If you’ve ever used the phrase “conspiracy theory” to brush off an idea, the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States takes a shot of its favorite liquor, because it was them who deliberately popularized the term to mean “paranoid” and “crazy.” All Americans born after the 1960’s have been installed with a mental stop program whenever an idea is proposed that suggests planning or coordination by those who are stronger than them. In other words, you have been programmed not to think at all about the plans or agenda of the globalists who own most of the world’s wealth. Unless you have broken free from this programming, your brain simply won’t allow it.

“A Group Of Anonymous Men Who Live Around The World Is Using The Internet To Propagandize Men Into Hating Feminism And Independent Women”

That sounds like a zany conspiracy theory, doesn’t it? But it’s actually true. Using Return Of Kings, I coordinate privately with over a dozen men to publish information that aims to defeat ideas of the far left. All of us share similar interests and so we band together to push our ideas upon the masses.

“Twice A Month, A Small Group of American And British Men Meet At A Secret Cafe In Poland To Discuss How To Mold The World In Their Image”

Another conspiracy theory, right? Nope, this is true as well. I meet twice a month with men at a location that is not published publicly. We talk about ways to spread our message and usher in the age of patriarchy once again.

“During The Summer Of 2015, Private Meetings Involving Over 350 Men Took Place In Six International Cities To Discuss The Collapse Of Degenerate Western Culture”

Guilty as charged! My lecture tour this year involved six separate events that discussed the future path of Western society. The location of these meetings were not publicized.

The above three examples aren’t conspiracies but actual plans by men who share the same ideas and want to discuss ways of spreading them around the world. This is what men have done since time immemorial. They meet over dinner and drinks, talk about the problems they face, and then discuss solutions to solve them. They network with one another, find common ground, and exchange favors. And yet the second you propose that men of the most upper classes meet in such a manner, it’s a “conspiracy theory.”

If men of my station are meeting and sharing ideas on how to change the world, you better believe that the richest 10,000 men are doing so as well. In fact, not only do they meet casually throughout the year, they also have huge yearly summits with names like Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission, World Economic Forum, Bohemian Club, and Club Of Rome. They also spend billions of dollars to create hundreds of non-profit organizations, think tanks, and political action committees that incubate their ideas and spread them further with the aim of affecting world policy and mainstream thought, a job made easier for them since they own all major media outlets.

Do you think you are allowed to see what goes on in their meetings? Well, do you think you will get a transcript of my little Polish meetings? Do you think you’ll get audio recordings of what was said in private over drinks after my lectures? Of course not. Some of my lectures will be shared publicly, but the one-on-one conversations I had with men, some of whom have high positions in the government, military, and Fortune 500 companies, will never be shared. This is how groups work. Just because you don’t see planning with your own eyes doesn’t mean it’s not taking place.

You may be thinking that I’m stating the obvious of group functions, but when an idea backed by evidence is proposed showing that certain groups—through basic coordination—are pushing barely elaborate programs onto society, it’s a “conspiracy theory” that must not be thought of. It’s no coincidence that people only use that phrase when it’s a plan by elite groups, not by groups with little power. No one is going to call my actions a conspiracy because I’m just a small fish, but the minute someone like lovable geek Bill Gates claims he wants to reduce the world population by billions through “vaccines, health care, and reproductive health services,” it’s suddenly a conspiracy theory to label his efforts as “depopulation,” even though it came from his own mouth.

All hypotheses are either fiction or fact. If the idea does not have enough evidence then it cannot be considered fact. The problem with “conspiracy theory” is it closes people off to even considering the evidence. History shows that the elite of the United States have executed crazy plans to further their own interests, and they are certainly even more capable of doing it now when it comes to controlling both the behavior and minds of the population, solely to increase their wealth and power. The only question is through what specific plans they have and through which mechanisms.

If we can understand those plans then we can better devise countermeasures to stop them, but this will take a clear-headed mind that carefully examines sound evidence on hand, instead of immediately brushing off the fact that those in power come up with plans just like we do. The only difference between us and them is that they can make their plans come to fruition thanks to the immense power they have within all American institutions, including law enforcement, military, spy organizations, media, universities, NGOs, and so on. I have no doubt that if my friends and I had the power they did, our plans would become reality in a very short amount of time, and that’s no conspiracy theory.[culturewar]

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  1. Clark Kent September 18, 2015 at 9:51 am

    Someone scoffed at a comment I made earlier this week and called it a “conspiracy theory”. I wasn’t attached to the idea but I presented it because we were already talking about government.

    I claimed that the recently passed bill in Canada, Bill C-51, is intended to keep educated and talented Canadians from leaving the country. Bill C-51 entails that any Canadian with dual-citizenship can have their citizenship revoked without trial to crack down on terrorism. This bill forces a Canadian to think twice about leaving the country to find better economic opportunities elsewhere.

    This could just be a coincidence… But is it such a stretch to think that governments consider these kinds of effects that their policies have on society?

      1. Clark Kent September 18, 2015 at 10:35 am

        Yes you’re right, my mistake.
        Bill C-51 was the anti-terrorism law that was passed. Gives the government more freedom to look into people’s private information if they are suspected of terrorism.
        Bill C-24 is this new two-tier citizenship system where those with dual-citizenship status can have their Canadian citizenship revoked if there is suspicion of terrorism.
        Working in New York is fine, because it’s expected that you’ll bring your tax dollars back to Canada. But if you obtain a US citizenship you can technically have your Canadian citizenship revoked.

      2. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 12:39 pm

        I really doubt that becoming a citizen of another country can later result in losing one’s Canadian citizenship.
        Canada still will have to be able to prove that the person in question is guilty of terrorism or any other major crime against humanity or the state of Canada.
        Nobody will ever revoke the citizenship of a person who decides to go abroad to seek greener pastures and later chooses to obtain the citizenship of another country.

      3. Clark Kent September 18, 2015 at 1:56 pm

        Have you gotten your overseas citizenship?
        Maybe I am actually being paranoid… But it definitely made me consider the fact that the government has removed a barrier to directly effecting me based on the fact that I’ve invested elsewhere.

      4. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 2:01 pm

        Nope! I still have my Canadian citizenship and not planning to acquire another. Canadian passport opens a lot of world’s doors.
        But I do know several Canadians who live abroad for years and years and have dual citizenship while have absolutely NO problems with Canadian authorities.
        Don’t worry and make a move, you’ll never regret it. And don’t worry about losing your Canadian citizenship just because you’ve made a decision to go your own way and to leave Canada for good.

      5. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 2:30 pm

        Add on: millions of Canadians have dual citizenship and if Canada ever decides to revoke Canadian citizenship from all those folks then Canada will risk to lose millions of its citizens! Millions, man;)
        Sounds contradictory to current immigration policy which welcomes scum and filth from all over the world and willingly gives citizenship left and right;) Think about it;)

      6. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 11:03 pm

        I would act like scum and filth too if your government invaded my country based on lies and you and your precious passport pals were too busy in a circle jerk going to the clubs to get women and building your career while my family just got bombed and I’m a refugee camp eating white bread with no family left.

        I would lie my ass off to get into your country and ruin it from within.

        Where is your activism directed NonCanadian? At root cause issues of fraudulent power and Zionist Occupied Government lies, or brow beating the resulting angry refugees.


      7. Jones May 13, 2016 at 6:32 pm

        I didn’t see this at the time you wrote it, but if I recall correctly, Canada does not have global unitary taxation.

        When I wrote “residence” earlier, it was with the knowledge that you could set up residence in another country in advance and move the bulk of your remaining assets to yet another country. Provided that Canada does not try to force the issue with some Canadian version of FATCA in the US, you could simply leave and then work out the matter of obtaining another citizenship later without incurring a larger tax bill.

        This is in fact one of the ideas behind the “five flags” principle, although I prefer the “three asses” principle: one place to park your ass, one place to park your assets, and another place to say where your ass is from. 🙂

        For example: park your ass in Barbados, park your assets in Panama, say your ass is from Dominica …

        I mention these three because all you’ll hear from most Western Europeans is how lovely things are in Barbados and Dominica, and you’ll never, ever mention a thing about Panama to any one of them. Citizenship in a Caricom country should be sufficient to be able to acquire residence in another Caricom country.

        What bothered me considerably about Canada, and was eventually the reason why I completely withdrew from Canada, was the fact that the Government of Canada could play a game called “the process is the punishment”, a game you’re not meant to win.

        There are well-documented cases of this process in action — one that comes to mind is the Jaray case, which involved an undisclosed settlement to Jaray for what the Government of Canada did to damage his business and his reputation. There are also well-documented instances of this process involving the CBC’s news show “The Fifth Estate”, and that’s only one of the reasons why I think it would be prudent and reasonable to break up the CBC and to sell it off to private broadcasters.

        I think it’s healthy that you know you’re not in a good position, just a position where you can make some money before moving on to a better position.

        Keep in mind that it’s good to keep a low profile — if the Government of Canada decides it doesn’t like you, or if any of its petty agents make that decision, they can play all sorts of quasi-extra-legal games with you just to wear you down and to run down your resources.

        There are enough legal ways to force a loss of Canadian citizenship from what I can tell, if you decide to leave completely — if this becomes an issue for you, simply be a bit more clever. One complicating factor: if you happen to be a citizen of three or more countries, one of the more straightforward ways to do this is off the table because it will cause a loss of all your other citizenships. (And no, that way does not involve declaring war or joining the military.)

        Best of luck with your future moves.

      8. Clark Kent May 13, 2016 at 6:56 pm

        Hey Jones thanks for sharing some insight for such an old post, some great tips and tricks there I hadn’t thought about before.
        I’m still about a year away from getting my ass out of Camaba, but it’s definitely a big theme in my life. Saving money, finishing education, focusing on health and fitness. Living in Canuckistan through my 30s is completely unthinkable to me.

      9. Jones May 18, 2016 at 6:28 pm

        I spent some time doing some research the last time I was in Canada …

        My conclusion: the rule of law in Canada has been weakened through various bully courts, such as the Canadian social justice warrior’s favourite, the “human rights commission”, and the safety of finance and investment in Canada has been weakened by recent finance bills that can convert current accounts balances into “shares” of failing Canadian financial institutions.

        Crappy Leftists who want to bring down the weight of Canadian government on those who dare to succeed are only the most obvious face of the problem. What happened with the 2016 budget alone should be enough to convince investors with better options to stay away.

        After all, you might have to “put a ring” on that Canadian bank you’ve been using to handle your cash flow, and you can’t pay your creditors with their “shares” …

        As for the average Canadian, I was somewhat surprised to hear that there is a Benefits Canada mindset in which Canadians are trying to work their various associations and bits of heritage in order to game the system. I’m well aware of the Benefits Britain version, but I somehow hadn’t managed to process the fact that Canada was not only no different, but also was in many ways much worse.

        Otherwise, I was greatly relieved not to have to deal with a large and well-known Canadian bank in the Caribbean as well — I’m convinced that Canada might eventually resort to extra-territorial money grabs in the style of its larger neighbour to the south.

        Best of luck staying out of the cross-hairs of the tax authorities and the social justice retards on your way up. 🙂

    1. spicynujac September 18, 2015 at 10:28 am

      That law sounds like a direct attack on high value Canadians (not to mention entering *incredibly* dangerous legal territory when governments declare the right to revoke citizenship… do they not realize they lose all ability to prosecute you for a crime or collect taxes from you if you are no longer a citizen!?).

      I really don’t understand the logic here: This law could do 2 things: (1)help the government deal with an undesirable by denying them citizenship and (2)serve as a deterrent for future applicants of dual citizenship.

      In case (1) if a terist goes abroad to say Syria, they could revoke his passport, but would he really care? He then drops off the western radar and is harder to track, probably gets some Syrian papers which may not even have the same name, making him even harder to follow. I suppose they are saying then he doesn’t have to be accepted back into Canada in the future, but then the Canadian government is giving up any opportunity to prosecute him for any crimes!

      Case (2) It would have no effect on those who are born with dual citizenship–ie Canadian dad American mom (these people are powerless to change their immigration status since it was decided years ago) so the only people this could effect are people newly applying for dual citizenship. Who would be doing that other than those emigrating from Canada for economic or political reasons?

      1. Sangreal September 18, 2015 at 11:01 am

        According to this summary (p. 14), this would apply to Canadian citizenship applicants who don’t reside in Canada. Not sure how this affects someone who had citizenship by birth and could not get another nation’s citizenship.


    2. Davoud Askari September 18, 2015 at 4:01 pm

      The Canadians also welcome the educated with skills, they opened their doors to the Iranian refugees in 1979; doctors only. The Canadian health care added 50,000 doctors in a year, I was impressed. I will visit Canada again.

      1. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 4:10 pm

        BULLSHIT! Canada does not care about skills any longer!
        Those “Iranian doctors” became taxi drivers immediately since they spoke absolutely NO English and had skills incompatible with Canadian standards, regulations and requirements.
        Ever heard a joke that “Canada has the highest % of university graduates among taxi drivers and kebab sellers”?;))

      2. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 4:46 pm

        No reply, eh?;)) Y’all propaganda morons are so damn predictable…

      3. Jooey McKikerson September 22, 2015 at 11:22 pm

        Come at me bro!

        I’ll circumcise you a new mushroom top with my Rabbi teeth.

        Even Michael Jackson said it was the Jews destroying him.

        “Kick me KIKE me, don’t you black or white me.”
        Kike = dirty lying Jew

        If you watch his videos shortly before he was killed, he says history is a big lie and that he was smarter than them all along and was about to blow the lid off the conspiracy.

        No wonder they killed him.

        Even with their media machine denigrating him with false pedophilia charges as soon as he got too popular and powerful for their liking, he was wealthy enough and well respected enough my billions, that he could have afforded to gone on the offensive to get the dark truth of our system out there.

      4. Davoud Askari September 18, 2015 at 5:30 pm

        Perhaps that why their health care system is the way it is today.

      5. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 5:55 pm

        Didn’t you just claim that “Canadian health care have added 50 000 doctors from Iran in one year and you were really impressed with that”? 😉
        And NOW you are saying that Canadian health care system is in deep shit;))
        Ain’t it contradictory, eh?;) Were the “doctors” added after all and were they that skillful and knowledgeable?)
        Damn y’all propaganda folks are easy to spot;)

      6. Davoud Askari September 19, 2015 at 4:34 am

        That was in ’79 and now is ’15. Times are different.

      7. Clark Kent September 19, 2015 at 12:40 pm

        Canada is struggling to find a place for intelligent people to work… Hence the educated natives want to leave to where there are more opportunities.

        Hence why I think the government would put laws in place to keep the innovators from leaving. Kuz once that happens it’s game over… Canada becomes a complete dump.

        In the 90s Canada suffered what some called the “Great Canadian Brain Drain” (see below for a non-peer-reviewed reference) where talented and educated Canadians fled to the US. I appreciate the feedback on my idea that Canada is making it riskier to leave the country… it is a little bit of a stretch, but it’s not a big stretch… If Canada cares about being considered in global politics as a first-world nation, they can’t lose all their best human capital.


      8. NonCanadian September 19, 2015 at 2:56 pm

        A lot of educated able bodied Canadians are leaving Canada these days and go to USA, Australia, Eastern Europe or even Mexico to live the life they want free from Canadian political correctness, affirmative action, quota hiring, lack of dating prospects and other bullshit.
        Innovators will all leave since Canada does NOT have any major manufacturing lines nor is willing to support and implement innovations.
        Wasting millions of $$$$ on refugees is far more important for Canadian lawmakers.
        Canada is a complete dump right now, every day thousands of new immigrants and refugees are entering the country with getting welfare being their only goal.
        Do not worry-Canada will NEVER make it too risky for its’ citizens to leave the country cause it’ll mean losing millions of really skillful people for good.
        Think about it: may be Canada WANTS to lose the status of the 1st world country? I ain’t got no other explanation for the current governing policies…

      9. collapseisnigh September 21, 2015 at 9:21 pm

        The carrying capacity of the economy filled up a LONG time ago

        94-100 million unemployed, 30 million illegals who don’t pay taxes ETCETC


        It gets much worse when you realize that U.S is the best case scenario on the entire planet. Think about it. The strongest economy with 1 3rd unemployed, and another 1/3rd who make less than 30,000$ a year, while the cost of living keeps rising etc

      10. Clark Kent September 22, 2015 at 8:46 am

        And like you mentioned… No one wants to talk about It….

      11. Wigger Toods September 22, 2015 at 11:25 pm

        Must be the poor people’s fault… Not the 1% squeezing everyone and purposely creating this divide and conquer situation they profit from.


      12. collapseisnigh September 21, 2015 at 9:36 pm

        “the educated natives want to leave to where there are more opportunities.”

        The world market is too efficient now due to technology, billions of people have collectively figured out the best possible income-to-costofliving ratios, there is no promised land

        the world economy is at it’s carrying capacity even in rich countries mass unemployment of 30% + with rising cost of living and NO ONE is talking about it

        population has risen from 6 billion to 7 billion in only 12 years, and projected to be 8 billion in only 8 years, than 9 billion only to peak at 10 billion by 2040(some fear there will be no peak at all and will be 12 billion )

        the requirements for education and skills keep increasing with technology therefore further shortening the productive potential of the human brain with an iq of only 85 in developed countries and mostly 100 in developed countries, but the intelligence requirements for decent paying professions keeps rising past 120 IQ,

        if it takes a quarter of a century to prepare a human brain for employment in the year 2015 with a decent level of competance, this amount of time is fkin increasing faster and faster, humans are gonna be wayy too dumb to keep up with a future society with ai’s and all kinds of shit that doesn’t cost a years salary to run and it’s either gonna be a giant collapse or there is Brain augmentation tech in the works which we either get or we stagnate

        imagine that, technology 25 years from now, will be twice as difficult to keep up with, so technically the human brain can’t keep up at all, they would need to be getting educated for 50 years! some predict a brain augmentation device is in the works for this coming brain crisis to increase memory and IQ of humans so they can participate economically vs the bots 25 years from now, its all going to be sci-fi madness

        people are soon to be wayy too stupid to be of value vs the robots. Its gonna be something else like a giant refugee camp unless you see the collapse coming ahead of time in 2015 for 2025, dont be stupid prepare for the future its all about to change

        2035, the year in which the average human brain is practically worthless in the job market, just too stupid vs all the robots and ai we are going to have on the cheap.

      13. Jew Paul Eisen of the UK September 22, 2015 at 11:15 pm

        NONE of the taxi drivers are Persian. They are all Sikh. Also good people.

        I just came from a Sikh Temple today where they have something called Langar, which is free food for anyone who comes.

        And it’s all white tattooed low-lifes and lesbian punks.

        Our own government doesn’t give them enough to live on welfare, so foreigners whose religion is based around service have to feed them.

        And the Sikhs do it every day of the year from donations of their own congregation. Even the Christian organizations only do it once a week and have shitty food they get from grant money.

        Iranians are a very intelligent and studious people. Great English speakers for the most part.

        It’s the apathetic white domestic pieces of shit that are the problem. Some immigrants too obviously.

        Sounds like a foreigner took your job because you got lazy.

        There are no magic solutions other than poisoning the Synagogues’ and Masonic Halls’ and Financial Buildings’ water supplies.

        Only then will we be able to rebuild our civilization.

        When you think you’re God’s Chosen People and all other peoples are goy (cattle), and when you have the Jewish Kol Nidre prayer day, which says you can simply recite a poem and wash away your lies and deception for the year, you are part of the problem. Not the solution.

    3. 66Scorpio September 22, 2015 at 8:44 am

      As much as I respect your opinion, my constitutional instincts say there is something fucked up with that.
      Just as a note, my understanding is that the US taxes you based on citizenship while Canada taxes you on “domicile”. That’s my story and I am sticking to it because I live in China and don’t want to hand over a third of what I earn to the CRA.

      1. Clark Kent September 22, 2015 at 10:53 am

        I could very well be wrong on this one, but Bills C51 and C24 deserve mention.

      2. 66Scorpio September 22, 2015 at 12:06 pm

        I am being moved from Jinan to Shenzhen so I have some rather big fish to fry other than legislation that I can’t do anything about, on the other side of the world.

      3. HenryMakow.com September 22, 2015 at 11:27 pm


        All income tax globally is UNLAWFUL and taken by force… NOT BY LAW.

        Further, income tax doesn’t fund shit! It goes to pay the interest on the national debt to private international Jewish bankers.

        Wake up little Suzy, wake up.

    4. Jones September 26, 2015 at 12:45 am

      Canada is a signatory of multiple treaties concerning stateless persons, so it’s not very likely that Canada would rescind citizenship of Canadians who have only Canadian citizenship.

      This does make the case where someone acquires a second citizenship rather more interesting, but it’s unlikely that this revocation would create anything less than a deep, burning animosity toward anything Canadian, which the Canadian bureaucracy might want to consider very carefully as another form of the same risk they’re trying to address …

      In fact, the risk of having Canadian citizenship revoked might be enough to make some people consider how they can move residence, possibly allowing them to cash out certain accumulated contributions and benefits that might otherwise disappear.

      BTW, there is in fact a “passport” for stateless persons, and they’re able to travel between countries that are signatories of certain treaties, depending on the country where these travel documents were obtained, so the risk of losing Canadian citizenship is not as horrible as you might at first imagine.

      [politely reminds Canada that I’m waiting for the day when the American flag flies over Rideau Hall …] 🙂

      1. Clark Kent September 26, 2015 at 3:27 am

        Great comment

  2. Jeremy Osborne September 18, 2015 at 10:10 am

    I feel like you stole this article from my brain and put it into better words. Well done

  3. James Simpson September 18, 2015 at 11:28 am

    This is one of Roosh’s worst works. I was once part of that intelligence community and there is no broad, century-long conspiracy with black helicopters or the CIA and Jewish Banks.

    There is, however, a conspiracy by feminists and SJWs to destroy the United States. Western culture is good, and feminists and SJWs are the enemies of Western culture, not part of it. That’s what Roosh (being Iranian) most likely fails to realize. When someone has a different opinion than the Ayatollah and announce it in public, they are killed or imprisoned. And God help anyone who is Muslim and decides to leave the faith.

    It was the West (and in particular the British Empire), taking ideas from ancient Greece, that created societies that promoted objective rule of law and the free exchange of ideas. The feminists and SJWs are ardently against both principles, and are thus against Western culture as opposed to being part of it.

    A conspiracy is merely a coordinated effort to achieve a goal. This is what the MRA movement is. A conspiracy theory (in the modern vernacular) is when someone alleges that a group is conspiring to achieve a goal, yet provides little or no credible, scientifically acceptable, evidence to support such a claim.

    1. Крум Безстрашни September 18, 2015 at 11:48 am

      And who created feminism? You don’t believe that it’s women’s creation, do you? … Do you?

      1. George Nada September 19, 2015 at 12:37 am

        FACT: Gloria Steinem was a CIA asset. Look it up.

      2. Крум Безстрашни September 19, 2015 at 5:23 am

        FACT: She’s Jewish

      3. Shlomo Shekelberg September 19, 2015 at 8:52 am

        FACT: You’re a faggot. Look in the mirror.

      4. Jennifer Peto September 22, 2015 at 9:24 pm

        You’re an inbred kike troll. Look at your name Rabbi that sucks babies’ dicks and gives them herpes.


    2. Guest September 18, 2015 at 3:36 pm

      This guy is a closed-minded Jew. veteranstoday.com, tard. You are giving good Jews everywhere a bad name. Check out the site I liked to if you have the courage and if you’re not too busy sucking Bibi’s schlong.

      Dual-citizens such as the poster above have NO BUSINESS whatsoever being employed by the U.S. government. Unfortunately, ZOG. Long live the 2nd amendment.

    3. ActionJackson23 September 19, 2015 at 7:17 am

      “I was once part of that intelligence community”

      LOL this government shill acting like he’s Jason Bourne or some shit …

    4. Titan000 September 20, 2015 at 8:30 am

      Yet a pavlovian response emerges whenever something gets labeled a ”conspiracy theory” that shuts down critical thinking.

    5. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 9:26 pm

      ***************FIND THIS ON YOUTUBE:


    6. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 9:31 pm

      Get lost you fucking chink spook.

      Low level intelligence losers know nothing at all.


      And just because you say you’re once employed in intelligence doesn’t make you well researched…

      Just easily manipulable and an elite lackey.

      Now go try to find a girl to suck on your chinky pinky dick.


  4. Demolition September 18, 2015 at 11:28 am

    Yep it´s all but just a big conspiracy:


    Ups. Maybe not.

    The real question is knowing what´s the alternative? And if a new elite would be better or worse than this one.

    The jews are not the ones to blame. The narrative against jews is ridiculous. The elite is made of jews and other racial groups. Isolating the jews is idiotic. The elite as a whole is screwing up big time. Of course unfortunately jews will probably be the first to blame and like before will be the scapegoat. Is Bill Gates a jew? No.

    Don´t become anti-semitic Roosh. Don´t let yourself be placed in that category. Because it will discredit you. Rightly so.

    Btw i´m not jew.

    Do you think your opening peoples eyes. No. People already know this. The question is the alternative. Will we go back to the medieval ages with another elite? Will we start having again brutal wars in Europe. Because strengthening the family and man is not just a one way street. If nationalism goes stronger. If man become stronger more wars will happen.

    The scale seems to unbalanced for the globalists. You with like minded people might be the one to balance it back again. I would say places like Saudi Arabia are unbalanced against globalists.

    What people want is balance. Neither gays parade or Burkas. The middle ground.

    If I were to bet the time when the scale was better balanced would be the 50´s and beginning of 60´s.

      1. Demolition September 18, 2015 at 3:22 pm

        Not one of them han? Ask your mother you litle faggot. It´s not the jews. It´s the elite. Are Rockefeller jews?

        I don´t think we are better off without jews. Jews gave tremendous advance in all fields. They are extremely hardworking. If I like jews as a people? No. If I like gypsies? No. But I don´t despise them. I despise from the core of my being feminism. Feminists. And my problem with the elite is they support feminism. Even if they fucked up everything as long as they would leave woman alone I would be happy. When they support feminism they are entering an area which I consider to be private. And that´s the relationship between man and woman and their house. This is unacceptable. I will support any form of rebellion against feminism and all it´s rotten core. By support I mean donations to political parties or groups.

        Now jews. They might be the ones with the ideas but they sure aren´t the only ones who are pushing them under our throat. The elite. May it be jews, catholics, muslim. There should be a feeling towards feminism the same it was against communism.

      2. GoodJews>GiladAtzmon_DavidCole September 22, 2015 at 9:44 pm

        Rockefellers are crypto-Jews yes.

        And they intermarry with Jewish dynastic families.

        Voltaire said – “Only look to see who the system will not let you criticize to see who rules over you.”

        We can only not criticize Jewish Power…

        Thereby shedding light on the fact that Jewish Power is who rules us.

        The Holocaust NEVER HAPPENED.


    1. Kevin September 18, 2015 at 12:07 pm

      Roosh ignore this guy. You are helping to raise awareness.

    2. Jennifer Peto... Yes that One! September 22, 2015 at 9:41 pm

      Not all Jews of course… But there is a hierarchy like any corporation.

      JEWS ON TOP.


      Human beings get into groups… TRIBES.

      And they cooperate within those tribes, and compete with others of other tribes. Simple network theory.

      There is NO PLACE for Judaism, which has a foundation of RACIST SUPREMACISM – “GOD’S CHOSEN PEOPLE” – who have never, and can never do any wrong.

      We isolate Jews because Elite Jewry runs the governmental shows… Owns the media… Controls the dominant narrative.

      Regular Jews like myself benefit from this arrangement of power whether we think so or not.

      eg. I can get a paid trip to Israel and be recruited to settle on stolen, ethnically cleansed land, in violation of international law. Yes supported by Zionist Occupied Western Governments.

      Like Vice President Joe Biden said, “I’m not a Jew, but I’m a Zionist.”

      Anti-Semitic doesn’t mean anything. 90% of Jews aren’t even Semitic peoples. They are Ashkenazi Khazar/Eastern European origin.

      The Palestinians are actually the Semitic peoples.

      EVERYTHING, in this Jewish, crypto-Jewish, and Elite Secret Societied/Masonic Anglo Lackeys world, IS 180 DEGREES BACKWARDS.


  5. Крум Безстрашни September 18, 2015 at 11:51 am

    Excellent post, Roosh! More and more people are waking up.

    Mass immigration was under the label “conspiracy theory” before but today it’s a reality.

  6. Shlomo Shekelberg September 18, 2015 at 12:12 pm

    There are some absolutely ridiculous conspiracy theories out there … take for example, 9/11 … everyone knows that 19 barely literate Arabs armed with boxcutters hijacked four(!) airplanes and expertly flew three of them into the WTC/Pentagon … Can you believe that some idiots actually think that Israel (with help from certain elements of the U.S. government/military) is responsible for 9/11??? Of course, ANYONE who questions IN ANY WAY the official government explanation for the events of that tragic day is obviously an absolute moron and should be shunned and ridiculed … So just be a good goy Roosh, and I better not catch you snooping around any silly “9/11 Truther” websites and then trying to objectively write about what you found …


    1. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 9:46 pm

      9 of those 19 Arabs were found alive an appeared on TV.


      Oh wait… You were being sarcastic… And preempting the Jew troll’s response..

      GREAT STRATEGY!!!!!!!

  7. Tom Crow September 18, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    If I were you I’d throw out another term you use that you need to get rid of.
    “Far Left”….A lot of men vote LEFT because they have union jobs and see the way the “Far Right”….tires to diminish workers rights to organize and negotiate a contract.

    Really no sense in alienating the men that are forced to vote left because of anti-worker Republican policies.

  8. NonCanadian September 18, 2015 at 12:49 pm

    People should care less about all those “conspiracy theories” and use own brains instead to determine what’s right or wrong, black or white, useful or useless, safe or dangerous.
    “Conspiracy theory” is yet another term and mechanism to turn people into sheeple while indoctrinating them to the limit and making them more and more stupid.

  9. Loki September 18, 2015 at 2:09 pm

    You are quite right, Roosh.
    Intelectual Honesty is very important.
    My mantra with conspiricy theories is:
    ‘Everything is possible, but unlikely’

  10. I Art Laughing September 18, 2015 at 2:50 pm

    There are people that have different interests than we do. They want to affect our organizations and bend them to their own ends. This can be readily established. You have to be crazy if you think otherwise at this point.

    Just because some people (Progressives, SJW’s) are conspiring doesn’t make me a “theorist”.

  11. GoingSane September 18, 2015 at 3:08 pm

    At one time, I would start to consider some of the things around me which weren’t making sense, but then shrug it off as too far-fetched.
    At some point I had defaulted to not even analyzing those things I found to be “conspiracy theories” because they were too wild or I didn’t want people looking at me strangely.
    Then I recalled Aristotle and understood that I could entertain as many thoughts as my brain might hold and still retain my own opinion. That was it. Still, many things are likely, and perhaps even obviously, untrue, but I won’t ever fall into the insanity my life had been (just letting it pass by or happen and accepting it) again.

  12. ex-convict September 18, 2015 at 10:46 pm

    “I’m just a small fish”.

    Relatively speaking, you may be a small fish. But as a ROK and Roosh V reader of nearly a year, I can say that you’ve made a large impact. Even in the comments sections of other websites outside the “manosphere”, I often see the words “mangina”, “cuckservative”, “white knight”, etc. being thrown around in discussion.

    Reminds me of a good quote by Tupac Shakur,

    “I’m not saying I’m gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.”

    Now, 2Pac may or may not have done that, who knows? (and would that change even be good?) But the point is, these ideas are spreading quickly and gaining traction with more and more men out there. You even mentioned having discussions with men in high positions. Perhaps Roosh V, you are a catalyst, a “chemical” present (often in relatively tiny amounts) to facilitate a dramatic change.

  13. George Nada September 19, 2015 at 12:36 am

    Bravo, Roosh.
    One of your most important posts ever.
    Here, here!

  14. skillet September 19, 2015 at 10:02 am

    nice article. a lot is amiss. social programming. work behind scenes on collective meta-cognition. lots of foundations.

  15. Zechs Marquise September 19, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Roosh’s super defensive ego at work, someone obviously called one of his misogynist posts a conspiracy.
    maybe if you weren’t an idiot you’d have noticed Dr oz and his staff had a conspiracy going on 😉

    1. NonCanadian September 19, 2015 at 4:18 pm

      And this just in: Canada is “welcoming” another 10 000 Syrian refugees to the country!
      Another 10 000 of scum and filth to put on welfare.
      The West is ruining itself… It’s unbelievable that politically correct morons are running countries like Canada, Germany, Austria.

      1. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 10:57 pm

        I wouldn’t say the innocent sheeple of Syria are anymore scum or filth than the innocent sheeple of Western nations.

        IN FACT, I would argue that since we sheeple in the West have infinitely more personal power than the people of developing nations, that is it WE who are the scum for not standing up against our sickeningly corrupt Zionist Occupied Western Governments.

        The West is being ruined by the Zionist Elite BY DESIGN.

        Don’t hate on the poor innocents.

  16. Mr Reynard September 19, 2015 at 9:06 pm

    Look people ! You should leave the thinking to your government ! After all, they are concerned about your freedom & they want to keep you safe ! So stop thinking & interfering with your caring & concerned government project to keep you safe… In a FEMA camp likely, but it will be for your own good…..

    1. KenO'Keefe_YaThatOne! September 22, 2015 at 10:58 pm

      Nice bro!

      Sarcasm works so well!

  17. Siminov September 20, 2015 at 3:06 am

    Here’s the trick with “conspiracy theories”.
    Are government agencies worldwide, willing to kill their own citizens for the sinister benefit of said government?

    Never mind grassy knolls or remote controlled planes or faked moon landings.
    If your death assists a government to further it’s sinister agenda.
    Don’t be surprised if you get taken out.

  18. Matthew Brannock September 20, 2015 at 5:05 am

    Why wouldn’t rich men get together to “conspire” something?

    you are crazy if you believe they don’t

  19. Giorgi September 20, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    “The conspiracy theory” may definetely be used by the governing layer to silence dissent. But let’s be honest: more than enought of these “truthers” are people who just want attention and validation and nothing more. That said sometimes such theories are more than interesting as they do have some evidence behind them. 1999 Moscow apartment bombings are definitely worth checking out-it is a legit theory backed up by REAL, TANGIBLE evidence, unlike bogus 9/11 theories.

  20. White September 20, 2015 at 6:44 pm

    hmm… Have you tried “White privilege is an anti-white conspiracy theory”

  21. 66Scorpio September 22, 2015 at 8:38 am

    But feminism is one big conspiracy theory: the patriarchy. The left more generally with the military-industrial complex and shit. On the right we have hard evidence such as 90% of Ivy League professors being registered Democrats. That is not a “conspiracy theory” that is a “fact”.

  22. Jim Trompe September 22, 2015 at 3:09 pm

    The other aspect is that the genuinely paranoid are the first to join in with “conspiracy theorists”, thus its easier to seem that its only crazies that might hold those views. I’ve been amazed talking to my dad who is ultraconservative, hes so far the opposite, even things hes experienced himself he might disqualify. You might call him the iron helmet theorist because nothing is getting in there.
    Imagine the insanity, that rich and powerful men might use their position and illegal or immoral means to increase their wealth or power. BECAUSE IT HAS NEVER HAPPENED IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

  23. themaharajah September 23, 2015 at 3:35 pm

    The conspiracy is out in the open now Roosh….but they’ve dumbed down people and corrupted their beliefs with propaganda and lack of leadership, overturned the family and social order so that the weak and stupid are lifted above the strong, smart and healthy, so much so that most of these scum now just say they like it…..they worship authority and consensus, lack intellectual curiosity and critical thinking, and are soft cowards the lot of them. They have more love and respect for government and money, than their son, brother, father, neighbours etc. There is no cohesion.
    The truth is, the vast majority of people are not intellectually or spiritually up to dealing with this without leadership. Some of us have a hope of understanding this and fighting it of our own intellectual capacity, internal moral compass and spirit of resistance, i’d say maybe 10 per cent at most. The other 90 per cent….well the only hope they ever had was being good, moral, strong people, with good, moral strong leaders….how do we connect the 90% with their natural leaders, the 10%? People like you, Roosh.

  24. me September 27, 2015 at 2:21 pm

    I always said that there’s no point in wasting time on conspiracy theories when there’s so much conspiracy practice going on around us.

  25. hostage707 October 22, 2015 at 9:04 pm

    What you have to understand is women were forced to go to work in the 1970’s with 19% home mortgage rates YES ALMOST 20 %…and the destruction of the dollars purchasing power via Jimmy Carter and the Federal Reserve. Many women back then did NOT want to go to work. They enjoyed being home makers and raising children. Throw in a few oil / energy embargo’s and women were led down the feminist path from which we will most likely not return until the purchasing power of our “money” returns women will be forced to embrace some of the aspects of feminism unless you are a very successful guy who can keep a wife at home.

  26. Anders Wahl November 16, 2016 at 9:23 pm

    “It was they” not “it was them”. Unless you want to sound like a migrant from northern Africa.

    Great article.

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  28. Gerald Scartiong February 12, 2018 at 3:05 am

    I personally do not think that you should use term “conspiracy theory” so often. If its relates to the government bills or edicts I think more suitable is “Long term policy” Because almost every decision that government makes has its long going ideas and consequences. This is not the conspiracy in the way the term is used but a well organised policy in my humble opinion.