Pickup artist Roosh Valizadeh, better known by the pseudonym Roosh V, has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most despised men on the Internet. Valizadeh is a virulent misogynist who, not long ago, advocated the legalization of rape, a crime that he himself admits to having committed while in Iceland. Moreover, he has no problem dabbling in scientific racism, either.
Take one post from his eponymous website, RooshV, where he discusses “race differences.” In it he states unequivocally that “race differences exist” and that there are “genetic differences in personality, physiology, and thinking that can’t be entirely attributed to environmental upbringing” and which result in certain races having “strengths and weaknesses that make them compatible and incompatible with certain behaviors and features of society.”
“For example,” he wrote, “I believe Arabs, due to their kinship model of organization, are mostly incompatible with democracy, which focuses on individual rights and freedoms.”
He has also shown support the deranged idea that multiculturalism is causing “white genocide” and described Nitasha Tiku, a columnist for The Verge, as “a fat, ugly Indian cunt.” With a horrifically anti-Semitic post for the website Return of Kings, however, it appears as though Valizadeh has come even closer to embracing white supremacist beliefs. In the article, titled “The Damaging Effects Of Jewish Intellectualism And Activism On Western Culture,” he shows overt support for centuries old Jewish stereotypes and writes positively about The Culture of Critique, an anti-Semitic tome authored by Kevin MacDonald.
MacDonald, who rather unbelievably holds a position as a tenured professor at California State University, Long Beach, has ties to various hate groups, including the white supremacist Charles Martel Society and the immigrant-bashing website VDARE. The Southern Poverty Law Center has, rather appropriately, labelled MacDonald “the neo-Nazi movement’s favorite academic.” Now, MacDonald’s audience, which includes the likes of David Duke and Don Black, can count Daryush Valizadeh amongst its members.
Here’s what the sleazy pickup guru has to say about Jewish influence on society:
In the past couple of years I began to wonder about the fact that Jews are firmly in the middle of leftist movements centered around socialism, communism, and feminism. The Culture Of Critique by Kevin MacDonald answered why they are so heavily invested in leftist causes and how they have damaged traditional Christian ideals by treating America as a cultural laboratory to further their own group interests above those of gentiles (non-Jews).
Up to recently, Jews did not have a homeland, meaning they had—and still have—to live in countries where they’re minorities. Therefore they would historically favor societies that were open, multicultural, pro-immigration, and left-leaning so that they would not be persecuted by the host nation or be barred from attaining higher social and economic status.
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To accomplish such a society, Jewish intellectuals moved mountains to promote human equality and the idea of racial equality (the inventor of the word ‘racist’ was Russian Jewish communist Leon Trotsky, born Lev Bronshtein). While pushing the notion of equality, Jews were hyper-aware of their own unique race and would exclude themselves from many of the prescriptions they offered to their host cultures. They made sure to help their “tribe” before all others.
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Neoconservatism evolved from those on the farthest right of Stalin’s communist left, who eventually became anti-communist because of Soviet persecution of Jews after World War 2. They still retain liberal ideals like the denial of race and gender differences. Their most preached position of “Middle East democracy” is a euphemism for “let’s hurt Israel’s enemies.”
Jewish liberals promote domestic issues which help their interests in the USA while neocons promote foreign policies that support Israel under the false guise of conservatism. They don’t work together directly but seem to cover all the bases to help Jews both in and out of Israel.
Valizadeh maintains a certain amount of respect — a combination of “outrage and admiration” — for a group that appears to be so dedicated in standing up for its own interests, claiming that there is “no Jewish conspiracy” but nonetheless writing that the “bulk of what I criticize about Western culture” came about through Jewish intellectuals:
Jews feel an intimate bond with each other as you may have already noticed by their professional networking circles like I have in Washington DC. Their actions, lives, and ideology are dominated by their race. While I don’t have a problem with that, I do find their subversive movements against gentiles hypocritical in that they would in no way advise or enact those ideas for Israel. Their morality, fairness, and justice is limited to whether they are dealing with fellow Jews or gentiles, and they will not push any idea or notion that may paint Jewish actions in a critical light.
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In [sic] turns out there is no “Jewish conspiracy” at all. The Jewish people simply are hyper-nationalistic and ethnocentric and so live and work in a way that their group is benefited first. Their participation in every sociological movement is structured so that Jews are benefited outright, or at least not hurt. This would be no different than if your efforts to increase your income and well-being went to benefit your direct family.
What amazes me is how methodical, patient, and determined Jews are in promoting their group interests. Such efforts should be commended and modeled. Why isn’t there such a group of Americans that do the same for Christian interests? The answer lies in the fact that gentiles are less organized, less ethnocentric, more altruistic to outgroups, and more prone to selling out their people if presented with money and power, while Jews would only sell out after their ingroup needs are met.
A lot of red pill truth is concerned with dismantling myths that have been institutionalized by intellectual Jews over the past century. Not being able to highlight race or gender differences matches with the Jewish imperative because doing so will inevitably lead to “anti-Semitism” when differences between Jews and gentiles are pointed out concerning each group’s propensity for ambition, intelligence, ethnocentrism, identity, and socioeconomic class status. The Culture Of Critique explains where significant parts of our current cultural problems came from, connecting a lot of dots I had missing about why our culture got to where it is. The bulk of what I criticize about Western culture was in fact ushered in by intellectual Jewish movements.
Before opening this book, I wondered if it would turn me into a neo-Nazi, but instead it served as a historical truth bomb that has made me skeptical of the ideas, behavioral actions, and teachings of prominent Jews and where their true intentions and loyalties lie (i.e. if an American Jew would die for America before Israel). I’m also having trouble getting my head around the fact that such a small group would embark on a massive reconstruction of reality and ideological manipulations on the world’s people just to protect their group—and succeed. I feel both outrage and admiration at the same time.
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That said, when I witness the cultural destruction today and how it negatively affects my male peers, I feel not anger for what has transpired in the past but a deep focus on actions I can take in the present to preserve secular masculinity for men who don’t want to turn into a effete male who prays at the alter of a matriarchal power structure.
Don’t worry, Roosh, there’s still plenty of time for you to go full Stormfront.