Jordan Peterson’s Thoughts on Andrew Tate
By Jordan B Peterson Clips
Dr. Peterson discusses Andrew Tate and the masculine movement happening across the world.
Here’s what others had to say:
A conversation between JP and Andrew Tate would break the internet.
Jordan is not only a brilliant man,he is also a true gentleman. Such a great example for boys and young men throughout the world.
What an incredibly balanced and humble response. He is a master at responding proportionately. He doesn’t participate in wholesale condemnation. That’s refreshing in an era that’s characterized by reflexive hyperbolic responses to anyone who captures the public consciousness in today’s world.
Listening to Jordan Peterson on any matter is truly captivating and enlightening. His professionalism and depth of knowledge make him an exceptional speaker. Whether he’s delving into philosophical concepts or offering insights on contemporary phenomena like the Andrew Tate phenomenon, his approach never fails to engage and stimulate the mind. It’s always a privilege to hear his perspectives and learn from his expertise!
Good to see someone that can articulate their perceived pros and cons of someone without absolutes or just putting him in one category or another. Not a lot of nuance these days so it’s good to see it.
In every response this man gives one could only conclude that he sticks to his own truth. Meaning he never deviates from his own true self opinion. Which is why he always knows how to answer because he without distraction speaks from his own fundamental feelings. He knows his morals and he stays honest to them.
Well said by arguably the greatest speaker of our time. Whenever my friends refer to “red pill” personalities I always pivot and refer to JBP. Thank you for your lessons on true manhood.
Huge respect for Peterson. Its not often you hear “I do not know enough about this subject to share my opinion about it”
It’s so refreshing to hear someone admit that they don’t know much about a subject or a person, and reserve judgment explicitly because of that. I also find it affirming, as I’ve gotten a lot of heat and argument over the years for insisting on the right to not give an opinion if I don’t feel I have enough information to have an informed opinion.
Absolutely Immaculate style Mr Peterson. Creative, authentic and blends in perfectly with the background. Mastery.
Journalists, reporters and presenters take note. This is a correct, fair and eloquently presented observation or commentary on the increase of popularity and admiration for Andrew Tate around the world.
Today’s media needs to learn how to have more reservations, self-respect, self-control and discipline while making commentaries on today’s issues so that the truth itself will appeal to the audience.