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  1. Jay December 6, 2019 at 12:41 pm

    Cultureless elites are propogating generational beliefs in “diversity” so that “isms” spread and they can “divide and conquer” all cultures.
    Some among us will surely get the chance to see this upcoming reckoning.

  2. Caleb Roy December 6, 2019 at 11:18 pm

    This Video was a Godsend! Literally! Thanks Roosh! So glad to see you following the Lord! God bless! God be with you!

  3. Kevin December 11, 2019 at 7:08 pm

    Hi Roosh, I am excited to see what comes in store. I too am going through a kind of spiritual, for lack of a better term, phase, and it’s so interesting to see some of your insights as you continue on with your journey.

  4. KingofPrussia January 16, 2020 at 1:02 am

    Worst city: Los Angles. Yes, yes! I agree completely I have been all over the US and Southern California is my least favorite region. Additionally it’s summer all year round, and i’ve never cared for those kind of place. God gave us seasons. Phoenix is summer all year round as well and it is one of most bland, unappealing cities to me. What you said about the public schools in Yuma is exactly how I feel about the California Public School. I would never send my kids to CA Public School under any circumstances. I’ve lived in Orange County, Fremont (next to San Jose) and Sacramento. I can say this about all those places. I would never send my children to these schools; they are just horrifying. My dad worked over seas and I went to an international school (English speaking) as a teenager so I’ve seen a much better option for schooling.

    1. Seeingsssnakes February 19, 2020 at 6:43 am

      So you went to a business posing as a school where your rich parents purchased your education as well as everything else you’ve ever (never) accomplished.

      1. KingofPrussia February 21, 2020 at 1:49 am

        If you want to live in a city that no one has heard of: Kunming. China is a horrible place to live. And be around a number of crazy Christian missionaries. The reason it was good was partly because of low class size. Yeah of course, I was with my parents, what did you accomplish as a teenager? But yeah I’m kind of a loser, like 90% of Roosh’s followers are. I am embarrassed about me past. I don’t know why I don’t why I posted this. I will never visit this site again.

      2. KingofPrussia February 21, 2020 at 1:55 am

        I don’t think about any of the this stuff before.

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      4. KingofPrussia February 21, 2020 at 2:07 am

        “like 90% of Roosh followers are” okay that’s a serious accusation I take that back. I’ve never met any of these people.

      5. dakdfjakfj February 21, 2020 at 3:07 am

        I actually enjoyed living in China, I could go out and eat at the downtown area (when I could live off my parents money) everything was so cheap. It was nice to get out of the Bay Area and see that not everyone thinks like that. My dad was a Christian missionary. I hate talking about what my dad did. That’s why I avoid talking about my past when I’m around people and try to divert the subject. He later went to live in the village.

      6. Sodom&GomorrahUnifiedSchoolDistrict February 21, 2020 at 4:06 am

        The public schools look like concentration camps. Many, if not almost all, schools no longer teach the following: Logic, Rhetoric, Phonics (for k-3), Home Economics (not sure what I think about this), Cursive (not a biggie) and Personal Finance. But they do teach Sex Ed and LGBT History now! Go read John Taylor’s Gatto’s book: Dumbing Us Down. “Seeing Snakes” you don’t have very good vision.

      7. Sodom&GomorrahUnifiedSchoolDistrict February 21, 2020 at 12:00 pm

        I was home school until age 12. When I enter school it was a bit of a shocked. all the aggressiveness, all the cursing, pornography culture everyone was miserable. I was disturbed.

    2. Sodom&GomorrahUnifiedSchoolDistrict February 21, 2020 at 5:40 am

      Okay I wrote a long post which I should have saved on to my journal first. Now it’s gone. I was describing my experience adn and you can see how I came to feel the way I do about school. I admit my experience was exceptionally horrific and for most people it isn’t that bad. I actually grew up in the same area as Winston Wu (author of Happier Abroad which it seems some of Roosh’s followers know about), it isn;t a bad place.

  5. Cheese January 16, 2020 at 1:12 am

    More bad cities list: Berkeley, Oakland, Stockton, Modesto, Bakersfield, San Bernardino, Albuquerque, Las Cruces.

    1. Cheese January 16, 2020 at 1:15 am

      Las Vegas

  6. KingofPrussia January 25, 2020 at 2:52 am

    Los Angelos is a soulless, crowded, city. Some areas look cool, but it’s still a massive concrete jungle.There is only one thing I like about LA is the food; they’re a lot of good restaurants.

    Havre De Grace looks like a place I would want to live.
    I don’t hate the northwest. I like the suburbs near Seattle, like Tacoma and Bellevue Washington.