The Path Men Took To Trump

Every man who supports Donald Trump came to it from a different path. Some of you support him because of economic impoverishment or because you have seen your neighborhoods degrade from illegal immigrants. Or maybe you support him because you were attacked for being politically incorrect. For me and many other men, we came to support Trump because we shared truths about sex and the true nature of women.

The fight began in 2012 with the Southern Poverty Law Center

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In March 2012, after years of teaching men how to improve their sex lives through books and web sites, I was put on a list by the Jewish-operated Southern Poverty Law Center for being a misogynist. I was shaken up by this because I knew that my desire to enjoy sex with beautiful women and share the truths I’ve learned from it put me on a path of no return. Either I close down shop immediately or accept that the mob would one day come pounding on my door.

I decided to keep going. I responded to the SPLC designation with an article titled My Existence Is Becoming Illegal, where I described how heterosexual sex was now a defiant political act if the male received any benefit from it.

It is clear that gender hate is now a one-way street. Men can hate women but not the other way around. Men can rape, women can’t. Men can be abusive, both physically and emotionally, but women can’t. Men can be misogynist, but women can’t be misandrist, a word that is unknown to most of the American population. Men can be described as lazy slobs who play video games all day, but women are perfect as-is in a country where there are organizations trying to convince you that being fat is both healthy and beautiful. Male teachers get sent to pound-me-in-the-ass prison if they have sex with a student, but female teachers only get a slap on the wrist. If you’re a man, you’re likely a perpetrator of hate, violence, and abuse to innocent American women, even if you don’t yet realize your thought crime, but never the other way around.

Fast forward two years to October 2014. Witch hunts by leftists were in force. Rage mobs were crawling through social networking looking for racists, homophobes, and sexists with the aim of getting them fired. I studied the people who were participating in these witch hunts and wrote one of the most important articles I’ve ever published: What Is A Social Justice Warrior (SJW)?

The article was widely shared, influencing how people viewed the useful idiot layer of individuals who were guided and controlled by establishment forces consisting of academia, the corporate news media, Hollywood, Fortune 500 companies, Silicon Valley, and the billionaire owners of our politicians. Scratch a feminist SJW and you’ll find the reptilian skin of a billionaire who created the narrative she believes.

I was pessimistic when I wrote the SJW article, thinking we’d need a full generation (25+ years) to even begin defeating such a powerful anti-American entity. I focused on teaching men self-defense and avoidance instead of ways to defeat them. Little did I know that I was defining them at their absolute peak, and barely two years later a candidate who stood for the diametric opposite of social justice would win the presidency. The social justice warriors haven’t gone away, and they are rushing to fulfill the will of George Soros by refusing to accept the results of a fair election, but the power they have to force people to bend to their demands has been reduced, along with the power of the institutions that support them.

Though SJWism peaked in 2014, I had to face the full brunt of their attacks in the summer of 2015 during the Canadian stops of my lecture tour and again in February 2016 during the international meetups. I survived those attacks, and the fact that I’m still here right now and able to exercise my free speech on all my platforms—while you’re still here participating—shows clearly how little power they really had to stop us. They bruised me during the meetup outrage, but I healed quickly enough to weaponize my sites to spread my support of an even bigger enemy of theirs, Donald Trump.

Donald Trump ground zero

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I’m a pessimist by nature, so I didn’t have much hope that the establishment would allow Trump to win in the primaries, even though I was confident his ideas resonated with most Americans. But then I noticed that he simply couldn’t be knocked out, no matter what his enemies did. I saw him humiliate Jeb Bush, out-compete a resurgent Ted Cruz, and smack down any attempt by the media to force him to display weakness. By the time I attended the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, I started to believe.

The ground zero for Donald Trump within the manosphere was The Donald Trump thread on the forum, created in June 2015 by veteran member and ROK contributor Samseau. This is where the battle unfolded for thosuands of men. Over 2,000 pages long, the thread has been viewed nearly 6 million times. Ideas within it have filtered out into mainstream discourse, as described here, to men with bullhorns larger than I have.

After significant battles in a real war, medals are awarded but soldiers don’t nitpick on who was the “best” soldier. They all worked as a team to ensure victory, from the General (Donald Trump), the Colonels (his advisers), the Captains (major media influencers like Alex Jones, Matt Drudge, Paul Joseph Watson, and Mike Cernovich), the Sergeants (men like myself), the Specialists (men like Samseau), and on down to the Private, a regular commenter who contributes the occasional meme or argument in his spare time.

The ego cares about how impactful one is, how influential its ideas are, but the team player only cares about victory for the whole. Whether I am a Private or a Sergeant, I fought side by side with men in that thread and on this web site to what amounts to a modern fourth-generational informational war that will be studied by historians in the future. Who would have guessed that public internet sites operating on free open-source software would have such a positive effect on not just the result of the election, but on the lives of so many men who participated in it.

Approaching the date of the election

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Two months before the election, I did a Youtube video urging men to vote for Trump, and it resulted in nearly 150 unsubscribes within a day, surprising even me since I thought my audience was mostly men who would automatically support a Trump presidency. The video echoed a lot of sentiments I shared in the article If Donald Trump Doesn’t Win, We’re Screwed, where I tried to convey the danger of a Hillary presidency.

Obama was the “race” president, and look how badly he has damaged race relations in only eight years. Hillary will be the “gender” president. The future we have in store should be absolutely clear to you if she happens to defeat Trump.

Not only will she move to establish a techno-matriarchy where men are second-class citizens to any female, but she will ensure that no movement or organization will be able to challenge her or her establishment cronies ever again. This isn’t a trivial matter of getting banned from a web site like Twitter or Youtube—many of you will be forced to escape the country for no other reason than you happening to be a man who found himself on the wrong side of the establishment.

For the next month, I stared at the calendar, waiting for the election to happen, doing what I could to push back against the narrative on Twitter. Then in early October, an old tape was released of Trump saying he grabs girls by the pussy because they “let” him. My sister called me, confused, and asked if he really was a bad man. I told her that the media is distorting his comments just like they distorted mine a few months earlier when their proclaimed me as a “pro-rape advocate.” I told her not to believe the media and to judge Trump by his actions and his policies, not a gotcha moment that was being spun out of control to help Hillary’s failing campaign.

I spoke to her with confidence, but inside I was concerned: in a politically correct world, would this be the blow to sink Trump’s candidacy? Is the majority of Americans actually ready to defeat political correctness? Thankfully, Trump responded strongly, ignoring calls by the traitors in the Republican party to step down.

The first poll to come in after pussygate suggested that Trump’s support didn’t decline. The fake controversy didn’t work. I held my breath for the next few days to see if another tape would come out, maybe of him saying the n-word, but none did, and I knew the establishment had no more bullets. This was the moment where I finally believed. I felt a rush of energy on that day as my subconscious accepted that Trump was going to win. I did a Periscope that night as if I was amped up on methamphetamine, but I took no drug.

From that point on it was just a matter of hanging on, until finally on November 8 when he was elected President. I was in disbelief after he won because it was only four years prior when I was attacked by the same forces that were aligned against Trump. I didn’t have to wait long until my personal enemies were dealt a monstrous defeat by another man whom I consider on the same team as us. If I made any miscalculation, it was that it would take a generation or longer for us to begin pushing back against establishment forces. I underestimated our own power, and those of our allies in the alternative internet space.

Human control is a foolhardy endeavor

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The most important lesson I learned from Trump’s victory is how pointless it is to control human beings, both their behaviors and their minds. Every single major institution in the United States, represented by billions of dollars of economic activity and influence, could not stop a populist candidate, in spite of trying everything short of assassination.

George Soros and his billions weren’t effective. Obama and his allies weren’t effective. The mainstream media and their dozens of outlets weren’t effective. CEOs of the biggest companies in the United States weren’t effective. Hollywood and it’s superstars weren’t effective. Academia and it’s thousands of professors weren’t effective. Social media and its censorship efforts weren’t effective. The FBI allowing Hillary to skate from real crimes wasn’t effective. Even Donald Trump’s own party wasn’t effective in stopping him. It’s absolutely incredible that all these forces couldn’t stop one man and his believers. What a disgrace to the fields of scientific management and modern propaganda for them all to fail so miserably!

Think right now of how much effort the anti-Trump forces put into stopping him from winning. Think of how much money they spent to guarantee their desired outcome. And now think how it was all for nothing. They accomplished the very opposite of what they moved mountains to accomplish, after decades of cementing their control within the country by sucking the truth and life blood from the American public.

Whatever term you use to describe the force that governs our existence—nature, God, Tao, or so on—it is clear that humans cannot control it all, and that the pendulum will swing when it wants to swing, that the wheel of history will turn when it wants to turn, and your billions of dollars and your propaganda and your institutions can do nothing to stop it. Imagine how impotent George Soros and his friends must feel after their limitless money and influence was all for nothing.

Now they have to perfect their control methods even more, open their pocket books further, and try to force their will upon a population as if pushing food into the mouth of someone who is already full. Their desire to control you is nothing but their own psychological failings of trying to alleviate their crippling fears, of trying to prove to themselves and to the world that they are a somebody, that they are powerful, that the world must be shaped into their image, that they are gods among men, but it should be clear to you by now that they are not gods but sociopaths who gamed an economic system to amass huge amounts of capital and money. Much of that will be flushed down the drain as they continue to fight and grasp their way to unequivocal defeat, or attempting to control those who do not want to be controlled.

You can control human beings, but only temporarily and only some of them. At the end of the day, humans want to do what they want to do, and if you don’t possess what they wish to buy, they will go to someone who does, no matter how much money you spend on your mechanisms of control. The more you control what does not want to be controlled, the more tension is created and then released in the great unraveling, of which we are currently living through. In previous eras, that tension resulted in victorious parades on the streets, but in our modern era, it is in the form of online celebrations with the use of tweets and memes.

If you want to be a true leader of society, create an environment where humans can associate with whom they want, can freely engage in commerce, can create families, can live in safety, can search for the truth without interference, and can work and play and live according to their nature. Put stone walls blocking their righteous will and watch them be torn down. It may take a decade, it may take 100 years, but it will happen, and the contraptions you used to control them will reveal not your strength but your own pathetic weakness.

Conclusion

We are tired of being controlled. Leave us alone. We are tired of institutions that are obsessed with controlling us, of forcing us to believe in falsehoods, of programming us to hate our country, of pitting woman against man and black against white. Leave us alone! Let men be men, and from that a new American renaissance will come forth. Men who are strong and good must be allowed to live their lives, and if you prevent us from doing so, we won’t allow you to live yours. We will humiliate your useful idiots, we will destroy your institutions, we will lash out with more than just memes.

I’m afraid that those who stand against us are gearing up for even greater authoritarian control over us, but at least now we have our man in the White House who can join us in a fight that we have already been battling for many years. I can’t wait to see where this fight takes us next.

This article was originally posted on Return Of Kings.

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Wouldn’t it be more accurate for the SPLC to label gay groups as anti-women and sites like ROK which teach men how to have more pleasurable male-female interactions as healthy and pro-female?

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The end goal is to marginalize straight men, so they must twist and strain themselves to find a way for that to be accomplished.

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Hi Roosh. I’ve found out I was Banned from ROK. Was there a reason for this? Was it a Glitch? Thank you.

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Roosh, I would have gone with “marginalize” if that was really the end goal, but I’m afraid that’s just the beginning. Their agenda is way beyond that. They’ve already marginalized us and only tolerating metrosexuals for now. Soon those will also be outlawed. Only LGBTQ and Feminists have their full rights recognized and accepted.

I’ll say this now once and very clearly: “There’s no place for a heterosexual male in North America” especially as heterosexual females are fragile and rapidly being flipped over to the feminist side (and I mean ‘rapidly’). The last ones of us left should either stand up and fight or pack up and leave. Imagine having a daughter who belongs more to feminist agendas than to your moral parenting. I’m not talking about the future but the present. Your wife can suddenly decide to divorce you and squeeze you out for every penny while you have no right to do anything about it. Imagine your 16 year old daughter with every right to join the skanks and shit in your hopeless fatherly face while your moral parenting effort is likely to get you in jail.

Wake up America, this is anything but normal. Do not let them fool you, do not just zip it and accept the status quo. Make a case for straight males today and push it. If our effeminate government refuses to listen to us then we either have to take what’s ours or realize we don’t belong here – Find a new home.

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I would say things will just get worse for heterosexual males in America or not change at all. Most likely the latter. Things would have gotten to George Orwell levels for heterosexual males under Hillary but they already got that way under Obama who passed some ridiculous legislation particularly in workplaces. Even making some rather innocuous comments to female coworkers could get you in serious trouble. That being said American women are a complete waste of time.
The level of political correctness in America is over the top ridiculous. Saw an old Harrison Ford movie Clear and Present Danger where Ford’s sidekick says he hates Mexican food and in one scene Ford’s character remembers a murder victim saying her boyfriend is a Latin version of him, saying that means he must be related to the drug dealers. All that kind of stuff would never be written into a film today because it would butthurt people. And the 1990s were socially liberal times in America but were also economically prosperous unlike today. The oddest thing is that my Colombian neighbors loved that movie.
America was overwhelmingly white during Ronald Reagan, about 80 percent white, probably a bit more. Now the US is around 60 percent white. Interesting how many Hispanics consider themselves “white” also many Arab and Middle Easterners as well. To me white is someone whose parents both have European ancestry.

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Advocacy for men’s rights will never succeed if it does not seperate itself from racism. Like you said, America is no longer predominately white. If we want to succeed, we must accept and represent the voices of victims of feminism from other races. We must make this an American problem rather than a “White Male Problem”.

Trust me, it’s the very reason why Feminism succeeded, They aligned themselves with everyone out there who felt oppressed. They even compared the treatment of women to the slavery era (which aligned them with African Americans). It is no coincidence that Michelle Obama has emerged to be the greatest Feminist ever known to man. The type proud of having no son and speaking out against Donald Trump’s effect on “our daughters” and blah blah, that got her as far as to be considered at the United Nation’s most influential woman to represent women around the world.

As long as the men’s rights movement continues to cling on the “White Man” rhetoric, it will never succeed. The progressive movement on the other hand has too much support and is too far ahead to be caught-up with let alone defeated. Just a thought! let’s accept this reality and embrace every other person affected by the shit Feminism movement – Including other races, and women themselves. Imagine how someone like Karen Straughan speaks more eloquently on men’s problems than men themselves can. That’s an indication there’s something lacking in the men’s movement. We need those voices that will be listened by others who don’t particularly like our faces and our methods.. Just a thought!

http://www.xgage.com/issues/real-women-reveal-the-scam-in-feminism

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You make a great point, minority men, particularly black men have had a particularly hard time because of feminism which ripped apart black families. Even pre-civil rights era African American children grew up in two parent households, most had stable families. They sure dealt with racial discrimination, but has that gone away? America has gotten a lot more politically correct over the past 50 years but the state of black America would have Martin Luther King in tears. He would particularly find it ironic under a nation that elected a black man twice to the Presidency.

And I doubt Obama will be the last African American in the White House. The progressive issue of feminists is that they latched onto other movements, and see traditional masculinity as a white male issue, but other cultures see men as a pillar of society as well. The creator this blog is not white but of Middle Eastern origin, where men still are kings.

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Iranians / Persians would strongly argue they’re not middle-eastern. At least not in the typical sense. I don’t care what Roosh’s real origin is, the guy has the kind of commonsense which is not common in the western world. We’re just too stupid digging our own pit while the Chinese and the Russians watch and laugh at us fall into it.

America was only respected / feared around the world for its money and military might. But we will watch in our generation as China gradually takes over economically while Russia does so militarily. The dudes are already ahead in space technology; America on the other hand keeps creating social problems and distractions for herself. The true failure of democracy. So let’s see the so demonized communism rise up over stupid Liberal Democracy

I can tell you Obama is the last African in the whitehouse at least for many decades to come. But the next thing to take over from Trump in the next 4 years (because he will definitely screw up) will be a more intensively feminist than Obama could ever be. Remember Hillary is still around and still has her eyes on the prize. Let’s wait and see

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We’re just too stupid digging our own pit while the Chinese and the Russians watch and laugh at us fall into it.

The Russians laugh doubly since they were the ones to send shovels and show us where to dig.

the next thing to take over from Trump in the next 4 years (because he will definitely screw up)

He won’t. Trump’s winning move was steering away from the dehumanising globalist-communist direction the demopublicans pushed in unison over the last half century to the detriment of everyone – save for the slim group of ultra-rich globalists. If he manages to fulfill just 10% of his promises, he will be hailed as a hero, and not only by the Republican base. He’s not yet inaugurated, and he is already winning over many disillusioned blue collar Clinton voters with job-saving deals none of the supposed “worker defenders” from the Left ever made.

If Trump continues the direction he took, the reelection campaign will be a walk in the park for him. The real fight will be in 8 years, and not with the Democrats, but with globalist neocons in the Republican party trying to ride on his coattails the way the older Bush rode on Reagan’s.

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If Trump succeeds with his new ideology to put middle class people first over corporate interests the Republicans will become the new “Progressive” party in that it will be the one standing for disenfranchised Americans while the Democrats will be the ones standing for war and corporate greed. Obama has been nothing but a puppet for corporate greed and endless war. His Defense Secretary is in Israel today and just hand delivered a new fleet of F35 fighter jets.
Trump already tweeted that the fighter program is too expensive, he also feels that allies such as Israel, Western European NATO members, and Japan need to compensate the US for their defense. So if he follows through expect big changes as these countries won’t be dragging the US into pointless wars as they have done in the past.
Cornel West referred to Trump as a neo-fascist, what an idiot, Trump is no fascist, we had 16 years of Fascists in the White House, George Walker Bush and Barack Obama. Trump’s obstacle as President will be to implement his vision against the establishment that is still firmly rooted in power in Washington.

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Moving away from dehumanising globalization?? What world are you on? Two of his biggest economics policy makers worked at Goldman Sachs. Goldman Sachs was involved in Bill Clinton’s administration, George W Bush, and Obama’s as well. Globalization is not going anywhere. America is not going to suddenly close itself off from the world.
Trump will be out on his ass in four years, assuming he does not get impeached or wind up resigning in his first term.
Gary Cohn and Steve Mnuchin are going to bring back the American middle class, what a joke. The sad thing is that Hillary would have brought the same kind of people.

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I don’t think Hillary will be the next President after Trump, her career in politics is over. Maybe another woman. I think it will likely be Kamala Harris or Michelle Obama that will take over the feminist reigns. So there will be a big possibility for another black President.
Who knows, maybe Trump will succeed in bringing back the American middle class and keeping the US out of pointless foreign wars. Its high likely he is going to make a major break in foreign policy from Bush and Obama, whose foreign policies have been catastrophic. His recent moves against Lockheed and Boeing sound very encouraging. Boeing and Lockheed are two of the biggest defense contractors. Seems like Trump is signalling a drop in defense spending and and emphasis more on economic and domestic policies, rather than on foreign interventions. If he moves away from the policies of the past 16 years he will be a very popular President. I am not sure if he will go 100 percent in this direction but I think he is the least hawkish President in decades.
Some people saying he will be another George W Bush, not even close. The Neoconservatives were putting their money behind Hillary Clinton and Ted Cruz/Marco Rubio. They fear a Trump Presidency will bring about an end to US imperialism. I do not see an abrupt end but more a decline.
If Trump does two important things, one gets the American job engine moving like it did before 2001. And second keeps America out of wars, he will be running the country for the next 8 years, his base of support will expand, he will win a second term, he will find a successor to continue his work after he leaves office. The Republican Party will no longer be a warhawk corporate party but one that works for working Americans and avoids foreign entanglements while the Democrats become the new hawk party. This is the most optimistic case for Trump.
The other scenario is Trump will play it safe with the establishment and continue the Obama policies, middle America will continue to deteriorate, and he will be ousted in four years. It could go either way. I am thinking it might be the latter given Trump is only one person and still faces opposition from many in his own party.

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I wish! but your expectation of his admin is a far fetched fantasy to say the least. On the economy and jobs, this guy has a reputation shipping jobs abroad and giving his construction jobs to illegal immigrants than helping any middle-class. Until today, he has not released his tax returns for us to see just how much he contributed to his beloved America

On wars? This is a guy in love with the NRA, wants military style weapons to continue to flood the streets of America. He supported the Iraq invasion, and even after that proved to NOT be a piece of cake as Bush earlier promised; not learning from that mistake, he also supported the Lybia intervention against Gaddhafi

Listen to that part “we should go in, we should stop this guy which would be very easy and very quick”. We heard something like that before, oh yes, George Bush jnr, before he invaded Iraq

Rather than be a peacemaker, Trump will probably be the most trigger-happy warmonger president we’ve had in a long time. If you’re following current events this one will not surprise you: His comments about the “One China policy” after his earlier phone conversation with the president of Taiwan got the Chinese literally responding “bring it on” that they have enough ammunition for whatever comes with the new Trump presidency. Since we pulled out of Vietnam mid 70s we’ve not had a war with the far east; but this guy is likely to stir up some serious tensions to destabilize the region.

Well, better than speculating let’s look no further than his cabinet picks which will shape his administration. General Mattis as defense secretary? General Kelly as secretary of homeland security? General Flynn as National Security Adviser (this is the one who hates Muslims with a passion and is quite happy with the middle-east remaining at war), General Petraeus having been considered for Secretary of State? people who lived most of their lives in a chain of command and not really used to a civilian government job with no action in the field. These are the people who filled their pockets the most from America’s military involvement abroad. They’re back!! and you think they’ll just sit around and be peacemakers? Again, far fetched fantasy.

Quite frankly each time I’ve seen this country and this world change, it’s always for the worse. Obama’s presidency was a sigh of relief as he promised to pull us out of Bush’s wars. Little did we know Bush started something that can never be finished. At least Obama pussied out in many cases, used intelligence, drone and air power to strike specific targets rather than ground troops and all out war, he allowed lines to be crossed with no consequences, just to keep America’s involvement as minimal as possible. But with this guy Trump? not gonna happen

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I wish! but your expectation of his admin is a far fetched fantasy to say the least. On the economy and jobs, this guy has a reputation shipping jobs abroad and giving his construction jobs to illegal immigrants than helping any middle-class. Until today, he has not released his tax returns for us to see just how much he contributed to his beloved America

On wars? This is a guy in love with the NRA, wants military style weapons to continue to flood the streets of America. He supported the Iraq invasion, and even after that proved to NOT be a piece of cake as Bush earlier promised; not learning from that mistake, he also supported the Lybia intervention against Gaddhafi


Listen to that part “we should go in, we should stop this guy which would be very easy and very quick”. We heard something like that before, oh yes, George Bush jnr, shortly before he invaded Iraq

Rather than be a peacemaker, Trump will probably be the most trigger-happy warmonger president we’ve had in a long time. If you’re following current events this one will not surprise you: His comments about the “One China policy” after his earlier phone conversation with the president of Taiwan got the Chinese literally responding “bring it on” that they have enough ammunition for whatever comes with the new Trump presidency. Since we pulled out of Vietnam mid 70s we’ve not had a war with the far east; but this guy is likely to stir up some serious tensions to destabilize the region.

Well, better than speculating let’s look no further than his cabinet picks which will shape his administration. General Mattis as defense secretary? General Kelly as secretary of homeland security? General Flynn as National Security Adviser (this is the one who hates Muslims with a passion and is quite happy with the middle-east remaining at war), General Petraeus having been considered for Secretary of State? people who lived most of their lives in a chain of command and not really used to a civilian government job with no action in the field. These are the people who filled their pockets the most from America’s military involvement abroad. They’re back!! and you think they’ll just sit around and be peacemakers? Again, far fetched fantasy.

Quite frankly each time I’ve seen this country and this world change, it’s always for the worse. Obama’s presidency was a sigh of relief as he promised to pull us out of Bush’s wars. Little did we know Bush started something that can never be finished. At least Obama pussied out in many cases, used intelligence, drone and air power to strike specific targets rather than ground troops and all out war, a deal with Iran as opposed to war, he allowed lines to be crossed with no consequences, just to keep America’s involvement as minimal as possible. But with this guy Trump? not gonna happen

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If that is the case Trump is going to be kicked out on his ass in 2020. That being said Trump’s financial situation will dictate how he runs things. He owes large loans to Goldman Sachs and to the Chinese government. His Secretary of State has had a long relationship with Russia. So the whole NeoCon thing is not coming back to the White House. Most likely he will outsource everything to Russia when it comes to the Middle East, especially with a guy like Rex Tillerson.
A large percent of Trump voters did not like him, they voted for him thinking he will bring back jobs, most likely he will fall flat on that matter, which will almost guarantee he will be a one term President.
The mainstream Democrats = mainstream Republicans, most likely this is how Trump will run his administration. So many of his core supporters will feel abandoned and won’t bother voting in the next election. Trump got the White House because of working class whites in the Rust Belt. I am originally from that region of the country and I know they will quickly turn on him if his economic promises to those regions are broken, and most likely he will break them.
Of course there are Trump voters who supported him because of his views on immigration, and they will be in a for a disappointment. The establishment will use Trump’s links to Russia against him during his Presidency.
Clinton was going to put warmongers back in the White House, she had the support of warmongers like Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan, and Paul Wolfowitz, the people who shaped George W Bush’s foreign policy. This is why I feel Trump’s foreign policy will be very different. A lot more isolationist than any President in 70 years.
Almost all the pro Israel groups seem to be strongly opposed to Trump.
Mike Flynn and Rex Tillerson are Russophiles, Israel has been a big part of American Middle East policy, so I do not see how appeasing Russia will continue the current Middle East policies. Trump spoke at AIPAC earlier this year but then AIPAC turned against him. Other pro Israel groups have not been too warm to Trump.
Trump is going to make some serious mistakes that will make the Republicans regret that he won. Already I can see that they will look for ways to make him follow traditional political orthodoxy.
I was merely mentioning the best and worst scenario for Trump, reality will probably closer to the worst.

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Yup! Americans wanted a change and they got it…
“A con man” according to Mitt Romney who was later denied Secretary of State. Tillerson has worked in Exxon mobil all his life, from the 70s till now, he never had another job. And Trump chose him for secretary of state because “he has built a tremendous company”. In trump’s view, anyone who’s made money is qualified to do anything.

I’ll sit back, relax and watch his screw ups and be as entertained from them as possible. And yes he also decided to take back control of his apprentice show (even as president-elect) so this guy remains a showman. He also refused to put his assets in a blind-trust which is what most other public office holders do to avoid a conflict of interest. You cannot be an international businessman and have the interest of your country at heart, at the same time. It’s just not possible in today’s chaotic world.

So the possibilities are:

1. His businesses abroad will continue to create vulnerabilities for foreign governments to use as leverage to shape American policies (or at least executive orders to their favor). An example of that is already happening: “Dogan Holdings”, a Turkish establishment pays Trump millions of dollars to use the name “Trump Towers” in Istanbul. Recently executives of the company are being arrested by the Turkish president Erdogan for ‘unreasonable reasons’ (of course they can claim any reason). You can see where this is going. Erdogan has long requested the Obama Administration to extradite Mr. Gulen whom they blame for the July coup; but the Obama Administration has not complied. Do you see what I see? Gulen is a very powerful figure with hundreds of millions of followers around the world. Giving this guy up to Erdogan with no evidence of his involvement in the coup will be a huge mistake. And Trump will soon have the authority to do so.

2. Big businesses of himself and his friends (the capitalist money machine) will become even bigger at the expense of the middle-class and lower class, careless CEOs will once again be emboldened to play with people’s money.. which will once again drive us to the brink of another financial crisis

3. Scandals upon scandals will begin to be revealed in Trump’s name. Many things and shady dealings we did not know about this guy will come to light.

4. His cabinet picks are already the most controversial in decades. e.g: Exxon and Rosneft had been working on possibly the biggest deal in humanity trillions of $$, to drill the arctic together. The first one was signed in Putin’s house somewhere near Sochi, Russia… And this deal has been interrupted partly due to our sanctions against Russia (for the Crimea annexation)

During the campaign, Russia apparently made efforts to assist Trump win. Besides the hacking and Wikileaks docs, A high-ranking official in the Kremlin said publicly: “Trump better win because if Hillary does, it means war”, an out-right threat to America. Now Trump has won and the Exxon CEO who received the highest Russian award to non-citizens has been chosen as the US Secretary of State. Scott Pruitt who filled lawsuits against the EPA apparently for regulations aimed at steering America into a cleaner energy future has been picked by Trump to Head the Agency. Do you see what I see? It’s all about the money; and we’re going back to the era of oil pipelines exploding in our backyards.

5. He will (or almost) start at least one war due to a combination of his temperament PLUS the kind of people whispering to his ears on security issues and more importantly for the kind of big money they make from wars : Through arm sales and private military contracts

6. The Republican party will become more fractured than ever in the next few years, over his appointments and / or proposed policies and a few of them will either leave or switch from red to blue or even green

7. His voters will discover him for who he really is: A showman, swindler, greedy businessman with absolutely no interest in the middle-class nor the country for that matter. The only good things he will be known for are the Obama programs which he either chose not to (or could not) destroy.

8. He’ll be gone sad So much for our desire for tough talkers and radical change

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Pretty much spot on, that is why he will last four years only. Some leftists think that Trump supporters will remain loyal because Trump is a racist and will implement “white supremacist” policies as President. Trump is no white supremacist, not even close. The main difference between Trump in your average liberal is that Trump is not a politically correct individual and prefers to speak his mind.
That being said the true reason so many voted for Trump is that Obama did nothing for middle class people apart from the ACA which was highly flawed and watered down, its not socialized medicine, not even close. Its also not universal healthcare. Its a law requiring all working people to purchase health insurance and modifies laws to prevent insurance companies from discriminating against people with preexisting health conditions. The RINO Republicans would love to get rid of this thing completely but I doubt Trump will want to get rid of the clause that prevents insurance companies from discriminating against people with preexisting conditions.
In all other economic areas, Trump is probably going to disappoint many of his followers. Despite the leftist lies, a large percent of Trump voters chose him over Hillary because of economic interests not because of immigration. There were many Trump voters who voted because of immigration, but Trump won because he began focusing on economic issues. Its clear though he has no coherent plan to help working and middle class Americans.
If these people do not see their fortunes improve under Trump, they won’t be voting for him next time. Especially the voters in the Rust Belt, who voted for Obama twice and then reluctantly chose Trump. I have even read some blogs that many of these folks expect to see tangible results by 2018 or many of them will abandon Trump. They are going to wind up leaving him just like his wives left him.

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I pray my GOD that there should NEVER be a female President in the History of the United States.

Had enough with Aussie pussy & Nazi/Jew pussy ! Hopefully, the English pussy might be a bit better than the Aussie & Nazi/Jew !!!

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You are (probably) the only MAN who said that what we are facing is a “American Problem”, instead of “White Male Problem”.

Thanks for recognizing what’s happening around you. In fact, it’s actually a “problem of ALL MEN”. Almost in every Continent/Country/Culture/Religion; Pussies are showing their TRUE colors ! Conveniently playing the “victim card” and at the same time, demanding “equality & chivalry” !

It’s time for us MEN to be UNITED.

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True that!

I had dinner with 2 Croatian girls yesterday (arguably one of the poorest countries in the west, and consequently one of the least affected by the Liberal NWO propaganda). In fact one of them was a farm girl so you would think of some conservatism background. but far from what I expected, the topic of women oppression came out of nowhere

One said “One thing I dont like about Croatia is the inequality of women. Women seeking jobs are discriminated against because they’re women. And no equal pay because they are women”.

She continued: “I also dont like when men expect the women to carry the baby and change dippers on them. men should do that too, it should be shared responsibility. It’s not a woman’s place to do all that”

The other added: “Young girls are not able to get jobs because employers are worried they will get pregnant later and have mandatory long maternity leave and they will be paid while not contributing” (even if it was true, it would not be unreasonable for a company to not want to pay salary to an unproductive person simply because the law forces them to). But you just cannot argue logic with women can you!

So I asked her: “What about kindergaten teaching jobs? nurses? homemakers? mid-wives? Should men complain they’re discriminated against in those jobs”?

She (the nurse among them) said: “actually we have some male nurses in my workplace, but they’re gay. I like it that we have some men because they carry the heavy patients and when we need them to do the tough work”

Then I came back to her previous point: “If women should not do the easy stuff like changing the dippers, why should the men do the tough work like carrying the heavy patients and stuff? Do you see how it balances out?”

The argument began getting more fierce at this point. Instead of staying on the logic, they attacked my point of view as being the main problem and the reason why “men oppress women”

How do you even start an argument with that? On a normal day I wouldn’t be surprised if it came from out notoriously spoiled white American girls who got us looking elsewhere in the first place. I later realised the Croatian girls spent a little over a year in the states which explains how they got brainwashed…

Like you said, this is now everyone’s problem

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Ironically, there is no need for them to get brainwashed; they know very well about the “Societal & Legal Double Standards”, They are cunning and opportunistic & experts in playing victim card.

Let them take up the Sewage work and Drilling concrete under “red hot sun” and we can take up “changing diapers” !

Believe me, MEN (on this entire planet !) are realizing and waking up to the facts. Do you want an example; VICTORY of Donald Trump.

Although I am not a Citizen/White/Christian; I will NEVER tolerate the arrogant, bitchy, entitled, ungrateful and slutty/whorish attitude of females. How ungrateful these bitches are ! they are demanding to change the images/pictures of FOUNDING FATHERS of this NATION (on the currency notes/bills) ! Oh My GOD !

They are insulting, humiliating, belittling and dis-respecting the FOUNDING FATHERS; how dare they ? Take my word: MEN are not going to keep quite, MEN are not going to entertain, MEN are not going to “take it easy” any more.

MASCULINITY was, has been and will always be SUPERIOR.

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MEN have no EDGE friend. The victory of Donald Trump is more significant as an outsider winning the establishment THAN a straight male winning over a feminist. D. Trump himself is not even anti-feminist. Read up how he treated each of his ex-wives after they screwed him over. It was all about the money. The women kept on taking and taking from him (Ivana to whom she begged to take 10 mil after she left him). Now he’s up as a victim of just how much entitlement an ex-wife can have, HE WILL NOT CHANGE THE POLICY to give ex-husbands a fighting chance. The people who constructed these laws are higher than governments.

I tell you, check Canada, US, almost all European countries, Australia, NZ, HK and most countries / regions the UK or the French had something to do with in the past, etc… The woman has the upper hand in a divorce, she can easily squeeze you out for every penny and enslave you (the government will force you to pay her a certain amount of money every month for the rest of your existence) while she’s free to fuck, marry and divorce any other man she wishes.

They changed the National Anthem of Canada because a verse said “sons” (not daughters); as if daughters ever defended the country back then. They’re about to change all verses of the bible which referred to humans as “men”. As if that wasn’t enough, they pushed it in the UN’s “sustainable development goals” of 2015 adopted by all member countries 7 goals which are all about “Women Empowerment”. They will not stop until they attain a complete androgynous society where men and women ignore their differences; at the same time give the female gender the upper hand in everything else. Thanks to … arguably the most wuzzy leader of all time (J Trudeau), Considers himself a feminist, reserved 52% of parliamentary seats for women (whether they were qualified or not is a different case), They just had to be women, etc… I didn’t see men going on the streets to protest this.

Men are not waking up friend. No matter what sensible things straight men do / achieve, there will be a total effeminate male wimp out there doubling down on the rhetoric and telling the bitches they deserve more. Need examples? Google out “male celebrities who are feminists” and see their stance on “gender equality”, “female oppression” etc. Your pro-nature voice unfortunately is not as effective as theirs.

What you’ll often hear is “get used to it”, and like the Croatian girls told me: “We’re not in the stone age anymore”. Suddenly I understand why those “Islamic extremist groups” are fighting so hard against western civilization which introduces all these beyond-commonsense ideas.

Straight men have 2 options: Stand up and fight or Pack up and leave (suicide).

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Let’s stick with the 1st option: Stand up and FIGHT.

Yes, I know that Victory of Donald Trump is not a big step BUT I am damn sure it sent a “shivering” through the spines of p*****s ! I am also aware of the Canada episode and it’s nothing new. EVERYBODY knows the reason/logic behind “Sons” in their Anthem and EVERYBODY knows that whatever the Canadian p*****s came up with, is a BIG Drama !

The problem is, MEN are simply allowing p*****s and there are many reasons. One reason is lack of UNITY. Yes, MEN lack Unity and they are not UNITED. MEN un-necessarily bear the tantrums & pamper the p*****s for something they NEED/Want/Desire/Think/Long/Fantasize as much as we do and they get “it” for FREE !!! This is only happening because we are NOT united and we tend to entertain them. At least, for a change, let us D E P R I V E the c***s !

Coming to the Divorce laws and other p***y centric double standards; the situation is SAME since ages, in almost ALL the Countries/Cultures/Religions. But problem started when these p*****s claim that they are somehow Independent, Empowered, Strong and Equal to MEN !

You are right in that it’s not going to be an easy task for (real) MEN, because of the Selfish Politicians, Bureaucrats and “vested interests” who are trying to use p*****s fielding against us; to achieve their “ambitions”.

It’s time for us to raise our voice, stand up to the double games and tactics, CRUSH all the guilt & shaming tactics of p*****s and more importantly, stay UNITED.

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The oddest thing is that my Colombian neighbors loved that movie.

Why “oddest”? Foreigners generally don’t give a shit about “rac*sm”. It’s the tiny group of (mostly white) special snowflakes who always make a stink about it.

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EXCELLENT article! Superb piece. Your writing skill has really improved Roosh! Keep up the GREAT work!

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I went to college from 2012-2016, and in that timespan late-2014 was the time where SJWs became prevalent. I was pretty involved on campus, and they would always seek the highest positions (especially student government). Ugh.

I’m glad Trump won, so that all these assholes can finally be miserable. The amazing thing is that they are so narcissistic that they will never figure out why Trump won (hint: their smug attitudes might have to do with it)

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Trump won because of the downfall of the American middle class and globalization, only 49 percent of Americans are “middle class” today. If the Democrats anointed Bernie Sanders as their nominee, we would be talking about President elect Bernie Sanders. Sanders and Trump have virtually identical ideas about trade and foreign policy. Trump is more vocal and outspoken about immigration while Sanders has not been as open on his views on immigration as Trump. Sanders focused on trade and America’s disastrous foreign policy, which gave him a much larger base of support than Trump. Trump started using Sander’s arguments in June when it was apparent that Hillary was going to be the nominee.
That being said globalists are infiltrating the Trump administration as we speak such as Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani, and Trump is backing away from many of his promises, those voters in the Rust Belt and many of his core supporters will not be happy if they do not see jobs and prosperity return to their part of America.
By the way Sanders had similar views towards immigration as Trump, Sanders believed that immigrants lower wages for American workers, Sanders never liked the the H1B visa program as one example. Sanders had a wider following than Trump because he focused on middle class malaise, America’s foreign policy disasters, and didn’t really bring up his views on immigration as much as Trump.
The Democrats basically screwed themselves over this year, when they could have easily won. Hillary lost against a populist Barack Obama in 2008, what made them think she would win with a tarnished image against populist figures like Sanders and Trump?
That being said, Trump is more likely to align himself with the establishment and betray his supporters, which is why I believe he will be only a one term President.

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You are talking about Sanders !? The person who said “everything” will be FREE for “poor and/or middle class” !? From where does the money comes !? May be he is planning to LOOT other oil-rich (and other natural resources) middle-eastern Countries !? OR getting DEBT from China !?

Sanders believed that immigrants “lower” wages for American workers !? What a joke !? In what planet is he living !? Immigrant workers are being PAID ON-PAR and even MORE than American workers. By the way, whom exactly Sanders (and similar people) referring to as Immigrants !?
Satya Nadella ? Sundar Pichai ? Sabeer Bhatia ? Ajay Bhatt ?
Dr. Samba Reddy ? OR The Professors, Scientists, Doctors, Surgeons etc. !? NONE of them came to this Country as “Immigrants”. No body did any “favor” here ! This Country allowed them because they are worth IT !!!

Why are people like Sanders cheating themselves ? Why don’t they accept reality !? The so called “Immigrants” and/or people on H1B are NOT working for CHEAP or being LOW-PAID !

If people like Sanders are referring to Refugees, Asylum Seekers and ILLEGAL (border-crossing) immigrants; then I wish GOD to help “people like Sanders” !!!

Immigrants are working for “lower” wages !!! What a good way of covering the grudge AND the inability to compete AND the inferiority complex !!! Way to go !!!

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I went to college in the early 1980s, first year of school Reagan became President. Tuition at a private college was around $5000 a year, now its ten times that at the better private colleges. College graduates used to find work very easily during my time, the social justice warrior and left wing mindset at colleges existed to a much lesser degree when I was a student. Today you have more free speech in Pyongyang than you do at University of Michigan.
I went to a public college which costed a fraction of a private school in the 1980s, was able to earn money for tuition working summer jobs. Most people today could not fathom that because everyone now is stuck with student loans.

That and college has become a giant debt trap, it used to lead to gainful employment, not large debts that preclude you from buying a home, a nice car, having kids and getting married. The new generation is fucked beyond belief.

Oh and women on average were much hotter in those days, getting sex on campus did not mean you had to pretend to be a limp dicked feminine SJW sympathizer. Even under Trump this is not going to change.
Jim Cramer said Trump’s cabinet picks are great for the economy. This same clown I recall told people to buy Washington Mutual and other bank stocks before the global financial crisis in 2008.

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You’re young. Let me give you some advice: you shouldn’t think about politics in such shallow terms, and you shouldn’t make important decisions motivated only by resentment. In the long run, this will only bite you in the ass and it will not make your life any better.

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Don’t worry, the cry babies who need crayons and coloring books in their safe spaces won’t be working with me any time soon.

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I’ve been a supporter since around 1987, which is when his first book came out, and, it can be argued, is when he first started running for President.

When Trump and his first wife, Ivana, divorced in 1991, I was still living in Greenwich, CT, where the Trumps had a waterfront home. It was big news in town at the time.

I knew some people who knew or had met him, including a girl in Long Island whose father did business with Trump, and they reported that he was hard-headed but fair.

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that is awesome

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Trump is obsessed with personal hygiene, a lot more than a typical male. People around him say he is obsessed with tidiness and order, hates messy people. The toilet on his private jet has a bidet, many rich people use them as opposed to toilet paper. During an interview with Larry King, he told King that King had bad breath.
Trump hotel rooms have bidets as well. Bidets are used to wash your rear end after defecation. Europeans like bidets because they are more effective than toilet paper at cleaning fecal matter.
I saw a photo of Hillary with skidmarks, LOL, she doesn’t know how to wipe.
He doesn’t drink alcohol, coffee, tea, or smoke, use any kind of recreational drugs either.
His favorite artists are Elton John and Andrew Lloyd Weber. Elton John lives in Trump Tower in New York.
Ever seen photos of Trump as a young man? Seemed very effeminate, not masculine at all. Also his father Fred Trump managed the company until his death in 1999.
Male rights are going to advance with a man who admires homosexuals and appoints feminists to his cabinet? Ronald Reagan would not even stand in the same room with a homosexual.
Trump hired three feminists to his cabinet so far, I really think he is going to sell out to the globalists. His company runs 144 businesses in 25 different countries including Mexico and China, two countries he slammed during his campaign.
Trump could really be nothing more than a puppet to lull white middle America back into sleep after 8 years of Barack Obama. The globalists will go back to work with corporations.

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Shhh, Daddy’s home. Everything is going to be alright.

p.s.– If you are objecting to keeping your ass clean that is a YOU problem.

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Trump’s favorite musician is Elton John, not exactly music that masculine men would listen to, would you think? He doesn’t even drink alcohol, not even a beer. People that think Trump is Reagan are kidding themselves.
The society that catapulted Ronald Reagan no longer exists. His Treasury Secretary pick is a liberal Hollywood producer, Steve Mnuchin. Wondering how this guy is going to spur 4 percent per year economic growth and increase the manufacturing sector in the US, which is pitiful.
I am no liberal, but I do not see Trump being able to challenge the entrenched interests that control America. And Trump is no conservative by any stretch of the imagination.
A lot of what he has planned is pretty much what Obama has been doing in his second term, so I really do not see how this is going to make America Great Again.
People will still be thinking of 20th Century America as a golden era for the country, I know I will.
I think you are going to see the corporations push their will over the government in the coming years, and the government will be nothing more than a figurehead.

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I don’t have high hopes necessarily either, but for now, he did put a much needed kick in the nuts to PC stupidity. Unfortunately, he is no civil libertarian, but if we can get decent SCOTUS appointments and strengthen 2nd Amendment, knock down the global warming nonsense, that would be more than has been accomplished in decades. As for overseas countries, I guess we won’t bombing those places, so that’s a win in my book.

Reagan in reality was not that conservative. He signed off on CA’s state income tax and no fault divorce. Government grew under his administration but some other things did get done that helped out a lot of people.

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America was a wonderful place to live when Reagan was President and that is what mattered. Trump is going to inherit a very different country.
Trump is not going to start any wars, I do not think he is going to do much outside of America. People say he is pro Russia but really he won’t get in Russia’s face if they do anything like invade Ukraine or whatever else. People say Trump likes dictators, really he just won’t meddle around with foreign governments like George W Bush and Obama.
I could write a very long list about how life was better in the 1980s that in it is today. By every measure life for the average American was better in every way.
I doubt he will even run for reelection in 2020 not because of the Left, but because he will disappoint many of the people that supported him. America is going to face major setback overseas, I can see Russia expanding overseas big time for one thing. The economy will suck over the next four years being the other, so working class Americans are still going to struggle. Also younger voters will be more angry, and they did not click well with Trump.
That being said people will just realize that American Century ended 16 years ago.

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Pro tip: it was America who staged a violent coup in Ukraine, Russians were just defending themselves there.

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The problem with Hillary Clinton was that she never appealed to men. In fact, she called some Trump supporters as “deplorable” and never even bothered to get men’s vote.

Where else Trump seem like he spoke for American issues first and Americans picked him because of that “What if” last “hope”. Whether he will really follow up with his promise is that time will tell but Hillary Clinton has a proven track record of abandoning Americans like how she dealt with the US ambassador being killed in Libya.

Hillary’s attendance in her rally seem weak compared to Trump’s.

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Hillary Clinton reminded me of George HW Bush in 1992, an aloof out of touch elitist. She never made one single visit to Wisconsin while Trump made several visits. She also lazily campaigned in the Rust Belt while Trump pushed aggressively in those states and eked out a narrow margin in those states. Clinton was slightly ahead in Ohio around June and quickly fell behind mostly because Trump made an aggressive push in those states where the economic “recovery” missed many middle class people.
I think she should have realized when she was falling behind in Ohio that instead of lounging around in her lavish homes she should have gotten out and campaigned or should have made sure Huma kept her laptop out of Anthony Wiener’s perverted hands.
The polls were actually correct, Clinton won the popular vote, but lost the electoral college.
If Trump can get the American job engine working again like it did back in the 20th Century, he will become very popular. Its a long shot that he will able to do that. That is the reason for his surprise win. Nothing else.
It was the strangest thing to see a wealthy Manhattan billionaire connect with working class voters all over the country and tell them the system was rigged against working people. All while the part that is supposed to be for working people, the Democrats sat on their asses and hung out with Hollywood stars and Wall Street executives.
Hillary got spoiled by her husband’s success and became arrogant and she lost. Michael Moore called this election right, so did Niall Ferguson, but both think Trump will be a one term President.

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The deplorable comment sunk her more than Jim Comey, her poll numbers PLUMMETED after those comments. She exposed herself as an out of touch elitist in cahoots with Wall Street and Hollywood rather than talking with the meat and potatoes of the Democratic party, the white working class. Bernie Sanders called her out on this after Trump won, the wealthy billionaire was able to win over those voters by asking for their vote, Hillary did not even bother.
If Trump faced Sanders, Trump would have lost in a landslide. He would have only won traditional red states. Sanders had the kind of rapport with young voters and working class whites that Obama had 8 years ago.

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Donald Trump’s presidency will not stop the leftist women superiority over men trend in the states. What is behind this agenda is bigger than the US presidency. Roosh V, though I support you but there’s another side you probably do not see.

1. Your advocacy takes a ‘white male toll’ which labels it not only as sexis but “racist” too, e.g your attempted association with the alt-right movement, not quite acceptable to the majority. Not all ‘colored males’ are too far into the leftist propaganda to turn back.

2. When you use those extreme words and extreme proposals for a U-turn back to the stone age, you’re unwittingly helping the feminists to re-establish their points. I’m not going by their interpretation of your words NOR by the media portrayal of you BUT by your own words as they are.

3. There is a way to be pro-male, pro-nature and diplomatic at the same time, to avoid the blindly supported misogynist rhetoric against you. For example, most of your proposals make sense in a natural world but just the way you present them disgust many people including non-feminists. And don’t take it from me. I had cleaned up your ideas and polled females about them without mentioning your name and the results were positive.

Referring to your article “how-to-stop-rape”, I told 50 different girls a little story (independently) summarised as: “A female acquaintance after a night out followed the male to his house, stayed in his bed, and even got romantic with all the foreplay stuff with him – but when it came to sex she said NO. The male acquaintance took her on anyway”. I further asked : Who’s fault? Believe it or not, most of the girls said “she deserved it”, “what was she doing there?” etc.

I further asked them what the law would be required to do in such a situation, they said “nothing”, “screw her”, etc. And then (importantly) I asked: Do you think the girl in the scenario will put herself in that situation again? most reasonable responses were in the lines of “…Depends…” which clearly confirms in female subconsciousness this is not as big a problem as the state has made it to be.

There are 2 things to note here: The females I polled were from different backgrounds and races (in fact, only 6 Americans). Also I never used the word “rape”.

Girls are fully aware of their actions and which ones they’re responsible for. And they can easily see through each others croc tears. What they don’t understand is how their croc tears got taken so seriously that it created laws in their favour / disfavour. They learned to get used to the power that feminists have fetched them. Believe it or not, many of them are actually against it

http://www.xgage.com/issues/real-women-reveal-the-stupidity-in-feminism

You need to tone your language, not necessary being politically correct, but you don’t have to sound as radical as the Feminists themselves; then your supporters will move from a narrow heterosexual male base to even include a lot more females for the cause. Keep up the good work

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Trump will do as much for heterosexual males as much as Obama did for black people, absolutely nothing. Decades of cultural reprogramming is not going to turn America back into a traditional father knows best society. It might be a small setback but for the most part don’t expect divorce rates to suddenly plummet, don’t expect divorce judges to suddenly favor dads. Its not going to happen.
Men should not drop their defenses in America all of a sudden because the Left will become even more dangerous. And in 2020, they will find their own “Donald Trump”. Especially if Trump fails to bring back American jobs.

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Totally agreed. We’ve not had a one term president for a while and Americans are always aching for a change, no matter what it is grin

I just hope it will never be Hilary again but I’ll not be surprised if it’s another feminists – e.g Elizabeth Warren. She has her eyes on the prize sad

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I think they are going to listen to Bernie Sanders and pick someone who can appeal to Midwestern white working class voters, probably not someone like Elizabeth Warren. But you never know. Bernie Sanders had a great post election critique of the whole election. Everyone was pointing fingers at Jim Comey, but Sanders said that if Democrats appealed to working class voters, they would have won regardless, they did not. Many Obama voters voted for Trump.
Trump made some remarks about immigrant groups in his opening statements, but in his closing statements he railed against policies that destroyed the middle class, Wall Street, the political establishment. His closing argument got him from 40 percent to 48 percent of the vote.
That being said if he fails to deliver, which I believe he will fail to help middle class and working class voters, he will be a one term President.

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Trump seems to be dropping his most controversial promises and fixating on jumpstarting the US economy. Avoiding immigration and mostly focusing on keeping US jobs in America, and creating more jobs. He is going to shy away from social and international politics as much as possible. Whether he can create jobs is going to make or break his Presidency. I really doubt he can make the economy grow at 3-4 percent like it did in the 20th Century when emerging economies like Brazil, Russia, India, and China, were on the periphery of the world.
The Democrats were beyond stupid choosing Hillary as their nominee when Bernie was far more popular. Even Trump himself said numerous times he did not feel confident facing Sanders. Trump would have a tough time attacking Sanders, who was not a subject of an FBI criminal probe, and also has been a lifelong champion of the working class.

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Spot on! that’s the big money interest there on the left yet they point fingers to the right and accuse us of association with NRA, Fossil Fuel, blah blah and shit… Hillary had her eyes on the prize for too long and when Bernie ran on a democratic ticket, I knew his campaign was going to be a total waste of time if not a complete joke (to the democrats).

Well, what goes around comes around and Trump won Hilary in the exact same way Hilary won Bernie in the primaries. I mean Bernie won the popular democratic vote and support but Hillary won the delegates. And went on to win the popular vote in the presidential while losing the electoral colleges. I hope the establishment not only learns a lesson from this but also rot in hell

You’re damn right if it was Bernie (whom I also supported due to his commonsense and America-First advocacy); it would have been a tough race for Trump. But predictably Trump would have still won because our greedy CEOs didn’t like the extremism control, tax policies, regulations and breaking up of banks they perceived would come from a Sanders administration. They would have done everything to stop him. And yes they also have the state governments in their pockets so anything is possible on their side to affect the outcome of the elections sad

So sad it has come to this in America, and there’s no going back to normal without revolution and bloodshed.

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I think Bernie would have won against Trump because he had a strong following among Millennial voters. Bernie would have given those lazy fools a reason to get out an vote on Election Day. Those voters did not vote for Hillary, instead they rioted and protested when Trump won, bunch of morons. Millennials are a bunch of narcissistic spoiled morons, and they are the largest group of Americans, in less than a decade they will control this country. Its doubtful America will be a world power by then.
It also makes me think if the Democrats have any sense, they will kick Hillary and all Clintonistas to the curb and appeal to Millennial voters in 2020.
Most millennial types have no common sense, America is a two party system, and will always be for the long term, either Republicans or Democrats.
That being said not much will change with Trump, women will still be feminists, immigrants will still flood America. Honestly if Trump started deporting people and building a wall, how is he going to find labor to build the wall? Also it would take years to build such a large wall anyway. He will never get it done, the best he will do is build a fence in certain areas.
Bernie would have easily won against Trump for the same reason that Obama won in 2008. Obama ran as an outsider, he was a community organizer fighting for the little guy. I recall his platform in 2008 it was the most progressive of any candidate ever, and he quickly sold out to the corporate class once he got into office. The same would have happened with Sanders. The same is happening with Trump. Nothing changes in American politics.
Anyway, he will be a one term break from the Democratic deconstruction of America. The Democrats will come back with someone else in 2020 with more charisma and charm, and someone who isn’t investigated by the FBI. Probably Michelle Obama.
Both the Democrats and Republicans support the Corporate theft of America, and both of them support large scale immigration. They differ on social issues like mixed gender bathrooms and gay marriage recognition.
Trump’s ideas to restrict immigration would force businesses to raise wages and therefore cause profits to fall. Trump is businessman, he knows this is bad. This is a man who looks at the bottom line. I think his supporters forgot about this, many of the people who built his hotels and casinos were illegal immigrants, many of the people who also work at them are illegal. He only started railing on the issue to get their attention. Most Americans, both Democrat and Republican do not like illegal immigration, but its never going away. The average American woman is 39 and man is 38, which is well past the age of producing kids, and its only going to get worse, so the white population will continue to decline. Feminism played a big role in all of this. Maybe Trump can help bring more well adjusted immigrants rather than trouble makers like what comes to European countries.
Some of these hardcore Trump supporters say that he will create an America resembling that of the 1950s 1960s with a large middle class and industrial base, yeah right.

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The establishment wouldn’t let Bernie win, that’s for sure. He had a track record of trying to block the establishment from shipping jobs abroad and shitting on the little guy (unlike Trump). When you have a record like Bernie’s, they don’t want you there.

There is a reason for Trump’s victory which many people did not consider. This guy is an actor, TV celebrity, showman, etc. What if all that campaign drama was a setup? what if his stand-off with Romney was staged to get him the support of those of us sick and tired of the establishment? what if he’s not really against the establishment?

This is already becoming evident in his so far chosen cabinet members (which will likely include Romney). The “Drain The Swamp” thing was totally false.

Talking about social issues, Trump will not do anything at all . He’s too far from Feminist problems to be affected. He came to power to protect / grow his business and that of his friends. He has too many friends in the establishment who protected his greedy interest when he was on the other side; so now what? he’s gonna fock them all? Never gonna happen. We’ve been played. This guy will be nothing but a 1 term president as you earlier predicted

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The next guy to replace Trump will be an even worse “Progressive” than Trump, its likely to be current New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio, the right wing National Review talked about him becoming one of America’s most prominent politicians after the 2016 elections and in particular after Bernie Sanders was tossed aside in favor of the weaker Hillary Clinton. DeBlasio is part of the “Progressive” wing of the Democratic Party. Despite his left wing politics he is an alpha male as well. So they want an alpha male to put away an alpha male. Trump will be 74 in 2020, look at Trump now, he is in poor health right now and has not even started his Presidency. I already heard rumors of him falling and needing assistance just to get up during the campaign, something Hillary had a problem with, but Trump had similar problems due to his weight. The stress of the Presidency will take a toll on Trump. A guy like DeBlasio who is younger and fitter and then appeals to younger voters and women could easily unseat Trump. This is assuming that middle class voters get screwed, I am assuming that they will get screwed the same they got screwed under Obama.
Also you have to think the Rust Belt voters and Florida voters gave Trump very tenuous support, even in the conservative red states like Texas he won by single digits against Clinton. He is going to the White House with a weak mandate, weaker than George W Bush. The Democrats offered voters the most toxic person possible, Hillary Clinton. If they gave voters Joe Biden, he would have easily beaten Trump, Biden is from a working class background, has the ability to talk the same kind of straight talk that Trump talks throughout his campaign. He told Black voters for example that Mitt Romney would put blacks in chains. LMAO. Biden is a guy who likes working on his Corvette.
Trump loves to exaggerate and BS a lot, especially about himself. The part about Trump being 6’3″ tall is complete BS. Most sources say he was 6’2″ in his youth, and when he was photographed with Obama, Obama looked at least an inch or more taller than him. Trump definitely looks around 236 pounds or more. In terms of health, he is not looking good at all. Fortune Magazine had a photo of both Trump and Obama standing together in the White House. I guess Trump forgot his lifts or his elevator shoes that day.
From the Wikileaks emails, Hillary Clinton really wanted Donald Trump as her adversary in the election but underestimated him. Also did not realize her own personal aide wound up uploading her own emails onto her husband’s iPhone and Laptop which wound being subpoenaed by Jim Comey. So Huma Abedin’s pervert husband and Clinton’s own arrogance did finished off her own campaign.
I am almost certain given the razor thin margins in many states, if Jim Comey did not reopen the investigation, Hillary would have won by 3 to 4 points nationally. But even she would have been a one term deal and that would have been an opening for Ted Cruz or John Kasich to run in 2020. That being said I think Trump is going to do plenty of dumb things that he might wind up resigning or not bother running again in 2020.
Hearing Sarah Palin and Ken Langone, both Trump supporters, attack Trump on Carrier, is not a good sign.

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The point is not whether he will do anything to benefit in the manosphere. The point is he won’t explicitly attack those that the manosphere is comprised of, which is exactly what Obama has been doing and what HRC would have done.

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That might be true, but feminist and women’s groups will do their thing, divorce rates will be high like they always have been. The traditional family that existed years ago is never coming back to America just because Trump is President.
Guys shouldn’t get too excited that Trump is suddenly going to change their world 180 degrees.
The crazy thing is how the liberals compare Trump to Hitler, but there is no real comparison. People compared Obama to Hitler too, also people compared Bush to Hitler as well. The comparisons to them to the German dictator did not hold at all. George W Bush was a class A fuckup and Barack Obama was basically a pop star President which made way for a reality TV star President, Donald Trump. Anyone who knows history knows Trump is closest to Nixon and Hoover in ideology. Many Trump fans think he is the next Reagan. LMAO, we are not going to see another 1980s type golden era starting next year. I lived through the 1980s, they were wonderful times.
Would not be surprised if the Democrats talk Tom Hanks into running for President against Trump in 2020. Considering Trump’s economic picks, the man is going to fail his base supporters big time, he will have low approval ratings for not bringing back factory jobs to America and reign in China’s growth. He might be tougher on immigration from certain high risk countries but overall I think the immigration surge to America will continue because the national demographics show an aging nation.

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How will his economic picks fail his base supporters?

Anyways, I see Trump merely as a calm before the storm, especially for youngers guys like me who haven’t had much time to prepare before the inevitable and nearing collapse — Trump’s presidency will simply act as a buffer zone to prevent this in the time being and give time for guys like me to prepare.

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Check the people he chose for the Treasury and Commerce posts, Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross. He talked about fighting Wall Street and the corporate establishment, both guys come from the corporate establishment.
Steven Mnuchin actually foreclosed on a Trump voter’s home by the way, so this person is really going to make things fairer for working people. Sure whatever. Not that Obama had working people’s best interests at heart either.
The last two Presidents who worked for working people were Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, America did fabulously well under both men. Even Bush Sr. did better than Obama and his son.
Obama was also a populist that pulled the carpet underneath Hillary Clinton 8 years ago and went with the establishment. Obama ran his entire platform on a policy to work for the middle and working class as well, also ending wars and reestablish America’s global standing. In reality he continued George W Bush’s policies just in a different way.
Trump caught onto a populist anger against people screwed over by Bush and Obama, but he is already betraying people by putting establishment types into his Cabinet.
If the working and middle class get left out in the cold, which I believe they will under Trump he will be a one term President. The same would have happened to Hillary Clinton. Neither of the two really connected well with American voters.
Trump barely won in Nelsonville Ohio, a town that Obama won by 40 points in 2012, and is 94 percent white. So his victory among the white working class is very tenuous. If he uses the White House as his own self promotion scheme and does not take the job seriously, he will be out in four years, probably be so unpopular that he won’t bother even trying to run for reelection in 2020, he will be 74 by then which will be even harder.
Trump is also going to deal with the same old Republican party which is not going to toe his line.

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The Alt Right is a fringe group. Trump himself disavowed connection to people like Spencer. Even though Bannon is in the White House, Bannon is more connected to economic and financial interests than white nationalism. He is even looking for ways to get Trump larger numbers of minorities to vote Trump in 2020, like getting 40 percent African Americans and 40 percent Hispanics, Trump got 8 percent of African Americans and 30 percent of Hispanics. He outperformed both groups even while making disparaging remarks about Hispanics.
The Obama White House was anti-white, pro Wall Street and corporate America, left millions of middle class Americans out in the cold. That is why groups like the Alt Right exist, they are disillusioned with Obama and Bush, they will be screwed over by Trump as well.
If we had Hillary Clinton in 2008 rather than Obama, I would not be surprised at seeing a third term Democrat President because Obama was a very polarizing figure in American politics. He was popular initially but the fanfare quickly turned into contempt, he only won a second term because of young voters and minorities who came out to vote for him, Hillary could not get those voters because Bernie Sanders pummeled her so bad.
The Democrats screwed themselves over this year picking a second rate candidate, but I would never underestimate them. Also the anti-Trump crowd is still sizable, particularly in urban areas.
A woman boasted about supporting Trump in an art store in Chicago, now she lost her job. So much for political correctness ending with Trump’s election, Trump himself finds the people acting out in his name to be foolish.

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How was the Obama White House anti-white?

Pro-Wall Street: have you heard of Dodd-Frank?

Left middle class Americans in the cold: that would be congressional Republicans, who obstructed the stimulus plans after the crash to make sure that it was not as big of an economic boost as it needed to be.

You voted for them. Good job!

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The one who heads Globalism isn’t giving up.

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Trump seems to be directionless. He contradicts himself every time he speaks. His administration looks as though it will be made up of the same ol’ Washington insiders he railed against during the campaign, only much less experienced. He’s already backtracked on many of his campaign promises and hasn’t even been sworn in. He is truly out of his league and far too thinned skinned for the job. We are in a dangerous place. I was no Clinton fan but she seemed a hell of a lot safer than what we now will be dealing with for the next four years. I am sorry he won.

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He talked about making America’s military stronger, but in reality he will continue to make it smaller and weaker relative to other nations. Trump himself has openly said he admires Vladmir Putin and calls for friendly relations with Russia. I have no idea how that will benefit the United States since Russia is no ally of America. What you will see is a third of term of Barack Obama. Another globalist in the White House.
Only a fool would believe Trump is an anti-globalist. He is not of the Soros variety, but of the Koch brothers globalist variety.
People were voting for Trump expecting him to bring back the 20th Century golden age of America, its never coming back for a long time.

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Many countries are not reacting to the news very well, and realize America will not be a Superpower for much longer. Trump’s views on foreign policy are drastically different from any other US President over the past 70 years. Its even more so than Barack Obama who had a “lead from behind” philosophy. Trump is going to be a bury your head in the sand President despite talking tough on the campaign trail. He has no military or government experience, he is a man who loves to go to his “safe space”, his palatial homes when things do not go his way.
He wants US allies to pay the US government for their defense, the most likely reaction is that they will rather spend more money on their own defense spending. Especially advanced countries in Western Europe and Japan, so that means America will probably be out of NATO soon, and will not be a world power much longer.

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I´ve struggled like you. To live a peaceful life. I have ave two kids probably will have more. I have enough money I don´t have to work. Honestly thought on moving to the countryside.

But they will pull you back in. They pull you back in.

Si vis pacem, para bellum

You cannot obtain peace by doing peace. That Dao stuff.

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I found this article to be deliciously vibrant, tolerant, and diverse.

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Trump is picking David Petraeus who was CIA Director under Barack Obama as his Secretary of State, Petraeus is a Bilderberg Globalist, so you can see that Trump will continue the lead from behind foreign policy of Barack Obama.
Trump’s foreign policy will be more of the hands off style of Barack Obama, it won’t be the kind from George W Bush. Still will be bad.
Globalists are infiltrating his administration left and right.
Apparently Hillary wants to run again in 2020, wow, what a way to give Trump 8 years in the White House. Any other Democrat would have vanquished Trump, particularly Bernie Sanders, he would have won in a landslide against Trump for his support among young voters alone.
Same with Joe Biden, his working class background and demeanor would have helped carry him in the Rust Belt. Clinton just felt like an entitled rich woman who referred to working class people as deplorable.

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His treasury secretary will be a former Goldman-Sachs executive as well.

So much for being anti-establishment.

Trump is fucking over the people who elected him – some sort of Karmic justice?

Also, I’m very concerned about Trump deporting all the muslims and non-whites in the country, including Roosh’s family.

I hope SWAT teams don’t round up Roosh’s family and dump them in a desert somewhere in Mexico.

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Trump is backing off on his immigration stances as well, since he is aligning with corporate and Zionist interests, both of which want to keep non European immigration to the United States. We won’t see Syrian refugees, but we will see immigrants from other parts of the world. Trump has said he likes Indians, has two Indians in his Cabinet and one Chinese. So we will see more Asians.
The white population worldwide is in decline everywhere, even the country with the highest birthrate in Europe, France, is 30 percent non white. And the average age in France is 40, if you account for white French its probably older, in more homogeneous European countries the average age is 45. Got to love feminism for the decline of white families and the aging of every Western nation into oblivion.
Trump hired a Jewish Goldman Sachs executive who worked as a Hollywood producer, should give you a hint all along who really runs America.
Who is going to clean the toilets, work at fast food restaurants, clean hotels, if the non white immigrants are deported? White people will never do that kind of work. Middle aged whites are not going to do that kind of work. And corporations will not accept the minimum wage going up to $20 an hour if Trump clamps down on immigration, which would put upward pressure on wages. The man is all about making money.
America was going to be screwed either way, Trump or Clinton. Might have had a chance with Bernie.

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I think the country will take a direction from the far left which has been destructive, but many of Obama’s economic policies will remain under Trump. Trump won because the issues of the middle class remain unresolved eight years after the financial crisis. Obama allied himself with the corporate class but decided to push unpopular social issues onto a socially conservative society(mixed gender bathrooms and large scale Muslim immigration). Trump’s potential downfall here is if he fails to bring back jobs to middle America.
Some of these white nationalist types happy about Trump are fooling themselves, Trump’s views on race and immigration are similar to Bill Clinton’s in the 1990s, to the super politically correct butthurt types that is their definition of “racist”. He’s not has politically correct as other politicians. And most people from both parties do not want large scale Muslim immigration to the US, look how well that has worked out for Europe. I read Germany is deploying anti-rape Police for New Years. Allowing millions of Muslims into your country is a great idea!!! Yeah right.

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“large scale Muslim immigration”

WTF are you talking about? Do you even know what the immigration rates are?

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I dont rely on politicans to make the grand social changes.
So just in case with game…Does anyone here know a good free burner phone app. Most of the ones I find last a few days then you gotta pay up.
Figure getting 1 or 2 burner numbers would be great for gaming considering the crazy false rape alllegations and what not.

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Only a complete idiot could vote for Trump, although I must admit I was not a fan of the coal-raking he underwent because of his past dealings with women, which were sleazy, but not deserving of the relentless coverage they received, (which only made HIllary look like someone who wasn’t willing to stick to the issues).

HOWEVER, I DO COMPLETELY agree with the thought that there is a total double standard in western society, where women are raised as princesses who are allowed to engage in any predatory behavior they see fit, and they are given a pass because they are supposedly disadvantaged, while men must bend over backwards to treat the same women with such obeisance that men no longer have any balls and women are free to run over them financially and emotionally.

I had some 32 year old cute blonde private school raised BEEITCH tell me that she was so disadvantaged because she was a woman compared to all men. I couldn’t believe my fucking ears, like this chick knew anything but priviledge her whole life.

Trump totally mined the norm that ALL human resources is now staffed by either foreigners or US women, and that women enjoy huge advantages at the workplace in certain non-dork, all-social professions. Men have been sidelined in many corporate environments, so the pissing and moaning by women about them supposedly making less money is largely horseshit at this point. On top of that, there are many noted cases of women using sexual harassment in totally outrageous lawsuits for millions of dollars.

I wish Trump had 10x the brains he has, so he could properly elucidate what’s gone on with gender roles, and how the Democrat party basically represents women and not all men.

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Spot on. You said this straight from my own mind

Except for the last part. The system has been designed to scratch social issues only on the surface. Even if trump had 20x the brains he has, he wouldn’t bring up gender role issues. The people behind this social re-engineering are higher than the US presidency. Yes, you read me right, it’s the Liberal New World Order, serves the politicians well when you have more to worry about than their inner circle corruption, and no one politician can / is willing to stop it.

The only way to even bring it to their attention is create a trend where American men completely abandon American women and go for South American wives, east European wives or something. When this trend makes it to the national statistics, someone will say “Wait a minute”, something does not look right, American men have become a bigger cause of immigration to the states than the refugee crisis. That’s when someone will listen.

Frankly, if all men in the states were to think like me, Women (at least straight women) would have no choice but to be greatly humbled. The problem is, there are many assholes out there who still exalt beetches and remain affected by their croc tears. How to trivialize the efforts of these irreversibly wussy effeminate dorky Feminist men is the question

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Whatever benefits men and working class people will get from Trump will be symbolic, it will be the same as Obama’s effect on black America, which was only symbolic and nothing more.

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Damn roosh, I respect that that this was your path to Trump, but for the vast majority of us working class people…. it’s much different, we just can’t afford to care about your culture wars.

Meaning, we have bigger fish to fry, bigger problems to be concerned about. For example, our wages have been falling for decades, and nobody offered anything that would remotely improve this situation… except Trump ( Sanders during Primary).

Trump’s opposition to globalist trade policies offers us a new arrangement on the ground rules, basically a rejection of the ‘race to the bottom’ for who can bribe industry back to their countries by ever lowering standards and subsidies. The only innovation that was happening was in offshoring, outsourcing and tax avoidance.

Trump’s opposition to the dominant foreign policy is a reflection of his different priorities on global trade, the reason we do all the constant warring is to push those horrible deals down everyone’s throats. If your nation disagrees the US makes you the next Qaddafi.

Trumps immigration policies are about giving us a reason to root for economic growth in our country, without restrictions on H1Bs our wages stay low no matter what the growth is.

These are the same reasons why Bloomberg fought Trump, the same reasons the DNC cooked up all their usual racism and bigotry, their culture war was all mere pretext for their hard economic interests.

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“nobody offered anything that would remotely improve this situation… except Trump”

He offered you a con. You’ve heard of Trump University, right?

His Labor Secretary hates the minimum wage and loves illegal immigration. Runs a massive fast-food corporation.

“Trump’s opposition to the dominant foreign policy”

You mean like the fact that most of his advisors want to start war with Iran? And Bannon thinks we’re in the “early stages” of a massive global war?

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“Little did I know that I was defining them at their absolute peak, and
barely two years later a candidate who stood for the diametric opposite
of social justice would win the presidency.”

Maybe this is evidence that, aside from them bothering you a lot personally, they weren’t actually all that important.

Why are you calling SPLC “Jewish-operated?” You can’t form a political philosophy by just picking someone you hate and believing the opposite of everything they believe.

Donald Trump getting elected is probably worse for your movement than if he hadn’t been. Now it’s going to conflated with all sorts of extreme views: white supremacism, Nazism, and anti-Semitism, plus economic failure and crony capitalism, and sheer incompetence–all of which you’re already busy defending.

How was “grab em by the pussy” a fake controversy? Is there anything you won’t defend?

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Trump is a terrible president already. He’s already going back on his word. He’s chosen completely establishment candidates into his cabinet. Sure, we all hated Hillary and the SJW’s, but to anoint Trump as our savior is ludicrous. His party wants to get rid of social security and medicare. While immigration is an important topic, it’s a red herring. Businesses hire illegal immigrants because they want to spend less, and when that’s not possible they’ll either move abroad or begin automation.

Also, I think you need help, Roosh. Your website was about banging women abroad, and we see that less and less. Instead you dedicate long tirades against women, your alt-right crap nobody cares about, your safe space, and shit like that. Please, get back to writing guides.

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That would be great, because Trump is pretty much Hillary Clinton with a cock and balls. Much of his policies won’t be much different than if Hillary won and became President elect. In other words life for men is not going to change much over the next four years in America, same old feminist BS, its not going to change. Trump is beginning to echo traditional standard Republican views which in another words is no different than that of the Democrats. Its highly doubtful there will be a wall preventing illegals from entering the US, also its even more unlikely that jobs will return to the US from China. More of the same old nonsense.

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Trump is lately talking about Israel and Russia, now I am confused, I thought he was going to put America First. US subservience to Israel and our Middle East misadventures have put the US in a perilous situation, so in other words he seems to be continuing the same old baloney. Prior to Bush Jr., America was not so directly involved in nation building politics in the Middle East, but it seems that since Trump wants to continue the “Friendship” between the US and Israel, that the same Jewish interests will be taking precedent over America. Russia and the US have never had a good history and also the level of Jewish control in Russia for the most part has been as strong or even stronger than it is in the United States. Jews both on the left and right have wrought havok on American society and particularly on our politics.