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RE: I need help naming my next book
"Globalist establishment" of an entire nation sounds somewhat contradictory for a headline.

I honestly like the first title idea, but HankMoody had a good point about the "silent majority" too. It shows social proof and recall how Trump's used it to great effect.

Canada Triggered: How 90 Men Defied the Forces of Political Correctness for the Silent Majority.

Depends on what you want to do and who you want to market to. "Globalist establishment" is a bit arcane, but probably not to your own niche market.

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(04-30-2016 12:29 PM)Libertas Wrote:  "Globalist establishment" of an entire nation sounds somewhat contradictory for a headline.

I honestly like the first title idea, but HankMoody had a good point about the "silent majority" too. It shows social proof and recall how Trump's used it to great effect.

Canada Triggered: How 90 Men Defied the Forces of Political Correctness for the Silent Majority.

Depends on what you want to do and who you want to market to. "Globalist establishment" is a bit arcane, but probably not to your own niche market.

I had the same concerns. Actually had to think about it in depth thinking I was missing something.

I liked QC's idea of the Canadian Crosshairs. Using a rifle scope image over the Roosh logo.

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(04-30-2016 11:36 AM)MiscBrah Wrote:  
(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
I Like Culture War: The State Of Man

Strong title
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Yeah, but the state of man sounds somewhat nebulous to those outside this corner.

Canada Triggered or the Battle of Canada are visceral and hit you in the gut right away.

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(04-30-2016 12:52 PM)Libertas Wrote:  Yeah, but the state of man sounds somewhat nebulous to those outside this corner.

Canada Triggered or the Battle of Canada are visceral and hit you in the gut right away.

"Triggered" or "Trigger Warning" still isn't understood by the vast majority of people though.
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(04-30-2016 12:53 PM)HankMoody Wrote:  
(04-30-2016 12:52 PM)Libertas Wrote:  Yeah, but the state of man sounds somewhat nebulous to those outside this corner.

Canada Triggered or the Battle of Canada are visceral and hit you in the gut right away.

"Triggered" or "Trigger Warning" still isn't understood by the vast majority of people though.

Agreed....and having the word "Canada" in the title will just alienate a lot of potential overseas male readers/mainstream media outlets who aren't aware or missed all this....and who will be a lot more curious with a more all-encompassing, yet short, title.

The major events may have happened in Canada, but the story, ideas and concepts in the book really affect men worldwide, so phrases like "culture wars" "state of man" "neomasculinity" "patriarchy" "thought criminals" and so forth make the topic a lot more clear, yet at the same time, also more intriguing.
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Even though the main events happen in Canada, the larger issue is about the movement that's been created I think. Putting Canada in the title implies that it is the story rather than you, us, and the fight back in general.

Canada was just the first battle ground, there are SJW bots just like them all over, and other battles currently and in the future.

While most buyers will be those already aware of you and buy it regardless of the title, for people that don't know about you however I think it's better to choose a title along the lines of Culture War: The State Of Man or similar, it tells the buyer what it's about more clearly and would have a wider appeal.

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Sort of a nitpick here, but "The Battle of Canada" sounds a little too broad. Battles are named for towns and cities, not countries (i.e. the Battles of Waterloo, Stalingrad and Thermopylae, not the battles of Belgium, the USSR and Greece).

"The Battle of Montreal" would be better in this regard, as I believe Montreal was the city where the harshest resistance was met and overcome.

Subtitle: "How 90 men stood up to political correctness, fanatical communist agitators and the entire global establishment - and won"

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Words I would try and incorporate:

"Liberal Extremism"
"Political Correctness"
"Cultural Conservatism"
"Freedom of speech / silenced"

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Culture War sounds outdated at least from a US perspective. Associated with the extreme evangelical republicans from 20 years ago.
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(04-30-2016 11:12 AM)EDantes Wrote:  "Mounties" might have pun potential in a title, but I can't think of one

How about;

"Make Mounties Heterosexual Again".
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(04-30-2016 12:29 PM)Libertas Wrote:  "Globalist establishment" of an entire nation sounds somewhat contradictory for a headline.

I honestly like the first title idea, but HankMoody had a good point about the "silent majority" too. It shows social proof and recall how Trump's used it to great effect.

Canada Triggered: How 90 Men Defied the Forces of Political Correctness for the Silent Majority.

Depends on what you want to do and who you want to market to. "Globalist establishment" is a bit arcane, but probably not to your own niche market.

"Silent Majority" sounds like 80's-era Conserv-speak.

For that matter, 'Globalist' plays to us, but I don't think the concept has still reached the masses. Trump firing his 'Globalism' cannon shot across the battlefield reads as a watershed moment for guys like us - and I'm guessing /pol/ looks all Randy Marsh about now - but I don't think the Proles really register the concept as it's too vague and too multi-applicable, and it doesn't work to mobilise and infuriate the way 'The 1%' works for Progressives, or even 'The Illuminati' seems to work for those I'd consider largely-asleep.

What exactly is it? I've watched it transfer through various meanings in my life.

I mean, is 'Globalisation' about 60's / 70's Hippie Ideals like 'It's A Small World' and 'One Hundred Children', and every classroom poster in the 70's of diverse kids in national dress holding hands around a planet?

It it 80's Environmentalism, such as Saving the Rainforests, stopping nuclear power, or blocking a Tasmanian hydroelectric dam because you have a responsibility as a citizen of the world to care for the earth?

Is it about 90's Free Trade and Coca-Colonisation, erasing poverty, organic coffee, monitoring sweatshops and fearing Psychopathic Corporations?

Or does now mean Open Borders, Anti-Nationalism and constant TV shows and movies about how Mankind is the Real Monster?

To my eyes it's just the natural progression of Leftist Ideals, but to others, well, I think you could ask five different people what 'Globalisation' is and get five different answers.

Would "How 90 Men Triumphed Over PC Hysteria" be an easier sell?

The Battle of Canada sounds like a wrestling match. If you go that route get the Bally rolling:

Treason vs Reason!
The Media vs A Leader!
Progressives vs Aggressives!
Feminists vs Men With Fists!
Politicians vs Tactiticans!
Academia vs Cool Demeanor!
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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'.

Male Resistance and Culture War

subtitle: How 90 men beat Canada's Globalist Establishment
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(04-30-2016 07:40 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(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'.

Male Resistance and Culture War

subtitle: How 90 men beat Canada's Globalist Establishment

I think "male resistance" will get labeled in the media as a book about advocating for "men's rights."

I like the subtitle a lot, but I would change it to "How 90 men defeated Canada's push for cultural liberal extremism" or something.
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Thought of another one:

Un-Muffled: How 90 Unapologetically Masculine Men Made Canadian Censorship Retreat

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Something like this for a cover, only a little less clip-arty. Big Grin
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Someone mentioned that people will probably protest the book, try to get it removed even.

I wonder if it would be possible to think of a title that is appropriate for what happened in Canada but also mocks them when they try to ban it.

This isn't great but "Failed Banning Attempt: ..."

I can't really think of anything at the moment.

But the chance to mock them while trying to ban a book would be funny.

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Clashes in Canada: How 90 Masculine Men Repelled The Footsoldiers of Globalism-- And Triumphed.

Cuck Fanada came to mind, but might be too clever or obscure.
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"Freedom Isn't Free: How 90 Men Stood Up For Freedom of Speech & Association"

or, increasing the illiteration:

"Freedom Isn't Free: How 90 Men Fought For Freedom of Speech & Association"
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I would somehow try to work "exposed" into the title. Ex: "How 90 Men Exposed the ... the Establishment"

Too bad "Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them" is already taken. That would be spot on.

Bang the Establishment: How Journalistic "Integrity" Didn't Go in The Direction it Was Hoping For
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(04-30-2016 10:04 PM)samsamsam Wrote:  Someone mentioned that people will probably protest the book, try to get it removed even.

I wonder if it would be possible to think of a title that is appropriate for what happened in Canada but also mocks them when they try to ban it.

This isn't great but "Failed Banning Attempt: ..."

I can't really think of anything at the moment.

But the chance to mock them while trying to ban a book would be funny.

I see potential here, also could refer to the much hyped possible "banning" of Roosh from Australia and Britain

What if the main title was "BANG ME", but with the "G" in a different colour so it read like "ban(g) me" and then a much smaller subheading like "How 90 men etc..." and ROOSH V real big at the bottom?

I would buy that book.... and wink at the checkout girl while doing so.

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