The First Review Of My New Book Free Speech Isn’t Free

I have no idea how a new book of mine will be perceived before I release it. When you edit a book multiple times, you become so familiar with it that you can’t really judge it, similar to how a parent who loves his daughter assumes that she’s beautiful (even if she’s not). So I’m happy that early reviews from those who received a review copy are positive.

Here’s the first review of the book from a forum member:

Free Speech Isn’t Free is a riveting first-hand story about how the media establishment and some government officials tried to shut down one man’s speech — and failed miserably. Roosh starts with a historical lesson by Quintus Curtius on how freedom of speech evolved over time, and how shaming and intimidation tactics are used to limit speech today in the age of the Internet.

He tells a compelling and honest story on how his idea of a world tour about neomasculinity was born. While the book is entertaining, it is also a humble read. During his tour, Roosh shows how he learned from the men attending his lectures. He built upon what he’d learned to create a fast-growing neomasculinity movement without allowing his own ego to get in the way. Reading about the growth and evolution of the man behind the world tour is nothing short of extraordinary.

In chilling prose, Roosh connects the dots between seemingly unrelated issues such as sexual harassment, gay marriage, declining birth rates, single parenthood, open-borders immigration, welfare, abortion, gun control, etc, to expose a depopulation agenda — to destroy the family unit — being pushed deliberately by the globalist elites. He also describes how these elites are using the media and feminists as foot soldiers to help further their globalist agenda, and to prevent strong men from fighting back.

When Roosh recounts his experience in Montreal, Toronto, and the Meetup Outrage, strap in your seat belts. You’re in for quite a ride.

Roosh tells his story in a timeline full of bizarre plot twists, comedy, shocking revelations, disinformation campaigns, and touching displays of unwavering loyalty from his followers at their own personal risk. You’ll not only discover how the media, social justice warriors, and even government officials fight information wars against ordinary people, but also how you can fight back.

The way he describes his journey allows you to imagine that you’re right by his side the whole time, living vicariously through everything he had experienced: overcoming the fear of public speaking, the enlightening discourse with intelligent men he’d met, the incredible stress resulting from getting smeared with outright lies propagated by the media, having beer tossed on his head by a mob, and even graphic death threats that prompted him to hire a bodyguard service.

Most importantly, as you read Roosh’s new book, you feel the author’s gritty determination and resolve to fight back against the feminist-controlled media by enabling like-minded men to congregate with each other without a politically correct filter. His brutally honest and courageous writing does not fail to hold the reader’s attention and keep the pages turning.

Finally, if you believe in protecting your right to free speech and pursuit of the truth, get this book. Today.

And here is a brief video review from Davis Aurini:

My new book, Free Speech Isn’t Free, gives an inside look to how the globalist establishment is attempting to marginalize masculine men with an agenda that promotes censorship and sterility. It also shares key knowledge and tools that you can use to defend yourself against leftist attacks. Click here to learn more about the book. Your support will help fund our operation.

This post was originally published on Roosh V.

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35 thoughts on “The First Review Of My New Book Free Speech Isn’t Free”

    1. I’ll be buying. I’ll also be using the material to discredit the main stream media’s deliberate misreporting.
      I read the Sydney Morning Herald and The Guardians lying accusations against Roosh in regards to his “how to prevent rape” article.
      I so hate these red handed bare faced liars now.

  1. “This guy’s fighting on our side. He is one of us, and he’s one of the people that is taking the fight to them. And he is winning.”
    Godspeed, Roosh.

  2. That’s a pretty good review.
    Congratulations, hope you move a million copies.

    1. I like Aurini’s videos, and the music reminds me of the theme to Renegade.

  3. Didn’t know if you were writing some sort of edgy, post-modern philosophy book about free speech, or if you were using the events surrounding international meetups as a foundation for your perspective on free speech. Glad its the latter.
    I’m starting to think that nothing is arbitrary anymore. The entire response certainly wasn’t orchestrated at every level. However the scope of how ideological forces utilized the mainstream media, the credulous and social media in an attempt to rout you and all the meetups, on multiple continents, even sort of picketing outside your Mom’s home was both painful and astounding to see. It made the simultaneous Trumpening of the media all the more enjoyable.
    It takes events like these to attain understanding and snatch some sort of victory from it all. Very glad you wrote this Roosh. Hope to get a physical copy soon.

    1. The book is fast-paced since its guided by the events. There are some extemporaneous detours but I think they fit in the book well.

      1. All jokes aside, I’ve been lurking for a couple years now, and your writing and storytelling abilities have improved exponentially. This is a good step for you, a necessary one. I hope when I start releasing material I can be as determined to constantly improve. Not brown nosing, I’m just grateful men like you and QC, Aurelius Moner, Heartiste and others are writing and creating.
        You’re giving a lot of good men perspective, insight and actionable steps that aren’t around anymore in terms of council, or never really were around with regards to this new philosophy and understanding biomechanics. Even if I wasn’t a fan, I think I’d find it fascinating.

  4. I’ve been commenting around here for a long time. I never told anyone about who I work for and all that I’ve been through after being involved with Return of Kings. I don’t have much time to tell you everything right now. Something’s come up… I’m not going to be around for a while… this has implications for all of you.
    Return of Kings is under the scope, that’s all I can say right now. Don’t look for me by following my profile. Just let me go, but I need you all to be prepared for what is coming. It will be international in scope. Think… Snowden x 200. When you see me again, I will have it all for you. You will understand it all. I am going now.
    I have decided to write a book about my life on Kratom. Yes, that’s all I can say right now.
    See you on the other side, if you’re still alive.

    1. If it is under the scope, does that include the commenters? Any reason to be concerned and moderate old comments? Not that I feel like doing that, heh.

    2. “If you’re still alive.” ….dude , I take kratom , there is no way I’m pushing daisies…..

    3. Motherfucker !!!!!!
      Funny note aside, it ain’t too hard to figure out ROK is being monitored.

    4. I wouldn’t worry too much. My last significant comments were about banging Margot Robie & metalworking melee weapons in Ohio. Let the establishment spooks read into that as much as they want.

    5. I’m sure one or more the alphabet agencies has been watching ROK for quite some time. I wouldn’t be surprised if the DOJ cooks something up in the near future, such as some “convicted” or “suspected” criminal having been a frequent poster or reader of ROK and then the DOJ suddenly wants to put everyone on the site under a microscope for the purpose of “Vetting Public Safety”.
      This is why a while back I mentioned, here on ROK, that Roosh needs to set up his own REGISTERED Political Action Committee (PAC), Accredited Online Academic Institution and possibly set up a 501c3 religious organization as well.
      The reason why?
      To cover ALL the bases for “Free Speech” and have actual case law on the side of a now “politically registered” ROK.
      First example, if Roosh sets up ROK as an “Accredited Online Academic Institution” and its writers were classified as “Tenure Track Faculty” they would have a unique type of freedom of speech, due to their affiliation with an academic institution, with PLENTY of case law backing that Free Speech up.
      Second example, if Roosh sets up ROK as an “501c3 Religious Organizations” with people who post and read ROK being classified as “members of the church”. Once that happens meet-ups cannot be stopped willy-nilly and if they are, suing and winning is a realistic options, due to there being PLENTY of case law backing that Free Speech up.
      Third example, if Roosh sets up ROK as a ” PAC Registered with the FEC” he can collect donations and start trying to access the “Halls of Power”, with PLENTY of case law backing that Free Speech up (i.e. Citizens United v. FEC).
      I honesty don’t know why he is hesitating to do all three of the above, in fact, it should have happened at least 3 years ago. People are Gunning for him now and other well known contributors as well. At the end of the day, he will need the same type of legal protections that SJW get, but as I have said, he has a way to do this by using case law to back such methods.
      With all that said, here are some other items to ALWAYS keep in mind:
      Law Enforecement (LEO’s) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have created a untenable position for themselves and they are not trusted by large portions of the general public any longer. Perhaps not a majority, YET, but still, large numbers concentrated heavily among those under 40 years of age, do not trust LEO’s or the DOJ. Also, even, IF, this under 40 crowd does not believe that LEO’s are dangerously lethal to civilians (which they do seem to believe), this under 40 cohort, ABSOLUTELY believes that LEO’s are, primarily, “revenue collectors”. People are finally starting to realize that the police are not there to assist or save people in danger.
      Police brutality and the DOJ’s dereliction of the US Constitution clearly shows that LEO’s are learning to deal with the LONG TERM consequence of these actions, which they, as a group, have taken, while in the field. These actions have been compounding all the issues surrounding their increasingly negative public image over the last 25 years.
      Contemporary LEOs have proven, through their actions, that they are in place to do the following and NOTHING MORE:
      1. Protect themselves.
      2. Maximize their total compensation.
      3. Act as a source of revenue generation for the department currently employing them, the union they belong to and the local governments authorizing their activities.
      4. Protecting the commercial interests of national corporations (with PAC’s lobbying on the behalf of the big corporations)
      5. Protecting the private property and political interests of large, influential, land & business owners, residing within their jurisdiction; that also contribute to and participate in local politics (i.e. campaign donations for Police Chief, Judges and Sheriff elections).
      6. Controlling dissenting narratives that would interfere with 1-5.
      LEO’s have been totally co-opted, insulated from financial consequences and tax paying citizens are picking up the tab. That’s the sad reality of where we are today, in regards to contemporary Law Enforcement Culture. Civilians should view the police no differently than the way in which police typically view the general public, with suspicion.
      Here is an example of a sleepy county in Oregon, that is 92% white, with 56% of the population over 45 years of age, yet, these people still VOTED TO DE-FUND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT because they got sick of receiving unjust traffic tickets, “Defunding government is a sensible voter solution to reining in local government” by Dave Duffy
      Think about that for a minute, if LEO’s can’t hold the trust of small communities, with these kinds of demographics, what chance do they stand anywhere else? Not much. This should be a VERY CLEAR message that LEO’s, in general, have lost the trust of the public
      Civilians should not trust the motivations of LEO’s nor the DOJ and must always assume that their lives are in danger, with EVERY interaction they have with LEO’s.
      Why? Not because ALL LEO’s are bad, but because ALL LEO’s are LEGALLY AUTHORIZED to kill civilians AND TAKE THEIR PROPERTY, as they see fit (and the DOJ will ALWAYS take the side of the LEO murderer in court).
      Why should civilians take any risk of death or loss of property? It is far easier to simply not interact with, refuse to help and actively avoid contact with LEO’s, whom are LEGALLY AUTHORIZED to kill civilians AND TAKE THEIR PROPERTY, as they see fit.
      We have come full circle, except now, LEO’s don’t regularly “exterminate” undesirables, JUST TO TAKE THEIR PROPERTY, they simply put them in jail indefinitely, for petty offenses, so someone can make money off their existence while in the system, via a government contract.
      Law Enforcement Agencies and the DOJ, AS CURRENTLY OPERATED (see above items 1-6), can’t function when large numbers of people with good consciences serve in them. So, even if good people with consciences tried to enact grass-root change from within, they would simply be denied entry to the agency or get quickly removed from the ranks through various legal and administrative means.
      Here is an except from Bowers v. DeVito. In 1982, the Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit held, “…there is no Constitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen. It is monstrous if the state fails to protect its residents… but it does not violate… the Constitution.”
      “no duty” = “free to ignore” because if there is no financial or legal consequence to inaction, then certainly some “bad apples” will use that as a legal basis for “choosing”, when to “render services” or when not to.
      From the perspective of LEO’s, the above noted ruling means that they may “pick and choose” when they attempt to “save someone from death or injury” because the ruling does not obligate them to act. It is that perspective, which LEO’s are allowed to legally take, that should matter to the average citizen. The context from Bowers v. DeVito is very clear, the police CHOSE to not assist, despite Marguerite Anne Bowers repeatedly requesting their help and the courts then determined that the police are not liable for making the “choice” to not help her.
      Finally, as for the “Oath’s” that LEO’s typically take, lets use a few excerpts from the LAPD oath for example, which seems to be MOSTLY concerned with swearing to not overthrow the government:
      “And I do further swear (or affirm) that I do not advocate, nor am I a member of any party or organization, political or other- wise, that now advocates the overthrow of the Government of the United States or of the State of California by force or violence or other unlawful means; that within the five years immediately preceding the taking of this oath (or affirmation) I have not been a member of any party or organization, political or other-wise, that advocated the overthrow of the Government of the United States or of the State of California by force or violence or other unlawful means. I will not advocate nor become (name of office) a member of any party or organization, political or otherwise, that advocates the overthrow of the Government of the United States or of the State of California by force or violence or other unlawful means.”

  5. Will definitely pick up a copy when I have some time. Keep up the good work Roosh, attempts to quell speech is always the movement of an aging carcass on its own death throes, quivering and staggering on while its brain is dead and the body just hasn’t caught on yet.

  6. I am also looking forward to this book. Not because of Aurini’s review (he admits in the video he didn’t read the book), but because I’ve been following Roosh for several years now and hope he does another tour, hitting the western US this time.

  7. this should be good. Looking forward to it.
    Also some impressive speed there. Striking while the iron is still hot

    1. The book would have come out sooner had the meetup outrage not happened (I added about 20 pages because of it).

      1. I’m sure those extra 20 pages will help sell it to all those curious about the real story. I imagine there will be not a few post-February readers,and they’ll be the ones who’ll tell their friends etc

      2. Great. Looking forward to reading it and recommending it to some like minded friends.

  8. Check out this book: The Tyranny of the Politically Correct: Totalitarianism in the Postmodern Age. Its by Keith Preston. Basically its about how liberals are now the greatest enemies of free speech.

  9. I’m hoping it’s as good as it deserves to be, this could get big.

  10. Finally.
    While lesser men & modern women indulge in Victimhood whining about First World inconveniences, there’s you actually going out into the trenches, taking risks & taking action & documenting the experience.
    May your book & your journey continue to grow & succeed, Roosh.

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