Milo Yiannopoulos Starts A Patreon Account, Banned After Less Than A Day

Oct 25, 2017
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Like I said, and to my understanding unless he is on stage, telling people to point a gun at other people and pull the trigger or to go beat up other people in the audience, he can't be blocked. If he's done this, that's news to me, I don't make it a habit of following news about him. He might have done things on Twitter or other medium but that doesn't mean his speech will be about that.
So you don't know what you're talking about
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Good on Patreon! This sort of hate speech should never be tolerated.
Still couldn't help but chuckle at such a vile individual suffer for his shitty choices. Here's hoping this gives Milo pause to reflect on why his "luck" is so shitty.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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I do find it funny that the hate mongers constantly feel the need to use services that don't want them instead of all those alt right sites they made for themselves.
It's almost like they are out of touch with mainstream, normal society
 
Nov 25, 2017
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Minnesota
I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think I might be making progress with this guy?!



He's starting to get it, I think. But at the same time, I can't help but wonder how the hell he's never heard of a revolution before?
 
Oct 25, 2017
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So you don't know what you're talking about
Why post like this?
Please enlighten me why did Berkley let him speak?

“We have neither the legal right or desire to interfere with or cancel their invitations based on the perspectives and beliefs of the speakers,” said university spokesman Dan Mogulof.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...cel-milo-yiannopoulos-the-university-said-no/

I'm not arguing against him being an awful example of a human being that spews trash. Just why a school let him speak.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think I might be making progress with this guy?!



He's starting to get it, I think. But at the same time, I can't help but wonder how the hell he's never heard of a revolution before?
I think people tend to think a revolution occurs when a powerful force (like a dictatorship) imposes an unnatural, illegitimate system on top of a natural order (the natural order being the will of the people, and is inherently just.) They fail to realize that things are the way they are because people with power and support will them to be, and that the "will of the people" is not inherently just and righteous, but a reflection of a particular society's values.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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2018: People want to say the N-word so bad even if it costs them their careers and affluent lifestyle. Just to own the libs and because they don't want to say it just exclusively behind closed doors anymore.
 
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He's a billionaire remora who lost all his billionaire friends due his own antics destroying his usefulness to them (and one dying from partying too hard)

Apparently he's too legitimately narcissistic to realize he needed to play the game on their terms and serve their needs above all. A lot of these alt-right stars from a few years ago went down a similar path, if not as explosively.

There's a reason the less colorful personalities with more mainstream appeal have largely taken over the space. The Milos and Baked Alaskas of the world can't stop stepping on toes and don't seem to realize that the only reason they blew up was because of a lifestyle and platform that was quite literally provided by money from families like the Mercers.

Someone like Jordan Peterson is a far more useful and lucrative weapon for the conservative culture war than that 2014 wave of screaming self-ID'd provocateurs who basically became pointless when the actual President of the United States started doing that same schtick from a position of actual power.

No, he doesn’t. He was wrongly defending free speech.
And you’re being toxic.
Why is it so difficult for you dorks to parse that criticizing people, even very impolitely (!), is also a component of free speech just as much as being an openly racist fucking ghoul is?
 
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Oct 25, 2017
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Why post like this?
Please enlighten me why did Berkley let him speak?

“We have neither the legal right or desire to interfere with or cancel their invitations based on the perspectives and beliefs of the speakers,” said university spokesman Dan Mogulof.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...cel-milo-yiannopoulos-the-university-said-no/

I'm not arguing against him being an awful example of a human being that spews trash. Just why a school let him speak.
Because you talk about Milo without knowing the details which invalidate your entire point. He spews hate and violence. That was his entire MO from the moment he became a name. He doesn't need or deserve a platform from colleges or anyone else.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Because you talk about Milo without knowing the details which invalidate your entire point. He spews hate and violence. That was his entire MO from the moment he became a name. He doesn't need or deserve a platform from colleges or anyone else.
Try more posts like this instead of snarky one liners even if I still disagree with you.

The school literally said they didnt have the legal standing to prevent him from talking.
 
Nov 26, 2017
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Malmoe, Sweden.
It's oddly pleasing to hear that he is doing so poorly - and continues to do poorly - with an ever-shrinking chance of bouncing back in any meaningful way.

What a complete paper-tiger he turned out to be.
 
Dec 11, 2017
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I can't believe I'm saying this, but I think I might be making progress with this guy?!



He's starting to get it, I think. But at the same time, I can't help but wonder how the hell he's never heard of a revolution before?
Unless I missed it, it's still absurd this bozo won't simply come out and say, "Using the word 'suffering' and the phrase 'loud and proud' was a mistake." If he had said "I don't think Milo should be banned from these platforms", that'd still be shitty but magnitudes less shitty than what he actually said.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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No, he doesn’t. He was wrongly defending free speech.
And you’re being toxic.
If I'm toxic towards racist & bigots and their sympathisers , then pour me into thier water supply. No defense for ideas that seeks to remove basic human rights, no discussion is needed either as we fully understand the consequences.