Thanks for the response.

When i think of crowdsourced religions i do include SJWs (social justice warriors) and SJPs (social jordan petersons , named because they are social, and remind you of ‘air jordans’ because they are both expensive and generate alot of hot air).

I think the Jordan Peterson program definitely shares some elements with a religion, in that it is (in my view) an obvious meme indoctrination program, but as I’ve spoken elsewhere, there are plenty of meme indoctrination programs, and we can use their relative weights to forecast the prog/trad balance of power in the coming years. That said, I definitely wouldn’t call his program crowdsourced. He’s basically authoring it all on his own, although it’s basically just a rebranding/repackaging of traditionalist memes.

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