Friday, February 03, 2017

Milo Yiannopoulos in his own words

Milo Yiannopoulos takes five minutes to offer some thoughts on the violence at UC Berkeley. If you bother to click the link and listen all the way through, and you're a leftie, then I salute you and thank you. If you're on some other part of the left-right spectrum, and you click and give Milo a listen, I thank you, too.

Styxhexenhammer666 points out that Milo's constant shutting-down—with the ever-attendant violence—is actually what Milo's intending to do because it drums up publicity. It's all persuasion, as Scott Adams would say, and it's all pretty much guaranteeing a second Trump term because people refuse to learn the crucial lessons of last year.

Stefan Molyneux looks at the UC Berkeley incident and thinks we're on the brink of actual civil war, even though he can't bring himself to use that phrase.


King Baeksu said...

This is the woman who helped lead the riots at my alma mater. She is a public middle-school teacher in the city of Berkeley. She claims that illegal aliens attending taxpayer-funded state schools is a "free-speech" issue – talk about moving the goalposts! – and that people like Milo literally want to "rape" poor oppressed women and people of color in America. My dear young lady, didn't you know that Milo doesn't swing that way?

Her name is Yvette Felarca, and she is a leader of "By Any Means Necessary." In their own words: "BAMN is a mass, democratic, integrated, national organization dedicated to building a new mass civil rights movement to defend affirmative action, integration, and the other gains of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and to advance the struggle for equality in American society by any means necessary."

As you heard in her speech, her definition of "civil rights" in America is expanded to include anyone from the developing world who wants to go there illegally and be educated at US-taxpayer expense. They should also be allowed to become US citizens and be entitled to affirmative action, welfare benefits and all the rest. In other words, she is agitating for a "post-national" vision of America, which is to say the demographic replacement of the historic American nation.

Baby, my ancestors go all the way back to the original Quakers, and as a patriotic American whose forebears helped build up the nation, all I have to say is fuck you.

The idea of this mad woman "teaching" impressionable young children is absolutely abhorrent. Our nation is beset at every side by traitors and lunatics, who speak in the language of "morality" but who really just want to engorge themselves at the public trough at the end of the day. The madness needs to stop.

King Baeksu said...

Stefan Molyneux interviews woman who was violently assaulted at Cal riots. More and more Americans are starting to understand that the MSM are no longer interested in covering the truth, and are turning to the alt-media to get the word out and find out what's really going on.

We are witnessing the death of the MSM before our very eyes. A random vlogger in Canada is now a more trusted source than CNN for millions of people around the world. The revolution will not be televised, indeed.

King Baeksu said...

I am terribly ashamed of myself and take back my earlier comment here referring to liberalism as a mental disease. After viewing the following clip, I have finally seen the light:


Can I ever be forgiven? Can I ever possibly ascend to the same exalted plane of socially conscious enlightenment? I fear that because of my own toxic gender and skin color, I may indeed not, and thus for the sake of humanity should probably just end it all right here and now.

Farewell, humanity. And least it's been an interesting ride. No more borders! No more genders! No more rapey neo-Nazis or creepy green frogs! Hail Diversity! Hail Multiculturalism! And most importantly of all, hail to the Eternal Goddess of Pantsuits and Cankles, for we are all With Her now!

Free at last, free at last – thank Hillary Almighty, I am free at last!

Kevin Kim said...

It's very subtle, but I think I sense sarcasm.