Milo Yiannopoulous Is Someone You Don’t Want To Get Into A Debate With
Milo Yiannopoulous traveled to Sydney, Australia to embark on a speaking tour. Many major media outlets canceled his interviews, and in a very fashionable way, Milo lashed out calling them “Biased, and Cowardly”!
“[They] don’t want to go on live TV with me because they’re worried that they might lose a debate or that they might be persuaded by something,”
Milo couldn’t be more right. Every single person he goes to bat with ends up pissed off and calls him names. That’s the real liberal way. The funny thing about everyone else is they’re wrong. Honestly. Most of the time, Milo’s competition get’s pissed off and walks away.
Something that pisses me off with the leftist is the fact they deny Islam teaches you to kill anyone who doesn’t believe the same way they do! They claim, “oh there’s moderate Muslims that don’t believe in that” and while they may be correct it’s still a HUGE problem. When I say they may be correct I mean there is very little truth to their claim. In the Quran, Islam teaches you that infidels of all kinds should be put to death, and you will be rewarded 72 virgins when you blow yourself up. This is absurd. I find it very hard for any gay, or woman to support Islam. Liberals can’t stand facts, and they can’t stand being wrong. They will make up anything they can to support their claims. 99.9% of the time they’re wrong and know they’re wrong.
Mr. Yiannopoulos says Australia is at the forefront of a cultural battleground but runs a risk of having its reputation of “common sense and fun” being lost to political correctness.
The controversial commentator is due to speak at an event in Parliament House next week which has attracted criticism from the Greens.
Earlier this week party leader Richard Di Natale wrote to the speaker of the House of Representatives to revoke permission for Mr. Yiannopoulos to speak at Parliament House.
He called Mr. Yiannopoulos an alt-right figure, “who has become notorious for his racist and abusive behavior.”
Mr. Di Natale sited the commentator’s permanent ban on Twitter last year for what the social media company called behavior “inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others.”
The Greens leader said Australian Parliament is a place of respectful celebration of diverse opinions and values.
“The global reputation of our National Parliament… is at serious risk if we provide a space for those who preach hate and incite abuse and harassment of women, Jews as well as members of the LGBTIQ and multicultural communities,” he said.
The audience Q&A event hosted by Senator David Leyonhjelm is still set to go ahead next week.
Event organizers say they’ve spent more than $100,000 on security for the tour, and won’t release the details of each location until 24 hours prior to avoid protesters. VIA Ten Play