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Proud Rapist And Antigay Activist Seeks Other Straight Dudes To Hang Out And Do Guy Things With

by Graham Gremore February 02, 2016

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Meet Daryush ‘Roosh’ Valizadeh, a sex-crazed, gay-hating, woman-hating “male supremacist” and founder of Return of Kings, an extremist group dedicated to preserving the status of “heterosexual, masculine men” in society.

According to the group’s website, Return of Kings “aims to usher the return of the masculine man in a world where masculinity is being increasingly punished and shamed in favor of creating an androgynous and politically-correct society that allows women to assert superiority and control over men.” It also seeks to create a “safe space” for macho, macho men to join forces.

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36-year-old Valizadeh is currently organizing an “international meetup” of like-minded bros to come together, pound their chests, and reaffirm their heterosexuality. Think of it sort of like a KKK rally. Only instead of attacking black people, these dudes will talk about bashing gay people and raping women… before going back to their hotel rooms and sucking off each other.

“We will have 165 meetings in 43 countries for our international meetup day on February 6, 2016 at 8PM local time,” Valizadeh instructs on his blog. “Hosts have been instructed to wait at the meeting point from 8:00-8:20pm before moving on to the final location. If you arrive at the meeting point at 8:21pm, you will miss the meetup. Arriving on time within the window is absolutely paramount.”

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The instructions continue: “To identify your fellow tribesmen, ask the following question to a man you suspect is there for the meet-up: ‘Do you know where I can find a pet shop?’ If you ask someone for the pet shop and they appear confused or actually try to direct you to a real pet shop, they’re not there for the meetup.”

In the past, Valizadeh has said “rape should be legal on private property.” In one of his self-published books, he proudly admitted to raping a woman while she was drunk. “It took four hours of foreplay and at least 30 repetitions of ‘No, Roosh, no’ until she allowed my penis to enter her vagina,” he wrote. “No means no, until it means yes.”

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He also claimed that “the legalization of gay marriage is a full frontal attack on heterosexual men” and that “young boys” are being “enthusiastically taught the superiority of homosexual lifestyles and the shameful privilege of heterosexuals, especially concerning the types of relationships that lead to nuclear, stable families,” adding that pretty soon “straight men will be forced under the barrel of the state’s gun to pay taxes for the AIDS drugs of gays, their impulsive sex changes, their mental and medical treatments resulting from sleeping with hundreds of partners, and also the salaries of politicians that continue to vote against traditional family values and basic morality standards.”

“Our views are becoming known enough that we can ‘come out’ of the shadows and not have to hide behind a computer screen for fear of retaliation,” Valizadeh wrote in his recent blog post. “Let the sixth of February be a clear signal to all that we’re not going anywhere.”

“We have finally arrived!”

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h/t: Gay Star News

Graham Gremore
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