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Outrage as pro rape group meeting in Irish town this weekend

NewsBy Morgan Flanagan Creagh
Daryush "Roosh" Valizadeh
Daryush "Roosh" Valizadeh

A "pro-rape group" called "Return of the Kings" is planning to host a meeting this weekend in Naas, Co Kildare.

The ‘neo-masculinst’ group, which is led by Daryush "Roosh" Valizadeh, believes women are biologically determined to follow the orders of men and advocates for the legalisation of rape.

The group plan to meet outside Naas Courthouse this weekend. 

Their official website states: "We will have 165 meetings in 43 countries for our international meet-up day on February 6, 2016 at 8PM local time.

"Hosts have been instructed to wait at the meeting point from 8:00-8:20pm before moving on to the final location.

"To identify your fellow tribesmen, ask the following question to a man you suspect is there for the meetup: “Do you know where I can find a pet shop?”

"If you are asked this question, answer in the affirmative: “Yes, it’s right here.” You can then introduce yourself and get details about where to proceed at 8:20.”

No women or homosexual men are allowed attend the event, according to reports.

The group’s website contains articles like: ‘5 reasons you shouldn’t feel guilty about European colonialism’, ‘Top 10 worst female role models in the entire world’ and ‘Every violent male criminal is rewarded with sex from beautiful women.

Outraged Sinn Fein councillor Reada Cronin told the Mirror “It has come to my attention that the ‘Return of Kings’ group have plans to meet in Naas this weekend.

“This group advocate that ‘no means no, until it means yes’.

“This is complimented by a range of misogynist, homophobic, and transphobic comments.

“Anyone who espouses such obscene pro-rape and intolerant beliefs is the most base form of person.

“Frankly, the entire rationale behind such a group, a group of hate, is abhorrent. They exist solely to propagate the demeaning and harassing of women.”