Jordan Peterson sues Wilfrid Laurier University for defamation. $1.5 million. A very good chance he will win.

Author and free-speech advocate Jordan Peterson is suing Wilfrid Laurier University over comments made about him by three staff members in a meeting held to discipline Lindsay Shepherd, a teaching assistant who showed her class a clip of Mr. Peterson talking about gender pronouns.

During the meeting, the three staff members repeatedly and maliciously defamed the author and University of Toronto psychology professor, the $1.5-million suit alleges, detailing multiple negative comments.

Mr. Peterson targeted transgender students, said Nathan Rambukkana, Ms. Shepherd’s teaching supervisor. Showing students comments he has made is like “playing … a speech by Hitler,” Mr. Rambukkana also said. Herbert Pimlott, another professor present at the meeting, questioned Mr. Peterson’s academic credentials, saying he “does not have the substantial academic evidence to be a credible person,” the suit says.

Ms. Shepherd secretly recorded the meeting and released it to the media, leading to national criticism of the university’s actions against her. It has since been posted or linked online on multiple sites.

The three staff members should have known that could happen, the suit says.

“These defamatory statements were malicious and designed specifically to damage [Mr. Peterson’s] personal and professional character as a Professor, author, lecturer and public intellectual,” the suit says.

None of the allegations outlined in the suit has been proved in court and those named in the suit have yet to file their statement of defence.

The university said it would “vigorously defend” itself. “Laurier remains committed to intellectual inquiry, critical reflection, scholarly integrity, academic freedom and freedom of expression while striving to be a supportive and inclusive community,” the Waterloo, Ont., school said in a statement.

Several experts in defamation law, however, said the university could argue that any comments made in the meeting are protected by “qualified privilege.”

“The law wants to give people the ability to speak freely without fear of a libel lawsuit in certain situations,” Toronto defamation lawyer Gil Zvulony said.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-jordan-peterson-sues-wilfrid-laurier-university-for-defamation/

“Magicians” Prove A Spiritual World Exists – Demonic Activity Caught On Video (New Edition)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fKrFeX8dRY

 

This video is an examination of some of the most well-known “magicians” in the world. The video examines many of their “magic” acts. These acts are impossible for a human being to perform without the assistance of a spirit or spirits. The video also shows overwhelming evidence that connects many different “magicians” to demons. The video proves that these “magicians” are really sorcerers who use demonic power to perform their “tricks”. Note: In this video, the term “supernatural” is not used in the strictly theological sense, which would distinguish between the “supernatural” (that which is above nature) and the “preternatural” (that which is beyond nature). Rather, all things that are beyond nature are called “supernatural,” as the term would be understood by the majority of people in the culture.

Full Show – EXPOSED: TIME Magazine Knew Little Girl Was Never Separated From Her Parents

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jACOzVCjCg0

 

Alex Jones breaks down how CNN and Time magazine knowingly pushed forward the FALSE narrative that an illegal immigrant little girl was forcibly separated from her mother by the US government. Joining today’s show is European Parliament member Janice Atkinson discussing the status of Brexit and Europe’s nationalist surge amid the migrant crisis. Joel Gilbert hosts the final hour.

PBS NewsHour full episode June 22, 2018

Friday on the NewsHour, questions remain about the fate of minors separated from their families after the Trump administration reverses its policy. Also: The Supreme Court rules the government tracking you through your phone, Saudi Arabia prepares to lift its ban on women drivers, an investment boom on the China-North Korea border, Shields and Brooks, and bringing art to rural communities.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQLmcxFXawc