Jordan Peterson Triggers The Odour Of Durian Alynskey

The Guardian cultural Collectivism watch… it has been suggested to me that Jordan Peterson is a psychological operation. I might answer, isn’t everything?

Now, remind me to be objective… Dorian Lynskey, presumably a left wing Marxist Collectivist news gate keeper of the Communist Guardian fake news newspaper which supports terrorist organisation White Helmets, has produced a hit piece on Prof. Jordan Peterson. My tongue in cheek name calling of an obvious Eastern European Marxist agent is inspired by Dorian’s article of presstitution which so beautifully presents an example of why today our corporate lamestream legacy media is so bloody awful.

The title: How dangerous is Jordan B Peterson, the rightwing professor who ‘hit a hornets’ nest’?

So, we kick off with dangerous and right wing.
Dorian continues by describing Peterson’s arguments are ‘riddled with ‘pseudo-facts’ and conspiracy theories’. Oh Dorian, so bright, so engaging, aren’t you? Did you know in Southeast Asia ‘king of fruits’ is a label given to the durian, is distinctive for its strong odour:

I think hence forth I will refer to Durian Alynskey…. it’s a Saul gag thing.

Durian’s further descriptions of Jordan:
“Peterson is not just another troll, narcissist or blowhard whose arguments are fatally compromised by bad faith, petulance, intellectual laziness and blatant bigotry.”
Intellectual laziness? Really Durian? Oh I’d love to see you face to ace with Jordan on live TV. My fiver’s on Jordan.
It is interesting that The Guardian is now acknowledging terms “social-justice warriors” and “snowflakes” and name checking Mike Cernovich, Gavin McInnes and Paul Joseph Watson.
Of course, extreme left wingers are benign left whingers while Durian associates Jordan Peterson with “alt-right” without the sieg heils and the white ethnostate’. Yep, ‘right’ is horrid neo-Nazi while Antifa and the the ‘left’ are cuddly well intentioned protestors.

Durian does gives me some new information:
‘Unsurprisingly, he was an early supporter of James Damore, the engineer fired by Google for his memo Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.’

If you are not familiar with Damore, here he meets Hitler’s dandy Catholic Jewish shirt lifter white supremacist love-child (my tongue’s still in my cheek lefties!):
MILO Meets James Damore, Author of the Google Memo

Even Milo Yiannopoulos gets a name check which of course Milo will love.

Ah yes, Durian does mention: “Peterson’s constellation of beliefs attracts … neo-Nazis.”
That “Peterson described Trump as a “liberal” and a “moderate”, no more of a demagogue than Reagan,”….. of course proves how deranged Peterson must be, eh Durian.

Next quote…
“It’s true that he’s not a white nationalist,” says David Neiwert, the Pacific Northwest correspondent for the Southern Poverty Law Center and the author of Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump. “But he’s buttressing his narrative with pseudo-facts, many of them created for the explicit purpose of promoting white nationalism, especially the whole notion of ‘cultural Marxism’. The arc of radicalisation often passes through these more ‘moderate’ ideologues.”
… yep, and if the Southern Poverty Law Center say so it must be so…. zzzzzzz.

It is remarkable there are those who actually take the Southern Poverty Law Center seriously.

Durian signs off with “… his arguments are riddled with conspiracy theories and crude distortions of subjects, including postmodernism, gender identity and Canadian law, that lie outside his field of expertise.”

Oh Durian, you smelly little fruit cake. Everyday is Trump Train Day and everyday another silly bimbo, and yes, I am referring to you Durian Alynskey, pokes its head above the parapet for us all to see and be entertained by.

Durian Alynsky: The Smelly King of Fruits…


3 Responses to “Jordan Peterson Triggers The Odour Of Durian Alynskey”

  1. Tapestry says:

    du – ri – an is way the word is pronounced in the Philippines. Each syllable has equal emphasis, so it’s three equal short sounds.

  2. Tapestry says:

    We eat it occasionally in the Philippines. Usually I wait till a local has cut it all up and then hold my breath as I approach. The taste is great and very good for the stomach. Very healthy I would say.

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