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Captain America versus… Jordan Peterson?

12 April 2021

1:34 PM

12 April 2021

1:34 PM

The progressives’ latest offering of ‘woker-tainment’ shows they are more interested in political posturing than creating beautiful or meaningful art.  

The Nazi supervillain ‘Red Skull’, in Marvel’s latest Captain America, is a parody of one of the woke’s favourite targets — Canadian psychologist Jordan Peterson.   

In the story, Red Skull has ’10 rules for life’, encourages young men to ‘find purpose’, and talks about ‘chaos and order.’

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