Addy AGame Ahmed: Supported By Public Majority Scrutinised By Social Media Minority!
In regards to outrage by the public, the Scottish Media was totally off the mark as usual. We see a pattern of incompetency emerging here with Scottish press. Ahmed received massive support from major political figures across the UK, along with people from London, Europe and all the way to the United States. Even Scottish You Tubers made videos protesting Ahmed’s innocence.
No one cares what a bunch of mentally ill triggered feminazi brats and social justice warriors say online. They’re just cowards sitting in dark rooms living their lives on screen, they don’t live in reality. Plus there were hundreds of thousands of people who supported Addy AGame that were conveniently not mentioned by the lying deceitful Scottish Media. Known to his YouTube followers as Addy AGame. He casually described his video as nothing more than “a bunch of guys talking to a bunch of girls.” If you watch AGame’s videos they are exactly this.
London dating coaches/ pick-up artists have much larger followings than Ahmed, have more content online and some of their videos are much more provocative than Addy’s content – yet in England this is a non-issue. They face no criminal investigation, huge nationwide media scandals or remand periods in custody (like the 7 months so far for Ahmed) because England practice freedom of speech and see the reality of there videos being for teaching and business purposes. The same goes for the United States who host the biggest “pick-up” company in the world, RSD (Real Social Dynamics). Scotland on the other hand shows it’s backwards nature and aggressive feminist nature by actually hosting a criminal trail for men talking to women with romantic intentions, simply asking to exchange phone numbers.
The police didn’t act because of online videos, they were aware of them for years, they crumbled because of media pressure because police Scotland is a Micky Mouse force of hick villagers. BBC The Social hounded Glasgow dating coach for months, he reacted out to them and responded with a detailed explanation of his business model and background to his client base as well as the scientific reasoning behind this method of face to face daytime speed dating, which was in large ignored. Instead they used choice sentences to turn up the controversy in order to create a story and demonise an innocent man
The reporters stated “Addy defended his behaviour in the BBC report.” Another lie, this is not healthy, it’s pathological, and they misquoted him yet again about, “client base, results, game not going mainstream, political correctness, blah, blah, blah.” Addy didn’t defend his words or behaviour, here is the full quote! Addy actually said, “I don’t feel the need to defend myself to anyone, other people have the right to their opinions, I’m not concerned with that, there’s no need to present a defence. I’m not trying to change minds or the world or society. If people are not into this or fail to understand it, then that’s up to them. Everyone has the right to believe and do what they want. I’m not battling or fighting an invisible war with feminism or anyone else for that matter.”
Ahmed continued “Society promotes excessive alcohol consumption, drug intake, unhealthy foods and shaming masculinity – we promote the opposite. Again if someone wants to do that then cool, but we don’t and it’s considered ‘out of the box.’ The same goes for relations with the opposite sex. Manners, kindness and femininity are attractive values in females, if a man wants to be with women like this he should improve himself to that standard, he should also have the right to avoid women that don’t meet that criteria. We teach respect for people, men and women. No-one should have an agenda pushed upon them or have to live up to an agenda imposed by others with a bias. We all have to respect each other’s rights to the lives we want, as long as it’s legal and no one is being hurt. If someone is offensive or tries to control the way you think, you should have boundaries and standards to not deal with those people.”
Adnan Ahmed further said, “When you try to tell guys they need to better themselves through self-development, healthy lifestyle, mental health and addressing their issues – they don’t want to listen. Most guys just want the sex, so you give them proof it works to hook them in, then start the internal work so they can realise that sex or women will not bring them sustained happiness. Infield footage is an old ‘game’ cultural thing that I did not create, but I have complied with it at times. The client base wants evidence of results as there are a lot of con men in the community, this is an ethical debate and I can understand where opinions will clash on this. The seduction community can be a controversial place. I see it like gangster rap in its early days, however I don’t feel game will ever go mainstream, it’s not for the politically correct.”