Waleed Aly tells Australia how to handle 'legal rape' leader

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We couldn't have said it better ourselves, Waleed Aly.

Self described ‘pick-up artist', Daryush Valizadeh, also known as ‘Roosh V’ or ‘Australia’s most hated man right now’ has been all over the news in the past 24 hours. The American is the group leader for The Return of Kings. Never heard of them? That's probably a good thing. The group's core beliefs are that rape on private property should be legalised, and that women with eating disorders make the best girlfriends.

Roosh V had had plans to host ‘meetings’ in Australia’s capital cities in the near future - that is, until custom officials got wind of the situation. ATM, it's looking highly unlikely that Roosh will be setting foot in the country. And rightfully so. I mean, look at the stuff this guy says.



Really? Really? How does this guy even get out of bed in the morning? 

Well, now Waleed Aly has come out and told us how to handle the whole situation. Similar to his 'ISIS is weak' monologue delivered two months ago on Channel Ten's The Project, the media presenter wrote and delivered an on-camera editorial telling us exactly what we should be doing with Roosh. Watch below.

Click Something Else

How you can stop misogynistic internet trolls #clicksomethingelse Written by Waleed & Tom Whitty (@twhittyer) #TheProjectTVClick & donate to Lou's Place at http://lousplace.com.au

Posted by The Project on Tuesday, February 2, 2016

And it seems news freakishly fast, because Roosh already heard about Waleed's piece, and *surprise surprise* he doesn't care at all.


So yes, we're glad you've clicked to read and watch, but now go #ClickOnSomethingElse.

Written By Sangeeta Kocharekar
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