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Roosh V: Governments pushing education for women are depriving me of a good wife

Russian girls, being raised right, 1909
Russian girls, being raised right, 1909

Pity poor Roosh! The widely despised pickup artist and wannabe philosopher spent the last decade and a half as a man-slut, riding the vagina tilt-a-whirl around the world, having what he insists was consensual sex with women in an assortment of sometimes colorful, sometimes colorless places from Paraguay to Siberia.

Now, the not-so-benevolent dictator of a miniature internet empire based on ebooks, clickbait and misogyny, Roosh has decided he wants to settle down and become an old-school patriarch, with an adoring or at least subservient wife and a brood of mini-Rooshes.

There’s just one problem: An evil conspiracy of Western governments and central bankers, hellbent on depopulating the world, is making it darn near impossible for poor Roosh to find himself a good wife, in the form of a young hottie, preferably more than a decade his junior, with such limited options that she won’t be able to leave him once she realizes the terrible mistake she’s made.

Alas, Roosh reports, even in Eastern Europe, the young women he meets have pretty much all been totally ruined by something called “a college education.”

In a post titled How The Government Is Robbing Men Of Good Wives, a sad and angry Roosh laments that even in those

countries in Eastern Europe that have superior women than in America … you encounter a big problem: they value their education and careers above that of family.

And it’s all the fault of Big Government:

Education is offered for free or at a greatly subsidized rate by the government. Western governments are therefore programming women into becoming sterile office slaves and consumers instead of good wives and mothers.

The horror!

And so, poor Roosh laments,

I’ve been unable to find more than a handful [of Eastern European women] under the age of 25 who has shown eagerness into soon becoming a mom.

Or maybe they just don’t want to settle down with an ebook writer who hasn’t yet mastered the rudiments of grammar?

When Roosh talks to these women about their lack of interest in pledging themselves to a patriarch, they tell him they want to be educated, with careers of their own, so they don’t end up stuck in a miserable marriage with an alcoholic husband who cheats on them.

“I need a backup plan in case my husband becomes bad,” these women apparently all tell Roosh.

Never mind that the worries of these women are completely understandable. Alcoholism is a massive problem in Eastern Europe, especially among men, leading not only to crappy marriages but also to an assortment of health issues that all too often cause premature death. In Russia, the fourth-drunkest country in the world (Belarus is number one), more than a third of hard-drinking men die before they reach 55.

So, yeah, Eastern European women are acutely aware that they cannot rely on men to ensure a future for themselves or their children.

But to Roosh, who apparently lives in some conspiracy theory fairyland, Eastern European women who want to be able to provide for themselves (and their children) are sex-crazed tools of The Machine. “Men are bad,” Roosh sarcastically sniffs,

and because of that, she must spend years in university where she gets to experiment with different cocks and where she is firmly taken out of her natural role to learn how to serve a corporate master while her future kid goes to day care and her husband eats cans of tuna because his wife is too tired from work to cook, assuming she even knows how.

A man forced to prepare his own dinner! Damn you, you student-loan-pushing governments!

Women want to have their cake and eat it too. They want to be able to marry the man they are most attracted to, and if that doesn’t work, still be able to enjoy an independent and comfortable life of Ikea furniture and Starbucks without having to put up with a man’s reasonable demands to cook him dinner and make sure the children are taken care of.

How unreasonable these women are, unwilling to spend their lives trapped in a miserable marriage. How terrifying is it that, even without money from a man, they can afford cheap-but-decent-looking furniture and the occasional Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Roosh thinks it’s positively perverse that today’s non-Roosh-marrying Eastern European woman will

spend thousands of hours studying a topic like law or international business relations and became an obedient office worker instead of learning how to obey her husband.

As a result of this educating-women madness, Roosh complains,

we are seeing the disappearance of the nuclear family along with high divorce rates and out-of-wedlock births where future degenerates of the state get to watch mommy get sexy matches on Tinder.

Oh, but it gets worse!

It turns out that these terrible date-having mommies are also, unwittingly, enabling the depopulation agenda of the evil globalists who secretly run the world.

If you take the depopulation agenda to be accurate then it makes sense that you would want to train women to do anything but bond with men in a way that leads to reproduction. That is exactly what most Western governments have done, and it starts by essentially brainwashing women of the need to be free from their husbands by making them obsessed to earn money produced by central banks. Any country where the idea of female employment is seen as “common sense” is in the process of having their culture destroyed, if it hasn’t already been done.

Aw, it’s almost cute just how doggedly Roosh is working at becoming a conspiracy theorist. In the sidebar of his blog, he lists several books he’s currently reading, including Sworn in Secret: Freemasonry and the Knights Templar, a history of Freemasonry that has gotten rave reviews from both Scottish Rite Journal and Knight Templar Magazine (no, really); and None Dare Call it Conspiracy, the paranoid 1971 bestseller setting forth the alleged truth about evil bankers and the sinister … Council on Foreign Relations!

But for Roosh, still finding his conspiracy theory sea legs, there is one aspect of this whole educating-women thing that’s even worserer than the depopulation of planet Earth.

For it turns out that the lizard people — or whoever Roosh imagines runs the global conspiracy — don’t just want to turn women into non-baby-having office drones. They want to turn men into … CUCKS.

I mean, say you actually decide to wife up one of these terrible job-having women, and when you decide she needs to quit her job to devote herself fulltime to taking care of you and the kids, and she says no?

Blame the government, with its subsidized student loans and alluring talk of female empowerment. Blame the government, for conning young women into devoting their lives to “corporate and victimhood training, not wife training.”

And so, when this hypothetical wife of yours refuses your command to quit her job, Roosh tells us, you are, “being actively cucked by your own government.”

Yes, that’s right: by providing student loans to young women, the government is somehow, at least figuratively, “cucking” men because, wait, how on earth would that possibly work?

Roosh, like the alt-righters who won’t let him in their clubhouse, has a rather expansive notion of just what cuckolding is.

So is there a solution to this terrible dilemma? Even in Eastern Europe, Roosh warns us again, city-dwelling women have pretty much all been “seduced by the prospect of free education, city lights, and the ability to sleep around without consequences.” Indeed, Roosh reports with horror, as wife material they are basically as bad as —  *shudder* — American women.

“Unless you start visiting villages or churches,” Roosh sadly concludes, “you’ll end up disappointed.”

Will the churches in Eastern Europe’s tiniest towns soon find themselves overrun by Roosh fanboys gamely asking every woman they meet (and possibly each otherwhere the pet shop is?

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ramen
ramen
6 years ago

I actually just experienced a flash of sunny optimism for the future. That’s never happened to me before, while reading about Roosh.

pitshade
pitshade
6 years ago

and because of that, she must spend years in university where she gets to experiment with different cocks

Does Agscience count as a STEM degree?

Does the study of poultry lead to cucking?

makroth
makroth
6 years ago

There’s nothing ”neo” about his ”neo-masculinity”. Except perhaps the conspiracy theories. Maybe not even really that.

I think a good way to measure how much better the world has become is to take a look at how much assholes like him are whining about it.

WeirwoodTreeHugger
WeirwoodTreeHugger
6 years ago

Roosh just sounds more and more pathetic every day.

Is our troll Glenn reading this? The one who thinks game actually works.

It doesn’t. Those who cannot grow out of it turn into bitter and pathetic reactionaries.

Maximilán
Maximilán
6 years ago

I could write an entire book about , how wrong he is. I like how he talks abou Eastern Europe like it is one homogenous place.(as an Eastern European I can tell you that ofc this is not the case) Maybe he slipped into a paralel universe, and he visited a different one. Also , when women study law, and bussines, it makes them office drones, but when men do it it is hunting the mammoth? I am confused.

Handsome "These Pretzels Suck" Jack (formerly Pandapool)

I had to double check I wasn’t reading some 19th century text about the dangers of educating women, letting them read fiction novels and instating postmen. Oooo! Your wife can send letters to her sister without you knowing by putting the letters right into a box right out the front door! How are you suppose to keep your wife in her place with such convenience! AN OUTRAGE I SAY!

But on the positive side, he hasn’t fucked up any poor woman’s life. And will continue to do so. Because he’s a douche. What a great day.

Mary Contrary
Mary Contrary
6 years ago

Happy Easter to us Orthodox Eastern (and South-Eastern) Europeans. Roosh’s genes not being passed on would be good evidence that there is a God that protects good women from terrible mistakes. Same goes for all his homeboys who spend their lives on the corner of Untaken and Unfucked.

Temascos
Temascos
6 years ago

I was tempted to come up with a drinking game whenever reading something from Roosh or any other lovely folks; take a sip for ‘cuck’, ‘beta’, ‘alpha’, ‘SJW’, etc.

I have since cancelled that idea as it would very possibly kill people quickly.

Her Grace Phryne Purriosa Fisher
Her Grace Phryne Purriosa Fisher
6 years ago

I propose we invent time-travel just to send douchewaffles like him back in time. That way he lives in a time that matches his ideals and is thus happier AND we don’t have to deal with him. Win-win!

Viscaria
Viscaria
6 years ago

Roosh:

it makes sense that you would want to train women to do anything but bond with men in a way that leads to reproduction.

Also Roosh:

we are seeing the disappearance of the nuclear family along with high divorce rates and out-of-wedlock births

Uuuuuuuh…

Button
Button
6 years ago

Yes, it is definitely a government conspiracy to extend the rights and privileges that men already have to women. It is in no way something that women have been lobbying for for generations. Women can’t actually want things from their own experiences – they have to be told that they want them by The Government.

/sarcasm, obvs

dlouwe
6 years ago

So what he’s saying is that when the government removes obstacles to women gaining an education, they… want an education?

It’s no surprise that – despite all of what Roosh claims women “want” – they remain relatively bereft of agency in this (and basically every) scenario. They are being coerced and trained by the Government to want an education by making an education an attractive option. No mind that the women are choosing this option, and AFAIK it’s not at gun-point; it goes against the “nature” of women (which just so happens fit exactly Roosh’s worldview), thus coercion.

JennyWren
JennyWren
6 years ago

So they’re… Women Going Their Own Way?

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
6 years ago

Damn those Eastern European countries! How dare they try to improve their economic prospects by providing an education to everyone with the drive to get one, rather than just ~50% of those people? Why won’t they think of the welfare of the racist ex-pats?

Y’know, every time I see one of these articles about some dude who is super-angry about the state of the world today, it makes me really happy that this dude is unhappy. This goes quadruple for Roosh, because he’s really put in the time and work and earned his unhappiness.

Dark Statistic
Dark Statistic
6 years ago

So they’re… Women Going Their Own Way?

Yessssssssssss. Can this be a thing? Let’s make this a thing.

Dan Hagen
6 years ago

So he hasn’t found the frail subservient 22 year old of his dreams.. my heart is breaking for him.

Amused
6 years ago

Ikea furniture is the standard of luxury living?

I is confuse.

loquora
6 years ago

@makroth:

Maybe the ‘neo’ is just short for ‘neolithic’. Since he’s still obsessed with the days when men were educated so they would know how to hunt the mammoth and feeemales just had to cook it. Which, as we know, doesn’t take any learning or skill to do. Just like all women’s work! /s

Tulse
Tulse
6 years ago

On the one hand, I would be overjoyed if I never had to see the term “cuck” again, much less any of its portmanteaus.

On the other hand, it is an extremely helpful flag for deeply-gone wackadoodles (see also “sheeple” and “jackbooted thugs”).

Pen
Pen
6 years ago

I didn’t quite get through that. There’s only so much slavery advocacy I can read at one sitting.

Boogerghost
Boogerghost
6 years ago

One of the interesting effects of Roosh premising all his arguments on bogus gender- and bio-essentialising without actually proving any of it is that if you gender-swapped his words aliens would not know the difference. Why shouldn’t I be furious that I can’t effortlessly scoop up a hot and subservient husband who refrains from inconveniencing me with his own life, desires, and personality? Why is Roosh not selfishly “having his cake and eating it too” if he insists on only marrying someone he’s attracted to and ALSO demands the right to a fulfilling living so he can take care of himself if necessary or preferred? His invocations of “nature” or even “culture” are rhetorically dependent on the very same existing inequality that he is trying to bemoan the loss of. It’s the quintessential paradox of the Manosphere that the oldest of biases are presented as brand spanking new movements, just like @makroth said.

@dlouwe Right, he takes it as a given that women are going to be slaves to someone, so he wants that someone to be him. Women are not the other team, but the ball. So ironically it’s like he sees us as weirdly undeserving of blame, because whatever we do a man was always behind it, and if a man makes a bad decision like funding women’s education or loving and marrying an educated woman (thus giving billions of other women the tragic incentive to NOT wait for their Roosh), then he’s to blame for having LET a woman manipulate him… yeah, I can see why the pet-and-pet-owner metaphors abound.

Before I started reading this blog I would never in a zillion years have guessed that there would be so much overlap between pick-up artistry and traditionalism. Some of these guys really, genuinely see themselves as victims of a demolished PERFECT monogamy culture where everyone got matched up cleanly and no one was ever unhappy, and who can only get their needs met by exploitative, hateful trickery until someone hands them a wife who meets their simultaneously porny and homemakey standards.

Remembering that one of Bill Nye’s reasons for advocating for girls’ education IS that it might help unmanageable and unsustainable birth rates go down, I had to imagine him as a lizard person conspirator. Then I did some Googling and found this amazing website: http://www.billnyeisalizard.com/

Mary Contrary
Mary Contrary
6 years ago
Amused
6 years ago

I suspect Roosh may have been reading amateur translations of Nekrasov’s famous 1840 poem in praise of Russian women. Which, now that I’m rereading it, is alternatively off-putting and hilarious.

Iseult The Idle
Iseult The Idle
6 years ago

Whoever is in charge of the global depopulation agenda is doing a pretty piss-poor job of it.

So, we know that educating women leads, eventually, to lower birth rates. Why are Roosh et. al not pushing for female education in the hated brown third world?

Long game, guys. Long game.

@Makroth, there’s not much masculinity in his neo-masculinity, either.

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
6 years ago

Amazing how predators so efficiently and quickly reorganize themselves to seek out the best prey. Like a slime mold forming the perfect web of veins to suck the life from a dish of agar, Roosh and his ilk pivot from pursuing the “HB10 college girls” to churches and isolated villages. Wherever the vulnerable or uninformed are. Nevermind how a in previous years they’d talk about how great the sexual revolution was for getting them more sex, and how afterwards they would associate liberalism with free sex; now they rush towards the conservative heartlands in search for girls and women who aren’t aware of their tricks. No wonder objectivism is so popular with these guys, it’s the only philosophy that advocates greed as the only moral guidance.

Can I say, though, I love those girls’ dresses? I wish people wore nice clothes like that still :s

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