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Milo's support for Trump's bigotry and his vicious attempts to excuse his anti-muslim rhetoric is evidence of his own bigoted and anti-muslim mindset. If being a self-hating gay man wasn't enough, he is now also a provocateur who inspires bigotry against muslims by showing indifference to attacks against muslims, particularly muslim women, by saying that "who cares about a bunch of hijab pulling." I'm not some leftist shill but I do believe some of his views are outright demeaning to people of the muslim faith. And I haven't even gotten into his anti-women rhetoric.

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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img Zainab Zaidi posted a review

Milo Yiannopoulos, the ultra-conservative British media personality in the US, has prompted outrage on social media after he criticised singer Ariana Grande for being "pro-Islam", less than a day after a terror attack at her Manchester concert. 

The former Breitbart editor, who is a prominent figure of America's "alt-right" movement, attacked the singer in a series of posts on Facebook after at least 22 people died in a suicide bombing in the Manchester Arena on Monday night. 

"Sadly, Ariana Grande is too stupid to wise up and warn her European fans about the real threats to their freedom and their lives," the 32-year-old wrote. 

on May 25, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img Mark Henry posted a review

This bullshit ideological purity test by the establishment is some SJW-level bullshit, though.

on February 23, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

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img Mark Henry posted a review

He has no respect for their push for freedom. From article:

Interviewer: "What about the Libertarians?

Milo: What about them?

Interviewer: Are they not an acceptable alternative?

Milo: No. They’re a joke.

Interviewer: Why?

Milo: Libertarians are children. Libertarians are people who have given up looking for an answer. This whole “everybody do what they want” is code for “leave me to do what I want.” It’s selfish and childish. It’s an admission that you have given up trying to work out what a good society would look like, how the world should be ordered and instead just retreated back into selfishness. That’s why they’re so obsessed with weed, Bitcoin, and hacking."

By the way, this doesn't mean I side who those that want to block Milo from speaking. He has every right to speak as everyone else. That doesn't mean I respect him at all. Just another rigid moralist.

https://www.thenation.com/article/an-interview-with-the-most-hated-man-on-the-internet/

on February 20, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

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img Justin Thomas posted a review

Breitbart editor and alt-right darling Milo Yiannopoulos is a fearsome creature indeed — he has been called “the Internet’s biggest troll” and was permanently banned from Twitter for “inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others.” That was even before his talk at the University of California at Berkeley last week was canceled after a peaceful protest turned violent, thanks to outside agitators who some suspect may have been called in by the provocateur himself. Yiannopoulos is one hateful fellow who is rightly called out as a misogynist, racist, transphobic and — oh yes — a self-loathing homosexual, and the alt-right is a small, far-right movement that seeks a whites-only state. But none of these things are why I’m afraid of him, and why you should be, too.

No, the reason to pay attention to the 33-year-old Breitbart editor lies in his ability to provoke otherwise decent citizens to put profits and publicity before civil discourse, and in how his hateful speech incites many to clamp down on the free speech that is a fundamental right in this country. That’s what we most have to fear from him: that we’ll lose ourselves and our values in this mud-wrestling contest.

Before his Berkeley appearance was nixed — but after he incited his Twitter followers to torment “Ghostbusters” actress Leslie Jones last summer, igniting another firestorm — Yiannopoulos caused a flap in the LGBT community with an interview he gave to Out magazine last fall. Critics rightly called the story a “puff piece” — eight pages featuring photos of him in drag and dressed as a Harlequin clown. By glamorizing Yiannopoulos, the magazine clearly sought to drive newsstand sales and online clicks, as well as generate PR for itself.

Yiannopoulos told Out that he considers himself “one of the primary engines of change in American culture because I’m demonstrating that someone sassy and silly and gay and flamboyant who loves Ru Paul’s Drag Race . . . doesn’t have to vote Democrat.” Criticisms about his foul spewings are met with accusations of “political correctness” and the killing of free speech for conservatives. In the world according to Yiannopoulos, only liberals enjoy free speech, which they quash in those who don’t agree with them.

As troubling as I found the profile, I was more distressed by the response. Many of the biggest names in the LGBT media penned a public letter to the magazine’s editor in chief, Aaron Hicklin, making the specious argument that Yiannopoulos’s brand of hate speech should preclude him from coverage. They called the story “a serious problem,” saying that it “negligently perpetuates harm against the LGBT community.” They continued, “His attacks against women, people of color, Muslims, transgender people . . . are as malicious as they come, and he catalyzes his many ‘alt-right’ followers to turn on any target he deems worthy of abuse.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/civilities-why-milo-yiannopoulos-is-a-man-to-be-feared-its-not-what-you-think/2017/02/10/3bff3f8e-ef06-11e6-9973-c5efb7ccfb0d_story.html?utm_term=.8171f70d80ec

on February 12, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img Zainab Zaidi posted a review

Among the many terrifying questions that Donald Trump’s presidency poses is this: How do you oppose an indecent leader while still behaving decently yourself?

When it comes to the habits of deference extended to previous presidents, I’m fine with breaking the rules. If Democrats want to oppose all of Trump’s nominees on the basis that he himself is dangerous and illegitimate, that strikes me as fine. If performers who have traditionally performed at governmental functions want to boycott his, I’m fine with that, too. Trump practices demagoguery, bigotry, and cruelty. He does not deserve the deference granted a normal president.

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/02/everyone-has-a-right-to-free-speech-even-milo/515565/

on February 7, 2017
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img Lucas Lynch posted a review

Throughout the past eight years, social justice culture in the left has truly grown.  Identity politics became the go-to discussion on social grievances.  Discussions on what you are instead of who you are became a widely accepted standard for political discussion eligibility.  If you were white you were obligated to call out white guilt in every political discussion, because apparently politics revolves only around identities and nothing else.

Culturally insensitive Halloween costumes became a cause for political protests and getting a teacher fired.  After every terror attack, you were supposed to do whatever you can to exempt Islam from blame, because that will prevent anti-Muslim bigotry.  If you dare to discuss the theological plausibility of Islamism, you were called a racist.

While young millennials engaged in these causes, the rest of the country watched.  The rest of millennials watched and they were not happy that these left wing millennials represent their generation.  They were not happy that their race and genitals determine their ability to have an intelligent conversation rather than their ideas.  They were tired of hearing you can’t be racist against white people because #whiteguilt.  They watched this grow.  Oh they watched, all right.

And then came to their college campuses a miracle, a kryptonite to this madness.  A conservative gay man from the United Kingdom.  “Wow!  A gay conservative!”, the young conservative thinks.  “It’s so good to move Republicans away from being from the party that hates gays.”  This man’s name is Milo Yiannopoulos.

https://thesecularbrownie.com/2017/02/03/milo-yiannopolous-uses-anti-left-tribalism-to-boost-trump-support/

on February 5, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img Lucas Lynch posted a review

On the evening of 1 February, Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak at the University of California, Berkeley. Instead, violence and chaos flooded the streets. A firebomb was used to set a generator-powered spotlight ablaze, people were attacked with pipes and a Starbucks was looted and destroyed.

This incident was just the latest attempt from the left to censor opposing political ideas through violence. It is important to note that the dictionary definition of terrorism is "the unlawful use of violence and intimidation, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political aims".

on February 5, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img Justin Thomas posted a review

A boycott of far-right controversialist Milo Yiannopoulos’s publisher Simon & Schuster will have “a chilling effect” on authors and publishers and will not prevent the spread of “noxious ideas”, according to free-speech campaigners.

Led by the National Coalition Against Censorship, eight groups have issued a statement criticising the backlash over his $250,000 (£203,000) book deal as the latest attempt to stifle books likely to cause offence.

The statement, signed by among others Index on Censorship, the Authors Guild and the National Council of Teachers of English, said: “The suppression of noxious ideas does not defeat them; only vigorous disagreement can counter toxic speech effectively”.

on January 9, 2017
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2016election.panjury.com

This is a website where people are able to express their opinions on anything and everything regarding the 2016 elections in the USA.

img John Adams posted a review

Will Young: Teach children what 'gay' really means

The singer Will Young has called on schools and parents to educate children about the misuse of the word "gay".

The singer said the term is now often used in a negative way and can cause distress to young people.

In discussion with the journalist Milo Yiannopoulos on the BBC's Newsnight programme he said: "If someone is being offensive to someone else, that should be highlighted and pointed out."

on December 18, 2016
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I find this individual reprehensible but calling him a racist is approaching this disgusting person from the wrong angle.

on November 5, 2016
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