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Apparently, Milo's going to speak at a college campus. What could possibly go wrong?
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A Penn State student group will host controversial alt-right political commentator and well-documented provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos for a discussion about “free speech, faith, conversion therapy, hair style, and more” on Wednesday, November 3, in 101 Thomas Building.

Although it was announced just days ago, the event has already sparked some controversy among students due to Yiannopoulos’s past comments. The event’s tagline, “Pray The Gay Away,” has caught flak, too.

Yiannopoulos’s lecture is organized by Uncensored American, a student organization founded at Penn State in 2020 that is “dedicated to fighting for freedom of speech.” Its mission statement says it seeks to “empower young Americans to fight for free speech in order to make American culture free and fun again.”


Yiannopoulos is a former editor of Breitbart News, which The New York Times once called a “curiosity of the fringe right wing” that puts out “material that has been called misogynist, xenophobic, and racist”. After being accused of advocating for pedophilia in 2017, Yiannopoulos was forced out of his position at Breitbart and uninvited to speak at that year’s Conservative Political Action Conference.


On a livestream in 2016, Yiannopoulos said relationships between adults and teenage boys could be beneficial. He added that the age of consent wasn’t black and white and that relationships between boys and men “can be hugely positive experiences.” Yiannopoulos later said his comments were attempts to cope with his own victimhood.

Additionally, Yiannopoulos has previously advocated for violence against journalists. In 2018, he reportedly told a New York Observer reporter that he “can’t wait for vigilante squads to start gunning down journalists on sight” and doubled down on it, saying that’s a “standard response.” Yiannopoulos later said his comments were only intended to taunt reporters.

Today, Yiannopoulos is banned from mainstream social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.


Last March, Yiannopoulos told LifeSiteNews that he’s an “ex-gay man” and would begin advocating for gay conversion therapy, starting with himself. He allegedly “demoted” his husband to “housemate.” The Penn State event’s website says Yiannopoulos is planning on opening a therapy clinic “for men plagued by same-sex attraction.”


Yiannopoulos’s comments have also touched on child sex abuse. A video from 2015 that surfaced in 2017 showed him describing survivors of clerical abuse as “whinging, selfish brats.” He also said child sex abuse is “really not that big a deal” and encouraged survivors to not let it ruin their lives.


Over the years, Yiannopoulos has embarked on a number of tours to universities across the United States and Great Britain, including “The Dangerous Faggot Tour” in 2015. He was originally supposed to speak at Penn State in 2016, but his appearance was canceled due to ticketing issues.

At a conference in 2017, Penn State President Eric Barron said his university “dodged a bullet” when Yiannopoulos pulled out.

“He’s creating his own anti-free speech movement wherever he goes because his message really is, ‘Tear down the university. They’re just a bunch of liberals that don’t want to listen to anybody,’” Barron said at that year’s Quality Advocates Session.

Penn State issued a statement Monday night denouncing Yiannopoulos’s previous comments and messaging. The statement was co-signed by Vice President and General Counsel Steve Dunham, Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims, and Vice Provost for Education Equity Marcus Whitehurst.

“At his core, Yiannopoulos is a social provocateur — a personality whose central public purpose is to deliberately create controversy, hurt and disruption. That is something we all should recognize,” the statement reads. “The posters promoting his presentation are largely designed to provoke response. The message is odious and divisive, and we wish we could simply erase it, but we cannot, just as we cannot prevent Yiannopoulos’s appearance next week.”

Penn State will not prevent Yiannopoulos from speaking, though, since it’s Uncensored America’s “undeniable Constitutional right” to host him. More importantly, the university lacks any power to stop it.

“As a public university, we are fundamentally and unalterably obligated under the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment to protect various expressive rights, even for those whose viewpoints offend our basic institutional values. To do otherwise not only violates the Constitution but would undermine the basic freedom each of us shares to generally think and express ourselves as we wish,” Penn State said. “A public university cannot impose the risks of censorship on those whose viewpoints it does not like without equally risking censorship for all, including those viewpoints it strongly endorses.”

Penn State said it hopes students and community members will “avoid being baited into reacting” and ignore him to oppose anyone “determined to make their living by dividing us.”

Tickets for Yiannopoulos’s lecture are free but required for entry. Students can pay up to $55 for “royalty” tickets that come with front-row seating and a meet-and-greet opportunity.

Doors open at 7:45 p.m. on November 3, and the event will begin at 8 p.m. Although students have priority access, tickets don’t guarantee entry.

Penn State’s full statement on Yiannopoulos is available below:

University leaders released the following statement regarding Uncensored America, a recognized student organization at  Penn State, inviting  Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on the topics of  censorship and  free speech  at University Park on Nov. 3 in Thomas Building. 
Milo Yiannopoulos, a media figure affiliated with the alt-right, has been invited by a student organization at Penn State, Uncensored America, to appear at University Park, Nov. 3. Yiannopoulos has a history of remarks that disparage various groups, including the LGBTQ community. His past presentations on the nation’s college campuses have been antithetical to Penn State’s values, and we share the profound dismay others have already expressed in response to his forthcoming appearance here. Even the posters produced by Uncensored America to promote next week’s event, which now are displayed in the HUB-Robeson Center and elsewhere on campus, are troubling and worrisome — though consistent with University policy and Constitutional protections.
Yet as offensive and hurtful as Yiannopoulos’s comments have been and are likely to be again, and despite our own abhorrence for such statements and the promotional tactics used, Uncensored America has the undeniable Constitutional right to sponsor this presentation on our campus. The University lacks the right to do anything to stop it. Student organizations may select the speakers they invite to campus without the University’s endorsement, or even with the University’s displeasure, as is the case here. As a public university, we are fundamentally and unalterably obligated under the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment to protect various expressive rights, even for those whose viewpoints offend our basic institutional values. To do otherwise not only violates the Constitution, but would undermine the basic freedom each of us shares to generally think and express ourselves as we wish. A public university cannot impose the risks of censorship on those whose viewpoints it does not like without equally risking censorship for all, including those viewpoints it strongly endorses.
But let us be clear. At his core, Yiannopoulos is a social provocateur — a personality whose central public purpose is to deliberately create controversy, hurt and disruption. That is something we all should recognize. The posters promoting his presentation are largely designed to provoke response. The message is odious and divisive, and we wish we could simply erase it, but we cannot, just as we cannot prevent Yiannopoulos’s appearance next week.
We hope instead that students and other members of our community will avoid being baited into reacting — as Yiannopoulos wishes. Doing otherwise will only ensure the national attention a provocateur craves and upon which his brand of hate is fueled and spread. Instead, if you oppose bigotry, misogyny, transphobia, and anyone who is determined to make their living by dividing us, make that opposition known by uniting against Yiannopoulos in the most effective way possible — by ignoring him. Commit yourself instead to expressing care and support for those who are the object of his hate. Unify as an empathetic, compassionate and thoughtful university community that stands as one, purposeful in its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and in its determination to silence hatemongers by turning our backs on them and denying the attention they seek.
— Steve Dunham, vice president and general counsel
— Damon Sims, vice president for Student Affairs
— Marcus Whitehurst, vice provost for Educational Equity
 

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Milo Spoke at the College it was total lolcowdom. He literally said Pray the Gay away and Get Elecro Shocked to heaven. We can have nature vs nurture debates till we're blue in the face and Milo dies of AIDS. Being gay doesn't kill you being rejected by your family and having unprotected sex will kill you.

Getting electro shocked till your brains are fried won't make you straight and contrary to Milo heresey the Church teaches that gays can go to heaven and they don't need Milo to ass rape them straight to there.

It would be funny except all the gay kids who commit sucide every year because of these fucks.
 

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Saw a post linking to the temporary tranny producers story and noticed the old Dangerous.com version of the story was gone as he uses a different site name now. So for posterity I will post a link to the story of the klepto queens and an archive.
 

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Getting electro shocked till your brains are fried won't make you straight.
I would love to know more about the role of thunderstorms in the mythos of the Yiannopoulos Christian orthodoxy. Is this God, not smiting the gays, but simply engaging in a little heavy-handed course correction? If so, are lightning rods instruments of heresy that happen to resemble designer hat stands? What is God's stance on designer hat stands? Does he regard them as a potent symbol of the homosexual agenda - a forking perversion of the erect phallus?

These are questions that Milo should answer, either online or during his lectures.

On a tangent, I think Milo's sharp turn onto the highway to Heaven is going to be a weathervane for a lot of other controversial Internet personalities who have burned every bridge. I can see Baked Alaska finding God and perhaps rewriting 'We Love Our Cops' as 'We Love Our Christ'. I could see Ralph going down this road too, if he survives his likely jail sentence and his mounting life-threatening co-morbidities.
 

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I would love to know more about the role of thunderstorms in the mythos of the Yiannopoulos Christian orthodoxy. Is this God, not smiting the gays, but simply engaging in a little heavy-handed course correction? If so, are lightning rods instruments of heresy that happen to resemble designer hat stands? What is God's stance on designer hat stands? Does he regard them as a potent symbol of the homosexual agenda - a forking perversion of the erect phallus?

These are questions that Milo should answer, either online or during his lectures.

On a tangent, I think Milo's sharp turn onto the highway to Heaven is going to be a weathervane for a lot of other controversial Internet personalities who have burned every bridge. I can see Baked Alaska finding God and perhaps rewriting 'We Love Our Cops' as 'We Love Our Christ'. I could see Ralph going down this road too, if he survives his likely jail sentence and his mounting life-threatening co-morbidities.
Swindling fundies after you’ve burned all your other bridges is a tradition on the American Right dating back at least to post-watergate sentencing Chuck Colson.
 

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I would love to know more about the role of thunderstorms in the mythos of the Yiannopoulos Christian orthodoxy. Is this God, not smiting the gays, but simply engaging in a little heavy-handed course correction? If so, are lightning rods instruments of heresy that happen to resemble designer hat stands? What is God's stance on designer hat stands? Does he regard them as a potent symbol of the homosexual agenda - a forking perversion of the erect phallus?

These are questions that Milo should answer, either online or during his lectures.

On a tangent, I think Milo's sharp turn onto the highway to Heaven is going to be a weathervane for a lot of other controversial Internet personalities who have burned every bridge. I can see Baked Alaska finding God and perhaps rewriting 'We Love Our Cops' as 'We Love Our Christ'. I could see Ralph going down this road too, if he survives his likely jail sentence and his mounting life-threatening co-morbidities.
If it can work for Constantine, I see no reason why it won't work here.
 

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https://twitter.com/RightWingWatch/status/1460270627651305476

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Milo is now shilling statues of the Virgin Mary for cash. Guess that's better than cash 4 blowjobs with his black friend.

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The Silence Stops Now Rally Voris and Milo et al. went to federal court over is finally here. Presuming I can get up at a non lazy fuck hour I'll go into my lolcow analysis chamber.

Steve Bannon was released without bail so he'll be there. Here's to him running his mouth into a conviction.
 
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Checking out Amazon it appears the up Milo's Ass markup is about $30-40

for 40 bucks you can get yourself a 16in hand painted polyresin Our Lady of Grace from Amazon
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What Milo really needs though is a statue of St Jude Apostle and patron saint of lost and hopeless causes. Which he can get for 1 easy payment of 14 bucks
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Today is the day KF. it's on in this corner A bunch of faggots and grifters and in the other corner a bunch of faggots and grifters who wear funny hats.

It was suppose to start at 10:30 EST it is currently 11:10 ET and they are having technical difficulties. Venue can hold 1,500 they made a mistake to pan to the crowd the whole back of the venue is empty unscientific count less than 500 people have shown up. 1,403 on the stream
 
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I'm gonna save you 75 dollars
Psalm 1
Blessed indeed is the man
who follows not the counsel of the wicked
nor stands in the path with sinners,
nor abides in the company of scorners,
But whose delight is the law of the LORD,
and who ponders his law day and night
In other words don't buy my CD. Also I can't tell maybe a jpeg or PNG glitch but it appears they misspelled and as anc. Also the blurb is lies the Challoner revisions are based on the King James Version and has almost nothing to with the original Douay-Rheims Bible. As was noted at the time.

it's now 11:26 and the Rally still hasn't started. Mind you Milo and his gay boss went to the Federal Court of Appeals and won on 1st amendment grounds. After all that they might lose to their boomer tech skills. Though for two gay men they sure have a lot of young easily fuckable college kids working for them.

Update 11:30 the video rather than the audio is now fucked up Milo as MC complaining about the security frisking the cops did. I'm sure he liked a man touching his crouch.

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This is what Milo decided to wear
 
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Prayer to Saint Michael, eh?
"Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil; May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; And do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls. Amen"
Why is Milo asking Saint Michael to thrust him into hell? 🤔
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This is what Milo decided to wear
Has he gotten fat again, or is that just an incredibly badly fitting suit?
 

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This is what Milo decided to wear
Milo, as a faggot, knows that, as a general rule, one does not wear a white suit after Labor Day (which was September 6 this year). Oh, sure, it's just a guideline, and if summery weather persists, there's no reason you can't continue to wear one. But it's now mid-November, and that white suit needs to go back in the closet until May.

However, Milo knows that white conveys purity and innocence, so this is his ham-fisted attempt at a Reformed Faggot costume for this bit of theater. The Marian-blue tie is a nice extra touch. He's narcissistically convinced that this is a genius move, and that his new audience is stupid enough to not notice what he's doing. Never mind that his peroxided hair still proclaims his faggotry; Milo's been washed clean, and has the white suit to prove it.

He's hardly fooling anybody—which is why there are so few in attendance at this event (and half are probably just there to gawk). But when it comes time to assign blame for the failure of this event, Milo will place it all on the organizers. It can't possibly be because most Tradcaths see right through him, and are repelled by his blatant attempts to use them.
 

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