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(04-29-2016 12:05 PM)Roosh Wrote:  1. The Battle Of Canada: How 90 Men Stood Up Against The Globalist Establishment—And Won

2. Canada Triggered: How 90 Men Stood Up Against The Globalist Establishment—And Won

Note the language that Roosh uses. How 90 Men Stood Up Against The Globalist Establishment.

The most obvious title would be "How I stood up against the establishment."

Roosh has every reason to be extremely proud of what he achieved in Canada, and yet the provisional title of his book makes no mention of his own individual achievements. Instead it pays homage to all of the men who, while their contributions didn't match those of Roosh, were indispensable to the overall success of the tour.

To most people, this would be a subtle detail that wouldn't even be noticed. I'd be willing to bet that Roosh himself didn't consider this when choosing the title. And while it is a subtle detail, it is nevertheless significant. It speaks of a man who sincerely believes in his message, and how it inspires the men of both the community he has built and men in general. The goal of the world tour was clearly not merely an ego-boosting bid for fame, notoriety and recognition as was portrayed in the media - (although these were achieved with the help of the media). Roosh is a leader who has brought together thousands of rational men and motivated them to change their lives for the better. Roosh pays tribute to this in his choice of book title - it's not about him, it's about the community.

I know it sounds like I'm gushing like a 15 year old girl talking about her crush, but I'm truly impressed. I'll be honest - there were times in the past were I was somewhat skeptical about Roosh's motivation for all that he does. However, events of the past year, and now his choice of book title, have completely laid these doubts to rest.

It reminds me of the language that Donald Trump uses. Although his ego is justifiably large, he constantly refers to the greatness and virtues of the American people as a whole. He talks about "our" country and "our" people. He refers to his campaign as a movement. While he understands that he is a remarkable man and that few people could accomplish what he has as a leader, none of it would be possible without the remarkable people who support him. It's the mix of self-confidence and unpretentiousness that make him such a great man.
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(04-29-2016 01:42 PM)Orion Wrote:  Reading Canada on cover would make people think topic of the book to be something rather obscure and local for general public, while you want to convince them otherwise

Have to agree with this. the battles may have been in Canada, but the meetup outrage was worldwide, and the story is relevant worldwide.

"The Great War" only took place in part of Europe, but the history books call it "World War One" not "The Little bit of Europe War"

I also think the cover should have ROOSH V printed at least as large as the title, since it's almost a household name now

"Hey.... Isn't that that legal rape guy?"

Oh, and if there was some way to incorporate the word "Bang" for consistency and lolzs, + may = more sales of previous books.

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Battleground Canada- How 90 Men Besieged The Globalist Establishment & Won
Ballad of the 90- Standing Up To The Globalist Juggernaut & Winning
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Roosh, if you want to guarantee strong sales of this book all over the world for many years, and get the mainstream media to notice you all over the world again, do NOT put the word "Canada" in the title.

I think a more appropriate title that encompasses not just what happened in Canada, but also during your whole world tour in 2015 and during the cancelled meetups last February would be something like this:



Return of the Patriarchy

The worldwide anti-establishment meetups of male thought criminals




This is a title that will stay relevant for many decades from now.
Putting "Canada" in the title will make many people disinterested in something that seems way too niche.
But with such a title as I suggested above, it means that any red pill (or potential red pill) man in any country (in Europe South America, Asia, Australia, etc.) will be interested in reading, learning and possibly joining us in our future battles...even if they read the book many years from now.

Also, a title like that can be easily translated into many other languages and will catch people's eye in many other regions of the world.
It will get mainstream news outlets worldwide to notice you again, write new articles, and possibly want to interview you about the book and events that happened.
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Snatching Patriarchy from the jaws of Feminism.
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I love the title "Battle of Canada," and

(04-29-2016 10:55 PM)Sooth Wrote:  Here is a quick idea:

[Image: QaUTKfQ.jpg]

This is perfect. It conveys both intrigue and humor and pushes forward Roosh's brand.
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The SJW Wars-

How Roosh and a few good men chased down 30 white knights and Feminists and told them to GO HOME!
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(04-30-2016 01:01 AM)Irenicus Wrote:  La Rooshistance - How We Stood, and Won. (timeless)

Bang in the Belly of the Beast

State of Man - memoirs

Banging the Way to Victory
This is a good idea, using the State Of Man tagline from your speeches would tie the theme together.
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(04-30-2016 09:08 AM)Sumanguru Wrote:  I love the title "Battle of Canada," and

(04-29-2016 10:55 PM)Sooth Wrote:  Here is a quick idea:

[Image: QaUTKfQ.jpg]

This is perfect. It conveys both intrigue and humor and pushes forward Roosh's brand.

Just one thing: the word Conquered should be replaced, I think, by something like "Fenced Off, Resisted, Thwarted, Stood up to, Pushed back against"...

Because, the globalist establishment just suffered a set-back, a humiliation, in the Battle of Canada, of course it is not defeated yet.

Roosh in Canada put a dent into the Globalist Establishment, which in itself is absolutely a great accomplishment, but, only someone like D. Trump (allying with V. Putin?) can conquer and defeat the Globalist Establishment.

So... Maybe: "Battle of Canada, How 90 courageous men outsmarted the whole Establishment"
or,
"Battle of Canada, When 90 courageous men outmaneuvered the Establishment"

Or... some Lord of the Ring- inspired title:

"World Tour Battle: 90 brave men and Roosh to lead them all"
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(04-30-2016 10:43 AM)Going strong Wrote:  
(04-30-2016 09:08 AM)Sumanguru Wrote:  I love the title "Battle of Canada," and

(04-29-2016 10:55 PM)Sooth Wrote:  Here is a quick idea:

[Image: QaUTKfQ.jpg]

This is perfect. It conveys both intrigue and humor and pushes forward Roosh's brand.

Just one thing: the word Conquered should be replaced, I think, by something like "Fenced Off, Resisted, Thwarted, Stood up to, Pushed back against"...

Because, the globalist establishment just suffered a set-back, a humiliation, in the Battle of Canada, of course it is not defeated yet.

Roosh in Canada put a dent into the Globalist Establishment, which in itself is absolutely a great accomplishment, but, only someone like D. Trump (allying with V. Putin?) can conquer and defeat the Globalist Establishment.

So... Maybe: "Battle of Canada, How 90 courageous men outsmarted the whole Establishment"
or,
"Battle of Canada, When 90 courageous men outmaneuvered the Establishment"

I'd cut it down further.

Triggered: How 90 Men Thwarted the Globalists. Less syllables.

I think Triggered is better, since 'Battle of Canada' sounds a tad ostentatious, in my opinion.

For that matter, I think a simple The 90 would also be effective without any subtitle at all.

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Incorporating the words "The State of Man" and/or "Neomasculinity" into the book title is also a good suggestion for a name that will:

1. Stand the test of time.
2. Be easily translated into other languages
3. Get mainstream media attention overseas
4. Not be too niche
5. Get men worldwide interested in reading/learning from/joining us.
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I like "Canada Triggered."

It sends a direct shot across the bow to SJW's and therefore takes advantage of the pendulum against them.

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"Mounties" might have pun potential in a title, but I can't think of one
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How about this:

Culture War: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation

Maybe "culture war" is too vague? I think an adjective may have to go before 'culture'.

The New Culture Wars: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation
The Modern Culture Wars: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation

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(04-30-2016 11:24 AM)Roosh Wrote:  How about this:

Culture War: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation

I like that a lot.

Other ideas

Culture War: Fighting Back Against the Establishment

Culture War: The State of Man
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(04-30-2016 11:24 AM)Roosh Wrote:  How about this:

Culture War: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation

Maybe "culture war" is too vague? I think an adjective may have to go before 'culture'.

The New Culture Wars: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation
The Modern Culture Wars: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Establishment Of An Entire Nation

Here are my thoughts... take them for what they're worth.

Someone like me is going to buy the book regardless of what it's called, or the content, simply because I support the movement, free speech, the forum, and all things Roosh. I suspect that's the case with most ROK readers and RVFers. We don't need to be targeted.

On the flip side, you know that SJWs are going to "boycott" it no matter what it's called. This will have the ironic effect of generating attention to it.

Thus, the question thus becomes two fold: 1) who are you trying to target? More mainstream readers? A specific audience?; and 2) Are you trying to name the book in a way that will generate a lot of media attention?

If I were writing the book, I would be trying to target the "silent majority" - the people who can't tell their wives or girlfriend that they're voting for Trump, but are secretly are like "thank GOD someone is speaking out against all this politically correct bullshit." You don't know how many people come up to me in private and say stuff like "Dude, I wish I could post all the pro-Trump stuff like you do. But my wife would disown me." They're secretly fed up with the PC fascism.

However, most people are not that up on the culture wars. They don't know who "Trigglypuff" is, and don't understand internet slang like "SJW", "white knight", etc. Us internet forum posters are still a small subculture. Your more average reader also does not keep up with the "war", either. These are the people who just know they're fed up with PC bullshit, but don't live and breathe it everyday.

As such, more basic words like "political correctness", "cultural conservative", and "liberalism" appeal to a broader audience. This is a good article about how Trump managed to do it:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/...story.html

With all that in mind, I'd probably go with something along these lines -

"Turning the Tide of Political Correctness: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Agenda Of An Entire Nation And Refused to Be Silenced"

"The Triumphant Return of Cultural Conservatism: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Agenda Of An Entire Nation And Refused to Be Silenced"

"Winning Back Our Culture: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Agenda Of An Entire Nation And Refused to Be Silenced"

"When Cultural Liberalism Went Too Far: How 90 Men Beat The Globalist Agenda Of An Entire Nation And Refused to Be Silenced"

Also, adding something about "men" in the title will instantly have the media writing it off as a "Men's Rights" book, falsely implying that we're lobbying for special rights like "manternity leave" or a "safe space" to talk about boobies and bacon while drinking craft beer.

My two cents.
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I think another idea that could also work would be making reference to narrative warfare, the collapse of the narrative, etc.

Something like Narrative Collapse: The Untold Story of How 90 Men Subverted the Establishment and Ignited a Movement.

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The Roosh World Tour: How 90 Men Triggered a Nation

As good as some of the titles are, I think some of them are just way too long.

I think MiscBrah has a good title. Culture War: The State of Man. Straight forward and to the point. Including the word neomasculinity is also a good thing to consider.
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(04-30-2016 12:18 PM)CH-Toronto Wrote:  The Roosh World Tour: How 90 Men Triggered a Nation

As good as some of the titles are, I think some of them are just way too long.

I think MiscBrah has a good title. Culture War: The State of Man. Straight forward and to the point. Including the word neomasculinity is also a good thing to consider.

That's too close to Jack Donovan's book "The Way of Men"
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