Tabatha Southey writes.

    “I think he’s a goof” says “columnist Tabatha Southey of Macleans. Which means what? That Tabatha Southey is the go-to expert on “goofs” and Macleans in the bible of fact checking and balanced journalism? Tabatha Southey writes in Macleans that Jordon B. Peterson is a “goof” — you can now rest assured that Jordon B. Peterson needs to be put down before he has a chance to breed.

    As a Globe and Mail headline puts it: Is it “high intellect, or just another angry white guy?”

    So, is the Globe and Mail a respected journal capable of identifying “high intellect” and a go-to resource for identifying the traits that make a person “an angry white guy?”

    And what is with this “white guy” language, shouldn’t that be “white person?”

    One thing is for certain, Rusty Cut’nPaste never disappoints when it comes to asshat contributions of little substance or meaning. That is not Tabatha Southey level of criticism. I bothered to parse Rusty Cut’nPaste’s bull crap before I labeled him.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 7, 2018 @ 11:25 am - March 7, 2018

  8. As RSG notes @ #3, Jordon B. Peterson has been spotted and now highlighted by Tucker Carlson.

    Tucker is bull-dozing his way to prominence in the old O’Reilly hour (8:00 pm) on FoxNews. Tucker is honing his craft and is smart enough to know when his whack-a-liberal-dingbat has worn out its novelty.

    Argument/Debate comes in two brands: Classical and Emotional. Classical debate is guided by the Aristotelian model of fact based debate and ferreting out invalid rhetoric by applying the rules which identify fallacious syllogisms and meaningless appeals to authority. Emotional debate focuses on bitch-slapping the opponent for not having righteous sentiments on the topic.

    Jordon B. Peterson has got the tool kit to deconstruct and undress emotional debate and leave the righteous bitch-slapper standing nude and helpless. Is that because he is an incompetent, racist, xenophobic, misogynistic, homophobic charlatan or a trained professional?

    Liberalism is a mental disease and who better to confront it than a Jordon B. Peterson who is armed with a clear understanding of how loons do their loonery?

    Clearly Jordon B. Peterson must be burned at the stake before he can do more damage.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 7, 2018 @ 11:47 am - March 7, 2018

  9. I didn’t really know a whole lot about Jordan Petersen other than he had written a book. Lucky for me, Ace posted this interview with him on Adam Carolla’s podcast on his blog the other day. I’m wondering if Rusty has even ever bothered to listen to the man before dismissing him so breezily. What he says isn’t far-fetched or out there. It’s basic common sense, which I know isn’t so common any more. (I can see why all the snooty, pretentious, Mumbo Jumbo liberals hate him—because he distills things down to simple truths and addressses them with core common sense values; he says crazy things that go against all the faux constructs that liberals have prevaricated and exposes their shallow vanities and fallacies)

    Comment by runningrn — March 7, 2018 @ 11:49 am - March 7, 2018

  10. Oh, and here’s the Carolla podcast link for those interested:

    Comment by runningrn — March 7, 2018 @ 11:50 am - March 7, 2018

  11. Just a note about overly oxidized Rusty’s first paragraph blithering. Leftist commies use of the concept/word divisive continues two make me laugh. An ongoing joke. As if everyone needs to march to their particular Marxist drum. As if no one remembers these people shoving ruinous Obamacare down the throats of everyone in the country, as if no one remembers the hideous Twisted alterations to our society that the Obama thing promoted and their civilians and acted.

    Anyone that knows anything about American history knows that American society has been divided from the beginning by several issues and several factions. But at no point in history has any faction been more disastrous and pathetic than the US Democratic Party of today. Anti-American, anti- Constitution, and anti-individualism.

    No, I will not let it pass by me without slashing its throat.

    Comment by Hanover — March 7, 2018 @ 11:59 am - March 7, 2018

  12. “lock them in and burn it down.” oh the famous liberal civility.

    Comment by salg — March 7, 2018 @ 12:23 pm - March 7, 2018

  13. For a bunch of “anti-fascists,” they sure do seem to be enamored of actions that actual fascists committed…

    Comment by Sean L — March 7, 2018 @ 12:45 pm - March 7, 2018

  14. That J. Peterson is considered far right by these morons is indicative of how far left they have become. He seems to me to be much more of an old school liberal who believes in rationality along with moderation.As a religious apologist I think he’s more along the lines of other people I know who don’t literally believe in Christian dogma but do believe in the metaphorical truths of religion (particularly Christianity) and it’s importance to cultural continuity. Personally I think Christianity does two things brilliantly; 1. removes Utopia until after death (not possible for humans in reality) and 2. Consolidated sacrifice into one symbolic ultimate sacrifice (son of god) to eliminate the ancient practice of real sacrifices of animals and even human beings. I’m sure there are more, as well as drawbacks, but these two seem very important to me.

    Comment by Rex — March 7, 2018 @ 12:54 pm - March 7, 2018

  15. When our constitution was written, it was the most liberal form of sovereignty in the world. Thus, the founders were classical liberals. We “conservatives” of 2018 are trying to preserve that classical liberalism alive and healthy. That is the job of conservation. There is always change, but it must be balanced with continuity to avoid the change being a cancer.

    FDR slipped some socialism into the mix and the modern liberals got behind the “change” that would bring about “the new tomorrow.” Starting primarily with Woodrow Wilson, the “progressives” stole the spotlight and set out to make the government sovereign over the people and take on the role of wealth redistribution all in the guise of “equality” and “general welfare.”

    The mental disease of the modern “liberal” is the belief that the government solution is the best and only choice. The government actors are the elite who feel compelled to exercise power over the hoi polloi because non-liberals are a danger to themselves and must be moderated, reeducated and controlled.

    You can not feed a liberal and satisfy him. The liberal thrives on discontent and calling out “inequality.” For the liberal, “compromise” means total agreement with the liberal hysteria.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 7, 2018 @ 1:18 pm - March 7, 2018

  16. @15 “…and take on the role of wealth distribution all in the guise of “equality” and “general welfare.” that is what socialists say but not what socialism does. socialism concentrates all wealth in the hands of the few, i.e. the ruling class. this is the economic system that had existed since the dawn of organized societies. every dictatorship in history had some form of a socialist economic system. the worker had no right to the fruits of their labor. then came the industrial revolution and the growth of capitalism with the idea that the worker was entitled to the fruits of their labor no matter how much or how meager they were. this idea of the worker’s right to the fruits of their labor without a prior claim by a ruling class is what led to the spread of republican governments. there was no divine right to rule, no hereditary right to rule, no right to rule by military conquest, only the right to rule with the consent of the governed. it was these revolutionary ideas that I think marx revolted against. his goal was to return to the authoritarian governments that dominated prior to the industrial revolution. the manifesto is a polemic against the ideas of representative government and an economic system in which the ruling class didn’t have first claim of the fruits of the workers labor. socialism is the complete opposite of what the socialists claim. it is the most unjust economic system ever. socialism does not spread wealth rather it concentrates in the hands of the few. socialism take every incentive to work away from the worker and enslaves the worker to a ruling class rather then liberate them. it is capitalism that does for the worker what the socialist claims socialism does. capitalism has spread more wealth among more people then any economic system. it is capitalism that created the middle class,. and it is capitalism that gave workers an inalienable right to what they worked for. I have no objection to anyone practicing socialism, my objection is to their insisting that I practice socialism like the totalitarians they are. if the socialists want to pool their money, divvy it up equally among themselves, they should do so and live happily ever after. afterall it is a free country and people have been doing it since the country was founded. it is the socialists totalitarian insistence that everyone practice socialism and only socialism that is the root of about 90% of the conflict in this country.

    Comment by salg — March 7, 2018 @ 5:34 pm - March 7, 2018

  17. I’m guessing these people have no real use. Just a guess…

    Comment by RGB — March 7, 2018 @ 5:51 pm - March 7, 2018

  18. @1

    Now that’s weird, because I would pick Jordan B Peterson as role model #2 for my sons, and I have no intent to raise them to be part of the Epitomic Divisive and Antagonistic “school of thought” / “church” / actual cult that is — The Left.

    Maybe that’s because the latter pathetically failed to brainwash me against my father’s will 30 something years ago — “who knows!”

    Comment by Cyril J. — March 7, 2018 @ 7:15 pm - March 7, 2018

  19. @11

    Just a note about overly oxidized Rusty’s first paragraph blithering. Leftist commies use of the concept/word divisive continues two make me laugh. An ongoing joke. As if everyone needs to march to their particular Marxist drum.

    A m e n .


    […] It is evident that the socialists set out in quest of an artificial social order only because they deemed the natural order to be either bad or inadequate; and they deemed it bad or inadequate only because they felt that men’s interests are fundamentally antagonistic, for, otherwise, they would not have had recourse to coercion.

    It is not necesary to force into harmony things that are inherently harmonious.

    Therefore they have found fundamental antagonisms everywhere:

    Between the property owner and the worker.

    Between capital and labor.

    Between the common people and the bourgeoisie.

    Between agriculture and industry.

    Between the farmer and the city-dweller.

    Between the native-born and the foreigner.

    Between the producer and the consumer.

    Between civilization and the social order.

    Or, to sum it all up in a single phrase:

    Between personal liberty and a harmonious social order.

    And this explains how it happens that, although they have a kind of sentimental love for humanity in their hearts,

    HATE flows from their lips.

    Each of them RESERVES all his love for the society that HE has DREAMED UP;

    but the natural society in which it is our lot to live cannot be destroyed soon enough to suit THEM,

    so that from its ruins may rise the New Jerusalem


    — Frederic Bastiat

    “Year?” you ask?

    Oh, yeah, that’s right — no later than 1850, in “Economic Harmonies”.

    Indeed, maybe @1 might want to consider trying…

    harder 😀

    Comment by Cyril J. — March 7, 2018 @ 7:23 pm - March 7, 2018

  20. Harder. Harder. Harder.

    Please 😀

    Comment by Cyril J. — March 7, 2018 @ 7:25 pm - March 7, 2018

  21. For those of us with a greater-than-average dose of morbid curiosity, that is how Dr. Peterson handled such events earlier on (3/2017) at McMaster U:

    with transcript subtitles for what cannot get thru the noise.

    Comment by Cyril J. — March 7, 2018 @ 11:34 pm - March 7, 2018

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