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Based. Looking forward to this very much

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I appreciate the featured comment!

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Good to hear you again.

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I particularly like your liberal woman voice Roosh! This would all be terribly funny if it was not so tragic

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I like dthe video overall except for implying that the "Taliban" (talibans really) are somehow moral as they are. The answer is no. They sell drugs, deny Christ and rape children. That may not exonerate nato but it sure doesn't exonerate "the Taliban" either.

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I like dthe video overall except for implying that the "Taliban" (talibans really) are somehow moral as they are. The answer is no. They sell drugs, deny Christ and rape children. That may not exonerate nato but it sure doesn't exonerate "the Taliban" either.

I don't think he was saying the Taliban are angels. Far from it. However I do think his point that as bad as they are, they are still much more in line with our faith & morals than much (most) of the western world, is valid (and is both sad & hilarious, in a clown world kind of way). I'm sorry if some people may not like to hear it but that doesn't mean it's wrong. I do not support the Taliban btw, in case that isn't obvious. A lesser of two evils is still evil.

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I don't think he was saying the Taliban are angels. Far from it. However I do think his point that as bad as they are, they are still much more in line with our faith & morals than much (most) of the western world, is valid (and is both sad & hilarious, in a clown world kind of way). I'm sorry if some people may not like to hear it but that doesn't mean it's wrong. I do not support the Taliban btw, in case that isn't obvious. A lesser of two evils is still evil.

I don't agree with everything they do but the seem to have the stern moral code that a peoples must have to resist empire. The movie "The Battle Of Algiers" illustrates this- they start cleaning up the effects of globalhomo in their country- banning alcohol, rejecting western dress- particularly for women. It makes sense how can you fight the enemy if you're immersed in their culture?

I have also seen photos of say, Lebanon before the effects of Zionism came to the area - they societies were much more open Islamic 'extremism' [at least the ones not funded by Israel or the US!] in some ways is a pan-nationalistic reaction to Globalhomo

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Roosh, your comment on vaccine mandates forcing resignations harming small businesses struck a chord with me. I see another subtle attack on small businesses being orchestrated through the big globalhomo think tanks via covid recognition technologies. These dystopian techs are advanced and would cost companies a bit of cash to enforce the infrastructure. How would small businesses adapt?

I see a greater scheme playing out by strangling the workforce. Those who will not take the vaccine are likely to also be the productive core that carries the whole team. I do not have stats and data to back this up, but rather a spiritual intuition based on my experiences. The tech is part of the grand play here. Automation, which they have been hyping for a while without a way of implementation, will be the savior for the oligarchs and normies. This force of hand on industry and small business, along with this anti-work spirit being propagandized upon millennial, zoomers, and even through a subtle degree Gen X as well, is leading humanity to a unique inversion.

And inversion is all we are seeing around us. You can take any decree God placed on humanity in Genesis and see that it is being flipped on its head followed by the serpent's gambit, "did God really say that"? Did God really make woman as a helper of man, to be at his side and the two will fulfill each others lives? Perhaps if woman takes the lead men can withdraw into hedonist lifestyles while woman crumble under the bipartisan attack of having to be feminine and masculine.

Did God really say that you will toil the earth? Perhaps man can create the technology to do the work will the women manage it so men can further withdraw (automation/feminism) The lies and inversions have built the foundation to this globalhomo dynasty. At the other end of Genesis, you have Revelation.

The inversion that is uniting many Christians, notably on this forum, is the inversion of masculinity. 1 Samuel 22 1-2 shows us in the time of King David, David had to hide in the caves of Adullam because Saul, a king of men whose authority God had striped and given unto David, was going on a bloodthirsty rampage of God's priests in the town of Nob. It is said that, "All those who were in distress or in debt or discontented gathered around him, and he became their commander." Some of these men later became David's mighty men.

Is this an OT calling to gather against the corrupt authorities? No. Rather it is a shadow of Christ to come, in which His ministry during the Gospels, came to those who were in distress, in debt, or discontented and they gathered around Him. And like David, Jesus is the Good Shepherd who will not lose a single sheep.

It is an irony of this age that most of us, who are masculine men are in this inverted system, are the social pariahs. In a traditional society, we would be considered the leaders and pillars of community. We would be the innovators and pioneers. Now we are now in distress, debt, and discontent. We are ruled under the nerds, eunuchs, and modern day equivalent of the priests of Baal (Gates, Fauci, etc). Much like Saul, their authority is given by men who want it. It is almost a blessing that we were not born in the 50s, or at least a more traditional time as being more rugged, we may of been more susceptible to the temptations of the flesh and of the world. Or maybe it is our calling in Christ and the struggles we are facing today that makes us rugged. Either way, we can see our parallel to Davids mighty men, and the outcasts of Israel who followed Christ in the Gospels.

We are in a spiritual battle. I see many, "Christians", making calls for action. The OT show us that Godly men can mow down as many Philistines, Canannites, priests of Baal, etc. The world is still an evil place. As Paul says in Ephesians 6:12, "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms." Only Christ will prevail against the Beast.

Another great example is Samson, another type of Christ to come in the OT. He and Samuel the prophet were types of Jesus and John the Baptist in the Gospels, as both had preludes with their mothers and were given unique blessing of God. Samson shows us what the flesh cannot accomplish. We all know his shortcomings, however, like a lump of honey amidst a dead beast, we can see an archetype of a Christ as King that will rule amidst the slain Beast.

The times of Judges was a time of lawlessness in Israel. After the 5 books of the Torah and Joshua which establishes God as the Creator and His character and expectations of Israel through the law, Israel had fallen into apostasy not even a chapter into Judges. The moral order was so subverted in Samson's time. I've found an irony in this tale that most commentators and scholars miss.

Samson was of the tribe of Dan. Dan was the black sheep of the Israel tribal family, as Dan disobeyed their inheritance and raided the countryside trying to establish their own lot. They, among Ephraim, were the first to apostasize in the northern kingdom of Israel and there was a golden calf in Dan. On the opposite side you had the tribe of Judah, the promise of the Iron Sceptre, the line of the messiah. Judah was the golden child of the family as it was the line of Christ.

It is an irony in the subversion of Judges that in Judges 15, Samson, a Danite archetype of Christ as a warrior and judge to come, is approached by a group of Judahites, and told they were warned by the Philistines to capture Samson because he was upheaving the tyranny of the Philistines over Israel. The Judahites were so apostasized at that point from God that they were weak men, approaching a true warrior of God and begging for his defiance to end so they could, "go back to normal".

Sound familiar? We are surrounded by many who are Christian in name only and secular minded people begging for us to bend the knee, even unto the point of hysteria. The kings of the earth seek to take away our earthly comforts, not realizing our kingdom is not of this earth. While Judah put Samson in handcuffs and delivered him unto men, the ropes that binded him melted like flax, and he walked away from pile of Philistine corpses. Christ our king is being mocked by the leaders of the earth, but He will not be bound by their taunts and will judge them all.

There is another parallel playing out today that echos the book of Samuel again. Israel asked for a king, for they wanted to be like the other nations. Samuel, disappointed seeks God in which God tells him, "it is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me as their king." The Israelites again pulled the same ploy in the Gospels when they chose Barabbas, a rebel, over Christ as their king. In the end, man will only have 2 choices. Christ as king, or the antichrist. We know that many men will take the mark of their leader, the Beast, and revolt against Christ and God's order. As the workers of lawlessness advance and the Restrainer is stepping out of the way, the choice is becoming more and more obvious.

I know there are many of us on this board and are of different denominations. However, we are united in Christ our king. There are 7 churches in Revelation, showing that there have always been denominations. But as Christ said, in echo of Samson, tear down this temple, and in 3 days I will rebuild it. We are the body of Christ. We are His mighty men. We are to tear down the strongholds and bring comfort and salvation to those around us. Not in flesh, but in spirit.

Blessings to all brothers, Christ has already won and we wait patiently for His return. Stay vigilant brothers!

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Regarding moms and doctors:
My mother had toothache and visited the dentist without an appointment.

The dentist wasn't there, so the assistant subjected my mom to unecessary X-rays and an unecessary filling. My mother paid for all this and the toothache remained.

She scheduled an appointment with the dentist 3 days later and he gave her anti-inflamatory pills. The toothache disappeared.
The radiation and the filling remained.:rolleyes:

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I don't agree with everything they do but the seem to have the stern moral code that a peoples must have to resist empire. The movie "The Battle Of Algiers" illustrates this- they start cleaning up the effects of globalhomo in their country- banning alcohol, rejecting western dress- particularly for women. It makes sense how can you fight the enemy if you're immersed in their culture?

I have also seen photos of say, Lebanon before the effects of Zionism came to the area - they societies were much more open Islamic 'extremism' [at least the ones not funded by Israel or the US!] in some ways is a pan-nationalistic reaction to Globalhomo

Yeah. I feel weird in a way saying this, but when you have been immersed in the toxic sewer that is "progressive" western globohomo culture in current year (plus six), it almost makes Sharia law seem sane or even preferable. How sad is that?

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The other day I bought a 780 piece 3D puzzle of St. Basil's Cathedral from a thrift store for $3 and my husband was like "wtf are you going to do with that" and I said "probably listen to a stream and work on it." I like long streams.

Last year my pediatrician thought my son might have torticollis, but she couldn't tell, and recommended contacting some state agency that provides physical therapy. I did think about it but neither of us could figure out why she might think he had an issue. Not a peep was said at the next check-up.

I had a crappy experience at the ob/gyn recently, too. They were wearing gowns, face masks, and shields, but for some reason there was blood all over the bathroom. I overheard the receptionist say, "I don't care if the kids are wearing masks, if they're home again this year I'm going to kill myself." Pride flags everywhere, and dumb questions like "what gender are your partner(s)?" Haven't been back.

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Yeah. I feel weird in a way saying this, but when you have been immersed in the toxic sewer that is "progressive" western globohomo culture in current year (plus six), it almost makes Sharia law seem sane or even preferable. How sad is that?

The Taliban put an end to bacha bazi while globalhomo punished US soldiers who tried to stop it.

This may be difficult for us to face -though the rest of the world is far from perfect, globalhomo is the darkest, most life-destroying force on the planet right now.

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The end of England’s Hundred Year War in France brought about the end of the Plantagenets and the beginning of the Tudors so I imagine that the shambolic end of NATO’s long war in Afghanistan will bring about political shifts in highly diversified financial-democracies such as the US and UK. The social and political change in the US following the fall of Saigon came about less than a decade after the 1968 Immigration Act when affirmative action immigrants were still drops in a European ocean. This time, the White population in the US has dropped below two-thirds - the qualified senate majority necessary to pass or block laws of any substance.

Then there’s the matter of alienated working class White men who will become tired of taking on Kipling’s burden to fight the endless savage wars of peace for financially and liberal states which hate them and slanders them via academia, the corporations, the tax-exempt Foundations, NGOs and the media (and that’s just the sport channels). The 9/11 era hate laws that are disproportionately focused on working class White men to prevent them from inciting pogroms against groups that they were paradoxically told hated their freedoms might end up working too well. Whites might come to the logical conclusion that Muslims at home and abroad hate them less than the financial and cultural society that sends them to fight pointless wars and treats homeless veterans with less importance than migrants bombed out of their countries. Roman veterans were given land but the veterans of the capitalist states are often given a cardboard box and a policeman’s boot. Who hates such men more? The Muslim behind the machine gun he’s been ordered to take or the people back home taking down the statues of his state’s and city fathers? There’s only so long this shambles will carry on.

Watch also the curious development of telescopic philanthropy pining over the fates of women formerly part of the cosmopolitan luncheon circuit of NGOs and the humanities facilities but now subject to the Taliban. The very same people who turned a Nelsonian blind eye to the plight of working class White women in places like Rotherham.

Faulty wars abroad trigger fault lines at home.

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Insert joke about number.

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Roosh, are you sure that US military cannot be dual citizens? I think that only applies to officers and high security clearance.

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Roosh, are you sure that US military cannot be dual citizens? I think that only applies to officers and high security clearance.

I think you're correct.

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Compelling and truthful, as always. Roosh, it'd be interesting if you could make a podcast with brother Bryan Denlinger, from King James Bible Version Ministry.

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At the same time your criticizing american troops for not stopping talibans raping kids. And after a few minutes your praising talibans as being closer to god. How can that be?

You should try to give some hope. And solutions.

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Taliban stopped child rape; it resumed when US soldiers overthrew the Taliban.

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