Thursday, May 29, 2014

Elliot Rodger Was a Feminist and a Liberal

This will be my one post about Elliot Rodger.  I refuse to react or respond to a media that has such a patently blatant leftist agenda that you can no longer call them media or journalists, but rather what they are - liars and propagandists. 

If you are intellectually honest
And if you wish to look at the words, behaviors and actions of Elliot Rodger
He is by all means, measures and metrics acting like

a liberal and a feminist.

Roosh has done an outstanding job of pointing out just how identical Rodger's actions and words were to that espoused by feminism and socialism that I see no reason to add anything.  I will however address another angle in my podcast, but it will be tangential to this issue.

8 comments:

RobertW said...

Not to mention that he came from a family with impeccable Liberal Hollywood bonafides.

Anonymous said...

The kid was seriously batshit crazy. He wasn't a nerd that you could fix up with a bit karate, weights and hanging out with the 'boys'.

He certainly wasn't fixable by some successor to Ross Jeffries. Society has really only two options with these kinds of people.
1) Euthanasia
2) Institutionalized for life.

Kathy Shaidle said...

And a closet case.

I'll admit that my gaydar has been malfunctioning of late, but I can't be the only one who thinks this.

Although it IS getting harder to tell these days, at least when it comes to young white big city males.

Jokah Macpherson said...

He wasn't a feminist, liberal, or homosexual, and he was not batshit crazy. He was just a guy with really bad social anxiety and no one to help him address it.

I'm a big Roosh admirer (and owner of Bang and Day Bang) and I agree with his message of personal responsibility but it annoys me that almost no one understands how bad this kind of anxiety can get in some people.

Anonymous said...

Elliot Rodger was short and of weak stature. He should not have been ashamed of what nature gave him. Life is a draw and we don't choose what we are.

Not everybody is meant for sexual reproduction and while kissing girls and sex can be fun, there is a lot of problems involved with relationship maintenance.

It would seem that he was misled not only about what women want but also what sexual relationships are.

He was born in money, he could have used this opportunity to further his education and prepare a brilliant career.

Had I been him, instead of a BMW I would have asked my parents for a math professor and a computer programming professor.

Not everybody is meant to be Moose Mason, he could have made the perfect Dilton Doiley.

Anonymous said...

I have't even see his picture and i know this, cause if he was a conservative

A. This would be serious front page leading news for Weeks with great digressions on the evilness of conservatives in general.


B. the body count would be way higher.

Anonymous said...

Do you really think that a liberal feminist would write a manifesto where, I quote, says "Women should not have the right to choose who to mate and breed with. That decision should be made for them by rational men of intelligence", just before going on killing people? Really? It doesn't look to liberal neither feminist from him?

Red Pill is not fro morons. That's not Red Pill.

Shee said...

You're being intellectually dishonest if you go so far to say that a man who wrote such a manifesto is liberal feminist.

You have so many good arguments against liberal feminists. Don't discredit yourself by jumping on this bandwagon.