Forget about his stingy postmodernism / marxism comments. Of course that's gonna get some kneejerk reactions. I want to hear from jungians, neuropsychologists, religious scholars and first and foremost other clinical psychologists. The latter is where he has the upper hand in most debates. Most commentators or debaters hardly have any experience like that.

Also, I'd like to know where he associates with nazis? Is that because of the Pepe symbol?

I must admit, I do like his ways more before he got famous/notorious. His old lectures are looser in structure, but better.