February 22, 2017
So, MILO has officially resigned.
Not sure why this took 36 hours. But whatever. It’s finished.
This is like if your enemy dies in the fire when your other enemies burn down your favorite art museum.
The fake news media is overjoyed, of course.
They loved him when he was the alternative to NEO-NAZI WHITE SUPREMACY. When he became a mainstream icon of free speech, he’s then the Jew-faggot version of Hitler.
Milo Yiannopoulos, the incendiary writer who helped make Breitbart News a leading organ of the alt-right, resigned from the news organization Tuesday after a video of him endorsing pedophilia resurfaced online over the weekend.
It didn’t “resurface” – it’s been on the surface for a yeah. We posted it two months ago. There were three hundred thousand views of one clip, hundreds of thousands of others.
This is fake news.
Yiannopoulos has been a flame-throwing provocateur whose writing has offended women, Muslims, blacks and gay people ever since former Breitbart executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon hired him as a senior editor in 2014.
Bannon, now President Trump’s senior adviser, championed the British-born Yiannopoulos’s inflammatory commentary and promoted him as a conservative truth-teller and champion of free speech.
There you go.
One degree of separation between Trump and a disgraced “pedophile.”
In turn, his popularity helped raise Breitbart’s profile among Trump’s supporters and the alt-right, a vaguely defined collection of nationalists, anti-immigration proponents and anti-establishment conservatives. Adherents of the alt-right are known for espousing racist, anti-Semitic and sexist points of view.
He’s been saying he isn’t Alt-Right from the beginning, and has been a lot more aggressive about it since Heilgate.
The media knows this. It just doesn’t fit the narrative. It’s better that the racist anti-Semites get smeared with the homo Jew’s normal statements about normal faggotry.
“Breitbart News has stood by me when others caved,” Yiannopoulos said in a statement announcing his resignation. “They have been a significant factor in my success.”
As recently as last week, Breitbart editor Alexander Marlow in an interview called Yiannopoulos “the No. 1 free speech warrior of his generation in America at the moment.”
And telling the truth about the lifestyle of the gays is a bit too far.
You can’t spill the beans on boy love.
But Yiannopoulos’s views on pedophilia apparently went too far even for Breitbart.
These were his views on pederasty, which are the mainstream views of all homos on the subject.
What he needs to be blamed for is being a homosexual and for being a Jew.
That was the sin here. Not just saying what homosexuals actually do.
The site was under pressure to take action against Yiannopoulos, 32, from its own staff, which had threatened to revolt if he wasn’t fired or disciplined, according to people familiar with the discussions.
The ubiquitous “unnamed sources.”
In a video interview early last year, Yiannopoulos condoned sexual relations with boys as young as 13 and joked about a sexual encounter he said he had with a Catholic priest as a teenager.
“You’re misunderstanding what pedophilia means,” he told the hosts of a podcast. “Pedophilia is not a sexual attraction to somebody 13 years old who is sexually mature. Pedophilia is attraction to children who have not reached puberty.”
That’s just the definition of the word.
The media redefined the word during the Catholic priest scandal so they didn’t have to call it what it was: a homosexual scandal.
Not a “pedophilia scandal.”
There might be “pedophile priests,” but the scandal only ever involved “homosexual priests.”
All homos prey on teenage boys. There are no good homos.
They all belong in the bog.
A group called the Reagan Battalion was among those calling attention to the interview to highlight its opposition to Yiannopoulos’s speaking role at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in the Washington area.
The reemergence of the video triggered a cascade of adverse consequences for Yiannopoulos.
Again – it didn’t “reemerge” – the use of that term is absolute fake news. It emerged when it was posted on YouTube a year ago and was never submerged.
It was always live on the site.
This was a media lynching.
Someone on /pol/ already said this Sunday night, at least half a day before the scandal broke.
First, CPAC’s organizer, the American Conservative Union, rescinded its invitation to him as a conference speaker. The group’s chairman said in a statement that the organization found his comments “disturbing” and the video “offensive.”
They decided to invite a homo then they were shocked to find out he’s a faggot.
It’s childish and ridiculous. If you want to embrace homosexuals, you are going to embrace pederasty, drug abuse, disease and everything else that goes along with homosexualism.
This is reality.
Then Simon & Schuster canceled an agreement to publish Yiannopoulos’s forthcoming memoir, “Dangerous,” for which it paid him a $250,000 advance. The publisher said it decided to cancel the book — which had drawn protests before the pedophilia flap arose — “after careful consideration.”
Yiannopoulos, meanwhile, defended himself on Facebook on Sunday and Monday as the tide of controversy rose.
“I do not support pedophilia. Period,” he wrote. “It is a vile and disgusting crime, perhaps the very worst. There are selectively edited videos doing the rounds, as part of a coordinated effort to discredit me from establishment Republicans, that suggest I am soft on the subject.”
Addressing the media in New York on Tuesday, Yiannopoulos was alternately defiant, apologetic and self-pitying. He repeated his denunciation of child sexual abuse and said he would donate 10 percent of the royalties from his book, if it eventually gets published, to organizations that advocate on behalf of abuse victims.
But he added, “This is a cynical media witch hunt by people who do not care about children. They care about destroying me.”
I mean. I don’t even know if they care about that.
What they care about is using your destruction to help destroy Breitbart, Steve Bannon and Donald Trump – in that order.
For the record, MILO’s response was terrible.
I should run a crisis management service and charge these people hundreds of thousands of dollars.
I would have told him to go on the offensive and attack BIG GAY for engaging in pederasty and then acting like it doesn’t happen. I also would have more aggressively attacked the media. Apologizing for something you said publicly and never disagreed with before is dumb.
There is a place for an apology, but only in a situation where it is some actual revelation that people didn’t know about before. Apologizing because someone organized a media campaign against you based on something you said and never took back before they mentioned it is dishonest and silly.
Also – and this isn’t crisis management, but it’s something I would have advised if I’d been hired any time in the last year – he should have gone back and clarified these pederasty comments and contextualized it himself. He doesn’t have a problem attacking Big Gay, so he could have just said “they all do this, I was just mentioning a mainstream gay practice.”
It should have been obvious they were going to use this.
Maybe not to him, because he’s a regular faggot drug addict. But to any professionals around him. It should have been obvious.
This whole situation is retarded.
I guess it’s over though. Once and for all.
Or maybe not.
He might bounce back.
He’s pretty good at bouncing back.
I’d rather this be the end of it.
He can start touring the gay nightclub circuit and make a good living for himself until he dies at 45 or so like all homos.