Worldwide Meetup For Men Causes More Outrage Than Muslim Rape Epidemic

Roosh V plans worldwide meetup for men, feminists and SJWs go crazy.  


Roosh V, a controversial pick-up artist and blogger, recently scheduled a worldwide meetup day for fans of this forum and website to gather on 2/6 in order to commit thought crimes such as discussing beer, women and other topics related to masculinity.  Upon hearing the news, Social Justice Warriors responded with outrage and have dubbed the event a “legalize rape” rally despite the claim being completely untrue.

Roosh, who wrote a satirical article on how legalizing rape might be the only way to stop it, has been labeled the “rape legalization advocate” by third-wave radical feminists and other SJWs .  While the pick-up artist may have been looking to create hysteria by writing such a provocative article, it’s the news media that have aided in perpetuating the disinformation surrounding V and his message.

To set the record straight, nobody at Return of Kings or Roosh V’s platform believe rape should be legalized – they’re simply critical of the feminist movement’s obsession with the “rape culture” myth and believe a great number of men have been hit with false allegations.

We the Vigilant stands in solidarity with Return of Kings, Roosh and others who have received threats as a result of daring to meetup and talk about things men enjoy.

It’s certainly interesting that the left is willing to cause civil unrest over a male meetup group while subsequently ignoring the Muslim rape epidemic sweeping Europe today. Evidently, fabricated stories are more important than real atrocities caused by open border policies they pushed for.

In Cologne, Germany alone – authorities received 500 different complaints about sexual assault/rape at the hands of Islamic radicals who flooded the country by taking advantage of the “refugee” crisis.

Leftists responded by calling for more “refugees” and staging a mass protest of peaceful meetups designed only for the purpose of fun and discussion.




About the Author

Benjamin Knight
Benjamin Knight, the founder of We the Vigilant and host of The Maverick Podcast, was born in Engelwood, New Jersey. He is a Bible believing Christian, a right-wing Libertarian and a nationalist who is dedicated to fighting back against cultural Marxism and globalism. In his free time, Knight enjoys triggering leftists, shooting guns and being an American.

2 Comments on "Worldwide Meetup For Men Causes More Outrage Than Muslim Rape Epidemic"

  1. Thank you for actually reporting the truth about the meetups. Greatly appreciated.

  2. Finally the truth about this! Roosh is a brave man!

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