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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-meetings.html

Socialists going wild and planning protests to demonstrate lack of understanding of satire and lack of value for free speech.

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Disgusting person from the looks of the article. Homophobic, sexist, transphobic.

The thing I find kind of funny is how he thinks he can get into Australia if he's banned, Australia is one of the most difficult places to get into, he has no chance.

He must have some sort of mental disorder though, nobody can be that messed up in the head.
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The thing I find kind of funny is how he thinks he can get into Australia if he's banned, Australia is one of the most difficult places to get into, he has no chance.
Just dress up as a refugee, they seem to be able to get into most countries.
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(Original post by Jebedee)

Socialists going wild and planning protests to demonstrate lack of understanding of satire and lack of value for free speech.

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"My default opinion of any girl I meet is worthless dirty wh**e until proven otherwise" seems to be really stretching the definition of satire. Sounds more like the sort of views you'd get from those men involved in the Cologne attacks.

Although I wouldn't bother banning him, it just gives him more publicity.
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Just dress up as a refugee, they seem to be able to get into most countries.
Australia though?
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Australia though?
They get refugees too.
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He literally has anecdotes of raping women in his self published pile of garbage book. He's a pathetic and disgusting excuse of a human being.

No I do not think he should be allowed to hold seminars and give tips to other ****ed up men on how to rape women, the same as I don't agree with people holding events to show others how to make bombs. Both are dangerous and not excusable for "freedom of speech". Freedom of speech is not freedom from consequence.
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I'm not the biggest fan of ultra-feminism and I don't disagree with the concept of PUA's, but this guy is a hate preacher and should be treated as no different to Anjem Choudhary or anyone else who incites violence against British citizens, sexual or otherwise.
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He literally has anecdotes of raping women in his self published pile of garbage book. He's a pathetic and disgusting excuse of a human being.

No I do not think he should be allowed to hold seminars and give tips to other ****ed up men on how to rape women, the same as I don't agree with people holding events to show others how to make bombs. Both are dangerous and not excusable for "freedom of speech". Freedom of speech is not freedom from consequence.
Can we have a direct quote please that is quite the accusation.


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I'm not the biggest fan of ultra-feminism and I don't disagree with the concept of PUA's, but this guy is a hate preacher and should be treated as no different to Anjem Choudhary or anyone else who incites violence against British citizens, sexual or otherwise.
In other words he should be allowed to preach unhindered indefinitely just like Anjem?
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In other words he should be allowed to preach unhindered indefinitely just like Anjem?
That was a bad example. Although actually Choudhary is currently awaiting trial for soliciting recruits for ISIS.
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That was a bad example. Although actually Choudhary is currently awaiting trial for soliciting recruits for ISIS.
He's always "awaiting trial". Wonder what sentence he'll get. Perhaps a weekend away in Malibu. They could even take a leaf out of Merkel's book and put him up in a five star hotel.
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IMO all PuA are utter scum.
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Just dress up as a refugee, they seem to be able to get into most countries.
Australia isn't Sweden.
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Girls, if you want to get rid of him, just say you're 23. You'll be too old for him.
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He's always "awaiting trial". Wonder what sentence he'll get. Perhaps a weekend away in Malibu. They could even take a leaf out of Merkel's book and put him up in a five star hotel.
This time they'll get him. He was recruiting people for ISIS (allegedly). He's looking at some serious prison time. Not that that seems to be much of a hurdle for Islamists these days, its where the Bataclan attackers met.

Anyhow this Roosh guy is only marginally better than a terrorist. In fact arguably he is a terrorist, since he advocates violence against women. His quotes include:

'"Systems must now be put in place where a woman's behaviour is monitored and her decisions subject to approval of a male relative or guardian who understands what's in her best interests better than she does herself.

The reason that women had their behaviour limited was for the simple reason that they are significantly less rational than men, in a way that impaired their ability to make good decisions concerning the future."'

"make rape legal if done on private property. I propose that we make the violent taking of a woman not punishable by law when done off public grounds."
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This time they'll get him. He was recruiting people for ISIS (allegedly). He's looking at some serious prison time. Not that that seems to be much of a hurdle for Islamists these days, its where the Bataclan attackers met.

Anyhow this Roosh guy is only marginally better than a terrorist. In fact arguably he is a terrorist, since he advocates violence against women. His quotes include:

'"Systems must now be put in place where a woman's behaviour is monitored and her decisions subject to approval of a male relative or guardian who understands what's in her best interests better than she does herself.

The reason that women had their behaviour limited was for the simple reason that they are significantly less rational than men, in a way that impaired their ability to make good decisions concerning the future."'

"make rape legal if done on private property. I propose that we make the violent taking of a woman not punishable by law when done off public grounds."
Yeah he also radicalised the guy who beheaded the soldier and absolutely nothing happened. Forgive me if I have no faith in this cuckold establishment.

Did you just quote a satirical article as truth?
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They keep saying he released rape guides but I bought it out of curiosity of all the hype and I'm not sure.

Granted, there is a lot of emotional manipulation in them and that in itself is questionable.
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Did you just quote a satirical article as truth?
Odd satirical article that has the author putting a postscript in the comments saying: "One more thing to add is that this article is not satire in any way. I firmly stand behind the recommendations I made." https://archive.is/pTJOi
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Odd satirical article that has the author putting a postscript in the comments saying: "One more thing to add is that this article is not satire in any way. I firmly stand behind the recommendations I made." https://archive.is/pTJOi
Look at when that comment was posted. Clearly just to annoy feminists.
He has posted 2-3 videos since then stating that it is satire. Not including the references in the BBC hit piece.
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If they don't let him in how will Australians ever achieve a k-close on a HB 8.5 and overcome LMR?
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