Milo Yiannopoulos: Social Justice is Cancer

Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is [amongst many other things] a senior editor for Breitbart.

Milo Yiannopoulos (born 18 October 1983) is a British journalist and entrepreneur.

Yiannopoulos founded The Kernel, an online tabloid magazine about technology, which he sold to Daily Dot Media in 2014.

He rose to notability in late 2015 when he began to provide media coverage and commentary surrounding the Gamergate controversy.

He is the technology editor for, a conservative news and opinion website based in the United States.

Yiannopoulos originally intended to write theatre criticism, but became interested in technology journalism whilst investigating women in computing for The Daily Telegraph in 2009.

He also appeared on Sky News discussing social media, and on BBC Breakfast discussing Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the United Kingdom.

As a gay Roman Catholic, Yiannopoulos has debated gay marriage on Newsnight, and on Channel 4’s 10 O’Clock Live with Boy George.

He later debated singer with Will Young on Newsnight on the use of the word “gay” in the playground and Tinchy Stryder on the same programme in May 2014, about copyright infringement and music piracy.

In March 2015 he appeared on The Big Questions, debating on topics relating to feminism and discrimination against men in the United Kingdom.

In an articled titled “I’m Sooo Bored of Being Gay”, Yiannopoulos writes regarding his sexuality, “I’ll never forget the precise moment I chose to be gay. It was the endpoint in a process of rebellion against my white middle-class parents…Today, thanks to society’s endless mollycoddling and celebration of “alternative” lifestyles, the joy of rebellion is drying up for me. You see, I only plumped for homosexuality to irritate my parents. But now even they are fine with it. A few years ago, my mum said, perhaps cannily, “All I want is for you to be happy. That came as devastating news… Now my gayness was not only roundly applauded by wider society but even my own parents, what was the point?” He concludes: “Since gay people have been so endlessly praised, flattered and catered to by the media and politicians, I’ve lost interest in sleeping with men. I want to feel oppressed again! That’s why, from today, I’m going to make a go of being straight. Wish me luck!”

Milo is currently re-introducing campuses to free speech and plain speaking.

One of the most unusual things about my success is that my critics are often the drivers of my good fortune. The progressive Left’s attempts to beat me resemble a man standing in a bucket trying to lift himself up by the handle, as the old saying goes.

They don’t realize what a Herculean task it would be to defeat me. In fact, if the thirteenth Labour of Hercules after defeating Cerberus was “Get Milo to Shut Up” he probably would have failed miserably.

How to Beat Me (Spoiler: You Won’t) – Milo – Breitbart – 21 Mar 2016

See also:

At the University of California Irvine he explained why Social Justice is Cancer.

Milo Yiannopoulos at University of California Irvine - 2 June 2016

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3 Responses to Milo Yiannopoulos: Social Justice is Cancer

  1. malagabay says:

    On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos stated…

    The real people that I want to hear from are the guys who are on CNN, who are legitimizing ordinary conservatives being called white supremacists, anti-Semites, racists, sexists, when they’re not.

    The media has created this environment in which it’s okay to say almost anything about somebody who is right of Jane Fonda.

    If you have slightly conservative, or even libertarian points of view, especially if you are persuasive and charismatic and funny and effective, like we both are, you will get called the most appalling things.

    And it’s a way of legitimizing, in some cases, as happened last night, violent responses.

    He added that totalitarians hate the sound of laughter “because they can’t control it,” and this is why the left tries to dictate what kinds of humor are acceptable.

    Milo concluded, “There’s a reason why there’s this extraordinary bifurcation between liberals and conservatives in this country, it is because the establishment, the media, academic, and entertainment establishment has made certain sorts of political opinion – respectable, reasonable, mainstream opinion – impossible to express in public.”

    Milo: Media ‘Created’ Environment Where It’s Okay to Say Anything About the Right, ‘Way of Legitimizing’ Violence – Ian Hanchett – 2 Feb 2017

    Following the violent anti-free-speech protests in Berkeley, California last night – sparked by cal’s special snowflakes hurt feelings at the potential words that would come out of Milo Yiannopoulos’ mouth during a sold-out event – it appears America’s curiousity has been piqued.

    Sales of Milo’s book have increased 12,740% overnight sending it rocketing from 642nd to 5th ranked best-seller on Amazon.

    Pretty impressive considering the book is not even released until March 14th 2017.

    Berkeley Blowback: Milo Book Sales Soar 12,740% Overnight
    ZeroHedge – Tyler Durden – 2 Feb 2017

    A Russian joke goes like this:
    “Question: why can there be no color revolution in the United States?
    Answer: because there are not US Embassies in the United States.”

    Funny, maybe, but factually wrong:
    I believe that a color revolution is being attempted in the USA right now.

    A “color revolution” is under way in the United States
    The Saker – 28 Jan 2017

    Notice a theme here?

    Media Launches “Full Frontal” Cover Attack On Trump Administration
    ZeroHedge – Tyler Durden – 2 Feb 2017

    Lionel Nation – 2 Feb 2017

    Breitbart editor and professional right-wing provocateur, the deliberately and tastefully obnoxious, Milo Yiannopoulos was ostensibly invited by a Berkeley campus political group to make a speech about whatever Milo speaks to and this was prevented by a series of riots along with (well-recorded and memorialized via social media) violent destruction of private property with a cocktail of explosives and incendiaries by brick-throwing and truncheon-wielding mobs that guaranteed further and far worse violence if Mr. Yiannopoulos were allowed to speak.

    Can you say irony?

    Berkeley. Yep that Berkeley, the home of the 1960s Free Speech Movement.

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