5 Answers To Religion & Spirituality Questions

The next Q&A video is on religion:

Here’s the index so you can jump around:

“1. Why is it that you seem to go against your fellow middle easterners and uncle tom for the whites. is it due to that they are your main readers.
2. Why do you hate Islam and immigrants from Muslim countries despite being the son of an Iranian immigrant?” (SPLOOGE & SOREN)

“1. Every intellectual has to pick a religion. They usually do it by now; you’re almost 40. What is the holdup?
2. Are you contemplating joining an organized church/religion?
3. What is your current status with regards to religion and spirituality?” (SGT POG, PEARLBUCK, KOMATIITE)

“To what extent do religion or spirituality play a role in your daily life?” (THEBASSIST)

“Have you ever tried Meditation? If so, thoughts? If not, is it something on your radar?” (DASHER)

“1. How can one prepare for “the end” (death)?
2. Were you ready to lose it all for what you believed in?” (RONALD REAGAN REMIX)

This announcement was originally published on Roosh V.

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46 thoughts on “5 Answers To Religion & Spirituality Questions”

  1. i hope you do one about conspiracy or related to what you think of the powers that be i have been watching ur videos and i can see that you are starting to “wake up” and realize that the ones who pull the strings are not the politicians but the secret shareholders of the FED they are the ones who run this world.

      1. haha none of that none of that the irish are cool, most of the truers would agree that these individuals are the zionists/rothschds rockefeller banking families or the freemasons/rosicrucians secret societies if i’d have to drop a name it would b paul warburg he created the fFED bu these individuals operate thru secrecy (as roosh probably already knows) if you google paul warburg you wontfind much at all its like the man never existed thats as far as i can go. man

        1. These well known organizations and families are actually placeholders and on the bottom of food chain, its all for taking off attention of real conspiracy.
          There is no pyramid of power and there is no single “rulers” on top. No illuminati either. Freemasons are more of a local humanitarians then evil conspirators. It all more like a spider web, but without spider who rules it. You have different factions, organizations and families who are each powerful and in some sort of “game of thrones” relations to each other. Mainly conspiring together, fighting and such.
          Real conspiracy begins when one faction/organization wants something implemented in territories they own which they can’t get in normal conditions, so they make problems and based on public reaction, they implement carefully thought solution that benefits only them, but its presented as “good and desirable”.
          There is no reason for paranoia, lizard aliens controlling world and such. Conspiracies exist at every corner, they are not localized, but they can be exposed to public.

  2. “Were you ready to lose it all for what you believed in” That’s a tricky one as you’re asking people to have (1) Complete faith in the correctness of their beliefs and (2) You’re asking them to commit to them and (3) Lose everything, perhaps even one’s life, if you’re a soldier for example for them.
    That’s the conundrum of the post modern world we’re all part of whether we like it or not. How can you have steadfast beliefs when they can be undermined from so many different directions- the real intentions of the Government (Vietnam and Iraq), Science with regard to religious ideas, the eroding of traditional family values through secular pluralistic viewpoints and popular culture.
    It’s a tough demand to make.

    1. Heh. Belief is a stupid thing to die for. Faith, on the other hand, may be a good encouragement not to angstily cling to life too much.

  3. Great answers, especially on the Islam part; there is not much known about it to the western world. I think Muslims are very traditional-family oriented (I guess the multiple wives thing as an analogy is multiple women in the west). You’re right on the money about the Wahhabi part. The US is essentially using its Saudi allies as a proxy to support ISIS for their warfare. One very important thing to note is that the Saudi government appoints religious scholars themselves. This lets them use any viewpoint they wish and call it Islam. There was one scholar who eventually decided to speak against the king, and got killed for it. Somewhat similar to how blue-pillers don’t understand, I think a lot of people don’t understand Islam due to the media.
    I recommend “In the Mystic Footsteps of Saints” (Its free)- Short, profound truths that get to the heart of the matter of what’s wrong with society these days from an Islamic perspective. Pretty entertaining as well.

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  4. I have slow internet at home and couldn’t watch the video so, can I just crack Kratom jokes instead?

  5. Great talk. My spiritual path started more around 25 to 30. Philosophy first with Plato’s Republic. Then Marcus with meditations. Karate led me to Taoism, Buddhism and Zen and finally a lot of study on Islam for a westerner and now Eastern Orthodox. I hope this video bodes well for the post I have pending right now and your talk has given me ideas for future articles.
    Death… is the #1 topic no one talks about. I think it is because it is now TOO easy to survive, especially in The West. Death… was everywhere even as little as 100 plus years ago, let alone 2000 plus. It makes sense that the religions of the past were so prolific when death was a REAL possibility at any time in a man’s life (usually by 40).
    I think this talk also explained for me why, as a Gen X’er who most likely was the last generation to grow up in a Christian (albeit dying) culture, so many Millenials are atheist/agnostic, if they even bother to identify at all (as God is simply a non-issue). The schools and the home… are now absent of the very talk that grounded the whole of humanity and binded tribes for millenia – why are we here and where do we go when we die. All they have been taught, and it is not their fault, is to consume like a good materialist, and give in to your drives and urges like a good hedonist. I think the older generation (myself included), really does need to give the younger more understanding and encouragement than judgement and condemnation.
    I think it will be just a matter of time, and age, that the generation that is written off as the most materialist and immoral… will turn out to be the most traditional, patriarchal and, dare I say it, pious and God fearing.
    Christians and Muslims both were pagans for 1000s of years before they saw the light of truth in their respective revealed faiths.
    What’s a couple of decades for the young to, once again, work through the vicissitudes of life, body and soul, to come to the truth.
    And it will be a new truth, I have no doubt. No religion is going to come through this massive sweeping and global awakening intact.
    I think you are also spot on with your insight into what will happen of Muslims and Western conservatives/Christians come together and realize they both have a common enemy. This is why the media (and CIA ISIS) are in overdrive right now to drive a wedge between them of pure hate and fear. As you said, if these two groups start TALKING to one another, lights out, game over for the elite.

    1. Good points, but I dont see how ‘god fearing’ is a good thing. God is not a tyrant. But seeing God as a tyrant serves the rulers who can put any form of instruction into Gods mouth.

      1. That depends on how you define “God fearing”. I watched a great Muslim scholar who explained man’s fear of God as follows.
        We all have a father. If we were blessed, we had a good father who did his best to raise us, love us and teach us how to survive and thrive in this world.
        Every father bequeaths, for good or ill, the “rules” of life and of manhood to the best of his ability to do so. Some rules we like, others we don’t.
        When we break one of Dad’s rules, what is a son’s greatest fear?
        It is not the inevitable punishment that follows (how else do you teach a son right from wrong unless there are consequences to breaking Dad’s rules).
        What a son fears most is LOSING HIS FATHER’S LOVE.
        Losing his father’s compassion, mercy, care and acceptance.
        There is no violence a good father can do to his son more than to utter the words “I disown you.”
        Man’s fear of God is losing God’s LOVE AND MERCY for us. It is not fear of his punishment.
        Dad is not a tyrant. He wants the best for us. His years of experience has taught him right living from wrong and wants his son to live rightly in order to be happy, healthy and at peace with himself and the world.
        Those who see God as a tyrant who imposes rules on man because He is “cruel” are simply not able to see the wisdom in the lessons God is trying to teach his creation.
        Don’t get angry at Dad and call him a tyrant when you break the rules and shit goes wrong. A father’s love is ALMOST infinite, but if you simply disobey, especially as a show of arrogance and complete and utter disrespect, eventually, even a father’s love for his son can be lost.
        This is the “fear of God” man is supposed to have of Him. Sadly, far to many see only the punishment, not the lesson to be learned.
        This is why, in an incredible twist of irony, the ONLY way a man can REFUSE a true tyrants (religious or secular) oppressive rule over him is by CLAIMING A HIGHER AUTHORITY THAN THAT OF MAN.
        Call that higher authority God, karma, whatever, it matters not. WITHOUT that higher authority, man has no recourse to truth and justice in this world.
        So you are right, God is not a tyrant. But He does have rules, and to deny them, and the consequences, is to simply deny natural law.
        An aboriginal leader actually gave the best example of the “tyranny” of God’s law as simple natural law and I invite you to watch it. A completely different perspective from that of Christianity, but the MESSAGE is 100% the same.
        The law is the law. Calling God a tyrant and denying his authority over your life does not change the law or make you immune from the consequences of breaking the law.

    2. You show great wisdom in your search. One question: How do you reconcile some of the superstitions vs. scientific truths in conservative Christianity? I value much in the traditional, conservative religions like eastern Orthodoxy, but am also a strong believer in science. I understand evolution is not accepted as truth by most Orthodox believers. I think much of the decline of religion is because religion believes things that are obviously untrue (that’s why we ridicule things like the 72 virgins instead of believing that might actually be possible).
      One of the great strengths of orthodoxy is that it doesn’t bend and adapt from its hardcore message, but that is also a huge weakness because some things are incredulous given modern scientific thought (ie how many can honestly believe that wine literally turns into the blood of Jesus).

      1. The “science vs. religion” thing is for fedoras and Protestants, Catholics and Orthodox don’t worry about it except for overzealous converts.

        1. Haha, I am a prot, and agree a little bit. The Catholics have scientists and researchers funded by the Chruch. They accept evolution as a possibility and have no problem reconciling the two. I would argue with them, you have a point.

      2. I think you are phrasing the problem as most do, which is incorrectly. Superstitions (i.e. religion to atheists) and science are not the same, so there is no conflict. Galileo wrote an entire treatise on this in his letter to the Grand Duchess Christina (linked below) when he was bringing forth the idea that the earth revolved around the sun. While he did eventually recant, truth won out, the Church survived, and we have a heliocentric universe that is in accord with scientific evidence.
        We have been here before and will continue to be in the future. Galileo’s answer then was simple and still applies today – science investigates the material world and reality in the here and now. Religion/philosophy investigates metaphysics (i.e. God, justice, truth, etc) and those matters NOT of material origin. Do not confuse the two or have religion try to impose on science because truth will win and religion will lose and be seen as ridiculously out of touch with the times. Sound familiar?
        With respect to Christian superstitions specifically, I would agree with you. Things like a literal turning of wine into blood, bread into body, are 100% pagan and appealed to a pagan mind that was clearly less knowledgeable but “made sense” of the world at that time. This is precisely why Christianity is fading into history in the 21st century. There is simply too much pagan practice and belief tied up in the worship of the one true God that is now completely dispelled as hocus pocus by science. Science has advanced, but that does not mean science has therefore disproved God or his message (cue the atheist main argument). What we are witnessing in the Christian community (and Islam as well) is a need for reform and updating of God’s message. Only this time, God has left it entirely up to us I believe. He has communicated enough, how many times does he need to repeat Himself.
        With respect to evolution, I was given a great book by a Christian that dispelled the entire science behind it in one very key regard. (linked below as well).
        Evolution… has no conflict with Christianity. The science supporting slow, gradual evolutionary advancement of species is beyond question and any TRUE Christian would be wise to not try to impose religious understanding on scientific fact as Galileo warned.
        Where Christians (Jews, Muslims) draw the line is the claim that evolution is responsible for CREATING life. It can’t and the author goes into all the science that has tried to create life from proteins and carbons and the statistical probability of a “soup” creating something from nothing is zero. He goes into a lot of the science that tries to prove evolution is the answer to the SOURCE of created life, and shows that it is impossible for ALL species to have come from a single source, let alone at all by the theory of random mixing of proteins and carbons.
        One of the examples he gives is DNA matching. We should be able to find traces in our DNA that would allows humans to mate with ANYTHING, and that is simply not the case (nor for animals). There are certain species that are so clearly distinct in their genetic AND evolutionary history that it is impossible they came from a single protoplasmic ancestor. This is just one example of his refutation that evolution is the answer to how life was created/started.
        If you get the chance, I highly recommend finding this book in your library if you can. It was a mind blowing read for me because up to that point, I was a firm believer in the evolutionary theory, but now, I have a more nuanced and skeptical view.
        The Greatest Hoax On Earth: Refuting Dawkins on Evolution by Jonathan Safarti (Creation Book Publishers, January 2010, ISBN-10: 1921643064)

    3. interesting point about muslims and christians.. infact they used to live quite peacefully in what was called Palestine until the British interfered….
      I think Roosh is wrong about eastern meditation though… the idea is not to hide in an ashram forever…. that’s a choice either of someone who wants to specialize only in that… OR someone who is hiding away for one reason or another (good or bad)…. OR it’s become a drug of sorts and they are just blissing out like a heroin addict…
      being a monk has it purposes but it’s not the only end game in meditation.. being peaceful minded in yourself… doesn’t have to mean being passive and useless… it’s a fine line to tread… but obviously a part of the human realm is over coming the animal type approach to life…. and having peace in any circumstance is a very useful, even heroic tool to master…. military do it… business people do it… etc… etc….
      obviously it’s going to require a certain amount of training to master it and obviously mastering it will be easier in a controlled environment first… ie. you don’t train soldiers in battle, they do training first in a controlled situation…. same with anything…..
      the Zen type mind control applies equally to Bruce Lee, martial arts, and eastern ‘active’ people…. not just to blissed out monks….. it’s a very powerful tool and one that we in the west sadly replace with caffeine and booze…. and lately a whole cocktail of prescription medicine… much is being made of medical marijuana, but frankly most of these people simply need 6 months in a peaceful meditation training environment…..

  6. I reckon the best way to lose fear of death is zo meditate on that fear. You cant really do more until you are actually dying, as you can not accept something that does not exist in the moment. What you can accept is the fear.
    Another idea is to watch vidros of actual deaths and even violent deaths. And to find a way to accept that these deaths are happening. Just saw a video of an old woman being run over by a bus, then lying on the street, barely able to move, struggling. Eerie when you empathize with it. And yet, thats the world we live in.

    1. Watching videos of the Syrian Civil War has changed me completely. Life is death. Death is life.

  7. I second your notion Tom I meditated alot as a kid as I spent alot of time alone and in the woods as well as dreaming slowly from nothing as a boy to learning the inner most secrets of our universe and astral traveling and remote viewing.
    It is possible and it is great but it is a tool in the sense that I do not underestimate other humans intellects to effect change or wisdom in this reality.

  8. Roosh I want you to listen to me, read this or not, and my message is that you need to prepare means and ways to keep your mind not only open, but well protected from all that may befall you and I say that as a brother in the deepest sense.
    My ancestors were effectively entangled with yours and for me that is enough to honor you and your actions that benefit a wide audience whether they believe the impossible is possible or not.

  9. What is happening now was prophesied in the Bible. The mark of the beast is in Revelations. The ‘new world order’ is coming. It was already foretold. There is no ‘stopping it’. Getting your life right with Jesus is what matters.

  10. “Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery,
    fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred,
    variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings,
    murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like: of the which I tell you
    before, as I have also told you in time past, that they which do such
    things shall not inherit the kingdom of God” (Galatians 5:19-21).

    Doing what you want and doing what you feel gives you a spiritual death and leaves you feeling empty inside. The law of satanists is ‘do what thou will’ and you see how empty it is. God’s biblical law is to deny our fleshly desires and strangely enough, you will see that by denying yourself that you will actually feel more joy, which is contrary to what seems logical, which is by fulfilling your flesh, you will maximize your happiness.
    Philippians 4:7
    And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
    You get a peace that is beyond understanding.

  11. The persecution you are getting now is perhaps preparation for the greater persecution that will happen if you choose to accept Jesus Christ and delve further in the teachings of the Bible:
    John 15
    18 “If the world hates you [and it does], know that it has hated Me before it hated you.
    19 If you belonged to the world, the world would love [you as] its own and would treat you with affection. But you are not of the world [you no longer belong to it], but I have chosen you out of the world. And because of this the world hates you.
    20 Remember [and continue to remember] that
    I told you, ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they
    persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. If they kept My word, they
    will keep yours also.
    21 But they will do all these [hurtful] things to you for My name’s sake [because you bear My name and are identified with Me], for they do not know the One who sent Me

  12. The notion of forming any alliance with Muslims is absolute insanity given their proclivity for murdering anybody who does not believe in their warped ideology. I find the notion of such absolutely repugnant and anathema on so many levels-including nationalistically as were they to succeed, your nations as you know them would become vassals or vilayets of some all-encompassing Islamic Caliphate; to use the colloquial expression-FUCK THAT.
    The phenomenon is best explained by the following:
    Muslims begin moving to non-Muslim countries in increasing numbers and the beginning of cultural conflicts are visible, though often subtle.
    First migration wave to non-Muslim “host” country.
    Appeal for humanitarian tolerance from the host society.
    Attempts to portray Islam as a peaceful & Muslims as victims of misunderstanding and racism (even though Islam is not a ‘race’).
    High Muslim birth rate in host country increase Muslim population.
    Mosques used to spread Islam and dislike of host country & culture.
    Calls to criminalize “Islamophobia” as a hate crime.
    Threatened legal action for perceived discrimination.
    Offers of “interfaith dialogue” to indoctrinate non-Muslims.
    How many nations are suffering from Islamic infiltration? One? A handful? Nearly every nation? The Islamic ‘leadership” of the Muslim Brotherhood and others wish to dissolve each nation’s sovereignty and replace it with the global imposition of Islamic sharia law. Sharia law, based on the koran, sira and hadith, condemns liberty and forbids equality and is inconsistent with the laws of all Western nations. As the author and historian Serge Trifkovic states:
    “The refusal of the Western elite class to protect their nations from jihadist infiltration is the biggest betrayal in history.”
    Muslim immigrants and host country converts continue demands for accommodation in employment, education, social services, financing and courts.
    Proselytizing increases; Establishment and Recruitment of Jihadi cells.
    Efforts to convert alienated segments of the population to Islam.
    Revisionist efforts to Islamize history.
    Efforts to destroy historic evidence that reveal true Islamism.
    Increased anti-western propaganda and psychological warfare.
    Efforts to recruit allies who share similar goals (communists, anarchists).
    Attempts to indoctrinate children to Islamist viewpoint.
    Increased efforts to intimidate, silence and eliminate non-Muslims.
    Efforts to introduce blasphemy and hate laws in order to silence critics.
    Continued focus on enlarging Muslim population by increasing Muslim births and immigration.
    Use of charities to recruit supporters and fund jihad.
    Covert efforts to bring about the destruction of host society from within.
    Development of Muslim political base in non-Muslim host society.
    Islamic Financial networks fund political growth, acquisition of land.
    Highly visible assassination of critics aimed to intimidate opposition.
    Tolerance of non-Muslims diminishes.
    Greater demands to adopt strict Islamic conduct.
    Clandestine amassing of weapons and explosives in hidden locations.
    Overt disregard/rejection of non-Muslim society’s legal system, culture.
    Efforts to undermine and destroy power base of non-Muslim religions including and especially Jews and Christians.
    Is there a pattern here? Theo van Gogh is murdered in the Netherlands for ‘insulting’ Islam; the Organization of the Islamic Conference demands ‘anti-blasphemy’ laws through the United Nations; France is set afire regularly by ‘youths’ (read Muslims); the rise of (dis-) honor killings…holocaust denial…anti-Semitism…deception re the tenets of Islam; hatred toward Christians and Jews and Hindus and Buddhists. The pattern for all to see is the rise of Islamic intolerance and the covert/cultural jihad to remake host societies into sharia-compliant worlds – to remove host sovereignty and replace it with Islamic sharia law. Sharia law that condemns earthly liberty and individual freedom, that forbids equality among faiths and between the sexes, that rejects the concept of nations outside the global house of Islam, that of dar al-Islam.
    Open violence to impose Sharia law and associated cultural restrictions; rejection of host government, subjugation of other religions and customs.
    Intentional efforts to undermine the host government & culture.
    Acts of barbarity to intimidate citizens and foster fear and submission.
    Open and covert efforts to cause economic collapse of the society.
    All opposition is challenged and either eradicated or silenced.
    Mass execution of non-Muslims.
    Widespread ethnic cleansing by Islamic militias.
    Rejection and defiance of host society secular laws or culture.
    Murder of “moderate” Muslim intellectuals who don’t support Islamization.
    Destruction of churches, synagogues and other non-Muslim institutions.
    Women are restricted further in accordance with Sharia law.
    Large-scale destruction of population, assassinations, bombings.
    Toppling of government and usurpation of political power.
    Imposition of Sharia law
    The website http://www.thereligionofpeace.com keeps track of the number of violent jihad attacks as best it can. The site lists more than 14,000 attacks since September 2001. It is worth a visit. What is occurring, however, that is likely inestimable are events where muslims are bullied by other muslims for not being “muslim enough,” where non-Muslims are intimidated into doing or not doing what they desire, where remnant populations are in a death spiral simply for being non-muslim in a predominantly muslim area. Christians, Jews, Hindus, Buddhists Animists and Atheists meet with death, property destruction or confiscation, forced conversion, rape, excessive taxation (the jizya), enslavement, riotous mobs and various other forms of islam (in-) justice at the hands of muslims in Sudan, Philippines, Kenya, Malaysia, India, etc. And let us not forget ‘death to Apostates’ the world over.
    STAGE 4: Totalitarian ISLAMIC “THEOCRACY”
    Islam becomes the only religious-political-judicial-cultural ideology.
    Sharia becomes the “law of the land.
    All non-Islamic human rights cancelled.
    Enslavement and genocide of non-Muslim population.
    Freedom of speech and the press eradicated.
    All religions other than Islam are forbidden and destroyed.
    Destruction of all evidence of non-Muslim culture, populations and symbols in country (Buddhas, houses of worship, art, etc).
    As regards their alliance with the Left-it is merely a means to an end and they are the useful idiots who would be exterminated first much as Communist sympathisers would have been put up against a wall first had Khrushchev succeeded.
    The Western feminist movement is notoriously leftist and when it comes to Islam, the focus cannot be put only on how women are treated, but also on what Islam represents in relation to white supremacy, an argument which is another battle horse of the leftists.
    The leftists say that there are different interpretations of Islam and that the Islam who treats women bad – or what they like to call radical Islam – is the result of centuries of white supremacy. In other words, the Western feminist movement believes that radical Islam is the natural consequence of centuries of bad Western male specimen’s behavior and finding itself torn between condemning violence against women and attacking a product of naughty white males in doing so, they prefer to do like Pontius Pilate and wash their hands, remaining more silent than not.
    Paradoxically, feminists contribute to incite Islam radicalism, as some of their Western battles are seen as a real threat to the fundamentals of many Islamic dogmas. But this is a different story for another day.

    1. I have been lurking on this forum for quite some time. What you describe here is exactly what I feel is happening with this forum. I used to greatly admire Roosh but it looks more and more like he is exactly what you warn us about here.

      1. We shall see. I find the thing about Muslims abhorrent but luckily others here think in the same way having read extensively and seen things for themselves.

  13. You heard it from the horse’s mouth: He wouldn’t mind a Muslim wife. To all the Islamaphobes on this site – f off.

  14. Meanwhile in atheist ruled France, a few days after the murder of a Catholic priest :

  15. Nice to hear a confirmation of something I said a few months ago : many of the values promoted on this site are not far off what islam promotes. Islam is not your enemy (but yes, some muslims can be).
    But your conclusion (refusing access to american soil to all muslims) is completely impractical. Even Donald Crazy Clown Trump let go of this. Of course all nations have the right to decide who they let in, but just out of curiosity how do you propose to filter muslims, and muslims only, when neither name, nor nationality, nor ethnicity can tell you whether someone is a muslim or not? There’s no way it can work from a legal point of view. The best you can do is refusing access to anyone from a muslim country, but that would mean also refusing access to non-muslims from these countries.

    1. Yes, and the “refusing access to “muslim” countries” is very dangerous.. For example Syria is traditionally a heard of Christianity (over the centuries) but now there are a good number of Muslims. If you banned all Syrians, then you would be actively punishing conservative Christians who are fleeing a Muslim invasion.

    2. QUOTE: “But your conclusion (refusing access to american soil to all muslims) is completely impractical.”
      I have to agree with this, but at the same time, something has to be done.
      Which is to say… I am willing to bet that 99% of the really in-your-face style of jihadist, radical Islam attacks… are 100% directed and vetted by the NATO countries spy and military networks.
      I learned that the Paris attack on the Church that ended with the dead priest… if I am getting the attack correct (there are so many)… the man was KNOWN to police/intelligence. They even had the guy wearing an ankle bracelet!!!
      All these attacks, especially the “big ones”, are not necessarily directly staged by our countries native intelligence/military communities, but THEY KNOW WHAT IS COMING. And they do their best to be sure these radicals are “free” to roam and plot.
      While Trump may either not be aware of this (doubtful) or simply unable to speak on it, make no mistake. The MSM is losing the info war on these attacks. Citizens are realizing that while radical Islam is a real threat, it is clearly being supported and aided by their own governments.

    3. You’ll be amongst the first they would execute or force to pay jizya. What a nonsensical thing to say. Have you read the Koran?
      As regards the second portion of your rambling-it’s simple: Present would be applicants for refugee status with a choice-Koran or Laws/Constitution; that will separate the wheat from the chaff.

  16. The left is pitting Islam, gays and feminisms against the American right because, the right is the party of European males. That is their target group. David Plouff, one of three $ewish advisors, the only advisors btw, to the prez’s campaign, came out today and said “Trump and his kind must never be allowed to rise again.” They are hunting European males through forming coalitions of “victims groups” period.

  17. I’m somewhat surprised that Roosh knew what Sgt POG means, someone, one of his editors, must have known and told him?

  18. It’s wonderful to see a man seeking for answers…
    Carry on Pilgrim
    Thessalonians 5:21
    Aramaic Bible in Plain English
    Explore everything and hold what is excellent.

  19. Roosh usually gets hundreds of comments but has few on this spirituality oriented post. I hope this will not dissuade him from the topic. I like all of them, from the ones made for your 25 year old pussy-chaser to the middle-aged plus articles where people are looking for the meaning of it all.
    Even if an individual post has few comments, it can be very important for the “whole dude”.
    When I read the articles that offer advice on how to deal with the bar whore, I think about me at age 20 and my son. (Even if I do not always agree with the advice, it least Roosh is adressing the issue).
    Secondly, if Roosh only wrote about that barwhore shit, I would be gone. It may appear that this video was low interest, but for a small number of important readers it was absolutely necessary to keep them coming to the site.
    Yes, Roosh, keep writing about getting pussy. But remember the Lord too !

  20. Unfortunately Roosh conceded to the fuzzy categories of the Left here. A more Traditionalist argument would have invoked the cultural-linguistic (but also genetic) Indo-European heritage of the Persians. The Persians wear Islam just about as well as the Poles wore Communism.
    Now “Middle Easterners” is an essential group?! The Lebanese Christians have more significant points in common with the peoples of the European Mediterranean than with their fellow Arabic speakers. The same could be said for the Copts and the Chaldeans. Roosh describes himself as a Nationalist, not a neo-Nazi!
    What kind of question was that?! Roosh, why don’t you support the religio-cultural interests (which you don’t espouse) of a people of which the members physically resemble you more than the majority of that group with which you most identify?! So basically, Roosh don’t you realize that apparent racial identity trumps all other possibilities of identification?! Call us the “whites” or the “Aryans” or whatever you please, but very few of us would dispute that Roosh is very much one of our own.

  21. Interesting. The man who sells men on learning game, is now reconsidering his participation, along with his atheism. Encouraging. Except the part about finding common ground with Islam.

  22. Doesn’t understand why Islam and Left get along? Because both are evil. Islam has made up non moral rules like ‘beat your wife’. Christianity has a basic moral code like the ten commandments. Husbands love your wives as the weaker vessel vs. beat your wife.

  23. You will never be able to screen muslims. Much like you will never be able to screen children who will bring guns to school and kill other students.So yes keep us away if you want to.
    Although you are free to believe what you want to but furthur in your video you said something along the lines of “doing what is right ethically”.To me that sounds like a contradiction to the earlier comments on keeping muslims away.
    And its pronounced as “moo s lim” not muz lim.
    I am a muslim from the third world country that everyone hates online apparently.
    And the worst part is I live in an area where people are voting Trump.Lots of rednecks around where I live .
    Edit:How do you get away with that beard and looking middle eastern yourself? I would think you are muslim if I saw you in real life.

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