Roosh V on the Coordinated Attack on Milo

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Having been through the media’s smear ‘n’ slander gauntlet himself, Roosh V gives his insights on the recent coordinated hatchet job against Milo Yiannopoulos (wherein old interview segments were edited to make him appear to be condoning pedophilia) and how the media machine and Deep State Elite destroy dissidents:

Also, an update as Roosh discusses Milo’s press conference:

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The Dry Shave Show #96: T’n’T Supermarket

Time for another episode of everyone’s favourite political comedy podcast, The Dry Shave Show! Hosted by Byron Bertram, our very own Ivan Penaluna, and news girl Pyra Draculea.

This week: T’n’T Supermarket

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Trump and “Joe” Trudeau have their big important meeting wherein the CBC thought Trudeau won somehow while Trump gets to thinking that maybe the northern border doesn’t need a fence but certainly a nice hedge is in order.

Meanwhile, Ivan and Byron muse about raging jealous Quebecois wives, Byron’s American accents, Tucker Carlson vs. Bill O’Reilly, Milo Yiannopoulos visit to Bill Maher’s show, and “clapping fucking seal” hacks in comedy clubs.

Then Ivan has a brilliant idea to solve both the lethal injection drug shortage in the USA and the fentanyl crisis and the guys discuss both Nixon’s trip to China and Ivan’s trip to the equally communist Seattle.

PS: Byron’s sex life is sponsored by CT Fletcher, motherfuckers.

Listen to the whole show here: https://dryshave.podbean.com/e/96-tnt-supermarket/

You can also subscribe on iTunes.

Suffering Is Good For You

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Scientists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) deep below the Swiss countryside who have been using a giant atomic particle Nascar track to search for the elusive God Particle, this week made a startling discover they believe could throw some light on questions that have puzzled mankind for thousands of years.

Though it might be considered somewhat short of the main prize, what scientists working on the Hadron Collider believe they have discovered is that, contrary to what many would have us believe, we are not here on this planet to enjoy our fucking selves.

According to Jean Lapin, the programme’s chief scientist, ‘We may not have found the elusive God particle, but what we have discovered so far suggests that rather than to be avoided at all cost, suffering and adversity are a natural part of life, and a key component to spiritual and personal development.’

This may come as a surprise to many who have been raised within societies where discomfort and suffering are seen as an enemy to be eradicated where possible.

As a child I recall the dentist trying to forego anaesthetics for small childhood fillings ‘Just raise you hand if it hurts’ he’d say; it inevitably did. Nowadays they apologies profusely if you can taste the numbing gel they apply to the area before the anaesthetic.

Like harsh physical environments, suffering of a phychological & spiritual nature provides a vehicle for personal growth & development. This is something that is reflected in the experiences of our grandparents, who invested in long term marriages, life long highly skilled trades, and appreciated the value and cost of everything from the food on their plate, to a screwdriver or hammer they would still mourn the lose of years later.

Beyond the anecdotal, the link between trial, suffering, sacrifice and ultimate redemption features repeatedly in Christian scripture. The passages of both the Old & New Testaments are littered with such calls to personal sacrifice as a way of attaining wisdom and becoming closer to God – the trial of Job at the hand of Satan being the most famous, however suffering and trial is found at the core of all Christian teachings.

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This disconnection also affords atheism. It is a luxury almost exclusively enjoyed by comfortable first world societies. People who get their food out of a packet at a supermarket and are supported by complex welfare systems are largely insulated from the harsh realities of staying alive, and can therefore indulge in fantasies of independence & invincibility, that poorer, more vulnerable people, who live close to the practical realities of human existence cannot.

Living in a high-rise in an earthquake zone is the epitome of this mindset.

Our modern mechanized societies are a panic away from shortages and three away from societal collapse. It’s about time we stopped patting ourselves on the back congratulating ourselves for the heady heights we have attained.

I live in a city where people don’t even bother looking up from iPhones in order to cross a side street. That’s because the law has made it my job as a driver to make sure they stay alive. These people aren’t even responsible for their own safety. We have created a generation of people who cannot even cross a fucking road safely. As I helpfully point out to my kids in a way they appreciate: ‘Look kids, if that person was an animal in the jungle, they’d be dead by now.’

What happens when those people run out of food? Their life expectancy becomes that of their battery.

We are woefully unprepared as modern urbanized societies to weather any sort of crisis and this is, by and large, due to the insulation of comfort and air of invincibility we have wrapped ourselves in. It has afforded us a disconnection to the harsh realities of keeping ourselves or families alive and withered our relationship with the spirit.

Those who have only known comfort are in for a viciously steep learning curve if the fabric of society ever buckles. Scratch the veneer of civility and the magma of practical necessity erupts.

Be strong. Be everything you can. Enjoy the suffering.

 

Free Speech Is Now A Crime in Canada

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Canadians beware. Free speech in Canada is a crime.

When Eric Brazau spoke out against the evils of radical islam he was arrested then charged with inciting hate (a crime in Canada) and spent over 7 months in pre-trial custody.

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This is a disturbing fact that the media seems all too happy to ignore. How can this be? Did Eric Brazau have a bad lawyer? Is his conviction politically motivated? Can anyone with a differing opinion be arrested? Where is the line and what is now considered hate speech?

How can it be legal for the province of Quebec to ban a language and illegal to discriminate against a cultural group? What is going on in this country?

While ISIS rages across the middle east, beheading and raping non muslims Canada is incarcerating people who speak the truth about this brutality. It’s as if the government of Canada is actually working for radical islam.

The enemy is among us. Be afraid. Be very very afraid.

The Dry Shave Show #95: Mosque-Place Violence

Time for another episode of everyone’s favourite political comedy podcast, The Dry Shave Show! Hosted by Byron Bertram, our very own Ivan Penaluna, and news girl Pyra Draculea.

This week: Mosque-Place Violence

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Byron’s returned from getting milked in England and it turns out he’s doing Britain’s Got Talent but refuses to tell us anything about it. Instead, the guys talk about the media finally getting the hate crime against Muslims that they’ve been longing for, albeit with a whole lot of pesky inconsistencies in the story and timing which is awfully convenient for Trudeau’s new anti-free speech/blasphemy law. They also riff on people losing their minds over Trump’s 90 travel delay for a handful of countries picked by the Obama administration, insane French Canadians, the delusions and poisonous output of the CBC, and Ivan’s close encounter with Justin Trudeau.

Plus: news stories about tubby leftists who want to moon Trump Tower, getting the cops involved with price disputes with your weed dealer, a would-be female serial killer, and how Joseph McCartney was right about Commies.

Listen to the whole show here: https://dryshave.podbean.com/e/95-mosque-place-violence/

You can also subscribe on iTunes.

Little Mosque On The Prairie: Trudeau’s Best Case Scenario.

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Canadian President & national pool boy, Justin Trudeau has revealed that his pro-Islamic immigration policy is based entirely on a  CBC’s Little Mosque On The Prairie.

The DVD series was lent to him by George Soros after one of their cozy little chats, in which Soros laid out his plan for the perfect society and Trudeau sat there mesmerized like Scoobie Doo being shown a ham & pickle hoagie.

Trudeau admitted binge watching all six seasons with wife, Sophie, which led to him basing his entire immigration policy upon the warm glow it gave him just behind his penis.

He is thought to have shared this detail with U.S. President, Donald Trump during his recent meeting; after which, Trump immediately began looking into building a wooden fence along the northern border out of all the lumber Canada would no longer be selling the U.S.

 

The Dry Shave Show #94: Two Minutes to Meltdown

Time for another episode of everyone’s favourite political comedy podcast, The Dry Shave Show! Hosted by Byron Bertram, our very own Ivan Penaluna, and news girl Pyra Draculea.

This week: Two Minutes to Meltdown

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Byron is still out getting “milk”, so Ivan and Pyra discuss partisan “scientists” claiming that Trump has brought us 30 seconds closer to nuclear war with Russia (despite Trump’s wanting to make peace with the Russians) and how the media propaganda machine laps that crap up (when they’re not busy agitating for CBC-style government handouts). Later, Ivan and Pyra gush about Tucker Carlson schooling some idiot from Buzzfeed, and mock how Shia LaBeouf and James Franco are still attention whore-ing over the election.

Listen to the whole show here: https://dryshave.podbean.com/e/94-two-minutes-to-meltdown/

You can also subscribe on iTunes.