Nah, that's a bad take. It's a test of one's faith to maintain it in a world that is hostile to such a faith, and it's totally inappropriate and weird to judge Roosh as both wounded and sensitive. The only issue with Roosh hour was that it was constantly being cancelled and suppressed. I bet Gab.tv would a good place if he ever wanted to launch a new show.This podcast helped me realize that Roosh is a 'glass half-empty' person that predominantly focuses on the negative instead of positive. No matter the positives if there are negatives they will outweigh Roosh's scales. It's a form of invisible black pill. The world is horrid and bleak. I get that but Death to the World. This mindset is a product of the corporate West and the only cure for a person like Roosh is to get out of this Matrix, get out of US, get out of cities. A wounded person cannot heal in such a place. Roosh often asked rhetorically where to go. There are many such places. He was in Novi Sad. Plenty of monasteries there. It's a good place to pursue Orthodoxy. Armenia despite all it's faults it's a different world compared to USA. There is a lot to pick and choose over entire Balkans. Unfortunately Roosh can't fully unplug. To do that he would have to close the forum. If the forum remains he will always be connected to the news feed. That thing has to be avoided at all cost because it burns the soul. Anything that comes from the west today is lethal poison. It was a good decision to end Roosh Hour. I think he starts to see how deep the wound goes. It's not enough. A wound cannot heal in a cesspool. A person this sensitive to the rot has to get out completely. I wish I had such a wound because it would help me make the right decision.