Wednesday, April 15, 2015

My View on Roosh V and his Racist Misogyny

Roosh V's Warped View of Race and Gender


"White Supremacist" of Color, Daryush Valizadeh, AKA Roosh V


As I read blog posts and articles surrounding the PUA/HBD racist Roosh V(real name Daryush Valizadeh), I am very angry and offended by his racist and misogynistic views of People of Color and women.  It's the same with Heartiste(formerly Roissy and Citizen Heartiste), Steve Sailer, Razib Khan, the editors and guest writers of the Unz Review, a right-wing HBD(human biodiversity) blog.

He and his ilk recycle the same old racist and misogynist views that are apparently shared by the mainstream of the Republican Party.  I do believe some Republican/Conservative/Tea Party politicians frequent those sites such as Roosh V and his satellite blog site, The Return of Kings. 


In his Return of Kings and Roosh V blogs, he railed against American women and their supposed flaws. He then bash people and places he traveled to because he couldn't get women to "love" him. Shades of Eliot Rodgers, eh?  He thinks he's entitled to women without any regard for our feelings, views, or ideas.


In order to know that who Roosh really is, let's take a look at his background.

According to Wikipedia, Daryush Valizadeh was born on June 14, 1979.  He's an American PUA(Pick-up Artist) of Iranian and Armenian descent.  He's best known for his posts on game and anti feminism. He has two blogs, Roosh V and the anti feminist/misogynistic Return of Kings.

According to Wikipedia sources, he also published 14 books, majority of which offer advice to men on how to go on dates with women in specific countries such as Iceland, Poland, etc. Many critics have accused him of misogyny, rightly so. Various news reports in countries such as Iceland, Colombia, Latvia, and Poland which have been settings for his books have criticized him for his views on women.

Roosh has a problem with women.  He has a very hard time viewing women as complete human beings. Every time he writes or post something about women, he either objectify or view us with utter contempt.

Here are just one of his extreme views according to the Southern Poverty Law Center:

"I’ll be the first to admit that many of my bangs in the United States were hate f*s. The masculine attitude and lack of care these women put into their style or hair irritated me, so I made it a point to f* them and never call again."

Here's more on Roosh's misogyny at:

http://wehuntedthemammoth.com/2012/08/29/pua-douche-roosh-v-mens-rights-activists-use-their-illusionary-movement-as-an-excuse-to-sit-on-their-ass-and-be-a-loser-at-life/

As for race, he at one time tolerated the views of white supremacists such as Jared Taylor, "Heartiste", Steve Sailer.  He still believes in racial differences.  Here's a blog post at:

http://aaronsleazy.blogspot.com/2013/02/roosh-vs-weak-ego-case-study.html

Lately, he had a falling out with white supremacists because he feared that once they get in power, they would propose laws that would harm People of Color, which led him to condemn white nationalists and somewhat modified his previous racist views, which, in turn, turns off his hardcore white conservative/nationalist supporters.  Jared Taylor has written an article severely criticized Roosh on his racist web magazine, American Renaissance. Here are the links to both Valizadeh's and Taylor's articles:

Roosh V:  Are There Differences In Race?
Jared Taylor's Does White Identity Mean White Supremacy?

Even though right-wingers had turned on him because he's not White according to traditionalist Right Wingers, Roosh still believes in white supremacy.

People like Roosh are still dangerous because of their extremist racist and sexist views.  We need to vigilant regarding our human rights.

1 comment:

arekexcelsior said...

Roosh is a garbage person, and it's astonishing how much self-hatred he must have to buy the pseudo-science of the racist right.

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