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Jordan Peterson and how the left seek to destroy those it hates

17 February 2020

1:35 PM

17 February 2020

1:35 PM

Jordan Peterson, one of the world’s leading intellectuals and a twenty-first-century champion of academic truth has just passed through one of the most harrowing experiences any human being could endure. After his wife was diagnosed with terminal kidney cancer he developed a physical addiction—due to a paradoxical reaction—to the anti-anxiety medication benzodiazepine.  

This came at a time of enormous opposition in the public square and grief over his wife’s illness. Peterson’s daughter, Mikhaila Peterson, recently gave the following update on The Postmillennial: 

For the last eight months, he’s been in unbearable discomfort from this drug, made worse when trying to remove it, because of the addition of withdrawal symptoms, stemming from physical dependence.

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