Adnan Ahmed is Not a Danger To Women in Glasgow

“I Wouldn’t Even Approach Most Women in Glasgow With Romantic Intention” Adnan Ahmed

 

We at Red Pill Rights, recently managed to get a statement from Mr Adnan Ahmed, he said;

“I didn’t talk to elderly, overweight, aggressive or unattractive women with romantic intentions. I only casually chatted to women aged 17-25 with slim figures and pretty faces, that were mostly foreign, in broad daylight on busy streets with hundreds of people around, for the purpose of coaching and demonstrating for clients. I have been with my girlfriend for over 2 years now and she was aware of my business from day 1 of us meeting. We met the same way as I was teaching my clients to meet women. I love my girlfriend, she has supported me 100% through all this media nonsense.”

Adnan Ahmed ran a professional dating business teaching men success with women. The description of the women he approached represents approximately around 10% of Scottish women. Various reporters have claimed he displayed “predatory behaviour” towards all women in Glasgow. Fake News!

This is a prime example of incompetent journalists sensationalising and twisting the truth to state it was all women in Glasgow as a whole. Again, 10% of women in Scotland are of the demographic Ahmed describes; these idiot reporters have proved to be bitter unreliable liars with lacklustre journalism skills.

The deeper reason for this maybe that the reporters as well as the online keyboard feminist hate mongers involved in Ahmed’s defamation fall into the category of unattractive females (both internally and externally), rather than Ahmed’s precisely described preferences. Hence why his defamation of character was exaggerated to all women. everyone wants to be the belle of the ball, especially low self-esteem attention seeking toxic feminazi’s.

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, who was working in the criminal justice field helping ex-offenders re-habilitate and integrate back into their communities.

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