Jordan Peterson reveals what he REALLY thought of ex-PM Scott Morrison

Controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson struggled to muster a response when asked to reveal his thoughts on former Prime Minister Scott Morrison after the pair met in Canberra.

Dr Peterson, currently on a speaking tour of Australia, visited the nation’s capital and addressed a group of Conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday.

Mr. Morrison was seen front and center in the audience, apparently entranced by the words of the author of 12 Rules for Life, who has become an internationally popular figure for his insight into social and cultural issues.

Both men subsequently posted photos of their meeting on social media before Dr. Peterson was stopped at an airport gate to ask what he thought of Mr. Morrison after their meeting.

Dr Peterson and former Prime Minister Scott Morrison met in Canberra on Thursday.  When asked later what he thought of the former prime minister, Dr. Peterson at first seemed unsure.  'Well, I thought, I thought he was... what was my impression?'

Dr Peterson and former Prime Minister Scott Morrison met in Canberra on Thursday. When asked later what he thought of the former prime minister, Dr. Peterson at first seemed unsure. ‘Well, I thought, I thought he was… what was my impression?’

Mr Morrison was seen front and center in the audience as Dr Peterson delivered a speech to a select group of Conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday, apparently fascinated by the words of the author of 12 Rules for Life .

Mr Morrison was seen front and center in the audience as Dr Peterson delivered a speech to a select group of Conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday, apparently fascinated by the words of the author of 12 Rules for Life .

Mr Morrison was seen front and center in the audience as Dr Peterson delivered a speech to a select group of Conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday, apparently fascinated by the words of the author of 12 Rules for Life .

‘Well, I thought, I thought he was… what was my impression?’ Dr. Peterson told the news website Crikeyapparently at first unsure what his impression of the former prime minister was.

He reportedly paused for several moments while collecting his thoughts.

‘Well, we had a good talk.

He is well versed in energy policy. I was very interested in talking to him about his reactions to events like [climate change conference] COP26, which did not impress him.

“And I asked him why, and it was for reasons, I guess, he thought it was mainly because of the posture, which it is, and it was good to see that he was clear-headed about it.”

In a Facebook post, Mr. Morrison said that he liked meeting up for a chat with Dr. Peterson.

“It makes a lot of sense,” Mr. Morrison commented.

Both men later posted photos of their meeting on social media. “Makes a lot of sense,” Morrison commented on his Facebook post.

In the speech hosted by Queensland Nationals Senator Matt Canavan, Dr Peterson told an audience including Mr Morrison, former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson that politicians of Australia needed to “fight for cheaper energy, smaller government and the nuclear family”. ‘

Earlier in the speech hosted by Queensland Nationals Senator Matt Canavan, Dr Peterson told an audience including Mr Morrison, former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson that politicians of Australia needed to “fight for cheaper energy, smaller government and nuclear power”. family’.

He also urged the assembled politicians to defend capitalism and encourage ‘individual responsibility’ among young people.

The Canadian professor told the select group that his tour audience was made up of “conservatives, classical liberals and canceled progressives.”

‘All these people feel like voices in the desert, but they are many. In fact, they are the majority of people in all probability,” reported the Australian Financial Review.

“I started to toy with the idea of ​​developing a centralized vision that was contrary to the awakened messianism that characterizes modern times,” he told the audience.

“I’ve been organizing around that in my discussions and presentations on social media, and also behind the scenes politically, meeting with people in Europe, the UK and the US about formulating a vision that goes against of the globalist utopian hypocrites”.

A report on Mr Morrison's holding multiple cabinet portfolios during the Covid-19 pandemic comes as former treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) revealed to journalist Niki Savva that he saw no reason why the former prime minister had appointed himself to his portfolio in 2021, and was still unapologetic for doing so

A report on Mr Morrison's holding multiple cabinet portfolios during the Covid-19 pandemic comes as former treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) revealed to journalist Niki Savva that he saw no reason why the former prime minister had appointed himself to his portfolio in 2021, and was still unapologetic for doing so

A report on Mr Morrison’s holding multiple cabinet portfolios during the Covid-19 pandemic comes as former treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) revealed to journalist Niki Savva that he saw no reason why the former prime minister had appointed himself to his portfolio in 2021, and was still unapologetic for doing so

Morrison is expected to dominate political headlines again on Friday after former Superior Court Justice Virginia Bell delivers a report on the former prime minister’s appointment of himself to various cabinet portfolios during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The report will come as Morrison’s former treasurer Josh Frydenberg revealed to journalist Niki Savva that he saw no reason why the former prime minister had appointed himself to his portfolio in 2021 and was yet to apologize for doing so.

“The fact that he took it, and it was not transparent to me and others, was wrong and deeply disappointing. It was an extreme overreach,” Frydenberg said.

On Thursday, Senator Canavan taunted Australians on Twitter who were unimpressed with Dr Peterson’s invitation to air his controversial views at Parliament House.

“The southpaw meltdown on Jordan Peterson is hilarious…even better than the talk,” he wrote.

During his rise to fame, Dr. Peterson described himself as a “professor against political correctness.”

Dr. Peterson, a psychologist and professor emeritus at the University of Toronto, is a controversial figure due to his conservative views on free speech, gender identification, and climate change.

During his rise to fame, Dr. Peterson described himself as a “professor against political correctness.”

The 60-year-old has been particularly outspoken about masculinity, having previously stated that the masculine spirit is “under assault.”

Dr. Peterson was suspended from Twitter in June after he tweeted that a “crime doctor” removed movie star Elliot Page’s breasts.

She also used her previous name, Ellen, a practice that transgender people refer to as ‘dead-naming’, and which many find offensive.

Around the same time, he claimed that Russia was pushed into invading Ukraine to prevent the spread of the “degeneracy” of America’s gender culture wars.

“Are we degenerates, in a deeply threatening way?” Dr. Peterson asked in an opinion piece. I think the answer to that could well be yes.

Inside Dr. Peterson’s Past Scandals

2016: Proposed Canadian legislation that would ban discrimination based on “gender identity or gender expression” was criticized, claiming it would threaten freedom of expression.

2017: Claimed that ‘the idea of ​​white privilege is absolutely reprehensible’ because ‘most people have all kinds of privilege’

2018: Told UK TV Channel 4 that men need to ‘grow up like a demon’ and ’embrace responsibilities’ while discussing the crisis of masculinity. He also claimed that the gender pay gap was not ‘just about sex’

2019: Cambridge University withdrew Peterson’s scholarship after facing furious backlash for announcing a ten-part lecture series

2020: Peterson’s daughter, Mikhaila, revealed that he had been hospitalized in Russia after developing a severe dependency on benzodiazepines, anti-anxiety drugs. She claimed that she “almost died multiple times… from what the medical system did to her in the West.”

Late 2020: Staff at Penguin Random House Canada attempt to block publication of his self-help book Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, branding Peterson an “icon of white supremacy and hate speech.”

2021: Tells The Sunday Times that he had committed suicide as a result of his benzodiazepine dependency, sharing that he had to be put into an induced coma while hospitalized in Russia.

May 2022: Calls the plus-size Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model ‘not beautiful’, further stating that ‘no amount of authoritarian tolerance is going to change that.’

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