How Roosh V Won The Battle Of Montreal: An Analysis

The Battle of Montreal is now over.

In simplest terms, the fight involved the following two opposing forces: Roosh V and his organization, and the collection of social justice warriors (SJWs) loosely organized around feminist activist Aurelie Nix. The battle itself raged for about four days from August 6 to August 9, with some preliminary salvoes before, and some aftershocks after. Now that the dust has settled, it is possible to draw some conclusions.

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3 thoughts on “How Roosh V Won The Battle Of Montreal: An Analysis

  1. Excellent summary. At the end of the day, we won because Roosh treated it as a war, and the enemy treated it as a lynching. (They literally posted what they believed to be his address in the dead of night, hoping someone would stalk him and hurt him.)

    We were so far inside their OODA loop they were completely helpless.

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    • They let their emotions cloud their judgment. But we shouldn’t get complacent. They won’t make the same mistakes twice. Never again will we have such an incompetent enemy.

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      • Just saw your post on RVF, didn’t realize that was a quote from Mahan. Is that book worth reading? I’m about halfway through “Some Principles of Maritime Strategy”, Corbett’s rival work.

        I think as long as we’re fighting protesters and dumb college chicks, we have a good chance. It’s when the larger government starts getting involved that I get worried. Already there’s a city councilman in Toronto urging businesses not to let him speak there.

        Roosh is really taking some risks here, but everything I’ve seen so far indicates that he understands the threats.

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