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Documentary: A Glitch in the Matrix (David Fuller production)

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Sometimes there’s a glitch in the matrix where the limitations of the old operating system are laid bare and something new pokes through They’ve been dozens of responses to the jordan peterson channel for interview already. What makes this one different? Well, I have a pretty unique perspective in October last year I went to Toronto to interview Jordan Peterson at his home you came in from where I came in from London last night, I turned the interview into the first full-length documentary about Jordan Peterson’s ideas I Was pretty sure he’d soon become a lot more famous and be recognized as one of the most significant public thinkers but I couldn’t possibly have predicted how he’d break through to a mass audience a few weeks later Peterson did an interview with journalist Kathy Newman on Channel four News in the UK a Program I worked on as a reporter and producer for ten years It was a sensation Millions watched it online Tens of thousands commented an overwhelming majority felt Peterson had been unfairly represented And in the week since it hasn’t stopped Peterson has been asked about it constantly on the most high-profile online shows 12 rules for life so without reading this So what you’re saying is There’s only 12 things you need to do in life right, that’s it well yeah this This interview that you just did with this woman Kathy Newman shit was that in the UK it was Channel 4 UK so what does this glitch say about the state of mainstream media and the culture at large By diagnosis of what’s actually happening is that people are moving further and further away from? what is what thinking actually is I’m at or more into merely running a script and What does Jordan Peterson actually think that’s so controversial you are? misrepresented more than anyone I know in a weird way. You are villainized in a weird way where I can’t believe that these people are honestly looking at your opinions and Coming up with these conclusions. I believe this encounter struck such a nerve because it’s a cultural watershed moment But seen properly as Peterson would say it’s archetypal in that it contains layers and layers of meaning That go right to the heart of the biggest rift. We’re seeing playing out in the culture Over the next 50 minutes. I’m gonna do my best to unpack it From the clash between new and old media. There’s also why YouTube is gonna kill TV Because television by its nature all of these narrow broadcast technologies they rely on forcing the story all the way down to the mythological an Archetypal level I thought of ideologies as fragmentary mythologies That’s where they get their archetypal and psychological power, but in the postmodern world and this seems to be something that’s increasingly Seeping out into the culture at large you have nothing but the tyrannical father nothing But the destructive force of masculine consciousness and nothing, but the benevolent Benevolent great mother and it’s a it’s an appalling ideology, and it seems to me that it’s sucking the vitality Which is exactly what you’d expect symbolically It’s sucking the vitality of her culture and to ask how do we move forward constructively rather than just adding to the polarization? I’ve been a journalist for 16 years in the newsrooms of the BBC in channel 4 and then making documentaries I moved away from the frontline of news some time ago and started learning psychology Which is what first drew me to Jordan Peterson? from a distance I’ve started to see the blind spots of the establishment media much more clearly I Spent some of the best years of my working life at Channel 4 News and have a huge amount of respect And gratitude to the program But I’m making this film because I feel so strongly that if we can’t have open conversations about the kind of topics Peterson is raising We’re in serious trouble My book went up to number two and on amazon.com in the US the next day right it’s number one in Canada it’s number three in the UK all on Amazon I Couldn’t have asked for more publicity right and so I could also be sitting back and saying well. You know she tried to My a person who regarded herself as my ideological opponent Tried to go after my philosophy and my reputation on national TV Failed brutally and has been taken apart for it. It’s like This is a good day, but I don’t regard it as a good day. I don’t think it’s a good day I think that it’s evidence of the Instability of the times that we’re in it would have been much better For me and for everyone else if what we would have had was a real conversation You said that it’s actually a sign of the times where things could go really wrong for all of us really soon Yeah, we’re playing with fire. Yeah, what do you mean by this? Can you can you elaborate? Well things go wrong in cultures all the time right you get you get the polarization Increases until people start to act it out Peterson is one of a new breed of thinkers made famous almost completely by the internet not the broadcast media Part of a powerful new informal network being called the intellectual dark web The mainstream media is based on an old dying model that is being replaced by new media And new technology so quickly that its faults are becoming glaringly obvious Fortunately, thanks to YouTube podcasting and however else you get shows like this one the mainstream media’s stranglehold on information Which really is a stranglehold on your ability to think clearly about the issues of the day is crumbling at an incredible rate? Now the question is who and what will replace it a few months ago one of my favorite people to sit across this table from Eric Weinstein came up with the phrase Intellectual dark web to describe this eclectic mix of people from Sam Harris to Ben Shapiro to his brother Brett Weinstein to jordan Peterson all of whom are figuring out ways to have the important and often dangerous Conversations that are completely ignored by the mainstream It’s why I would argue that this collection of people are actually more influential at this point than whatever collection of cable news pundits you can come up with If you think I’m being hyperbolic about the growing influence of this group just check the traction that these people get on Twitter or Facebook Compared to our mainstream competitors twitter may not be real life as I say in my Twitter bio But it is some barometer of what the zeitgeist is right now what unites this group of thinkers is a sense that the set of ideas that have run Western culture for years are breaking down and That the chaos of the moment is the attempt to find new ones It’s nearly all happening online part of the problem that we have right now in our culture is Trying to diagnose the level at which the discussion should be taking place And I think the reason that this is a tumultuous time is because it actually is a time for discussion of first principles and it’s that first principles are Virtually at the level of theology because the first principles are the things that you assume and then move forwards like well What should we assume well the dignity of the human soul let’s start with that you can’t treat yourself properly without assuming that you Have a relationship with another person you can’t stabilize your family You can’t have a functional society, so what does it mean for this human soul to have dignity? well The part of the idea is that you’re participating in Creation itself and you do that with your actions in your language And you get to decide whether you’re tilting the world a bit more towards heaven or a bit more towards hell And that’s actually what you’re doing so that’s a place where the literal and the metaphorical truth comes together and people are very They’re terrified of that idea as they should be because it’s a massive responsibility They also argue that the central problem is polarization boosted by social media Peterson’s work looks at how people are hard-wired to see the world differently a lot of what determines your political orientation is Biological temperament far more than people realize so for example left-leaning people liberals, let’s say although that’s kind of MIS misnomer, but We’ll keep with the terminology liberals are high in a trait called openness, which is one of the big five personality traits And it’s associated with interest in abstraction and interest in aesthetics it’s the best predictor of liberal political leaning and they’re low in trait conscientiousness, which is dutifulness and and Orderliness in particular whereas the Conservatives are the opposite? They’re high in conscientiousness They’re dutiful and orderly and they’re low in openness and that makes them really good managers and administers ministers and often businessman But not very good entrepreneurs Because the entrepreneurs are almost all drawn from the liberal types and so These are really fundamental fundamentally biologically predicated differences, and they’re you might think about them as different sets of Opportunities and limitations, and and certainly different ways of screening the world and Each of those different temperamental types needs the other type Let’s call this a diversity issue if you start understanding that the person that you’re talking to who doesn’t share your political views isn’t Stupid that’s the first thing necessarily. They might be but so might you be no stupid. He isn’t the Differences in intelligence are not the prime determinant of differences in political belief All right so you might be talking to someone who’s More conscientious and less creative than you if you’re if you happen to be a liberal But that doesn’t mean that that person’s perspective is not valid And it doesn’t mean that they wouldn’t outperform you in some domains because they would so one thing to remember is People actually do see the world differently. It’s not merely that they that they’re possessed of love ilie informed opinions the whole point of the dava democracy is to Continue the dialogue between people of different Temperamental types so that we don’t move so far to the right that everything becomes encapsulated and stone and doesn’t move or so far to the left and everything dissolves in a kind of Mealy-mouthed chaos and the only way that you can you can navigate between those two Shoals is by is through discussion, which is why free speech is such an important value It’s the thing that keeps the temperamental types from being at each other’s throats in The aftermath of the Trump election that came as such a shock to most of the media One of the most widely shared analysis pieces was from deep code It describes how the establishment mainstream media perspective based around liberal values of openness and inclusivity He calls the blue church is being challenged by a new web-based insurgency a red religion based on the values of tribalism The culture were the the 20th century was a decisive success for blue any effectively a route for red So what we see first is that red was forced to move into a deeply exploratory phase Second that it did this in a context Where as it turns out? things were changing meaningfully quite significantly in fact it from my perspective in a world historical level the emergence of entirely new forms of communication and therefore entirely new sense-making and coherence He concludes that the blue church is in the process of collapse as its dominant ideology Can’t adapt to changing reality But that a combination of the two sets of values of blue and red is essential we are conscious and Effective in the world in groups, not as individuals and the ingredients of those groups Include aspects that are currently showing up as both red and blue I Propose somewhat strongly that Neither red nor blue as pure Elements contain the ingredients necessary to actually be adaptive to reality This is a disaster in fact It’s a little bit like Separating the hand and the eye Now you’re the eye can see if the eye takes itself as being the essence of virtue it separates itself from the ability to do The same thing with the hand for most of human history these groups have actually always commingled They’re necessary that they actually relate to each other in a deeply healthy and direct fashion their separations into armed camps is Extinction area actually you know the values of red that you think blue needs to integrate you also may also reintegrate. Oh well That’s actually pretty easy Responsibility I mean we’ve actually even seen it The ability to Make a commitment and keep it Which which by the way ideologically shows up is either duty or loyalty, but those are both ideologies the the deeper sense is that ability Responsibility both of the individual in the group level the ability to actually really make a Personal sacrifice on the part of the group that’s actually a deeply read value and I don’t mean that by the way as Politically ideological certainly there are people who? Are currently part of blue who feel that deeply what I’m saying is that that shows up much much more intensely in Read and when you’re feeling it in blue. You’re actually feeling a red value, and that’s good mixing is crucial Because that’s very Jordan Peterson esque – How would you how do you define Jordan Peterson? Or do you think the fact the issue is that he is is not definable within one of those two camps Yeah, I think that’s the point I think that he grasps directly the fact that human beings can only actually make sense of the world by virtue of communication with other human beings and this is all about the notion of admixture that one must have a mixture of of What I mean he uses the mythopoetic to make sense the order order and chaos The way right the taoist way is the alchemical admixture of order and chaos And that’s it like that’s how you do it, and so if you bias towards orderliness You find yourself in a rigid non adaptive non creative non exploratory framework Which will die because the world changes if you bias towards chaos You you eat your young and evaporate Which also ties for obvious reasons? And the key is to actually enable these things to be in relationship with each other and vital healthy relationship with each other, and I think that’s in some sense the essence of what he’s Focusing on and instead of the core what he’s asking about Peterson is hard for the broadcast media to get a handle on Because the depth of his thought means he doesn’t fit easily into any of their categories The clash with Kathy Newman was his breakthrough a moment where the new world met the old To give the context from Kathy Newman side she has to do dozens of interviews each month Peterson is hard to get a grip on and he sure as hell looks controversial She’s also focused on getting sound bites for a five minute cut down of the interview for TV. Not a long conversation for online The interview was ridiculous. It was a ridiculous interviewing. I listen to it or watched it several times I was like this is so strange It’s like her determination to turn into a conflict – it’s one of the issues that I have with Television shows yeah, because they have a very limited amount of time, and they’re trying to make things as salacious as possible They wouldn’t have these sound bites these clickbait sound bites And she just went into it incredibly confrontational not trying to find your actual perspective But trying to force you to defend a non non realistic perspective. Yes well I was that I was the hypothetical villain of her imagination essentially. No this is also. Why YouTube is gonna kill TV Because television by its nature all of these narrow broadcast technologies they rely on forcing the story right because It has to happen now It has to happen in like often in five minutes because they only broadcast five minutes of that in interview They did put the whole thing up on YouTube to their credit It it it hasn’t ceased to amaze me yet. I think that they thought that the interview went fine after the interview Channel four News found themselves at the center of an online storm Which included some nasty personal and misogynistic attacks? It’s understandable that they just wanted it to go away But online is forever and as the center of gravity continues to shift away from traditional media this interview is I would argue a slow-motion and Continuing car crash for Channel 4’s credibility, so why did it happen? Partly the limitations of the medium of TV, but also because of the institutional political blindness of the mainstream media I’ve always considered myself of the liberal left, but especially since the election of Trump I’ve been trying to understand what happened and I’m convinced that the polarization We’re seeing is mainly driven by the shadow side of liberalism in particular where supposedly Inclusive social justice liberalism stops being inclusive and secretly judges and despises people that don’t think the same way the rebellion of Trump and brexit was a direct response as Yuri Harris argues in this article in Colet the new gatekeepers of the media have become a new bourgeoisie Enforcing a rigid etiquette and using the rights of the oppressed as an excuse to put forward a vision of the kind of society they personally want to live in on the surface level it’s about how a narrow social justice worldview embodied by Kathy Newman in the interview became the new status quo and How this institutional bias of much of the mainstream media? Means it can’t see or understand the forces that are challenging this new consensus The counterculture used to be on the left, but once it won. The culture war it left space for a new counterculture The biggest manifestation is the red pill phenomena which the mainstream media? Mistakenly assumes is the same thing as the OLT right? I was surprised to just discover the overlap between What I minute II particularly like Greek philosophy and stoicism and The alt-right who I’ve always thought of you know if I come across on the tour. I thought the most kind Swivel-eyed bogeymen you know completely unpalatable extremists in their in their basements and then to discover that You know a lot of them were a lot of people in stoicism were also really into the alt-right Made me wonder. What was going on and why? People like me were getting radicalized I’m drawn into if you explain. What stoicism is for Stoicism is basically an ancient Greek philosophy, which was became very popular in the Roman Empire You know with like the Emperor Marcus Aurelius was a stoic for example? And it’s in some ways like a Western form of Buddhism It’s like a therapy for the emotions it teaches you to take Responsibility for your thoughts to take and thereby to take some control over your emotions so in some ways it’s putting forward a model of strength and integrity and kind of resilience Amid adversity and rapid change so for that reason it’s become very popular in the last 10 years I Think this is also. Why from my perspective at least someone like Jordan Pederson Is often looked from the outside as being aligned with the alt-right because he has a similar message But it’s but there are crucial differences. I think between what we would consider I mean certainly white nationalism would be an essential part of the alt-right I would say of any useful definition, and yeah, that’s that’s certainly not characteristic of of Jordan Peterson from my experience No, there’s a crucial difference at least between stoicism and the alt-right Even though a lot of alt writers into stoicism in that stoicism, and and maybe Jordan Peterson as well I don’t know. I’m not an expert on him talk about the way to gain strength and maturity and power is Internal it’s to take responsibility for your own thoughts and feelings Whilst I think people sometimes men might look for that sense of power and control externally by suppressing or Segregating anyone who they feel threatened by whether that’s other colours or other sexualities or Gender so there’s a crucial difference there one is about kind of inner Integrity and and and just kind of being strong within yourself and the other is about trying to take control through the kind of exterior I Mean every public appearance that I’ve made that’s related to the sort of topics that were discussing is overwhelmingly men It’s like it’s like eighty-five to ninety percent And so I thought wow that’s weird like what the hell’s going on here exactly, and then the other thing. I’ve noticed is that? I’ve been talking a lot to the crowds that I’ve been talking to not about rights But about responsibility right because you can’t have the bloody converse. What are you doing? You can’t have the conversation about rights without the conversation about responsibility because your rights are my Responsibility that’s what they are Technically, so you just can’t have only half of that discussion, and we’re only having half that discussion the question is well What the hell are you leaving out if you only have that half of the discussion and the answer is what you’re leaving out Responsibility and then the question is well What are you leaving out if you’re leaving out responsibility and the answer might be well, maybe you’re leaving out the meaning of life That’s what it looks like to me. It’s like here you are Suffering away, what makes it worthwhile, right? You know you’re completely. Oh, you’re completely you have no idea what you’re You it’s almost impossible to describe how bad an idea that is responsibility That’s what gives life meaning It’s like lift a load Then you can tolerate yourself right because look at your useless Easily hurt easily killed. Why should you have any self-respect? That’s the story of the fall Pick something up and carry it pick make it heavy enough so that you can think yeah well Useless as I am at least I could move that from there to there well What’s really cool about that is that when I talk to these crowds about this the man’s eyes light and that’s very good I’ve seen that phenomena because I’ve been talking about this Mythological material for a long time and I can see when I’m watching crowds people you know their eyebrows lift their eyes let light up Because I put something together for them. That’s what mythological stories. Do so I’m not taking responsibility for that That’s what the stories do so I say the story and people go click click click You know in their eyes light up, but this responsibility thing That’s a whole new order of this is that young men are so hungry for that. It is unbelievable. It just blows me away It’s like really that’s what’s that’s the counterculture? Grow the hell up and do something useful really I could do that oh I’m so excited by that idea no one ever mentioned that before it’s like rights rights rights rights Jesus It’s it’s it’s appalling. It’s and and I feel that that’s deeply felt by the people who are who are coming out to To listen to these sorts of things to they’re they’ve had enough of that So and they better have because it’s it’s a non-productive mode of being responsibility man Peterson is part of the counterculture that he describes himself as a classic liberal and yet he’s frequently Described as right-wing by the media This is not limited to Peterson James d’amours infamous Google memo was described everywhere as an anti diversity screed Despite him specifically stating he wanted to encourage more diversity in the workplace Many believe that the Channel 4 interview was a significant moment in exposing this mindset as dogmatic reactionary and fixed so during the interview we see an example of a Delusional framework that is what appears to be largely incapable of perceiving and reacting to reality in real time but much more interesting is what happened afterwards which was the sort of the self-healing and policing mechanism of the larger social consensus of how when how the blue church Reactively goes about maintaining the integrity of its frame And so what ended up happened was there was a break in the frame there was a glitch in the matrix the Mechanisms of the blue church reacted to endeavor to control the frame and to convert it into a way of sense of Making sense of the what occurred that still maintained the integrity of its frame? Do you mean when they tried to characterize it as sort of? abusive trolls and you’re right hero, and all of that exactly exactly it’s sort of a to use of a military language it was a fallback position that was a Reactive almost instinctual and not almost in fact precisely instinct was that pure habit there was no Thoughtfulness or even strategic Action there it was if if X then Y and in this case Y is. Here’s a set of things that one does to re-establish the dominant frame and Now we’re now were two levels deep you know the first. Level was a sort of self-evident disaster, but then the second level was also a relatively self-evident disaster and There isn’t really a third level In this approach so it ends up happening, and this is again. You can kind of just think about this from ordinary psychology This is how? delusions fall apart As try as we might our desire to interpret reality to mean what we wanted to mean at the end of the day. We’ll always Be checked against what reality actually is It may be some time. You know we’re pretty good at making things up and pretending, but eventually Reality is reality this isn’t to say that Peterson is not controversial He’s saying things that challenge the most deeply held assumptions of the new establishment narrative I guess the other reason that people are on My case to some degree is because I have made a strong case which I think is fully documented by the scientific literature that there Are intrinsic differences say between men and women and I think the evidence and that this is the thing that staggered me is that? No serious scientists have debated that for like four decades It’s that argument was done by the time. I went to graduate school everyone knew that human beings were not a blank slate that biological forces not Parameterised the way that we thought and and felt and acted and and and valued everyone knew that the fact that this has become somehow debatable again is just Especially because it’s being done by legislative Fiat. They’re forcing it Part of Peterson’s argument based on years of psychological research is that much of the political? Conflicts are due to try to integrate the different political temperaments of men and women we were talking about the relatively the relative evolutionary roles of men and women this is speculative obviously and and Because our research did indicate. It’s tentative research so far that that the the the SG is SJW sort of equality above all else philosophy is more prevalent among women It’s predicted by the personality factors that are more common among women so agreeable this and high negative emotion Primarily agreeableness, but in addition. It’s also predicted by being female and so I’ve been thinking about that a lot because well men are bailing out of the humanities like mad and Pretty much out of the university is except for stem the women are moving in like mad And they’re also moving into the political sphere like mad, and this is new right we’ve never had this happen before and we do know know do not know what the Significance of it is it’s only 50 years old and so we were thinking about this and so I don’t know what you think about this proposition, but imagine that that that historically speaking, it’s something like Women were responsible for distribution and men were responsible for production Something like that and maybe maybe that’s only the case really in the tight confines of the immediate family But that doesn’t matter because that’s most of the evolutionary landscape for human beings anyways what the women does did was make sure that everybody Got enough okay, and that seems to me to be one of the things that’s driving at least in part the SJW demand for for equity and Equality it’s like let’s make sure everybody has enough. It’s like look fair enough You know I mean you can’t you can’t argue with that but there’s there’s an antipathy between that and The the reality of differential productivity you know because people really do differ in their productivity I think that the SJW phenomena is different and I think it is associated at least in part with the rise of women to political power and and We don’t know what women are like when they have political power because they’ve never had it I mean there’s been queens obviously and that sort of thing there’s been female authority figures and females have Wielded far more power historically than feminists generally like to admit, but this is a different thing And we don’t know what what a truly female political philosophy would be like, but it might be Especially if it’s not been well examined And it isn’t very sophisticated conceptually it could easily be let’s make sure things you’ve distributed equally. Well, yeah Why One of Peterson’s main influences is the psychologist Carl Jung Young psychology was built around the concept of the shadow all the things about ourselves. We don’t want to accept our anger negativity Unconscious judgments, and how we need to integrate all those disowned parts to grow I’m convinced. That’s what’s happening on a vast cultural level since leaving channel 4 news I’ve retrained as a counselor and started leading personal growth workshops for men And thought a lot about how these unconscious gender dynamics are playing out in the culture One of the central concepts is Jung’s idea of animus and anima possession How each have both an inner masculine and feminine essence in? A man when he’s unconsciously possessed by his feminine side his anima he becomes withdrawn Moody and reactive and when a woman is possessed by her male side the animus she becomes aggressive and dominating and How many women are pushed into that by the nature of the modern workplace? The Kathy Newman I know is warm compassionate a successful and talented journalist none of this is criticism of her Just the role she was playing in the interview I would say technically and this is might be interesting for people who are interested in union psychology If you want to understand what Carl Jung meant by animus possession which is a very difficult concept? Then that that interview was a textbook case of having a discussion with someone who is animus possessed life has been moving forward for three and a half billion years and It moves forward in these pattered and manners like the dominance hierarchy for example, so that’s that let’s call that the masculine archetype It’s part of the masculine archetype in fact the onus Proclamation was that the female representation of the male so that’s the animus is the Dominance hierarchy it’s the patriarchy So that’s that that’s the unconscious archetype, which I think is extremely interesting given what’s happened say in the women’s movement because that’s what’s projected onto men and and It can be projected in a very negative way it doesn’t have to be but it can be and so an animus possessed woman treats a man as if he’s the Manifestation of the tyrannical patriarchy he’s a group he’s that group of men Yeah, the group of bad men actually you watched the Jordan Peterson Kathy Newman entity. What did he what did he think I? My whole body contracted, and I I felt so sad for womanhood I felt disappointed and I Could see how the shadow part of womanhood was acting out I could see how the collective rage was acting through Kathy Newman and This is what happens is that when that’s unknown its projected blindly on to Whatever stick wherever it sticks and it was very clear that she already had an agenda and she already had a projection that she was just Looking to state she was she was just looking to have that confirmed so I felt on behalf of women I felt sad and disappointed because we need to have intelligent conversations, and I also want to say that this isn’t even though the the specific example is the Kathy Newman Jordan Peterson interview, it’s not specific to – Kathy Newman I think the fact that that interview has resonated with so many people that it’s been so popular shows that actually something archetypal was going on in that in that interaction And I think as well why it’s gone viral is a lot of people watching it Recognize those dynamics. They’re like I’ve been in conversations like that I’ve been in this conversation where nothing I say works where nothing I say gets through So there’s something sort of fundamental about about the masculine feminine dynamic. That’s going on in there What do you think that is I think Jordan Peterson? He’s everyman Kathy Newman She’s every woman I can tap into that rage like this I know it in myself and women that say they don’t they’re just denying it because it is in the collective So in that sense it just highlighted what what’s that? It’s wonderful because here we really get to look at why is this so? Important why is it so important to listen to? To a thinker like Jordan Peterson and take it seriously and say what can we do with it? It’s just so obvious that it’s needed Because if this is where we are if this is where society and cultures is if this is the ability to have an intelligent conversations Conversation then we are in trouble, I really feel that there is this collective subconscious rage that is just boiling in women and it’s coming up in so many ways we see we see in the media and What’s going on is this? unknown Rage that comes up in in many different ways um And on one hand it needs to come out we need to clear it it needs to be expressed it needs to Be acknowledged on the other hand it’s not enough. This is only like this is breaking the ice So that the next step of evolution, can you know? Consciousness can start coming through and that’s what I’m lacking in women. It’s really to take responsibility for what we do as women in our Manipulation in our seduction in our control, and and it’s so easy for women to say but that’s just because we angry and men did this and patriarchy, but it’s It’s such a lack of responsibility and this Women really need to know I mean, that’s the the kind of shadow work is The acceptance that we all have shadows that men certainly have a shadow. There is a shadow around masculinity but there’s also a shadow around femininity and while part of the cultural conversation now is toxic masculinity and everyone knows what you mean by toxic toxic masculinity if You talk about toxic femininity Everyone still knows what you mean, but you can’t have that conversation Which is it’s it’s interesting? What is allowed to be said and what is not allowed to be said at the moment and that that I think is? is very Dangerous that certain topics certain conversations are off are off-limits And this is where we see where we see the victim persecutor dynamics activates it because women become the become the victims, and we make ourselves the victims and we Persecute men but in that aggression in that rage and when we are the victims. We are in perfect control we become the persecutors because we say It’s all about blame Men did this and men need to take responsibility But in that we become the persecutors, and it’s also very difficult as well because one imagines that that Combative attitude is something that has served her well in the past and it’s something that She’s maybe felt forced into because of the nature of the society that she’s operating in so it’s a kind of catch-22 situation for the many successful women because they feel that they’re pushed to be more masculine and Then when they’re more masculine they get judged for being more masculine It’s it’s very sad and and and I can see that dynamics being played out absolutely But I think the only thing we can do is to take responsibility okay? I’m doing that do I really want to compromise my femininity do I want to compromise my integrity? Do I want to compromise my gender and? Play that or is there another way that I can be powerful without being aggressive without playing a power game But resting in my natural power resting in my natural dignity Resting in that deep rootedness that we both have in our genders that When we are peace with it and when we acknowledge it in ourselves It’s there as a natural thing and and this is the thing I don’t want to make this personal about Kathy Newman Because it’s it’s in that potential is in every woman, but it’s because we are persecuting our own femininity What’s being played out that we’re doing it to ourselves because we don’t trust that it’s good enough to be a woman We don’t trust that we can have conversations that come from a felt embodied perspective. We don’t trust that we’re connected to truth because these these Masculine ways have been have been very strong and women have been denying their own power In my work over many years of working with this I find that very few women Grew up in households which really? Loved admired respected honored cherished the feminine and So there is intrinsically for so many women who’ve grown up in the I don’t know the last hundred years that say A kind of devaluation of the feminine that gets taken on and of course and as well as abuse aggression all sorts of things so very Many women out of an intelligent strategy to survive Develop their masculine side as a defense against that devaluation for the feminine and over time they become very Identified with that masculine side the male equivalent is animal possession in anima possession it’s the loss of relaxed confidence in the Groundedness in the masculine and is overwhelmed by his own inner feminine side a passive withdrawn moody bitchy Complaining not showing up kind of guy, which I think is really so much what feminists are angry about I Don’t see them as really angry about the masculine per se but it the way that Males behave, and you know I have got a lot of compassion for that Because for myself and most men that I know we weren’t really shown how to be as men We didn’t really get initiated into it and so and then this strong thing comes from feminism And we feel like it’s it’s maleness. That’s wrong, and it’s not it’s not maleness. That’s wrong. I don’t even think feminism feminists hate The masculine it’s like what the call is really for men is to develop their masculine strength presence courage be relaxed and confident be protective and be strong and Under this kind of assault which has come from a lot of animus possessed women a lot of men have retreated And I think gone into feeling guilty about being men and have become passive Indecisive and in that way a kind of feminized man has emerged Those who followed Peterson’s thought recognize his analysis goes all the way down to the bedrock to the Archetypal structures of consciousness itself the thing that I really see happening and you can tell me what you think about this in annoyance book Consciousness which is masculine symbolically masculine for a variety of reasons is is viewed as rising up? against the countervailing force of tragedy from an underlying Feminine symbolically feminine unconsciousness right and it’s something that can always be pulled back into that unconsciousness That would be the microcosm of that would be the Freudian eatable mother Familial dynamic where the mother is so over Protective and all-encompassing that she interferes with the development of the competence not only of her sons But also of her daughter of her children in general, and it seems to me that that’s the dynamic That’s being played out in our Society right now is that there’s this and it’s it’s related in some way that I don’t understand to this to this Insistence that all forms of masculine Authority are nothing, but tyrannical power so the symbolic representation is tyrannical father with no appreciation for the benevolent father and benevolent mother with no appreciation whatsoever for the tyrannical mother right and that’s that and Because I thought of ideologies as fragmentary mythologies That’s where they get their archetypal and psychological power right and so in a balanced representation you have the terrible mother and the Great Mother as Anointment laid out so nicely and you have the terrible father and the great father So that’s the fact that culture mangles you have to death well It’s also promoting you and developing you you have to see that as balanced, and then you have the heroic and adversarial individual But in the postmodern world and this seems to be something that’s increasingly Seeping out into the culture at large you have nothing but the tyrannical father nothing But the destructive force of masculine consciousness and nothing, but the benevolent Benevolent great mother and it’s a it’s an appalling ideology, and it seems to me that it’s sucking the vitality Which is exactly what you would expect symbolically, it’s sucking the vitality of our culture you see that with the increasing demolition of of young men And not only young men in terms of their academic performance Which like they’re falling way behind in elementary school way behind in junior high and bailing out of the universities like mad and so And I well the public school education it’s become completely permeated by this kind of my anti male propaganda I mean, and I need to mean public schools are just a form of imprisonment. You know right now They’re particularly destructive to young men who have a lot of physical energy You know you know I identify as transgender gay mic myself way But I do not I do not require the entire world To alter itself okay to fit my particular the self-image I do believe in The power of hormones I believe that men exist and women exist and they are biologically different. I think that I think there is no cure for the culture eles right now except if men start standing opera in demanding that they be Respected as men here’s the problem You know this is something my wife is pointed out to she said well men are gonna have to stand up for themselves But here’s the problem. I know how to stand up to a man who’s Who’s? unfairly Trespassing against me and the reason I know that is because the parameters for my resistance are quite well-defined Which is we talk? We argue? We push and then it becomes physical? Right like if we move beyond the boundaries of civil discourse We know what the next step is ok, that’s forbidden in in discourse with women So I don’t know like it seems to me that it isn’t men that have to stand up and say enough of this even though That is what they should do it seems to me that it’s saying women Who have to stand up against their crazy sisters and say look enough of that enough man-hating enough? Pathology enough bringing disgrace on us as a gender but the problem there And then I’ll stop my little tirade is that most of the women. I know who are saying are busy doing same things, right? They’re off they have their career. They have their family They’re quite occupied And they don’t seem to have the time or maybe even the interest to go after their their crazy harpy sisters And so I don’t see any regulating force for that that terrible femininity, and it seems to me to be Invading the culture and undermining the the masculine power of the culture in a way, that’s I think fatal I really do believe that I too I too believe these are symptomatic of the decline of Western culture And we and it will just go down flat. I don’t think people realize that you know Masculinity still exists okay in the world as a code among jihadists, okay? And when you have passionate masculinity, okay? Circling the borders like the Huns and the Vandals during the Roman Empire that that’s what I see I see this culture rotting from within okay, and disemboweling itself literally We have this Bit of combat let’s say It produced a scandal Now we actually talked about it Yeah No tricks just a conversation And then everybody wins right because I can admit whatever mistakes I made she can admit whatever mistakes She made we can drop the persona So you’re saying the polarization that we’re seeing right now that we are speaking out. It’s not In the future we will act out that polarization well if we don’t if we keep Accelerating it especially if we keep accelerating with lies. Yeah, you know and and this this whole channel for Rat’s nest is like 90% lies. Maybe more and You know a lot of its ideologically motivated lies, but it doesn’t matter it still lies like Kathy as I said There was virtually nothing she said in that interview that was actually Coming from her like like a deep part of her the soul of her or so it was all persona It was all persona and and and all use of words in a in a Expedient manner as tools to obtain I think probably probably status dominant status and reputation I mean what advice would you give to people to? To navigate this new world the first is for your mind. Be aware of the fact that the habits of the blue church and And how it works Don’t work anymore recognize that your way of making sense in the world that used to work Don’t work, and you really really need to set yourself free to begin learning the new child’s mind beginner’s mind second this by nature must in fact be exploratory so Swim, do not make sense prematurely in spite of the fact that the world feels dangerous inside of that you may want to protect yourself in this dangerous world Doing so too quickly did not allow the natural exploratory Approach to do what it needs to do really, just listen and Learn go all the way dad back down to human base Turn inward Learn how fear shows up in you Learn how not to allow fear to drive the choices that you make Learn how to listen to the whole way that all of you perceives. What’s going on become more integrated with your own body Go out into nature Spend a lot of time not connected to the chaos That’s going on and a lot of time Reconnecting yourself with your fundamental capacity to perceive reality in all the different modalities these human beings have the capacity to do Then relearn how to use other human beings as allies in figuring out how to make sense of the world I mean that really relearn like we have been abused and constrained by institutional frameworks that remove us from our own native capabilities So relearn that understand how to be a friend and an ally how to have a conversation with somebody where you’re really listening closely To get a sense of what their perspective brings to you where you’re not obligated to agree with them We are not obligated to move out of what you feel is right to form some new Consensus reality, but where you’re actually authentically? Recognizing that their perspective has some capacity to bring richness to your perspective This by the way is almost exclusively possible in person and what we’re doing right now is an OK version of it But we need to be very mindful the fact that Linear broadcast is bad and even interactive Bandwidth like this. It’s not good enough. You know you’ve got to learn from raw Physical and get yourself into places where your consensus reality, and your habits are willfully destroyed Human to human conversations and and get as far away from ideology as you can Your job is not to know what the fuck is going on Your job is to be absolutely certain that you have no idea what the fuck is going on and learn how to feel from raw chaos from raw uncertainty up Then and only then are you finally able to begin the journey of Beginning to form a collective intelligence in this new environment That’s my advice this is why we’ve created rebel wisdom to host these conversations to try and unpack what’s going on and through our workshops and events Start to build this collective intelligence for the future To see longer versions of the interviews featured in this film and our full-length documentary about Jordan Peterson check the rebel wisdom website Help us create more films about these subjects by sponsoring us on patreon and come to our events to have these conversations in person You

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100 thoughts on “Documentary: A Glitch in the Matrix (David Fuller production)”

  1. Entirely Separate says:

    Rights = disempowerment by taking away their responsibility and therefore contribution and empowerment.

  2. Canadian Cuck Fighter says:

    My liberal family hate the truth and know nothing about anything outside of themselves and are attacking me for being a conservative beyond words.

  3. Nunna Yuh bitness says:

    This video is stupid..

  4. laurent vilodeau says:

    thank you for validating my assumtions

  5. Badgerrr Lattin says:

    "…Rage just boiling in women…" When women find themselves expected to be men, I shouldn't be surprised.

  6. Keith Cindy Panama says:

    I think I thought.
    I voted .

  7. urchin getter says:

    I would have thought gates and armed guards

  8. Jay McDanieL says:

    Projection: J. Peterson accusing others of mealy-mouthed generalizations.

  9. Tanya Lenmark says:

    This Gentleman Peterson
    Is amazing
    What a freshing individual
    With brilliant concepts.
    Thank you Sir.

  10. Sagta 328 says:

    Very interesting

  11. Don Kantner says:

    Liberalism is destroying the west. Corruption needs addresses. We need balance.

  12. Business Solutions says:

    Manipulation and seduction are not acceptle traits. Women

  13. Tiki Tavi says:

    Peterson is one of the great intellectual gladiators of our time. Ignoring people like him will lead to disaster in the future. Perhaps we deserve it.

  14. 32B Me says:

    I adore your choice of people interviewed. Thank you for these honest voices

  15. Karen Donald says:

    Margaret thatcher ten years

  16. Tim Clark says:

    You got it all wrong. The right became strong, because we learned what we thought was conspiracy was true. That our taxes were being stolen and wasted, the political parties were one in the same, those in control were manipulating us to fight among ourselves so we would pay attention to them. The media was directing our thoughts, and we were slaves to never ending debt. There is no alt right, there is only the right, a few degenerates within us, but there numbers aren't worth mentioning.

  17. Super Vortex says:

    TV is dead no1 uses it i dont even own a tv it liberating you will wake up once you turn it off for a year.its been 10year since i watched tv and i feel great my brain works now…fk getting spoon fed by tv like a baby

  18. Herman Van Noten says:

    Jordan Peterson is the wisest and most articulate man I've ever heard. I have been listening to his lectures for more than 170 hours but I can't find one that I saw in this video. Could anyone give me the link to the full version of his class room discussion that started around 22:50 of this video? I'd be very grateful.l

  19. ferkemall says:

    People like this enjoy making other people look stupid with their comand of the langauge + they get good money for just talking its what they call work Everytime they do another you tube vid their numbers go up and so does the advertising revenue and their money , if you a life boat with people like this they would end up as shark bait .
    In the vid he did with the Jewess she lost the verbal pissing competion and said oh you got me there = Ker-ching !

  20. Philothea75 says:

    Very good, gosh i was deceived there are suits with intelligence… Clever is the shadow of intellect 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🙏🏼☀️🤞🏾🤣

  21. Philothea75 says:

    Too much talk not enough being… ie Human being Ok? Peace joy completeness ( monster) comes from within seeking to love & be loved… King archetype JESUS CHRIST 🔺🔻♥️ True lover of the Soul of jack & Jill… 1st Adam+ Eve 🎭🎻♟🧩

  22. Philothea75 says:

    Cinderella and cinderella 👬

  23. Zachary Williams says:

    This is very interesting eye opening i think this video is gunna be over before i know it

  24. utubix tubejux says:

    In the end it comes down to romanisation. It's still there and it needs to be abandoned in our roles models and scripts, where it is causing harm. We need to rewrite our scripts and remove these destructive components. Most of such components causing problems came into our ancestry in the time of romanisation and christianization. Think of the high rates of abuse in the catholic priesthood, think of why Scandinavian countries are more gender equal. Its a collective trauma. Rome has gone too far in the suppression of females, especially the legions. Rome dictated religious change. But not only woman where abused. Rome terrorized, took slaves for pleasure and war, and has put every opponent on the cross until the world was changed for ever. Until our scripts where changed for ever. It was an horrible nightmare for the defeated. And Rome has defeated many. No wonder then, isn't it?

    Feminists are fighting against this and mistake it for the male's principal essence. But it is Rome's heritage, not a male's nature. Males are suffering because of this, too. It is the romanisation of our scripts, languages, beliefs and legal systems since centuries that is causing female anger and male frustration in the western world today. It is the western world. The western world is very much the product of the collective trauma of romanisation. And that is because scripts can propagate through generations fairly unchanged. For a script, a thousand years are like a day. Until once, awakening comes, and the wounds are hurting again, but then healing can happen. We should remember…

  25. Alba Celani says:

    Left wingers have destroyed everything. It's time for their destruction. If we are ever to regain power, we will never allow its return! The left is a cancerous drug. People get high on virtue and the resulting purity spiral metastasizes into every aspect of society.

  26. T Q says:

    Here's the purple pill.. Learn from your own mistakes and do your best to be good, kind, honest and most of all humble..I'm humbly saying this.

  27. Rick 1776-1970 says:

    WHO OWNS ALL THESE MEDIA OUTLETS ,WHO HAS THE MOST MONEY? WHO HAS THE MOST POWERFUL LOBBY?
    THERE YOU GO

  28. That Girl Pilot Car says:

    41 minutes in and you are touching on the reasons that I think some lesbians are making the decision to transgender…when I hear a man or woman doesn't identify with their gender….I ask what is a woman to you? Or what is a man to you? They reject themselves and the role they think they have to play…

  29. Discharge Summary says:

    Eat your young & evaporate 👺

  30. berserkerbambi says:

    Around 6 minutes in the guy tells you all you need to know: this is the main opposition of the mainstream media. This is the alternative one is presented with when one looks for something more then the usual mind-control drivel. Perfectly designed to keep one safely in the treadmill of debates about a.b.and c. Divide and rule. One thinks one is "woke" and gets stuck in the Mind once more (perhaps even deeper, on account if thinking one found unpopular "Truth"). Distraction from the real alternative information, wich is way more far out there. Way more dark and waaay more interesting. Like a real live Horror/Fantasy/Epic Saga and there are Solutions too! ( hint: <3 ) This docu, enticing though it may be be, is Controlled opposition.

  31. The Norse Heathen says:

    Not sure how the stoic guy is actually stoic, it doesn’t mean what he thinks it does.

  32. Lee Illman says:

    Feminism will never defeat masculinity,

  33. LeeAnn Coleman says:

    I dislike every JP video that auto plays and blocked this channel and they still push this deceptive subversive crypto into my auto play feed. JP will lead you down the wrong road and make you develop a lonely victim complex, because individualism is good, friends and support systems are bad and if you think there is a movement in place to kill off white ppl you're crazy and need to take meds.

  34. George Britton says:

    The MSM always has an agenda that it pushes to the forefront of society, for whatever reason, and we are left to figure out their endgame. I think divide and conquer mentality keeps us confused and weak as a people and that's what they want, so we are more easily controlled

  35. Barb Reynolds says:

    Get rid of the poison atrazine, turns girls into boys and boys into girls. really fucking up the planet

  36. Barb Reynolds says:

    Get rid of the poison atrazine, turns girls into boys and boys into girls. really fucking up the planet

  37. Heinrich Peter Maria Radojewski Schäfer Leverkusen says:

    Very strange that I see at the end in the photo of
    the group of cheerful wisdom rebels without
    exception male figures.

  38. Roger Moore says:

    Women will have to learn to respect men, or they might once again fear them. That is NOT the future we want.

  39. 1990cb7 Honda says:

    And that’s why trump will win 2020! And after that a new conservative will rise. Then Finally this country will be back to morality and expel evil (the leftist scum)

  40. BlogChain says:

    Crazy algorithmic… disliked this video long ago, still keeps pumping up… BS. Probably is the part that says Shittube will replace TV, that's might be the pushing

  41. X R says:

    Lol are they ripping off Curtis Yarvin’s ‘Cathedral’ when they mention the ‘Blue Church’?!

  42. mark eaves says:

    Unpack? Ha

  43. dustin james says:

    All of this is null and void if you just simply read that book they call the Bible. And the Betrayal that the mainstream media is just simply not trusted is an understatement if you don't know by now that they are completely 100% control and contrived and scripted but you just haven't been paying attention. People don't have a healthy level of distrust between themselves and those they view as Authority. This Is How They are so full on so many levels this is why they believe that doctors are there for their health this is why they believe that politicians are there for their well-being in life this is why they believe then churches care about their spirituality and soul and why they believe that they are on a ball spinning add an ungodly amount of speed through an infinite black void having no feeling of any motion whatsoever. This is why they cannot see that all religions from the worst to the best or just simply religion even Christianity is a religion and at its root anti-biblical they are the leading front for an antichrist Doctrine.

  44. Michelle Time says:

    Is there another way to view the Jordan Peterson/Cathy Newman Channel 4 interview as the above link is blocking me from viewing?

  45. OGASI says:

    just remember – it is ok to be white, male and straight.

  46. KrissowskiM says:

    My Lord! I can see that this guy really did try to understand and still this documentary is so gynocentric! So apologetic for women, so dismissive of their responsibilities… horrible! Wake the fuck up!!!

  47. tylor coyne says:

    I've been saying this shit all my life!

  48. Vahe345 says:

    Got to fix these animus women in Vancouver

  49. Mofwoofoo says:

    so much vacuous and innane comments and arguments, great for psuedo intellectuals. what a waste of my time. an idiot leader for idiots.

  50. Robert story says:

    There is only one mainstream media personality I believe mostly tries to tell the truth and that’s Tucker Carlson from fox

  51. Kevin Pereira says:

    Hey Dr Peterson I don't know why but I was unsubbed from your channel

  52. Tom Loon says:

    I watched this for 10 minutes and had no clue what this doc was even about, next…

  53. Bivotar Shamble says:

    None of this is new! My very low IQ says no shit sherlock!

  54. MONIQUE says:

    Women are for the first time are getting in touch with their own personal power as a greater part of society. Women have suffered at hands of men more so than by the hands of women in general. We have also been protected and nurtured by men. We are also engaging new roles such as being a soldier. We are forging a new way of being feminine that our previous roles could not afford, because our society was too uninformed, and weak. Now women cannot afford not to take up these new roles. Previously our society had too much conflict and was too dangerous for women to safety explore their personal power. How is it that Israel being such a small country with women at the front line alongside with men protect their country so well? God’s Grace and maybe God’s design? Compatible help. We need to improve the line of communication between men and women. We wish to see men comfortable in there own masculine power, and not feel threatened as we take up our own power. Women will make mistakes “to error is human”. A gentle correction sometimes is all that is needed. Women alongside with men keep our society whole and healthy. Women do not typically go to war, engage in fisticuffs or sue over a disagreement we usually respectfully verbally correct each other. Because we care about the health of our society in which our children will grow we try to correct peacefully. We need men to be strong but we would like to give them the ability to see other ways of dealing with conflict as well. Women inherently watch out for the most vulnerable in our society. Because we inherently know society is only as strong as it’s weakest members. We all need to look for some common ground where the feminine and the masculine can be celebrated and used to build an even stronger society. A society where no one is a victim. We are tired of not being in our own power because have allowed ourselves at times to be victims. This part of our identity we are learning to change and overcome. It sometimes spills out and over into our best intentions. We also need to have real conversations on how to protect our most vulnerable. I sometimes feel that we are not forgiven as easily as men are when we screw up. Lately I have seen too many women being made examples of by sending them to jail or verbally assassinated. My hope and dream is someday we can forge a society where all talents and skills can be fostered, developed, celebrated and used weather it’s considered masculine or feminine by society’s definition . I personally would call this a bold new world.

  55. Sphinx says:

    👍👍👍👍

  56. imagina20748 says:

    The "Transgender" at the end knows that there is a difference between a man and a woman? I highly doubt it. I love how her queerness is mentioned and has nothing to do with the conversation. Can we have a woman talk about mens issues without it having to be about her. It sounds like she only cares about how hard it is for men because in her mind she will become one and she has to make sure the world is perfect for her "man" self.

  57. tnpannel .tnpannel says:

    God tells us in his word called the Bible that all of mankind is stupid because they are void of the wisdom and spiritual understanding of God which only comesthrough the holy spirit of God whom God gives to people who will accept his son who is Jesus Christ the truth the word of God

  58. Steven Guevara says:

    Great documentry it's hard to understand how some one could see the facts and still argue for the Newman point of view. It speaks to the severity of the situation. One side doesn't care for the truth

  59. Michelle Lavc says:

    Buy my book, buy my t-shirts and various other swag. Or just send me your money. I've got the sweetest con going and I'm gonna ride this bitch for as long as I possibly can. Intellectual Dark Web, lol, that's brilliant. I love it. Sounds like something out of the Matrix, oh wait, we are stealing that reference from the movie. We're the intellectual dark web smarty-pants guys, but we're a little short on imagination. We're more the "non-sensical, word salad guys". If we had to make a cogent statement in just 3 or 4 words we'd be done before we started!

  60. Miki Dewberry says:

    The James Delingpole Channel is good

  61. Morbid Kitty TV says:

    OMG RANT,, WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU ON!!!!!!!!!!!???????

  62. Daniel Walker says:

    You're essentially inscribing your own epitaph

  63. Gala says:

    I cannot believe somebody is actually talking about it!.. .

  64. Dizzy Bee says:

    We gained all this tech and lost who we were….we became fragmented data….words typed from an invisible keyboards from invisible electronic devices….thoughts spilled out in text….only emojis to probe our thin film of feelings….digital fingerprints of shadow entities….linear 1-2 dimensional interfaces….in prisoned by our own addictions to the bothersome sounds, clicks, whistles from those downloaded apps that steal our seconds, minutes, hours, days ignoring the real spaces we inhabit and the real peeps we ignore. Spellcheck will surely drive us all to madness as we Twitter, twitch, snap chat, blog, hashtag, copy, share, pin, red blue black pill our skulls against our screens🤪🤭🤫😳😰🤡😝👽💀🤐

  65. Sephiroth I says:

    We need to get off the polarizing subject of "left" and "right" and find common ground, I would hope that peoples views are based on an inner desire to make life better on the earth for all people, so presumably we all inherently want the same thing. Why are people so brutish as to think that fighting each other is the best way to get that? Fighting only perpetuates the situation we're in. We must find common ground and understand that we all want whats best, we just see the world differently. I would say that I lean more to the "right," but I agree with lots of aspects of what the "left" believe. And what I'm sick of is being viewed by the left as a Racist bloodthirsty Nazi simply because I'm a white male who leans to the right. Which is actually funny because the "right" is famously anti-socialist, and Nazi literally stands for Nationalized Socialist which is more of a description of the goal the "left" is working for, also don't misunderstand me, I'm not saying the left are "Nazis" I'm merely bringing up a point in an attempt to show how ridiculous the state of politics is today.

  66. Effie Mavros says:

    Rights and entitlement without morals an responsibility = Chaos JP 🙂

  67. Ron Weasley says:

    Green wins

  68. mike deitz says:

    When I was in High School they Built a New Building and put on big letters Psychology Building …. The Delusion comes from Animal Behavior practices by the institutions.

  69. Always Thinking says:

    Today is the 2nd or 3rd time I have to subscribe to Jordan Peterson!!

  70. frank x says:

    As if the internet wasn't even more controllable than the MSM. The powerful use it as an instrument of scurrilous strategies which, as string-pullers, they can dodge accountabilty for. There is no true voice of dissent in their regime, just distraction.

  71. Morgan Ferris says:

    At thirty four minutes that is so true in America about white vs. black racism. Most if not all black men, unconsciously put white males in the catagory of slave owner and being responsible for any black suppression. When in all reality America is here because the sacrifice of blacks and the strong mental ability to fight through anything to live unlike a lot of whites who in my opinion through history stop and pray when they should be fighting to live or empowering humanity to use their brains and stop dieing for religious philosophy and government rule. We should start dieing for each other like the slaves of old America that help us get through the impossible task of getting away from the Roman church which stole jesus's ideology and ruined what Jesus wanted it to really be which was to be free from a dictatorship communist type world who controls you through lies and propaganda like religion or government. The same thing happened to Buda he said to not worship false idols now the are millions of budas everywhere that don't even look like a real Buda and books have been wrote claiming to know what Buddhism and how to master something that they can't. Like the books wrote about Jesus by people who never met him or how Columbus found north America but never stepped foot on it. Probably to busy molesting the children he inslaved in the Bahamas. Blacks should be proud to have a family history of people that didn't live off the backs of other and actually carried the country away from the world of Kings which are dictatorships basically much like most religion. African Americans saved the world to just like Jesus did. The dark ages came and went the Catholic Church lost power now we need to figure out what or who is going to save us from the world that creates division between people so strong that we can't think outside our groups. I dream of a day where I won't have to hear the white man is holding me down. That statement makes me hate society because we don't have bomb are strikes on kkk members but don't mind bombing people over seas we know nothing about. Well we know the lies we are told about them terrorists have to be true right? One love people don't leave your mind to one way of seeing things because after all it is your mind not your eyes telling you what to believe.

  72. Michael Holmes says:

    The MSM is really stuck in a groove, see the recent interview with Harvey Proctor by one of the MSM channels. He walked out in the end, not surprising when you consider the treatment he received.

  73. Jonna Sykes says:

    Can you not bash the system iys been working for so long just leave keep them busy and that's it.

  74. Jonna Sykes says:

    Whatever AOC says only makes sense when that lipstick is on.

  75. Aelea says:

    How many times do I have to ‘like’ this video for it to stay ‘liked’ when I revisit?

  76. Jason Smith says:

    Women think they have a collective rage? It's not comparable since their rage is only based off of bs echo-chambered mis-information and ideological subversion. They should see rage when it's actually based off of objective reality. Hah… MGTOW Monk mode 4 life.

  77. Gustavo Revoredo says:

    polarization is a victim mentality which stems from a survial instinct

  78. James Ford says:

    This guy has no clue or the history of British politics or world politics for that matter he has no clue of the rise of communism amongst the working class and how it was crushed by the ruling elite and how they have been at war with the left the fact is in a communist world all these people he talks of would play a valuable role but the community would come before profit he speaks of staying in the center to stay in the center you accept imperialism you accept the status quo of a wealthy aristocracy marx is not a belief it is a science I really think for a public speaker he needs to read some books he stereo types way to much and really doesn't know the out right basics of marxists lenninist or any other form of communism which is litteraly the only way forward whenever it has been applied despite western interference it has raised living standards, education, democracy in different ways, health etc the Soviet union had some amazing points and some not so Cuba currently is according to the UN the most sustainablestate nation has the 3rd most doctors and lower infant mortality than the USA and free health free university education and a welfare system it's radically reduced reliance on oil it has radically changed its farming to clean and efficient means in this day and age we should be living in a collective system where humanity comes first if we do not we won't even be able to feed the world within 50 years it's ignorance that is the problem and that a parent dirty word communism that nobody even knows anything about

  79. Саша Водолаз says:

    So boring stuff, i felt asleep. Better go play world of warcraft 🙂

  80. FBI'S MOST UNWANTED says:

    Really didn't enjoy this documentary. Seemed disjointed and forced. Labelling people red or blue (even to make a vague point) is already contributing to the problem you say exists. We are told about an interview being important but don't even get to see it in the first part. You say people are reformulating Western values, but are they not using values already instilled in them by the MSM to interpret alternative news too? The arguments are far too black and white and very wishy washy. Felt like I wasted my time. Perhaps the interviewer you refer to disagreed with the fact her guest felt he could talk rubbish. He wants to categorise people? Isn't that what the Nazis did? I really feel this is a total mind job – attempting to mix 'clever' (ooh he used a long word and said it in a posh voice!!!) stuff with total BS. The documentary itself is incredibly divisive. Telling people they have rage and if you say you don't you're repressed…. Go away please. Never trust the Freudian elites. Never trust anyone who labels all women and all men this and that… Even if wrapped in half truths. Someone famous once said: "You 'avin a laugh?!"

  81. BaRKoDe says:

    What roll should a government play in an individual's responsibilities? Just curious. . The people's party of Canada puts individual responsibilities as a priority, but fails to define how that mechanism applies to the function of government.

  82. Anne Loughlin says:

    So what if we enjoyed the differences but focused on being better 'people'?…it seems to be domination of one sex over another is the issue here…but the polarities complete each other, we are part of a whole. (if only 'wise father' and 'wise mother' would hook up lol)
    It does seems 'tyrannical father' has dominated our culture to a large degree…and admit I first time i listened to JP I thought he was also 'the tyrannical father' as that was what was portrayed (JP 'destroys feminist' etc) and so initially I had a gut reaction of him as being rather smug and arrogant.I'm happy to say something inside me told me to investigate my bias and listen to him more. I realise he is actually a wise and compassionate ' father' who I am learning so much from on a daily basis.

  83. Daryl Trawick says:

    He is a sell out to the race.period..

  84. veronica quinn says:

    The interviewer comes across like a bully,my way or no way.

  85. GIVEMEUSERNAME PLEASE says:

    educating women is the greatest mistake men ever made

  86. jamela carnes says:

    this is why things like a "change my mind" discussion table is so important. i don't care what political party one comes from- we can discuss our ideas and our reasoning… we can look at facts and pose challenges equally, if ONLY we are coming from an intellectual, well-studied standpoint.

  87. Benoit Massicotte says:

    Cathy Newman is just a lying harpy. No less. If women think she does any good, they are much the same. Fact.

  88. AGH says:

    Conscientiousness, respect, and resiliency. It's what our world needs like yesterday.

  89. AGH says:

    This was a great video. Amazing speakers. I hope many, many, many people watch it.

  90. GEÔRGEOS C.A. says:

    Usually when someone gives me 12 rules of life, 10 Commandments, 5 techniques of happiness, the 15 rules of success, the 3 behaviors to get rich and so…I ask a question: how did you get to this number? Why the figures are 12, 10 etc and not 13, 9, and so on….it is a man-made totally subjective construct.

  91. calska140 says:

    I've arrived in this era at a good age and with a wealth of grounding experiences. I am not amenable to radicalization of any sort. I am not easily deceived by the media. I am not easily angered or provoked to hate and violence. I can keep a cool head in the face of extreme emotion. I am amenable to a logical argument regardless of it's political origin. I am versed enough in the vagaries of the internet to not be a victim of information control.

    It took a long time and lots of hardship to have these attributes. I may not be 100% correct in my political opinion, but I'm part of the glue holding the spectrums together.
    If a person hasn't developed the aforementioned attributes, which are not easily gleaned by many, these current political times must be like being a small boat in a stormy sea. These times must be particularly transformative and painful to them.

  92. JOHN JUDE CARROLL says:

    ….. STUDY MACROBIOTICS

  93. Mark Whitley says:

    Smart men know they need women.
    Smart women know they need men.
    Stupid men/women deny this and that’s why there’s a culture war!

  94. Andrea Mai says:

    All thus psychology info is great. But the fact is, societal trends are socially engineered. Agenda 21 is what’s behind all this.

  95. Ego Eimi no.12 says:

    Want some truth go to naughty beaver✴

  96. William Sisko says:

    There is no light without darkness.

  97. Rapiddogsattack says:

    i liked this video 3 months ago , why is my like button not lit?

  98. anynamebutmyrealone says:

    What is that retarded woman at 35:30 saying? She is entirely stuck in the feminist paradigm, wants to sound smart and so parrots whatever she thinks sounds reasonable. Nee sweetheart, most healthy women see a raging harpy when looking at Cathy acting out her little public tantrum. Real consciousness means moving beyond these cheesy “every woman” metaphors and throwing off cultural predispositions that keep our minds from approaching reality. Cause yeah, there is such a thing.

  99. SmartK8 says:

    1914-1918 – First World War
    2014-2019? – First World Cultural War (still ongoing)

  100. Dynamic Fitness Pro says:

    Peterson is a shill and a mental midget. Anyone who thinks he’s some great thinker is a tool

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