Following the interview of Joss Stone with The Guardian, she is attacked by a far-left mob. For her dream invitation guest, Jordan Peterson came under the focus of the Leftists.
Is it a desire or a controversial reply?
Here is all you need to about under which circumstance Stone said that.
Interview of Joss Stone:
Joscelyn Eve Stoker, popularly known as the Joss Stone is a much popular British singer, lyricist and actress. A few days back while in an exclusive interview with the Guardian Newspaper, she said her dream dinner guess is Jordan Peterson, a Canadian Professor and a Youtube sensation.
Who is Jordan Peterson?
Jordan Peterson, a Canadian Professor and a Youtube sensation. Came into the limelight in 2016 for protesting against Bill C-16.
According to him, Bill C-16 in Canada will lead to hatred and further discrimination for using the pronouns. Whereas Bill C-16 says that no discrimination would be done in the workplace because of gender. This is why the bill proposed gender identity and orientation to the Canadian Act.
Unfortunately, he misunderstood it and gave that notion in his Youtube video lecture. People thought he would be a racist or against LGBT. Though he cleared it that he is not against anything nor an extremist. Yet criticism prevailed and a lot of people disagreed with him.
Why Leftist does not like Peterson?
The Canadian Psychology Professor seemed to promote individuality more than a class of people. He tends to focus on individual faults and advise people to nourish themselves. Instead of questioning the system or the social structure. He has delivered speeches and written self-help books that promote these views.
Whereas, the Leftists look down on the individual needs and focus more on the group or the society. They tend to look at him as a threat to Marxism.
Reaction at Stone’s Mention about Peterson:
Apparently, when the popular singer Stone mentioned him, the leftist did not see it in good eyes. And tend to attack her for her desire. Though Peterson has not said anything about it to date.
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