Daryush Valizadeh, a.k.a. Roosh V, is back in the news. With a few casual comments on social media, he has thrown the western world into a tizzy -- eliciting panic and rage in a half dozen countries, including Canada.
But it's all a giant "Internet troll" -- an act of performance art to smoke out political correctness, censorship, and fair-weather feminists.
Here's what I mean:
Here's my earlier commentary about Roosh V, recorded last August during his trip to Canada:
More than 40,000 people signed a petition to keep a man named Daryush Valizadeh out of Canada. Is he a terrorist or something?
No, Valizadeh, a.k.a., Roosh V, isn't a criminal. Unless you count the "thought crime" of daring to disagree with radical feminism. Roosh V is an author and men's rights activist who started out as a "pick up artist." He's as candid about the techniques he's used to bed women as he is about the politically incorrect social and cultural views that are now the major focus of his more mature message.
Roosh V actually upsets the sexually promiscuous Left far more than he does social conservatives, because he points out radical feminist hypocrisy. The most serious charge against him is that he wants to "legalize rape," but after reading his essay about this, it's clear that it is satire in the spirit of Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal."
No other Canadian reporter actually interviewed Roosh V -- except me.
We talked about how the media worked with the feminist mob to smear him; his real views on rape, gender and ethnic differences, self-improvement, and why "women don't seem to want good men anymore;" and broader issues about government and technology.
I don't agree with everything Roosh V says, but I think you might be surprised by some of what he has to say.
Let me know what you think in the comments.
Here's my full interview:
PS: Earlier this week, TheRebel.media's Gavin McInnes confronted Roosh V about his "legalize rape" comments.
SEE what happened:
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