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Jimmy Kimmel Mocks Return of Kings With A More Manly Version of The Force Awakens

A big congratulations is in order for odious Red Pill dirtbag Roosh Valizadeh and all his equally odious followers: Return of Kings is now not only the laughingstock of the internet but of television as well!

(And, yes, Return of Kings isn’t a Men’s Rights site per se, bla bla bla; they just agree with MRAs on about 90 percent of everything.)

Naturally, Roosh’s fanboys are crying “cuck!” And making even bigger idiots of themselves by trying and failing to get a #CuckKimmel hashtag trending on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/QuintusCurtius/status/684811701661773824

https://twitter.com/rooshv/status/684819057955205120

https://twitter.com/QuintusCurtius/status/684812454216380416

https://twitter.com/QuintusCurtius/status/684812627726307328

https://twitter.com/GmacGame/status/684837305417351168

Great work, fellas! I’m sure these HILARIOUS and not at all incomprehensible tweets will win the masses over to your side.

H/T — Several people tipped me off to this one; thanks especially to ND Hall, who pointed me to the Roosh fanboy tweets as well.

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WeirwoodTreeHugger
WeirwoodTreeHugger
6 years ago

Well, I’m interested Luz. My knowledge of Argentine politics is scant and I’m finding your posts interesting and informative.

Kreator
Kreator
6 years ago

@Luzbelitx:

Oh my, that video… -_- Trump recommended Macri as a mayor of Buenos Aires though, not president; that was old footage. In fact, it’s all from before Trump’s rise to racist stardom. That’s just nitpicking though, I understand that Macri’s not a nice guy. He did praise Ayn Rand’s writing after all! (As an aside, I find it funny, and yet a sadly representative of our divided society, that on that video’s sidebar I found links to both a video heralding Macri as the prophesized savior of our country, and another one showing “evidence” of his supposed membership to the evil Illuminati.)

I’d need to know what do you consider “ultra-Kirchnerist media” to answer that…

Sorry, I should have been more specific indeed. I just meant the “big guns”: Página 12, C5N, 678 and the like; the ones owned by rich Kirchnerist businesspeople. Any other source could do, and the one you provided was perfect, so thanks! Believe me, I don’t trust Clarín and other powerful media any more than I trust the sources I mentioned earlier. Same shit; different smell -like most politicians over here, really.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

Well, C5N is quickly shifting to pro-new-government, so I’d believe they are more ultramoney-making than “rich powerful kirchnerists”.

As for Pagina 12, it is absolutely disgusting the way they have demonized it. The professional and investigation levels match and sometimes even rise above those in La Nacion, the traditional conservative newspaper (not to non-Argies).

The fundamental trick of conservative media was to effectively position themselves as “objective” and any non-hostility towards kirchnerism as “ultra fanatism”.

I don’t think it’s too far from what conservative media do in the US.

Also, I’d like to remind everyone that both Clarin and La Nacion own the paper factory Papel Prensa, which they bought at vile price during the dictatorship after kidnapping and torturing the Graiver family, who owned it.

They have consistently bought themselves paper at preferential ptices, meaning Pagina 12 is at the mercy of their competitors when it comes to paper for printing AND the main papers have used their dominating position to hide their own crimes.

I had the lucky chance to meet Lidia Papaleo, surviving widow of Graiver, who was tortured and made to watch her family be tortured.

Her only words to me were ” I am happy I lived to meet your generation, but I’m even more glad I lived for you to meet me.”

So information and media, we can’t discuss them without diving into the horrors of human rights violations, past and present.

And I’m not really sure I’m up for the job right now, but I’ll be glad to go on if we take it veeeeerryyyy easy and respectfully.

Kreator
Kreator
6 years ago

Well, C5N is quickly shifting to pro-new-government, so I’d believe they are more ultramoney-making than “rich powerful kirchnerists”.

Once a bootlicker, always a bootlicker I guess :\

The fundamental trick of conservative media was to effectively position themselves as “objective” and any non-hostility towards kirchnerism as “ultra fanatism”.

You’re right, but meanwhile the fundamental trick of the kirchnerist governments was to position themselves as flawless champions of social justice*, and any criticism towards them as imperialistic attempts to instigate a coup d’état. The result? A political divide which makes Republicans and Democrats look like the Get Along Gang. Sigh… I hope we eventually stop playing their power games, find a third path, and make amends.

* While they made lots of welcome progress like introducing gay marriage, the truth is that our last two presidents were in many ways demagogues who just did and said whatever would buy them the most goodwill to cover their asses in case their shady dealings were discovered. They were allied with the menemist government that they currently denounce, and even hegemonic media like Clarín was in good terms with them until they decided to go against the interests of the agricultural barons (think Cliven Bundy with less physical weapons, but even more economic and political ones).

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
6 years ago

&dots;and while prostitution laws are a major factor, immigration laws are a bigger one.

There’s a reason why it is official and somewhat advertised policy, at least here in Toronto, that teachers and members of the School Board are never supposed to inquire as to the immigration status of the families of students. Parents worried that school will be used as a way to find them and throw them out tend not to enroll their children in school, and that just accelerates the vicious cycle.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

he fundamental trick of the kirchnerist governments was to position themselves as flawless champions of social justice

Actually, and again we may disagree at large, I think all popular movements in Latin America are treated by the dominant elites (who either belong or look up to privileged classes in societies like Us and Europe) much in the same way patriarchy treats feminism and women’s movements.

I really don’t intend to chicanear here, but I couldn’t help associating “champions of social justice” with “social justice warrior”. It’s not so much what they claimed to be, rather it was what their enemies painted them to (pretend to) be.

and any criticism towards them as imperialistic attempts to instigate a coup d’état.

Then again, there were actual imperialistic attempts to instigate a coup d’etat, or just enough social chaos to bring the government down.

I hope we eventually stop playing their power games, find a third path,

Now I’m really hoping you’re aware of what the Third Position is and who came up with it 😉

They were allied with the menemist government that they currently denounce

They were not, in fact, they were “inside resistance” within the Partido Justicialista. They have always been a minority and needed to forge alliances with more powerful fractions. Besides, they were public servants at the time, and there’s an amount of compromise a governor needs to get along with let’s say a president.

It’s a power relation within democracy that is always there, and the path to resolve it is to acknowledge it and then take action within the available options and according to the amount of power you handle in each situation.

But they have always denounced the politics of structural poverty, unemployment and dependency through debt, and there is visual and printed documentation of it.

They may not have been supporting all along human rights groups like Madres and Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, but if being a social justice warrior has taught me anything, it that I trust their guts.

Women who stood up to the military dictatorship, and never got to see their loved ones again, in some cases knowing they are probably alive, are not easily fooled or distracted, or bribed or bought.

even hegemonic media like Clarín was in good terms with them until they decided to go against the interests of the agricultural barons

You are saying it yourself: it was Clarin who decided wether they were in good or bad terms. Again, Clarin is an almost 100 year old newspaper, but during the 1990s it became a cluster of media, a business group which was also shareholder of many powerful and unimaginably profitable business like public health outsourced to private business (AFJP), technology business like TechInt and even… *ominous drumroll* agricultiural exporters!

So we’re not really speaking of media here, but of concentrated power.

Considering the power balance of big business over society vs a government which must deal with democratic mechanisms and bureaucracy, which one would you say has the more chances to influence the public’s opinion in its favor?

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

EVERYBODY STAND STILL. THE BLOCKQUOTE MAMMOTH IS BACK.

(How did that even happen, I used the button! And Now I can’t edit!!)

I FEEL HIS MAMMOTH EYES JUDGING ME

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Kreator
Kreator
6 years ago

Actually, and again we may disagree at large, I think all popular movements in Latin America are treated by the dominant elites (who either belong or look up to privileged classes in societies like Us and Europe) much in the same way patriarchy treats feminism and women’s movements.

Nope, I actually agree with that 100%. I know the elites’ rhetoric quite well and it’s truly disgusting, not to mention counterproductive: their bogus criticism is the noise that makes it easier for those popular movements to hide the real flaws they sometimes have, and I despise the oligarchs all the more for it.

I really don’t intend to chicanear here, but I couldn’t help associating “champions of social justice” with “social justice warrior”. It’s not so much what they claimed to be, rather it was what their enemies painted them to (pretend to) be.

I disagree. They revelled in the adoration they received with gusto and literally tried to create a new national myth around their presidencies, practically succeding despite their enemies’ best efforts. I even wish I could believe it… I do agree with many of their policies after all. When they did good they did good and that cannot be denied. Furthermore, let me honestly tell you this: I’m glad that they still have a strong foothold in the legislative power. Macri absolutely needs to be kept on a leash. I like “Social Justice Warriors”, I want them in the government, I envy their resolve and their conviction, but these people were mostly playing the part for their audience and little more, while robbing them backstage.

They were not, in fact, they were “inside resistance” within the Partido Justicialista.

Once again I wish I could believe you, but I just don’t buy it; it sounds just like another lame attempt at covering their asses. Also, I had heard about Néstor Kirchner’s corruption before he actually became our president, from people who actually knew him personally.

But they have always denounced the politics of structural poverty, unemployment and dependency through debt, and there is visual and printed documentation of it.

People change; power corrupts. Young idealists turn into jaded assholes all the time, I’ve got militant friends who have seen it happening repeatedly to people within their ranks. Also, there’s never a shortage of hypocrites who are in it for the power only.

Women who stood up to the military dictatorship, and never got to see their loved ones again, in some cases knowing they are probably alive, are not easily fooled or distracted, or bribed or bought.

I see you’re way less cynic than me; that’s good actually. You’re more useful to society than I will ever be, and for that I commend you… but you’re talking about an organization whose leader openly claimed that the terrorist attacks on 9/11 made her happy, among other terrible and even outright criminal things. I just can’t give them the benefit of the doubt, no matter how good their ultimate cause is.

Then again, there were actual imperialistic attempts to instigate a coup d’etat, or just enough social chaos to bring the government down.

Exaggerated claims. And now it’s the kirchnerists who want to do it…

Considering the power balance of big business over society vs a government which must deal with democratic mechanisms and bureaucracy, which one would you say has the more chances to influence the public’s opinion in its favor?

We’re not the USA; most of our people are openly hostile towards capitalism gone wild, as they should be. Do you think Macri won this election because people liked him? Nope, he won because people liked kirchnerism even less, and he probably won’t have another victory like this ever again -which sounds great to me. If Scioli hadn’t been so spineless and softened his ties to the political party which did nothing but bully and demean him at every chance it could, he might have defeated Macri by a landslide.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

Nope, I actually agree with that 100%

Now that’s an answer a Peronist like me will always like 😛

They revelled in the adoration they received with gusto and literally tried to create a new national myth around their presidencies, practically succeding despite their enemies’ best efforts.

This is a prejudice that Peronism had to deal with since day 1 (October 17, 1945 for curious lurkers). Perón got to power for no other reason than popular claim. He represented the masses that till then had had no voice and no decision. Unions existed but had not made great advances at that point. Eva was a lovely woman who gave things to the poor, what was not to love and what was not to hate about it, depending on which side you were?

The truth is, some political leaders are loved, and there’s nothing more to say about that. Cynics will have to get over it.

these people were mostly playing the part for their audience and little more, while robbing them backstage.

This is so messed up I don’t even know where to start, but mind you, you don’t get to the power in Argentina and you don’t stay there against the concentrated power’s will, if you are just playing the part for your audience.

That’s what people like Macri do, and why they hire Duran Barba and why they make sure they stay on the side of the powerful.

Peronists work. We are messy, we yell, some of us are dishonest and some of as are filthy. But we get the work done.

And the work of the past 12 years was to give people work. Kids in the poorest places went back to school, then to middle school and technical school and artistic school, and then had an oportunity to work (still there remains an unacceptable level of unregistered labor), and women in violent situations had whom to go to, however imperfect and clumsy that help might be.

It’s absurd to speak about the Kirchners “robbing backstage” and not acknowledge all the backstage robbing that’s been going on at gunpoint, bombings, and outright terrorism.

Once again I wish I could believe you(…)

You don’t need to believe anything I say: go out there and check it. See for yourself. Dig in and see what you find.

Also, I had heard about Néstor Kirchner’s corruption before he actually became our president, from people who actually knew him personally.

So you hated him before it was mainstream, and gossip is totally not a thing in politics. Huh.

(Sorry, I am chicaneando now. Let me get back on track)

People change; power corrupts. Young idealists turn into jaded assholes all the time, I’ve got militant friends who have seen it happening repeatedly to people within their ranks. Also, there’s never a shortage of hypocrites who are in it for the power only.

That might be, but you’re supposed to judge after the facts, otherwise it’s just a prejudice.

but you’re talking about an organization whose leader openly claimed that the terrorist attacks on 9/11 made her happy, among other terrible and even outright criminal things. I just can’t give them the benefit of the doubt, no matter how good their ultimate cause is.

Now, that is very close to victim blaming, and you should know better.

And “outright criminal things” MY ASS. You’re talking about my Mothers here, and if you make an accusation like that you better goddamn prove it.

Exaggerated claims.

According to WHOM?

And now it’s the kirchnerists who want to do it…

And which side are you on? What’s your take in this scenario?

We’re not the USA; most of our people are openly hostile towards capitalism gone wild, as they should be

Oh boy, didn’t you call yourself a cynic earlier?

Do you think Macri won this election because people liked him? Nope, he won because people liked kirchnerism even less,

Well, I at least have known this from a long time.

Now, if people are openly hostile towards capitalism gone wild, then how come they liked Macri better than kirchnerism?

If Scioli hadn’t been so spineless and softened his ties to the political party which did nothing but bully and demean him at every chance it could, he might have defeated Macri by a landslide.

Oh, don’t give me MRA word salads. Get a grip.

Kreator
Kreator
6 years ago

Perón got to power for no other reason than popular claim. He represented the masses that till then had had no voice and no decision. Unions existed but had not made great advances at that point. Eva was a lovely woman who gave things to the poor, what was not to love and what was not to hate about it, depending on which side you were?

You’re right, I admit it. I really have no problems with Eva Perón; I do have some reservations about her husband but that’s a whole different story for another time.

The truth is, some political leaders are loved, and there’s nothing more to say about that. Cynics will have to get over it.

Aaand once again, I have to admit you’re right. It does me no good to dwell on that and it doesn’t help the discussion at all. Sorry.

you don’t get to the power in Argentina and you don’t stay there against the concentrated power’s will, if you are just playing the part for your audience.

Sigh… yep, you’re positively thrashing me here. I must admit that so far I haven’t been able to come up with with an answer to this that doesn’t sound like a silly conspiracy theory, at least not without enough data to back it up. You thoroughly win this argument.

Peronists work. We are messy, we yell, some of us are dishonest and some of as are filthy. But we get the work done.

Maybe, but I think there are smaller left-wing parties that could do an even better job, if we just let them try sometime. Those are the ones I always vote for.

It’s absurd to speak about the Kirchners “robbing backstage” and not acknowledge all the backstage robbing that’s been going on at gunpoint, bombings, and outright terrorism.

You are correct; there are no saints on our history. Once again I must apologize.

So you hated him before it was mainstream, and gossip is totally not a thing in politics. Huh.

Ouch! Low blow, but I gues I deserve it for lowering my guard.

Now, that is very close to victim blaming, and you should know better.

And “outright criminal things” MY ASS. You’re talking about my Mothers here, and if you make an accusation like that you better goddamn prove it.

Round… 4? 5? I’ve lost count, you’re hitting me so hard that I’m starting to loose consciousness. But seriously, I’m sorry, I really am. I was way out of line there. I spoke out of my ass and all that came out was diarrhea. I feel my mind failing me as I dehydrate.

And which side are you on? What’s your take in this scenario?

I… honestly don’t know any more, and at this point it’s safe to say that this argument is over, as I utterly lost any foothold I had in it, if any. Being compared to a MRA was a punch I wasn’t expecting, and it really knocked me out. It hurt a lot, but the truth is that you’ve given me a fair and square ideological beating, and a lot to think about as I lick my wounds. Perhaps, in some way, this is actually what I wanted when I engaged you: to be given some much needed perspective. In many ways I was blinded, you’re right. I still think there’s a lof of hypocrisy around and I still don’t agree with a lot of things about our previous government, but now I can at least begin to analize it in a truly critical fashion. Thank you.

PS: Yeah, on second thought Scioli really has some serious guts. So many people of his own party hated him and insulted him at every opportunity, and yet he stayed there until the bitter end. I can’t fathom doing something like that for anything other than true faith in the cause. I’m sorry he lost, but these are just four years. We will survive, and we’ll be stronger no matter what.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

Hi there! I was afraid I started a fire I wouldn’t be able to put out, and was beginning to regret being so hard on you.

I love discussing but I do sometimes push it too far, as probably regular readers here already know.

I just want to reassure I hold no bad feeling towards you, and in fact I believe you do have both good intentions and a will to make things better.

Thank you for being so understanding and I’m glad I was able to help you think through, despite the methods :/

Also, I’m taking back the MRA thing. I only meant you can only stack so many ideas in one sentence without making it really hard to follow.

Thanks again for this exchange, I will let this thread rest now.

Stevie Stevenson
Stevie Stevenson
6 years ago

I’m sure this is low-hanging fruit, but the mind reels at the prospect of what kind of (presumably unfulfilled?) sexual fantasies a person must have that “cuck” becomes the go-to meaningless insult.

It’s like going around calling everyone a “power bottom,” to demonstrate how not-gay you are compared to everyone else.

caketastydelish
caketastydelish
6 years ago

Who cares if the “boycott” actually did cost them a measly few million dollars? It’s literally the most successful movie of all time in North America. Any “boycott” by Roosh and his small irrelevant fanbase is overlapped by the huge numbers that did see this movie. I’d be embarrassed to say I organized a “boycott” against a movie with such commercial success, because all that does is prove your boycott is nearly 100% irrelevant. Disney is probably laughing their ass off.

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