“If Jordan Peterson is the most influential intellectual in the Western world, the Western world has lost its damn mind.”

There is a long and noble tradition of giving people a right good kicking in print, but it’s rarely done as well as this.

Writing in Current Affairs magazine, Nathan J Robinson sharpens his stiletto and gets stuck into Jordan Peterson, a rabble-rouser who alternates between stating the bleeding obvious and making completely unhinged claims while hiding it all behind a veil of academic language.

I could quote all of it, but I’ll just quote one bit.

Having safely established that Jordan Peterson is an intellectual fraud who uses a lot of words to say almost nothing, we can now turn back to the original question: how can a man incapable of relaying the content of a children’s book become the most influential thinker of his moment?