For my June trip to Washington D.C., I chose Icelandic discount air carrier Wow Air to save $400 compared to the airline I normally use. There was only one catch: on my return, I would have a connecting flight in London’s Stansted airport. I know I’m banned from England, but it should be safe to have a layover where I don’t have to go through customs, right? Four-hundred dollars was enough motivation to find out.

The journey began with Wow Air #116, a red eye flight from BWI airport to Keflavik, Iceland’s main airport. I landed in Iceland without incident and had a brief layover that did not require me to go through passport control. I then boarded Wow Air flight #826, an Airbus A321 that was full with over 200 passengers. I sat in my assigned window seat, 6F, next to a cute American girl. I was too tired to make small talk. The plane departed on schedule and I dozed off.

Not long into the flight, I woke up to the captain making an abrupt announcement: “Flight staff to the captain’s deck.” The lead flight attendant went into the cockpit and came out a few minutes later. The captain then made another announcement: “Because of a security issue, we have to return to Keflavik. We will land in ten minutes. I’m sorry for any inconvenience.” The airplane made a U-turn and dropped altitude.

I’ve been on a lot of flights in my life, but I never had one turn around due to a “security issue.” Was it because of me? There’s no way the authorities would inconvenience hundreds of people because one writer said some mean words on the internet, I thought. But as we approached the runway for landing, I began to mentally prepare for the worst.

After we landed, I asked the American girl for some gum in case I’d have to do some talking. She only had white Tic Tacs. I took them and added, “If they take me off the plane, it was nice sitting next to you.” She gave a weak smile.

The airplane taxied to an isolated area away from the terminal. I saw one police car parked outside. I closely observed the flight attendants to see if they would give a tell by looking in my direction, but they held a stiff poker face. They must be trained to not let the “terrorist” know that he has been found out.

The front door opened and two male Icelandic police officers entered. The lead officer started counting rows as he walked down the aisle. An excited man wearing a yamaka stood up and filmed the scene with a tablet. Would I be the lucky game show winner today? The officer stopped on row 6 and looked directly at me. “Daryush?” he asked. I nodded my head.

My two seat mates cleared the row so I could get out. I glanced behind me and saw a lot of nervous faces. “Should I get my stuff?” I asked. The officer said yes. I opened the overhead compartment and grabbed my laptop bag and hand luggage. The entire cabin was silent. I hadn’t trimmed my beard in months so they probably thought I was a real terrorist trying to Allahu Akbar the plane. I kept my head down. I felt so embarrassed. I didn’t mean to delay everyone’s travel plans to save a couple hundred bucks, but I underestimated how far the UK government would go to prevent me from stepping foot into the country, even for a layover.

The officers escorted me to the police car. I sat in the backseat with the junior officer. He kept a close eye on me for any signs of illegal aggression. All my fatigue disappeared.

“I know why this is happening,” I blurted out. “I’m banned from the UK, but I thought it would be okay to have a layover there since I wouldn’t have to go through UK passport control.”

“We’re not familiar with your case,” said the officer in the driver’s seat. “Why are you banned?”

“Because of words! Because of things I’ve written!” I lowered my voice. “Theresa May is keeping me out because she says I’m a misogynist while she lets in thousands of migrant criminals. It’s so dumb.”

Icelandic people are not normally chatty and these two officers were no exception. I looked at my hands. There were shaking. I squeezed them between my legs.

The car stopped and the officers escorted me into a holding cell. It had a cot with a pillow and a short table with two blankets. They took my passport and locked me in. I looked up at the ceiling and noticed a camera in the corner. I wondered if there was also a microphone. The wind was so strong that cold Icelandic air was whistling into the room. I briefly considered joking with the officers that I would complain to the United Nations for inhumane treatment.

The junior officer came back with a cup of water and told me to hang tight. I alternated between pacing the room and sitting down. I tried to inhale deeply to relax myself but I could only manage shallow breaths. I took some pictures of the room and imagined what I would tell my mom.

The supervisor came into the room. “So after your flight left we got a call from England…”

“A call from who? Someone in the government?” I eagerly wanted to know how their border system worked.

“We just got a call,” the officer replied, not wanting to give details. “And it said that you’re on the flight and you’re not allowed in England. At first we weren’t going to do anything, but then my station manager called and said that we need to bring you back.” So the UK government receives passenger data from all inbound flights that is cross-checked with their immigration and criminal databases. It’s great that they have a locktight system to keep their citizens safe from a thought criminal like myself, yet somehow thousands of Muslim immigrants manage to enter the country to sexually mutilate and abuse females, including children. It’s okay to harm British girls with physical violence as long as you don’t trigger them with internet articles.

“I bought this flight because it was cheap. I know I’m not allowed in England, but I thought a layover would be fine. I guess they didn’t know I had another flight out of the country. Well, I’d like to book another flight if that’s possible. I just don’t want to go back to the US. I’ll go to Africa, even.”

“Okay, this will take some time.” He left the room but didn’t close the door, indicating to me that things were de-escalating.

Serving hard time in Iceland. I almost got a prison tattoo.

Ten minutes later, the supervisor came back and showed me his smartphone. It had the cover of my book Bang Iceland. I grimaced. How do I explain to him that Iceland was one stop on a multi-year fuck tour?

“I was in Iceland a long time ago,” I started, noticing that there was a female officer standing outside the room. “When I was younger, I would travel to countries and then write books about how to… date women.”

“So you have a black belt in women?” The officer grinned while motioning to his belt.

“Something like that. It’s macho talk. I believe men should be masculine and women should sub… should follow men. That’s why I got banned in England. But you can’t say that anymore. I know in Iceland the women are more strong and independent. They don’t believe in old-fashioned arrangements.”

“Are you married, by the way?”

“Obviously not,” I joked. Him and the three officers outside the cell started laughing. He left the room and told me to continue waiting.

I stared out the window and saw an airport worker driving a baggage car. One of the bags fell out and he immediately stopped the car to retrieve it.

How many more bags will fall out of my baggage car? The book I wrote in 2011 will cause me trouble in this country. The article I wrote in 2015 will ban me from that country. The meetups in 2016 will get me attacked from this mayor or that politician for cheap political points. Bags will keep falling out because of things I’ve done in the past, even if one day I become Mother Teresa.

The supervisor came back. He said, “You’re free to go. There’s no reason for us to hold you.” I served one hour of hard time. Any longer and I would have started my first prison workout.

“Do I have to get a stamp to enter Iceland?” I asked.

“I already gave it to you.” He handed me my passport.

I gathered my things and he escorted me into the airport hall. “I hope I made your day a little more interesting,” I said.

“You did, but a few of my officers were reading the news articles and got upset over the things you said.”

“The media has made me a total monster, a rapist, a horrible person. It’s all fake news. I’m not a bad guy. They ruined my reputation and…” I considered explaining further, but even if you accept the most rosy interpretation of my writing, without all the distortions from the media, can you name someone who is more extreme than me when it comes to sex relations? Maybe I really am a monster. “They ruined my reputation and… I will always have to deal with that.”

I stuck out my hand and added, “Thank you for treating me well.” He shook my hand. I walked away and sat down on a bench. I would have to book another flight, and maybe a hotel room, but first I had to call my mom and tell her what happened. She won’t believe it.

Read Next: Theresa May Officially Bans Roosh From The UK While Terrorist Sympathizers Are Let In

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Johnson
Johnson
2 years ago

Is it telling that Roosh would think to call his mom first after this event? Most guys would have called their dad…

Vic Wilson
Vic Wilson
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

Not necessarily…………

MUltan
MUltan
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

That’s not how I interpreted it. He was instead dreading her reaction when he inevitably had to tell her about it at some time in the future. The exact opposite of wanting to call her.

Nick Chung
Nick Chung
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

It’s a good tell. He has a healthy relationship with his family. Moms worry more, so it makes sense to call them first.

孔乙己
孔乙己
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

Most men in his respectable age would call their wife first.

Julian C
Julian C
2 years ago
Reply to  孔乙己

Since he is single, that would have been difficult.

Yd
Yd
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

God point you are on the worng direction. Read Shalom Arush book “Garden of Peace: A Marital Guide for Men Only” anf find amswers for your questions.

Men Going Abroad
Men Going Abroad
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

Normal Dad, like me, would just give an earthy chuckle. Calling Mom, just in case she heard scuttlebutt, got a robo-call etc., and was sleeplees, worried. Good move.

Pope
Pope
2 years ago
Reply to  Johnson

Roosh’s dad is a goat herder

Jason Lowen
Jason Lowen
2 years ago
Reply to  Pope

Bahahaha

nachlass
nachlass
2 years ago

Shaking my head. So much effort and money being wasted on regulating writings and private interactions. So they inconvenienced hundreds of people to make sure a writer couldn’t have a stopover? Boggles the mind.

Glad you made it through and nothing bad happened.

Driver
Driver
2 years ago
Reply to  nachlass

Meanwhile…in the country actual crime continues with the police (government) looking the other way because they don’t want to be considered racist.

I had plans to visit the UK, twice, and changed them (to Poland, Hungary instead). I didn’t go into Russia when it was the USSR…I’ll be skipping the UK as well.

Evito
Evito
2 years ago
Reply to  Driver

Want to pick a guess what the rate for solving crimes in London is? It’s around 3%, that is worse than most of Africa.

pinetree
pinetree
2 years ago

For a plane to take off that has about 200 passengers – usually takes about 2000 Gallons of fuel. Average price of a gallon is $2.50 — so that would cost about $5000. But then the plane also uses about 1500 gallons per hour in flight. So it took maybe one hour to return and land — that is another $3,750. So it roughly would have cost $8,750 only in fuel just to return Roosh.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  pinetree

I’m worth it! 😃

The War At Home
The War At Home
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Unfortunately the idiots who banned you won’t have to pay for that. Passengers of the airline will. That’s the problem with socialism bureaucrats don’t mind wasting other people’s money.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

Every airline has a budget to pay for such kind of “emergencies”.

miseshayekrothbard
miseshayekrothbard
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

That is worked into the cost of tickets, so yes the passengers pay for it.

ezzywil
ezzywil
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

They may have also placed value in saved lives…..shoebomber much?? 😂😂😂😂

Men Going Abroad
Men Going Abroad
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

LOL!!!!!!!!!!!

William Patrick Bower
William Patrick Bower
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

Because of dangerous words. They are scared shitless

Jason Lowen
Jason Lowen
2 years ago

He’s banned because he wrote a how-to guide for raping Icelandic women. The racist, anti-Muslim/anti-immigrant comments probably aren’t helping his cause either.

William Patrick Bower
William Patrick Bower
2 years ago
Reply to  Jason Lowen

Because facts= Racist

hcurrie77
hcurrie77
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

You are worth it. I hope it made England look stupid because they are. Look what they did to Tommy Robinson. I am sorry this happened to you. At least you got to tell your story to a group of guys at the holding cell. Now they know the TRUTH

Jason Lowen
Jason Lowen
2 years ago
Reply to  hcurrie77

Tommy Robinson was jailed for contempt of court; that is, he broke a direct order of the court. He had already been caught and warned once by the judge for filming the people on trial. He broke the court ordered publication ban not once but twice and so he was sent to jail the second time. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

melahi
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

free publicity for you 😁

Note: I’ve been told to avoid international transit thru Dubai or I may be arrested and could be sentenced to death… but I doubt anyone would turn the plane back for a tranny like me.

Jonathan Roseland
2 years ago
Reply to  pinetree

Ridiculous!

Driver
Driver
2 years ago
Reply to  pinetree

This isn’t the only time that the UK government has gone to great lengths to keep out these ‘speech terrorists’. Meanwhile, they continue to let in Muslim preachers and “refugees” from the third world.

What could go wrong?

And don’t think you’re eating a steak in the UK on your visit (unless you’re going to cut it with a plastic butter knife).

Hubert Cumberdale
Hubert Cumberdale
2 years ago

Iceland should be pissed at England for making them divert a large airplane with hundreds of people aboard over something so preposterously miniscule as Roosh’s naughty words.

How many hotel bookings / travel plans / missed meetings / the dying days of a sick relative did that incident lead to? Not to mention thousands of dollars in wasted jet fuel?

Roosh had an onward ticket out of England. International airports before the passport control queue are SUPPOSED to be some kind of limbo territory, like international waters. Not really “owned” by anyone.

Roosh
2 years ago

That’s what I thought. Technically I’d be on international territory

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

No. If you have a travel ban on you, in means you can NOT enter the country. Period. And airport IS the British soil.
This is the way Border Patrols and Guards see your ban.
You ain’t even permitted to enter the British airspace on any commercial carrier with such a ban on you.
I do know it is hard, but this is a REALITY you’ll be facing for an overseeable future when trying to enter UK.
There is NO “international territory” when you have have an imposed travel ban. Thus technically they did it all correctly no matter how grim and stupid it sounds….

Hubert Cumberdale
Hubert Cumberdale
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

In that case, the British authorities should have communicated with Iceland before the plane even took off, since they have manifests off all the passengers onboard to eye any red flag individuals.

This is a colossal fuck up on their part regardless of Roosh’s travel ban. They screwed up the lives of hundreds of people for their utter lack of urgency.

Johnnyvee
Johnnyvee
2 years ago

Unless a (female) British official did it on purpose to punish Roosh something extra? Someone had to make this decision after all.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

My guess is that British authorities were first hesitant as to if they should or shouldn’t stop Roosh since he was only in transit through Britain.
But then the final decision has been made and the plane turned around.

miseshayekrothbard
miseshayekrothbard
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

You have to wonder about that discussion and how ridiculous it is.

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾

There’s only one guilty party in this story, and that’s the one who couldn’t afford to pay the extra few $$ to obey the law… that ‘law’ being that he was prohibited from entering the UK.

Also, to those minimizing the reason for his ban by saying “mean words”, keep in mind that misogyny is a hate crime in the UK and that advocating for rape is terrorism. I know that men are never expected to accept blame for their own actions and the blame for his bad actions must always be lain at the feet of women, but the rest of us oughtn’t play retard just to go along with that narrative. Roosh knowingly, willfully tried to break the law and law enforcement enforced the law. The one who’s responsible for everyone’s delays and losses, etc., is Roosh, and no one else.

Charlemagne
Charlemagne
2 years ago

The law is unjust and idiotic.

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Reply to  Charlemagne

Do countries not have legal authority to decide which foreigners enter their borders, or not?

If not, come to the United States and you’ll either be lauded as a king by the left or straight up murdered by the right.

{edited to add:} I think many laws are unjust and idiotic; however *I* am not so idiotic as to believe that breaking laws I don’t quite agree with absolves me of being held guilty when I break them.

Bavieca
Bavieca
2 years ago

Do countries not have legal authority to decide which foreigners enter their borders, or not?

Yup, but good-luck try telling that to those idiots who oppose Trump administration’s separation of families at the border.

TyskKille
TyskKille
2 years ago

Most democracies would require this decision to be based on an objective method.

Julian C
Julian C
2 years ago

The violence politically, is ALWAYS from the left.

Jim King
Jim King
2 years ago

true but he didn’t actually break any laws lol. Forgot that UK has a twisted way of determining what is terrorism , etc. Roosh was NOT charged, convicted , etc of a crime. He NEVER even stepped foot any other time in the UK. Nor was he accused, prosecuted for any crimes in any other country. He is being “banned” based on words spoken on a website that is in another country.

In fact even the letter they wrote him says as much. They warn him that it is an issue of security/safety. They didn’t say he committed crime. Basically they are afraid that he will upset some people (taxpayers) therefore he isn’t being allowed in. Some in UK have the balls to think Trump shouldn’t be allowed in.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  Charlemagne

.. it is indeed, but it doesn’t make it less of a law;))

Charlemagne
Charlemagne
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

Actually, it does. Parliament didn’t vote on this. It’s a bureaucratic executive decision really, not a proper law.

TyskKille
TyskKille
2 years ago

Meanwhile IS fighters can leave and enter the country without hindrance.

Men Going Abroad
Men Going Abroad
2 years ago

Sorry that the once-Great Britain has now become a nerdy, squeamish, cowardly PC state. You are an embarrassment to those who share your ancestry. A pitiful, weak embarrassment.

Julian C
Julian C
2 years ago

Your statement is incorrect – misogyny is quite accepted and encouraged in the UK as it is practiced by muslims, including female genital mutilation, rape gangs and grooming of pre teen girls. This was specifically directed at a white heterosexual male who was not a member of the ‘elite, protected muslim class’. UK has gone full on cuck.

Ted Colt
Ted Colt
2 years ago

misogyny is a thought crime in UK.. such a free society

Roosh never advocated for rape – quite the opposite

meanwhile, in UK, Muslims reject marital rape happens, groom british girls & rape them, mutilate the genitals of their daughters, and nobody stops them

miseshayekrothbard
miseshayekrothbard
2 years ago

That law is a terroristic law. free speech is universal and inalienable. Bye.

Driver
Driver
2 years ago

The problem with your argument on “obeying the law” is that some (white) people are being prosecuted (or targeted) while others (brown, Muslim) are free to go or free to say, free to do..anything.

We are now talking about political prisoners in the UK (similar to the former USSR)….see Tommy Robinson. You can’t have it both ways. You have laws and you apply them, equally, or you don’t have them.

FormerCanadien
FormerCanadien
2 years ago
Reply to  Driver

If white people accept and oftentimes welcome this prosecution then they fully DESERVE to be prosecuted and treated like shit!

miseshayekrothbard
miseshayekrothbard
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

Legally no, but flying over may be enough. Legally the international terminal is international territory, however local police have some jurisdiction over it for convenience.

honeycomb
honeycomb
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

As an (ex)International Airline & Corporate Pilot .. they should’ve caught this before boarding or departure at the latest.

But .. as for the where does England start & end .. 12 nm’s around the shorline usually.

So .. you aren’t allowed to enter their airspace even. Technically speaking. That would mean .. .. possibly .. even an over-flight starting and ending in countries other than England.

And I have never heard of that kind of ban.

Just imagine if you had diverted during such a flight due to an emergency?

You’d be in the sure-enough pokey .. ouch brother.

Julian C
Julian C
2 years ago
Reply to  honeycomb

Given the hysterical amount of misandry present in the United Kuckdom, I was rather surprised that Miz May didn’t have the airplane shot down.

TyskKille
TyskKille
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

No, that’s technically wrong, although a pretty common misconception. Also, if you are in an embassy, it does not mean you are in another country all of a sudden.

Krisztián
Krisztián
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

my personal problem with this is theres no one in the manosphere, on the forums etc, that you could ask advice on this beforehand. like a customs officer, lawyer, airport official, or someone who is dealing with international travel problems on a daily basis. theres a lot of babble bullshit still in the manosphere and not enough keeping together. its really a bummer this whole thing could have been avoided with some proper legal information. for me, this is the moral of the story.

Krisztián
Krisztián
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

BTW the officer who showed bang iceland on his smartphone, was he trying to shame you? or he was showing it because he was kind of interested, or intrigued on possible information on banging his fellow countrywomen?

Driver
Driver
2 years ago

You have to remember…this is a country where the police will knock on your door for posting hurtful words online. The same country where the police ignored grooming gangs and actual crime (on the streets) for decades.

The best thing that you can do is take your time and money to vacation in another country. The UK is turning into a cross between the former Soviet Union and a third world dump.

melahi
2 years ago
Reply to  Driver

just like the rest of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Canada… Western civilization is on self destruct.

FormerCanadien
FormerCanadien
2 years ago
Reply to  melahi

… yes, but….white folks wholeheartedly support this self destruction thus they fully deserve it!

Hank Davis
Hank Davis
2 years ago

Hmmm. Well, a blanket ban on people of Roosh’s ethnicity entering the UK would obviously be a great and appropriate thing so I can’t be too indignant at his treatment. The problem is that they just accidentally did the right thing as part of their effort to enforce conformity to leftist thought. And if had been less Westernized, he could say whatever he wanted about women as long as it was within the context of Islam.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  Hank Davis

Yes, a blanket ban on half Armenian / half Iranian men born in the USA would solve all their problems.

https://i.imgur.com/xq5Ch5l.gif

Hay Uhi
Hay Uhi
2 years ago
Reply to  Roosh

They are too cowardly to deal with violent religious extremists and would rather bully random normal people of Middle Eastern appearance who appear safe, even people they know are not Muslim.

Matt
Matt
2 years ago

It’s no wonder the UK is circling the drain. What a waste of resources and a pathetic example of misplaced law enforcement priorities.

Props to you Roosh for taking that ordeal in stride. Had to have been a frightening experience. Don’t let this harassment faze you. You’re doing the lord’s work and men around the world respect you greatly for it.

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Matt

Cool brand new sockpuppet, bruh. Pulling a Matt Forney, eh, Roosh?

BTW, what is “harassing” about stopping a crime from happening? He was prohibited by law from trying to do what he tried to do. Harassment is more like doxing someone who wasn’t breaking any laws and setting your readers upon them.

Matt
Matt
2 years ago

Look at this bleeding heart keyboard knight. 12k+ comments and counting! Lol
Get some fresh air, champ 🙂

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Matt

In five years I created 12K comments; in twenty-four hours you’ve created two.

My output is genuine; your output is false and disingenuous.

Now then, if you have the intelligence to respond to the question set forth instead of avoiding it like a twembwing widdle thithy, you’ll have three comments, sockpuppet.

Matt
Matt
2 years ago

Ooh testy! So let’s see… 10+ comments each day for five fucking years. Let that sink in. Holy shit I’m dying, mate!

Anyway mate, I would respond to your petulant moaning, but honestly champ, I can’t be bothered to mix it up with a 5 year keyboard veteran like yourself who uses cringy neckbeard language like “my output is genuine”. 😂

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Matt

Yep, I didn’t think you could either.

Thanks for proving me correct!

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

Did you really expect an answer from a keyboard warrior?;) those are aplenty on here, with those brave nicknames and heroic avatars;))
But when Roosh really needed support during his visits to Montreal and Toronto, not one damn “behind the screen hero” dare to show up and stand by Roosh. NOT ONE!
Enough said..

formerCanada
formerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

Sorry, dared to show up;)

Julian C
Julian C
2 years ago
Reply to  Matt

But Matt- think how honored you have been to have dialogue with an actual full time troll!!!!!

Bavieca
Bavieca
2 years ago

BTW, what is “harassing” about stopping a crime from happening? He was prohibited by law from trying to do what he tried to do.

A law which is being selectively enforced is an unjust law, lex iniusta non est lex.

And why is it being selectively enforced? http://www.returnofkings.com/142757/theresa-may-officially-bans-roosh-from-the-uk-while-terrorist-sympathizers-are-let-in

Jim King
Jim King
2 years ago
Reply to  Bavieca

Actually you are confused. He at best is committing a violation. H IS not COMMITTING A CRIME. A crime is a law that is in the law of the land penal code. Banning Roosh isn’t in the penal code I am sure.
Its weird though. UK allows non visa holders( for those needing as visa to enter uk) to do airport transfers if they are heading where they are allowed to go. So the LAW is broken all the time.

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Bavieca

Hey, my husband turned left after the arrow went red (I hope you’re American so you understand the traffic issue), and the police pulled him over but let him go. The “law was selectively enforced”. Lots of drivers get ticketed for it; lots get let go for it. That doesn’t make the law unjust.

The issue is that lil mister Roosh selectively-Muslim-when-it-suits-him Valizadeh got banned, it was because he had blatantly stated a pro-felony (rape) stance. Other countries have prevented him from breaching their borders as well, for the same reason — they *actually* intend to protect their populace from his terroristic threats. If you or I had a website dedicated to the goal of committing premeditated crimes, I dare say that you and I would also find ourselves banned. And we’d be fxcking retarded for trying to break the law we know is in place!

BTW — as far as this “story” goes, there still seems to be an absolute blackout in every singular news source, far and wide. This whole whoa-is-moi-I-got-detained-for-violating-another-law story is looking like just another sad, sorry attempt to fool the lesser-gifted minds into remembering that he’s still alive. FFS, the poor dude even WROTE to this David Futrelle (sp?) white knight in desperate hopes to get the feminazis to remember who Roosh is used to be.

Face it, in addition to writing books poorly, Rooshie also writes fiction poorly too. If not one passenger on any flight can remember this happening to them, are we supposed to believe the airline spritzed them with some awesome Men in Black memory-erase spray?!

Bavieca
Bavieca
2 years ago

Hey, my husband turned left after the arrow went red (I hope you’re American so you understand the traffic issue), and the police pulled him over but let him go.

Was it a male officer who pulled your husband? If yes, male privilege and male camaraderie striked again! Did you chide your husband and tell him to keep his male privilege in check BTW?

The “law was selectively enforced”. Lots of drivers get ticketed for it; lots get let go for it. That doesn’t make the law unjust.

Depends on whom you’d ask. I’d suspect that those drivers who got let go would opine the law is not unjust. As for those who got ticketed? A polar opposite opinion, I’d suspect.

The issue is that lil mister Roosh selectively-Muslim-when-it-suits-him Valizadeh got banned

When did he ever do that? And what precisely did he say to warrant such accusation from you? #dueprocess

it was because he had blatantly stated a pro-felony (rape) stance.

What and where did he exactly state that? Link(s) please. #dueprocess

Other countries have prevented him from breaching their borders as well, for the same reason — they *actually* intend to protect their populace from his terroristic threats.

What terroristic threats? His alleged pro-felony (rape) stance which is still unproven?

If you or I had a website dedicated to the goal of committing premeditated crimes, I dare say that you and I would also find ourselves banned.

Indeed we would, but you are yet to provide any shred of evidence that Roosh’s website dedicated to the goal of committing premeditated crimes. Link(s) please, sorry not sorry for keep asking for link(s) but we don’t wanna have another #metoo circus here hence due process.

And we’d be fxcking retarded for trying to break the law we know is in place!

Ah yes, the holy sanctity of law, no matter how unjust like Nuremberg law and Jim Crow law…….wait……dafook did I just say……err I mean both Nuremberg law and Jim Crow law have the word ‘law’ so they must be just after all!! Wooohooo! Murica!

Any modern-day proud and patriotic Murican worths his/her/it/pers/vis/xyr/hir/zir patriotism oughta be immensely grateful that the founding fathers and the contemporary Murican patriots were fucking retards who intrepidly broke British law and killed British army to boot! And later on, broke the laws of the Cherokee/Apache/Comanche/Shawnee/Navajo/Sioux/Seminole, and genocided them to the brink of extinction fer good measure! YYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHAAWW!!!

Likewise, current believing Christians oughta be immensely thankful that early Christians including Paul were fucking retards who defiantly broke Rome’s law by remaining faithful to JC, instead of worshipping Zeus like any law-abiding citizen would. RRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

BTW — as far as this “story” goes, there still seems to be an absolute blackout in every singular news source, far and wide. This whole whoa-is-moi-I-got-detained-for-violating-another-law story is looking like just another sad, sorry attempt to fool the lesser-gifted minds into remembering that he’s still alive.

But he did fool you into remembering that he’s still alive and fool you into commenting on his website to boot, now did he not? The lesser-gifted minds are not exactly beneath you, apparently.

FFS, the poor dude even WROTE to this David Futrelle (sp?) white knight in desperate hopes to get the feminazis to remember who Roosh is used to be.

He did? Again, link(s) please. #dueprocess

Face it, in addition to writing books poorly, Rooshie also writes fiction poorly too.

His writings are so poor, so much so that for days now you have been lured to drop by and keep commenting on his website?

If not one passenger on any flight can remember this happening to them, are we supposed to believe the airline spritzed them with some awesome Men in Black memory-erase spray?!

I’d much prefer to believe ’twas an evil male warlock of the grand order of creepy white patriarchy who casted his deplorable memory-erasing conjuration upon the passengers. To each his/her/it/pers/vis/xyr/hir/zir own preference though.

melahi
2 years ago

The allegation that Roosh would be “pro-rape” is bull-shit… the article he wrote was satire that showed the logical conclusion of his opponents would be to legalize rape.
I susoect Roosh had assumed most people would be intelligent enough to realize that was not a desirable outcome… but he was evidently wrong with that. 🙄

Jim King
Jim King
2 years ago

Actually we have descretion because its a VIOLATION. crimes and violations are handled differently. That being said we also have quota’s. I assure you the cops doing NO more and NO less then required. I have yrs of experience with that game.lol.

Driver
Driver
2 years ago
Reply to  Bavieca

Yes, indeed. I am for law and order…enforcing our laws. But what is happening in the UK is the government is applying “hate speech” to anyone who disagrees with their political stance.

Tommy Robinson is a political prisoner. They targeted him to lock him up (it was much easier versus going after real threats..Muslim, Muslim preachers…who were preaching about real destruction of the country, the police and the people

Driver
Driver
2 years ago

The problem is how the law is applied and who it’s applied to. The government is, obviously, targeting certain individuals while giving others a pass. If you’re a certain color or you have certain views, then the law is being applied.

If they consider Roosh a threat, then they need to deport quite a load of Muslims in their country.

TyKo Steamboat
TyKo Steamboat
2 years ago

London is a shit-hole. Over-priced, over-rated & supremely unattractive women. It’s one of the few countries with women more unattractive than the USA. Centuries of that tiny island inbreeding & large girls

That’s a wild story. I’m surprised there was no blow-back for the Bang Iceland book. Consider yourself lucky you weren’t detained in England. The English accents alone would have been torture enough

RAlexander
RAlexander
2 years ago

Major props for handling that situation like a boss, I think by the small talk diffused the officer; familiarity and some light humor.

Roosh
2 years ago
Reply to  RAlexander

This isn’t my first rodeo: https://i.imgur.com/CBBA0mW.jpg

Johnnyvee
Johnnyvee
2 years ago

Police in Western countries have yet again (like during WWII) become traitors. I`ve been saying this for some time now. The police is now 100 percent anti-male, Marxist-Feminist, pro big-gov, big-pharma, big-food etc etc. We need to start identifying the police as just the extension of the anti-male State, and treat them accordingly.

I`m not calling for outright violence here, but any form of sabotage off the police you can think of would be worthwhile in my opinion. I would rather die at the hands of a criminal at this point than call for police aid. They are the worst criminals now really. You can`t always hide behind the guise of doing our duty, as they try to do.

MajorStyles
MajorStyles
2 years ago

All this makes sense. Great Britain is a place where Jewish women are now advising the royal family: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5764987/Meghan-Markle-gets-Queens-special-adviser.html

Arthur Vickstrom
Arthur Vickstrom
2 years ago
Reply to  MajorStyles

Great Britain has had a powerful Jewish Lobby for a long time. Arnold Leese (a British Nationalist from the early 20th century) compiled a list of the aristocrats who were known to have Jewish ancestry:

https://archive.org/details/OurJewishAristocracy

And in the 1870s Benjamin Disraeli was the PM:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benjamin_Disraeli

Even Australia has had two Jewish governor-generals (Isaac Isaacs & Zelman Cowen):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Jews_in_Australia

I say this as an Englishman living in America: the ‘royal family’ is not English or British. They don’t even look like us. Walk around a small English town and look at the faces of the people around you and you will see that they have very different facial features than the royals.

MajorStyles
MajorStyles
2 years ago

All very true. And then of course we have the infamous Rothschild family, along with Britain’s role in the creation of Israel, etc.

Their admiration of Jewish consciousness must necessarily result in the attendant neurosis that comes with the tribe (so well documented that it’s redundant to even repeat). This can be seen in a myriad of ways throughout the country. In this particular case, forcing a plane to land in a different country because it contains a goy that was guilty of a thought crime. It’s almost as if the country is now controlled by a neurotic Jewish mother.

Marius Aetius Lucullus
Marius Aetius Lucullus
2 years ago

Stefan Molyneux & Lauren Southern are coming to my country (New Zealand) to do a show, the islamist extremists here are calling for a ban on them entering the country citing they will mobilize sleeper cells of the Third Reich and KKK members when in reality they just dont want people here listening to what Stefan & Lauren say about islam & the horrors that are happening in Europe. (i dont read/watch either for the record)

i think this is one way the left (globalists) can really hurt you Roosh, they cant seem to do much to you on the internet, but ruining your travel plans and keeping you in one place (where you can be monitored).
you have said it in the past Roosh, when everything is digital & electronic this will be the way the globalists control the plebs, not with machine guns, but cutting their access to electronic devices ie phones, power, bank cards and soon to be cars.

as others have said, good on you Roosh for keeping frame and treating the police as human beings doing a job, even if it was only flexing their muscles for the once Great Britain.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

Roosh, ain’t you a avid traveler? Then you should know that a ban means indeed a ban and it does include a layover too!!

You simply can NOT set your foot on British soil, be it inside or outside the airport, any airport!!! That is the rule! And England WILL indeed got 100 extra miles in order to stop YOU from entering the country.

You can’t beat the system. The system will always reject you and do everything to stop you. And you won’t be able to do change anything. The system has all the resources, mass media, propaganda outlets.

P.S. And change June to July in your text, as well as Stansted airport, not Stansfeld.

PresidentCamacho
PresidentCamacho
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

I agree with you, but $400!

Maybe $400 isn’t a big savings to you, but it was enough for Roosh to hope he could game the system just this once.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

Game the system while trying to save 400$ and end up losing double or triple that amount?

Naaah, definitely not my kind of a game;)

Remember-a ban is a ban is a ban!!

anon1
anon1
2 years ago

shit sorry to hear you had to go through all that dude, absolute insanity

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  anon1

Insanity?? Nope, just reality of the western world.
And MALES are to blame for all this shit happening.
Y’all western males have welcomed, embraced and often even encouraged/promoted political correctness, quota hiring, affirmative action, multiculturalism and feminism!
And those selected few who had guts to stand up and differ from the crowd were shamed and criticized by hordes of white knights.
Those males were shunned from all circles of life and oftentimes had to leave their respective countries and to go elsewhere.

Again, how many so called “men” dared to show up and stand by Roosh during his visits to Montreal and Toronto? NOT ONE damn male ever had guts to do so!
Y’all are sooo damn “behind the screen brave” to have “fighting nick names” and heroic avatars, but you are one big fat ZERO in real life.
Of course there is a handful of exceptions but those real men are very very few and far between.

anon1
anon1
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

I’m not down for self flagellation you can do that somewhere else

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  anon1

too bad that telling the truth means self flagellation for an overwhelming majority of keyboard warriors;))

wh1te_mag1c
wh1te_mag1c
2 years ago

Roosh, I like your old take on things better, when you were less political and focused more on game and travel. But, that said, getting banned from the U.K. for having controversial opinions – that is taking it too far. That should be reserved for people convicted of violent crimes, not for PUA authers/bloggers. For your travel purposes, it’s very inconvenient that you can’t fly through the U.K. anymore, as it’s a major air hub. But it’s just an inconvenience.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  wh1te_mag1c

If you don’t care about politics, then politics will start caring about YOU rather sooner than later!
There are soooo many transit hubs in Europe: Amsterdam, Munich, Frankfurt, Paris, even Warsaw works in some cases.

wh1te_mag1c
wh1te_mag1c
2 years ago
Reply to  FormerCanada

That’s true, they are all hubs, as well, but I think London is among the cheapest and most common. The other really cheap one is Reykavik.

Driver
Driver
2 years ago
Reply to  wh1te_mag1c

He’s not the first one banned for a different political view…or the last. There have been quite a few others (whites, of course) who are on that list of “do not enter” in the UK. They’ve already locked up Tommy Robinson.

Meanwhile, they continue to let in the “religion of peace”. What could go wrong?

Nikolai Vladivostok
2 years ago

We’re all brilliant in retrospect, but maybe you could have used the opportunity to plug ‘Free Speech Isn’t Free’ to the passengers and cops.
Also, did this incident remind anyone else of the monorail episode of The Simpsons? From 0:50.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6qjH9KfYmWY

The War At Home
The War At Home
2 years ago

LMAO! Great find!

Mark
Mark
2 years ago

Helluva story Roosh. It sounded like you were warming up to the idea of moving back to the States — is that no longer the case?

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Reply to  Mark

His mother keeps telling him the basement’s flooded and he can’t move back until the superintendent comes to fix it… she probably hopes he realizes that she’s lying and will just get himself a job so he can finally live on his own.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago

Roosh has been living on his own in Europe for a very looong time.

Driver
Driver
2 years ago

An example of someone who hates the person so much that they are willing to give up their freedom and rights…they just don’t know it yet.

We have plenty of people who hate the President this much as well. They’d rather see the plane crash (with all of us on it) versus it land safely. You don’t have to like the person but when you start to advocate against your own freedom and rights you have to wonder.

And we are the problem?

Johnnyvee
Johnnyvee
2 years ago

Farage keeps talking about a return to active politics to ensure Brexit happens. I really think he`s the only man to finish the job, but even for him it will be difficult. The whole Brexit ordeal is a perfect illustration of the illusion of democracy, and it`s getting worse all the time. The UK is probably the furthest down the line with their increasingly Orwellian measures that ensures the elitist agenda(s).

Maybe the best thing we can do at the moment is to simply stay out of countries that pursue the elitists controlled political line. Don`t spend a dime there, and encourage everyone you know to follow that example. Starve the beast quite simply! Also use every opportunity you have to subvert Governments and policies like we see in the UK currently. (and in other places) Whether it`s just a comment on a website of forum, or maybe a small donation to UKIP, EDL etc. If everybody in the Manosphere adheres to this line if does have a real effect. I will certainly stay out of Britain for the foreseeable future.

John Andre
John Andre
2 years ago

Basically there is no right to free speech in England…

Homine
Homine
2 years ago

You thought criminal.
And how many humans this misogynist has killed? Wømen murder millions each year. That is why they NEED to be protected from you and your words.

David
David
2 years ago

Roosh, i would have expected you to land in London and get locked up with Tommy Robinson. I think you lucked out bro

dmlfjkqdsmfl
dmlfjkqdsmfl
2 years ago

Great and funny story. So getting in trouble here, getting banned there, getting attacked… was it worth it?

dmlfjkqdsmfl
dmlfjkqdsmfl
2 years ago

Great and funny story. So getting in trouble here, getting banned there, getting attacked… was it worth it? As you said, it will always keep following you, but it will follow your family too.

Adam
Adam
2 years ago

You have got to be fucking joking me…Man fuck these liberal cunts..you should become a terroist Roosh …fucking gutless cowards only have the nerve to do such a thing to a white man they wouldn’t dare bother with an ethnic.Poor Bastard Roosh.. I could barely believe this article was true when reading it..Seriously the world must have taken a huge toll on you…I don’t know how you keep going…respect to you.

FormerCanada
FormerCanada
2 years ago
Reply to  Adam

and how about YOU leading by example and showing us all how to become a terrorist since you offer this path to Roosh;)
Have guts to back your words up with real deeds?

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Reply to  Adam

“you should become a terroist [sic] Roosh”

Well, the reason he is banned from the UK is because he advocated for terrorism. (Rape is a form of terrorism.)

“gutless cowards only have the nerve to do such a thing to a white man they wouldn’t dare bother with an ethnic.”

Law enforcement didn’t do this to a white guy though. They did indeed do it to “an ethnic”.

Furthermore, law enforcement was forced to ruin all of those innocent passengers’ day because this ethnic chose to break the law. If you or I had opted to violate international law, do you think they’d ignore it just because it inconvenienced a few hundred strangers?

I hope you’re never called to serve on a jury, bud.

Tumble Weed
Tumble Weed
2 years ago

terrorism
ˈtɛrərɪzəm/Submit
noun
the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims.

Fail to see political aim of rape?

Bavieca
Bavieca
2 years ago
Reply to  Tumble Weed

She’s a woman, and as such, can redefine words whenever it’s convenient and suits her fancy.

Jim King
Jim King
2 years ago
Reply to  Bavieca

As a cop, we never consider RAPE terrorism. UK people are so backwards LOL. I remember being called a rascist because I won’t date Irish women. Apparently that is rascism there.

What international law? Actually I am surprise Roosh hasn’t reported his ban to USA authorities or go to media about it. USA and UK have agreements about who can travel into the country .I am NOT sure what Roosh did would be considered an offense where they can legally ban him based on international agreements.
If he was Russian Putin would ban 12 Americans in retaliation.
He should find a lawyer to take his case. Maybe for free since it would become high profile. I am pretty sure there’s a lawsuit involved here someplace.
Roosh can even say that they are discriminating based on his personal/religious beliefs and sue. Lets NOT forget Roosh did NOT commit a crime in the UK so they can’t justify the ban. If he committed an actual crime on UK soil that could be different.

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Jim King

He threatened terrorism, which IS considered a crime. Every country has the right to decide which criminals, if any, they permit inside its borders. This ban had naught to do with his personal/religious beliefs. At all.

But that’s all moot anyway, as this “story” of his is shaping up to be much more of a fable than an actual event. The poor chap is trying so very badly to get his name picked up in ANY news source, so as to remind people that he’s even still alive. Alas, no sources can confirm anything he’s been telling you all. While trying to verify any veracity of this story whatsoever, I came across a site by a David Futrelle (sp?) claiming that just recently poor ol’ Daryush was so desperate for attention that he emailed the Futrelle guy to let him know his plans, lol. All in the hopes that some feminazis would alert the world that he was still breathing.

wehuntedthemammoth.com/2018/06/25/fading-pua-skeezeball-roosh-v-stages-publicity-stunt-gets-no-publicity-is-sad-online/

Frederic Gilbert
Frederic Gilbert
2 years ago

At least we can check on FlightAware website; they don’t show the first flight back to KEF, but they show that the flight landed in STN 2 hours late. Which gives credit to a back-to-origin flight and passenger disembarkation.
https://flightaware.com/live/flight/WOW826/history/20180708/1215Z/BIKF/EGSS

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Reply to  Bavieca

Shit, female feminists might literally KILL to be as privileged as that!

Bavieca
Bavieca
2 years ago

A male feminist is lower in the feminists pecking order, he’s a male after all, like duh.

But KILL? Hardly, feminists of all genders literally only need to just straightforwardly redefine words whenever it’s convenient and suit their fancy.

Sorry that earlier I mistook you for a male, sorry for assuming your gender. From your other post where you claimed that you have a hubby, and from your overall “sassiness”, now I know that you’re biologically a female. CMIIWA though.

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Tumble Weed

“Fail to see political aim of rape?”

Well, women don’t fail to see it. I feel somewhat bad for you.

Tumble Weed
Tumble Weed
2 years ago

Why would feel sad for someone is trying to enlighten themselves on your point of veiw so, when you say he threatened “terrorism” you mean “rape” which leaves us with how rape relates to political gain?

𝓒𝓪𝓻𝓻𝓲𝓮 ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ🇺🇸🇺🇾
Reply to  Tumble Weed

Political gain is only a small portion of terrorism. It is a canard. People who blow up abortion clinics don’t gain politically; people who shoot up schools rarely even care about politics, let alone intend to live through their killing sprees.

If you think political gain can come from raping women (in non-third world countries), then you should remove yourself from society sooner rather than later.

Tumble Weed
Tumble Weed
2 years ago

I have to disagree, terrorism is all about politics as defined in my first post and yes in some third world countries it is used as an act of terrorisim.
“If you think political gain can come from raping women (in non-third world countries)”
No “I fail to see political aim of rape?” Is my question, especially in a non-third world country. So now that you’ve said that rape for political gain would be impossible in a non-third world country, you can also see that rape is not terrorism.
Look forward to your next cheery message!!

Driver
Driver
2 years ago

Next up on the list: looking at a woman is terrorism.

1984 here we come.

Scott Jenner
Scott Jenner
2 years ago

Yikes, the UK has gone full 1984 fascist and look at what they are doing to Tommy Robinson for exposing Muslim grooming gangs.

Scott Jenner
Scott Jenner
2 years ago

Hey Roosh, sorry to hear about your ordeal! Great story you need to write a book about this it would be a best seller.