The Roosh V Thread

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Discuss our benevolent host here.

In all seriousness though, we don't really have a catch-all spot on the forum to discuss Roosh's videos and articles (though I have seen Roosh repost some articles on the forum recently.) I thought it might be good to have a thread to talk about Roosh's activities outside of the forum, instead of scattered threads all over the place.

I like the new haircut, and I'm enjoying Roosh Hour #50 so far.
 

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New Article: Do Young Men Need God?

Reading this post makes me thankful that I grew up in a Christian home and understood my sinfulness and need for God from a young age. Given my personality type, if I grew up in different circumstances I could easily have become a fedora-tipping atheist worshiping at the altar of rationality and Sciencegod. There but for the grace of God I go.

That's not to say that there's no way I would've become a believer as an adult, but I think it would likely have been more difficult.
 
New Article: Do Young Men Need God?

Reading this post makes me thankful that I grew up in a Christian home and understood my sinfulness and need for God from a young age. Given my personality type, if I grew up in different circumstances I could easily have become a fedora-tipping atheist worshiping at the altar of rationality and Sciencegod. There but for the grace of God I go.

That's not to say that there's no way I would've become a believer as an adult, but I think it would likely have been more difficult.

It’s impossible to win in this material world. If you fail to accept that truth, you’ll suffer one great loss after another, and think it’s all due to randomness or bad luck. You’ll try harder and harder, but only find more darkness. If only I didn’t believe that I could win at a worldly game that cannot be won, how many years of my life would I have saved.

I would prefer a better ending but to each his own.

Is this what winning in life sounds like?


 
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Coja Petrus Uscan

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Cross posting in reference to the reignited banning frenzy that has been unleashed.

If Roosh is reading, could you consider linking your Youtube up with Lbry (a decentralised video platform), so other exiles can view your content, and you have a backup of your work. See:


You'll also get about $280 for signing up.
You don't have to do anything else after that. Your videos are pulled into Lbry automatically.
 
I saw you had a haircut.

I honestly thought with your old hairstyle you wanted to show that you were, or that you genuinely didn't give a fuck about your look because, you were a "mountain man" or going into monkmode/MGTOW or wanted to be religious or wanted a "guru" look. Didn't realise you actually thought it looked cool :laughter:
 

Zep

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That was really charming.

See, Rebecca said what I said to you a couple of months ago, 41 is not old at all.

Wouldn't be surprised if through this interview a wife was found for you.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

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Regarding what Roosh says about seeking a church that is away from the worldly and not necessarily packed with young, marriageable women. It reminds me of the folly of The Church of England. This is the sort of thing they put out:


Young excitable girls, caked in makeup talking about secular dating.

The Church of England is in steady decline, which is only buttressed by immigrants who often find there is no church for their denomination where they live. Church attendance in Britain has been rising overall, again partly due to Afro and EE immigration. But as what was once one of the largest churches in the world promotes climate change, immigration and globalism many of their largely conservative members have jettisoned to other denominations.

The future of Christianity is sterner, more humble and less wordly.
 
Excellent interview. Continued to warm up into the end. I'm surprised to see these girls on YT. I'll have to share their channel with others.

Rebecca's concerns regarding the world are on a lot of parents' minds ATM. It was clear it's been weighing on her and she's not alone in that. I suggest finding other parents and creating that community IRL (however formally), as Roosh mentioned.

Knowing you have other Christian parents on your side, feeling the same, planning for the same, can do a lot of good for your well-being during this time. They're just as eager for these relationships as you are.
 
I was impressed they did some homework in finding an area in Idaho that would allow you to incorporate a tract of land into your own township. I don't think its a viable strategy but the Amish are still going strong and I would love to be proven wrong.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

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It would be interesting to hear some guests on the lengthy installments of Roosh Hour. There were some good exchanges with characters like Faith Goldy and Loomer and it would be interesting to see the dynamic today.

There are a number of members who I would be interested in hearing from. That come to mind:

@Leonard D Neubache, @ilostabet, @Aurini, @AnonymousBosch, @Samseau, @doc holliday, @Montrose, @Noir, @scorpion, @griffinmill, @Oak, @Radoste

Outside of the forum: Jesse Lee Peterson, Peter Hitchens (long shot)

As well as adjacent fence sitters: Molyneux, Paul Joseph Watson and their ilk

You can really see the longing with Molyneux and Watson. They have moved towards cultural Christianity and are in need of a few seeds sow in their demesne.
 
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