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Free Speech Isn't Free

How 90 Men Stood up Against the Globalist Establishment -- And Won
By: Roosh V
Narrated by: Lamar Green
Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, Politics
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Free speech may be your right, but unless you fight for it, you'll lose it. That is the message of Free Speech Isn't Free, which chronicles how organizing a lecture tour for masculine men inserted Roosh Valizadeh into an unexpected free speech fight spanning several continents, putting both him and his family in danger from the globalist establishment and their mob of deranged social justice warriors.

After becoming activated by mass-scale media distortions and mayoral denouncements, the SJW mob in Canada rose up against Roosh and his followers to halt his tour. Roosh refused to cancel and set out to hold the lectures in secret. He shares how he fought back against the mob while trying to come to terms with the globalist agenda that they're controlled by. The well-informed men he met throughout the tour were critical in sharing hidden knowledge that put the agenda's puzzle pieces into place.

Even after the lecture, when Roosh tried to conduct happy hour meetings for his followers, a bigger worldwide outrage befell him, leading to the doxing of his family and threats to burn their house to the ground. Free Speech Isn't Free shares that story for the first time in a special epilogue, and what was going through the mind of a man who was the number one target for a 1984-inspired "two minutes of hate" that took place worldwide.

How far will you go if the establishment attacks you for what you believe in? Are you ready to defend yourself if they come after your reputation, your job, and your family? Free Speech Isn't Free shows what one man did when powerful groups tried to silence him, along with everything he learned during the most momentous months of his life, that will help others be able to identify and defend against attacks within their own lives.

©2016 Roosh V (P)2016 Roosh V

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Good Primer on the Fight Against Feminism

Riveting real story about masculinity and the inevitable confrontation with the prevalent anti-man spirit today.
Great narration if a tiny bit fast for me, the story and insights I found very uplifting, especially the kinship shown with other men. Thankyou to the author.

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  • Aaron S
  • 23-02-2017

Eye opening and shocking story

Roosh hits the nail on the head.
I was riveted listening to his battles here in Canada and eye opening look behind the curtain on how the estabishment really opperated

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  • Consumer
  • 22-02-2017

Fascinating insight!

Very well written and offers incredible insights into the culture war and societal decay. A must read for anybody looking to achieve a life of happiness and success.

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  • Jacob A Miller
  • 07-02-2017

Good book - Keep up the fight for free speech

Bit of a slow start with the history of Roosh V but necessary to the final conclusions

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  • PHILLIP
  • 14-09-2018

Highly recommended

Highly recommended. The truth hurts the the brain washed liberal masses. I will buy more of Rooshes books.

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  • Nehemiah
  • 12-07-2018

Totally enjoyed, great lessons

Ha ha Roosh, I totally enjoyed your whole story! The challenges and the lessons you learned are totally portable and can be applied in other problem areas.

Keep going.

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  • Walrus Lover 69
  • 07-08-2019

Fascinating Story and Appendix Truth Bombs

Helping men in the dating sense is something that is diametrically opposed to the current forced narrative by the media. What he has done has been to show a way that even if you are being hunted down like a Jew by the Nazis you can still speak truth to power.

The book is also filled with a lot of funny remarks such as when the hate mob tried to get him banned from Canada before his speech, and he was trending on twitter beforehand but he just walked over the border crossing fine.

“When I stepped foot onto Canadian soil I knew I had already won, because all that was left was outsmarting feminists, which if you’ve ever met one you know is not difficult.”

LOL

The appendixes were somewhat unrelated but were awesome. So precise in cutting to the root of the current issues that have caused the cultural reckage of the western world, including: fat acceptance, 917392 genders acceptance, and masculinity of women.

6/5 stars on all, and a job well done.

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  • Azzurro Lcubed
  • 11-01-2019

SJWs are Super Retarded

They call him a white supremacist but he isn't even considered white. How dumb can the SJWs really be?

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  • Evaldas
  • 24-11-2018

a look at modern societies degeneration

Roosh gives a first hand experience how todays society can lynch someone just because of having different view of how life should be lived. Given this concentration of same ideaology is just growing the future outcome is looking bleak of any free type of thinking.

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  • Yodamazon.
  • 10-08-2017

Dagnubbit, Boy....

There's so much right mixed with so much wrong I honestly don't know where to begin...

I'll start with the performance, which was read too fast and with about as much emotion as someone singing karaoke into an overly ripe banana.

I actually had to set the speed on .75 to really make sense of it, and enjoy the read, but then poor Lamar just sounded like he'd had a few too many Jägerbombs and was reading me an antiquated article from the crumpled pages of a Penthouse Forum.

It goes without saying that much of what Roosh V says has its merits.

And because of dedicated work by men like himself from within the greasy hollows of the pick up artist community, the world will never again have to worry about the leisure suit making a comeback...

Nonetheless, in his scathing denunciation of overweight women, he failed to mention that long suffering example of feminine pulchritude, Aunt Bee.

Indeed, just what would poor Aunt Bee have to say about Roosh V?

And would he even stand a chance against the conservative sensibilities of the only two women in all of Pilot Point were they brought into the discussion?

They'd have probably slapped him silly...

Much like the world did, when he tried to play Beavis and Butthead to Jonathan Swift.

Thankfully, few of our ancestors took the eating of Irish babies as seriously as those who got trolled into believing that anyone was seriously suggesting that rape should be made legal on private property.

But that was a time when people actually had attention spans and read other things besides texted sound bites that fed into their narcissism.

Still, when all is said and done... Roosh is no Johnathan Swift.

But he does have some good points in a world that maintains the social order through mutually assured hypocrisy.

Three stars though...

Because the read was horrible and despite the lies of a reactionary media and SJWs who have yet to understand that combining ignorance and condescension doesn't equal a single virtue...

I just can't wrap my head around the notion that a bunch of modern day Quagmires would lead any sort of a new-masculine movement that doesn't involve collecting penicillin shots like scout badges...

Thanks to whoever read this brief analysis and I wish you a good day.







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  • Kieran
  • 29-01-2019

Fascinating read

I’ve read a few of Roosh’s books, albeit not in chronological order, but this is my favourite. I wasn’t a part of the ‘movement’ and missed the sh*tstorm of misandry thrusted upon him. Reading Free Speech Isn’t Free gave an Insite to how the ruling class can and will come down upon anyone who goes against the grain in this gyro centric society we live in, an I am glad Roosh came out the other end better off - minus a few drinks thrown over his head!

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  • James Udriot
  • 30-05-2017

amazing

amazing insight into modern western culture. well written and very profound. thoroughly enjoyed. will share across many platforms. A must read for anyone seeking the truth