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    Return of Kings: Supporters of website touting 'legalising rape' to meet across Australia

    Return of Kings: Supporters of website touting 'legalising rape' to meet across Australia

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    Supporters of a website led by a man who says rape should be legalised on private property are set to meet up in cities around Australia, sparking a backlash on social media.



    ( Provided by ABC News) Return of Kings creator Daryush Valizadeh said in a blog post he supported legalising rape on private property.


    According to the Return of Kings (ROK) website, the US-based group believes "a woman's value significantly depends on her fertility and beauty", and the elimination of traditional sex roles "unleashes women's promiscuity".

    The site is designed to be a "safe space for heterosexual men" who believe "men should be masculine and women should be feminine".

    "ROK aims to usher the return of the masculine man in a world where masculinity is being increasingly punished and shamed in favour of creating an androgynous and politically-correct society that allows women to assert superiority and control over men," the website states.

    The "tribal meetings" are planned for February 6 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. They are being held on that date in 43 countries, according to the site.

    Supporters have a 20-minute window to meet their host at a pre-listed destination, like the fountain at Sydney's Hyde Park, before they move to their final undisclosed destination, most likely a bar, the Return of Kings website said.

    Since the controversy surfaced earlier today, "neomasculinist" Daryush Valizadeh, the creator of the group, has announced he will come to Australia for the event.

    "**** it, I just booked a flight to Australia. See you somewhere there on 2/6. I'll stay a while, see some sights," Mr Valizadeh, 36, tweeted with an screen shot of flight options to cities in Australia.

    Some women have taken to social media to express their outrage at the meet-up and the group's controversial views.

    Greens MP Larissa Waters said on Twitter she "thought it was a hoax, their views are so medieval. Any 'meetings' will tank".

    Former sex discrimination commissioner Elizabeth Broderick said Return of Kings' views were "deeply offensive and have no place in Australia".

    Feminist writer Clementine Ford said: "If Doosh wants to make it legal for men to rape women on private property it's only fair that we make it legal for those women to kill them."

    Writer and activist Melinda TankardReist tweeted: "So provocative that they are choosing to meet out in the open. They want us to know they hate us."

    Mr Valizadeh, 36, published a blog post on his personal website suggesting legalising rape on private property is the solution to the United States' rape culture.

    "Without daddy government to protect her, a girl would absolutely not enter a private room with a man she doesn't know or trust unless she is absolutely sure she is ready to sleep with him," the blog post said.

    His blog also features sections for "pick-up tips", advising men to "stop asking for permission", and a link to his "Bang Guides: strategy guides for getting laid at home and abroad".

    A Frequently Asked Questions page for the event says transsexuals, homosexuals and women are not welcome, and outlines what to do if "a pretty girl shows up" the answer being "get her number and tell her to buzz off".

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    A bullet to the back of the head would take care of this bitch.
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    Return of Kings 'legal rape' creator 'Roosh V' hasn't applied for visa, Peter Dutton says

    Return of Kings 'legal rape' creator 'Roosh V' hasn't applied for visa, Peter Dutton says

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    Twitter: @_AMERICHAN_/ABC News Daryush 'Roosh V' Valizadeh is planning to come to Australia for Return to Kings "tribal meetings".


    A man who believes rape should be legalised has not applied for a visa, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says, despite 'Roosh V' confirming plans to visit Canberra this weekend.

    But Mr Dutton has not ruled out stopping his entry into the country, stating he would continue to monitor the case.

    Daryush Valizadeh, also known as Roosh V, is the creator of Return of Kings (ROK), a group organising "tribal meetings" for this Saturday in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.

    According to the ROK website, the US-based group believes "a woman's value significantly depends on her fertility and beauty", and that rape should be legalised on private property.

    An Immigration Department spokeswoman said no-one named Daryush Valizadeh had applied for a visa to visit Australia.

    Earlier today Mr Dutton ordered an urgent briefing on the matter, saying a visa cancellation was possible.

    "Australia doesn't welcome people to our country who disrespect women," Mr Dutton said.

    "The department in the past has made decisions to cancel visas of people that advocate violence, particularly against women."

    Earlier this month Mr Dutton cancelled the visa of controversial "pickup artist" Jeff Allen.

    Mr Valizadeh, 36, confirmed to the ABC his intention to travel to Australia for a Canberra meeting stating: "I don't have time to talk. I'm busy getting ready for my last-minute trip to Australia. I want to personally conduct a meet-up in Canberra."

    He claimed on Twitter if he faced any entry dramas he would: " just take a private boat to Darwin from Indonesia or East Timor. I'll find a way to enter. I won't be stopped."

    In a statement, Greens senator Larissa Waters said there was no place for "violent, archaic and disturbing views" about women.

    "Any men who are thinking about attending these disturbing events should be aware that not only is their behaviour completely out of touch with the majority of Australians, but that it is a criminal offence to incite violence," she said.


    Petition gains 40,000 supporters

    A change.org petition asking police to stop the "tribal meetings" planned for Australia has gained more than 40,000 signatures in 24 hours.

    University student Blair Williams, who is undertaking a PhD in politics and gender, began the petition yesterday.

    She said she was a "passionate feminist" and against the beliefs held by ROK.

    "I believe what Roosh V, the person these men support, and the Return to Kings website, is absolutely abhorrent," Ms Williams told the ABC.

    "He thinks rape should be legalised people supporting that message and sharing those values, which are illegal, I don't think they should be meeting considering we already have a problem with violence against women."

    Her petition, Stop Supporters of 'Legal Rape' Roosh V Advocates Meeting in Sydney, includes a letter to New South Wales Police.

    "What these men are advocating is, and should legally be considered, a hate-crime," it reads.

    "Not only should the police stop this event from occurring they also need to inspect the men attending this event."


    Police keeping watch on proposed ROK events

    NSW Police told the ABC it was aware of the meetings and would be keeping watch.

    "NSW Police are aware of a number of meetings occurring in Sydney Saturday evening (February 6) by a group called 'Return of Kings'," it said in a statement.

    "Police will monitor these areas to prevent any breaches of the peace."

    Ms Williams said while it may be difficult to stop the events from occurring, she expected police to keep a watchful eye over what unfolds.

    "It could be quite difficult because they [ROK supporters] are trying to keep it secret, which is quite cowardly," she said.

    Ms Williams said she expected the meetings would involve men "circle-jerking over their beliefs" and men would be taught more about the beliefs of so-called pick-up artists (PUA).

    PUA can just refer to techniques involved in attracting sexual partners, but has gained negative connotation in recent times due to those taught by controversial pick-up artists Julien Blanc and Jeff Allen.

    Ms Williams said previous gatherings of ROK supporters in other countries like Canada had led to the harassment of women.

    Queensland and Victoria police have also been contacted for comment.

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    Fuck.Off.

    How disgusting.

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    The fuck have I just read?

    I hope some huge dicked rapist helps this guy find his feminine side. On private property, of course.
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    I would recommend pursuing them under RICO as well as adding all members to the Do Not Fly list since they are basically espousing the same ideology as ISIS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    A bullet to the back of the head would take care of this bitch.
    and it should be made legal on private property.
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    Well if we could just get him to Texas, problem solved...on private property.

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    Not so cool now! Pro-rape pick-up artist pictured in a sweat-stained T-shirt at the door of his mother's home (where he lives in the BASEMENT!)

    Daryush 'Roosh' Valizadeh at center of international 'pro-rape' storm pictured | Daily Mail Online

    By Shekhar Bhatia In Silver Spring, Maryland, For Dailymail.com
    Published: 08:57 EST, 5 February 2016 | Updated: 01:10 EST, 6 February 2016




    • Daryush 'Roosh' Valizadeh, 36, calls himself the 'King of Masculinity' but has faced anger from around the world for his views on rape
    • He posted an article advocating legalization of rape on private land and has said women's value is dependent on 'fertility and beauty'
    • This weekend he was planning 'tribal meetings' for his followers in 45 countries but called them off because of 'death threats'
    • Today Daily Mail Online found him at his mother's cul-de-sac home in Silver Spring, Maryland - where he lives in the basement
    • Valizadeh called police to complain about alleged threats and answered the door in stained t-shirt, geeky glasses and with a graying beard
    • It was posted more than a year ago and yesterday he decided to add a disclaimer that it should not be taken literally


    This is the man at the center of a worldwide storm after advocating legalizing rape on private property - in a sweat-stained T-shirt at the door of his mother's house.

    Daryush 'Roosh' Valizadeh, 36, the self-proclaimed 'King of Masculinity' called police after receiving death threats from around the world and canceled a series of 'tribal meetings' in 45 countries set for this weekend.

    Valizadeh, who is at the center of public protests at home and in Canada, Australia and the UK, is on record as advocating women be banned from voting, describing a woman's value as dependent on her 'fertility and beauty', and stating that women with eating disorders make the best girlfriends.



    (Disheveled: Dressed in a t-shirt with sweat-stained armpits, and shorts, Daryush Valizadeh was seen for the first time since the storm erupted over his 'pro-rape' views)




    (At the door: Daily Mail Online was present as a Montgomery County Police officer arrived at Daryush Valizadeh's mother's home, where the 36-year-old lives in the basement. He had called 911 over threats)


    (Suburb: Valizadeh lives in the basement of his mother's cul-de-sac home in Silver Spring, Maryland)



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    Talks: Officers who attended the 911 call asked him about the sequence of events. He told them that his article saying rape on private ground should be legal was 'satire' - but admitted he had only added the disclaimer yesterday)




    In a highly-criticized blog he said that if a woman was raped on private property, it should be legal.

    Today he told police that it was meant to be a satirical article and that he had written it in early 2015 and had since put a disclaimer on the piece saying it was satire.

    But asked when he had added the disclaimer he admitted it had been placed only 'yesterday'.

    The internet geek, who has written a series of books teaching what he claims is the best way for men to use their testosterone to bed women, likes to portray himself as an global businessman.

    But as the international storm grew around him today, Daily Mail Online found him in hiding at the cul-de-sac where he ekes out his vile views on his laptop - and sells ads on his website, which cost $150 a day.

    Today, dressed in a stained T-shirt and shorts and living in the basement of his mother's home, he was concerned for his safety.

    He said he had received death threats from around the world. He played officers voicemails left on his phone and showed them emails.

    Some were from Britain, Australia and the US and warned him he would be 'shot, stabbed or have his home burned down.'

    One said: 'We will kill you if you come to our city' and others were filled with vitriol, he told officers.

    After dialing 911, two officers visited him and he greeted them in his work attire. One female officer only entered his doorway and he had to bring his laptop to the stoop and front hall to show her how his views on rape had backfired.

    He said he had only been aiming to gain attention but had not budgeted for the worldwide anger against him and feared for his safety.

    Valizadeh, who used the alias Roosh, said he was canceling the worldwide city weekend meetings of his followers after the threats.


    Valizadeh caused outrage after saying he wouldn't respond to female journalists because he didn't 'respect' them. He also angered people when he tweeted a sexist message with a picture of anchor, Candice Wyatt



    Many of his self published e-books have been widely condemned as 'rape guides' by the media and politicians



    He said he could 'no longer guarantee the safety or privacy of the men who want to attend'.

    In a statement he posted online, he apologized to his supporters and said they would be let down.

    Meetings had been planned around the US including Washington, New York and Los Angeles and across the globe.

    Valizadeh had said he would be attending a gathering in Australia, but backed down after a public outcry there which was echoed, particularly in Britain where 80,000 signed a petition calling on the government to ban him and his meetings using hate crime laws.

    He had banned homosexual men from attending as well as all women

    If a pretty girl approached a man attending, his advice online to followers was 'Get her number and then tell her to buzz off. Do not allow women to attend the meeting.'

    He had advised followers that feminists may attack them or male opponents, but they were not to strike back but follow the 'Gandhi principle of non violence' record incidents on cell phones.

    He graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in microbiology and soon after started a local blog called DC Bachelor.



    As he likes to be seen: This is the image Valizadeh likes to portray of himself





    The Scottish city of Glasgow appeared was claimed to be the source of a particularly large backlash against the self-proclaimed King of Masculinity


    His first book called Bang was 'a textbook for picking up girls and getting laid.' He wrote several other books with the word 'Bang' in the title such as 'Day Bang'.

    In America, he was placed on a 'misogyny list' by the social justice organization Southern Poverty Law Center.

    Valizadeh celebrates and dwells on the title given to him when he visited Romania of 'World Don Juan.'

    He says: 'I didn't try to become infamous worldwide, but that has been the outcome, all because of my teachings and ideas.

    'I've been falsely accused of crimes like rape and harassment by my enemies in an attempt to shut me down, but they are too weak to defeat me.'

    He has also complained about the abuse he has received over his views. One message was directed at Glasgow, Scotland, where he claimed 'I've received more threats from Glasgow than anywhere else combined. Is it some kind of convict resettlement zone?'

    One Twitter user who replied was comedian and BBC broadcaster Hardeep Singh Kohli, who said: 'It's a city with a moral compass and a degree of self esteem. Try it sometime...'

    Singh Kohli was suspended from his working with the broadcasters The One Show in 2009 over alleged 'inappropriate sexual behavior' towards a female colleague. No formal complaint was made and he apologized unreservedly for his behavior and later said: 'We all make mistakes and we all make misjudgments.'

    A neighbor of the self proclaimed lothario said she was disgusted at his views.

    Esther Eyere,33, a nursing student at Marymount University, said: 'I can't believe he can have views like that, especially about rape. It makes me sick.'

    The U.K. government has called for him to be 'ridiculed' and welcomed the cancellation of his meetings.

    Britain's Home Office Minister Karen Bradley told parliament today: 'The government condemns in the strongest terms anyone who condones rape and sexual violence.

    'We should ridicule, we should show contempt, and we should show that these are the most ridiculous views.



    MISOGYNIST 'PICK-UP ARTIST': DARYUSH VALIZADEH


    (Daryush Valizadeh, pictured, once said his 'default opinion' of any woman was the she was a 'whore')


    Once a micrbiologist, Daryush Valizadeh first spread his misogynistic propaganda via a blog called 'DC Bachelor'.

    By 2007 Valizadeh felt he had established a considerable following and decided to pen his first book, called 'Bang'.

    Inside the book, he described the 'ruthlessly optimized process' that 'enabled me to put my penis inside' various women.

    He later traveled abroad researching a slew of other titles that include Bang Colombia, Bang Iceland, Don't Bang Denmark, Bang Poland and Bang Lithuania.

    The 36-year-old has 15 self-published books, many of which have been widely condemned as 'rape guides' by media, residents and politicians who live in the countries he is writing about.

    He once said: 'My default opinion of any girl I meet is worthless dirty whore until proven otherwise.'

    In October 2012, Valizadeh decided to expand his online presence by creating the website 'Return of Kings'.

    The website publishes a string of 'neomasculine' articles that claims women should not work, women should have their behaviour and decisions 'controlled by men' and has even encouraged males to record consensual sex with a hidden camera to ensure they are not 'falsely accused of rape'.

    Other articles claim that one in four women are 'certifiably mentally ill' and should not be unable to live autonomously in today's society.

    Last year Valizadeh wrote one of his more offensive and reviled articles - 'How to Stop Rape' - where he claims that the American government should legalise rape on private property.

    He has also started to tour countries where he tries gives speeches to an often small band of followers.

    Despite a 42,500-strong petition calling for his entry to be blocked, he made his way to Montreal, in Canada, last August.

    In the city he and his 34 supporters were met with a mob of angry protesters who threw beer in his face and chased him into a building as his followers scurried away.

    Fearful he would be swamped by angry protesters again, the 'anti-feminist' hired extra security for an appearance in Toronto, which according to the Huffington Post, only had around 50 attendees.

    In September, a petition was also launched to have Valizadeh's self-published 'pro-rape' books removed from the online retail giant Amazon.

    The self-styled pick up artist is now facing backlash in Australia over proposed 'tribal meetings', where his followers can meet in a bid to connect with 'like-minded men'.

    A petition - similar to the one in Canada - was launched soon after he started tweeting about a possible appearance, which demanded the police and government work together to stop him from gaining a visa.

    While more than 55,000 people have signed the online petition, Valizadeh has made several jokes on Twitter about infiltrating the Australian boarder by boat, stating that the country's 'gay authorities' will be unable to stop him.

    He has reveled in the media attention, telling female journalists that he would give them an interview if they performed fellatio on him.





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    His mother should give him the boot.
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    And here he is..


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    *Yawn*.. oh and he speaks some more here too..


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    I agree with him about the flip flops, other than that he's as assholey as I expected. And I'm not the least bit surprised about him being a mama basement dweller. It seems a large percentage of the Internet misogynists are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twitchy2.0 View Post
    His mother should give him the boot.
    I'm not usually one for blaming everything on the mother but I'm guessing that she helped make him into the entitled bottom feeding sludge fuck that he is today, otherwise she would have already punted his backside out of the door after trying to knock some sense into him.
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