Video: Jordan Peterson Says He Wants To Die, Hates Twitter, Elliot Page, Trans Surgery Butchers, And A Bunch Of Other Weird Shit Because He’s Literally Insane

Jul 2, 2022

Clown Show. This dude is a fucking clown show.

Jordan was suspended from Twitter for mocking Elliot Page’s transitions surgery. Twitter told him to delete the tweet. Jordan is in such peak mental health that he said he’d rather kill himself; nothing makes sense, he’s sorry, and he’s not sad, and fuck all of you.

He also says any pride (including gay pride) is a sin in the biblical sense, and Twitter got it wrong because the bible is the fucking LAW, don’t you know.

Sane stuff.

The problem Jordo has? He regards his opinion as fact because he’s 100 mentally and emotionally disturbed.

“I don’t see that sexual orientation or sexual desire is something to be celebrated at any point or take “Pride” in, so what I said was merely a fact.”

The machinations of a human being whose mind is so full of self-serving poison, he subjects everyone else to his hateful, poisonous perspective.

Jordan is so deeply fucked in the head that he thinks the rules of general decency don’t apply to him and the rare religious air he breathes.

Elliot is to blame for her sex change which Nazis carried out. No biggie.

How’s that for unhinged?

I wonder how many Peterson fans watched this psychotic rant and thought, “Yup. That’s my dude.” It can’t be a significant number.

I have friends who tried to turn me on to Peterson’s teachings over the years. Out of pure laziness, I never bothered.

They’d send me videos of Jordan debating people, and he’d always be the angriest douche on the panel. He always took extreme offense to anyone questioning his perspective, like an angry 15-year-old. He didn’t go total religious hate troll until his brush with death in a Russian rehab facility a few years ago. This is just the evolution of a man who has no clue how to live and be happy in the objective reality of his experience.

Laypeople’s Terms:

Jordan Peterson has lost his mind in a sea of ego, religious extremism, and addiction. He’s a shadow of the person he used to be; he’s angry about it and blames everyone but himself for everything wrong in his life. He’s part of the “to” crowd who thinks things happen “to” him because he can’t imagine a world where his belief system is wrong because of the degrees on his wall.

Jordan is a deeply troubled Christian nationalist/fascist who projects anger at things he doesn’t understand and treats them as sinful.

Jordan’s fucked perspective has poisoned a generation of men. He routinely advocates against women because he thinks women are footnotes and playthings for men who trick men into sex and impure thoughts with make-up and push-up bras.

Jordan’s real problem, IMO?

He’s embarrassed about his wiener. Seriously. Guys with small dicks live angrily. They hide behind anger and religion, debasing sex because they are terrible at it. They hate themselves and want to hide their micropenis behind statements like “I don’t think sexual desire should be celebrated.”

That’s how you know Jordan Peterson has a tiny one. He thinks anything to do with sex is icky, and the entire conversation makes him angry.

He’s part religious psycho, part small dicked prude.

Jordan needs to go on a tour of sexual discovery. He needs to explore why the LGBTQ community makes him so angry. He needs a support group of guys with small wieners to tell him “everything is going to be ok.”

Does he just dream of the tender caress of a trans person?

Does he privately yearn for a better ‘swimsuit dick’? His or someone else’s?

No one wants to live angrily, and Sporto Jordo is a hot, emotional mess. Maybe I’ll pray to his hateful God for intervention in the form of a big old lemon party.

It might be just what the good doctor needs.



Dean Blundell

Dean Blundell is a Canadian radio personality. Best known as a longtime morning host on CFNY-FM (The Edge) in Toronto, Ontario. In 2015 he was named the new morning host on sports radio station CJCL (Sportsnet 590 The Fan). Dean started his career in radio in 2001 and for nearly 20 years been entertaining the radio audience. Dean’s newest venture is the launch of his site and podcast which is gaining tremendous momentum across North America.

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