Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Finally A Country That Will Appreciate Roosh!

Having soured on the Romanian scene, Roosh announced he will shortly be landing in Moldova.

Moldova is the poorest country in Europe, with 80% of the population living below the poverty line.  It is known for its excellent wine, high crime rate, systemic corruption, and staggering rate of prostitution.  According to one source, the poverty in Moldova is so acute that two out of three Moldovan women resort to prostitution at some point in their lives.  Moldova, not surprisingly, is a prime source of women sold into sex trafficking.  (If you are interested, PBS Frontline did a documentary last year about this -- but I warn you, it is heart breaking.)

In other words:  lots of young, thin, blonde, desperate women to be had for pennies on the dollar.   It should be Roosh's idea of "poosy paradise."

One caveat, Roosh:  Moldova also has one of the highest rates of antibiotic resistant infections in the world.  So don't forget to wash your, uhm, hands.


  1. Zosimus the HeathenMay 23, 2013 at 5:56 AM

    A few years back, I read a book about the modern day slave trade (A Crime So Monstrous if you're interested) whose author travelled extensively throughout Moldova (and Romania) while doing the research for it*. The picture he painted of Moldova was a pretty depressing one as well, and also a little spooky, as he claimed that he saw very few young women during his travels there. It all seemed like a macabre, real-life version of the Pied Piper of Hamelin story.

    Other fun facts about Moldova I've learned (from that source and others) are that it's the European country with the worst ranking on the Failed States Index, and that the eastern part of it - a region named Transnistria - is effectively a country in its own right, having pretty much seceded (although no-one in the international community recognizes it as an independent nation). Last I heard, this part of the country was like a little slice of the old Soviet Union, with a Stalinist government, and a thriving export business in old Soviet arms (sold to pretty much anybody with the money to pay for them). Interestingly, those in power there are more than happy with their country's unusual status as it apparently makes it easier for them to get away with their dodgy arms dealing.

    Sex trafficking is something else I've read a lot about, having first become aware of it after seeing a story about it in TIME magazine in 2001. Funnily enough (or maybe not), there seems to be a form of denialism popular in the manosphere which claims that the prevalence of sexual slavery has been greatly exaggerated (no doubt by the evil liberal, feminazi, Blue Pill media). Some, indeed, seem to deny that it exists at all!

    *Other hotspots of modern day slavery he visited were Haiti, Sudan (before South Sudan broke away from it), and India.

  2. It is like a nightmare, and yet it exists. I don't understand how someone could be so depraved and utterly lacking in compassion that he would view people living in such wretched conditions as "game."


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