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Double Speech Pack

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Description

This package contains my 2019 life speech in video and podcast format. It also contains Free Speech Isn’t Free, the memoir of my 2015 tour in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle (MOBI) format. The transcript of that speech is included as an appendix in the book.

Speech is in downloadable video (MP4) and podcast (MP3) formats. You can also stream it online without the need for download. The speech is yours to own, and can be accessed on unlimited devices.

Additional information

Ebook Format

PDF, EPUB, and Kindle (MOBI)

Ebook Total Page Count

221

Speech Format

MP4, MP3, and online streamable

Speech Total Length

2 hours 27 minutes

1 review for Double Speech Pack

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    “What I’ve Learned About Life” is a two and a half hour discourse that takes you across the world with Roosh V as he details the course of his life with candor and wry wit.

    For less than the cost of an overpriced D.C. cocktail immerse yourself in his captivating story of past flagrant sexual hedonism, and the life-altering crisis that brought him to his knees before Holy God in a transformation so dramatic that I couldn’t help but draw a comparison to the conversion of the Apostle Paul in Acts 9.

    “What I’ve Learned About Life” was God’s admonition to me that I have no idea what He is going to do in my life or the life of anyone else. Never despair completely for any soul. God can, has, and will do the impossible.

    “Free Speech Isn’t Free,” Roosh’s story of his first world tour speech series and the opposition he faced along the way, kept me on the edge of my seat. Both thrilling and alarming, his experiences further inflamed my disgust for SJWs, establishment media, and the measures they participate in, knowingly or unknowingly, to serve and proposer elites who want the worst for us.

    A bonus I was not anticipating, at the end of the book Roosh provides transcripts of the talk he gave at one of the locations and the press conference he had with DC reporters in Dupont. It was a great insight to his message for the men in his audience and to the mainstream public that tried to denounce and cancel him. It also demonstrated Roosh’s humor, boldness and quick-thinking when public speaking.

    The double speech pack was overall highly entertaining, enlightening and, for the cost, valuable. I would highly recommend it especially if you want to further understand Roosh, his past relationship with his fans and the media and the trajectory that has shaped his current path.

    On an unrelated note, in the image used for the 2019 speech promotion I thought Roosh was wearing a white male kaftan of some kind, which made him resemble a modern prophet. However, once I began watching I realized that it was just a standard long sleeved white shirt. Alas.

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