I am unabashed in my admiration for them. ROK is the future of nationalism. The EU wants to censor them for the same reason ROK doesn’t allow men like myself to post there: only revolutionaries need and use freedom. Eventually though, they will sound just like the most advanced WNs.
PUA is a necessary part to WN. White women don’t respect white men, because the men aren’t worthy of it. What sort of man allows women and invaders to tell him how to live?
I happily concede all intermediate WNs to ROK and the limits of that development-stage. When they tire of knocking their heads against the wall, they’ll have to find or become us.
All whites who want to live really work for us. Liberalism is a form of white-suicide. One day, we will be looked upon as moderates.
ROK has some problems that time will resolve. A few years ought to do it.
1) There’s only one direction in WN: more extreme. WNs don’t moderate with time, they become more intolerant. And the more extreme one becomes, the more dangerous it is, the more precaution is needed.
2) Their public meetings are constantly going to be interrupted by agitators and infiltrators. They’ll have to learn to keep it small and private, or don’t do groupwork.
3) Much of the West is already a totalitarian police state. The ‘terrorists’ they fear are us and the MOG, not the Muzz. One has to think and act as if one lived in Nazi Germany or the USSR as a jew or capitalist. The US is already as “bad” as each of them were, except that the new Soviet man in America is a mulatto.
4) Minos cannot lead WN. Roosh’s interest is white poon – always is, always was. His revolutionary spirit is dry because of it. Similar with Jack Donovan, who is a Mex-homo. They can teach the kids’ stuff, but only we have the real power. Minos get the same government protection that cops and soldiers get. IT IS NOT the same as doing it without the shield.
The strongest nationalist on ROK is a commenter named “Ghost of Jefferson.” He combines PUA, MRM and WN – a very modern combination. He should develop into something special if he survives the next few years.