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“Agent Orange” Addresses the Men’s Rights Movement in Possibly the Most Unintentionally Hilarious Video Ever [UPDATE: Transcript!]

I know. It’s an MRA. It’s nine minutes long. But seriously, just watch it. You won’t regret it.

And, no, it’s not a parody.

If you want to see what the man behind the voice looks like, check out his Gravatar.

After you’ve finished laughing, you can go over and read the catty little thread it inspired over on

Since WordPress now allows us to add polls to our posts I’m adding one right here.

EDITED TO ADD: And now, thanks to serrana, here’s a transcript of the whole bloody thing. Make like a bird, and read it:

I am Agent Orange. I am responsible for the initial collection of data from the now defunct forums of I also recruited most of the team and set forth the vision that would become the Agent Orange Files. I continued promoting the Agent Orange Files during the radfem 2012 fiasco.

I have waited and watched for quite some time the events unfold around me in this broad movement called the MRM. I have seen a sickness strike the heart of what I’ve once considered something grand.

Now, in my capacity as a sort of bird in the sky, I hear rumblings of malcontent throughout the halls of my esteemed brothers. This troubles me as I have not been troubled before. In my life, there has been nothing that has troubled me more. I give of my time, love, and life itself in hopes of creating a society free of misandry, where all humans are judged equally before the laws of nations throughout the world.

Are we still in the wilderness, my brothers, where there are none but our own voices to fall upon our ears? Are we still shouting at the top of our lungs and hearing but a brief echo announcing our solitude? Or have we built a fortress in this cold land, paving paths to others to trade ideas in good faith? Have we not spit in the eyes of our enemies, met them in many skirmishes, and run a sword of truth into the heart of their lies over and over?

We have done much, even to the consternation of those who would use our name in vain for their own petty purposes. We men have refused to back the fight with honeyed words, and bowing to properness and propriety. We have damned the use of all but plain speech in the signing of declarations of war against those who would enslave us. We have spit upon them for good measure as is rightfully deserved.

But the sickness still comes into our fort. It is one borne of temperance of speech that hides half-truths behind the language of our enemies. It poisons the minds of men so they can no longer arm the battlements out of fear of some imagined greater power. It is a false enemy, that never has, and never will have power over the souls of free men.

It has turned brother against brother within the confines of our home. It has distracted us with questions and answers that have no bearing on our lives as free men. We tremble before these questions out of fear of answering to something other than ourselves instead of taking the fight to our enemy. It blinds us to the simplest of answers that we should care not.

We have become complicated, filled with innuendo, brimming with foppishness and base impulse, just like our enemies. We have forgotten the faces of our fathers and grandfathers. We have neglected the pain of our brothers. We have lost sight of our most basic of functions and we are becoming like those we fight in the process.

What are we if not the voice of reason and truth in an otherwise insane world? How did we fall so far as to worry about how possible allies may view us in the future? Do we not stand upon our own merits? Have we not continually crushed our enemies beneath our feet with the weapons of sharp rhetoric and truth spoken with passion and resolve? Do we really care so much about how we are branded that we are willing to sacrifice each other upon the altar of political correctness and forsake our brothers?

Beware of what you say henceforth to each other. You think carefully about our true enemy: identity politics, the politicization of experience. Don’t use dark powers that suggest to us that flowery speech will gather us more bees to make the honey, because that honey is a sour poison that kills us all one by one by one.

Think hard on the cause of suffering among us. Recognize that it is the death of the individual that does this and the removal of accountability and responsibility through the idea that there is collective salvation instead of individual merit, that there is only coercion by their gods instead of the charity of a man, that there is only room for the love of your slavemaster instead of love for yourself.

I have not sat upon a single branch since I have taken flight long ago and I will not do so until the last breath is wrenched from my body through the violence of our enemies or the ravages of age. I have been among you all. I’ve been talking and watching, teaching and learning, healing and tending.

I have been encouraging others to take back their dignity and embark upon a course of action that can best take the fight to our enemy. I hope to help free all men from their self-imposed shackles. My words have rarely been met with derision by those brothers who know me.

Those that have matched wits with me in good faith find me an honorable and competent visionary with the tenacity of a wolverine.

I would ask, but I think it wise to set the example. All of you, lay down your weapons against your brothers in arms immediately, set aside your momentary lapses of reason and come to a table that will soon be provided. Those of you to whom I have whispered secrets before, if you fancy yourself a leader, or a speaker in any capacity, you will come.

There are going to be things to be taught, and revelations that will be made apparent. Those that contribute wisely at the table will walk away with a greater sense of purpose and direction than what we have ever had before.

I promise you magic steel to further our cause. Come, sit beside your brother, though you may have smitten him before. The blood will not be washed away, but regret will at least not hang upon your brow, if you do sit with us.

In the meantime, return to the battlements, and think on this: Remember our enemy that comes from outside our hard-won land. Trust that those not showing up for discourse will have their true colors shown, or are too shamed by their past actions. Remove the names of your brothers from your lips and hold the steel strongly toward the outer walls.

You know where I fly. Send a pigeon or catapult yourself to me, I care not which. I will be waiting impatiently for a response.

313 replies on ““Agent Orange” Addresses the Men’s Rights Movement in Possibly the Most Unintentionally Hilarious Video Ever [UPDATE: Transcript!]”

You can use a sewing machine? :O That’s another thing I never managed. Always scared of doing exactly that – sewing my fingers. Owwwwwwwwww.

Hehe, I took a class in junior high school called “Baching It”. It was intended to teach traditional Home Ec skills to boys; the name was some kind of poorly executed joke about bachelors and teaching boys not to be incompetent at home. It was actually a lot of fun, and I ended up making a backpack during it that I later used for all manner of manly man man activities. At some point afterwards I picked up a sewing machine and have ever since never hesitated to repair my minor tears or rips or lost buttons. I haz bobbins and everything!

I suppose I just exposed myself as a RAGING MANGINA. I’ll try to make it up to Paul Elam & pals by eating extra steak & lobster this week (or not).

Yup, you have revealed yourself as a shameless mangina, MrFancyPants! You can expect your medal of commendation from the Hivemind shortly.

I’m glad you explained what “Baching It” meant. I read it as Bach-ing and wondered what Johann Sebastian had to do with sewing. 😛

@ Radical Parrot- I now REALLY want to play D&D with you, but only if I can play as a sentient mammoth.

@Radical Parrot:

The class could get plusses with bluff, diabolical
And gain class bonuses against one specific animal .
Balance remains to be seen,
Consider giving them class ranks in “Profession: Scream” –
And of alignment, neutral evil, habitual

Listening to that audio track, I kept half-expecting to hear his mom knock on the door and tell him it was past his bedtime…

M Dubz: Of course you can! Here’s a sample from my D&D campaign world:

“The history of mammoths in the northern parts of Misandria is one of chaos, distress and destruction. The MRA brothers-in-arms nearly hunted the mammoth to extinction in their crude attempts to appease their bonbon-eating straw feminist overlords. But there were some who resisted. Whether due to psionic involvement, dark magics, or simple evolutionary necessity, a few of the mammoths developed sentience. Called The Prophelephants, these sentient mammoths were revered, marvelled at, but also occasionally shunned by their mammoth kind, but none were as useful in repelling attacks as them. At first, their victories were meager Pyrrhic victories, but all that changed when a good-aligned, wandering adventure party taught the Prophelephants how to advance in a class. Not surprisingly, many chose the path of the barbarian to enhance their fighting prowess, but others decided to become clerics in order to heal their injured brethren, and there were even a few Prophelephant sorcerers born on that day.”


You link to sites oh so rich
in material, classes, stuff so kitsch
I see your Sky’s rage
and raise with a page
of class abilities and many skills
that surely make you Run to the Hills
Their theme song is played by Iron Maiden
And their emo-ness immortalized by Christensen, Hayden
Yeah, it seems I’m really reaching here
You will still not have a need to fear
that you’ll ever lose your crown of rhymes
that comes with the complementary limes
My unholy gods, that last one was a fail
My rhymes are really growing stale

Aww, thanks, Kittehserf! I love bonbons! I also love the internets, because, you know, kittehs.

Incidentally, I love Iron Maiden too, though the song in question is not a very happy song regarding the Native Americans. A more apt song to describe the MRAs would arguably be Can I Play With Madness:

The Evil That Men Do is obviously a misandric song of the highest caliber.

“Have we not CRUSHED our enemies with our SHARP RHETORIC?”

Hahahaha sure.

You know when a little kid goes off on a nonsensical rant about something and the parent will just say “Yeah, I think you’re right sweetie, all unicorns ARE pink” just to get the kid to shut up? That’s how I feel right about now. Yes James, you’ve CRUSHED us all with your “sharp rhetoric.”

@Radical Parrot – of course the greatest rhymer ever was Willam Topaz McGonagall. He could probably have made something rhyme with orange if he’d really wanted to.

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