Standing Up for What You Believe In

Nothing was your own except the few cubic centimeters inside your skull.
“1984” by George Orwell

I’m currently still learning about the issue, but — damn, kudos to Professor Jordan Peterson for standing up for what he believes in. And the personal attacks the two other debaters make against him — and the way the so-called moderator behaves … waow. And despite being on the hot seat, he did not even get the last word.

BTW, that’s an university debate. It does not look this way (but then again, Oxford happened), because it’s three against one.

You find more about Professor Peterson on his channel or on some other channels (Rubin Report, The Saad Truth), update: Sargon of Akkad).

And in two things he is definitely right: They will come for his license — and we’re next.

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