A Men’s Rights Activist who has argued for the legalisation of rape has threatened to enter Australia despite the countries pleas begging the man to stop.
Daryush ‘Roosh’ Valizadeh of ‘neo-masculinist’ group Return of Kings has posted on his blog that he intends to join a Canberra meet-up of his organisation;
“I’m a man. I want this. Therefore I’m entitled to this,” he told his followers.
Mr Valizadeh has previously stirred controversy by advocating for the legalisation of rape. By legalising forced sex on private property, Mr Valizadeh argued, women would fear rape (something that they don’t fear now) and would protect their bodies the way they protect their phones.
“We shouldn’t legalise the stealing of phones, however,” Mr Valizadeh elaborated, “as I own one and I don’t want it stolen.”
Local members of Return of Kings have criticised Australia’s opposition to the self-proclaimed ‘pick-up artist’;
“Australia should be flattered it’s getting any attention at all. It’s fat and ugly and no one would want to be with it anyway,” a Sydney member posted on the Return of Kings’ forums.
Other members criticised the country for being ‘stuck-up’, complained that it had not responded to its messages after 10 minutes, and stated that Australia should ‘smile more’.
Matthew Farthing is the Politics Reporter for the (un)Australian. He points to Bernie Sanders’ loss in the caucus he was predicted to lose in as further evidence of a conspiracy against Bernie Sanders.