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Canada’s Biggest Problems | Pierre Poilievre | EP 253

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 22 Нау.

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  • Jordan B Peterson
    Jordan B Peterson  10 ай бұрын +863

    Lecture and podcast clips from this episode and more will be posted on the clips channel, subscribe here - kzclip.org/user/JordanBPetersonClips

    • Caje
      Caje 14 күн бұрын

      Why do you gloss over the housing crisis Jordan B Peterson? Are you just trying to be a pos? Because you’re doing very well.

    • Drive Calgary
      Drive Calgary 2 ай бұрын

      @“ALASKA” don't comment if you don't live in Canada and you know nothing about Canada.

    • Nick D
      Nick D 2 ай бұрын

      @Clifford Wheeler Well then, get on with flipping over those money changing tables, cuz GDP, as a e-conniver's metric, is a scourge upon humanity. Get rid of "shareholder tyranny" while you're at it, for posterity, plz!

  • The Free Speech Club
    The Free Speech Club 10 ай бұрын +4887

    It’s rare to see a politician who is willing to sit down for a two hour unscripted discussion. For those of us interested in long form discussion and getting insight into the mind of a leader, this talk between Jordan Peterson and Pierre Poilievre is a must watch.

    • Marlaine Rose
      Marlaine Rose 9 күн бұрын

      I believe a more central goverment is what will.het electef. We have seen the festruction of the far left( Trudeau)Now is the time to use common sense when voting. A vote for Maxine is a vote for Trudeau.

  • Shannon Allen
    Shannon Allen 3 ай бұрын +229

    I was raised liberal but I’m a person of reason so I land somewhere in the middle. However Pierre has impressed me because he has a clear, concise plan. He’s honest and he answers questions straight forward. He is refreshing, intelligent, humble, and fair. He’s a proud Canadian and he would represent us well on the world stage. He has definitely won me over and I am 100% voting for him in the next election. 🙌🏾

    • kiwedinikwe
      kiwedinikwe 21 күн бұрын

      Being a "person of reason" and landing "somewhere in the middle" is not mutually exclusive. It seems a person of reason would care about taking action against the climate crisis, but ok.

    • lizun chx
      lizun chx Ай бұрын +1

      Same. He’s got my vote in 2025 and Trudeau can do nothing about it!

  • Ava
    Ava Ай бұрын +32

    I’m an American and don’t know much about Canadian politics but this guy has my support! I appreciate a well-spoken no bs politician willing to sit down for a long form discussion. Learned a lot, thanks to both of you

  • Marc Garner
    Marc Garner 5 ай бұрын +256

    This may be one of the best interviews between two Canadians that I have seen in 50 years. Direct questions, direct answers, logic, data, facts, and yes even common sense. Both of these men make me proud to be Canadian.

    • Brian Wagner
      Brian Wagner 3 ай бұрын

      @Jennifer Marlow Yes, we know. What is a better alternative? Our entire system is broken. There is no winner here.

    • em jay
      em jay 4 ай бұрын +4

      Both real men. Not fairies like jaggy or baby J

    • Judy Barrett
      Judy Barrett 5 ай бұрын +5

      l like Pierre Pauliev

  • Doug Johns
    Doug Johns 3 ай бұрын +292

    I'm a 65 year old Canadian that has never voted because I have never found a Politian that I thought could make a difference for the better.... until now, I like sound of this guy.

    • Kristin FROST Lazerbeams
      Kristin FROST Lazerbeams 3 күн бұрын

      How many times have you been counseled without asking when you tell people that you've never voted? I just want to compare Canadian experiences with personal voting or lack of to the USA. Here somebody will swiftly chide you should you admit to not taking part in voting.

    • Liz Anderson
      Liz Anderson 10 күн бұрын

      That is the problem most men don't vote

    • Andrea
      Andrea 26 күн бұрын

      Same and I'm 59

    • Iforgotwhattosay hoffman
      Iforgotwhattosay hoffman Ай бұрын

      @jake lami i bet you said that before

  • Dude
    Dude 2 ай бұрын +8

    Really hope Canadians do the right thing and vote for him. He will really help our country

  • M E
    M E 10 ай бұрын +2276

    I worked for Pierre briefly years ago and I always marveled that his public persona was one of a bulldog but in private he was exceptionally complex and intellectual and his understanding of the most important ideas. It’s so good to see this side of him finally allowed to be unleashed an access by the public

    • Misty McDougall
      Misty McDougall Ай бұрын


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      Misty McDougall Ай бұрын


    • Keith C.
      Keith C. 2 ай бұрын

      @Brain4821 Although he might be lying,somebody had to work for him and they might just use KZclip .

    • Brain4821
      Brain4821 2 ай бұрын

      i 100% doubt you worked for him. stop lying dude

    • Ruth Nash
      Ruth Nash 2 ай бұрын

      @Christoff Branigan yikes

  • Abid Khattak
    Abid Khattak 29 күн бұрын +5

    I have always been a liberal until 2019, where I wasted my vote by voting Green party and last election abstained from voting but I'm definitely impressed with Pierre's Vision for Canada 🇨🇦.
    If elections were held today, I'd vote for him for sure 👍

  • Trent Mazerolle at Boyer GM in Ajax

    Pierre Polievre is an ordinary man on an Extraordinary mission. Canada is a mess right now under it's current leadership, and Pierre has the guts and gonads to point out their flaws and passion, armed with factual plans, to make changes for all of us. His only unfortunate drawback is that he's the leader of the Federal Conservative party, so many won't listen to his message labeling him Non-Liberal. Give this man the platform we deserve.

  • Roger Holmes
    Roger Holmes 4 ай бұрын +30

    If we ever have a politician of this calibre in the UK who can address the many similar problems we have, I would love to see them interviewed by you Jordan. Keep up the great work!

    • Uncle Ted's Cabin
      Uncle Ted's Cabin 2 ай бұрын

      No one listened to Enoch and he was a much more erudite politician.

  • Mike Farmer
    Mike Farmer 3 ай бұрын +40

    🇺🇸 Watching from the US, (and we certainly have our own issues) I really hope that Canada can salvage their freedoms before they go the way of Australia.
    We should get back to being the kind of neighbors that can just walk into each other's kitchens without knocking.

  • Kelvin Charlebois
    Kelvin Charlebois 5 ай бұрын +72

    What a time for Canada, to have someone as articulate as Jordan fighting for Canadians. Props to Pierre for taking the hot seat. You’ll never see trudeau do something like this and that’s a serious problem.

    • Blaine Burns
      Blaine Burns 8 күн бұрын

      @DerickE OMG thanks "Ken".....another one......seriously, don`t be that guy.

    • Fred Robinson
      Fred Robinson 2 ай бұрын +1

      @Robert Farquison Go back to sleep.

    • Fred Robinson
      Fred Robinson 2 ай бұрын +1

      How many town hall meetings has Clark Kent (a.k.a. Pierre Poilievre) participated in? Just give me a hint.

  • username_unknown
    username_unknown 10 ай бұрын +5447

    As a twenty year Liberal voter, I never thought I'd vote Conservative let alone join the Conservative party. While I may disagree here and there on some issues, I am 100% behind Pierre for leader of the Conservatives and hopefully our next PM.

    • Doyle's Digs | Metal Detecting
      Doyle's Digs | Metal Detecting 3 ай бұрын

      Same. Couldn't have possibly said that better...

    • Lynda Valero
      Lynda Valero 6 ай бұрын

      @Robbie Paris HAD NO IDEA WHEN I SPOKE OF CANADA AND EUTHANASIA THAT THE MAJORITY OF YOUR COMMENTS HAVE TO DO WITH CANADA'S GOVERNMENT HEALTHCARE. JUST FOR YOU AND OTHERS WHO READ THIS I WILL GIVE YOU A LEAD: 8/15/22 Forbes: had an article (as did many others at that time and since) stating in the title that Canada's New Health Law about Euthanasia reminds of the Nazi era. That is not exact title but many key words. I am certain someone like yourself who has no time to search out conspiracy type comments, yet plenty of time to taunt other commenters, can with ease find the article(s) I spoke of here and earlier about Canada and Euthanasia. Receive this FACT as a gift NOT a CONSPIRACY. Hope you make it out alive. Euthanasia is heinous especially when some have no say in their outcome.

    • Lynda Valero
      Lynda Valero 6 ай бұрын


    • Robbie Paris
      Robbie Paris 6 ай бұрын

      @Lynda Valero Hi Lynda. I am a proud parent of two beautiful young girls, with a full time job, a house to look after and a beautiful wife. Unfortunately I do not have time to research every BS claim made on social media with zero backup. Especially ones that begin with "I heard...". These types of comments make me feel that Pierre is a lock to win the CPC nomination, and very hopeful he is never PM. I am a firm believer that the truth matters and that conspiracy theories are dangerous.

  • Cindy🎶
    Cindy🎶 Ай бұрын +14

    I’m American but I really like him. If the people stand behind him, I just hope that the powers that be, will be unable to change him. Great Interview Dr.!!❤

  • Earth
    Earth 3 ай бұрын +20

    Thank you for sharing this interview / discussion (also, I learn a lot from your lectures).
    I migrated to Canada over a decade ago with a hope for better life as a skilled worker and obtained a professional license to practice in Ontario. I have many friends in Canada, and my clients appreciated my work. However, I found it very risky continuing to live in Ontario / Canada, and couldn’t continue doing any business where there is no fair legal protection and do not respect my basic human rights.
    There are too many fraudulent organizations, individuals, legal professionals, and public servants with authority. People with fiduciary duty openly lie, abuse their authority, commonly downplay the significance of their criminal acts, and together try to maintain their status quo biases.
    I have emigrated from Canada a year ago to protect my health and life, but am concerned about the safety of my good friends who still live in Ontario/Canada because of the corrupt legal system there.
    Specific examples of what I have experienced:
    [Employment/Criminal Case]
    - Punished by the system for pointing out the risk of clients' data manipulation by the upper management of a company; legal proceedings were constantly interrupted by the Board; they have suppressed/buried the evidences that I have provided; they did not share all case files with me/the applicant but among all other parties until one minute before 5pm on the last day of the statute of limitation; the Vice Chair had interrupted the direct negotiation between the parties and closed the case by canceling the hearing; the Board’s lawyer told, 'sue the Ontario government if you have any issue';
    [Civil Case]
    - Ignored by the system when filed a complaint about the fraudulent practices (to LSO) and a fraudulent charge of over 10K without any itemized invoice (to the Superior Court of Justice) made by a contingency lawyer after failing to negotiate and abandoning the client(me); the lawyer is apparently a son of board members / public servants of the province and the country;
    [Residential Tenancy/Public Health Case]
    - Punished by the system for requesting the property owner to eradicate health hazards (toxic mold, pests, and dusts) from my living space in a residential rental property; LTB proceedings was biased and unfair, interrupted multiple times when I spoke and suppressed the use of my evidences in the hearing (e.g., a letter from a medical doctor, warning the danger of continued exposure to toxic mold), downplayed the risks of exposure to asbestos/lead and the obvious contraventions of the laws [OHSA, RTA, and municipal Property Standards by-laws] by the property owner; LTB suggested the [former] Tenant to pay for the order reviews only to decline those reviews; LTB's selective omissions of evidences that are inconvenient to the other party/ the property owner; my basic human rights were clearly violated -- no response from LTB, Tribunals Ontario, nor Human Rights Tribunals; the property owner, municipal Property Standards office, and LTB have colluded, needlessly delayed the proceedings, and closed the case after 2.5 years without issuing any order against the property owner’s contraventions of the laws, while I had continued to suffer from the prolonged exposures to health hazards (I have paid the rent in full for over a decade without any delay, even during the Covid lockdown, out of my retirement savings [I was not eligible for the government financial support during the lockdown -- no income]). At least two of sixteen units in the building had their balconies literally falling apart; the walls have cracks and friable materials in the living space; my neighbors were afraid of falling through the cracks on the balconies from the upper floors - you never hear about these things in news because they are all colluded and do not issue any official orders.
    [Healthcare Issue]
    - I left Canada before Nov. 30, 2021, as I had serious reactions to the first Covid vaccine-shot (my immune system was compromised) but my physician had refused to diagnose them then - there was no proof of the reactions to the first shot; later the physician had made lies and terminated the doctor-patient relationship; I was required to take the second-shot, or else… I have disposed / gave away of my belongings within two weeks and left the country to protect my health and life -- fled from Canada.
    Reported to CBC, but they do not reply.
    Posted Gogle Reviews, but they are deleted.

  • Angelia Michael
    Angelia Michael Ай бұрын +8

    Two incredible Canadians with profound influence and credentials. What a remarkable conversation. Thank you to both of you. Pierre for prime minister!

  • Louise
    Louise 5 ай бұрын +33

    Pierre answered without hesitation each and every question you asked. He was clear, intelligent and knowledgeable … no ambiguity whatsoever. Not one single “um”😉. He genuinely cares about the Canadian people. He will make a great PM and will bring back credibility, respect and decency that has been lacking in our government for quite some time. Can’t wait for the debates. So thank you both for a terrific conversation!!

  • BTMS
    BTMS 4 ай бұрын +24

    Two great men standing upto tyranny. Both are healing, and forming the minds of millions of Canadians! Very blessed to be in such good hands with these fellow Canucks leading the charge! Long live the free, long live the just, and long live those who fight for us. 🇨🇦

  • Joe Beaudette
    Joe Beaudette 10 ай бұрын +820

    Never thought I’d see the day when a conservative candidate was the only one truly championing for the working class. I’ve been strictly an NDP voter in the 18 years since I became old enough to vote - except for the horrible mistake I, along with many other Canadians, made in 2015 when I voted for sunny ways that never came - and have never voted conservative once. But that will change in the next cycle, provided you manage to stave off the establishment plant that is Jean Charest and secure the CPC leadership. I look forward to voting for you Mr. Poilievre. Bout time Canadians get some real leadership again.

    • Myles
      Myles Ай бұрын


    • haojiesheng
      haojiesheng Ай бұрын

      My experience in the United States has been that the left was never much for the working class or the minorities. However the left is excellent at marketing to them.

    • BuyTimeShares
      BuyTimeShares Ай бұрын

      @D Bond you should just pay for your own healthcare instead of chasing people across the world to make them pay for yours and then tell them to move. Canadians already moved out of Europe once because of excessive progressive taxation. You need to go back.

  • Una Mcgurry
    Una Mcgurry 2 ай бұрын +17

    Thoroughly enjoyed this interview. Loved it when Jordan said you got a hard time from the media about the kinds of people you attract at your rallies. - Canadians is what I call them. Spot on. 🎯❤️👏👏👏

  • Mehdi Aslani
    Mehdi Aslani Ай бұрын +7

    It was a great enlightening conversation. Pierre should do a lot more of these social media interviews since the corporate Canadian media does not give him much of coverage.
    He should definitely go on Joe Rogan’s podcast.
    It’ll get him a lot of Canadian and American publicity.
    Thanks for this one

  • PurpSkiPiff
    PurpSkiPiff Ай бұрын +12

    The more I hear Pierre speak...the more I genuinely love the man!

  • Margrit Neuenhagen
    Margrit Neuenhagen Ай бұрын +6

    Thank you very much Dr Peterson for having our
    Pierre Poilievre on your show. Canadians are hanging on his every word, because we need a stream of light and
    Pierre is giving it too us, and makes us feel comforted ,
    at a time when comfort is very much needed indeed !

  • Alexander Ethan
    Alexander Ethan 2 ай бұрын +516

    I'm retiring next month. And I'm a
    bit nervous about how to keep up
    with my kids.

    • Martian Moon
      Martian Moon Ай бұрын +4

      Don’t trade crypto it’s less stable than stocks & with all due respect it’s a young man’s game. Unless you’re very on-top of technology I wouldn’t recommend it.
      It’s like riskier stock trading.

    • Damila Daria
      Damila Daria 2 ай бұрын

      I started working with him with 10
      grand as capital. After a month he
      made me 45 grand. I was so
      skeptical and never thought it was
      legit until I received the win. Then I
      read more about it and believed.
      Many people make so much money
      from Bitcon stocks and the stock

    • Joshua Lanchester
      Joshua Lanchester 2 ай бұрын

      ✅Val J Smith ii

    • Joshua Lanchester
      Joshua Lanchester 2 ай бұрын

      You can contact him on Instagram

  • Matthew Johnson
    Matthew Johnson 10 ай бұрын +553

    Watching two true Canadian leaders speaking about real issues is a refreshing sight to see. Thanks for all you both do.

  • Ralph Masear
    Ralph Masear Ай бұрын +4

    Dr. Peterson, I was so happy to listen to you and Mr. Polievre, it was very interesting and nice to hear two people form a discussion and like one other person commented get an insight into the mind of the next Prime Minister of our great country.

  • Roxy Graff
    Roxy Graff 3 ай бұрын +68

    Just one of the many things I love about Pierre is his sense of humor. I believe humor can get you through all the hardships we come up against in life...

    • Fred Robinson
      Fred Robinson Ай бұрын

      Well, the CONservatives certainly demonstrated a fabulous sense of humor when they voted for Poilievre as party leader.

  • Babs Harris
    Babs Harris Ай бұрын +4

    I first saw Pierre in Parliament & was impressed by his honesty & intelligence. Following him ever since, never saw him change
    what he believed or felt was right.

  • Vallet marie claire
    Vallet marie claire 6 ай бұрын +22

    Finally a man who recognizes the power trip that our little drama teacher is enjoying right now, at the mercy of his population…..

  • Nitesh Maharaj
    Nitesh Maharaj Ай бұрын +4

    As in international viewer watching this months later, Pierre Poilievre's views on societal ills are so refreshing. You have no idea how mainstream media can shape your ideology. I thought of myself as someone who's somewhat intelligent and couldn't be easily manipulated, until I realized that I had already been indoctrinated by the woke left. Fortunately, my conservative viewpoints on capitalism allowed more right-leaning content to seep into this woke echo chamber that I was in, leading to somewhat of an enlightened awakening.
    The fight against the establishment is going to be a long and painful one, and I wish Mr Poilievre all the success in the world. His ability to simplistically layout a path forward is a clear demonstration on his grasp of the issues facing Canadian people. The challenge now is opening the eyes of those who's views are being shaped by the woke media.

  • Adam Gorner
    Adam Gorner 10 ай бұрын +451

    Pierre is an intelligent, personable, relatable, and eloquent human being. I am excited and hopeful for the future with him at the helm of our country. Can anyone imagine Trudeau doing an interview like this?! I don't think I've ever heard him speak a single sincere truthfull sentence let alone a 1.5 hour unscripted dialogue with an intellectual giant like Jordan Peterson? Pierre has my support for sure.

    • Monty Forster
      Monty Forster Ай бұрын +1

      I am starting to look clearly at Canadian Conservatism candidly

    • Spangy
      Spangy 2 ай бұрын

      @In the garden Correction - not YOUR knight in shining armor or army as you so ineptly state.

  • Nicholas
    Nicholas 2 ай бұрын +4

    Interesting watching this as an Australian how similar our problems are. Not just in terms of being similar democracies, but similar sized economy with a strong resource focus. Similar concerns about housing, energy policy, media funding etc. It's like listening to a twin.

  • eh
    eh 5 ай бұрын +27

    Let's make people feel good about being canadian again 🇨🇦❤️

  • Mia Maria
    Mia Maria Ай бұрын +4

    Hearing Pierre's voice crack and seeing his eyes mist up, while talking about the strife Canadians are telling him they're suffering at his rallies, gives me real hope that perhaps when he's Prime Minister, Canada will have a real chance.
    I'd be lying if I said I wasn't doubtful though, politicians lie, we've been reminded of that constantly these last 8 years!
    Pierre has my vote! Here's to hoping he's not just another real good actor, with a keen ability to speak! 🇨🇦

  • Rene B Doucette
    Rene B Doucette 3 ай бұрын +89

    I can't believe they finally spoke.
    Man I needed to hear this interview. Perfect.
    Love and respect to Jordan Peterson.
    And love and support to Pierre Poilievre!!

    • Manon Patry
      Manon Patry 2 ай бұрын +1

      T​@The Ref Diego Costus there is no small interview with Jordan😅

    • The Ref Diego Costus
      The Ref Diego Costus 2 ай бұрын +5

      huge interview.

  • Babs Harris
    Babs Harris 12 күн бұрын +4

    I first saw Poliverre in BOC & his words echoed my thoughts. I have followed him ever since & he has been consistent. He will be a great PM & has my full support.

  • Brandon Vienneau
    Brandon Vienneau 10 ай бұрын +353

    I used to be full on liberal because I was told by my family that it was the right party to vote for but after educating myself more and listening to your podcasts, I changed.

    • Tom Korte
      Tom Korte 9 ай бұрын

      @D. Jonsson actually he does talk about forcing changes to zoning laws to allow high density housing in single family neighborhoods and refers to the people in those neighborhoods as gatekeepers.

    • D. Jonsson
      D. Jonsson 9 ай бұрын

      @Tom Korte yea you are right about immigration

    • Tom Korte
      Tom Korte 10 ай бұрын +1

      There's some good stuff here, particularly on economics and limiting the size of government, but some really terrible stuff too. Pierre's policy on 'affordable housing' is straight out of the Karl Marx playbook. Basically, if you've worked and saved your way into a single-family home then you're a 'Gatekeeper Elitist' that's robbing young Canadians of their dream of home ownership. This is beyond disingenuous, it's a flat out lie. The single biggest cause for skyrocketing house prices is massive immigration and you can see that in the way increasing house prices correlate with increasing immigration. Pierre correctly points out that more dollars chasing fewer goods means increased prices and so it also goes with housing; increase the number of people that need a place to live, and you increase the cost of that living space. Another problem with this leftist fairy tale is that just increasing the supply of new housing actually increases the average cost of a house. It used to be that first time buyers would start with an older 'fixer-upper', because that's what they could afford, and gradually move up until they had something nicer, often with the help of their own sweat equity. Pierre conveniently ignores this because he doesn't want to even mention immigration; after all, his wife is an immigrant so what's he going to do? He has to choose between peace at home and gutting the Canadian dream of a traditional Canadian lifestyle, and he's thrown you and every other working class Canadian under the bus. You can bet he won't ever be living in a high-density housing area and I'm guessing he currently lives in a nice single-family house with a big yard. Rules for thee but not for me! Typical Ontario politician; always happy to give away other people's stuff be it money, culture, neighborhoods, whatever, as long as it gets them ahead.
      No politician other than Maxime Bernier has the courage to point out the obvious; that mass immigration is a major problem in Canada and needs to be stopped.

  • Abe Michau
    Abe Michau 4 ай бұрын +16

    Im not a Peterson fan nor am I a conservative but this opportunity to listen to two intelligent rational people discuss the future of Canada, solidified my position to distance myself from this current Liberal agenda. Thank you to the KZclip algorithm for bringing this conversation to my attention

    • Underlord
      Underlord Ай бұрын

      @Abe Michau how is the first half of what you said in anyway related to Peterson or your characterization of him?, How else would you get a feel of the kind of person he is if you're not going off from his KZclip lectures and interviews?.. you clearly don't know him or interact with him in real life.

    • Abe Michau
      Abe Michau Ай бұрын

      @Underlord obviously you have invested more time into his content than I, my opinion and ideology stems from face to face interactions, real world conversation and the culture around me. Not KZclip
      I’ll save you another unsolicited assignment of my intellect and admit that this may be another one of my “you” problems. Lol.

    • Underlord
      Underlord Ай бұрын

      @Abe Michau I think that's a "you" problem, because I've seen him admit his ignorance in multiple situations.
      One of his twelve rules for life is literally "act as if the person you're talking to knows something you don't", one of the reasons he defends free speech is because free speech allows people to help you correct your bad ideas.
      You might have gotten this impression from the combative interviews he's had but that's perfectly understandable since most of his opponents are ideologically possessed NPCs. They really don't have anything new, original or interesting to offer him.

    • Abe Michau
      Abe Michau Ай бұрын

      Definition according to google “attempting to impress by affecting greater importance, talent, culture, etc., than is actually possessed. “
      Peterson has a very strong personal view about a variety of issues, he has every right to express his beliefs as he wishes, as does anyone else.
      He comes off as though his opinion is non negotiable, as a matter of fact, or your wrong and I’m right , mentality. Yes he has a higher education and most likely well read individual, and has a bunch of subscribers yadda yadda yadda; but I don’t take orders from any one person, I’ll form my opinion on my own and march to the beat of my own drum. We all have certain personalities we clash with. He just rubs me the wrong way most of the time.

    • Underlord
      Underlord Ай бұрын

      @Abe Michau how can you find him pretentious if you don't disagree with what he's saying?
      I'm legit curious, I disagree with some of his takes but I wouldn't go as far as to say he's pretentious..

  • Bruce Q
    Bruce Q 6 ай бұрын +10

    This is why I can appreciate Mr Poillievre. He's lived life and understands the struggle of regular folk.

  • Ricky Lahey
    Ricky Lahey 3 ай бұрын +188

    I am 100% on board with Pierre after listening to this interview. I know all politicians make promises that they end up not being able to fulfill but hopefully this guy can start heading us in the right direction.

    • Let's There Be Light
      Let's There Be Light Ай бұрын

      " I been hoping for better things since forever and nothing happened 👎🏻

    • BuyTimeShares
      BuyTimeShares Ай бұрын +1

      It’s the best chance we have. Might as well go out fighting.

    • crippledgenius
      crippledgenius Ай бұрын

      Yep let's go!

    • Kyle Helm
      Kyle Helm 2 ай бұрын +9

      I may disagree with a few things of Pierre. I disagree with 100% of Trudeau's government.

  • Elaine J
    Elaine J 6 ай бұрын +11

    I am so relieved to finally have a leader I can get behind. I have been so embarrassed with the lack of real leadership in this country. I first heard of Pierre in a video where he was speaking to a group about where is the money coming from that’s funding these inflated mortgages. I had no idea he was a politician at the time and thought his speech was amazing. I am glad to hear someone call attention to the bad decisions that have destroyed life in this country and believe he has the ability to get us back on track.

  • Nirav Patel
    Nirav Patel Ай бұрын +5

    Pierre won my vote in next election, thank you for this interview.

  • Bryan Kowalczyk
    Bryan Kowalczyk 10 ай бұрын +331

    Finally a Canadian politician that came on Jordan Peterson's show, mad respect, this is an automatic vote for Pierre. This guy is Canada's last hope for freedom.

    • 925sterling
      925sterling 2 ай бұрын +1

      Canadians themselves are Canada's never ending hope for freedom. Never submit to tyranny and abuse. Never give up.

    • Jennifer Padden
      Jennifer Padden 7 ай бұрын +1

      @Luis Chicas vernier will never be PM.

    • Maralon🫥enT
      Maralon🫥enT 9 ай бұрын

      @Drew Martin and lots of people will point out how PP isn’t PM quality, so that’s not really any point you’re making.

    • Kurtis Posthumus
      Kurtis Posthumus 10 ай бұрын +3

      @Apenguicitis I've worked in grocery stores such as loblaws and pharmacies such as shoppers every day of this pandemic but I'm not allowed to travel. I'm a fish year apprentice but I wasn't allowed to finish my schooling because I'm unvaxed. But my vaxxed peers are allowed to go and the schooling was done from HOME. I'm allowed to go to the stores fix the fridges and keep your safe but not allowed to go to school and get my license. Lost freedom of education. Freedom of travel. When working in farmboy stores I had to eat my lunch in the van while high-schoolers could eat in the seating area. What happend to freedom of picking what goes in your body.

  • Vikram Shahi
    Vikram Shahi 8 күн бұрын +5

    Canadians next time make sure to confirm a vote for this man. 🇨🇦

  • Kathryn Holt
    Kathryn Holt 6 ай бұрын +22

    Thank-you to both Jordan and Pierre for this interview, for the hope for the future you give us as Canadians. 🇨🇦🙏

    • Droid User
      Droid User 2 ай бұрын

      @El Gato they have mail in voting in Canada.

    • Droid User
      Droid User 2 ай бұрын +1

      @El Gato maybe he thinks that I should pay for my kids dental work instead of YOU... I'm going to send YOU my dental bills to pay -- that's what you want?

    • Droid User
      Droid User 2 ай бұрын

      @El Gato that's all you hear? What's wrong with *you* ... is your HIGHLY selective hearing.

    • El Gato
      El Gato 5 ай бұрын

      hahahaha. so you think that children shouldn't have teeth, and that all taxpayers don't deserve to vote? what's wrong with you?

  • momoislandgirl
    momoislandgirl 4 ай бұрын +15

    Thank you both for this. My heart aches for Canada right now.

  • joe percy
    joe percy 2 ай бұрын +3

    A blessing to hear 2 intelligent men talk about, hope for the return of freedom!

  • Josh Stinsman
    Josh Stinsman 2 ай бұрын +5

    The fact that the Media is smearing this guy is all you should need to vote for him...

  • Crossflow
    Crossflow 10 ай бұрын +434

    It takes courage for a political candidate to get on a podcast with a man like Peterson.

    • David Agnew
      David Agnew 9 ай бұрын

      @Ryan Clyde Don't be so sure Justin has been invited to be on Peterson's show and he declined... no surprise watch question period in the house of commons Justin never answers any question put to him he just expounds liberal talking points and blames the conservatives for everything.

    • Paul
      Paul 10 ай бұрын +2

      Since they both agree on everything it doesn't take any courage at all.

    • Crossflow
      Crossflow 10 ай бұрын

      @Mike Archibald #1 Everyone is Bias... So attacking someone for having them is just a dumb place to start... You can have a Bias but believe in speaking honestly and with thought put into what you say as he does. That makes for a good interviewer, and interview. As he has some of the most view long form interviews on the net.
      #2 Would our prime minister be willing to talk to him for over an hour and come out half as well as Pierre did? I think some people just like to hate people just to hate.
      How has Trudeau taken a "free market" approach when his gov. has injected more cash into the housing market than ANY OTHER gov in our history? Your comment is so far for anything real or factual at every level its hard to know if your really a Canadian, or just a bot?

    • Crossflow
      Crossflow 10 ай бұрын

      @Michel-Carole Lavallee I think a lot of people say cute things like this and it sounds nice. But the reality is markets decide. If it makes sense to use those technologies... people will use them. The last thing a nation needs while trying to grow is to hinder them selves with expensive green energy. The reality of "central planning" and thinking because you have a nice idea the world should adopt it, while not having any real "solution" offered is just a 21st century trope. We think life is a movie.

    • Jim Straughan
      Jim Straughan 10 ай бұрын +3

      @Chambers Peterson is not a normal dude.. dude

  • Big Johnson
    Big Johnson Ай бұрын +5

    Pierre for PM! I'm 20, never got into politics but the next federal election will be the first time I vote. I'm trying to volunteer for my ridings local conservatives

  • thespaceman007
    thespaceman007 Ай бұрын +3

    This is the most interesting Canada politics show I’ve ever seen. Some hope for the future not 1984! Thank you both. Very honest interview.

  • LowerPowerGaming
    LowerPowerGaming Ай бұрын +4

    Pierre represents all Canadians. Every, last, one. Not just the ones that agree with him. He's over qualified and that's what we need!

  • Knsel1
    Knsel1 2 ай бұрын +5

    I left Canada for USA because of its affinity to socialism and listening to this guy and hoping he'll soon be PM then I might have to take a journey back North. Great interview from two very decent human beings.

  • Glen Robinson
    Glen Robinson 2 ай бұрын +5

    Good interview. I saw Jordan smile!
    “Pierre Poilevre for Prime Minister!”

  • suemo613
    suemo613 10 ай бұрын +487

    Great to see Pierre engage in a long form discussion. Long overdue in Politics!

    • Otto Lam
      Otto Lam 10 ай бұрын +5

      Agreed before even getting into this the fact that Poilivere is willing to sit down for long form is quite telling.

    • MrcUs rUrlyUs
      MrcUs rUrlyUs 10 ай бұрын +7

      It did happen recently with Bernier also. Pretty much you have to look to anything other than the MSM to find political discourse that moves beyond 1 min clips.

    • Roy Roye
      Roy Roye 10 ай бұрын +13

      Conservative govt should introduce recall law for MPs. It's so hard waiting for years to remove Jagmeet Singh who's very unpopular now.

  • Laat Dovahkiin
    Laat Dovahkiin Ай бұрын +6

    Every single voter in Canada needs to watch this. Love Pierre.. Love Jordan.

  • Trailer Park Ray
    Trailer Park Ray 6 ай бұрын +7

    It doesn’t matter who the interviewer is, who the interviewee is, who you vote for, or what your general views are or where you stand…, no politician has ever been this transparent and it’s refreshing to see. Especially if you’ve been paying close attention to what’s happening all around you in your own province/country.
    I know who I’ll be voting for.

  • Lori Clinton
    Lori Clinton 2 ай бұрын +5

    I am all for both of you guys! The two best men that could of ever happened to Canada! But to be honest, I’m done! Between prices, our government controlling everything makes me scared (especially with Trudeau in as PM). Since Covid, everything has changed for the worse! Drs are not the same caring, ethical people they once were. If your sick, unable to work to pay the bills etc, there’s nothing left to live for, to fight for! I have one more specialist appt Feb 1/23, if this dr won’t/can’t help me then I’m taking Trudeau up on his Maid offer! It’s extremely hard to watch the world fall to shit and we don’t have another 2 yrs before change happens. I can’t watch/do this anymore!

  • SilentlyEvil97
    SilentlyEvil97 2 ай бұрын +6

    Please save Canada 😭😭 I’m a 25 year old with almost my second college degree.... living with my parents sadly and have almost lost all hope in this country and my future if I continue to live in Canada in which I was born here.

  • Manon Patry
    Manon Patry 2 ай бұрын +6

    This is so informative and easy to understand. So many questions answered. How will you do this? How will you do that? That was just impressive to listen to Pierre answering those. But I just don’t understand why there is over 2 million views, and only 64K like on the video…? Have you people forgot to like?

  • Abraham Kassis
    Abraham Kassis 10 ай бұрын +401

    I had tears in my eyes when he said he wants to run for PM.
    I had the priviledge to sit down with Mr. Poilievre at an engagement party about 8 years ago. To my surprise We spoke for over an hour! His transparency and honesty towards me who he has never met before seriously impressed me. He's had my vote since then and will continue to have my vote going forward.

    • Louise Dagenais
      Louise Dagenais 2 ай бұрын +1

      I got to meet Mr. POILIEVRE when he came to my house before the election.

    • TheSelfishAngryGuy
      TheSelfishAngryGuy 4 ай бұрын +2

      i was watching Pierre on this platform for years, he makes me excited again to be Canadian. i wish i could sit down and listen to him speak in a general setting.

    • G Krish
      G Krish 4 ай бұрын +1

      So why was he in wef

    • Gerry
      Gerry 5 ай бұрын +1

      I had tears as well but they weren't tears of joy.

  • Dave Spaans
    Dave Spaans 4 ай бұрын +15

    It is fantastic to be able to sit and listen to a well done intelligent interview. Its good to have hope for the future, just need to get through the current leader. Thank you Dr. Peterson and Pierrre Poilievre.

  • Margrit Neuenhagen
    Margrit Neuenhagen Ай бұрын +3

    There is something so comforting about Pierre Poilievre when he talks to Canadians, he has respect and does not swear at Canadians.
    The government we have now is abusive , bullying , vengeful
    belittling , lying overspending.

  • Kyle Helm
    Kyle Helm 2 ай бұрын +3

    "you look at Canada what is the problem" human rights! Yesterday, today, and in the future. Finally someone that listens

  • A. GM
    A. GM Ай бұрын +4

    I remember this time in our history; we sold our home at a very modest profit when our mortgage tripled under Pierre Sr.! Investors, and not families, bought the majority of what homes were sold in our development. The hydro bills were astronomical. And this was in Kanata, ON.

  • Captain William
    Captain William Ай бұрын +3

    Pierre and jordan. Two greatest, brave men of our time. Keep up the great work and thank you for standing up and having the bcks of Canadians. Cheers from that annoying "honking" trucker.😉🇨🇦

  • supracer2007
    supracer2007 10 ай бұрын +337

    Such a calm interview. Listening to Pierre answer each question rationally was so refreshing in today’s political era.

    • Graham Winship
      Graham Winship 5 ай бұрын

      @Алак Патрова you’re spending too much time on the internet if you think that. Most people are not the crazies you encounter on social media

    • Алак Патрова
      Алак Патрова 7 ай бұрын

      Which tells me he doesn't have a chance. Rational people no longer have a place in this world to make life better for common folks.

    • Maria Vani
      Maria Vani 10 ай бұрын +8

      Yes. Very rare these days

    • Laying About
      Laying About 10 ай бұрын +11

      Yes, a very free-flowing exchange between the two of them. They were both sitting in the presence of each other’s greatness and savouring that… as were we☺️

  • pei crimestoppers
    pei crimestoppers 5 ай бұрын +13

    Pierre, I too was a product of a very young mother and was adopted by a secure. loving, hard-working family. I feel that you are a product of good genes and good environment. Obviously, you have been the recipient of intelligence and a strong ability for articulation. Thanks to your birth parents and your family that raised you.
    My belief is you will be our country's next leader and Lord, I hope so. Justin Trudeau is literally 'breaking the backs' of tax paying Canadians and the middle class. Does he really think we, the hard-working middle class, can continue to fully support the whole country? I worked all my life, paid taxes, never relied on government subsides, am a retired senior, and still paying thousands in taxes that I really cannot afford to pay. Please, I hope that Atlantic Canadians & Quebecers ( note; that I have noted them as a distinct society) develop some semblance of common sense or intelligence and elect Conservative MPs in the next election.

  • Kimberly DiGiacomo
    Kimberly DiGiacomo 5 ай бұрын +30

    These two gentlemen are true Canadians, both are intelligent, articulate, respectful, knowledgeable and high integrity. P.P has my vote and Dr. Peterson has my attention in all his podcasts. Canada is very fortunate to have these gentleman.

  • Billy Smith
    Billy Smith 3 ай бұрын +40

    Hopefully finally some one with enough vocabulary to say what needs said . Well done gentlemen.

    • Brain4821
      Brain4821 2 ай бұрын +1

      actions > words. remember politicians will say anything they need to to get votes

  • Nathan Rotar
    Nathan Rotar Ай бұрын +5

    Jordan Peterson is a Master @ interviews. Its refreshing that an interviewer doesn't interrupt.

  • Jaewon Oh
    Jaewon Oh 3 ай бұрын +42

    Canadians deserve to be proud of these two guys. They are the great assets for the whole world. Thanks for this amazing talks.

  • Caricato
    Caricato 10 ай бұрын +373

    Not everybody can have this type of conversations with Dr. Peterson, this is a great interview. You both bring some hope to the commoners. Thank you

    • Ali Khat
      Ali Khat 8 ай бұрын

      @M. Von Holland, is there a reason you used “peoplekind” as opposed to humankind?
      I’m just wanting to make sure that I didn’t miss a new thing that is supposed to be said in order to not hurt someone’s feelings.

    • M. von Hollen
      M. von Hollen 9 ай бұрын

      But no mention of peoplekind and the many challenges we face.

    • Tetzukai
      Tetzukai 10 ай бұрын

      Poor people are a “common” demographic everywhere. No, they don’t bring me hope.

    • Frank E
      Frank E 10 ай бұрын +1

      I implore you to abandon the term "commoners" unless in a comedic avenue.

  • Eric_33
    Eric_33 5 ай бұрын +3

    Jordan is a better interviewer than 99% of "pro" interviewers. His questions are never heard in any other interview made to a politician and this guy Pierre sounds genuine. Greetings from Uruguay hopefully Canada gets back on track.

  • South Hill Farm
    South Hill Farm 4 ай бұрын +14

    One of the most impressive interviews I have listened to. A straight shooter that understands economics and how it affects our freedoms.

  • L. Jolie
    L. Jolie 5 күн бұрын +2

    Very good video, hit the nail on the head hard. Thank you Mr. Pollievre and thank you Dr. Peterson.

  • khargo
    khargo 6 ай бұрын +15

    Poilievre has my vote, such a likeable guy, highly intelligent and real leadership qualities.

  • Jan Grahame
    Jan Grahame 5 ай бұрын +4

    Thank you for providing this forum and the questions you proposed to extract some wonderfully revealing dialogue. I hopefully have heard a truly positive message for the future of our country. We can only hope the money funders will see that long term viability of this country and their own wealth depend upon less government control, not more.

  • Cole Bastian
    Cole Bastian 10 ай бұрын +159

    This is, hands down, the single best interview I have ever watched. I'm 47 years old, so I've seen a few in my time. Thank you Dr. Peterson. Real questions being asked is something we rarely see. It takes a man like you to give people like us what we really need these days. The very best of luck to Mr. Poilievre in the next election. Here's hoping he manages even half of what he said in this interview.

    • thecatspajamas19
      thecatspajamas19 10 ай бұрын +3

      Check on Maxime Bernier talking to JP last year, or talking to Dave Rubin 3 years ago. PP has only shifted his opinions as his party as let him. Max has been pushing these messages consistently.

  • Ron Forrest
    Ron Forrest 2 ай бұрын +3

    Great interview both of you carried on a informative conversation that layman can understand

  • Pat Hollingworth
    Pat Hollingworth 6 ай бұрын +5

    Fabulous discussion with two men who understand Canadians ❤

  • Johann Wulff
    Johann Wulff 5 ай бұрын +4

    Excellenent interview! Excellent interviewer! This felt a lot like watching a job interview 👍 Pierre has my vote

  • Randy Bailey
    Randy Bailey 6 ай бұрын +5

    Pierre you have my vote . I've been a conservative for many years. I never thought that you would have to be a certified member. You will make a great PM.

  • Avoavo
    Avoavo Ай бұрын +4

    I’m American but I followed Trudeau on Facebook because I though he seemed like a good, honest, admirable politician. I realized he is quite the opposite and that Facebook buries any negative comments about him. You really have to dig, but there are tons of people who dislike and disapprove of him. I think Pierre seems genuine and I like to watch him talk about Canadian politics.

  • James Glenn
    James Glenn 10 ай бұрын +377

    Thank you Dr.Peterson for having this discussion.

    • Sapporo Ichiban
      Sapporo Ichiban 10 ай бұрын +1

      @NAYKD POET For those who are looking for it, sure.
      To those who wish to protect him for various reasons, they would simply try to dismiss Dr. Peterson as an extremist as they always do when facing a potential challenge.
      The fact that his actions are geared to protect him from scrutiny and being challenged, gives me the impression he has a lot to hide. Unfortunately, the people who need to see this are not getting the message.
      For me personally, I would look at it along with a whole lot of other information and say it fits perfectly with his character and fragile ego. I would be shocked if he ever did an interview with someone who wasn't on his payroll.

      NAYKD POET 10 ай бұрын +1

      @Tracer Maybe Trudeau believes an "umm, ummm, ummm, Harper, ummm, ummm, Harper" sums up his opinion, lol.

      NAYKD POET 10 ай бұрын

      @Sapporo Ichiban Would Trudeau's refusal to an invite not be affirmation for the presumed opinion, rather than an assumption??

    • Tracer
      Tracer 10 ай бұрын +1

      @NAYKD POET Want to hear umm, ummm, ummm, Harper, ummm, ummm, Harper

  • Matthew JG Price
    Matthew JG Price 6 ай бұрын +10

    holy crap! "thank you for your courage"...... got that right 🤺amazingly candid interview. he didn't flinch or "duck and run" or play "hide and seek" or "ring around the rosy" on ANY question. straight shooter ❤️‍🔥▶️

  • Larry Connolly
    Larry Connolly Ай бұрын +3

    Pierre has all the ingredients to make a good smart PM. Canada has a chance to change things with him. Don't throw it away!

  • PullinWrenches
    PullinWrenches 3 ай бұрын +9

    Thank you! Canada is blessed to have both of you fine gentlemen. Your logic & sensibility is very refreshing.

  • H2Raby
    H2Raby 6 ай бұрын +6

    What do we need to do to put Poilievre in office??? Like actually, he makes so much goddamn sense. I want him running the country, I never wanted to vote for someone so bad in my life.

  • jwatchorn
    jwatchorn 2 ай бұрын +5

    I know I am a bit behind and this is 8 months old, but it was a very interesting watch. I really think Trudeau just needs to realize he is unpopular worldwide and call for an election so Canada can move on to fix things, then he can pack up and move to Cuba.

    OLIVA LUCIA 10 ай бұрын +444

    Throughout the interview I kept thinking that Trudeau could never manage such a discussion, because he has no depth. Thank you, Jordan and Pierre, for treating us to your intellectual honesty.

    • Noblity54
      Noblity54 8 ай бұрын

      @ironblud there's the snippet of Pollivere giving him the gears on the WE Charity hearings held on zoom. They may be as close as we get

    • Tricia Best
      Tricia Best 9 ай бұрын +2

      Trudeau only has 7 talking points.

    • cranberry noodle
      cranberry noodle 9 ай бұрын +3

      @SteelCom Is this Justin’s alt account? Because the logical contortions you’re making in order to support him and discredit his opponents are desperate and weird.

  • Big WhiteDwarf
    Big WhiteDwarf 5 ай бұрын +6

    Two of the finest Canadians we have so far.

  • Brian Krahn
    Brian Krahn 6 ай бұрын +4

    Great discussion! You finally brought out the real problem with the latest government. A real eye opener.

  • Jean Cole
    Jean Cole Ай бұрын +5

    Canadians have been beaten down. However these two men give me hope.

  • Jessica March
    Jessica March 5 ай бұрын +7

    I would love to see a round 2 now that Pierre won the Leadership.

  • The Cryptokeeper
    The Cryptokeeper 3 ай бұрын +10

    easily the 2 most inspirational people I've had the pleasure of listening too

  • Marisa
    Marisa 10 ай бұрын +219

    Beautiful interview! It should be mandatory to have our leaders being assessed in this way! Thank you, Pierre to allow your personnality to shine!!

    • George Patterson
      George Patterson 2 ай бұрын +1

      Two American Farmers

    • Fun Bigly
      Fun Bigly 10 ай бұрын +4

      CBC would be televising these kinds of interviews, if they weren't employed in the service of the Turdo

    • Bonnie Hughes
      Bonnie Hughes 10 ай бұрын +3

      ​@In the garden Have you ever wrote or spoke to any parliamentary person to find out what you need to know? Sometimes try and you can get answers.

    • In the garden
      In the garden 10 ай бұрын +1

      Check out who his campaign manager is clue WEF not on my watch

  • Won’t_Judge
    Won’t_Judge Ай бұрын +2

    I wish you had interviewed him for 2 more hours. You need to have him on your show again!! Trudeau needs to go. Poillierve does give us hope and I think he will deliver the changes we need in Canada to fix all that is wrong right now.

  • anica bacina
    anica bacina 5 ай бұрын +5

    I enjoy listening to both of you guys very much.Thank you