“Incel Hero” Jordan Peterson Cried When Asked About Olivia Wilde Modeling Chris Pine’s “Don’t Worry Darling” Character After Him
One of the scarier subcultures to come out of the batshit crazy political climate we’ve been living through are “incels,” or basically a group of angry, conservative, undesirable men whining on the internet about being utterly unfuckable and how it’s all women’s fault. Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, a Canadian psychologist, often spews rhetoric the incels agree with and makes them feel smart when regurgitating his blather, so he’s emerged as a leader of the incel community. And because Don’t Worry Darling accounts for 97% of all current drama, here we are. Olivia Wilde, still making the rounds promoting DWD–now talking about the actual film rather than the conflicts in the cast and crew–recently said that she based Chris Pine’s character, Frank, around “insane, pseudo-intellectual hero” Jordan Peterson. Jordan recently appeared on Piers Morgan Uncensored and broke down in tears when asked his thoughts about inspiring the unsavory character.
According to The New York Post, an interview with Olivia recently appeared in Interview Magazine. In it, she gave more insight into the inspiration for Chris’s character, including some blunt (accurate) words about Jordan Peterson.
“We based that character on this insane man, Jordan Peterson, who is this pseudo-intellectual hero to the incel community,” she told the outlet. The star explained that incels are “disenfranchised, mostly white men who believe they are entitled to sex from women.”
“This guy Jordan Peterson is someone that legitimises certain aspects of [the incel] movement because he’s a former professor, he’s an author, he wears a suit, so they feel like this is a real philosophy that should be taken seriously.”
Jordan was on Piers Morgan Uncensored (keep in mind that Piers Morgan is another insufferable boo-hooer who blames the consequences of his actions on others) and asked him how he felt about what Olivia said.
“This insane man, this pseudo-intellectual hero to the incel community, incel being these weirdo loner men who are despicable in many ways. Is that you? Are you the intellectual hero to these people?,” the Sky News host asked.
Jordan started to answer, but then something strange that’s only supposed to happen to emotional lady-folk happened: wetness began forming in his eyes as he held back his urge to wail, “WON’T SOMEONE PLEASE THINK OF THE POOR MARGINALIZED INCELS?!”
“Sure, why not. People have been after me for a long time because I have been speaking to young men, what a terrible thing to do,” Peterson replied. It was at that point the controversial commentator broke down in tears.
“I thought the marginalized were supposed to have a voice?,” he said in tears.
And when Captain Obvious Piers pointed out that Jordan was getting emotional, he continued to advocate for the young, pissed-off, lonely men with patchy neckbeards and full balls.
“God, you know. It’s very difficult to understand how demoralised people are, and certainly many young men are in that category,” Peterson exclaimed in fury.
“And you get these casual insults, these ‘incels’ – what does it mean? It’s like these men, they don’t know how to make themselves attractive to women – who are very picky and good for them.”
“Women, like, be picky. That’s your gift, man. Demand high standards from your man. Fair enough. But all these men who are alienated it’s like, they’re lonesome and they don’t know what to do and everyone piles abuse on them.”
But no worries, as Jordan collected himself and the tears dried, he assured Piers that Olivia’s comment didn’t really faze him even one little bit.
Morgan asked the media personality if Wilde’s comments “stung” him.
“Oh, by that time, as far as critique goes, that was kind of low level,” Peterson said. “I mean, once I got painted as ‘Red Skull’, you know, a magical super Nazi, that was kind of the end of the insults.
“There’s no place past that. So, when Olivia Wilde made those comments, the first thing I did was go look at the preview for a movie, which I quite liked. I thought, ‘I would go see that movie probably’. And perhaps I will. It didn’t really bother me.”
Even though he’ll probably have to dodge the pleas for autographs from many a solo moviegoing incel excited that they’re meeting a “magical super Nazi,” he might even go see DWD! You know, since he’s so masculine and unbothered.
“I said, ‘I hope that you know that if I had to be played by someone, I think Chris [Pine]… is a very good-looking man,’” he said. “So that seems alright, you know, and then I said something like, ‘I hope he gets my fashion style choice right when he plays me,’ and it was a joke. All that was a joke.”
Here’s the clip:
So Olivia better watch her back; she’s insulted the incels’ king and they’re a heated bunch who’ve been ready for a battle since practicing hate-fighting their Barney dolls back in ‘93; and a little Harry Styles spit probably won’t deter them since they’ve been stockpiling weapons in the unplugged deep-freezer in their parents’ basement immediately upon hearing the outcome of the 2020 election.