Roosh V, the blogger behind the website Return of Kings gave feminists and SJWs a spanking in Montreal this weekend, the likes of which delivered butthurt by the truckload. In a well-orchestrated misinformation campaign, Roosh simultaneously prevented the thought police from shutting his event down and revealed them for the ugly, hateful scumbags they are.
Demonstrating why feminists hardly ever survive STEM degrees, one tweeter urged her fellow fascists to consider that alcohol is flammable after one delightful feminist threw her drink at Roosh, covering him in alcohol.
The alcohol in question was beer, which is mostly water, and water is not exactly a combustible substance, but no matter. Inciting people to burn a man alive because you don’t like his ideas is par for the feminist course, and Roosh put the spotlight on the little psychopath. Filming and claiming responsibility for an assault is perhaps not the smartest strategy to avoid arrest – no word if Roosh plans to take action on that account.
Another feminist and her white knight ally hoped that Roosh eventually has a daughter, and that this unborn innocent be raped to teach Roosh that rape is bad or something. It was unclear how old the child would be when this rape took place. One hopes they were not wishing for the hypothetical infant to be raped the moment it was born, but the Planned Parenthood house of horrors and the general feminist support for decapitating and crushing infants in the womb gives one pause.
Another charming feminist took a hypothetical question ‘would you bang’ and turned it into a false rape allegation. So if hypothetical questions from Roosh are to be taken literally, are hypothetical daughters who are going to be raped also to be taken seriously? Or are feminists just blathering idiots?
Here are the conditions under which Roosh would bang this feminist: clearly a rape threat, amirite?
Pretty much all of this is juvenile, immature, idiotic behavior from adults who should know better, but it’s complete bullshit that feminists and SJWs can dish out this kind of abuse and then expect to still be seen as the victims.
Most of the feminists are rage-reacting to an article Roosh wrote about rape, and why it should be legal. Obviously, the article was satirical, and engaged a thought experiment to address the cult of victimhood and denial of women’s adult agency when it comes to rape. His thought experiment is essentially this: if rape were legal on private property, would women then begin to take responsibility for their actions and make smarter choices? Hey, guess what? Yes they would! Rape shouldn’t have to be legal for women to make smart choices, and no, he’s not making an argument that given the chance, all men will rape. Non sequitur. Most people will not steal your car under any circumstance. This does mean you should leave it unlocked in a dicey part of town. It just takes one car thief so lock your car. And let me forestall the usual ‘women are not cars and you can’t compare them’ argument. It’s called reasoning by analogy, and it’s a perfectly valid form of argument that is actually fundamental to human thought, so take that banal objection elsewhere.
What feminists and SJWs really hate about Roosh is that he insists the traditional virtues of masculinity be recognized as virtues by men, those very same virtues feminists claim are toxic. Roosh commits the double crimes of refusing to place women at the center of the dialogue on masculinity, and refusing to hate masculinity, and hence himself and other men. Roosh encourages men to embrace physical strength and ability, authority over their personal lives, including their relationships with women, and economic independence. A lot of people in the manosphere dislike Roosh for the emphasis he places on physically satisfying relationships with women, as opposed to long-term, romantic relationships. Sex over love, in other words, but for many young men, sex is more interesting and satisfying than love, and given the risks a man takes on by focusing on long-term relationships (aka marriage), it’s no wonder plenty of men are interested in getting laid, not delivering all their hard won assets to women on deeply unfair terms. The real question is why aren’t more men interested in Roosh and his message?
Given the extensive media coverage of Roosh in Canada, there are now tens of thousands of men who have been introduced to Roosh and his message. Hey, well played feminists and SJWs! The Streisand Effect. You might want to look that up.
Roosh is now off to Toronto, and it should be interesting to see what the local feminist SJW crowd tries to pull there. I’m confident that whatever happens, Roosh will handle it with charm and aplomb. He’s a better person than me, I can tell you. If someone throws a drink on me, they’ll need a trip to the dentist very shortly after. My left hook has gotten wicked strong.
Lots of love,