Jordan Peterson Establishes ‘Pro-Human’ Anti-World Economic Forum

Jordan Peterson, a renowned psychologist and public speaker, has created an international consortium that aims to serve as a populist alternative to the World Economic Forum (WEF).

The consortium, as yet unnamed, will offer a counterpoint to globalist aims and narratives and provide an “alternative vision of the future,” according to Peterson.

He revealed this in an episode of Joe Rogan’s podcast.

The first event of the consortium will take place in London near the end of 2023 and is expected to bring together roughly 2,000 figures from various backgrounds including business, culture, and politics.

Peterson intends for the discussions to be open to the public and for the membership to be as inclusive as possible.

On the podcast, Peterson shared some of the key issues that will be addressed at the meeting, including energy production and distribution, protecting individual freedoms, and pro-family policies to counter declining birth rates.

He stated, “You don’t get to impose your utopian vision in the service of your narcissism on the poor.” “We’re going to try to make the poor rich—try to alleviate poverty,” he added.

Additionally, the consortium will address ways to manage governance in order to prevent the growth of corporate, governmental, and media power in what Peterson calls “corrupt collusion.”

He emphasized the importance of a “pro-human” view of stewardship, promoting human well-being while being mindful of the environment.

Peterson also touched upon the idea of prioritizing two-parent families and promoting stable marriages that benefit children.

He said, “The purpose is long-term facilitation of their psychological and spiritual development and the establishment of an environment that’s beneficial to children.”

Moreover, Peterson emphasized the significance of taking personal responsibility at every level, from oneself to family, community, state, and nation.

He stated, “The idea is you have to produce a hierarchy of responsibility, distributed responsibility, as an antithesis to tyranny,” adding that the Western tradition is an antidote to the notion that power is the only factor that rules.

Peterson’s consortium serves as an alternative to the WEF and seeks to provide an “alternative vision of the future.”

It aims to tackle key issues such as energy production and distribution, human freedoms, pro-family policies, and good governance.