When Victimhood Leads to Genocide – Prof. Jordan Peterson on Dekulakization

In this excerpt of his lecture series “Maps of Meaning” psychology professor Jordan Peterson talks about an especially bleak and horrifying but relatively unknown episode in the history of the Soviet Union – the Dekulakization. He points out how enhanced victimization and the concept of class guilt ultimately led to genocide and the starvation of millions of people.


Be sure to watch the complete lecture “2017 Maps of Meaning 4: Marionettes and Individuals (Part 3)” held at the University of Toronto here.



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