Monday, 25 March 2019

Hope on Distant Shores now available!

Hope on Distant Shores: How Awakened Men can Escape the Anglosphere's Toxic Women, Sexual False Consciousness and Institutional Misandry - the book I have been working on for the past five years - is now available.

Unlike the books and kits of PUA hucksters and con-men, Hope on Distant Shores will be sold without a penny of mark-up profit. The idea is to offer a constructive social critique while providing advice and guidance to men seeking love, sex and relationships outside the Anglosphere. However, it will only be available in paperback; digitisation would grant  free universal access and I do not want to be targeted by the British authorities for promoting 'Hate Speech' and 'terrorism'. Restricting access will somewhat neutralise the risk of such charges.

Hope on Distant Shores offers lifestyle guidance to the following groups:
  • Men tired of entitled, selfish Anglo-American women
  • Men who want a better, safer, more fulfilled life outside the Anglosphere
  • Men who do not want to ‘adjust’ to a culture which views them as third class citizens
  • Men who do not wish to squander their hard-earned dollars on derisive strippers or punitive divorce settlements
  • Men who want slim, warm, attractive women unsullied by sex-negative, misandrist Anglo-American feminism 
When I started this blog ten years ago, it was my intention to create waves and cast shadows across the Internet. I knew my key insight – that Anglo-American culture’s mistrust of male sexual freedom had created an especially misandrist, belligerent form of feminism – demanded global dissemination. Far from being ‘revolutionary’, as conservative Men’s Rights Activists believe, Anglo-American feminism springs right from the frigid heart of Anglo-American civilization. This explains the unstinting support feminism receives from the state in all Anglo-Saxon countries, and why all attempts to resist it have proved so utterly futile. There never was a ‘golden age’ of gender relations in the Anglosphere; the puritanical Anglo-Saxon cultural bloc has been pedestalizing women and vilifying men for centuries.

My first book ‘Havok’ (2009) focused on the condition of gender-relations in the contemporary Anglosphere. My conclusions – which have since taken root all over the English-speaking world, were that residual Puritanism has imbalanced gender-relations in favour of women, reducing Anglo-American males to disposable stooges, walking ATM machines and vilified deviants. Meanwhile the same secular Puritanism has, by sacralising sex as an elusive commodity, set Anglo-American women atop pedestals as exalted goddesses. Despite claiming to be a ‘revolutionary’ movement, Anglo-American feminism is in fact an extension – indeed, amplification of – existing values: Anglo feminism is sex-negative, misandrist and racist, just like Anglo-American society. In this view, conventional Men’s Right’s Activists who invoke ‘tradition’ against Anglo-Saxon feminism are completely deluded: for Anglo feminism springs straight from the Anglosphere’s repressive, puritan soul. Indeed, it will be noted that conservative MRAs have achieved precisely nothing in their 30-odd years of existence. Similarly, the PUA or Pick-up Artist community are merely playing a game they can never win. The puritanical reality of the Anglosphere renders their various ‘approach’ techniques moribund at best and potentially dangerous for men in the #metoo era.

Further, feminism now serves as a smoke screen to disguise the real problems afflicting Anglo-American civilization – namely, socio-economic inequality, corrupt governance and racist policing. Additionally, the Anglo-feminist narrative which presents white women as oppressed outsiders also serves to mask white women’s endemic racism and long-standing affiliation to the Anglo-American establishment. Not only is sex-negative Anglo feminism an exaggerated expression of Anglo-American values, it helps to insulate those values from positive reform.

The movement that emerged from my first book is best called pan-Anglosphere Dissidence: the systematic rejection of repressive Anglo-American values. This rejection is associated with a yearning for the relative sexual freedom waiting outside the Anglosphere. Pan-Anglosphere Dissidence is predictably strongest in the puritanical United States, with its entitled women, institutionalised misandry and fanatic aversion to prostitution. Building on those insights, Hope on Distant Shores offers lifestyle guidance to Anglo-American men who want slim, warm, attractive women unsullied by sex-negative, misandrist Anglo feminism.

Unlike Havok, Hope on Distant Shores contains only a few references from ‘canonical’ historians, economists or philosophers. Like Saint Paul or the Buddha, I am fashioning something completely new and a completely new conceptual vocabulary is necessary to contain it. Therefore, most references are taken from the extensive correspondence to my blog which began in early 2018. All the postings of these experienced and learned correspondents, some of them containing over twenty thousand words, are included in a remarkable series of appendices which will doubtless be cited and studied by awakened men for decades to come.


  1. I bought your first book ‘Havok’ and loved it. This book looks awesome as well. Thank you Rookh for writing these two books, I hope a third book will come out in the future.

    1. I only hope I live to write it, James. Hope on Distant Shores is a manual for men who want to leave the Anglosphere for more sexual freedom and better romantic prospects, not a revolutionary masterpiece like Havok. That said, it has a very logical structure and the excellent commentary from various learned contributors (including your good self) adds tremendous weight to the legal, political and international sections. Put simply, HODS is right for Awakened Men today as Havok was right for them a decade ago.

  2. Will this book be available on PDF/Kindle as well, Rookh?

    1. Yes, I also intend to do a PDF/Kindle version that regular readers can download for a short time. Obviously, printed books have a nice virile presence on the Awakened Man's bookshelf but Kindle availability is simply the 21st century way. I am also keenly aware that men openly sporting printed books full of dissident and revolutionary material is not particularly sensible in many parts of the #metoo/#timesup Anglosphere.