AVFM Radio – Voice of Europe

As part of the idea that men’s rights are not just a Western issue, I am really excited to announce the first attempt to have a radio show entirely dedicated to Europe.

The other programs, AVFM News and Activism and AVFM Radio are great programs but are taking place at impossible hours for Europe considering that there are at least 6 hours (usually 7 or 8) in time-zone differences. This is why I know the full name of the three Europeans (including me) that are listening the shows live. For most people staying up till 4 AM listening to radio shows is not an option.

The idea is to hold these radio shows once in two weeks on Fridays, at least in the beginning.

On the first show I, Lucian Vâlsan, will present the show alongside with my co-host Huffnagel Pista, a renowned advocate for the non-feminist position in Hungary. Huffnagel Pista’s opinions and positions are featured throughout the Hungarian blogosphere, and often times in places such as – where his articles are very popular. In other words, when Huffnagel Pista says something, at least 1.5 million people are made aware of it and forced to think and see through the lies and the deceptions of the feminist propaganda.

It is an honor to have him as a co-host and you will get to hear from a man who has gone his own way for years and made a name for himself as a non-feminist in a country where feminists used to be praised when they mentioned the “Swedish model” He has done so with a motto that I really do appreciate: “No more Mr. Nice Guy!” – which is in line with our philosophy of Fucking Their Shit Up. Huffnagel Pista is a successful example of applying the First Principles both personally and in advocacy for men and boys.

The show will take place Friday, March 8, 2013 – which is a special date – a day that is commonly used by feminists from Europe to spew false statistics, lies, damn lies, more deception, and generally promote their misandry. We will be there to talk back to them.

The reason I am announcing this so early is because it’s something entirely new – different time, different format, different hosts, different everything – and it would be great if the European readers would mark the day in the calendar.

Another reason for announcing this so early is because it would be great to get some suggestions from the readers, both for this show and for future shows.

The show will take place, as stated above, on March 8, at 7 PM GMT (London, Reykjavik and Lisbon time).

This means 8 PM CET (Madrid, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bern, Bratislava, Prague, Belgrade, Tirana, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Sarajevo and Skopje time – sorry if I forgot one)

This means 9 PM EET (Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Kiev, Chisinau, Bucharest, Sofia, Athens, Ankara and Nicosia time)

This means 10 PM FEET (Minsk time)

And, last but not least, this means 11 PM Moscow time.

And for the listeners from North America who want to support this debut, this means 2 PM EST, 1 PM CST, 12 PM MST and 11 AM PST.

Oh, one more thing: The show will be 99.5% in English (we will introduce greetings in other languages).


About Lucian Vâlsan

Polyglot, author and staunch non-feminist. Lucian Vâlsan serves as the European News Director and Multisites Operations Director for AVFM. He is also the founder and publisher of AVFM Romania, the host of AVFM Voice of Europe radio program and operates the video blog Freedom Alternative.

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  • Mike Buchanan

    Lucian, this is great news. Well done. It’s in the diary. Just two questions – what will people need to do to hear the show, and how long will the first shows last?

    Good luck with this initiative.

    Mike Buchanan

    (and the women who love them)

    • Lucian Vâlsan

      In order to listen to the show, you will just have to go to – just like for all the other shows. The show will be listed there on March 7th.
      As for the length of the show, it will be no longer than 150 minutes and no shorter than 90 minutes.
      Personally I aim towards an average of 110 minutes, albeit the first show might be longer since Huffnagel will have to present himself and, if we will have callers, I intend to let them speak their mind.

      Please contact me at because I need to ask you something in private.

      • Paul Elam

        We will also post another show announcement with a link to your show page several hours before you air the first show.

  • Kimski

    This is great news, Lucian!
    As you point out, us europeans have to listen to the AVfM show at impossible hours, and for me that means the show starts at 3am, which kind of throws you off balance for a day or two after that. I’ve been attempting to listen to every single one of them noneless, but I will very much be looking forward to this change.

    Btw. here’s an idea for the show:

  • Peter Wright (Tawil)

    Looking forward to your show Lucian, along with hearing Huffnagel Pista for the first time. Wishing you and it great success and a growing audience over time.

  • knightrunner

    Awesome. I have been hoping this would happen. Best of luck on the new show.

  • napocapo69

    Great news.

  • Aimee McGee

    You guys are probably going to speak better English than us native speakers!
    I’ll be tuning in and will look forwards to a Europe perspective.

    • Lucian Vâlsan

      Well, I don’t know what you mean by “going to speak better English than us native speakers”. If you mean strictly in terms of grammar, I don’t think so. My English is kinda rusty and Huffnagel’s English is even rustier (he only uses it when he speaks with me, and this happens quite rare because we’re both busy people).

      On the other hand, I’ll have to admit that I’ve met several Americans that had poorer English skills than I do – considering that English was their native tongue whilst for me, English is my 3rd language.

  • Spark

    I’m very much looking forward to this project. Personally I’d like some more exposure on the Istanbul Convention as I could barely stomach reading its preamble thanks to the feminist dogma it is based on. Maybe there’s some wisdom coming from our beloved EU overlords worth spreading as well.

    • Lucian Vâlsan

      Did you read this?

      I explained it quite clear.
      Also, there was a AVFM News and Activism episode dedicated to this where I also spoke extensively about this. (The show can be found here: )

      I am pretty sure that I won’t touch too much about the Istanbul convention on this show (unless, of course, a caller shall bring this problem up), since I am preparing some surprises.
      The idea is for this show to be entirely different than anything the listeners have been accustomed so far.

      I am now working to different generics, got “OKs” from two Romanian artists to use their music, I’ll have invites that would never come to the AVFM News and Activism shows (because of the huge difference in time zone) and a whole bunch of other things that I have rarely talked about so far and I won’t tell them all here because that would spoil the surprise :)

  • Woody Red

    Will be nice to listen to the show live for a change.. very rarely Im up at 3am or whatever to catch the regular shows live.