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Gross PUA Roosh V thrilled to have a president-elect who calls women “fat pigs”

Roosh V: Really likes rating women on a scale of 1 to 10
Roosh V: Really likes rating women on a scale of 1 to 10

Grotesque pickup artist and ironic rape legalization proponent Roosh V is thrilled to finally have someone like him on the way to the White House. That is, a fellow male human who also likes to rate women on a scale of one to ten.

You may not have realized this was an issue in the election. But to Roosh it’s apparently the most important political issue of our time. In a post on his Return of Kings site (archived here), Roosh declares:

I’m in a state of exuberance that we now have a President who rates women on a 1-10 scale in the same way that we do and evaluates women by their appearance and feminine attitude.

What’s more, Roosh exults, this manly man of a man president is also a staunch opponent of fat chicks.

“We now have a shitlord for President who has insulted ugly women as ‘fat pigs,'” Roosh reminds us.

The President of the United States does not see the value in fat women who don’t take care of themselves, and neither should you.

Roosh is alto thrilled that Trump was elected president even after he boasted about sexually assaulting women, suggesting to Roosh that regular dudes will soon be able to take up sexual harassment again without a fear of repercussions.

Roosh doesn’t quite phrase it like that, though.

“What excuse will they now have for limiting your speech,” Roosh asks, now that we have a president-elect who likes to brag about grabbing women by the vagina?

Either Trump was elected because voters liked a person who makes those kinds of statements or they didn’t care enough that he made them. Whichever explanation you accept means that the will of the American people has stated that you can exercise your free speech, your opinions, and your desire to flirt with attractive women without having to obey a speech police force that evaluates everything you do based on how offensive it is to a kaleidoscope of races and loony identities. You can begin removing your politically correct filter.

Now Roosh and others like him can really let their freak flags fly.

“There are so many of us that we can ease out of the closet and not be afraid of persecution like before,” Roosh happily declares.

What are they going to do, fire everyone who supports Trump? Accuse every man who voted for him of rape? …

Liberals will not be able to point and shriek to get you to withdraw like before. They will not have easy victories by using labels like “racist” or “sexist.” They will have to endure us in their midst and bite their lip when we offend their degenerate ideals, knowing that the price of attacking us is becoming too costly.

So now Roosh thinks that whenever he gets called out for doing or saying anything terrible in public, all the Trump-voting men in his immediate vicinity will stand ready to defend him, as if they were all members of the same gross misogynistic brotherhood.

It may be as simple as whipping out your MAGA hat, as if it’s a bat signal, and having fellow Trump supporters come to your aid. 

Roosh doesn’t care if Trump never actually changes any of the alleged anti-male laws on the books; his mere presence in the White House will enable Roosh and others like him to be the politically incorrect alpha males they were born to be.

His presence automatically legitimizes masculine behaviors that were previously labeled sexist and misogynist. … Liberals will have no choice but to silently stew on our words and we can more effortlessly connect with men not only for male bonding but also to push back against a demoralized and fractured left. 

In your face, liberal stewers!

This is our moment. The door is opening for a renaissance of masculinity where men can take pride in being men, and the best part of it is that we don’t need to wait for Trump to do anything. His victory is more than enough for us to apply our own individual strength in seizing the bull’s horns where we can come out of the politically incorrect closet and assert our beliefs and behaviors. 

My only question is this: How did Roosh get the bull in the closet with him in the first place?

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Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

….I just poached an egg in ramen….

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

@Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie

I’m happy I posted that video because it seems you, and others, need a breather.

Watch the taco vid. It will give you a small solace.

….I just poached an egg in ramen….

I love egg in ramen. It’s good, innit?

Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
5 years ago

BREAKING NEWS: Financial market response to election looks favorably on The Cheeto’s appointment of Goldman Sachs to Treasury, much less favorably on alt-right hopes for getting “Jew Bankers” out of government….

In related news, (((Morgan Stanley bosses))) made $10million since election….

… hate to say “I told ya so”, but I did….

Viscaria
Viscaria
5 years ago

@Meg,

Remember, white people are responsible for not being racist, but men are never ever responsible for checking their male privilege or to stop being sexists.

This statement is so hypocritical I feel like it’s going to collapse in on itself. Someone points out a shitty thing that white women* did, and you immediately get defensive, refuse to own our shit, and point the blame at someone else. Only, what you’re accusing those other people of doing is… not owning their shit, and pointing the blame at someone else. Too ironic to even real.

Yes, let’s sit around and hate white women, then wonder why a white woman was not elected president.

Women of colour overwhelmingly voted for that white woman, so I don’t think a woman of colour “sitting around and hating white women” (read: pointing out a goddamn fact) is the reason why she wasn’t elected.

You are part of the problem.

*I am one of these

tim gueguen
5 years ago

Weird story. Andrew Anglin was trying to claim that New Balance shoes are the “official shoes of White people” because a New Balance exec came out publicly in support of Trump. New Balance says this is nonsense. Anglin then claimed New Balance sent him a pro-White power message.
http://www.rawstory.com/2016/11/neo-nazis-throw-a-tantrum-after-new-balance-denies-being-the-official-shoes-of-white-people/

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

@Handsome Jack

I just tried it for the first time and it’s damn good for a first time (though if I’m going to poach in, I’m going to either have to adjust the time or get used to limper noodles). I may have to use more eggs next time.

Plus, they’re some of the cheaper things in the on-campus store (which has jacked-up prices, pun not initially intended but hell I’m keeping it).

Plus plus, I recently found out that a small store near campus has the elusive Roast Beef Maruchan Ramen. It may sound like only an aesthetic difference from normal Beef ramen, but you would be sorely mistaken. It’s godly, and still the same price.

I’m not going to make ramen tomorrow due to the cafeteria having a Thanksgiving thing I want to participate in (and there’s a meeting thing around dinner, so I can’t go at my usual dinnertime, so my everything’s a bit cattywompered), but day after that I’m going double-eggy.

Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
5 years ago

….I just poached an egg in ramen….

MOONBEAM IS POACHING!!!!!!!!! HEYYYYYYY EVERYBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MOONBEAM IS A POACHER!!!!!!!!!

HawkAtreides, on the floor again with a head full of rain
HawkAtreides, on the floor again with a head full of rain
5 years ago

@Handsome “Punkle Stan” Jack

So…the taco comes to me. I don’t see the problem here.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

….Eddie? Are you okay? Or is there a reference I’m not getting?

Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
5 years ago

@ moonbeam;

A really tenuous reference, yes… “Poaching” refers to hunting game animals illegally… Nothing to do with eggs, I just thought a joke would be good… we’re all pretty stretched here 🙂

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

Anglin then claimed New Balance sent him a pro-White power message.

Anglin than went on to detail the messages the Beatles were sending him through their song Helter Skelter.

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

@anarchonist

the times, they are a-changing, they have been a-changing since forever

That’s certainly been my experience — and that’s also what I learn from history.

There have always been people who spoke out against the mistreatment of others.

And now we have social media.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

@Eddie

Ah, I recognize the attempt. It just sounded like you were attempting to joke about some kind of reference, though.

It’s really easy to do, though! Just add both the noodles and the flavoring at the start, and add the egg (after making a ramen-free zone to drop it in) once there are two minutes left of cook time on the ramen, bury it under the noodles, and don’t stir (unless you just want eggy bits). I compare the result to a hard-boiled egg in texture, except without the shell to give it its shape.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

Plus plus, I recently found out that a small store near campus has the elusive Roast Beef Maruchan Ramen. It may sound like only an aesthetic difference from normal Beef ramen, but you would be sorely mistaken. It’s godly, and still the same price.

Elusive there, huh? I can’t say I’ve had all of Maruchan, but we’ve got a majority of the flavors in the grocery store I go to. I like shrimp, mushroom chicken and creamy chicken. Although I do like Nissin a bit more because the chili and oriental flavors are vegan.

So…the taco comes to me. I don’t see the problem here.

The taco is over a year old. You’ll get digestion problems. Also, it’s sentient, but so was its beef so, like, pfff.

RadioDragon
RadioDragon
5 years ago

Oh god. I think Roosh is *hurk* I think Roosh might be *urrrg* I think he might be right here. *Blaaaarrrghghababeaf*

I mean yeah, I’d say a little less or a little more than half of the country either voted for a Sexual predator, were tacitly okay with him being one, or just didn’t care enough to vote to stop him.

I repeat, Roosh “I think Rape should be legal” V might have a point here. Its like we all just put on the glasses from They Live or some shit and the horrible, sexist country we have always been is now blatantly apparent.

Just… fuuuuuck me, we are in for a rough 4 years now that the bigots have been nationally legitimized.

eli
eli
5 years ago

Although I do like Nissin a bit more because the chili and oriental flavors are vegan.

*blinks*

Oh thank you so much for that information! Kenji Lopez-Alt got me to try making it from scratch. Scratch that!

Sometimes you just want to open a bag and tiny envelopes.

Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
Weird (and regrouping quickly) Eddie
5 years ago

@ moonbeam;

Actually I used to do that all the time. Had to quit Ramen, though, too much salt 🙁

Still do it with chicken broth soup, tho!! 🙂

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
5 years ago

Personal health note: I mentioned in a different thread that I’ve developed an allergy to my arthritis medicine. My new medication, which I received today, comes in the form of injections that I’m supposed to shoot into my thigh once a week. An interesting fact is that each shot costs $230. In other words, the total yearly cost for this treatment is about $12000. I do not have $12000. Because of socialized medicine, I will instead pay $240/year. Next week I will pick up $3700 worth of medication without paying a dime. If we didn’t have socialized medicine, my life would’ve essentially been over today. Whew! Close call.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

Actually I used to do that all the time. Had to quit Ramen, though, too much salt

I usually just add as much seasoning I want and then put the rest up in a baggie for later. Sometimes I use Ramen flavors in non-regular food for seasoning if I have some leftover.

@IP

I’m happy for you! Yaaaaay.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

@Handsome Jack re: ramen

Maruchan is all I’ve ever really known.
On the topic of repurposable flavoring packets, once I was in a rush and just ate a block of uncooked ramen, leaving behind the pork flavoring packet. (Frisk had the right idea.)
So later, I made broth with the packet and used that in instant mashed potatoes in lieu of water (and not adding additional salt!).

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
5 years ago

@IP, that’s great! I’m glad that you’ve got a replacement medication! Chronic pain is so eroding. It’s hard to get anything done some days. Good for you!

@Moonbeam Troubelle, egg in ramen’s great! Not sure how you’re getting it like a hard-boiled egg, though 😮 Once the water’s simmering, try adding a little vinegar (not a lot), and then crack the egg in. Four minutes at a gentle simmer and the yolk should still be runny. You can scoop it out if your noodles aren’t done yet. Also, I like to add green onion and soya sauce instead of the flavor packet. If you can, get some miso paste instead, if you want to try it more traditionally! It’s not that expensive.

Ramen’s great. Also, if you like ramen, try finding some dried soba noodles. Prepared the same, but the texture and taste is very different. I prefer soba myself.

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Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

@Scildfreja

I tend to either undercook or overcook things. Here, I must have overcooked the ramen and undercooked the egg. Perhaps next time….

I’m aware of soba, but I don’t think anywhere around here carries it. I have tried udon (snagged from an international supermarket), though. That’s great stuff.

Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
5 years ago

Hopefully that place has some miso – it’s very useful and good for you! Not everyone likes the taste, though, so if there’s a japanese place near you, order some miso soup and see what you think. I personally love miso soup, and it’s useful for all sorts of stuff.

As for the egg – it’s traditionally undercooked in japanese cooking, if cooked at all. Their eggs don’t have salmonella, so they can be eaten raw – raw egg is used as a dip for beef stir fry and the like.

Ah, food. It’s the best hobby.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent
5 years ago

@Scildfreja

I’ll see if they have it in the international isle at the more upscale supermarket around here. (The international one is over a hundred miles away….)

That makes sense, I suppose. I don’t trust the eggs I purchased too much, though….

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