Jordan Peterson plans consortium to rival World Economic Forum and the ‘Great Reset’

by Jacob Fuller

Lauren C. Moye, FISM News

Dr. Jordan Peterson plans to invite 2,000 to an economic consortium meant to rival the “apocalyptic vision” pushed by the controversial globalist organization behind “The Great Reset,” the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Peterson laid out the plans for the consortium, which he intends to hold in late October or early November of this year, in an extended Joe Rogan interview posted on Saturday. He said attendance would be invite-only but that the discussions would be made available to the public.

The popular psychologist and philosopher said the meeting would be an “alternative to that kind of apocalyptic narrative that’s being put forward at least implicitly by organizations like WEF.”

The first consortium would focus on six questions to create this competing and less dire vision, such as how to get “energy and resources at the lowest possible cost, as rapidly as possible, to the largest number of people around the world” and developing a “pro-human view” of conservationism.

Another key point would also be a “vision on the family policy front to facilitate the encouragement of and the maintenance of long-term, monogamous couples who are child-centered.”

As an outspoken opponent of the mainstream global warming narrative, it’s no surprise that Peterson opposes the messages promoted by the WEF. Searching ‘global warming’ on the WEF website generates over 46,000 results, proving that it is central to their globalist economic beliefs.

More recently, the WEF found themselves in headlines for stating that artificial intelligence should be used to help censor free speech globally and that private car ownership should be ended. The WEF also believes that the earth’s resources are limited and being destroyed in a way that means the population number will one day be unsupportable by available food.

The WEF has also published and promoted the policies of  “The Great Reset,” which wants governments to use the pandemic recovery period to reshape the global economy against capitalism. An opinion piece published in “The Hill” likened the plan to that of American socialists like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).

Their Green New Deal has been criticized for pushing for green energy solutions that are not fully developed through a government “carrot-and-stick” approach of subsidizing green investments while penalizing those seen as contributing to carbon emissions. The end result could be more expensive and less reliable energy.

“You don’t get to save the planet by making energy prices so expensive that no one poor can afford them. That’s off the table,” Peterson said to Joe Rogan. “You don’t get to impose your utopian vision in the service of your narcissism on the poor.”


Meanwhile, billionaires and national leaders fly by private jet into Davos, Switzerland every year to attend WEF. For that single trip, each private jet emits far more greenhouse gases than most individuals do in an entire year. This shows the hypocrisy of many of the leaders who are unwilling to obey the very rules they would inflict on their ordinary citizens.

In recent months, Peterson has clashed with left-leaning influential figures over his conservative beliefs. Peterson’s tweets criticizing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a WEF supporter, have resulted in criticism. This includes allegations that The College of Psychologists of Ontario demanded Peterson submit to “mandatory social-media communication retraining” or face a suspension of his clinical psychologist license.

Additionally, 26 groups, some allegedly funded by Trudeau’s government, protested a lecture held by Peterson in Ontario. On the day of the event, no protestors showed up while 5,000 attended the event, according to reports.