How much time do men spend pursuing casual sex with no hope of deeper intimacy? How many months or years do they waste in countries without building meaningful roots? How much effort do they exhaust with self-help, working out in gyms, or chasing material toys that make only skin-deep differences in their lives? I’ve met too many men who are diverting most of their intellect, time, and energy into gaining leftover scraps of happiness from life instead of building up their communities or nurturing a deeper love with one woman because of how toxic and dangerous both women and our communities have become.

I began pursuing women for mostly sexual reasons in 2001. I must’ve logged tens of thousands of hours into the task. I’ve been also traveling or living abroad near continuously since 2007. I’ve spent a lot of time trying to fornicate, fornicating, traveling to more effectively fornicate, and writing over a million words about fornication. What did I learn from all that? It’s an experience that gets more dull with repetition, like any other experience. However, it also leaves you with a massive hangover where you find yourself at a loss. What was the point of all that? Is there anything I’ve truly gained? What lasting glory have I achieved? If I wasn’t a writer, I would have nothing to “show” for my efforts besides memories that are as likely to make me cringe as give me happiness.

If society were healthy, and if women were more traditional, most of my time would have been spent writing different kinds of books, maybe concerning religion or history. I would have a family, and spend much of my time nurturing the love between them without degenerate interference from the government or cultural elites. I would look at my neighbor as an ally in keeping our community strong and safe for our children. We’d block out the effects of any cosmopolitan transplants who move in and try to change that. While there is nothing in life that is solid, my family and community would give me a stronger feeling of continuity. Tomorrow, things that are likely to be here would still be there, compared to the easy-come-easy-go modern lifestyle where putting your penis inside a girl is not even close to a guarantee you’ll see her again, and where any job you have, or apartment you live in, is as transitory as the next bus that rolls down the street.

All of this wasted time is by design. The oligarchs in power don’t want us to become leaders of households and communities. They don’t want men to create loving bonds with women and vice versa (and if you manage to do so in such an inverted climate, permissive divorce laws will reduce the chances it lasts). They don’t even want men to be self-sufficient. Instead, they want you to form weak bonds with other people and focus entirely on your belly and genitals, all while being a cog in the machine that gorges on GMO food, lusts after tattoed women, and consumes entertainment in a lonely urban box. The more atomized you are, and the weaker your relationships, the more dependent you are on the system—on the corporations and government to provide you with a cheap but damaging simulation of love and meaning that used to be real.

I can’t help but notice that they started banning my books after I began telling men how to create genuine connections from a position of masculine strength. It’s okay to teach men how to have casual sex with sluts, like I did in Bang, which is still available for sale on Amazon by the way, but to create families from a patriarchal foundation? That’s too much! Consider that you’re hard-pressed to find reviews of Neil Strauss’ bestselling book The Game that explains how it helped a man find a wife and have a big family, and that it was released by a big New York City publishing house, and that it’s still available for sale while my book Game is banned. As long as you can keep men in a state of hedonism and casual relationships, you’ll be tolerated by the system, if not outright promoted.

I can’t control the era I was born in, or what the agenda of the elites happens to be during that time, but I can control how I react to the information I perceive and the experiences I have. As I approach 40 years of age, I see most of my hedonistic and travel pursuits as expensive life lessons than a source of meaning. My nature, and I believe the nature of most masculine men I meet, is one of creation, strength, and provision for family, things we’re increasingly not allowed to do, or allowed to do only at impossible cost. I may not be able to change the world and revert back to a healthier time, but I surely don’t have to waste any more time doing exactly what they want me to do.

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ratz-azz
1 year ago

Georgia Guidestones says 500 million people max on planet earth. Take a look around.. they are serious..

ace
ace
1 year ago
Reply to  ratz-azz

The word you’re looking for is neo-Malthusianism.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malthusianism

Big Texas Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  ace

They’re called malthusian soft check vs war, famine and hard checks. Don Juan Matus would call it the supreme bliss of the black magician.

~Big Texas Mike
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVtGya2cZmg

John Nash
John Nash
1 year ago

Well said, but there must be a culture and society to go that is much healthier than the US and other places, a community that is less obsessed with technology that the women here in NYC that might as well have their cellphone surgically implanted in their brain.

Bobby
Bobby
1 year ago
Reply to  John Nash

I hear what you’re saying, but even societies that are civilized are already ‘connected’ via internet and all the cancer that entails: social media, smartphones, etc.

Only really remote and primitive societies – areas where people literally exist in cavemen-like living conditions, sticking berries up their noses, will you be free of the world wide stranglehold. But the novelty of living in that kind of environment will wear off very quickly for the vast majority of modern men, despite how ugly things have become today. The only anecdote I can recommend is Roosh’s podcast on Stoicism.

Samuel
Samuel
1 year ago

Fuck, I’m 25 and I am finding the same epiphanies as Roosh at this age.
You are onto something, God only knows what, but as I read your posts I get the feeling like all this is leading to something, like a path we humans have been on before on some instinctual level. I look eagerly towards your posts.
God Bless.

No Ol
No Ol
1 year ago
Reply to  Samuel

Read the Book of Ecclesiastes in the Old Testament. It was said to have been writing by King Solomon, one of the riches and wisest men to have ever lived. This book explains what you are feeling and why.

Samuel
Samuel
1 year ago
Reply to  No Ol

I will look that up, cheers.

mossyhammer
mossyhammer
1 year ago
Reply to  No Ol

Ecclesiastes immediately came to mind. Even if you are not a Believer the wisdom there is valuable… The Vanity of Self-Indulgence:
2 I said in my heart, “Come now, I will test you with pleasure; enjoy yourself.” But behold, this also was vanity.[a] 2 I said of laughter, “It is mad,” and of pleasure, “What use is it?” 3 I searched with my heart how to cheer my body with wine—my heart still guiding me with wisdom—and how to lay hold on folly, till I might see what was good for the children of man to do under heaven during the few days of their life. 4 I made great works. I built houses and planted vineyards for myself. 5 I made myself gardens and parks, and planted in them all kinds of fruit trees. 6 I made myself pools from which to water the forest of growing trees. 7 I bought male and female slaves, and had slaves who were born in my house. I had also great possessions of herds and flocks, more than any who had been before me in Jerusalem. 8 I also gathered for myself silver and gold and the treasure of kings and provinces. I got singers, both men and women, and many concubines,[b] the delight of the sons of man.

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  mossyhammer

The closing statements at the end of Ecclesiastes is the culmination of the self-reflection Solomon had. Essentially, “What do you get a man who has everything?”
What Jesus reiterated on the Sermon on the Mount dove tails nicely into Solomon’s epiphany: “Happy is the one conscious of their spiritual need.”
That “spiritual need” is the void within all of humankind that most of the population tends to fill with sex, hedonism, money, power, prestige, family, legacy, etc. Only to find that it is “all vanity” at the end.

I think about how this relates to so many of the celebrity suicides within the last few years. People who seemingly had everything.

Xxxx c
Xxxx c
1 year ago
Reply to  bjtucker5

What do you give a man who has/had everything ? Justice

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  No Ol

Agreed👏

“The greatest futility!” … “Everything is futile.”
…The conclusion of the matter, everything having been heard, is: Fear the true God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole obligation of man.”

I’m feeling this with every passing day as my mortality creeps in, slowly but surely.

Big Texas Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  Samuel

Infowars.com is the next step to waking up and not going back down.

Cheers!

~Big Texas Mike
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVtGya2cZmg

Henok
1 year ago

Rooosh I’ve been reading your posts and this post of you sounds like your interview with the serbia TV you made.
I live in Ethiopia and the west has declare a cultural war on us. Though I couldn’t get your books I still try to fill the gap created by the west as you put it.
Please do not stop what you give us it is so helpful for people like us.
Hope you’ll one day come to Ethiopia.

VALIS
VALIS
1 year ago

We need to explore ways to create strong communities and healthy cultures. I hear talk that this needs to be done but we really don’t know what it looks like on the ground level. How does such a thing get started? How do you block the hedonistic proclivities of modernity from infecting said community?

Barbatos
Barbatos
1 year ago
Reply to  VALIS

You build it. Make the men around you stronger, wider using littlentodbits of the pill.

Dont be a preacher but drop wisdom from time to time.

If you cant find what your looking for readily, create it.

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  VALIS

Idk, man. I’ve been going to a few JW services, all over the country, from time to time over the years. What I observe is a multi-ethnic, multi-generational congregation that comes off as genuinely loving and caring. Then I check their website and find out there all over the globe.

They’ve always been so vilified through pop culture and people in general so I had to check it out for myself.
I’m cynical as hell, but I’m observing exactly what you’re talking about in their congregations. Never ever observed that level in churches and I’ve never felt truly welcomed in mosques.
Heck, I might even join if I wasn’t such a ussy-hound.

HelpfulGuy
HelpfulGuy
1 year ago
Reply to  bjtucker5

JW? If by JW you mean Jehovahs Witnesses, I’d strongly urge you to run the other way. This coming from someone who grew up (18 years) in that religion. “Cult” would most definitely be a more appropriate word. They do indeed do their best to cut you off from anyone not the same religion. If that’s not an enormous red flag, I don’t know what is. On the surface, they seem great, and loving, and caring. Dive deeper though and you’ll learn the ugly truths. They’re just better at hiding the drama.

LoneRanger
LoneRanger
1 year ago
Reply to  VALIS

Go Amish, if that’s your jam. (But most of us wouldn’t really want to.)

Guile
Guile
1 year ago

At this point I’d bet the majority of your audience wastes most of their time on youtube or internet forums, and listening to guys like you shake their fist at the sky, which is very entertaining.

I’m sure you’ve thought of this, but how do you know you’d be any happier or fulfilled living a trad life? If you really wanted it, I’m sure you would have gone after it. Reminds me of that monologue from collateral with tom cruise “… it didn’t happen, and it never will, because you were never going to do it anyway.” I spent a long time trying to convince myself I wanted things like a trad life, community, status, a particular career, certain material things, or even skills like martial arts or to be a stalwart leader, but the truth is I never did. Then after finding the manosphere I went through a period of thinking I had been duped, robbed of something rightfully mine. I had found a scapegoat, but it was a lie, as least for me.

I like being a rootless loner. I like being able to walk around the city anonymously and never see the same people twice, or to go to the country and not talk to anyone for weeks. I don’t care what my neighbors are up to. I’m glad to now have a tiny social circle and few responsibilities. I don’t want to be a leader of anyone but myself. A woman’s love is fleeting and has no lasting value. Was I programmed, or just born at the right time and place? How many guys are lurking on the net stressing over chasing other mens dreams and not coming to terms with themselves. I think in the end we get what we want, even if we’re not honest with ourselves about what that is.

Looking forward to your future writings on theology. Peace

Max Edge
Max Edge
1 year ago
Reply to  Guile

You look at things on an individualistic level, along with the implied narcissism that you are bound by nothing and free to do whatever you want. But Roosh just wrote an article about the engineered constraints that prevent men from pursuing functional goals. Just because dysfunction is made easy for you doesn’t mean its opposite is just as easy to attain. That is the fallacy of composition many normies like to make to gaslight nonconformists. Hedonism is a dead end. Individualism is pure futility. It took us almost our entire adulthood to figure these simple things out. There is a definite conspiracy from above to prevent men from realizing these truths. When you got that going against you, then it’s a little more complicated then personal shortcomings holding you back.

kangrinpoche
kangrinpoche
1 year ago
Reply to  Max Edge

couldn’t have put it any better champ.

david
david
1 year ago
Reply to  Max Edge

Hedonism is the final stage of society. It happened in rome, babylon, persia, ancient china, greece, egypt, even the mayan cities. Hedonism is also the natural, instinctual desire for instant gratification, reveled in by those with low IQ , similar to our primate ancestors. Our distain and dissolusion for it is a sign of higher intellect unfulfilled.

Anti-Gnostic
Anti-Gnostic
1 year ago
Reply to  david

So are Roosh’s Bang books reflective of this “final stage of society”? Are you a willing participant?

ace
ace
1 year ago
Reply to  Anti-Gnostic

PUA is a natural consequence of a society that has unregulated (i.e. free) sex – which Feminism caused. Loose morals are definitely a sign of a society in decline. PUA is tap dancing for pussy. All the time, money and energy wasted on this could have been used to actually advance society.

Anti-Gnostic
Anti-Gnostic
1 year ago
Reply to  ace

No, Ace. PUA is a concocted system that men try to justify to bang as many women without committing to ensuring the vitality of a society. They blame outside forces rather than their own personal weaknesses. You do realize that your own “loose morals” contributes to that decline, right?

You’re really not fooling anyone, clown.

ace
ace
1 year ago
Reply to  Anti-Gnostic

That’s illogical because women are the gatekeepers….in a modern progressive society. Sex (with the exception of rape) will only occur when she gives the green light. PUA is indeed a concocted system. But why was there a need to concoct it in the first place? A concocted system that can only work in een society that has deregulated sex. You can do all the PUA you want in say….Afghanistan, it simply won’t work there. If what you say is true than we would have seen PUA in all kinds of countries….this is not the case. PUA-culture is pretty much a western phenomenon – specifically an American one. People in other countries started to adopt it because their own countries became more Americanized/westernized and internet made materials highly available – for free.

Guile
Guile
1 year ago
Reply to  Max Edge

I agree with almost everything you and Roosh have said. Of course hedonism is a dead end. I’m not trying to gaslight anyone, there’s just more than embracing either degeneracy or the family life. There are no greener pastures, only what lays before us. Is it our duty to do exactly the opposite of what these oligarchs want us to do just out of spite? Do they even really have any power at all? Is the flow of history of any real consequence or under the control of any worldly force?

But maybe 15 years of porn use has warped my mind. I have grappled with the idea that I’m just a weak deluded fool rationalizing his disengagement with the world, hijacking spiritual narratives to make the course of my life more palatable. I really don’t know. But I’ve learned I can’t force things.. only try to live rightly and accept whatever comes. Whether that’s a family life, or the life of a wannabe monk, so be it.

I didn’t intend my post to come off as cosmopolitan countersignaling.

Yo Roosh got any more of those mushrooms?

Foley
Foley
1 year ago
Reply to  Guile

Do you have a blog? This is an interesting perspective.

LoneRanger
LoneRanger
1 year ago
Reply to  Guile

We were born at the right time and place. We can work to support only ourselves, travel, and play the field without consequences for as long as we like. If we decide we want a family, all kidding aside we can probably find and “settle for” a good-enough (and still fertile) woman who is willing to “settle for” us. (Which is pretty much what most men have always done; but now we can choose when—and whether—to do it.) We can be the sole breadwinner for a family (if we make enough money)—or not. We can risk “divorce rape”, or we can “just say no” to the gold digger type who won’t work. We can even “pay to play”, more or less legally.

Wouldn’t want my great-grandpappy’s life for all the tea in China. (And how many of us truly would?)

splooge
splooge
1 year ago

noticing how roosh and other pua bloggers are going back to the old values I recall when stumbled on to this blog back in 2012….7 years and its a full cirlce almost.
really game should be a filter to find a not to global jaunt otherwise you may as well pay for play since thats exactly what youre doing when drop for your plane ticket.
forget the us vs them. like left vs right west vs east etc, just build bonds with those in your community since good pople are hard to find

splooge
splooge
1 year ago

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT3qEE9R3h0
@3 min mark she explains that Islam is ahead of the pua kino of slow build up to seduce

Martín
1 year ago

Man, it seems you’re getting sour and sour lately. Nothing but complaining, and with no good arguments. I’m a fan of your writing, but there’s no value in what you’re writing this last times. Instead of choosing to enjoy the world, you choose to see it only through it’s darkest sides (and choosing to see some dark parts that, honestly, I don’t even see even if I try). Just my two cents.

Neo
Neo
1 year ago
Reply to  Martín

and choosing to see some dark parts that, honestly, I don’t even see even if I try

I really, really don’t see anyone could not see the dark parts. Either you’re completely oblivious, live in a non-cucked country, or are part of the problem.

Braisedsteel
Braisedsteel
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

And good men will stand with you.

Alex437
Alex437
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

Does Quintus C. still support your work and are you guys ever going to do podcasts again?

MatchSticks&Gasoline
MatchSticks&Gasoline
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

And those who hated you will now love you.

Charles
Charles
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

Absolut not, every guy deep down think like you

Anti-Gnostic
Anti-Gnostic
1 year ago
Reply to  Charles

No, that’s not even remotely accurate.

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  Roosh

Roosh,
They expect you to stay static.
Somewhere in the neighborhood of “HEY! I remember how you were like in high school!”

Lysander
Lysander
1 year ago
Reply to  Martín

“When you stare long enough into the abyss, the abyss will stare back into you” or something along those cliched lines.

Our worldview and perception of reality is shaped entirely by our experiences and the information we consume. Roosh is overdosing on toxic news and tweets and it shows in his writing. He knows damn well he needs a detox. I think that’s why he’s trying to get himself banned from social media by speaking even more candidly about Jews in recent weeks.

Roosh when you go on your nationwide tour just take a complete break from news and social media.

Fight Club asked the question “how much can you know about yourself if ou’ve never been in a fight?”. But in the meantime we’ve literally become the Borg Collective. So for this generation there’s an additional very important question. “How much can you know about yourself if you’ve never been disconnected?”

Life without the internet is one of the most beautiful, natural and enlightening things to experience.

mynameismark
mynameismark
1 year ago
Reply to  Lysander

as someone who doesn’t leave their house often at the moment (business reasons), you said exactly what I was thinking. Roosh is overdosing on toxic news.

happiness is a choice, it’s all a matter of perspective. You can know all these harsh truths and still lead a happy, fulfilled life. It all starts within, this is what spiritual teachers always talk about. They are onto something

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  Martín

“You know, I know this steak doesn’t exist. I know that when I put it in my mouth, the Matrix is telling my brain that it is juicy and delicious. After nine years, you know what I realize?

Ignorance is bliss.”

👏…👏…👏…

charistee365
charistee365
1 year ago

Banging that many woman and pursuing pussy really damages men just like it damages woman who sleep with man after man. It ruins your chance of a successful marriage and relationship. I dunno why people don’t look at the statistics more often but if you and your spouse are each others first you only have a 3% chance of divorce! How amazing is that!

If any of you have children maybe raise them to stay pure until marriage and to find someone who also did the same cause they will have a bond and connection that everyone else will be jealous of. And slowly but surely this world will become a better place.

Kitty Tantrum
1 year ago
Reply to  charistee365

Historical statistics may not be entirely relevant to our children. This is something all of us who are or hope to be parents ought to be keenly aware of.

There really isn’t anything actually magical about marrying the first person you have sex with. I know from personal experience. ExH and I were each other’s firsts, and our marriage went down in a flaming ball of degenerate filth because he was an average guy who was easily influenced by his environment and the temptations paraded in front of him – and I followed him down into some kind of nightmare because he was my husband and I loved him.

Everything that grows is a product of its environment. Marriage is no different. Our environment has changed – has BEEN changed – since those statistics were collected. We don’t have a culture that supports marital fidelity or success, or the most basic curtailing of sexual liberties for the purpose of general social wellness, in any way or on any level. Swinging, open marriage, polyamory, adultery – these and all manner of sexual indecency are being peddled wholesale to young married couples just as much as they are to single people, if not moreso. The pockets of religious culture that provided the virgin marriages of yesteryear (and the ongoing familial/community/cultural support for those marriages) are dying.

I see no reason why any marriage would be more likely to work out JUST because both parties had no prior sexual experience. That’s so romantic, but I don’t buy it. I think that in a modern landscape where religion and strict cultural traditions have been replaced with romanticism and idealism – and, for that matter, where sex has been replaced increasingly by porn and masturbation – those numbers are less likely to bear out. I’ve known enough high-school-sweetheart type couples who have ended up in similar situations to myself and my ex, that physical virginity is not something I want to teach my children to hang their hopes on.

I intend to teach my boys to be very cautious sexually – and in all their dealings with women, frankly. I also aim to teach them to be good judges of character, and to have a good measure of self-discipline. Not least of all, I intend to teach them the importance of cultivating the proper environment for marriage to thrive, especially from within a culture that seeks to choke it out.

I will probably spell out to them that from MY perspective, the pursuit of sexual fulfillment as its own goal is as much a waste of time (=money/resources) as recreational drugs – and about as addictive – and potentially far more destructive, in so many different ways.

I will probably suggest to them that, if all other factors in the equation could be equal, then yes, of course it would be better to be “firsts” with your spouse – it’s adorable. Likewise a virgin girl is better than a non-virgin girl; provided she is exactly the same girl in every other way – which is to stress the point that all other factors are never equal, and making wise decisions outside of hypothetical scenarios is never that easy.

Will I teach them that they’re guaranteed to have some kind of specialer bond than all those lowly non-double-virgin couples if they save themselves for marriage to a virgin girl? Big fat nope.

If I had to choose just one thing to really harp on, I think I would teach them to avoid pornography rather than girls.

AutomaticSlim
AutomaticSlim
1 year ago
Reply to  Kitty Tantrum

Not sure why you got so many down votes.

Ebberman
Ebberman
1 year ago
Reply to  AutomaticSlim

Probably because guys resent her being on “their site”.

bjtucker5
bjtucker5
1 year ago
Reply to  Kitty Tantrum

I’ve been observing your comments for the past few months. You have a lot to say and a lot of insight/experience. Do you have a blog?

AutomaticSlim
AutomaticSlim
1 year ago
Reply to  charistee365

“It ruins your chance of a successful marriage and relationship”

So does being born looking like the elephant man…

Roosh makes sense here, but the traditional family life is not available to everyone. Who wants to settle down with a 3 or 4??? Not me. I’ll be sticking with escorts & booze.

HIHO
HIHO
1 year ago
Reply to  charistee365

Roosh you waited to long and time goes on so you can’t erase your past.
Like many women who wait too long it loses the spark after so many flings.
I guess you can find someone and pretend for the next 30 years or so.
such is life………and then you die.

Jay
Jay
1 year ago

Yep. At least be a useful beta slave for the system, and/or play approved (by ladies) game at best.
But never dare to be a patriarch and make the tribe/society about family. Nothing personal, just business.

David
David
1 year ago

Well i think, close to 40 and after banging hundreds of women from the different parts of the world, it is very easy to speak about finding God and that your previeous easy lifestyle didn’t remeed you and didnt make you happy…
Okay, I see, and of course I know that nothing in the world can make people perfectly happy and satisfied… Clear, I do not expect that, I know that hedonism is a dead end. No problem. And it is naturally that you alredy can’t find any challenge and excitement and gladness and pleasure and goals in looking for new girls. It’s obvious, you have achieved in this field of life everything what a man could imagine and dream for himself. If you do it for other decades, it would be the strange not the current situation. It is totally clear that this lifestyle cannot sustanaible for a whole life, and sooner or later people burn out and look for other goals in life.
But not everyone is so successful with women like you. People who cannot experience the real success among women, how the fuck should focus on looking for God and living traditional life ?? Everybody knows that finding a girl who is appropriate for traditional life (for example not jumping from one cock to other, but 3 children in his twenties ) is practically impossible even for a natural alpha, so what should say an avarage guy? I can accept that a trad life and a loving wife would be the ideal, but it is not managable without a large dose of luck. Devoting your young ages to look for a good girl and look for God without any real success among women is madness. You should pursue casual sex to improve your game just should keep your eyes open to notice if a possible good girl is on your way.

Sometimes it seems you would change your past if you can do. I think in this road every men should go through and without these experience cannot find the truth. These years were not wasting time. Nobody can save the work just find the instant truth. If I misunderstand, then I am sorry, and thank you for your all efforts.

RichAndMeaningful
RichAndMeaningful
1 year ago

An alternative perspective from a 25 year old man Buddhist enthusiast.

I don’t feel it is necessary to raise a family.

I feel connected to all humans, all communities, everyone. The idea that my neighbors deserve me love simply by virtue of being close to me does not strike a chord with me.

We are all humans, we are all created by God, The Higher Power, whatever you want to call it. If you are not spiritual, this post and the ideas contained therein won’t make sense to you.

My highest calling, I believe, is to contribute to medical and aerospace research. The only way we people can transcend our everyday, material needs, is to realize that we are just one of many forms of being and consciousness in this universe.

Let’s go find some fucking aliens. After we do that, it will become very clear who exactly is my companion skin color, religion, nationalities, etc.are all barriers that we create to comprehend an intricately interconnected world. Discovering alien life will reinforce this message 1000x

TL;DR We all bleed red, all pussy is pink. Aliens are the only way people will realize this. YOLO.

MCG00
MCG00
1 year ago

Our genetic programme is to survive as a species and continue our lineage. Individuals becoming atomized is a result of the cacophonic disorienting NOISE being bombarded onto our stimuli by extraneous bodies. Elites have no hard power over us inasmuch as they are more like a terrorist who dumps toxins into the drinking water of the community or a killer doctor who injects paralyzing drugs into the IV tubes of the intended victim.

The disorienting noise that can shatter our structure as a species over time is everpresent but our survival code to procreate and preserve is hard wired in our DNA at the atomic level. Our DNA wins hands down once the mind focuses introspectively. Go to a quiet place with no outside stimuli, no light, no sound and remain . . . Eventually, you will focus inward and you will ‘see’ yourself. Your third eye then opens and you become aware of yourself, what you are comprised of and you see your ‘equipment’ at hand. That is ‘you’ you’re looking at. THEN you know and are ready to enter the world at large with it’s barrage of stimuli and you can assess with your third eye a higher command of not only your surroundings, but a command of yourself. Then you can control your surroundings and your world once you have a captain’s seat. With your third eye wide open, YOU are not only a vessel on course but you’re also a force that is aware. You possess and are in touch with the force of the species itself.

And what next?? So you want a breeder woman to continue the seedline? Nooo problemo. When you’re in control with your third eye open and you have control of your surroundings crushed like a level one workout, then finding a good woman is like picking a nice flower from a field covered in blossom. Why pick a damaged flower with bug poop on it? Only a blind fool does that. We’re talking about clarity and control here.

A young, sweet fertile and nubile woman. That welcoming fragrant pink mound of hers, her DNA pounding a marching band with your DNA chiming in with the percussion. Ploughing into your virgin breeder woman for the first time is as clear and defined as every successive pounding you deal her in all your coming livelong years. With the introspective voice of your DNA recognized over the external noise, what you see now with your third eye is the course you hold and see to fruition, to the finish.

What then? The man still has lifelong fertility with infinite sperm whereas the human female becomes infertile at half life with only a handful of eggs. She becomes a dry hen. It only makes mathematical sense therefore that the pot be ripened a bit ya? The DNA drums still beat for the man and he picks another flower. More flowers and more screaming jamboree for the DNA band.

AutomaticSlim
AutomaticSlim
1 year ago
Reply to  MCG00

You, my friend, are a master of words.

JPSC
JPSC
1 year ago

I’m with you, Roosh, but working out in gyms is not wasted time. Your physical body is a necessary part of life, and being strong and healthy is important. I’ve never wasted an hour in the gym. I’ve invested plenty of hours in the gym, and continue to do so, and those hours are the best investments I’ve ever made.

Montana Mama
1 year ago

Well said.

daniel g
daniel g
1 year ago

Why don’t you settle down then? Oh, right, you’re enjoying the freedom that you criticize, too much.

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Pichme
1 year ago

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vvv
vvv
1 year ago

Read Siddhartha.

You’re not a victim of the era you were born in.

It’s always been just like it is now.

Mike
Mike
1 year ago
Reply to  vvv

All of Hesse’s titles are necessary. I’m with you.

Meera Al Batayneh
Meera Al Batayneh
1 year ago

Yay, Roosh!! I knew you would wise up, so sad it had to be at 40, but I always knew you were a unique and intelligent man – which is why I always checked in. I still say that you should go to the Middle East and marry traditionally there. Hopefully, you could find a woman that is okay with you living abroad, but now that is rare nowadays as most women know that the west/europe is garbage and don’t trust easily.

Michael
1 year ago

Better late than never. I’m happy for him too.

MatchSticks&Gasoline
MatchSticks&Gasoline
1 year ago

It’s ok, we men get given a lot of time to fuck up. Coz we’re far more complicated than women and it takes us far longer to assimilate all our options and responsibilities into a stable identity upon which others can depend. It doesn’t help that jews are out to sabotage us every step of the way with their MSM psychops intended to stall and destroy us. Anyway, all it takes for a woman to mature is a bra and basic social skills.

Meera Al Batayneh
Meera Al Batayneh
1 year ago

It’s because of our biology that women are forced to grow up quick, we don’t have unlimited time and even the “unlimited time” that men have is a trick. In reality, that’s years of your life wasted that you could have raised a family in – that time has now been taken away from the man and humans don’t live very long already. People in Canada (I only have 1 more year left until I move to Jordan where I will get married) think it’s strange when I say that I want my first child by 25. So, even here, women waste a lot of time.

Larry Hoover
Larry Hoover
1 year ago

I have also lived a hedonistic period of my life. Much shorter than yours and I came to the same conclusion.

Once you are able to control your sex drive (like a man should) you will see that life is much more.

Natural humans never had these type of sex drives where they cannot sit still because they want to have sex so much. It is abnormal and it is conditioning.

Yes my drive is high but it is not on the forefront 24/7. The conditioning is to make men horny with sexual imagery everywhere you go. It is sad because this conditioning makes you dumb and not a pleasant person to be around.

I don’t see the world as dark as I used to when I first found out. I see reality and accept it instead of waiting for a miracle I create my own life in this world. I help the people I can help. That is purpose.

Fear is used by the power at be. They own all the narratives. Right, left, conspiracy, etc. It is part of the system they created. You were most likely never really free.

Sometimes they use democratic agenda to get more power. Other times they use the republican agenda to get more power. Then they push feminism a bit more. Then they use homosexuals for more power. Etc. It is about power and they all created these instruments. Or at least OWN them now.

But thanks to the Internet people started sharing notes and seeing what was happening is not good. Be happy that you live to see the truth. Instead of dying without ever knowing there was a world outside this world.

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

Roosh made the choice to spend his youth moving around the world to look for more and more sex and that is a fact.

The majority of men in his age group (Yes, even in America) are married and have kids, because they chose that instead of the kind of lifestyle Roosh chose.

Roosh should do what he keeps telling women to do and accept that his unusual lifestyle was a result of his choices, not some societal discrimination against men.

MatchSticks&Gasoline
MatchSticks&Gasoline
1 year ago
Reply to  Truth

You know those last two points are not mutually exclusive.

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

So how is Roosh deciding to spend his life as a sex tourist a result of discrimination?

If anything it shows he lead a fairly privileged life that he could afford to do all that in the first place, the vast majority of 20 something men (or women for that matter) can’t afford to drop everything and go around the world looking for sex.

Both men and women who deliberately chose this type of unconvenational lifestyle should stop playing the victim, they knew what they were getting into, they were probably discouraged by several people close to them and yet they still chose to live that way.

MatchSticks&Gasoline
MatchSticks&Gasoline
1 year ago
Reply to  Truth

Well, feminism is all about discrimination against men. Ever heard of the 80/20 rule, or the incel phenomena? We’re not exactly living in a society of 1950s propriety and monogamy anymore. It’s not unheard of for men to resort to finding women overseas. And when you’ve been raised in a dysfunctional culture that equates masculinity with how much pussy you’ve banged it can be a recipe for disaster. And absolutely no one is discouraging this. It took Roosh a long time to realize this. And I don’t blame him. As a man you receive absolutely shit guidance, if any at all, from your parents. These same parents who can’t even keep a marriage together. Stop acting like the West is normal and healthy; it’s a silly vantage point to try and gaslight someone from. I am glad Roosh is sharing his experiences and wisdom.

Truth
Truth
1 year ago

First of all, Roosh clearly isn’t some basement dwelling ”incel”. He may share some of their views, but having a sexless life with no woman wanting to sleep with him clearly hasn’t been his problem.

And the idea that this sex tourist kind of lifestyle isn’t discouraged is laughable, the vast majority of men do not live like that and never have.

Roosh’s real problem seems to be similar to that of the women who he used to routinely mock, just with the genders reversed: women are willing to sleep with him, but they are never willing to marry him.

And frankly who can blame them? Who would want to marry a man who harshly judges women in their 20s for not being virgins but thinks it’s ok for a married man to cheat as long as he gives his wife and kids money?

And which super traditional virgin girl (because Roosh insists on nothing less) would want to marry a man who spent his youth traveling around having sex with various foreign women, and his career revolves around writing about those exploits? What on earth would a super traditional virgin girl in her early 20s even have in common with him?

Yeah I get that we don’t always get the best guidance, but the “problems” in Roosh’s life don’t seem to come from following bad guidance from parents or just doing what other guys were doing.

He basically lead his life exactly how he wanted, regardless of others opinions (which is definitely not a bad thing for a man to do in itself). So he should stop making it sound like he was forced to lead a life of going around the world fucking beautiful women, because he wanted and enjoyed it and even wrote whole books about it.

But no lifestyle comes without its disadvantages, whether it’s for women or us men- and it’s high time we all realised that.

Anti-Gnostic
Anti-Gnostic
1 year ago
Reply to  Truth

Preach, brother, preach! Cold stone truth!

Guest
Guest
1 year ago

the world is going through a bad phase… but we’ll come out of that… we’ll be alright bro… the future is bright for all mankind, I swear.

cold
cold
1 year ago

This argument feels oversimplified. Any reading of history is filled with men who maintained household with wife and children. Yet had ridiculous amounts of sex with other women till they were old and grey. The key difference is they had accumulated some amount of wealth or power so they didn’t have to expense so much energy chasing sex on the side.

Lemon
Lemon
1 year ago

I married at 32 and had 2 children. I frequently wish I’d married at 25 and had 4 children. Every day I look at my kids and feel joy in my heart. Every single day.

None of the girls I fucked in the 25-32 timeframe were all that interesting. Only when I found the wife of my children did my heart really pump. My body was screaming for a wife and all those years I was ignoring it.

The financial details would have been a challenge however. Without money, marriage is a diseaster.