Jordan Peterson – Says young men are alienated.
Jordan talks about how young men are demoralised with casual insults from women.
When asked to explain why he supports men he becomes emotionally upset and said the now marginalised, alienated young men should have a voice and women are opposed to that.
His greatest skill, is his ability to speak.
He can carry the argument, without losing track.
That I’m guessing, is from years doing classes.
An interesting part, was his emotions for others.
That in others suffering, he carries some of the burden.
His profession with many patients, who suicide.
It’s like an unspoken problem, of experience for them.
Patient after patient, often with impossible problems.
Men they desperately tried to help, but now are dead.
For far to long his profession has been silent, about men and boys.
He said, “Women think about they-selves, when menfolk ain’t around
And friends are hard to find when they discover that you’re down”
He said, “I tried it all when I was young and in my natural prime
Now it’s old dogs and children and watermelon wine”
This was almost predictable, as an outcome.
Tate put a target on himself, to be attacked.
His attitude towards women, inevitably becoming a prosecution.
But what’s ignored, is how his attitude was created.
Why did so many, engage with his ideas.
Did society alienate boys, creating him and his followers.
Why is only the boys, getting this education.
Are the girls, taught to respect boys.
Is misandry talked about, or equality for men.
What about women who talk of men, as if they are objects.
How to steal there money, and stoping him seeing the kids.
Only viewing domestic violence, as a boy problem.
Denigrating there opinion, just because they are male.
Somehow the boys, must treat the girls with respect.
Even the writer admits, the boys aren’t stupid.
The article’s expectations, only applied to the boys.
Oh my, do the feminists hate him.
They even attack his education, saying it’s meaningless.
Yet they haven’t got him, they nearly did.
The pressure got to him, him having depression.
No matter his degree, he is still human.
Does he get more threats, than Ardern got.
He has good arguments, about the pay gap.
Good arguments, about mandating diversity.
Certainly he knows humans, better than most.
And his writing, has been aimed at males.
Which is why, some people hate him.
Sometimes he tells a truth, and people hate the truth.
On men’s rights, I have listened to him.
He doesn’t actually, look at many issues.
Definitely one to avoid, banned subjects.
Which is why, he’s survived for so long.