Who The F*ck Are The Return of The Kings?
Apparently there’s a hate group out there called Return of the Kings, led by Daryush Roosh Valizadeh. They are so threatened by women that they are actually planning on holding meetups around the world on February 6th to promote legalized rape. You heard that right folks. They want to make rape legal so they can beat their chests and feel like men!
Before we dive into this… we believe in freedom of speech and you have the right to believe in anything you want. However, when you are publicly announcing that you want to violate other human beings for a little self esteem boost, you really should be committed or in prison, as it is likely that he has already raped.
We decided to do some research. In a nutshell, this ass twat was feeling down about himself because he got rejected by women so he decided to become a pick up artist to prove how much of a “man” he is. In actuality, he became a predator and believes in forcibly taking something that is not being given to him. He’s got this thing all twisted. A man does not rape because he understands that he doesn’t need to have sex to validate his manhood and he can have friends of the opposite sex without the expectation of sex.
We read further about this coward and found one of his articles on How To Stop Rape. By the title, this sounds like a great article until you actually read it. He states
I thought about this problem and am sure I have the solution: make rape legal if done on private property. I propose that we make the violent taking of a woman not punishable by law when done off public grounds.
So basically, a woman is not safe anywhere.
He wrote another article, You Did This To Me, blaming women for not accepting his advances and making him become the vile animal that he has become. (ICYMI Roosh, men take responsibility for their lives and don’t go around blaming others).
The more game I learned and the more women I approached, the more sex I got. The more I worried about my needs and the more I treated you like crap, the more you went out of your way to please me. The colder I was to you, the more likely you’d want to be with me. The faster I went for sex, the less you flaked on me. The more time I spent away from America, the happier I became.
You made me hate feminism. You made me forget about marriage. You made me a voice for men who have gone through the same struggles that I have. The interactions I have with a woman tomorrow is entirely due to your influence and how you’ve treated me the past fifteen years. Who I am stems from your responses to my attempts at fulfilling my biological urge of sleeping with you. You’ve shaped my game and views towards women every time you rejected me and every time you opened your legs. You made me who I am, and every day you create one thousand men who are just like me.
Some red flags came up right away. This is part of the problem with the “nice guys finish last” and “friend zone” mentalities. First off, true “nice guys” (and “nice girls”) are going to behave as such with their male and female counterparts without an ulterior motive. Second, no one on this planet is obligated to give you sex. EVER. Third, most people will have more friends than they ever will relationships. We are not created to date or have sex with every person we encounter. I don’t care how “nice” they are.
Hey Roosh, understand something please… pretty much everyone on this planet has had their heart broken and dealt with rejection. We don’t go around forcing ourselves on others because it is fucking wrong. Asides from the fact that you were not seeking love. You were seeking sex as payment for your deeds. People have the right to not give you sex just because you want it. A good friend listens to their friends. A good friend does not listen with the intention of getting laid. Maybe your ego was fractured because you lack self esteem. Whatever money you may have and all the sex in the world cannot buy you self worth.
The following information is from the ROK website about the meetups on February 6th 2016. All of the links to their website have been purposely disabled.
Frequently Asked Questions For International Meetup Day On February 6
The tribal meeting is only 9 days away. We’re meeting in 43 countries throughout the world at 8PM local time. Over a dozen meeting locations have changed since initial publication so be sure to review the full listing of meeting points along with the meeting protocol.
Here are answers to several questions I’ve received about the meetup:
Q: Can I bring a female friend, girlfriend, lover, or wife?
A: Absolutely not. This meeting is for heterosexual men only.
Q: Can I come if I’m a homosexual or transsexual?
A: No. This is a meeting for heterosexual men only.
Q: What should we do if a pretty girl shows up and begs to be a fly on the wall?
A: Get her number and then tell her to buzz off. Do not allow women to attend the meeting.
Q: Can I bring my son or little brother?
A: Many of the final venues will be in bars that require you to be of legal drinking age to enter (18 or 21 depending on the country). Since there is no way to tell you beforehand what the final venue is, underage males may not be suitable for the meetup.
Q: What happens if a host doesn’t show up?
A: If no one claims to be hosting, the men who arrived can discuss which venue to move to at 8:20pm. The meetups are structured so that they can proceed without a host.
Q: What if I’m the only one who shows up?
A: That means your city is not yet ready for meetups. Let me know so that we can plan future meetups in larger cities within your state or province.
Q: What if crazy feminists show up?
A: Record them with your camera, upload the footage to Dropbox, and then send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org afterwards so we can tear them up. If accosted during the meetup, travel to the final venue in pairs or triplets using an indirect route so the final location is not compromised (make sure you are not followed). While I wouldn’t mind a bit of excitement, there is currently zero chatter online that a single meetup will be disrupted.
Q: Is there is a danger I could get doxxed from a feminist?
A: The risk is extremely small (it has yet to happen that a reader of mine has been publicly doxxed from commenting or showing up to a meetup or lecture). I also think that men who are scared of feminist actions are underestimating their ability to respond firmly and without fear. Even if a feminist records your face and uploads it to Youtube, the “crime” of standing at a location in public is not enough to have a witch mob come after you that threatens your livelihood.
Q: Have the hosts been vetted? What if they are a secret feminist agent?
A: Again, this has never happened before, so the risk is minuscule. If you remain anxious or fearful of green-haired female activists or male feminists, simply don’t give out your last name or company name during the meetup. At least for the meetup on February 6, high trust is not necessary since you’re not giving personal information beyond emails or phone numbers.
Q: Which meetup will you be at?
A: Washington DC.
Q: Is this a white nationalist meetup?
A: No. This is a meetup for men of all races and backgrounds who read ROK and my blog. The Tribal Meeting is not a white nationalist organization.
Q: Do permanent tribes have a consistent message that ensures purity of neomasculine thought during the meetings?
A: There is no universal program. Each tribe is encouraged to interpret neomasculinity to suit their local and immediate needs. I don’t know what is best for a German tribe, for example.
Q: For meetup hosts that go on to create permanent tribes, will there be a way for them to stay in touch with other tribal leaders?
A: Yes, I will create a private forum for all tribal chiefs and elders after we have ten or so tribes. We currently have four.
Q: Are you concerned that agents within the various Alphabet Soup groups (CIA, FBI, NSA, CID, NCIS, ETC) may try to infiltrate the tribal meetup?
A: The tribe is apolitical and does not attempt to challenge governmental authority, so I don’t believe we’ll be targeted for infiltration. That said, keep an eye on possible agent provocateurs who advocate for illegal activities out of the blue. If you have any more questions, ask them below in the comments or learn more about the Tribal Meeting concept through the announcement post.
Lastly, I ask that you share details of the meetup with friends of yours who you think may be interested. 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. Up to now, the enemy has been able to exert their power by isolating us and attacking with shrieking mobs, but we’ll be able to neutralize that tactic by amassing in high numbers come February 6. I will exact furious retribution upon anyone who challenges you in public on that date (remember to record them). Therefore let the sixth of February be a clear signal to all that we’re not going anywhere. We have finally arrived.
Full City Listing And Meeting Points For International Meetup Day On February 6, 2016
To identify your fellow tribesmen, ask the following question to a man you suspect is there for the meetup: “Do you know where I can find a pet shop?” If you are asked this question, answer in the affirmative: “Yes, it’s right here.” You can then introduce yourself and get details about where to proceed at 8:20. 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.
UPDATE: If a meetup location has been replaced with an email address or two, you must follow the protocol detailed here.
Here is the final list of all meeting points:
- Birmingham – In front of Ohenry’s coffee shop, downtown Homewood (not the Brookwood Mall Ohenry’s)
- Anchorage – Elderberry Park, near the Oscar Anderson House, a museum. Meet by the chairs and table. Address: 1297 West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99501.
- Phoenix – Meet in front of main entrance of tallest building of Phoenix Plaza (Qwest Tower).
- Tucson – Arizona Historical Society (949 E 2nd St, Tucson, AZ 85719). Meet at statue near corner of N Park Ave and E 2nd St.
- Little Rock – email@example.com
- Long Beach – Parking lot of Glory Days Sports Bar, Carson Blvd and Woodruff Ave.
- Los Angeles – L.A. Live in front of Starbucks entrance. Address: 800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015
- Newport Beach – The outdoor fountain directly in front of Macy’s department store at Fashion Island.
- Orange County – The fountain in front of the Ferris wheel at the Irvine Spectrum Mall.
- Palm Springs – Fountain at Mercado Plaza (Palm Canyon Drive)
- Redwood City – Parking lot of IHOP. Address: 491 Veterans Blvd, Redwood City, CA 94063
- Roseville – Royer Park (the large park on Douglas Blvd), next to the gatling gun statue.
- San Diego – Corner of 16th & Broadway, in parking lot of the Goodwill
- San Diego (North) – The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch. Meet in front of The Baked Bear Shop.
- San Francisco – Balboa Park Bart station, by the arched exit.
- San Leandro – Northwest corner of the intersection of E. 14th St. and Estudillo Av. Meet at the public fountain.
- Santa Barbara – Steps of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, located on the corner of State Street and Anapamu Street in downtown Santa Barbara
- Sherman Oaks – Sherman Oaks Galleria, between the fountain and Cheesecake Factory entrance. Address: 15301 Ventura Blvd.
- Boulder – North Boulder Park, beside the shelter.
- Denver – 19th Ave and Gilpin Street, on the south side of Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.
- New Haven – World War I Memorial, beside flagpole
- Stamford – In the little square on the corner of Franklin St and Broad St.
- Orlando – The Red Chinese Tang pavilion at Lake Eola, beside red pagoda.
- Tampa – Curtis Hixon Park, between fountains and grass.
- West Palm Beach – Clematis Street Fountains, on the side of North Clematis street
- Athens – The Arch at the University of Georgia
- Atlanta – Piedmont Park, corner of 10th street and Charles Allen Dr by the sign.
- Honolulu – Pearl Ridge Downtown, underneath globe sign. Address: 98 – 1005 Moanalua Rd, Aiea, HI 96701
- Boise – Idaho State Capital Building, 700 W Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83702. Met by the statue of Abraham Lincoln.
- Chicago – Rogers Park, beside the flagpole.
- Chicago (Homewood) – Parking lot of Balagio’s. Address: 17501 Dixie Hwy, Hazel Crest, IL 60430.
- Cedar Rapids – In Sokol Park beside the gazebo. 16th Ave SW
- Des Moines – Parking lot of the VA Hospital beside pictured tree. Address: 3600 30th St. Des Moines, IA. 50310
- New Orleans – Magazine Street and Lawrence Square, besides the big tree, across the street from 4318 Magazine Street.
- Bangor – Bangor Public Library, in front of main entrance below the stairs (145 Harlow St)
- Annapolis – Downtown/Historic Annapolis Harbor, Main Street, by the Kunte Kinte memorial statue.
- Baltimore – In front of Cross Street Market entrance in Federal Hill
- Boston (North End) – Paul Revere Statue in Paul Revere Mall
- Ann-Arbor – Nickel’s Arcade in downtown Ann Arbor. Meet at the center column near the entrance off State Street.
- Lansing – Lansing River Trail, top of the fish ladder steps.
- Macomb County/Clinton Township – The Mall at Partridge Creek. Meet in front of the fountain between Brio Tuscan Grille and P.F. Chang’s. Address: 17420 Hall Rd, Charter Twp of Clinton, MI 48038
- Rochester Hills – Elizabeth Park, beside center bush.
- Duluth – Leif Erickson Park by the stage. Address: 12th Ave E & London Road, Duluth, MN 55802
- Kansas City – North side of the World War 1 Museum, on sidewalk directly above monument.
- Las Vegas – Beside Vegas Vic neon sign on the old strip.
- Portsmouth – In front of main entrance of The North Church. 2 Congress St, Portsmouth, NH 03801
- Atlantic City – On the Boardwalk in front of main Taj Mahal entrance
- Hoboken – In front of Mulligans Pub underneath the canopy. Address: 159 1st St.
- Albuquerque – East side of University Of New Mexico Bookstore. Address: 2301 Central Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87106.
- New York – St. Catherine’s Park, next to the spiral kids slide. 1245 1st Ave between 67th and 68th st
- New York – Washington Square Park under the arch
- Rochester – Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall (26 Gibbs St, Rochester, NY 14604), Meet at intersection at Gibbs and Main, where the concert hall entrance is.
- Syracuse – Columbus Circle, next to the statue. Address: East Onondaga Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
- Charlotte – Romare Bearden Park. Meet by the benches behind the gazebo-like structure on the corner of W Martin Luther King and Church St.
- Wilmington – Riverfront Park, across the river from USS North Carolina, beside map kiosk.
- Cincinnati – I-75 and Sharon road has a large parking lot with a grass field next to a Speedway Gas Station. Meet on the grass.
- Oklahoma City – In front of Harkins Theater at 150 E Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104.
- Harrisburg – Steps of Capitol on the west side.
- Philadelphia – Washington Square Park, between 5th and 6th St right off Walnut Street (it is the size of a city block). Meet specifically by the memorial to the Revolutionary War Soldiers eternal flame.
- Anderson – The Carolina Wren Park located downtown at 111 E. Whitner St. 29621 in the Pavilion. Meet beside the fountain.
- Camden – King Haigler Tower, main entrance. Address: 950 Broad Street, Camden SC 29020
- Chattanooga – In front of Dollar General. Address: 5952 E. Brainerd Road
- Mount Juliet – Parking lot in front of entrance to Big Star Cigar Lounge. Address: 3384 N Mt. Juliet Road, Suite 1100, Mount Juliet, TN 37122
- Nashsville (North) – In front of Baileys in Rivergate Plaza Shopping Mall
- Austin – Palm Park by the stone structure. Address: 711 East 3rd Street, Austin, TX 78701
- Dallas – Meet at the old school phone booth In front of British Beverage Company (BBC). Address:
2800 Routh St, Dallas, TX 75201″
- Denton – Denton Square, beside the little arch. Address: 110 W Hickory St, Denton, TX 76201.
- El Paso – 301 W Missouri Ave, El Paso, TX 79901. Meet on corner next to statue of man.
- Houston – Near the arch of the Sam Houston Monument, adjacent to Houston Museum of Natural Science (5555 Hermann Park Dr, Houston, TX 77030)
- Nederland – firstname.lastname@example.org
- San Antonio – In front of main door of the Alamo
- Provo – Provo City Center Temple on the corner of University Avenue and Center Street. Meet at circle pathway in front of main entrance.
- Salt Lake City – Salt Lake City Library, at the top of the amphitheater. Address: 210 E 400 S.
- Charlottesville – Lee Park, beside the statue of Lee
- Virginia Beach – Mt. Trashmore, at bottom of stairs. Address: 310 Edwin Dr, Virginia Beach, VA 23462
- Everett – Clark Park, next to the gazebo. Address: 2400 Lombard Avenue, Everett, WA 98201.
- Seattle – In front of main entrance of Seattle Public Library. 1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104.
- Seattle (North) – Statue of Lenin. Address: Corner of Fremont PI N and N 36th St.
- Dupont Circle, on the north side by the Starbucks.
- Kenosha – In front of Brat Stop. Address: 12304 75th St. Kenosha, WI 53142.
- La Crosse – The large water fountain at Riverside Park.
Rest Of The World
- Brisbane – email@example.com
- Melbourne – firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
- Perth – Ocean Beach Hotel on sidewalk. Warning: protest likely.
- Sydney – firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
- Graz – In the dead center of Tummelplatz square
- Wien – Museumsquartier, Treppe von Mumok (Stairs of Mumok). Museumsplatz 1, Wien 1010. Meet at bottom of steps.
- Nassau – In front of main entrance to Fort Montagu
- Brussels – Place Royale, 1000 Brussels. Meet beside the statue. Warning: protest possible.
- Sofia – Statue of Saint Sofia.
- Phnom Penh – The royal palace in front of main entrance. Meet at the bottom of the steps.
- Calgary – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Edmonton – email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
- Montreal – email@example.com
- Ottawa – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Surrey – Fortlangleyconstruction@gmail.com
- Toronto – email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vancouver – email@example.com
- Victoria – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Windsor – The Burt Weeks Memorial Gardens, on mini-pier. Warning: protest likely.
- Winnipeg – email@example.com
- Santiago – Plaza Italia, next to the statue
- Shanghai – People’s Square Exit 1, street-side, left corner.
- Bogota – In the center of Parque de Usaquen
- Prague – Republic Square.
- Helsinki – Kolmen sepän patsas (Three Smiths statue) in Helsinki next to Stockmann department store.
- Nantes – Crossing of Rue du Chateau and Rue Mathelin Rodier. In front of the main entrance of the castle is a little square with a statue of Anne de Bretagne. Meet beside the statue.
- Paris – Place de la République, beside the lion statue.
- Aachen – In the center point of Katschhof
- Berlin – In front of main entrance to Cafe Lichtburg. Behmstrasse, 13357 Berlin.Map.
- Frankfurt am Main – Bank entrance of Frankfurt Dome / Frankfurter Dom, in front of the souvenir shop with the red sign. Image
- Hamburg – Hamburg Rathaus, in front of the main entrance
- Munchen – München Olympiazentrum, BMW Welt, main entrance.
- Nurnberg – Willy-Brandt-Denkmal (monument) at the Willy-Brandt-Platz, next to statue.
- Würzburg – Warriors Memorial near the Wurzburg Residence.
- In front of Joe Banana’s Bar in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island (Jaffe Road and Laurd Road).
- Reykjavik – Leif Ericsson statue in Hallgrímstorg Church. Warning: massive protest likely.
- Mumbai – D-mart in Powai, beside the tree by the main entrance.
- Tehran – Niavaran Park, Tehran. Meet at the eastern side of the main fountain in front of the ice cream shop.
- Naas – In front of main entrance of Naas Courthouse. Warning: protest likely.
- Tel Aviv – In front of the main entrance to Sarona Market
- Bari – Parco 2 Giugno, in front of main entrance on Viale Einaudi.
- Reggio calabria – Museo Nazionale, in front of main entrance.
- Rome – At the Spanish Steps, in front of the Montcler store, at the corner of Via Condotti.
- Osaka – Next to the KFC beside HEP 5 shopping mall. Address: 6-15 Kakudacho, Kita Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 530-0017, Japan.
- Tokyo – Ebisu Garden Place Glass Square, beside glass structure
- Mexico City – Beside Kiosko de Coyoacan.
- Settat – Horse Fountain.
- Kathmandu – Patan Durbar Square, between the two tall columns.
- Amsterdam – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Utrecht – Center of Neude Square. Warning: protest possible.
- Auckland – email@example.com
- Dunedin – In front of of Dunedin Town Hall at archway below the steps. Warning: protest likely.
- Wellington – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Manila – Greenbelt mall beside the R-letter pedestal at the entrance near the Hermes store.
- Gdansk – At Fontanna Neptuna
- Katowice – Spodek (Saucer) in Katowice. Address: ul. Korfantego 35
- Warsaw – In front of Starbucks across from the Mariott Hotel.
- Wroclaw – In the middle of Plac Solny (“Salt Square”/Flower Market), beside the Iglica (needle) statue. Stare Miasto 50-061/50-062, Wroclaw.
- Lisbon – Restauradores – Monument to the Restorers, in front of the obelisk, near Hard Rock Cafe Lisboa.
- Bucharest – Piata Universitatii – Fantana.
- Novosibirsk – Next to the statue of Vladimir Lenin on Lenin Square
- Belgrade – Trg Republike, in front of horse statue
- Singapore – Fort Canning Park, Dhoby Ghaut, underneath big arch.
- Ljubljana – “The Illyrian Provinces Monument” (Ilirski steber) at the “French Revolution Square” (Trg Francoske revolucije)
- Seoul – In front of Bosingak Belfry. Jonggak station, subway line 1, exit 4.
- Barcelona – Underneath Arc de Triomf monument. Warning: protest likely.
- Granada – In front of Granada Cathedral
- Stockholm – Medborgarplatsen, in front of first glass structure.
- Basel – Baarfuesserplatz Tram Stop, by the tall pole.
- Taipei – On Tap Pub, in front of main entrance. Address: No. 21, Alley 11, Lane 216, Section 4, Zhongxiao E Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City, 106
- Bangkok – In front of Starbucks Terminal 21
United Arab Emirates
- Dubai – Dubai Mall, in front of Tim Horton.
- Cardiff – Beside female statue in front of Hilton Cardiff on Friary Road.Warning: protest likely.
- Edinburgh – email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
- Glasgow – George Square. Meet by the tall obelisk statue. Warning: protest likely, multiple violent threats received.
- Leeds – email@example.com
- London – firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
- Manchester – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Newcastle – Beside Grey’s monument. Warning: protest likely.
- Shrewsbury – Frankwell car park, bottom of the pedestrian walkway. Warning: protest likely.