Jordan Peterson Rips Canadian Court After It Backs Censoring Him

The College of Psychologists of Ontario, after recently adopting contemporary views on gender, has warned Dr. Jordan Peterson that his clinical psychology license could be revoked due to his online expressions unless he engages in a "specified continuing education or remedial program."

On Wednesday, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled that Peterson must pay $25,000 to the College of Psychologists and confirmed he must participate in a social media instructional course.

The actions of the organization against Peterson are not for professional missteps with patients. Instead, they are admonishing him, imposing penalties, and considering "reeducation" for public remarks he made on various platforms including podcasts.

In response to the verdict, Peterson strongly criticized the court and declared his intention to share “every aspect” of the case with the public. He stated, “So the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled that [the College of Psychologists of Ontario] can pursue their prosecution. If you think that you have a right to free speech in Canada, You’re delusional. I will make every aspect of this public. And we will see what happens when utter transparency is the rule. Bring it on.”

Among the actions that have drawn the College's attention are Peterson's sharing of Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre's critique of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his criticisms of a former top aide to Trudeau, and his disagreement with a decision related to the Trucker Convoy protestors in Ottawa.

Additionally, some actions they cited weren't directly against the Canadian government. These include Peterson's remarks on Joe Rogan's podcast suggesting acceptance of certain gender ideologies is a sign of “civilizations collapsing,” his skepticism about climate change data, and his criticism of Sports Illustrated's choice of cover model.

In a recent decision, the court denied Peterson's plea to avoid the mandatory training, asserting that the College of Psychologists is within its rights to oversee Peterson's statements. Judge Paul Schabas opined, “I have concluded that the application should be dismissed. In my view, the Decision of the ICRC [Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee] adequately and reasonably considered Dr. Peterson’s statements in the context of the College’s statutory mandate to regulate the profession in the public interest.” Furthermore, Schabas noted that “the order is not disciplinary and does not prevent Dr. Peterson from expressing himself on controversial topics; it has a minimal impact on his right to freedom of expression.”

Prior to the decision's announcement, Peterson voiced his stance on X, saying, “The decision of an Ontario court re the allegations levied against me by [the College of Psychologists of Ontario] is due tomorrow. I stand by what I have said and done and wish them luck in their continued prosecution. They’re going to need it. I tweeted and otherwise expressed my opposition to trans surgery butchery, [Justin Trudeau] and his minions, and the lying climate apocalypse-mongers. All that’s looking pretty good from my end. And if I can’t express such opinions in Canada, I will let the world know.”

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