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  1. Jack Asher

    Jack Asher Wildly experimental Contributor

    Sep 4, 2013
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    Tribal King lives in his mother's basement

    Discussion in 'Debate Room' started by Jack Asher, Feb 5, 2016.

    I am loathe to link to The Daily Mail, but it turns out that hiding in the bushes waiting to snap pictures has uses outside of telling us what kind of tampon Hiedi Klum uses. And they've found out that Roosh V lives in his mother's basement.


    "Roosh" who mastheads Return of Kings dot com (link withheld because fuck his traffic) has advocated that rape should be legal on private property; that women are valuable only as far as their looks or their fertility, and that women with eating disorders make the best girlfriends. He's written several books about how to get women to have sex with you, using every tactic short of narcotics or physical violence. And he encourages men everywhere to act more manly, by being as horrible as they can to every woman that they meet.

    You'll probably know him best as the guy who claimed that the new Mad Max movie was feminist propaganda because they invited an expert on sex slavery to coach the actors on what sex slaves are like. That article I'll "do not link", because it's hilarious.
    It will redirect, it's supposed to, because (again) fuck his traffic.

    A little while back Roosh set up what he likes to call "tribal meetings" which basically amount to him talking to a couple other guys at a coffee shop, and then doing it again a couple of other times. Apparently that was cause enough for him to spearhead "tribal meetings" globally. He boasted of setting up 160 some meetings in 46 countries. The agenda was not released but probably involved a bunch of savage grunting, and a circle jerk onto a picture of Dirty Harry.

    Turns out that on the internet you can't stop people from seeing things they would like to see, what ever that might be. So a lot of people found out about the tribal meetings, thought they were disgusting, and were right. There were petitions in England and Australia (where Roosh was intending to visit on the meeting date) to ban him from the country. He was doxxed and ended up getting a lot of threatening phone calls and emails. So he called the cops to show them all the stuff those nasty women said to him, and Daily Mail caught him in the door of his mom's basement, where he resides.

    The Tribal King doesn't even have a house with his own name on it.
  2. GingerCoffee

    GingerCoffee Web Surfer Girl Contributor

    Mar 3, 2013
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    Ralph's side of the island.
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