In a December 18, 2019 episode of The Red Man Group, white nationalist YouTube personality Stefan Molyneux sat down with a panel of similarly aggrieved men to discuss why ladies just don’t listen to men these days.
In a March 2, 2017 post for Return of Kings, John Carver advocated for a return to the use of medieval torture devices — specifically the cucking stool (also known as the ducking stool).
Updated | On July 7, 2020, the Twitter account for VDARE, an influential white nationalist hate group, teased a “[b]ig time guest” for its Social Distancing podcast. That guest, as it turns out, was Gavin Wax, the president of the New York Young Republican Club (NYYRC). Wax had recently made appearances on Fox and Friends …
Return of Kings website compares black and brown student protesters to segregationists, Vox Day complains about “whitefacing and mudsharking,” American Renaissance is accused of being a mouthpiece for Russian propagandists, and more.
Over at the neomasculinist website Return of Kings, writer Jean-Batave Poqueliche wrote a column informing his white readers of what they (supposedly) need to know about white women who date black men.
In an April 4, 2016 post for the perennially awful Return of Kings blog, columnist Corey Savage (whose bio states that he believes men should “honor their primal nature”) declared all of feminism to be a “the most successful terrorist movement of our time.”
Mike Enoch joins the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, a writer for American Renaissance writes about how black students ruin schools, Return of Kings calls for a boycott of women’s tennis, and more.
In January, Brittany Pettibone, a self-styled expert on the PizzaGate sex-trafficking hoax, had mentioned the fact that she would be hosting a new show that would be dedicated to “values that once made Western Civilization great, including but not limited to the glorification of the nuclear family, motherhood, masculinity, femininity, etiquette, traditional gender roles and love …
In a January 5th, 2016 article for Return of Kings, white nationalist vlogger Paul Ramsey (better known as RamZPaul) defined the “alt-right” movement for the website’s legions of MRA and pickup artist fans.
Over at Return of Kings, columnist Jean-Batave Poqueliche penned an article about his desire to create his own “international school” for, as the tag line says, “Forging the masculine young minds and the devoted women of tomorrow.”