Are You An Enemy Of Liberty?

Does your ideology require laws to aid certain classes of people over others?

Does your ideology believe that humans are inherently weak?

Does your ideology incentive  idleness through permanent welfare?

Does your ideology place more emphasis on victimization than hard work, talent, and intellect?

Does your ideology believe in top-down guesswork via central committees over bottom-up empiricism and common sense?

Does your ideology believe that only a strong state can create prosperity and human happiness?

Does your ideology believe that historical wrongs should be corrected?

Does your ideology believe the state does a better job of raising children than parents?

Does your ideology believe that wealth inequality must be solved by plundering from the rich to give to the poor?

Does your ideology believe utopian equality can be reached through tinkering with the law as if improving a food recipe?

Does your ideology believe that feelings are more important than truth?

Does your ideology believe in tabula rasa?

Does your ideology believe that combining different peoples in a defined space will create peace and love?

Does your ideology want to rid society of offensive speech?

Does your ideology selectively use science?

Does your ideology believe the free market should not be free?

Does your ideology believe it’s okay for the government to perform an action that citizens are forbidden from doing?

Does your ideology encourage or enable the most lazy part of you?

Does your ideology require the censorship of other ideologies for it to prosper?

Does your ideology believe past human traditions, rituals, and heuristics have no place in modern society?

If you answered yes to any of the above, you have chosen an ideology that obstructs another man’s property, pursuit of happiness, and ability to engage in commerce, all so that you may usher in your creative vision of what human society should be. Whether you see your ideology as just or not, there will be a fight when it encroaches on my liberty.

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  1. PoliticsIsHard December 13, 2013 at 9:18 am

    Stick to writing about picking up girls. You sound like a 1st year undergrad who just read their first Ayn Rand novel.

    1. Trouble December 13, 2013 at 9:53 am

      I LOLd

    2. Deebos December 13, 2013 at 9:56 am

      Well now, hold on. Pick up involves being well rounded in a variety of areas including political or societal beliefs and trends. I say keep writing about what interests you, after all we are reading this site for free.

    3. runsonmagic December 13, 2013 at 11:23 am

      Ayn Rand – WB

      A solid 4, but you know she’d be freaky in bed.

    4. Marshallaw December 13, 2013 at 11:56 am

      “I remember when I had my first beer….”

    5. Read Kenneth Royce and Learn December 13, 2013 at 3:13 pm

      Politics suck!!! It’s endless shinning and banter to howl a out your plight. In Murica you can say you’re free just don’t act like it. The man will work you to death as a slave and let you read and debate The Fountainhand. Atlas Shrigged, Exonmics In one Lessn, etc. all the way to the camps in your rail car box.

      Ps- a real Patriot is author Kenneth Royce aka Boston T Party. Check his work out Rooshoto.

      1. muletool December 29, 2013 at 5:22 pm

        Yeah, well, that’s like your opinion, man. I love this generation that wants to avoid participating in politics at all cost. Its your lack of support for and participation in the political process that has caused these so-called problems. Anyone American under 40 got fu#$ed by Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. All this technology was released like a weapon on your child like psyche without having done 20 year longitudinal studies on the effect of these technologies on child development. Here’s the result. A bunch of entitled a-holes running around avoiding manual labor for media fame and so-called “work” like inventing facewhore and twittmytwat. This country pays 15 year-olds more to dance and sing than they do heart surgeons. The real scam is not Obamacare and how it effects the youth of today, but the whole concept of insurance period. Blue Cross deserves to be brought to its knees. Its a ponzi scheme where the middle man makes more money than the doctor. Without political radicals like Che Gueverra and Ghandi and Martin Luther King Jr. you wouldn’t have the freedom to be an a-political pussy of a moderate that avoid’s true political ACTION at all costs. Ayn Rand was another freakin’ dillitante amateur, another hipster keybopard jocky “artist” pretending to be a sexually and financially free individual. Fu#k the individual… no man is an island unto himself. The ghettos of America are getting ready to crumble in a spider web of connections until they reach the footsteps of the gated communities. To think that ghetto problems and unequal distribution of wealth don’t effect you is pure magical thinking. Hope you are ready for war, because the way these “mens” forums keep yelling “fire” in a crowded theater… its closer than you think. Classic blame the victim sh*t… and yes, there are true victims out there and they are not “men” who can’t get laid because the look Arab in a white man’s world. Classic internalized oppression bs.

    6. Glengarry December 14, 2013 at 2:54 am

      And here’s the undergrad who just had his first Cathedral class.

  2. William Rex December 13, 2013 at 9:23 am

    “No” on all counts.

  3. Arirang December 13, 2013 at 9:27 am

    An excellent list of thought-provoking questions. I answered “no” to all of them with the exception of a qualified “mostly no” about the free market. I think an unbridled free market can have unintended negative consequences. I’m thinking of Dickensian images of industrial squalor, the horrors portrayed in “The Jungle,” etc. As long as the market serves human interests and not the other way around, I’m down with it. A modern example where I am cautious is extending human rights to corporations, and allowing corporations to quash human freedoms (by TOSing, for example, in an electronic age). It’s something to think about. I’m not so naive as to think that we can dispense with courts as civilized referees.

    1. JB December 18, 2013 at 3:57 am

      Corporations are just tools. It’s corporations which are made up of people who get control of governments that are the problem.

      The corporations (who really control the government) certainly do not answer “no” to all of the questions above…and that is the problem…not the free market.

      The corporations of which you speak are not from the free market.
      They despise the free market.

      They are not capitalist but corporatist.

  4. Glenfilthie December 13, 2013 at 9:35 am

    Yes, I suppose I am.
    I consider myself a civilized man and am old enough to know that all manner of scum of the earth will hide behind the concept of ‘liberty’ – until it comes time for them to pay for the liberties they’ve taken.
    I have no problem with true libertarians that keep their hands to themselves but I know many poseurs that will not if given the chance. Your rights end where mine begin.

    1. Slashfund December 13, 2013 at 9:45 am

      No one beats the “progressives” for doing that. They’re all about “choice” and “liberation” until you don’t follow their orders. And they outnumber your boogieman “libertarian” 10000:1.

      1. Glenfilthie December 13, 2013 at 12:06 pm

        I agree – and when push comes to shove the libertarians will lose to them every time. That is because the progtards can act cohesively while the libertarians cannot. Libertarians have a problem with authority – even legitimate authority.
        It’s sad because I would love to get along with them – I agree with them on 95% of the issues. I disagree with them on stuff like the war on terror and drugs. They are out to lunch on social issues like polygamy, homosexuality and cults. Unless conservatives and libertarians can reach some kind of compromise, the progtards will continue to rule us. I think Hillary Clinton is a real threat for the next elections.

      2. Alex Jones>Fox News December 13, 2013 at 3:25 pm

        Progtards-bwhahahaha that’s the word of the day.

        The only him those losers
        Seem to understand is Machivallian ass pounding aka when they come to grab your stuff, or ass send some Match Kings into their sorry ass domes at 3000fps. Going bang bang bang is a philosophy- it’s communication extending out of logical reasoning. Of course as many of the proletarians who have rode bitch all their life won’t have the guys to throw down but some will. Why are all the FEMA camps in Tx Al WV GA???? It’s obvious- Team Murica Zionist corporatism juggernaut of Illuminati horse shit loves using poor white trash to fight their bogus bs wars but when the Rodney ray rednecks don’t comply to domestic ‘policy, they’ll starve them out drone them send in mercs and put the rest in camps after the dumb ass redneck slobs were used by the. To ‘serve their Country’ aka do the bidding of corrupt legislators who kow tow to old rich liar Jews and their money so they can stay in office and bang 26 yo interns and hookers in DC instead of be in shitville OH making 120k as assure and listening to wifey and the kids howl and moan they get to instead kiss Mr. Epsteins balls and ride around with boomers and sell out their own Nation and the Walmart shopping F150 driving CMT listening white trash rednecks will do the labor for all these pricks and kill brown men on another continent to make old Jews even richer.

  5. Trouble December 13, 2013 at 10:03 am

    Your transition into right-wing Jesus freak really is odd.

    1. Mark Portman December 15, 2013 at 12:06 pm

      Wow. That has to be the most ridiculous logical leap I’ve heard in a while. It’s disappointing that so many trolls lurk here.

  6. jakebsp December 13, 2013 at 10:07 am

    Says the guy who bans anyone in his forum with dissenting views.

    1. Trouble December 13, 2013 at 10:36 am

      THIS! Wish I could like this more than once. I mean, the hypocrisy is deep!

      1. Aurini December 13, 2013 at 11:53 am

        Roosh built a soapbox; he’s not obliged to let others stand on it.

        Roosh’s soap box has a logo, and a distinct colour set on it. It’s not facebook or youtube, which are “Build Your Own Soapbox!” creation kits – it’s a particularized soapbox, and anything said while standing on it is enhanced by Roosh’s tacit support. Obviously he’s picky about who says what while on it.

        Dissenters are free to build their own soap boxes. Roosh has no moral obligation to hand his out for free – in fact, he has a moral obligation to preserve his brand.

      2. Glenfilthie December 13, 2013 at 6:59 pm

        Not to slag our host – I understand the need to dispense with trolls and hecklers, Aurini.
        But I have heard libertarians – particularly the nastier atheist versions – bloviating on how real liberty means having to tolerate things that disgust you because you do things that disgust others. (The verbage was more eloquent but that was essentially what it boiled down to). It’s a valid argument too – but you can’t have it both ways.
        I think it’s a fair comment. This ideology DOES have limits.

      3. G Ron December 14, 2013 at 2:47 pm

        Roosh man why don’t you talk about what City you’re running game in this weekend. That’s more interesting than writings of Atlas Shrigged as all these philosopher morons have moaned for ages but its not changing the Country.
        What I mean-
        Lets hear about your game this past week.

        What City did you put in work in?

        Approach numbers you did (how many approaches are you doing a week now), numer of dates, closes,etc.

        I read philosophy of politics for a few years- it’s a mental trap. It’s mental masturbation.

    2. tu_ne_cede_malis December 13, 2013 at 12:31 pm

      This is such an aspie response. If there is an asshole at a party that you are hosting at your house, is it violating his freedom to throw him out of the party?

      Should you give face time to a ranting homeless guy on the subway and politely debate his views?

  7. Joseph Smith December 13, 2013 at 10:17 am

    “Does your ideology believe utopian equality can be reached through tinkering with the law as if improving a food recipe?”

    I don’t see how anyone can be against this. Maybe the 13th amendment (among many others) was a mistake? It was, after all, a tinkering of the law.

    1. awakened December 13, 2013 at 10:27 am

      This sounds exactly like something a female college student would say. Emotion instead of logic.

      1. Joseph Smith December 13, 2013 at 10:38 am

        Far from it. Look I’m down with most of the list – maybe its just that my head’s not stuck so far up Roosh’s asshole that I might disagree about a thing or two he posts once in a while.

      2. awakened December 13, 2013 at 10:52 am

        You took a general statement and on your own used a very specific issue that invoked race to “disagree”.

        Your point is not valid and you went straight to making it a race issue which shows. Using the race card is a sure fire loser.

      3. awakened December 13, 2013 at 10:55 am

        I must have gotten auto corrected or something. Ignore the weird sentence typo.

  8. awakened December 13, 2013 at 10:22 am

    If a man has a problem with this list he is the problem. The reason the west has become a “failed experiment” is the lack of MEN to be strong and lead. Weakling men are the reason our society has failed. Weakling men (progressives/libs/commies etc etc) are the virus that caused the sickness.

    1. seth datta December 13, 2013 at 6:39 pm

      I have a problem with two points:

      (1) humans ARE inherently weak. 87% of people do not think for themselves. This is a scientifically proven view. Its why its so easy to get people to believe in the next fad or other things that collectively lead us to our doom. Having a code of conduct in days of past, such as marriage (with divorce being rare), sidestepped human weakness by making it socially unacceptable to do things that out of human weakness, would weaken a society.

      (2) plundering from the rich to give to the poor. Consider that many rich got that way from plundering the poor of this nation and other countries. They certainly don’t believe in hard work for themselves or ‘fairness’. Do you think bigwigs like Brzezinski, Blair, Rothschilds, Rockefeller and others’ even like other white guys, or guys in general for competition? No, of course not. They would rather weaken and reduce the competition, whilst increasing their own wealth and power. Even millionaires benefitted indirectly from an evil system that was meant to benefit the uber-elite, and they got dragged up along the way. The elite are done with the middle and upper middle classes and now are sinking them in debt and foreclosure.

      1. gu December 13, 2013 at 8:03 pm

        “Brzezinski, Blair, Rothschilds, Rockefeller and others’ even like other white guys,”

        You spelled “Jews” wrong.

      2. Lacedric December 13, 2013 at 8:13 pm

        Those creeps aren’t even from Israel they’re Khazars from Georgia read Jew whistle blower Benjamin Freedmans Facts are Facts at

        The whole game is rigged student loans mortgages aka death contracts inflation public brainwashing for indentured servitude/education k-phd. All a tool of oppression. The rockefellers wanted to tax two incomes and have the women working and the kids in day gulag aka public school. It’s all Khazar Zionist Jew banker con game.

      3. Hobo December 15, 2013 at 3:07 pm

        You complain about the rich plundering the poor, when your guy, Barack Obama did exactly that with the bailouts. Why do socialist systems have the lowest median standard of living?

        Why are Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and a slew of other ultra-wealthy giving away almost all of their fortunes to charity to help the poor when they believe in “hereditary wealth”. Is it to “plunder the poor”?

        Your cool-aide is poison.

      4. JB December 18, 2013 at 3:52 am

        The TV describes the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation as a “charity”. Is it really? No. It’s a tax shelter for billionaires that can own businesses and stocks. The directors of these “charities” can pull great salary and benefits from them.

      5. seth datta December 23, 2013 at 6:47 pm

        Ive never voted. Im in the UK, not the US. So how has the traitor and shill obama ever been my guy??

      6. Alex December 25, 2013 at 9:12 pm

        So, what you’re saying, is that trickle down economics is a failure? I mean the ‘rich’, I qualify for at least the 5% off the top of my head quick calculation, have done great for the last 5 years.

        Barack is my guy just like Reagan, Bush I, Clinton, and Bush II. Ted Cruz is my guy, just like Rand Paul, because they give me lower taxes. Barack is a great guy for stocks. Bush II did eff up with Medicare Part D, but you got to throw the masses a bone every so often, but it could’ve been a cheaper one.

        Don’t listen to Buffet or Gates, they want to raise taxes, and keep the death tax.

      7. Ray Wolfson December 15, 2013 at 4:53 pm

        it’s the government with all it’s regulations that enables monopolies to strangle out the competition…. without the incredible amounts of red tape, small start ups would leap to the forefront as they do in tech, all the time….. the free market system works and we have ample evidence of that…. which is why the media has to work over time to convince everyone that the opposite is the case

    2. Life's not Hollywood December 14, 2013 at 2:39 pm

      Toxic women breed and don’t nurture and inspire men to be their best. You act like a man is supposed to be a robot. That’s clown talk and all that macho bull- take anyone who ever lived and put them in a combat zone with no food water provisions or moral support from their brothers or family and they will die. That macho be an island crap works in Hollywood scripts where one guy can kill 100 enemies on a can of beans staring dirty at them and one may of ammo but not in reality. The Jew bankers who run this preferred game are clever and know if you break down all forms of support (family community religion etc) you’ll break the men down too.

      1. awakened December 14, 2013 at 10:38 pm

        That is total bullshit talk. I never said a man is an island but yes sometimes the individual has to stand up and fight. MEN can start to rise up again when they GROW THE FUCK UP! Stop the fucking childish video games, the ghetto worship sports fanaticism, stop begging women for sex, political correctness conformity, white european males thinking they caused the problem, and so on.

        Until weakling American (and western european) men stop acting like fucking pussies and pre-teens our society is going to continue down the the toilet.

        If men embraced pre-1960 American culture all of this shit would end.

        If only 10% of men lived this way the entire system would crumble. I agree with your last sentence but I think they only succeed because our majority is weak.

  9. K-Man December 13, 2013 at 11:20 am

    The problem with unlimited liberty is that if you let the rich be, they will not respect the liberty of the poor.
    This has been proven many many times in history and is also being proven now, e.g. in Bangladesh where a textile factory burned up, with the workers in it.
    There are numerous example where the state is needed. For example, if there were no FDA what’s to stop Merck and Pfizer from selling you candy as expensive life-saving medicine? Will you just rely on ads or maybe on peer review to know what’s good medicine and what’s not – both of these can be bought, and Merck has $$$ to spare.
    I’m not saying that the FDA is doing a stellar job but still better than nothing.

    1. tu_ne_cede_malis December 13, 2013 at 12:36 pm

      Lol. The FDA is bought and paid for by companies like Merck and Pfizer and they do damage control for these companies when their drugs fail. Think Vioxx. They also keep many experimental products off the market that might help dying patients.

      If a pharmaceutical company was exposed as selling candy as medicine they would immediately go out of business as nobody would buy their product.

    2. awakened December 13, 2013 at 1:01 pm

      Oh for fucks sake. This is a special kind of stupid sandwich.

      The FDA is run by Merck, pfizer, monsanto, ADM, con agra and the like. The FDA is bought and paid for by special interest and has been for years. They rubber stamp dangerous drugs and pharmaceutical abortion pills with arbitrary rules and at the same time block Americans from getting genetic testing done on themselves i.e. 23 and me, so they can pad the pockets of physicians which is another special interest group.

      The FDA is a joke as is 99.99% of the federal government and nothing would be a vast improvement.

    3. TT December 13, 2013 at 3:36 pm

      Selling poor quality products is not in the best interest of companies.
      The free market does a better job of regulating companies than the government does.

    4. cameron_pantywetter December 13, 2013 at 10:06 pm

      Ugh.. where do I even start. I’m tired of this debate.

      I give up. Socialist ideologies harm their subscribers the most.

      I’m gonna keep hustling just the same. Then send my money offshore.

    5. disqus_MHw7a2dXsU December 14, 2013 at 2:42 pm

      The problem with unlimited liberty is that if you let the rich be, they will not respect the liberty of the poor.

      I know. Look at the way Bill Gates goes around forcing people to buy computers. As we all know, voluntarily buying a computer with your own money is totally the same thing as being forced to at the barrel of a gun.

      if there were no FDA what’s to stop Merck and Pfizer from selling you candy as expensive life-saving medicine?

      Seriously? As if the only regulatory agencies could possibly be government agencies? There are literally thousands of privately funded watch dog agencies looking at the practices of most companies in the world. And companies know that very best way to maximize profit is to establish strong ties of trust with the buying public. In other words, basic human self-interest does a better job of providing better products and better information of products, than any bureaucrat or politician, who by the way are routinely bought by the companies you think they are “regulating”. Do you think it ‘s some weird happen stance that no one has gone to jail over the current financial fiasco? Aren’t you a little interested in the fact that regulators, who had access to deep inside information, could possibly have not seen it coming? They did. And they did what they were paid to do: protect those companies from the outrage of the public and keep their benefactors out of jail.

      Also, the FDA is busy killing people by preventing life saving medicine from getting to people who need it.

      Will you just rely on ads or maybe on peer review to know what’s good medicine

      Just what do you think the bureaucrats at the FDA rely on?

  10. rez December 13, 2013 at 11:44 am

    nice post.

    Roosh: have you ever read Nietzsche’s writings on “will to power” ? i think you will enjoy it immensely. the following is an excerpt from his work “the antichrist.”

    What is good?—Whatever augments the feeling of power, the will to
    power, power itself, in man.

    What is evil?—Whatever springs from weakness.

    What is happiness?—The feeling that power increases—that resistance
    is overcome.

    Not contentment, but more power; not peace at any price, but war;
    not virtue, but efficiency (virtue in the Renaissance sense, virtu,
    virtue free of moral acid).

    The weak and the botched shall perish: first principle of our charity.
    And one should help them to it.

    What is more harmful than any vice?—Practical sympathy for the botched
    and the weak

    1. Pablo Martin Podhorzer December 15, 2013 at 10:14 pm

      rez – we already know what came from following those kinds of ideas. Great parades, lots of highways… and genocide. No thanks.

  11. Taz December 13, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    These could be bullet points from a conversation with most young American women. That is, on the rare occasion a conversation strays from pop-culture or TV plots. These are the go-to anchors of her enlightenment. Or maybe I just live in a city with too many worthless masters degrees running around trying to impress men with their progressive credentials. Bore.

    1. disqus_MHw7a2dXsU December 14, 2013 at 2:33 pm

      I have yet to hear a young American woman decry government provided “insurance” to pay for their birth control and abortions. In other words, their ideology is based on one that forces men to pay women.

  12. silent December 13, 2013 at 12:15 pm

    This is why I settled here instead of Roissy.
    You’re an anarcho-capitalist, if you didn’t know it already.
    Look into Lew Rockwell, Doug Casey, and Jeff Berwick when you get a chance.

  13. MattyTheBigDicked December 13, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    weird how libertarians are all pro-liberty and anti-state when it comes to social welfare, but are the first ones to call upon the state to protect their precious property and enforce their contracts. how come I have to be taxed to help the rich??? defend yourselves cocksuckers.

    1. awakened December 13, 2013 at 1:14 pm

      Nice story. Too bad it is 100% fiction.

    2. TT December 13, 2013 at 3:27 pm

      Libertarians are not anarchists.

      1. Mark Power December 15, 2013 at 11:47 pm

        The really smart ones are.

    3. Liberty for the vigilant December 13, 2013 at 8:22 pm

      What I love the little bitches write 40bpage academic essays quoting Con Mises and Montesquieu and they don’t even have the balls to have a strike or tax protest.
      Like anndmspook told me- the big pig has all the guns the only thing thatbwillnsave this Country and get the losers on the Potomacs attention is an econmic strike- all the trash/slaves/goy cattle sit on their ass for a month and don’t show up at work and let the eceonmoy grind to a crashing halt showing all those elitist ass holes the little man does matter when the annual GDP sinks 30% because the slaves got tired of living on the plantation and quit working for the man.

      1. Mark Power December 15, 2013 at 11:48 pm

        Welfare states are collapsing all over the world and the US is next.

    4. disqus_MHw7a2dXsU December 14, 2013 at 2:30 pm

      If this were the case, then why is an armed citizenry the backbone of a libertarian society? The state isn’t necessary for the protection of property, nor the enforcement of contracts. Trying to take a libertarian’s stuff could get you shot. Lying to people you do business with is a quick way to ruin your reputation so no one will do business with you. You should note that if you get shot when stealing from a libertarian, you probably did not get shot by anyone working for the state in an official capacity. And you should note that no one from the state needs to prevent people from doing business with a lying piece of shit business man.

      In fact, state officials are more likely to protect the thief, as well as force people to do business with a lying piece of shit, than to protect someone from a thief or a lying piece of shit businessman.

      1. Brains=Leaving Team Murica December 14, 2013 at 2:54 pm

        Protecting useless sociopath liars and forcing people to comply with mountains of useless governmental trash-
        It’s called your local bar association.

  14. Corvus December 13, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    Can you ever have true liberty in any form of society? Unless you can answer that first, liberty is just another worthless concept like good and evil.

    1. disqus_MHw7a2dXsU December 14, 2013 at 2:26 pm

      So everything that isn’t perfect is equally worthless? Using your logic, there is no difference between slapping someone in the face and raping, torturing, murdering and dismembering someone. They are both acts of violence, so should be categorized the same, right?

  15. Gojira December 13, 2013 at 2:38 pm

    No to all, except for Tabula Rasa, im confused…why does it specifically attack liberty?

    1. Pablo Martin Podhorzer December 15, 2013 at 10:16 pm

      (because it attacks the belief that some people have that they are inherently better than other people thus they don´t need to help those people if they suffer. It is a rationalization -hamster for the Randians!- that poor people “deserve” to be poor).

  16. Throw down pipe December 13, 2013 at 3:08 pm

    My ideology believes in whipping out my thick raging rebar pipe and busting a couple
    Ketchup packs worth of streaming splooge into some warm juicy cooz.

    Game first. The philosopher king thing does it help plow some folds? It never did for me but maybe if your in a place where the chickens want to reason- it could. I reason I gotta get some warm snatch.

  17. Theodore Logan December 13, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    Liberty is a privilege, not a right. Democracy is a form of government that caters to the lowest common denominator. Just putting this out here for everyone as PSA.

  18. Mark Minter December 13, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    Hey guys, quick update. I’m now sitting down to pee!

    1. Kate December 19, 2013 at 11:18 am

      Mark! Where are my tampons!?! I can’t find my tampons! You are so lazy, you told me you’d pick up my Kotex and Haagen Daaz at the store, but here you are on your little computer on that stupid Roosh site with all those angry small-dicked losers. We’ve really gotta talk. You never listen me when I talk about my feelings, why don’t you listen to me, I share everything with you, why don’t you listen to me, Rick at work listens to me, Rick’s got a real job and five kids, and he just took his whole family to Aspen, you can’t even afford to buy Bobby new soccer cleats, why don’t you be a real man and get a real job and until then you’re sleeping on the couch, where are my tampons?

      1. Kate December 19, 2013 at 11:19 am

        This was such as mistake. I’m going to my mother’s. You loser.

      2. duke December 23, 2013 at 5:30 pm

        Beer just spurted out my nose.

  19. A December 14, 2013 at 12:17 am

    Typical simple-minded American stuff. Enjoy your debt-ridden life. Surely the strong people at the top of society that never had to work a day in their lives do.

  20. UCSPanther December 14, 2013 at 1:59 am

    “No” to every last one of them. The mere fact that all of those ideas are failing at a steady rate is proof that I was right to begin with.

  21. E40 December 14, 2013 at 2:32 am

    To Roosh-
    Man I was reading Fistos blog and thought of this idea for you.

    I think you should go deeper into Ukraine to find your perfect City. Dnepropetrovsk is home to my favorite model (when she was in her prime) Merilyn Sakova.

    My point to deeper to new places like Minsk, Slovakia (heard its dirt cheap and has tons of blondes with more refined faces like Czech girls not the “witch face” so many Polish chicks get.

    Also, I’m surprised you haven’t tried St. Petersburg or Moscow. Law doggers write up on some of those inland industrial hick town in Russia make them sound as crappy as Lodz or Kharkov maybe even Toronto.

    Why not Prague or Budapest?

    I admit my greed I want a good analysis of beauty and game all over Europe. I won’t do Asia and I’m Latin so Latin chicks can be sexy but its like if you grew up in San Diego and you don’t like surfing because its so common to you. Me on Latinas. I like highly effeminate gringos the problem is all the corporate brainwashing is greatly eroding that reality.

  22. Malmowitch December 14, 2013 at 3:25 am

    Ayn Rand

  23. johnny December 14, 2013 at 5:05 am

    Nice to see that Roosh took the red pill when it comes to statism as well. Let the blue pill haters rage once again, hahaha.

  24. Mercury December 14, 2013 at 9:11 am

    Actully, liberals are or all fascst or idiots, althought that words have lost its previous meanings by constant deliberate misuse.

    Every libertarian I know (I live in one of east Europian countries) belong to some “liberty club” or mason lodge of riches.

    Remmember, George Orwel said that a new fascism will come under disguise of struggle against the old fascism.

    Also I’m not for left (especially not for so-called fake western created “New left” you so often refer to). Marx was also wrong about so many points. Possiblly he was also fake.

    The institution of money should be reformed. I’m sure that is the only way out. Only when the bad sides of the institutions of money are erradicated and when are retained the good ones, only then it could be possible to hail the liberal idea.

    The point I want to articulate is that the false distinction between “free market” liberalism and communism is promoted by those who are in power. It is suitable only to debate of under-highest class-rest-of-the-world-stupid-masses such is you and me. Under the money power, everything is the same.The real enemy of the real free world is present the institution of money. Mankind need, beside other instituional adjustments, to introduce non-credit money. Not to encourage the fake reallocations of resources. The problem is present from the ancient times.Books “The Babilonian Woe” by John Astle or “The Web of Debt” by Ellen Brown or “The Theory of the Bussiness enterprise” by Thorstein Veblen is the absolute MUST read.

    I’m ideologically closer to liberal thought then to left.

    P:S: Opting for liberal ideas in present times indicates only the lack of integrity and moral or the lack of inteligence of those who are for it.

  25. dada December 14, 2013 at 11:01 am

    Ideologies themselves are actually the enemies of liberty, Why should I have the same ideology of someone else?

  26. preppy December 14, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Endless debates over words, politics and philosophies is in itself a prison that robs a man of his freedom. Work hard to be free despite the condition of the world, what others do or think or how they vote. Stop letting these things be of concern and be as free as you can be apart from these debates. Only be divorcing yourself from the debate can you really engage in the actions of security and protecting your freedoms.

    Free men who actually live a free life have paid the price to obtain that freedom and can immediately identify others who have freedom. I can identity wage slaves, political slaves, cultural slaves, etc. within 5 min of talking to them by what do do, what they say, and what they believe to be important.

    There is no such thing as absolute freedom, except in mind in body, detached form the physical world around them through mediation, prayer, chanting, trancing, etc. However, there are 1000 levels of freedom, each one more liberating than the last. It’s a never ending quest, and frankly an engaging and intellectually challenging exercise to find other ways in which I’m not free, and how I can hack the Matrix liberate myself the the degree of separation I consider to be free. That degree of separation is only something I define for myself. I guarantee that 1000 men posting 1000 manifestos defining what freedom is will include all the elements of freedom I seek in my life.

    One man thinks he’s free because he lives in the USA, the land of the free, has a good enough job to take care of himself and his family. Another says he’s free because he’s homeless and not burdened with the need to work a job. Another says he’s free because he just voted for Obama, while the guy next to him says he’s free because he voted for Romney. There is no defacto standard of freedom. So we do we keep debating the patently obvious things rather than start living more freely.

    Birds of a feather flock together. Free men will band together with other free men while keeping a safe distance from the enslaved sheeple. You can’t live a meaningful life by shunning the 90% of the population who are enslaved to something or someone. You just make sure their shackles don’t end up on your wrists and ankles. If I move out of the USA to Mexico get free of the surveillance/police state I lose the freedom to keep and bear arms. Which is the greater degree in freedom? One many says the former is essential to freedom while another says the later. Most would say both. However, there is no perfect place. There are just some places better for some over others. So I move to mexico and learn how to project myself with a machete instead.

    I feel like on droning on now, so I’ll conclude. Choose your battles carefully. Don’t tread on anyone’s freedom, and don’t tread on me. We all agree there’s a heaven? Good! Why argue on what it is and what it looks like. Just do your damned best to get through those pearly gates.

    1. preppy December 14, 2013 at 11:57 am


      I guarantee that 1000 men posting 1000 manifestos defining what freedom is will NOT include all the elements of freedom I seek in my life.

      (thought that was important to clarify)

  27. Mina Smith December 14, 2013 at 1:04 pm

    If you answered Yes to the above, you are exhibiting r-type, rabbit behavior as part of a K-selected wolf species. It isn’t natural and you need to change. Wolves should not live their lives as rabbits. Exercising your amygdala, learning to research and understand things that make you uncomfortable and getting used to processing negative emotions and turning them into productive action would be great start. Read more about r/K selection theory of evolutionary biology.

  28. Russian monarchist December 14, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    So is it not good to be a monarchist?

  29. TT December 14, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    “If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey, he is obligated to do so.” – Thomas Jefferson

  30. Libertas December 14, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    Well, it’s a balance that needs to be found.

    Generally I do think most people are incapable of governing themselves, and I speak from direct experience in this area to draw these conclusions from. I don’t really know the answers at this point, but I do believe the mob needs to be controlled. Probably the best way is through viewing voting as a privilege more than a right.

    The main problem with libertarianism is that it assumes most people are generally rational. They aren’t. Promotion of the general liberty is vital and has been diluted for all the reasons you describe, but that is the fatal conceit of the ideology which brings me back to my first sentence.

    1. Mina Smith December 15, 2013 at 3:22 pm

      The majority of people who aren’t rational are the rabbit people. They are the weak who also happen to be at this time the numerous. They are like rabbits. When the time of surplus comes to an end they will make delicious dinners for the rational, freedom-loving wolves.

  31. Armchair General December 14, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    Does author really believe world is this black and white ? Unfortunately, reality is not this simple. Ruling ideas in every corner of the world are ideological mess combining aspects of pretty much everything.

  32. left pua December 14, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    roosh is becoming like hearsite with this white nationalist nonsensece,,

  33. Fuck You December 15, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Fuck you, simpleminded loser.

  34. Tom Dane December 16, 2013 at 12:36 am

    I must say, I like the social benefits in Denmark. I mean, everyone can get fired, especially in todays toxic environments.
    Doesnt matter how talented you are, some beta due or HR department could suddenly have it in for you and back stab you. OK you may say, save up for the hard times. Easier said than done if you’re on minimum wage.
    In USA if that happens, you are not far from becoming homeless. I can’t imagine a life where you can turn into a homeless bum overnight.
    Besides, the wealth of your parents doenst matter. You will get free education. Free hospitals etc. Of course it’s not free, since you pay if through taxes, Still I think it’s how an organized society should run.
    That it turns women into total bitches, well, that’s another thing. Or is it really that ? from what I know, USA doenst have much of a security net. And those bitches are the worst in the world.

  35. Tom Dane December 16, 2013 at 12:42 am

    Some things have to be regulated. You cant have a totally free marked like 1910 USA. No security rules at work etc.

  36. hernandayoleary December 16, 2013 at 1:48 am

    “Does your ideology believe that historical wrongs should be corrected?”

    So if the government falsely prosecutes you for a bogus claim, like duke rape case you don’t think those historical wrongs should be corrected? If the cigarette companies lied to you and said smoking isn’t linked to cancer and is good for your lungs that wrong shouldn’t be corrected.

    I guess I am an enemy of liberty.

    1. shadey February 2, 2014 at 3:02 am

      My my hernandayoleary you are looking mighty strawy today

  37. Michael Drumel December 16, 2013 at 5:02 am

    It’s funny how you people prefer to TROLL or make CHILDISH ARGUMENTS against Roosh and the other posters, when the truth is simple.

    Are you a MAN ?? If yes, then YOU ARE an ENEMY of LIBERTY, and rightfully so !
    it is your natural state as a man to be CONTROLLING.

    WHAT IS LIBERTY ? Liberty is what nature does, meaning having YOU die soon from diseases which MAN has cured, having YOU being eaten by animals which MAN has established power over, having YOU being CUCKOLDED by your whore woman(a woman is a fine instrument of nature.all women are whores except those with issues) which man has fought hard against, having YOU ignored by women simply because you ‘re not deemed good enough for them. THIS IS LIBERTY GUYS. And if you ‘re a man, YOU HATE IT. …
    A man’s hate for nature and liberty has been the foundation of the Civilization of Man. … I’m proud to call myself a man. I’m PROUD to call myself an ENEMY of LIBERTY. How about you ?

  38. Sam Spade December 16, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    I don’t have an ideology. Politics are retarded.

    1. shadey February 2, 2014 at 3:05 am

      Thats an ideology tho right?

  39. rothbard and December 17, 2013 at 3:09 am


  40. jbird669 December 19, 2013 at 10:49 am

    Amen Roosh. Amen

  41. Phantom December 22, 2013 at 5:44 pm

    Fuckin awesome post!

  42. revol December 26, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    “Does your ideology require aid to those who need it?”

    “You have chosen an ideology that obstructs another man’s property.”

    FUCK yeah. Socialism was the original manly mans belief… a bunch of hard-working, driven lower and middle class dudes coming to fuck shit up for the jaded, spoiled rich guys.

    It’s made Northern Europe, my homeland, the highest standard of living in the world and helped the US become a modern powerhouse. (Oh, you thought computers and internet came from private enterprise? Brainwashed.)

    Does govt still suck? Yup, but it’s because it usually still serves those upper class interests and/or gives poorly done handouts to placate rather than empower everyone else.

  43. J.I. Smith January 5, 2014 at 10:06 am

    Liberty for whom? And liberty to do what? What about freedom from exploitation? The right-libertarian idea of liberty that you advocate results in slavery, not freedom, for the masses, which of course is why you advocate it.

    This website is a pretty obvious indictment of the baser nature of the human race in any case.

  44. Sam Spade February 21, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    I don’t know about liberty, but monarchies are more stable and efficient than democracies.

  45. j201_alex March 1, 2014 at 11:44 pm


    Thanks, I needed that.

  46. JohnC January 9, 2015 at 2:49 am

    Hey Roosh are you a libertarian? It sounds like you have read the works of Muarry Rothbard and Ayn Rand. Anyway thank you for all your work, it has really help me

  47. MichaelStamper June 6, 2015 at 7:08 am

    None of the above.

  48. Mark Sweeter February 16, 2016 at 12:27 am

    I don’t see how any man could be good at game or participate in the neomasculinity movement who is Liberal or Progressive. You would be a VERY conflicted man. The closest true ideology would have to be Libertarian or a strict constitutional conservative. If you are a progressive and on this site cheering neomasculinity, then you either don’t know what neomasculinity is, or you don’t know what Progressivism is. One or the other.