The Brazilian Government Is Trying To Censor Me

On the heels of being denounced by the Southern Poverty Law Center, I recently received the following email from [email protected], a domain that leads to Brazil’s Ministry of Tourism. It was forwarded to me, my domain registrar, and the “abuse” address of my host. It’s the first time that a government organ has contacted me in regard to my writing.

To the website Administrator and Server
Ref: Association of image of Brazil

Dear Responsible Officer,

The Brazilian Federal Government, through the MINISTRY OF TOURISM, has found that the website, hosted in the network of server ThePlanet, promotes pornographic content in the internet. Such content relates striking and characteristic features of the Brazilian Identity, such as the colors of the flag, culture pictures and images of Brazilian cities, to prostitution or sex.

Considering the institution of the Brazilian National Policy on Tourism, created by the MINISTRY OF TOURISM, Article 5th of Federal Law n. 11.771/2008: “The Brazilian National Policy on Tourism aims at, among other things, preventing and fighting touristic activities related to abuse of sexual nature and others that affect human dignity” – the Ministry is taking steps to dissociate the image of the country with internet content of sexual and/or pornographic nature, which stimulate internet users to seek Brazil as a tourist destination for such activities.

Given that, the MINISTRY OF TOURISM OF BRAZIL kindly requests the removal of such materials from the website located in the URLs listed attached, or the dissociation of such pornographic content with Brazilian identity or Brazil, as well as the removal of pay-per-click ads and subsequent redirection of such website, since these associations are in disagreement with the image of the country and are harmful to the actual aim of the Brazilian Government: the increase of sustainable tourism in Brazil.

Brazil is signatory to several International Conventions, including the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women, which suppresses the trafficking in women and exploitation of prostitution, and the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, which determines the prevention, suppression and punishment of trafficking in persons, mainly women and children, activities which are often sustained by means of sex tourism.

Thus, we reiterate our request for the removal and disabling of access to pornographic material identified in this document in order to collaborate with the policies sought by the Brazilian Government to Brazil.

Should you have any questions, we are available via e-mail given in the signature of this message.

Sincerely,

MINISTRY OF TOURISM OF BRAZIL
[email protected]

Attachment:

http://www.bangguides.com/travel/brazil-compendium/

The above link leads to the information page for my book, Roosh’s Brazil Compendium, a compilation of all my blog posts on Brazil. The headline of that page says: “Strategy Guide For Meeting And Banging Big Booty Brazilian Women In Brazil.” I agree that my guide promotes sex with Brazilian women, though via normal game methods and not through prostitution. My book does not contain pornography and doesn’t advocate rape, sexual abuse, violence, sex trafficking, or slavery. While it can be considered tasteless by some, it doesn’t advocate breaking any laws in America or Brazil.

I’m not surprised to receive this email because Brazil is going through rapid change. Its leaders want to be taken seriously to enter the “first world” club of nations. To accomplish this they are pushing ultra-liberal and feminist programs in order to duplicate the West and what they think is necessary for economic and societal success. While feminism and liberalism organically evolved in the United States over several decades, the Brazilian government wants to get there within a few years.

To understand what I mean, check out the recent news coming out of Brazil:

This is feminism on steroids, putting Brazil on a path overshooting what they have in Scandinavia, the most feminist place on Earth. It’s happening so quickly that, as far as I know, there is no male response in the form of a men’s rights movement, but I expect it will appear soon enough (Brazilian men aren’t nearly as spineless as Scandinavian men). The government is so involved in installing feminism that a new term has been invented: state feminism.

Feminist activism in Brazil has stretched the very concept of democracy by including women’s rights in the process of re-democratization of the country. It has articulated a more participatory form of state feminism, and it has expanded and diversified to the extent that is best to always speak of feminisms in Brazil in the plural. Brazilian feminisms have made important contributions towards re-defining women’s place in society and in building a more gender equitable society. They have been instrumental in drawing up new legislation promoting gender equity and in the formulation of public policies for women, carving new spaces in state machineries to implement and monitor them.

People think I’m joking when I occasionally comment that Brazil is on the rapid downswing, but the feminist takeover is happening at a faster pace than has ever been seen in history, recently aided with the election of its first female president. Combined with the fact that the population is fattening at an obscene rate, what we’re seeing is the transformation of an entire country into a sort of Feminist 1984, the first of its kind. The attitude of Brazilian women was already above average when I was there a few years ago, so expect a country that may be very unpleasant to visit by the end of this decade.

For those of you who whine to me that I complain too much about feminism, you’re part of the problem. You don’t understand that this ideology is like a virus that won’t stop, and pretending it doesn’t exist by closing your eyes will only make it worse for yourself and every other man on this planet. Brazil is still better than the West, but it’s being destroyed as we speak mainly because of pro-feminist policies. There is no doubt in my mind that feminism is the principal enemy for men today. If you don’t see that then, well, you deserve the most masculine, fat, short-haired, insufferable cunt that exists. If things continue on their present course, that’s all we’ll be able to get.

As for my response to the above email, I’m not removing anything.

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At least good old American game can soon work in Brazil. Seems to be that most men when will end up either being one extreme or the other…asshole alphas or sexless betas.

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God, reading this post makes me wish death upon the US. Feminism has to die. Wow, even Brazilian women are turning into terrible cunts….

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THIS IS FUCKED UP.

THERE IS SOMETHING VERY VERY WRONG WITH ALL THIS.

As a Brazilian myself, I find this absurd!

It is this damn world cup thing that is spinning the heads of power-crazed “authorities” over here.

I found out recently that there is an equivalent “men’s movement” over here in Brazil. It is spreaded over much like the guys in the US, through blogs.

Here is one of the main ones:

http://www.reflexoesmasculinas.com.br/

WE ARE AWARE.

But, as of yet, things aren’t nearly as bad as in the US. A matter of time?

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Translate or make version Bang/Day Bang in Portuguese Asap. Anywhere where feminism is on the rise means more book sales for you.

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The response you’re getting on the political front is surprising me, although I really shouldn’t be. The world is so fucked up that I don’t recognize it anymore.

All you are doing, Roosh, is writing about how to get girls to want to have sex with you voluntarily. That’s all.

There are some aspects of society where there is tremendous political pressure to keep things operating at the status quo, while at the same time no one is ever supposed to talk about it. Pointing out the obvious provokes a violent reaction.

For example, we’re supposed to denounce Prohibition in the 1920s for the Puritanical economic and political disaster that it was, but at the same time practice the very same prohibition as to lots of other substances at a far larger financial and social cost, while pretending that we’re not actually engaging in prohibition.

We’re supposed to be a free country, while ignoring the fact that our economy and society are far less free than places we denounce as socialist, etc.

We’re supposed to be opposed to racial discrimination, but our government practices racial discrimination all the time. People forget that when Rosa Parks famously got on that bus and took her seat, it wasn’t the bus company that made the rule about where she could sit — racial discrimination was the law. The private business would have loved to have been non-discriminatory, but the government made them do it. And it’s still doing it today. The government skipped over the part where it just left well enough alone. But we can’t talk about that.

Hypocrisy is a way of life in the West. Saying that the Emperor has no clothes will get you tossed in jail.

Having sex with women while having no interest in long-term dating appears to be one of these areas, where hypocrisy is not only tolerated, but it’s demanded. Public discussion of politically-sensitive reality is not tolerated.

We’re apparently allowed to want to have sex with women, but we are expected to be frustrated at the resistance we meet, so we’re allowed to receive sex only with the promise and assurance that we are providing some level of commitment and other resources beyond sex, and only receive sex when we’ve demonstrated the willingness to have some sort of emotionally-intimate relationship that is more than just sex.

Getting sex in exchange for nothing is treated as though its worse than prostitution. It’s fraud. It’s a crime. It’s the end of civilization.

So, rather than face the fact that there are many women out there who will bang you for merely being cool and fit and funny and interesting, the powers that be act as though the only explanation for this phenomenon is that there MUST be prostitution going on.

Unless you are an actor/athlete/musician, etc. Then you get allowed to get sex merely for providing women with access to your essential radiance.

But, for the rest of us, describing how one can get sex for nothing, with no intent of hanging around longer than it takes to wash the sheets, is intolerable. It’s shining a flashlight on a topic that is supposed to never be discussed openly.

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In addition, you’ll be giving something to guys who don’t know how to fight these little fat whores. Personally for me, Bang was a life changer and I know i’m not alone on that.

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“I can assure you that the sex didn’t feel good for her, but toward the end I could get some rhythm going and actually busted my nut. Then I saw all the blood on my bed.

The sex was awful, but I didn’t care because wounding that 18-year-old pussy left my dick hard until she left. I don’t know why, but the fact that she was thirteen years younger than me aroused me tremendously. She asked if I wanted to hang out again and I told her maybe, but I’d be out of town for a while. I didn’t feel at all bad or guilty about what I did.”

I’m not surprised they are trying to censor you.

[Roosh: Thanks for posting an excerpt from my Denmark story.]

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Dude are you gonna write back? It would fun to see the correspondence between you and the ministry about how game is not bad etc. Could be hilarious.

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Roosh the government is just afraid that you’ll expose all of their lies to the general public. Information is power and that is something that you always give to us.

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what if this is a fake?

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Not suprised a Brazilian dude that I met in Rio publishes the Partiers Guide To Rio book which is just a regular guide to bars, nightclubs and the city of Rio.

It had 2 pages on the different kind of Brazilian guys you might meet (preppy type for example) and 2 pages on the different kind of Brazilian women you might meet (the filrty carnanval queen type for example) and that was enough to get his book banned outright in Brazil

Its illegal now to buy or sell the book in the country and it can only be bought from abroad. Ok course this sent his advertisers fleeing and it seriously fucked up his business.

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Good for you to not pull it down!

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Roosh: 1
The Republic of Brazil: 0

Apocalypseman
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So are they going to remove all videos on youporn of Brazilian women? Sex is a personal choice. A bunch of blog posts don’t make it automatically happen. Guys will go to Brazil and find themselves attracted to the women no matter what.

This sickens me.

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Well, we all know that feminism is the enemy, however I’ve yet to hear any advice on combating it. Roosh is making us all aware, but what the fuck are we supposed to do?

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Hey Roosh, you forgot to add one last piece of news coming out of Brazil: Miss Brazil Plus-Size 2012 Beauty Pageant in Sao Paulo.

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/11416913-photos-miss-brazil-plussize-2012-beauty-pageant-in-sao-paulo

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Lumiere commented on the Brazilian government’s censorship of the Rio For Partiers book. I purchased that book almost every year on my various trips to Rio, and watched with disgust as the government bullied the author, Cristiano Noguiera, into first sterilizing the talk on the types of Brazilian girls, to eventually demanding that he remove a few pages (the pages are now completely black with “CENSORED” written across them).

I’ve met Cristiano in Rio before — he’s a stand-up guy who sets up get-togethers at bars in areas of Rio where people normally wouldn’t go (Lapa, etc.). Never a trip to a whorehouse and it was always just people kicking back and having a few beers — guys and girls in the group too.

It looks like Cristiano’s back in business, albiet under more censorship: http://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-business/rio-for-partiers-is-back/ I wish him the best.

Meanwhile, Roosh, as long as you’re not maintaining your server in Brazil, you’ve got nothing to worry about — your virtual operation can never get shut down, and the publicity may help smile smile

And it’s times like this when I appreciate our country’s First Amendment.

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Roosh, in the one hand your diagnosis about the changes here in Brazil (such as growing obesity and state feminism) is very sound. But in the other hand, there are also other variables one must also consider in order to gauge the extent to which Brazilian people will absorb the aculturation necessary to reshape our underlying worldview.
Just to give an overview of the matter, unlike the ex-colonies of the anglosphere, where the transplantation of Western civilization was more successful thanks to the presence of white women conveying “pure” European cultural matrix to their offspring, in colonial Brazil around 80% of the female population were of African and Indian descent. Not only that, but Portuguese people themselves were always rather deorganized in terms of establishing a consistent civilization project of their own.
As a result, most attempts to establish in our society things such as the values of European Enlightenment, social contract, wellfare state, and what not, have met different degrees of failiure. One example that’s perhaps representative of these matters is the lack of an equivalent in Portuguese for the word ‘enforcement’. We simply don’t have such vocabulary.

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Totally disgusting. As usual, anything big government and their petty bureaucrat minions get their dirty hands on goes downhill fast.

Brazil is also strongly going down the 1984 Police State route like the USA and UK. I have no idea how this could happen over there given that Brazilians are not known to have the typical western mentality.

“Brazil is signatory to several International Conventions, including the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women”

There you have it. Totalitarian streamlining of national policies under U.N. international socialism. One of the links talks about brazilian feminists flocking to UN feminist summits to network and set marching orders. Your tax dollars & reais at work.

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What I’m about to say is going to offend some of you.

Roosh, the reason why you catch flak is because of your writing style. Whether you realize it or not, you aim to be provocative whenever you can and it reflects in your language. While other game bloggers temper their aggression with the use of softer words and more objective analyses, you write with essentially no filter.

While I know you pride yourself for having the “courage” to write without self-censoring, it’s the reason why you attract so much negative attention. Negativity attracts hostility.

I’m not saying that what you write isn’t useful or true. I’m saying that the way you choose to present yourself is why you’re incited so many different groups.

Also, it’s likely that you’ve landed yourself on the radar all the intelligence agencies in the countries you’ve stirred controversy in.

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make them an offer they can’t refuse

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Feminism is not about equality. It’s about power and control.

No matter how much they manage to oppress men through the state, teminists will *never* stop crying that society is unfair, men make more for the same work blah blah.

They will never stop because they get power and money from it.

Look at the “Women are paid less for the same work” line. It’s total bullshit after you correct for the fact that men work more hours, don’t take career breaks to have kids etc. Yet fems love to perpetuate this myth because they get more laws to give them free goodies and cow employers to pay what they don’t deserve because they’re afraid of being sued.

Same with the perversion of the word “rape” from “violent, forcible entry” to “if I regret doing it he raped me.” It gives them huge power over men.

Violence Against Women Act? Gives women the power to end-run the constitution and get the cops to come enter a man’s home and arrest him with zero evidence required of violence, just on her word.

It goes on and on. It’s going to get worse before it gets better.

Take care of yourselves boys. For the Lord’s sake, consult an attorney before you even think about getting married. Or don’t get married at all.

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I am sitting at work sweating with my sleeves rolled up and tie already off. Why? Because the women have commandeered the thermostat. The one I sit by also run a space heater all-day everyday and even had a blanket.

Today in a meeting, a high-ranking exec on his visit to our floor complained about how hot it was and said that we should get some air circulating to which a female underling responded “no not happening”. He had no rebuttal.

So we are supposed to treat them with complete equality yet accomodate their need for a 80 degree office without objective, simply because they are women? Keep in mind this is in investment banking which is a male dominated business (there are VERY few females that are actual bankers).

Scary what Brazil is doing and where the world is moving as a whole on this issue.

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To Brandon: Do what comes naturally. Fuck it. Fuck it really hard up the ass.

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lets notforget Brasil is now in hands of a huge feminist….shame.

@ALeph. It might be a matter of writing style, but hey, we have the freedom of expressing ourselves, no matter how Big Brother and Newspeak intimidates people.

I did not expect this of Brasil. but it sure looks less friendly than I expected. Thanks for posting this.

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Uh, yea ok. So what kind of action steps do we take to make a difference for men? Write an article on that and I’ll be more proactive. I’d just like to know that I’m making a small difference in the scheme of things regarding true gender equality.

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lets notforget Brazil is now in hands of a huge feminist….shame.

@ALeph. It might be a matter of writing style, but hey, we have the freedom of expressing ourselves, no matter how Big Brother and Newspeak intimidates people.

I did not expect this of Brazil. but it sure looks less friendly than I expected. Thanks for posting this.

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@ 23 Anon

Stop trolling.

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If this is true, then the Brazilian government has started a cleansing campaign to remove a few zillion websites with “pornographic material” from the web. This email seems to be an automatized message out of a few thousands or more that they send out in the hope to get some effect.

I would say: nothing to worry about, Roosh. Consider it a SPAM message.

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That’s absurd. I picked up a Brazillian girl once (here in Vancouver). It was some of the best fucking I ever had. Funny thing, she was a bisexual and ditched me for a girl she met on Facebook.

Anyway, I live in Vancouver, Canada, and this is a real neo-conservative – parading as liberal shithole of pickup despair. It’s a really difficult place to pull ass. There are so many feminists here it really blows my mind. The great part of Vancouver is actually it’s multi-culturism
(Excluding the Chinese girls, so awkward). But the
many women from other countries help balance the brutal standards of the local girls. But until I get my passive income rolling, I’m stuck here.

It’s really sad what’s happening to Brazil. Those women are so sexy.

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Aleph is right. The main reason why you catch heat from people in the countries you visit is because you call it like you see it and you don’t care to pull your punches to keep people from getting offended.

It’s also the reason why your stuff is better than 99% of the game/travel material out there. Don’t ever stop.

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This is only the begining.

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I think your being too pessimistic about men just taking all this oppression like good little dogs. These very governments are undermining their own foundations. In this part of the blogoshpere, there is alot of undervaluing of ¨betas¨ but let´s face it, if betas stop performing as economic data seems to be indicating, what will keep these feminist utopias afloat? Worse for their feminist dreams will be when these same nonperforming betas decide to form packs. Much of Western Civilization seems to me to be running on the fumes of what was a rather full tank but fifty years ago. So give things a few more years and all this could be a bad memory.

Something to consider:

http://pjmedia.com/blog/men-the-gender-wars-are-over-—-we-won/

Miller Time indeed.

As for your problems with the Brazilian Government, anything you could sue them for?

:a2m:

Brazil could be on your receiving end.

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It’s better to advance your own agenda than spend your days cataloging the stupidity of entitled class’s of people. There is no limit to their gluttony and greed, build something better, and burn away those who would stop you.

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“I am sitting at work sweating with my sleeves rolled up and tie already off. Why? Because the women have commandeered the thermostat. The one I sit by also run a space heater all-day everyday and even had a blanket.

Today in a meeting, a high-ranking exec on his visit to our floor complained about how hot it was and said that we should get some air circulating to which a female underling responded “no not happening”. He had no rebuttal. ”

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Yup, “equality” and bitch rights are really female supremacism and domination of real men at a mangina’s gunpoint. There is no better example of the feminist/equality SCAM than the Western workplace where a man’s entire career is at the mercy of emotionally unstable children (women).

Thank God I work for myself. Bitches are for fucking, not for treating like responsible adults. Remember that, men, remember that.

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“It’s total bullshit after you correct for the fact that men work more hours, don’t take career breaks to have kids etc. ”

Women having to take career breaks due to kids is unfair and unequal. So equality for women demands that men be asked, or brainwashed, or forced if necessary, to take equal breaks, and technology replace natural pregnancy.
Pregnancy is unethical, since it breaks down equality between men and women, and already said by a professor.
Equal breaks are on the way, and feminists arguing that a law that treats two unequal entities the same (as in having and not having a uterus) is not equal at all.

Of course, that didn’t stop them from arguing for ‘equality’ in divorce back when a man had only to prove infidelity of woman, as opposed to cruelty in addition to infidelity for women.
Or why a woman should have same sexuality and fun as a man.

“Feminism is not about equality. It’s about power and control.”

It’s about equality. Equality that does away with nature’s rewarding of the silver medal to women, by using technology + law to overcome the difference.

Therefore equal options are unequal.

Everything is subjective, equality too. Equality is a social construct! But the power to decide what is “equality” is very real.

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namae nanka, the wage gap bullshit was busted years ago, but the lamestream media and faggot obama and other politicians continue to use it

1) women work fewer hours
2) women get worthless lib/art degrees that no employer is looking for
3) women work less dangerous, less stressful jobs (90% of killed workers are men)
4) women are less productive in jobs where physical stamina is required

the wage gap is really an excuse to pay bitches more than men, even though they’re doing less work and in less dangerous or stressful jobs.

manginas are the root cause of all of this feminist hypocrisy and state fascism, if we didn’t allow it, bitches would learn their place very quickly and feminism would be nothing more than bulldyke fantasy.

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“….feminism is the principal enemy for men today.”

Feminism is but a subset of progressivism; the notion that the world can somehow be made better by some anointed ones making decisions about how others should live their lives. The West is a dump, and getting rapidly dumpier, regardless of the specific pathology of feminism.

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Hang tough, Roosh–you are fighting the good fight.

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“namae nanka, the wage gap bullshit was busted years ago,”

decades ago.

and when Warren Farrell found that unmarried college educated women were making more than men back in the 50s. Or that lesbians made more than normal women. etc.

Of course that hasn’t made a bit of a difference.

http://glpiggy.net/2012/04/30/pay-gap-ruse-on-meet-the-press

Now the problem isn’t discrimination but why there is a difference at all. ‘Equality’ is the goal and means combined in one.

Men can either throw the whole equality bullshit away, and/or enforce their own version of equality.

Death to feminism either way.

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having been to Brazil, basically everything you described on here was true. from the cabbies willing to rip you off if you look overly gringo to the rest. there’s good and bad in Brazil, like every country you visit. hell, if anything this site puts a positive spin on the women of Brazil as effeminate, caring, loyal, and worthy of an actual relationship.

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Keep it up Roosh, as others have said. Feminism is intellectual cancer. It destroys happiness and societies. We must show it absolutely no mercy–as it is natural for men to do–but be ruthless until it is completely wiped out.

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“Translate or make version Bang/Day Bang in Portuguese Asap. Anywhere where feminism is on the rise means more book sales for you.” (Sine Wave killer)

Sine Wave is right: take advantage of the situation, is you make it in the BR media you will double your sales, it is a HUGE market and soon in need of Game. You might want to update the Brazilian Bang guide though.

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I’ve received two C&Ds in my 10+ years of blogging, and both times my host basically told the sender to go fuck themselves.

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The link about the theatre arrest…Roosh, looks like your anti-feminism is finally bringing you into the HBDosphere…looking forward to more realistic assessments of foreign countries in that respect.

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@Robotica It was the chick’s first time, are you thick?

Being a woman’s first sexual partner unfortunately incurs in breaking a hymen. Complain to nature about it.

About the post, this country of mine has the terrible terrible low-self esteem trait of being immensely insulted by anything people from outside say about it.

Idiots were pissed at Stallone for some remarks after shooting his film, about a movie called ‘Tourists’, and it goes on.

Basically, unless you step up with the lies that Brazil is a great country, that nothing here is bad, that people are amazing, we will cry like sob babies. Embarassing, actually.

I’d just ignore this letter. The Brazilian Ministry of Tourism has about the same jurisdiction on you as a fat, ugly chick in a club.

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As a Brazilian, I am disgusted by what the Marxist corrupt criminals are doing to my country.
8 years of rule of the demagogue Lula put in power a gang of former terrorists and Communists who are looting the country, while at the same time implanting every kind of new world order junk such as gay marriage, abortion, racial quotas, etc.

Roosh, if you come to have gay sex, you will be welcomed by the government with open arms. The government itself developed semi-pornographic material inviting gays to sex tourism in Rio.
The problem is not the sex, Roosh, it is that you are a traditional hetero. This is a no-no for Marxists.

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Waiting for the Feds to come knocking in mine and Amour Fou’s Door…

Am I in Trouble ?

jesus , my country is going in the wrong track…

[Roosh: I feel your pain. Maybe it’s not too late for Brazil if men get organized.]

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Brazil is changing rapidly. My own personal take on Brazil is that in many ways, for single guys visiting that country, the best days are already gone. It’s now ridiculously expensive and becoming more Westernised. However, things like crime and bureaucracy are as bad as ever.

For example, go to some north Eastern cities (especially Natal, Recife and Fortaleza) as a single, male gringo and no matter what you say, do or think; you are pegged as a sex tourist and that as far is the locals are concerned, is that. In Rio, the middle classes in Zona Sul also tend to see many male tourists as sex tourists and in my experience aren’t the most friendly people in the world.

Anyway, that’s my two cents. It always amazes me how some guys are quite naive about Brazil and still believe that it is a sexual nirvana.