Friday 25 November 2022 02:29 AM Jordan Peterson reveals what he REALLY thought of ex-PM Scott Morrison trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 02:29 AM Jordan Peterson reveals what he REALLY thought of ex-PM Scott Morrison trends now
Friday 25 November 2022 02:29 AM Jordan Peterson reveals what he REALLY thought of ex-PM Scott Morrison trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 02:29 AM Jordan Peterson reveals what he REALLY thought of ex-PM Scott Morrison trends now

Controversial Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson struggled to muster a response when asked to revealed his thoughts on ex-prime minister Scott Morrison after the pair met in Canberra.

Dr Peterson, currently on a speaking tour of Australia, visited the nation's capital and gave a speech to a group of conservative politicians at Parliament House on Thursday. 

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

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

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?'

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?'

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

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

'Well, I thought, I thought that he was… what was my impression?' Dr Peterson told news website Crikey, apparently at first uncertain of what his impression was of the former PM. 

He reportedly paused for several moments while collecting his thoughts.

'Well, we had a fine conversation. 

'He’s very well versed in energy policy. I was very interested in talking to him about his reactions to events like [climate change conference] COP26, which he was not impressed by.

'And I asked him why, and it was for reasons, I presume, he thought that it was mostly posture, which it is, and it was good to see that he was clear-headed about that.'

In a Facebook post, Mr Morrison said he enjoyed meeting up to chat with Dr Peterson.

'He makes a lot of sense,' Mr Morrison commented. 

Both men later posted photos of their meeting on social media. 'He makes a lot of sense,' Mr Morrison commented on his Facebook post

Both men later posted photos of their meeting on social media. 'He makes a lot of sense,' Mr Morrison commented on his Facebook post

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 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'

Earlier 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'.

He also urged the assembled politicians to defend capitalism and boost 'individual responsibility' among young people. 

The Canadian professor told the select group the audiences on his tour were composed of 'conservatives, classical liberals and cancelled progressives'.

'All these people are feeling like voices in the wilderness, but there are lots of them. In fact, they’re the majority of people in all likelihood,' reported the Australian Financial Review.   

'I started toying with the idea of developing a centralised vision that was contrary to the woke messianism that characterises modern times,' he told the audience.

'I

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