Jordan Peterson discloses what he TRULY thought of former Prime Minister Scott Morrison

Controversial After meeting ex-prime minister Scott Morrison in Canberra, Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson was at a loss for words when asked to divulge his opinions on Morrison.

Dr Peterson and ex-PM Scott Morrison met in Canberra on Thursday. Asked later what he thought of the former prime minister, Dr Peterson at first appeared unsure. 'Well, I thought, I thought that he was¿ what was my impression?'
Thursday, while on a speaking tour of Australia, Dr. Peterson visited the nation’s capital and addressed a gathering of conservative legislators at Parliament House.

Mr. Morrison was spotted in the front row of the crowd, captivated by the words of the author of 12 Rules for Life, who has become an internationally renowned voice on social and cultural concerns.

Both men shared images of their meeting on social media, following which Dr. Peterson was approached at an airport and asked what he thought of Mr. Morrison.

On Thursday, Dr. Peterson and ex-Prime Minister Scott Morrison met in Canberra. Later, when asked what he thought of the former prime minister, Dr. Peterson seemed uncertain. “Well, I believed, I believed that he was… what was my impression?”

Mr Morrison was seen front and centre in the audience as Dr Peterson gave a speech to a select group of conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday, apparently entranced by the words of the 12 Rules for Life author

Dr. Peterson delivered a lecture to a small group of conservative MPs at Parliament House on Thursday, and Mr. Morrison was spotted front and center in the crowd, captivated by the 12 Rules for Life author’s ideas.

“Well, I believed, I believed that he was… what was my perception? Dr. Peterson told the news website Crikey that he was first hesitant about his view of the former prime minister.

According to reports, he hesitated for many seconds while gathering his thoughts.

“We had a pleasant talk.

He is quite knowledgeable about energy policy. I was really interested in speaking with him about his reactions to unimpressive events such as [climate change conference] COP26.

“And when I asked him why, he stated that it was largely posture, which it is, and it was encouraging to see that he had a clear understanding of this.”

Mr. Morrison stated in a Facebook post that he loved chatting with Dr. Peterson.Both men later posted photos of their meeting on social media. 'He makes a lot of sense,' Mr Morrison commented on his Facebook post

Mr. Morrison said, “He is really logical.”

Both men shared photographs of their meeting on social media thereafter. On his Facebook post, Mr. Morrison replied, “He makes a lot of sense.”

In a speech organized by Queensland Nationals senator Matt Canavan, Dr. Peterson told an audience that included Mr. Morrison, former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce, and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson that Australian politicians must “fight for cheaper energy, smaller government, and the nuclear family.”

Dr. Peterson told an audience that included Mr. Morrison, former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce, and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson that Australian politicians must “fight for cheaper energy, less government, and the nuclear family.”

In the speech organised by Queensland Nationals senator Matt Canavan, Dr Peterson told an audience that included Mr Morrison, ex-Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce and One Nation leader Pauline Hanson that Australia's politicians needed to 'fight for cheaper energy, smaller government and the nuclear family'

In addition, he urged the gathering lawmakers to preserve capitalism and promote “individual responsibility” among youth.

The Canadian professor informed the limited audience that his tour audiences consisted of conservatives, classical liberals, and lapsed progressives.

“Each of these individuals seems like a lone voice in the wilderness, yet there are many of them. In reality, they constitute the majority of the population, according to the Australian Financial Review.

He informed the audience, “I began experimenting with the idea of constructing a centralized vision that ran against to the woke messianism that characterizes our times.”A report into Mr Morrison's holding of multiple cabinet portfolios during the Covid-19 pandemic comes as former treasurer Josh Frydenberg (pictured) revealed to journalist Niki Savva he saw no reason why the ex-PM had appointed himself to his portfolio in 2021, and was yet to apologise for doing so

In my social media talks and lectures, as well as behind the scenes politically, I’ve been meeting with folks from Europe, the United Kingdom, and the United States to explore how to build a vision in opposition to the hypocritical globalist utopians.

A report into Mr Morrison’s holding of 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 had yet to apologise for doing so.

On Friday, retired High Court judge Virginia Bell is due to release a report on Mr. Morrison’s nomination to numerous cabinet roles during the Covid-19 epidemic. The study is anticipated to reignite the former prime minister’s prominence in the news.

Mr Morrison’s former treasurer Josh Frydenberg stated to journalist Niki Savva that he saw no reason why the former prime minister promoted himself to his position in 2021, and that he had not yet apologized for doing so.

‘The fact that he did take it, and that it was not disclosed to me and others, was wrong and extremely disheartening. It was an outrageous overreach,’ added Mr. Frydenberg.During his rise to fame, Dr Peterson has described himself as a 'professor against political correctness'

Senator Canavan ridiculed on Twitter Thursday Australians who were disappointed with Dr. Peterson’s invitation to express his controversial ideas in Parliament House.

He tweeted, “The leftist breakdown on Jordan Peterson is funny… much better than the talk.”

Dr. Peterson has identified himself as a “professor against political correctness” during his climb to stardom.

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

Dr. Peterson has identified himself as a “professor against political correctness” during his climb to stardom.

The 60-year-old man has been very outspoken on masculinity and has previously declared that the male spirit is “under attack.”

In June, Dr. Peterson was barred from Twitter after tweeting that actor Elliot Page had his breasts removed by a “criminal physician.”

He also used his prior name, Ellen, which transgender people describe to as dead-naming and which many find disrespectful.

Simultaneously, he asserted that Russia was pressured to attack Ukraine in order to halt the development of ‘degeneracy’ in America’s gender cultural warfare.

In an editorial post, Dr. Peterson wondered, “Are we degraded in a deeply worrisome way?” I believe the answer to be likely affirmative.

The history of Dr. Peterson’s controversies

2016: Criticized proposed Canadian legislation that would prohibit discrimination based on “gender identity or gender expression” on the grounds that it would harm freedom of expression.

In 2017, it was asserted that “the concept of white privilege is utterly abhorrent” since “most individuals have a variety of privileges.”

While discussing the problem of masculinity, he told Channel 4 that males must “grow the heck up” and “accept responsibilities” in 2018. Also said that the gender wage difference was not “exclusively related to gender.”

Cambridge University revoked Peterson’s fellowship in 2019 after receiving a storm of criticism for advertising a ten-part lecture series.

2020: Peterson’s daughter Mikhaila reported that he was hospitalized in Russia due to a serious benzodiazepine habit. She stated that he ‘almost died many times… due to what the Western medical system did to him’

Late in the year 2020, Penguin Random House Canada attempts to prevent the publishing of Peterson’s self-help book Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, labeling him a “symbol of white supremacy and hate speech.”

Tells The Sunday Times that he became suicidal as a result of his benzodiazepine addiction and that he was hospitalized in Russia in an induced coma.

May 2022: Calls the plus-size Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model “ugly” and claims that “no amount of authoritarian tolerance can change that.”


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