Academic and self-help guru Jordan B. Peterson has gained meteoric fame after challenging new gender pronoun rules mandated at the University of Toronto, but Peterson previously served the global elite before he gained widespread prominence as a dissident.
Right-wing blogger Vox Day helped to uncover shocking details of how Peterson helped to write a United Nations whitepaper titled, “A NEW GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP: ERADICATE POVERTY AND TRANSFORM ECONOMIES THROUGH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.” The report endorses globalism, opposes private property, and calls for third-world migrants to overwhelm Western society.
“The universal human rights and fundamental freedoms of migrants must be respected. These migrants make a positive economic contribution to their host countries, by building up their labour force,” the report reads.
Peterson admitted to working on the UN whitepaper during an October 2016 appearance on The Dark Room Podcast.
“I worked on the UN Secretary-General’s High Panel for Sustainability Report that was delivered, I believe, in 2013, and rewrote the underlying narrative to strip out most of the ideological claptrap,” Peterson said.
The report outlines a master plan to undermine the sovereignty of the nations of the world on the path to achieve total globalism.
The report reads: “One of their most exciting features is that they can bring about a change in mind-sets, altering the thinking of millions of people worldwide. It may be a simple issue: the campaign to encourage hand-washing or to use insecticide-treated bed nets against malaria. It may be complex, like a campaign to recognize and address human contributions to climate change, or the need to change to sustainable consumption patterns. But always it involves reaching people in every country and in every walk of life.”
While Peterson may have a large following of mostly right-wing male individuals, he does not share those particular beliefs. In addition to opposing nationalism, Peterson appears to endorse globalist collectivism dictated by international bodies like the UN as its replacement.