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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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Chayanov
Chayanov
6 years ago

I find it strange that Roosh believes being a 50s sitcom housewife and being a consumer are mutually exclusive. From the minute mass advertising came into existence, housewives were a major target. They still are. Notice how ads for cleaning products and housewares don’t target men. Being the ideal wife has always been about consumerism.

Apparently he now wants an 1850s housewife, who can go outside and kill and butcher a chicken so she can make his tendies rather than buy them frozen at the grocery store like some prole.

Anonymous coward
Anonymous coward
6 years ago

Roosh made the music I was listening to while writing this article sound progressive, liberal and full of hope. And I was listening to Laibach.

Ahahah Roosh is spewing such bullshit.

Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
6 years ago

dreemr – women are allowed – nay, strongly encouraged – to GTOW but only if they’re unattractive and want to think for themselves!

Women who are attractive and still want to think for themselves are probably on some sort of a “no flee” list so these alpha fails can talk at them about how they’re feeeemale-ing wrong. >.<

OoglyBoggles
OoglyBoggles
6 years ago

I am laughing at how weaksauce his rhetoric is now, especially with the comforting knowledge that a significant amount of women that he preys on are well aware of who he is and what he does.

Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
6 years ago

Kim

he wants a rooshian babooshka.

Actually, he wants a rooshian dyedooshka who behaves like a babooshka.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
6 years ago

Pick Up Artistry – the art of growing old, bitter, lonely, and hateful.

Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
6 years ago

As someone from Eastern Europe, I can say Roosh wouldn’t do well in some parts of it. People in my country don’t tend to be the most engligteneted and his um complection wouln’t score him any points. Even more so in those villages and churches he seems to think are this wonderland of desperate and respectable women.
But even if we ignore that, I can’t think of a single woman who would be okay with being a house keeper to this lazy sleezeball. I assume he’ll cheat on her, because of course he would. And women don’t take kindly to that sort of thing, he’d be thrown out of the house before he could open his mouth to say ”Listen to your man, woman!”.

Also – a like the idea of a vagina tilt-a-whirl and if we had that in amusement parks, it would be so much fun. It could be next to the cock-carousel.

Dalillama
6 years ago

@ Bina

with no deflation of global fertility rates in sight

Not quite true; global fertility rates are actually dropping, have been for ages, just not to below replacement yet.

@A Space Alpaca

And I might be wrong here, but didn’t a lot of women handle the majority of money matters, because men couldn’t be trusted not to go blow all their money on prostitutes and booze?

The short answer is yes. The longer answer is sometimes.

LeighW
LeighW
6 years ago

One thing I never understood is how men (?) like Roosh plan on supporting the 50s-sitcom-housewife they’re determined to have. Is he planning on moving her into his parents’ basement? Does he expect her to somehow be independently wealthy without having a career?

Its hard for her to make home-cooked meals every night when you’re living in a van by the river.

Playonwords
Playonwords
6 years ago

Oh, good. It doesn’t seem likely he’ll be breeding.

Darwin in action

Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
Hambeast, Social Justice Legbeard
6 years ago

Argle Bargle

Also – a like the idea of a vagina tilt-a-whirl and if we had that in amusement parks, it would be so much fun. It could be next to the cock-carousel.

Yeah, I wanna know where this amusement park is so I can see for myself! It could also have the Tunnel of Lust, a fellatio wheel, a cunnilingus coaster and a heavy petting zoo!

I assume the games would mostly be bdsm-themed; you know, what with all the darts and shooting and whatnot. ETA: ow!

Saphira
Saphira
6 years ago

Roosh: “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.”

So why doesn’t he marry one of the “handful” that he is able to find?

Because they’ve all ridden the cock carousel and he said at one point or another he didn’t want his kids to be kissed by a mother who has had too many cocks in her mouth?

ej
ej
6 years ago

This is all I could think of while reading this post.

http://i.giphy.com/dQyf8iBOHM4YU.gif

Roosh does realize that Gaston was the villain in Beauty and the Beast, right?

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
6 years ago

One thing I never understood is how men (?) like Roosh plan on supporting the 50s-sitcom-housewife they’re determined to have. Is he planning on moving her into his parents’ basement? Does he expect her to somehow be independently wealthy without having a career?

Its hard for her to make home-cooked meals every night when you’re living in a van by the river.

Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but I think Roosh plans to survive off his e-books and ad revenue indefinitely.

I really cannot imagine a conservative, traditional young woman realizing that he gets his income from writing things on the Internet and not giving him a hard pass.

Weatherwax
Weatherwax
6 years ago

This just gave me a flashback to a quote from The Handmaid’s Tale:

“The first mistake we made was teaching them to read. We won’t make that mistake again.”

Which bugs me every time I read it; how do they know the written language wasn’t women’s invention?

BTW long time lurker, first time poster. I love your comments policy and how generous the commenters are here. Also the puppy and kitty pics!

GiJoel
GiJoel
6 years ago

So assuming Rooshy actually does settle down and raise a family, how is he going to make a living?

Will we see such books as, “Bang: How to get out of changing the baby, because the shit makes you retch.” or “Bang: How not to get into a punch up with your kid’s soccer coach.”

That being said, I’m sure his mother won’t mind him raising his family in her basement.

Rick
Rick
6 years ago

So I guess those stereotypes regarding Eastern European and Asian women just aren’t paying off like he’d hoped. Such a sad day for Roosh the philosopher king.

Mrs. B
Mrs. B
6 years ago

Looks like Roosh’s fame precedes him.

How’s that reputation you fought so hard to build working out for you, sport?

K
K
6 years ago

Roosh wants to bring about the economic downfall of the world, apparently (more women employed = better economies):

http://www.unwomen.org/en/what-we-do/economic-empowerment/facts-and-figures

Bina
6 years ago

Not quite true; global fertility rates are actually dropping, have been for ages, just not to below replacement yet.

Ah, good to know. Thanks.

K
K
6 years ago

at one point or another he didn’t want his kids to be kissed by a mother who has had too many cocks in her mouth?

I think this totally-made-up-by-me saying needs to be put into rotation:

A wrench that can undo many bolts is awesome. A bolt that any wrench can unscrew is a dud.

(just to make MRAs squirm with a dose of their own medicine)

Lars
6 years ago

Policy of Madness & GiJoel,

I think Roosh had a career as a microbiologist before he started traveling and full time PUA.

Saphira
Saphira
6 years ago

I really cannot imagine a conservative, traditional young woman realizing that he gets his income from writing things on the Internet and not giving him a hard pass.

I’m imagining that conversation:

“So, what do you do for a living?”

“I screw every woman I can scam into allowing me into her house whether she wants to have sex with me or not and then I write about it so other guys can do the same thing.”

“Uhh …. bye …..”

And on another, but similar note, he doesn’t realize that most (if not all) of these conservative, traditional religions demand abstinence before marriage from both sexes? They’re not going to marry their daughters off to guys who have slept with everything that moves before deciding to settle down.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
6 years ago

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.

Uh, that’s not having your cake and eating it too. That’s called Plan A and Plan B. (And for some women, Plan B is the main plan). Roosh is tipping his hand here. He actually thinks women shouldn’t be allowed to have furniture or coffee without a man. He thinks women who stay single, by choice or default, should be punished in some way.

Most guys would say “Gee, that’s kind of an indictment of me, that women won’t marry me unless they’re forced into it.” Roosh sees this as a win. He needs marriage to be degrading for the woman, and he’s really pissed off that “the government” is building women up instead of tearing them down. (As if the government gives two farts in a fog about getting men laid…He sounds like that incel dude who thinks government should be in the business of providing free girlfriends. Government: only bad when the wrong people are benefitting!)

Aside from that, I’m amused that Roosh’s idea of livin’ large is a Dagstorp sofa and a $3 Americano.

Also, I love how Roosh feels the need to use the qualifier “reasonable”, which is an immediate tipoff that what he’s advertising (or concealing) is the exact opposite. “Oh, nothing to see here. Just a reasonable man, wielding some reasonable demands, that unreasonable women won’t reasonably knuckle under to. Look away now! Look away.”

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
6 years ago

@Saphira

They’re not going to marry their daughters off to guys who have slept with everything that moves before deciding to settle down.

Much less someone who boasts about raw dogging it with multiple partners and refuses to get tested. He’s a walking petri dish.

Maybe he should return to microbiology and study himself.

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