The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast #334 – Jordan Peterson & Jay Bhattacharya

Topics Discussed: Trusting the “consensus”, Solzhenitsyn, The enviro-cartel, Fauci, Presidential reminders, Regulators , Disgust as a driving factor, Communal understandings, Throwing out the pandemic template, The Somerville Youth Study, Fear, propaganda, ignorance , Serious attempts to follow China’s lead, The risks that were ignored, Covid-era schooling, First concerns over the lockdown approach, Catastrophe unleashed on the poor, Swine Flu, seroprevalence studies, highlighting serious factors, Vitamin D, Shaming the healthy, Refuting Jayenta’s findings, abysmal treatment, , Stanford demanding silence, The forces of the mob, Nothing saves but the truth, The Great Barrington Declaration, Labeled a “fringe epidemiologist”, Limiting the reach of the GBD, Fascist Germany, Silenced by intimidation, The Twitter Files, Visiting Elon Musk, Zuckerberg’s offer to Fauci, Deposing Fauci, Trudeau, MAGA conspiracies, STEM, DEI stats, The attraction of egalitarianism, The rise of individualism, To the 15 leftists listening, Why demonetization is such a detriment to science, Bhattacharya now: the Norfolk Group Document.

Jordan Peterson Jay Bhattacharya

Jay Bhattacharya

Jay Bhattacharya is an Indian American professor of medicine, of Economics, and of Health Research Policy at Stanford University, and the director of Stanford's Center for Demography and Economics of Health and Aging. His research focuses on the economics of health care. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bhattacharya has been an opponent of lockdowns and mask mandates. With Martin Kulldorff and Sunetra Gupta, he was a co-author in 2020 of the Great Barrington Declaration, which advocated lifting COVID-19 restrictions on lower-risk groups to develop herd immunity through infection, while promoting the false promise that vulnerable people could be protected from the virus.

Books Mentioned in this Podcast with Jordan Peterson & Jay Bhattacharya:

Book Title: The Gulag Archipelago

Author: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn