It only took only one day for Reddit losers to mobilize against me, which is much faster than their previous efforts against my lectures and meetups. I must assume they’re following my work more religiously than my actual supporters.


The reviews are worthy of literary merit:

Last week I did a video where a bird pooped on me while I was filming. An SJW is the human equivalent of a bird that poops on you because mommy and daddy didn’t raise them right, but it’s too bad that their activism is becoming increasingly impotent. Not only did their earlier petition against me not result in my books being banned, and not only does my operation remain 100% functional after their multiple DDOS attempts and a million “rapist” comments, but Free Speech Isn’t Free is slated to be my biggest book launch ever. It has been consistently at number 1 or 2 in the censorship category.



Based on a word cloud analysis that a reader performed, it’s clear that the fake reviews are a projection of nothing more than their own abnormal sexual fantasies:

Of course it’s a pity that a quality work is tarnished by losers, but it’s called “culture war” for a reason, and I seem to be at the front lines. Just like I state in the book, sacrifices have to be made if you want to exercise your free speech, and I’m prepared for 1,000 more fake reviews that will surely come in the next outrage. I’m also prepared for them to yell at me from their safe spaces this July in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention.

Three fresh reviews

Vox Day, author of SJWs Always Lie, has made Free Speech Isn’t Free the book of the week at his blog. I expect both of our books to be companions in understanding and defeating social justice warriors.

Free Speech Isn’t Free: How 90 Men Stood Up Against The Globalist Establishment — And Won is a fascinating look behind the scenes of Roosh’s notorious speaking tour, which culminated this spring in one of the biggest, most unjustified attempted media lynchings I have ever witnessed. Roosh walks the reader through the entire experience of the tour and its aftermath, from conception to conclusion, in remarkably honest detail. He not only bares his thought processes, he bares his hopes and his fears in a way few writers would dare.

Seth from Masculine Books writes a thorough review:

The lengths to which other men were willing to aid and stand up for Roosh was profound and admirable. It’s something all men should take to heart. Although Roosh did much of the grunt work on his own, his dedicated band of followers was able to implement maneuvers as means of disrupting SJW communication.

What really stood out to me was that SJW’s are incapable of doing the same. They don’t care about each other. They have no concept of loyalty, and if one of their own gets picked off, they’ll cry foul, but then move on.

The SJW mob is weak. Their true power, when measured individually, is quite laughable. As Roosh routinely mocks: Tens of thousands of Canadian SJW’s, aided by parliamentarians and mayors, could not stop Roosh from giving his happy hour speech.

Lastly, Bernard Chapin does a video review on the book where he wasn’t shy to point out the errors that he thinks I made.

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  1. Hubert Cumberdale June 16, 2016 at 9:22 am

    Get a load of Roosh’s word cloud. Full of trigger words like “free speech” and “because” and “Canada”. Oh the horror! Where’s my safe space with lots of adult coloring books!

    1. we need muscle over here June 16, 2016 at 3:07 pm

      “Where’s my safe space with lots of adult coloring books!”

      It’s called “college” or “university,” depending the level of amenities provided.

      You know, things like complementary crayons, sippy cups, high definition children’s programming, feminist social “justice” star chambers to redress your narcissistic injuries… that sort of thing.

    2. A.W.E.S.O.M.-O June 16, 2016 at 7:52 pm

      Didn’t realize the power of word clouds before today.

    3. Justin June 17, 2016 at 1:56 pm

      Amazon (a private entity) reviewers should have as much free speech rights as anyone else. Amazon still promotes Roosh which proves pretty clear that Roosh is part of the establishment.

      Roosh’s corporation reported a profit of a little over 6 Million $ in 2015.

      It’s profitable for him to build strawmen and fill his pockets with your hard earned money

      But ROK has good articles very often, so let’s analyze the facts one by one.

      First Roosh cherrypicks just 4 , the worst reviews of his new book, and claims they are fake. Roosh doesn’t show the other 26 bad reviews.

      Then Roosh claims it’s the SJW who wrote these, but none of the reviews
      talk about any “cishet white men”. And Roosh is muslim, let’s not forget the basics, by the way

      Roosh is constantly whining like a little wussy whenever people say he’s a clickbait scam artist.

      Roosh plays again, for the X-th time, the victim card, in order to succesfully grab more money from unsuspecting good people.

      Let’s see the truth about Free speech: look at his forum – Roosh has banned more than 1500 old time users, many of them having more than 1,000 posts in the last year, simply because they disagreed with him.

      So everyone can see… that’s the irony: NOBODY ELSE IS ALLOWED FREE SPEECH BUT ONLY ROOSH V. And he bans everyone who disagrees with him

      Roosh is victimizing himself just to fool more people into buying his crap.

      Roosh V… the truth about him is that he is a pathetic sad man
      living in his mum’s basement,
      who is just stealing and plagiarizing everything he writes from TheRedPill community

      1. Shmalkandik June 18, 2016 at 1:35 am

        I admire Roosh for the enemies he makes.
        Some people’s hatred is a mark of honor.

        He, like most of us, has his share of vices,
        but these are the ordinary kind of greed and lust.
        His opponents genuflect at the shrine of St. Lenin,
        seeking only this one vice: to rule over others.
        The smell of power lust peeps out of their every pore.
        A choice between the two is easy to make.

      2. Justin June 18, 2016 at 4:55 pm

        Roosh is not like any of us. Roosh is a multi-corporation professionist who builds strawmen and pockets 6 millions $ per year from selling his crap. Roosh does not give a shit about you or me

      3. Shmalkandik June 18, 2016 at 8:56 pm

        Roosh, like any other business, gets judged by value he provides to his customers, both those who buy his product, and those who support his ideas. That he makes money at it is fine by me. “If this country is worth saving, it’s worth saving at a profit:”. – David Friedman quoting H.L. Hunt. I hope it encourages others to go out and do the same.

      4. Justin June 19, 2016 at 5:18 am

        there is value on ROK articles.

      5. SlickyBoy June 20, 2016 at 11:58 am

        I seriously doubt Roosh is pulling down anywhere close to that amount.

      6. Veni Vidi Vici June 21, 2016 at 11:39 am

        If Roosh can earn money doing something he enjoys and profit from a bad situation then more power to him. How do you know he earns 6 million $ per year are you his accountant???

      7. KansasBred78 June 18, 2016 at 6:07 pm

        I live in Justin’s mom’s basement and she calls me anything but a “pathetic sad man” after I shoot more little Justins into her on the nightly. By the way, I apologize for our crazy little Justin #1 sneaking on here to post; he needs a nap and an early bedtime tonight. Keep fighting the good fight, Roosh!

      8. SlickyBoy June 20, 2016 at 11:54 am

        I went to Amazon within a couple of hours of the book being listed and there were already nearly 20 “reviews” consisting of no more than a one star rating and a brief, single sentence rant by a “reader” who’d obviously never cracked the book.

        There’s no straw man – only fake, bullshit comments piling on by SJWs with their panties in a bunch.

      9. Veni Vidi Vici June 21, 2016 at 11:33 am

        My guess is the point Roosh is trying to make that the negative reveiws are ideologically driven not based on the book’s content. Much of the info is borrowed in the RedPill community and it’s common that 2 or more writers come to similiar conculsions also how many authors have published an icelandic women pick-up guide?

      10. Jim Jones Koolaid June 29, 2016 at 4:34 pm

        Banning people from his own forum is like telling SJWs to leave your house because you don’t want to hear their shit anymore. Not only is it legal..but it may also be a good idea.

  2. Tom Dane June 16, 2016 at 9:35 am

    It seems like everyone can leave a “review”. It should only be for customers who purchased the book. I’ll go and make a fake review myself straight away (I’m going to get the book anyway soon)

    1. Bear Hands June 16, 2016 at 9:49 am

      There’s a Verified Purchase tag on reviews of people who bought the book through Amazon. People who are smart enough to benefit from the book are hopefully smart enough to look for that tag when considering which reviews to take seriously.

      1. Tom Dane June 16, 2016 at 10:11 am

        But perhaps all the 1 star review might affect ratings.

      2. redpillyogi June 16, 2016 at 9:02 pm

        if amazon was smart they would weight the “verified purchase” reviews much more heavily.

  3. Conrad Stonebanks June 16, 2016 at 10:48 am

    This may be the last book you’ll able to sell through Amazon. It’s only a matter of time before Amazon’s CEO Cuck Bezos decides to ban books that go against the narrative.

    1. Roosh June 16, 2016 at 11:06 am

      I’m ready for any result.

      1. Art July 8, 2016 at 11:39 pm

        You would be, with that six mega bucks per anum…/sarc

    2. Marcus Aurelius June 16, 2016 at 11:30 am

      If Amazon is willing to stock Mein Kampf and The Communist Manifesto (and it certainly does, when last I Googled five minutes ago) it’ll stock Roosh’s books. Amazon believes in money, not viewpoints.

      1. Roosh June 16, 2016 at 12:12 pm

        They did ban the Confederate Flag though.

      2. A.W.E.S.O.M.-O June 16, 2016 at 7:36 pm

        Which was an absurd, revisionist freak out lacking any merit

      3. Veni Vidi Vici June 23, 2016 at 12:19 am

        I heard they were made with 100% USA Cotton…

      4. fd June 17, 2016 at 6:12 pm

        The Manifesto is why we have a minimum wage and clean drinking water, among other things. Please revisit your history and dispense with false anologies.

      5. Shmalkandik June 19, 2016 at 10:22 am

        NO, you owe that to the very people Communist despised the most, the ‘bourgeois reformers”, also known in the US as the ‘sewer socialists’. This last not because they are dirty in any way, but because of their focus on public goods, things from which every one benefits if they exist, but that individuals acting on their own cannot create. These types of entities are often called ‘Public Goods’.

        So, which Progressive proposals, looking back at things, were public goods, and which were merely deadweight that added transactions costs but no value.

        Preventing pollution of shared water and air was such as good. Minimum wage is not, as it involves the fallacy of thinking that all labor, regardless of social utility, adds value at some least lower bound – and this is clearly not trtue. Even Marx knew better, when he spoke of labor being measured as to whether any particular labor was “socially useful”.

        What we do owe to the Manifesto is the production of violence. I don’t see that as being any thing to be proud about.

    3. KansasBred78 June 18, 2016 at 6:09 pm

      Bezos is a cuck douche… Trump hates Bezos, that right there is enough for me.

      1. Shmalkandik June 19, 2016 at 10:29 am

        Like all members of the Tech class, Bezos, Zuckerberg et al have used their success to become part of the government. They are the reason why Keynes observed that it is better that a man tyrannize over his bank balance that his next neighbor. The lure of power, the opportunity to gain power through non-commercial means, is one of the most dangerous forms of what Revel called ‘the totalitarian temptation’.

        Most SJWs dream of power they cannot have, a major reason they are so shrill and vituperative. How much more obscene is the lust for power over otherpeople that the pursuit merely of physical pleasure. It is when people are motivated by some thing other than money or pleasure and instead seek to control their fellow creatures – . these are the true monsters of the Id.

  4. americanbk June 16, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    I didn’t think I needed to read this one since I attended a lecture, but this blog post pissed me off enough to drop the $7. The self-righteousness of these people is mind-blowing. Thanks for doing what you do Roosh

    1. Roosh June 16, 2016 at 12:19 pm

      Thanks man.

    2. gps June 16, 2016 at 9:53 pm

      Same, just read the sjw fake reviews. Kindle Book purchased.

    3. Shmalkandik June 19, 2016 at 10:36 am

      Agreeed. Not all of us – indeed,most of us – are not gifted in the way Roosh has mastered. Some claim to question h is motives. I observe that humans, being variously motivated, may do the right thing for the most unedifying reasons. What of it? The gradual diffusion of the insights Roosh offers into one half of the human race is a necessary corrective to the romantic idealism that was kick started by Austen.

      For a man, romantic love of one woman is still, in my opinion, one of the great gifts. Unfortunately, this pleasure is now a vice, as its practice is actually now dangerous to the man seeking to indulge in it. We have to give it up, become free of, and no longer attached to it,until there is a reformation in female behavior. I don’t see such a moral revolution occurring short of the Third Great Awaking, which at this time is scheduled to occur on the 5th of Never.

  5. Jamar Reaves June 16, 2016 at 12:46 pm

    I knew those dickheads SJWs were going to make phony reviews once this book was released as a pathetic attempt to make Roosh look bad,cover their asses since Roosh called them out on their lies,hypocrisy, and insanity in this book,and as well to push their bullshit agenda. These people are lifeless losers to spend all their time and energy to write thousands of negative reviews on a boom they never read.

  6. Tali June 16, 2016 at 1:12 pm

    They want to control you, and it drives them nuts that they can’t. Ironically, all those “reviews” are making your point about how these SJWs freak out over those who say things that they disagree with, and do everything within their power to prevent that message from being heard (read). I like to think that any prospective reader of your book would get that.

  7. Jon M June 16, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    Just posted my review of this book on my blog. Spoilers: It’s not perfect, but it is a damn fine read. Even if you disagree with Roosh on everything he says, if you value the freedom of exptession, you should get this book for its valuable insights as to how disparate elements of today’s culture converge to silence counter-cultural thinking.

  8. Pan June 16, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    A lot of this looks like the fake reviews on Amazon that bombarded Roosh’s books last year at this time when A Jone’s Infowars did a piece of the Manosphere. It’s just SJW propaganda. Bet if you ran the reviews by text through the Gender Guesser it would come up (landwhale) Female.

  9. Lost In Translation June 16, 2016 at 2:28 pm

    These book reviews are mere virtual spit wads from kindergartners my friends, nothing more, nothing less.

    An Amazon book review is worth it’s weight in virtual webpage paper as far as I’m concerned. Besides, how many people discover Roosh’s books, read the reviews, and decide to buy or not buy based on those Amazon reviews? I doubt very few. People discover Roosh, Forney, and others in the movement via other outlet and purchase their books on Amazon as a result of reading their blogs and articles, not as a result of scouring Amazon reviews.

    A real war is not of virtual words and cyber attacks, but those where the enemy dares to confront you face-to-face. As long as a man doesn’t let a battle rage against his feelings, there is little to no damage from these cyber attacks.

    As for hurting book sales and jeopardizing man’s income and livelihood, there are so many ways to make money besides selling books on Amazon. I’d even argue that Amazon revenue is irrelevant, and the real value of writing books is to establish one’s expertise and authority on a subject above generating inccome.

    Now, if these kindergarten cyber warriors dare to come out of the dark shadows of reddit and confront men like Roosh, and even myself face to face, well I’m quite prepared for that. I’ve read that Roosh is much more prepared now than in the past for such attacks. That’s what all men who ascribe to red-pill philosophies need to do — prepare. You never know when you’ll let a trigger word or phrase slip that triggers a micro-aggression (I can’t believe I just used such a nonsense term, but am trying to use the silly anacronyms of the perpetually childish here) resulting in a physical attack.

    So, while the book reviews are indicative of the enemy’s state of mind, it certainly is not news. Today should just be another day in the life of. We should collectively say, “Yup. That went as expected,” and continue on without with our triumphant lives that heap shame onto the heads of the eternally infantile.

  10. Mark Fox June 16, 2016 at 3:29 pm

    All fake reviewers need to be reported to Amazon. They’re pretty good about following up with that from what I hear.

    1. (((Berenstein))) June 17, 2016 at 9:40 am

      I reported every one that was nothing more than “hurr durr rapenazi!” I think two of the one-stars at least took some effort. I let those be.

      I highly doubt anything will be done, though. Fake reviews are a plague on Amazon and entire subplebbits are based around them.

      Being able to review a product you’ve not purchased is stupid.

  11. Edwin Oslan June 16, 2016 at 4:01 pm

    Haven’t even read this mofo yet, and gave you a 5 star review!

  12. A.W.E.S.O.M.-O June 16, 2016 at 7:38 pm

    SJW: amazon, take this book off of your website about free speech! How ironic. The worst part is leftists and sjw’s justify their censorship by saying that the government isn’t actually doing it. How funny.

  13. A.W.E.S.O.M.-O June 16, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    Bought it.

  14. (((Berenstein))) June 17, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Nazi? Well, that’s a new one. Did the Jews teach their mindless but obedient golems a new buzzword to add to their liberal vocabulary?

    1. Shmalkandik June 19, 2016 at 10:40 am

      NO. The legend states that the Maharal of Prague places the Tetragrammaton into the forehead of the clay model, and so brought it to life.

  15. A.W.E.S.O.M.-O June 17, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Bought it last night. I like your writing style, read some of your old stuff too recently.

  16. amateur support June 17, 2016 at 3:33 pm

    Powerful. It is great to see these tactics playing out and battles being won.

    What do you think of a “Cash is King Day”? The article against Star Wars got so much attention because it hit the narrative guardians in the pocket book. There is nothing that those pushing a globalist agenda hate more than cash. If we men organized a day or a week where we all withdrew as much cash as reasonable and began doing our shopping in cash it could be a great way to shine another light on the corruption we fight.
    Actions speak louder than words. And it is action that everyone that reads and supports this site could take with very little impact to their everyday lives.

  17. TSK June 18, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Wow, so … did the people who review your book and gave you bad review actually bought the book? Because that speaks a lot. Revenue.

    or did they just go in to amazon just to leave bad reviews?

  18. jontheman150 June 27, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    I miss the days when Roosh wrote about his adventures abroad. These days, he fights the feminists, SJWs, and other degenerates and I admire that, but I really miss the good old days of Roosh V….. Does anyone know another blog that still writes like Roosh V circa 2012?

  19. Caggybear July 1, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    It’s the age of telescopic, mob morality on the internet, where people get very upset about what things people (who have nothing to do with them) say in blogs and comments on the internet. All it takes is saying the wrong thing, someone shares it and triggers a rage wave that lasts a week tops before everyone finds something else to be mad about.

    1. Jim Johnson July 20, 2016 at 2:02 pm

      Yup, with network TV, people had to wait several weeks before the mantra to change, with the internet, it is only a few days.