Ironic rape-legalization proponent Roosh Valizadeh would like his terrible followers to declare war on the evil media that has said so many not-very-nice things about him, often by simply quoting things he has said.
Reflecting on his own experience as a media darling last year, Roosh informs his readers in a blog post that
Being part of a dissident movement that wants to affect societal change will put you on the media’s radar, leading to the assignment of a team of journalists to marginalize your movement’s views. They’ll produce dozens of content pieces that make your movement appear more threatening than Hitler, all while advancing their globohomo agenda.
Yes, he did actually accuse the media of having a “globohomo agenda.”
He also misused the word “affect,” but I think we can let that slide.
While you may appreciate the work I’ve done, its malicious distortion strengthened myths such as “rape culture” and “toxic misogyny” for no concrete benefit except to make me infamous. I can accept that every time I am in the news, I help the enemy, because their false constructions and accusations help their side more than ours.
Darn those globohomos and their globohomoing ways!
Aside from not being an infamous reactionary “pickup artist,” how can you fight the evil globohomo media? By revealing “how the media has colluded with the establishment machine to present fake news to the public.”
And if you don’t have any proof that the evil globohomo media has actually done anything wrong? Talk about how ugly they are.
If you don’t have evidence that journalists are colluding with establishment forces, make fun of them. Make them appear as “uncool” salarymen in the eyes of the public. Mock their appearance, their mannerisms, and their weaknesses. Insult their intelligence as teleprompter-reading puppets. Bring to light their privileged, decadent, and amoral lifestyles that puts them out of touch to anyone who lives in but a handful of coastal cities.
I’ve done a little research and found this photo of some evil journalists living “privileged, decadent, and amoral lifestyles.”
Oh, wait, I am being told that those are not journalists. Never mind.