20 Posts You Should Read

Return Of Kings continues to grow steadily. It will likely surpass the unique visitor traffic on this blog within a month or two. Here are 20 posts that I urge you to read this weekend:

  1. Why Modern Feminism Is White Woman’s Privilege
  2. The Easiest City In The World To Get Laid
  3. Modern Woman In Wanting To Be For Herself, Has Destroyed Herself
  4. Expensive Woman Seeks Retarded Millionaire
  5. The 15 Magical Years of Womanhood
  6. Why Fat Women Should Be Sent To Prison
  7. Why Money Can No Longer Save The Beta Male
  8. Modern Marriage Is Rent Seeking Hell
  9. 5 Reasons Being A Lawyer Sucks
  10. The Strong Do What They Can, And The Weak Suffer What They Must
  11. Why Modern Dating Is Like Illegal Alaskan Halibut Fishing
  12. 5 Commandments For Making A Club Your Poosy Paradise
  13. The Parable of Aepyornis Island
  14. Man’s Most Valuable Possession
  15. You-Go-Girlism Is More Toxic Than Feminism
  16. The 10 Slut Commandments
  17. The Easiest Way To Overcome A Depression
  18. The Myth Of The Male Biological Clock
  19. Two Years Before The Mast
  20. Lessons From The Life Of Casanova

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Do you plan publishing your articles on ROK exclusively in the future and shutting down this website, or will you keep it as a place to post about your books ?

[Roosh: No, they will remain separate.]

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Good job Roosh! How about increasing the amount of posts per day to every 2 hours like Drudge or Business Insider?

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roosh is the audio book narrated by you or did you have a pro read it? Just curious….

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RoK site is annoyingly slow to load.

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ROK is very good, but nowadays I only read your posts. I have read all the ‘dating gurus’ stuff. So I am really selective now

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actually, on Rok there’s a lot of stuff I don’t like. I’ve just read the article about Evola. Aryan talk and all that shit. Give me a break, Evola inspired some of the worst people in history.

The reality, Roosh, is that Rok doesn’t really feel like your blog.

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I wasn’t putting it down, though, I am sure there’s some good stuff too

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Number 3, Modern Woman in Wanting to be for Herself has Destroyed Herself has been on my favorites since it was published. I daresay it is the best article on RoK. One of the most influential writings of my young life. It’s the author’s treatment of a century-dead philosopher’s ideas on women and men and the sexes which I found particularly enlightening. Some of the best pieces are when he illustrates that a perfect woman is better than an imperfect man, which I thought to be profound. It’s a great article that has little misogyny or hate but still tries to understand women and men and how they should interact.

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This site feels more homely.
(Even though you advocate elephant on kitten sex).

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I want to say more about Evola, though: he was absolutely spot on about American women, and the guy was thinking way beyond his times. But when some talks of anti-democracy and racism, he raises red flags…that’s all I am saying

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”Some of the best pieces are when he illustrates that a perfect woman is better than an imperfect man, which I thought to be profound.”

Don’t get too carried away with that generalizing bullshit. No one is perfect. Your ‘perfect woman’ could have a schizophrenia problem and be a serial killer, and then you have a nice guy who because of his false beliefs, he thinks he has to be nice to women, but at least he does no harm. Who’s superior? When people talk about ‘superior’ anything or anyone, I always think ‘mmmmh…..fucked up bullshit ahead’

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no. 8, the 10 slut commandments, is great, I was impressed

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Joe, I didn’t say that a perfect woman is common, or that one exists, but there are ones closer to feminine perfection than others, and a woman closer to the utmost standard than a man who is not as close to his is better than that man. The point was that we are different creatures, so we are not judged by the same standards. That is a wise and truthful saying worth remembering.

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Ok, I get the message, Roosh. Bowing out.

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“Aryan talk and all that shit. Give me a break, Evola inspired some of the worst people in history.”

I knew there’d be people like Joe Dick. It’s like a feminist saying Richard Feynman’s Nobel prize should be retracted, because he advocated game. Someone who expects perfect ideological *purity,* hmmmmmmm….

Thanks for the warm comments, #8.

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15 Emmanuel Goldstein of ROK

I knew there’d be people like Emmanuel Goldstein, who pretend they are little great philosophers but only box people up into their stupid little categories and who think they know how other people think.

”It’s like a feminist saying Richard Feynman’s Nobel prize should be retracted, because he advocated game. Someone who expects perfect ideological *purity,*”

Hmmmmmm. What a load of big-worded, nonsensical bullshit.

I have a few very logical reasons for not caring about Evola:

1. he was a racist, and I cannot ever relate to a racist, in any ways. Racism repels me, like mixing oil to water, and whatever useful things can be learned from Evola, I am pretty sure I can learn from someone else, since I believe Evola wasn’t superior to shit. And as absurd as it is, I know something useful can be learned even from the worst people. Whether or not I choose to do that, is another matter. I personally am very selective about who or what I learn from, and have no reason to want to learn from Evola, since I can learn something useful from someone who isn’t a racist, and since Evola wasn’t the only one who believed, at least, that a man should never submit to a woman. So, considering I can learn that stuff from people who aren’t racists and who I like better, then why the hell not.

2. Evola was a ‘nobleman’. I.e. he could just dick around every day without worrying about how to survive, pay the rent or buy food, so he could mentally masturbate. In other words, he was a theoretician.
To me learning anything from him, is like learning game from a good looking guy. Not for me, I like to learn from people who have had it hard.

3. Anyone who has ideas of ‘superiority’, in my book, has serious issues. Whether it’s called religion, killing spree, terrorism, or Hitler, it all starts with some (wrong) fucked up beliefs about how we are TOO different from someone else.

Hey brother, I din’t go to school, and I don’t know what the hell you mean by ‘ideological purity’. But I learned to write and speak 3 languages on my own and a bunch of other cool things, so don’t box people into your limiting categories and don’t tell me how I think, ’cause you don’t know anything about it.

I can only tell you that I started to look into Evola and as soon as I started reading bullshit about race and Aryans, I thought ‘why am I wasting my time?’. I am not a Jew, but I try to learn from other people’s mistakes, and in my opinion, you can learn a lot from mistakes made in the name of fucked up beliefs. The other day I saw in a documentary video footage of a guy held in a concentration camp. The guy was a bag of bones. A Nazi was holding him by the arm. They were going to do something to him, but they only showed the terror that guy had in his eyes. He stared directly into the camera. That guy left his stare for people to watch decades later. I’ll never forget it. I remembered it was the same terror I saw when I saw a cat in my friend’s garden, staring intently at a stone. I lifted the stone and underneath it there was a little white mouse. He was literally trembling with fear.

I have asked myself in both instances, what if I had been that mouse, or what if I had been that guy in the concentration camp. Instead, here I am. I am not happy about my life (and that’s fine, since I believe only idiots are happy), but here I am, safe. I am not being attacked by a giant tiger or being held in a concentration camp.

I’ll leave you with these thoughts, ’cause in these instances pictures are truly worth more than words.

I have my own values, and I don’t like racists. It’s not to be politically correct or any of that shit. But learning something from Evola would make me feel like an hypocrite.

If you don’t understand that, and you wanted to delete and block me, that’s fine, I learned to stop giving a fuck about rejection, since I know myself much better than strangers know me, but don’t pretend you are able to figure people out too quickly, you are only fooling yourself.

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PS. and Goldstein, just to sum it up : I think Evola was forward thinking in his thoughts about women, but backward thinking on a lot of other things. To me believing that there is a superior race is no different than what people from the Middle Ages believed about women travelling on a flying broomstick.

I agree that a man should NEVER submit to a woman in any ways. Yes men have built the world, not women. Women helped men, yeah. By pushing them off a cliff when they weren’t looking. So I am NOT saying that women should be ‘equal’, because we all know what they are capable of when they are granted the same power.

But the man Evola wasn’t rational enough, beside the racism, there’s too much esoteric stuff and mysticism. Until a way ago I could dispense with the selectiveness, but now I no longer can do it, so before reading a book or learning anything from someone, I make sure the author is someone I personally would look up to.

Ideological purity? Maybe. You can also simply call it ‘better standards’. I don’t expect ‘purity’ or ‘perfection’, since these beliefs are only for people who watch too many Disney movies. But I don’t need to learn anything from ‘nobleman-racists’, simple as that.

PPS. as for your analogy about what a feminist would say about that guy Feyman, I truly didn’t understand what the fuck are you babbling about, since I am not a feminist, so it’s beyond me how your analogy would fit me, but hey, who gives a fuck, it doesn’t matter. Whatever. Peace out, brother.

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and Roosh, I owe you an apology about my little drama shit before about ‘bowing out’. I wasn’t thinking straight. JD

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congrats on the grownth of ROK, the best “manosphere magazine” out there imo