Jordan Peterson says ‘I can’t do it’ when asked about Jewish Influence

A young gentleman asks Jordan Peterson some poignant questions about whether the Jewish power that swept over Russia in the 20th Century, leading to millions of deaths, might not be repeated here in the U.S.  Being that Peterson says he has paintings portraying Communist Russia in his own home, it seems he would be prepared to answer questions such as this.  Peterson has mentioned Alexander Solzhenitsyn regularly, so knows undoubtedly about his book Two Hundred Years Together where Solzhenitsyn addresses the dominant influence of Jews in Communist Russia.

So why does Jordan Peterson respond they way he does at the end of the video?

 

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