This article was originally published on Return Of Kings.

The celebrations have ended and we’ve all come to absorb the fact that Donald Trump is our next President, an outcome that many of us have aggressively worked for in the past several months. Now that we’ve gotten what we wanted, it’s time to describe exactly how a Trump presidency will improve our standing.

If the President can say it then you can say it


The biggest effect we’ll see is the death of political correctness. We now have a shitlord for President who has insulted ugly women as “fat pigs,” and whose private macho talk, which all masculine men have done, was relentlessly attacked by the press but not punished in the voter booth. This means that when you talk like Trump, the first thought your listener will have is, “He sounds like the President of the United States.”

What excuse will they now have for limiting your speech if one man was able to gain the highest office in the land because of it? Either Trump was elected because voters liked a person who makes those kinds of statements or they didn’t care enough that he made them. Whichever explanation you accept means that the will of the American people has stated that you can exercise your free speech, your opinions, and your desire to flirt with attractive women without having to obey a speech police force that evaluates everything you do based on how offensive it is to a kaleidoscope of races and loony identities. You can begin removing your politically correct filter.

I’m in a state of exuberance that we now have a President who rates women on a 1-10 scale in the same way that we do and evaluates women by their appearance and feminine attitude. We may have to institute a new feature called “Would Trump bang?” to signify the importance of feminine beauty ideals that cultivate effort and class above sloth and vulgarity. Simply look at his wife and the beautiful women he has surrounded himself with to remind yourself of what men everywhere prefer, and not the “beauty at every size” sewage that has been pushed down our throats by gender studies professors and corporations trying to market their product to feminist fatsoes. The President of the United States does not see the value in fat women who don’t take care of themselves, and neither should you.

Liberals will be forced to tolerate us in a way they didn’t have to before


There are so many of us that we can ease out of the closet and not be afraid of persecution like before. What are they going to do, fire everyone who supports Trump? Accuse every man who voted for him of rape? The way the establishment has been able to marginalize us is to corner men individually and apply intense pressure, but now we have natural allies in all men who back Trump, even if they don’t subscribe to our particular interpretation of masculinity.

Liberals will not be able to point and shriek to get you to withdraw like before. They will not have easy victories by using labels like “racist” or “sexist.” They will have to endure us in their midst and bite their lip when we offend their degenerate ideals, knowing that the price of attacking us is becoming too costly. It may be as simple as whipping out your MAGA hat, as if it’s a bat signal, and having fellow Trump supporters come to your aid. I know that if I see a Trump supporter in trouble, I will help him, regardless of his race or station. Liberals will be forced to share space with those whom they hate, instead of trying to exile them like in the past.

It will be easier to find a fellow traveler


Men who hold our beliefs have long ago learned that we can’t go around sharing them in public to those who are not vetted. If you’re like me, you first “test” a new man you meet with a masculine comment to see how he responds, such as remarking on the attractiveness of a woman or how you’ve heard of a community online that trolls liberals without mercy. We’ve even had to devise a special “pet shop” code to know if a man is aware of the teachings that are found on ROK or the forum. We now have a easier shortcut in Trump.

If a man tells you that he voted for Trump, it’s safe to say that he is favorable to strong borders, nationalism, masculinity, and beautiful women. On a basic level, you will be able to get along with this man and build a bond. It also works the other way around where you bring up Trump to screen out those who are offended by him. It’s fine if someone is politically indifferent, but if a man opposes Trump then I have to anticipate him attacking or sabotaging me in the future. I will distance myself from him for my own well-being.

The cultural decline will halt


We now have a President who will not encourage anti-male propaganda, rape culture, and female victimhood. While I do have minor concerns on the influence of his feminist-minded daughter, Ivanka, Trump will not continue the attack on men that has been institutionalized since the sexual revolution and accelerated during the eight years of Obama. Because our current cultural dystopia is the result of intense long-term manipulation, it is more than enough for Trump to simply not touch the gender issue to allow the culture to return to a more patriarchal order. Stop feeding the rot and it will die off, allowing biology to naturally reassert itself.

We’ve experienced so many changes in the past decade that we haven’t had a chance to understand what’s going on and adapt. Instead, we’ve been reacting from one blow to the next, whether it’s the loss of our jobs through witch hunts or the rape culture horror that has turned a banal consensual hookup into possible incarceration. Trump’s victory gives us room to begin pushing back against the fictions that have put men in harm’s way.


Paradoxically, the benefits of a Trump presidency will not involve specific actions from Trump. His presence automatically legitimizes masculine behaviors that were previously labeled sexist and misogynist. While we may still get heat for them, it will be less severe and we’ll be less likely to sustain serious damage. Liberals will have no choice but to silently stew on our words and we can more effortlessly connect with men not only for male bonding but also to push back against a demoralized and fractured left. Victories will be far easier to achieve under Trump than Obama.

This is our moment. The door is opening for a renaissance of masculinity where men can take pride in being men, and the best part of it is that we don’t need to wait for Trump to do anything. His victory is more than enough for us to apply our own individual strength in seizing the bull’s horns where we can come out of the politically incorrect closet and assert our beliefs and behaviors. It would be icing on the cake if Trump rolled back anti-masculine laws and policies, but it’s not required, because the power to change ourselves and our country is within our hands. Return Of Kings opened in 2012, and the only surprise for me is how quickly the name is being fulfilled.

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  1. 199Flags November 14, 2016 at 10:11 am

    Good read, this article is the first thing I’ve seen that makes me like the idea of Trump. The less vaginal a country is the better.

  2. 4 Nick 8 November 14, 2016 at 10:13 am

    Grab them by the pussy.

    1. tango November 15, 2016 at 1:08 pm

      yh but dont actually tho

  3. prepz November 14, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Democrats and liberals at large, who are so accustomed to pandering to desperate splinter factions of society, forgot that white males (and females to certain extent) are still in the majority — and apparently saw enough man in Trump to triumph over Hillary, the ideology she champions, and all the minions that drink the Koolaid of perverted socialism and social justice.

    Nixon had to deal with the same kind of cry-bay protests and violence that was, ironically, in response to the Democrats and President Johnson’s Vietnam war brought on growing by the beatnik counterculture, which was much like today’s Millennial social justice movements. Nixon later referred to the base of conservative law-abiding, productive, and peaceful Americans as the “silent majority.” They put Nixon in office over LBJ’s legacy, Hubert Humphrey, in the same way today’s silent majority put Trump in office over Clinton. Against all odds, the silent majority prevailed.

    Now, a Trump victory doesn’t me much to me as a male, as I was already practicing my freedom so be me a man and display patriarchal male qualities in public, still being called out for some of my less that politically correct ideas and behaviors, which are nothing more than traditional values — albeit, with new understanding of women driving my choices and behavior — to that chagrin on females I might add.

    I don’t need, nor ever needed, a strong president to give me this freedom. I merely need to be confident enough to express the freedom I already possessed. I discovered this freedom once I broke free of the institutions that forced me to behave like a beta-boy mangina a few years ago, before the idea of the red-pill and the manosphere were mainstream. And, men don’t need to look to Trump as some kind of savior to their similar predicament of being pussy whipped to behave as the liberal Marxists have demanded for the past few decades. However, if a alpha-male Trump president emboldens men and empowers them to stand up, stand out and speak up against the bullshit, the so be it. A Trump presidency will impact men in this way.

    I just don’t attribute man’s freedom to an elected official who they’ve never met and don’t know as providing a freedom they’ve always had. And if any man wishes to explore the freedom to be manly in more vocal ways, then the most empowering thing he can do is find like-minded red-pill men to share his life with, as they can encourage each other to be bold, to be free. We already have the freedom. We just need to employ and enjoy it.

    Running in a tribe of RP men has shown me that they are ecstatic over Trump’s win, having hope that the social justice landscape will change correspondingly. I think the change is coming, but not because of Trump, but because men who’ve been the silent majority will finally start exercising the freedoms they already have to start speaking out and fighting back against the lunacy of the left. We are also going to take back power from women who stole it by using the political and legal system to steal if from men. The tables have turned. The silent majority is now being heard!

  4. matute November 14, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    I wish I was as optimistic as you are.

    With or without Trump, the courts will continue to favor women, separating men from their children and making them slaves for their ex-wives.

    The government will keep stealing money from men to give it to women.

    The media will keep portraying men as monsters and women as the victims.

    And the schools, all over the country, all over the Western world, will continue to brainwash cohort after cohort with feminist rubbish.

    1. Rob Lux November 14, 2016 at 4:21 pm

      His election is just the first step, we have a ways to go.

      1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 5:12 pm

        Now that Trump is President elect there will be a world of difference between President Trump and candidate Trump. Obama ran on a populist message, much of it thrashing George W Bush and the Republican Neoconservative vision. Trump ran his campaign thrashing the entire establishment saying he will “Drain the Swamp” but I wonder how he will accomplish this feat considering he will have to work with the same old Washington establishment for the next four years.
        He is already backpedaling on many of his promises. The Wall? Its going to be a fence? Deporting all illegals? Only those with criminal records, and on top of that he has no time frame. Banning Muslims? Instead he plans to keep a registry of people entering from certain countries rather than banning Muslims outright. So he is breaking all those promises he made.
        Many of these things Obama has already been doing, he might be more overt about them than Obama. He might roll back regulation, modify ACA, and lower business taxes, but for the most part I do not expect him to change the script too much from his predecessor. That was exactly why so many were disappointed with Obama, that he was largely another Bush.
        His biggest idea for stimulating the economy is going to be a $1 trillion investment in infrastructure, so I think its going to feel like a third term of Obama. Small business has been the life of the economy not government expenditure.
        Remember Trump grew up in the most liberal city in America, was a Democrat most of his life, supported Jimmy Carter against Ronald Reagan in 1980 and then Walter Mondale against Reagan again. He trashed Reagan in a CNN interview in 1987 for his foreign and trade policies. Trump goes back and forth on many issues. Reagan was the Zenith of American power and greatness, I do not think America will ever see a better time again any time for a very long period.
        The industry for screwing over men is worth billions so I do not see it shutting down any time soon.
        Well now we get to see if he matches up to the Gipper, my money is that he will disappoint a lot of people who have compared him to the great one.

      2. Rob Lux November 18, 2016 at 6:08 pm

        I never compared him to Reagan, my vote for Trump was a big middle finger to the UniParty. And as far as not keeping any of his campaign promises, he booted Christie from transition team after he found out he was tapping lobbyists.

      3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 7:14 pm

        Many people compare him to Reagan in the sense that Reagan became President during a low point in American history and turned the country around. I think America is more divided on many grounds today than it was in 1980. People living in the industrial regions that voted for Trump were doing much better when Reagan was voted into office. Detroit and Flint were the richest cities in America, now they are two of the poorest.

        I hope he succeeds in helping the middle class, but not sure if it will happen given he is one man, and he will surrounded by establishment bureaucrats from both parties who do not like him.

        I think he might be more of the same. For years he knocked down Washington, now he has his opportunity to show if he is any better. I already think he is going to be a one term President. Those people in the Rust Belt voted for him because he promised jobs, if they see no results, he is out in four years. The way Washington works it will be hard for him to do anything that he promised. He is not even President and already scaled down his biggest promises on immigration.

        The theory of voter suppression was nonsense, more minorities voted for Trump than for Mitt Romney or John McCain in those Rust Belt States, and many did not bother voting because they hated Hillary Clinton.

        62 percent of this country is white and 38 percent is minority, but among people who voted 70 percent were white and 30 percent were minorities. Minorities are just not reliable voters. Blacks voted for Obama because he was black even though he mainly helped the CEOs and Hollywood big honchos.

        Voter turnout for Trump was lower than that for Mitt Romney probably the most boring guy who ever ran for President. That is why I think if Trump doesn’t follow through he is out in 2020.

      4. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 2:11 pm

        Life in America under Reagan was great, good times will never come back ever again. Trump’s promise to Make America Great Again will be as hollow as Obama’s Hope and Change, in fact he will be a one term deal. People marching in the streets since he got elected. The resistance towards him is unprecedented.
        I think the same would have happened to Hillary Clinton if she won, she would get nothing done.
        The 2016 election reminds so much of 1976, Carter vs Ford, with Trump seeming a lot like Carter, Carter ran on being an Outsider promising to clean up Washington.
        Trump’s platform is the most left wing of any Republican President in history, also he is the only Republican President elect with no military service.
        Some people compare him to Hoover, I hope not, Hoover started the Great Depression. Others say Nixon, that would be another disaster for this country.
        Some people like to compare him to Reagan because Reagan inherited a nation that was falling apart and brought it back from the brink.
        Even though he will be working with Republican Senate and Congress he will will have many adversaries. The big corporate interests are all there.
        Every Republican wants to be like Ronald Reagan because he was the one who turned America around during a particularly difficult point in the nation’s history and easily was one of the most beloved Presidents.

      5. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 9:51 pm

        It will take decades to undo the cultural changes that have took place in America, I am not confident this will last very long. Trump has enemies everywhere, in both parties and among the elite in America, not to mention most of the public dislikes the man. Even George W Bush had a higher favorable rating in his 2004 reelection than Trump.

      6. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 20, 2016 at 9:22 am

        California wants to secede from the Union, LOL, if that were to happen it would guarantee several things, first it would increase the chances that Trump would be able to get reelected which is I think is highly unlikely because he is putting pro globalist people in his Cabinet. It would also increase the odds that there would be many more Republican Presidents and Congresses in the future. It would also permanently cripple the Democratic Party.
        Right now the Republicans had a very lucky break in this election because Trump was a very different candidate but if he fails to deliver on helping working class and middle class voters the Democrats will make a major comeback. The people in the Rust Belt state were voting with their wallets in mind, not on social and religious issues.
        Trump was able to get that 8 percent of voters on the fence who were worried about their finances and bills when the Democrats kicked Bernie Sanders to the curb for Mrs.Wall Street Hillary Clinton. Trump aggressively went into Bernie Sanders mode in June when it became apparent that Sanders would not get the nomination and downplayed his stance on Mexican and Muslim immigrants.

    2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 5:00 pm

      My first wife left me in 2004 around late November, that was after George W Bush was reelected President of the United States. I got screwed over big time. I can tell you that Trump becoming President is not going to make much of a difference for men’s rights. Its going to do as much for men’s rights as Obama’s Presidency did for the rights of African Americans. Over Obama’s Presidency, African Americans suffered higher rates of unemployment, suffered excessive brutality from law enforcement and the criminal justice system, and continued to live separate from mainstream America.

      The reason I believe things will not change much simply with a Trump presidency is that many people did not vote for him, and there is strong opposition to him among many people in America and in the political establishment. Its a step forward not a leap. The kind of America, father knows best society that people used to enjoy, with feminine women, is not going to come back overnight, if ever, decades of cultural changes have evaporated that. Even Trump’s own daughters are ambitious career women.
      There was a strong left wing resistance to Bush. While Trump is a very different President, he seems more interested in domestic issues than international affairs, the left’s response to Trump will be even more intense and ruthless.

      1. Rudi January 6, 2017 at 8:47 am

        African Americans seem to suffer a proportionate a mount of police brutality.

    3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 12:38 pm

      A female reporter in Texas was fired for expressing support for President elect Trump, and a mall Santa in Florida was fired for saying Hillary Clinton is on his “naughty” list, if you think the Left is down, you are wrong, the Left is still very dangerous. There are many places where expressing conservative views can get you in trouble, particularly at work, at a college or university, in the larger coastal cities.
      Someone who worked at a media outlet found out the hard way. Trump is not Reagan in that he sailed through with an overwhelming mandate. Reagan won in 1980 and 1984 by an overwhelming majority of the popular and electoral vote. Trump’s numbers remind me of Jimmy Carter. Trump in fact supported Jimmy Carter against Reagan in 1980 and Walter Mondale against Reagan in 1984, which would have led to the first female in the White House. Goes against the idea that Trump is going to go all in for men’s rights, he was friends with a feminist like Geraldine Ferraro.
      The more frightening thing is that the Left will produce their own “Donald Trump” in 2020.
      Trump walked across the finish line in this election based on thin margins in economically depressed Rust Belt states and Florida. In Michigan he won by 10,000 votes. Florida it was a little over 100,000, interesting thing was the Hispanic turnout was more than double but 30 percent of Hispanics in Florida voted for him.

    4. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 9:49 pm

      The legal industry is worth billions and courts love to give deference to mothers and screw over fathers. Every ex-husband is a suspected domestic abuser until proven otherwise. If you think this will end under Trump you are myopic. The left is not out, Trump is appointing two openly homosexual men in his cabinet. And Trump himself is a New York liberal. He is not your traditional conservative Christian Republican with the traditional idea of family, in fact, he is an Athiest.
      The feminist bullshit in the West will continue, maybe it won’t be as bad as it would under Clinton who would have put things into hyperdrive but women will be able to screw over men in American courts.
      Did Billy Bush get his job back at NBC? No I don’t think so.

    5. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 20, 2016 at 9:55 am

      That and the birthrates in the Western world still won’t change, they all point to decline, the US today is only 60 percent white, average adult is 38 years old, average female is 39, well past the age for bearing children. 1980 average person was 30, this doesn’t bode well for America remaining white. Even people believing America going back to being white under a Trump Presidency, not happening. The Wall? Its going to be a fence. Banning Muslims? Screening of immigrants and visitors from certain countries.
      Non white birth rates in America are much higher than white birth rates. Of the 11 million illegals in the US, 6 million are Mexicans, there are 60 million Latinos in the US and they are fastest growing group and will only get bigger.
      Trump’s campaign CEO is now looking for a strategy to attract both Black and Latino voters. So much for a return to a white Christian America out of a Norman Rockwell painting. Many of the people who voted for Trump in the Rust Belt did so because they felt they had nothing to lose, and if you look at the numbers, Trump barely beat Hillary in all those states except for Ohio. So if the economy does not dramatically turn around in those places in the next couple of years, Trump will lose those voters to the Democrats in 2020. The Democrats finally have shunned Hillary Clinton and put Bernie in the driver’s seat. If they did this in July, Bernie would be President elect. He was far more consistent on the message of the middle class and trade than Trump. Then again this would hurt Obama’s ego to have Bernie succeed him because it would expose Obama as a corporate lackey.

    6. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 20, 2016 at 10:30 am

      This has been going on for decades in Western countries, high divorce rates and courts favoring women in divorces. Trump himself has been married three times, divorced twice. Had his reputation dragged through the mud during his first divorce. If you think Trump is going to suddenly be a victory for traditional men you are wrong. The last traditional man in the White House was Ronald Reagan. Maybe George HW Bush as well, Bush Sr. was more of a beta though.

    7. Sorn55 December 8, 2016 at 1:53 am

      Yeah I think this is true

    8. disqus_2015ScorpioWater January 3, 2017 at 5:15 pm

      This is true, while Trump won the election, the media has brainwashed a large percent of the American population into thinking that Trump is a new Hitler/Mussolini figure. The propaganda is working well with minorities, women, and younger people especially Millennial youth. So it remains to be seen how much Trump can change things. Which I believe is not that much.

  5. feminists are idiots November 14, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    I think Trump is an ignoramus, but NOT because of the stuff he said. Who gives a shit about what he said 20 years ago to a broad. It is like, for these stupid moaning bitches who moan and bitch about him, there are no worse problems. The guy is just an arrogant asshole who became rich with his dad’s money, however I am GLAD he won, for one reason: it is a very hard blow for all those stupid feminist bitches (female and male). It was hilarious to see all these stupid bitches sulking and crying :). However I think Trump is too ignorant to be a president, no less. Let’s face it, that idiot believes bullshit conspiracy theories,he is just an overgrown baby! God knows what will happen to America, honest. I am all for ridiculing feminist idiots, and Clinton was not perfect, however it is a case where one is bad and the other worse. Yeah we all had enough of these idiots saying about how Trump degraded, raped and humiliated them all, but having Trump as the leader of such a big nation? The guy is a scammer, people (admittedly, idiots) have been defrauded through his ‘real estate university’.

    1. gouv November 14, 2016 at 7:05 pm

      ^Pure bullshit. Go cry elsewhere, cuck.

      1. dev November 15, 2016 at 12:19 am

        But why did you start crying ?

      2. gouv November 15, 2016 at 1:40 pm

        I think you’re confused, bub.

    2. Days of Broken Arrows November 15, 2016 at 10:31 am

      “The guy is just an arrogant asshole who became rich with his dad’s money…” Actually not easy to do, despite what the media thinks. I know offhand about a dozen men who were given big sums of money and either lost it or failed to capitalize on it. Trump could have made bad investments, partied for decades, or simply put it in the bank and let it barely grow. Since the average person isn’t adept enough to take a mere $500 and double it in the stock market, someone who generates as much wealth as Trump should be praised, no matter where the seed money came from.

      1. Kingsley Davis November 15, 2016 at 11:13 am

        I cringed a bit when i defended Steph Curry in an argument that his pedigree is only a fraction of his success.

      2. Aldous Huxley November 15, 2016 at 11:40 am

        Failures would have already improved themselves if they could face the truth.

      3. redpillyogi November 16, 2016 at 7:52 pm

        “generates as much wealth …should be praised”…..except when that wealth was gained in a highly corrupt manner. i.e. George Soros’ wealth. we should not be praising George Soros unless you are a fan of stockholm syndrome.

      4. Jim Brauker November 18, 2016 at 5:39 pm

        Give 100 people 1 million dollars. Wait one year and about 1 out of the hundred will have any of it left. And 1 in a thousand will have grown it. And 1 out of 10 million will become worth 3.6 billion with it in only a few decades.

      5. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 5:48 pm

        He inherited a great business model from his father, he was mostly making housing for low and middle income renters, but he wanted to develop luxury real estate which has been his focus for most of his life.
        There is part of me that thinks whatever he has in mind to make the government more efficient and run like a business will get watered down once he is surrounded by traditional politicians and bureaucrats.

    3. Aldous Huxley November 15, 2016 at 11:39 am

      Get out, (((feminists are idiots))).

    4. Jim Jones Koolaid November 17, 2016 at 5:40 pm

      I don’t think you were paying attention, this election all the demons and the conspiracy theories came out. You didn’t see the FBI release the Tesla files? Or that someone on Hillary’s side had a supreme court justice killed? Or that Citigroup basically told Obama who to hire for his cabinet?Or that Podesta had spirit meals? Or that Hillary is likely trafficking children from Haiti? Or that George Soros just tells Hillary what to do at times, and she does it. Or that our government wants and has been engineering us to be dumb and compliant and they are worried because they have been losing compliance? Haha but fluoride and vaccines are good for you, and 911 was done by terrorists. The only fraud I see here is you.

      1. Jim Brauker November 18, 2016 at 5:40 pm

        Almost everything you cite is a false news story.

      2. Jim Jones Koolaid November 19, 2016 at 12:05 am

        Right because wikileaks is the fake news and CNN is the beacon of truth. Go peddle your Bullshit to the brain damaged left who need reality blended and spoon fed to them.

    5. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 12:47 pm

      Trump is not ignorant, he is an Ivy educated New Yorker, also he got into his school as a transfer, not because his family had connections like Bush Jr. Trump has railed against free trade for over 30 years. Manufacturing has provided plentiful middle class employment for millions of Americans, its why many people in rust belt states voted for Trump, average wages in those places around 20 years ago used to be around $25 an hour with benefits, this was 20 years ago, now many people in those same places work in service jobs (ie Walmart IHOP) making $10 an hour with no benefits. Wonder why they voted from Trump?
      And still he won by very small margins.
      The mainstream media says globalization is good for America, tell that to people who live in Michigan, Ohio, Western Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
      Despite the mainstream media saying the US economy is strong many working class Americans cannot pay their bills.
      When people saw Donald Trump, a wealthy educated billionaire telling them the system is rigged against ordinary people and that people like him are benefiting while ordinary people are being tossed aside, his message caught on with a good number of working class voters.
      The Democrats got arrogant and tossed Bernie Sanders out, Sanders had a similar message towards the working class, Sanders also had a similar idea about immigration and foreign policy but was not as outspoken as Trump, but the Democrats decided to choose Hillary Clinton a woman who was under FBI investigation as their candidate and despite that she wound up beating Trump in the popular vote.
      If the election was Trump vs Sanders, we would be talking about President Bernie Sanders today.

  6. Field Artillery November 14, 2016 at 3:30 pm

    Grab them by their pussy’s

  7. Griffin Mill November 14, 2016 at 3:33 pm

    This was a tremendous, tremendous article, believe me.

  8. Rob Lux November 14, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    Are the national meet ups coming back?

  9. Join The NRA November 14, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    The Trump victory is a victory for the middle class, for Alpha men, and for people who want a paycheck instead of a welfare check!!!

  10. Michael Costa Giroux November 15, 2016 at 1:25 am

    “While we may still get heat for them, it will be less severe and we’ll be less likely to sustain serious damage.” ” The door is opening for a renaissance of masculinity where men can take pride in being men”. Where do you live?

  11. Jack North November 15, 2016 at 3:00 am

    Living in South Korea since Obama’s inauguration, I’ve seen the creeping influence of feminism and degeneracy take an extremely strong foothold here as well. 4 years ago, South Korea elected their first female president, who is also the daughter of the strongman dictator/president from the 70’s. She has turned out to be amazingly disastrous, throwing the social, political and economic systems into utter turmoil.

    In the last 4 years, Tinder and hookup culture have grown exponentially while feminine behavior is on the sharp decline. There are more pixie cuts, dyed hair jobs, tattoos, gays and trannies, as well as an extremely malevolent gotcha culture and the demonization of men and general masculine activities. Even in this East Asian culture where respect for elders is paramount, if you are male then you are fair game.

    While South Korea may still be performing well on paper, just like the States we can see the downward spiral of collapse and the eventual death rattle. Fortunately however, our elections are once every 5 years so the residents of South Korea will have a year to observe Trump before (hopefully) replacing their current garbage with a more traditional masculine leader.

    1. Aldous Huxley November 15, 2016 at 11:41 am

      Isn’t she brainwashed by a cult and a megalian?

    2. Jim Jones Koolaid November 17, 2016 at 5:42 pm

      Women are easier to control, and if men at least get sex, they don’t tend to fight.

  12. FHRITP November 15, 2016 at 6:37 pm


  13. Djay November 15, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    Thank god he got elected. If america become great again under his leadership, there is gonna be other candidates in western countries who will present in elections.

    Before, we only got Putin as suitable leader. Now we got Trump too.

    Europe will have to continue with this trend (Brexit, Trump). I hope far right governments get elected there in 2017. Merkel and others puppets have to get out !

    Canada have to get rid of this LGBT care bears Trudeau. I hope Trump will kick his ass.

    Culture is created by mass agreement. Agreement is created by attention. And Trump will receive a lot of attention in the 4 next years.

    Long live to Trump !

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 7:31 pm

      Peter Thiel is going to be one of the top people in Trump’s administration, his ambassador to the UN will be an out of the closet homosexual. I guess Trump was serious about being pro LGBT. This is why I am skeptical that feminists will be in complete retreat, Trump will be a setback for them but it will be temporary at best.

  14. MCGOO November 16, 2016 at 12:55 am

    Everyone is allowed to say “grab (insert word) by the balls” agreed? Oooh so you can grab the MAN’S jewels and it’s fine and dandy. ANYONE is allowed to grab the balls of whatever and no one bats an eyelash. I even had a high school counselor who told everyone to grab everything by the balls whether it be career, life challenges or obstacles. I once heard a girl’s softball coach screaming at her teen players to “grab it by the balls” and the parents in the bleachers thought nothing of it.

    But why? Why can they grab BALLS but we can’t grab PUSSY? It just ain’t fair. Well I’m not letting anyone grab ME by the balls especially if I can’t grab their pussy back. The leftoid shits that refuse to be fair about annoy me to no end. Yeah think about it. If they can grab my balls and go around saying it all the time then WHY CAN’T I grab their pussy? All this ball grabbing talk going around . . hey we men have got a big big amount of PUSSY GRABBING we’re looking at if the playing field is to ever be levelled. The next time a woman says “grab it by the balls”, I’m going to say “Whooa not so fast. Now it’s GRAB IT BY THE PUSSY. Like where on Earth have you been for the past week? Don’t you know TRUMP is pres elect now? Now we say “grab it by the PUSSY”. YEAH!

  15. DeCode November 16, 2016 at 7:50 am

    Whats going on at RoK? All I get is “cannot establish database connection”.

  16. Lukia November 16, 2016 at 10:18 am

    I don’t think you need to worry about the influence of Ivanka. Trump has known her all his life, and so if her feminist ways had any effect on him it would’ve taken hold by now.

    And aren’t you of Iranian heritage? Trump and the nationalism he inspires is supposed to be a threat to you. Make America white again!

    1. Jim Jones Koolaid November 17, 2016 at 5:44 pm

      Opening a flood gate of immigrants into a welfare state is called theft. Being against illegal immigrants isn’t racist,its smart.

  17. metallic November 16, 2016 at 9:19 pm

    While I like Trump, if he really wanted to make America better he would at least import foreign women to even out the terrible American gender ratio once he deports the criminal illegal men, which we’ll see if he does. There does appear to be some collusion between him & the elites, at least more than most of his supporters are willing to admit.

    So much gets blamed on the left/feminism/SJW stuff when it’s forgotten the US has over 12 million additional men in the 18-45 age bracket. Unless the ratio evens out, don’t expect much to change. Some women are going to be perpetually pissed off under Trump, and SJW’s combined with the general narrative of “look how we elected” will not mean the US will automatically become better for straight men, although many alt-right guys want to believe that.

    Just look at the “Jonathan Soma singles map.” The US is basically China or India in terms of ratio.

    Legalization of prostitution would possibly be the quickest way to MAGA. I’m sure Trump isn’t against it, but to appease the right he would have to say he is.

    It’s not fun having to navigate through hordes of fat women to find one decently thin woman then know her phone is in a constant revolving door of orbiters.

    Even using airtight game doesn’t mean what it used to, there’s just too many men for her to entertain your conversation half the time.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 7:28 pm

      Trump was for abortion and Planned Parenthood before he got the nomination and now he is against it. So he is kind of going with the flow of the mainstream Republican Party. That being said he is pro gay rights. Two of his cabinet members will be homosexual men, that being said I am not totally sold on him pushing a pro traditional male society because of these views.

    2. Jim Jones Koolaid November 19, 2016 at 12:22 am

      That would be amazing if only women were allowed to immigrate to the US.

  18. Mr. Portugal November 16, 2016 at 11:37 pm

    Great work Roosh. I found about about you through a feminist column in a major newspaper in Portugal. I was very angry – just taken the red pill at the time – and was saying the same things you say. So my friends showed me the article, in a mocking way. I bought Bang and Day Bang and I like your cultural reflections here on the blog as well. Many of my friends agree with me by the way, they just don’t say it out loud – but I can tell they are listening and will be thinking about it. So congratulations. Keep fighting the good fight!

  19. Darwin November 17, 2016 at 3:16 am

    Best thing that has happened to US in many decades. If he had not won the US would have spiraled into irreversible decline. My mood has gone from sour to hopeful since the election. I have not been this optimistic about the future in many years.

  20. Paul November 17, 2016 at 4:50 am

    I knew people would stand up against corrupted ‘male hating Feminism’ and dysfunctional PC cultural but I thought it would take another 10 years at least!! I use to hate Americans due to the poison that Hollywood spread all over the world and their mainstream media but know I know that it wasn’t what the people wanted! They were just 2 scared to stand up and say how fucked up things have become and now taking a stand!! I worry about the children cause they are the future where we keep seeing the next generation worst than the last… This has to stop where I hope Trump will be save us all!!

  21. Pan November 17, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Love this article. BTW, got banned by RawStory. Some precious snowflake didn’t like my comment there for defending Roosh.

  22. Lace&Gears November 17, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    OK, douchebag, then we have the right to hold you and your acolytes to the same standard. BE the strong, protective, self-sacrificing MEN you’re supposed to be. And you’d better be ripped — we women won’t stand for being squashed by your beer bellies during sex!

    1. Jim Jones Koolaid November 17, 2016 at 5:52 pm

      This has got to be the dumbest comment I’ve seen in a while. You will hold us to something? You think we would be strong and protective and sacrifice ourselves for such an obviously worthless woman? I wouldn’t even piss on you if you were on fire. But hey maybe you can get one of those super pussy guys, you know the ones no woman wants and no man respects.

  23. Guy Breeze November 18, 2016 at 12:07 am

    Best thing about it is , I now know who all the racist minded types are in my neighborhood and work environment. Proudly (foolishly) displaying their red hats. No more PC shit. This is awesome. I kind of suspected what their real issue was with Obama. Now i know. Man-splaining about his policies was an excuse and diversion. Wait until this idiot ( Prez-elect Chump) finds out that its a real job. He might need some tips from the Harvard guy. No more attending UFC fights . Boo hoo

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 7:20 pm

      In my experience liberals are far more racist than conservatives. Most people who voted for Trump were just sick of the establishment screwing over the little guy. Sick of Neocon Republican warmonger running for President, what happened if we got stuck with Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, or Ted Cruz, all Neocon puppets?
      The Neocons all put their money behind Hillary once Trump got the nomination, they went as far to deny Trump the nomination at the RNC to give it to Ted Cruz. All the big Wall Street and Defense Industry money went behind Hillary Clinton, now all that money went to waste.
      The thing that is scaring many is that Trump’s foreign policy vision will be sharply different than any President in 70 years but I guess that he might cave into pressure to remain with NATO but have the US play a smaller role and focus on America.
      The Democrats were arrogant and threw their weight behind a person like Hillary Clinton when the masses wanted Bernie Sanders. Now that Hillary lost, they are looking to Sanders to turn their party around, the problem is that Sanders will be 79 years old in 2020. Hillary is the subject of not one but four FBI investigations, the first for a Presidential candidate representing a major party. If you are applying for a job for the highest job in the land you should be of sound character, being the subject of a criminal investigation by the Feds disqualifies you in a sane and rational society, despite this she got more votes than Trump.

      1. Guy Breeze November 20, 2016 at 4:05 am

        Someone who would cave in to policy that would compromise campaign promises that supposedly validated the support for his candidacy can not be viewed as possessing a sound character. You’ve only made the argument that none of them can be trusted. At this point the emperor (POTUS) can only be seen for what he truly is; that is …Naked! ( a figurehead).

      2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 20, 2016 at 9:16 am

        Most Presidents usually break their promises, there are very few who live up to their campaigns. Make America Great Again was Ronald Reagan’s campaign motto in 1980, actually it was Let’s Make America Great Again, America was in shambles in the 1970s, the country experienced its best decade in the 1980s, never saw another decade like it where ordinary Americans prospered and were able to achieve the American dream.
        That happening when Japan and Germany were nipping away at America’s manufacturing industries but still the US was a place where there were many ways to make money compared to today.
        The S&P 500 tripled under Reagan, it only went up 50 percent between 2005 to 2013 by comparison. Its unlikely to fare much better under Trump.
        Also China is a much different economy from Japan, Japan is a high wage country with a comparable living standard to the US, same with Germany, China is a country where companies outsource their production. Not only that China is the biggest owner of US debt, Trump is going to start a trade war with China?? I don’t think so.

  24. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Trump lost the popular vote, but won the election because of the electoral college, he won Rust Belt states by very small margins. He still continues to have high unfavorable ratings, and since elected he has begun to moderate himself from previous positions, particularly immigration and from international alliances.
    Things will change to a small degree under Trump but don’t count on miracles. Also the system that favors women over men in America won’t change much in four years of Trump. In fact, I believe the media and left wing organizations will now go into overdrive, even more so than they did against George W Bush.
    Trump’s agenda unlike Bush won’t be on the international scene but more on America, but that still won’t stop the Left.
    Hillary Clinton was relying on minority voters to move her across the finish line, she made a very bad assumption given she and her husband have screwed over minorities ever since they entered DC politics. In fact 30 percent of voters were minorities this year, and larger numbers of them voted for Trump than the Republican candidate in 2012 and 2008. This considering the fact that 38 percent of America is minority, while 62 percent of this country is white. Whites are more reliable voters, working class voters helped Trump cross the finish line. That being said, if Trump doesn’t live up to his promises those same working class voters will not being supporting him again.
    The main difference I see for Trump compared to Obama is that his foreign policy will be far less hawkish, you won’t see him support regime change in Middle Eastern countries, and he will be tougher on immigration, but that being said he will still be in bed with the big corporate interests, still increase government spending, and the manufacturing jobs America has been losing will still not be there in four years. His age will make it highly unlikely he will be a two term President. That being said we would have wound up with a one term Hillary Clinton and then Ted Cruz in 2020 who is a Neoconservative.
    All the big Neoconservatives were supporting Hillary Clinton, William Kristol, Bush Sr, Robert Kagan, David Brooks, they were all against Trump. These were the same people behind the disaster of George W Bush.
    Now we have to wait and see how the first year of Trump takes shape.

    1. Jim Jones Koolaid November 19, 2016 at 12:20 am

      He did win the popular vote when you back out all the dead people and illegals who voted. And thats ignoring the outright voter fraud ala “fraction magic” in the voting machines.

      1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 12:07 pm

        The Electoral College balances out smaller states versus more populous coastal states. If Congress did away with it, the Republican Party would never have any chance at the White House again, but that being said, Trump did not run for the White House like your typical Republican, he appealed to middle class and blue collar voters, that is why he won, he wasn’t the traditional Bush-Reagan Republican reaching out of Bible thumping religious types. Many of the people who voted for Trump in the Rust Belt were people who voted Democrat for years, many of them voted for Obama in both 2008 and 2012 only to see Obama enriched Wall Street and multinational corporations.
        Trump’s margins in the Rust Belt were very thin, so I think if things do not improve in those states in the next couple of years, a Bernie Sanders or someone else will steal Trump voters in 2020.

      2. Jim Jones Koolaid November 19, 2016 at 4:08 pm

        He actually got massively more black and hispanic votes than Romney.

      3. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 19, 2016 at 7:41 pm

        That is what I noticed, 30 percent of Hispanics voted for Trump, and Hispanic voter turnout was 130 percent higher than it was from 2008. It was enough to make a difference in places like Florida. Also black voters in Michigan and Pennsylvania voted for Trump. That being said they did it out of willing to give him a chance and his margin of victory in all the Rust Belt states except for Ohio were quite small. Florida was also thin. So if his promise of plentiful jobs doesn’t happen, those states will go back to the Democrats.

        The Democratic Party suddenly gave a lot of power back to Bernie Sanders after royally screwing him over. We would have been talking about President elect Sanders right now if the DNC pushed behind Sanders. He easily outperformed Hillary and most importantly was not the subject of an FBI criminal investigation which gave Trump plenty of rhetoric to hurl at Clinton.

        These Rust Belt voters only care about one thing, jobs, if they see no progress, they will go back to the polls and vote out Trump in four years. They don’t care about the religious and social issue bullshit that people in the South and Coastal areas care about, they want jobs.

  25. Jim Brauker November 18, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    Raise your drinks in a toast gentlemen. There is an alpha male in charge.

    1. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 18, 2016 at 5:44 pm

      Nobody saying nothing about Bill Clinton or Huma Abedin’s ex husband. Huma’s ex Anthony Wiener was the one sending inappropriate messages and emails to an underage girl that prompted the FBI to take his laptop and smartphone, which the FBI discovered to have the Clinton server emails. And that incidentally destroyed Hillary’s campaign.
      Powerful people and corporate interests donated billions to Hillary and some deviant destroyed her campaign in the last minute.

  26. Jenjen November 18, 2016 at 5:49 pm

    I am RELIEVED and overjoyed that we have a man’s man, an unapologetic alpha, at the wheel.

  27. TyKo Steamboat November 20, 2016 at 1:13 am

    Just fantastic. I am so happy for masculine men, Roosh, ROK & the USA.
    Living in Ukraine 6 months a year & Colorado 6 months a year, it will be less difficult to be in the Rocky Mountains surrounded by all the hippies & liberals half the year.

    This is hard to believe as I thought the bus tapes were far too damming. Yet, the timing of them were just right. 1 week before the election & it could have been devastating. You could see American sheep going to the polls & voting with emotion. & even with the evil Clinton campaign with 72% of the social media & T.V. smear ads, Trump still won. I thought 5 weeks out it was just too much to overcome.

    I never was ashamed to be a white, healthy, masculine, heterosexual, tax paying American man.

    The biggest lie about USA is “Freedom of speech” Its not true. In public, private, work or anywhere, you are in danger if you are a conservative man speaking aloud. If you are anyone else, it’s ok, … there is a double-standard.
    (It’s strange cause in Ukraine you can say the absolute most hardcore things & girls think you are more manly…maybe it’s just because I get a pass as a foreigner??)

    Death to Globalism & political correctness. Thanks, TRUMP!

  28. Baphanoid November 20, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    It means nothing. Suspect of everything and everybody. If Trump does half of the things he said he won´t last a month.

  29. Baphanoid November 20, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    Btw about Assange I always suspected if they wanted to take you down it would be something similar to Assange. First you would be wiped out. And after somebody would write content. Mediocre content and with time you would become irrelevant and fade away. I never wrote this cause I didn´t want others to read it. Believe it or not. Do you have a dead man switch Roosh? Who will no if you disappear. The problem is pedophilia. When you touch this. It´s end game. They´re luciferian. Some even didn´t want to do the pedo stuff but to enter the circle they have to.

  30. Baphanoid November 20, 2016 at 8:08 pm

    The people which are not controlled oposition are dead or soon to be.

  31. Baphanoid November 20, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    People don´t get this is an intricated web. It goes from the director to the guy who mops the floor. They are all in it. You cannot clean it. Or drain it. Without a revolution to reset it. And then the rotten begins again. The MSM, the journalists. They don´t give a fuck. They´re in it for the cash. For the nevy of the fellow colleague. They are all worthless pieces of scum. There´s no personal opinion. Profit from this shit Roosh. Profit. And get a plane to a safe place. I believe they are launching a disinformation campaign. The elite decided there will be chaos. To establish the new world order. And chaos will happen. It started with 9/11. This was the start button being pushed.

  32. Baphanoid November 20, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    Assange was used. The rise of populism will lead to war. If 2+2=4. It happened in the last century and it will happen again.

  33. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 20, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    Life is getting better after Trump got elected, tell that to this guy:

    A man minding his own business nearly got strangled by a stranger for wearing a MAGA hat, can’t get a cup of a coffee for wearing it, gets refused service at a pizza shop for it. This never happened even if you supported Bush after he invaded Iraq in the most liberal parts of America or Ronald Reagan. The whole situation is fucked in the USA, its only getting worse.

    Its the same thing black people were telling themselves when Obama became President, they were finally going to get their share of the great American dream. Well the American dream faded away with the financial crisis of 2008.

    America hit its peak with Ronald Wilson Reagan, and its been a downhill slide ever since. Even Trump himself was asked when was the last time America was great and he points to the 1980s, that was when he was flourishing both professionally and personally. He was not the biggest fan of Reagan at the time but seems to look back on the era at the high point of his life.

    Every American President since, starting with George HW Bush has aggressively pushed a globalist agenda, if you think Trump is not a globalist you are not paying attention. His business interests are all over the world.

  34. Sorn55 December 8, 2016 at 1:54 am

    I voted for Trump probably subconsciously for some of these reasons listed here.
    However I also voted for him, because white people today, specifically white men no matter what your age is have absolutely no political rights.

  35. Sorn55 December 8, 2016 at 1:56 am

    I think Trump is the first step towards something I created.
    I wrote a short novella
    Called Beginning.
    It’s by Stephen Crowe. It’s on Amazon Kindle for 2.99, and it might possibly present a method in which not only do white people and men regain their lost civil rights but be a perfect solution to end most race issues forever.

  36. ALinoge January 6, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    You actually think Trump’s win changed America overnight and gives despicable assholes a license to act like themselves in public? Good luck with that. lol

  37. John Doser December 10, 2017 at 8:14 am

    So Roosh, I didnt vote Trump but now that he’s banned all you inbred koran cousin thumpers from Iran Im starting to like him, lol.