College of Psychologists of Ontario Offer 'Snuggle Sessions' to Dr. Jordan Peterson
The College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO is facing heavy criticism for requesting Dr. Jordan Peterson undertake re-education courses with its experts. The demand is reminiscent, detractors claim. of ‘struggle sessions’ that were regular occurrences under communist rule.
“We take offence at such criticisms. Quite frankly, people making these claims should consider our re-education course. We’ve gotten rave reviews from Noam Chomsky, Justino Truedough, and our pals in the WEF, BMGF and Burger King. There’s nothing wrong with malcontents being forced to readjust their misconceived notions and quacky ideas,” CPO President Dr. Lara Hiseler explained. “They’re a threat to our democracy. And Covid.
A CPO psychologist who voted in favot of impugning Peterson - and his millions of followers around the world - refuted the communist reference. ‘Don’t make me laugh. These are not struggle sessions. We’re just concerned for Jordan’s well-being. He’s been through a lot. These are more like chats with old friends. It’s a snuggle session really.”
Peterson for his part has declined the invitation. ‘Hell no! I’m not gonna bloody bow to these fucking losers.”
The Canadian government is monitoring the situation from an undisclosed cave somewhere in Newfoundland releasing the following statement.
“We’re aware of it….Dr. Peterson is a great psychologist who has helped millions of people around the world. He should nevertheless consider the CPO’s offer if he knows what’s up. Canada will always stand up for people’s right to speak. Thank you. And good night. May the woke be with you.”
Peterson has responded by suing the CPO.
' Dear Prime Minister Trudeau:... I simply cannot resign myself to the fact that in my lifetime I am required to resort to a public letter to the leader of my country to point out that political criticism has now become such a crime in Canada that if professionals dare engage in such activity, government-appointed commissars will threaten their livelihood and present them with the spectacle of denouncement and political disgrace.
There is simply and utterly no excuse whatsoever for such a state of affairs in a free country. '
Jordan B Peterson, PhD, C. Psych (for now)
Professor emeritus, University of Toronto
Ryan Brooks says- Ill bet Trudeau has more than a dozen complaints as well, Does that mean we can remove him? This country is a disgrace...
Not too far from the truth, it seems, in Kanada today. Krazy