Artaxerxes wrote: ↑
Sun May 26, 2019 10:05 pm
I think a possibility to consider at this point is that Roosh may be an agent of some sort, created to give guys with masculine pursuits bad stigmas, which is why he's labeled a rapist and his books got banned even though he never did anything controversial. A huge clue is his birthday, which "happens" to be the same as Trump's. I'm making a website which will go into more detail on this stuff, and I'll explain there how birthdays are used as code signals. And he is part Armenian - they are some of the least trustworthy people that exist. I'm still not entirely sure of course, but it's another possibility to entertain.
I was meaning to touch on that issue with longish post above.
I'm a big believer in the "problem, reaction, solution" theory. For instance, flood Germany with dangerous migrants then use it to justify a lurch to the right. How to do it? Fund Neoliberals beforehand.
One of my real dislikes is the Neopagan ie homo/tranny militants, neoliberal lot. BUT religious right extremists can be harmful in their own way.
It may be that Roosh could have been used in some ways, even unwittingly. Its possibly a big topic but the suggestion of fake accounts makes me wonder too. As a parallel in England, we had a massive miners strike 30 years ago. Our secret services infiltrated the protestor groups to discredit them. The far righters always say "why is Roosh so against migrants if he's one himself?". I had some hunch he had a long term agenda to sell people Islam. But to me, he makes mistakes which harm his credibility. There again, he has built up a reasonable high profile. That is a weapon... to someone potentially.
The Alex Cazes thing did make me wonder. With some people sayng "being a man is about going out and doing it, no fear", you have to think "well thats gonna get snoopers from various authorities" thinking "ahhh we can have a nose around here". In some jurisdictions, soon after the snooping you can get attempts at entrapment. I'm from a legal background originally, so thats my personal observations coming thro.
I do also maintain that some of his statements did actually harm the cause of us red pillers. I have these feeling that he loved to shock, like an "intellectual with Tourettes" type of style. He was trying to get into the mindset of people who live on "gut instincts" but I just think it failed.
The way he mentioned "beware of doxxing" did make me wonder if he forecast something. Or even his conscience was saying something to us.
I've seen people carrying an unease act this way before, but that would be a different topic. And the fact he came from Washington DC also made me wonder... who might be connected to him. Ofcourse its full of agitators, grass roots spin coordinators etc etc. I think the birthdays thing might have something in it too. But overall, there's just something I can't quite put my finger on.
PS there's also the question, what were these fake accounts about. Some of em seemed really plausible in rep terms. And why are red pill sites disappearing. There don't seem to be THAT many left infact, even tho I assume a fair proprtion of Wsterners are red pill to some extent.
PPS In summary on Roosh, there was lots I agreed with him on, there was some I didn't (and then lots!) He didn't exactly endear himself to me and I've always had a nagging feeling about him. But right now he seems troubled. I don't think he will change though.