Milo Yiannopoulos said on the latest episode of his podcast — an audio clip from his Dangerous F****t Tour — that what he really wants to see happen is to usher in “a generation of Donald Trumps.”
During the controversial gay conservative’s rollicking speech to college students, he criticized the political left because they “make it hard to laugh anymore” with political correctness.
“One of the things people will tell you when they come from dictatorial regimes is that the first thing to go before they assume power is humor,” Yiannopoulos said, pointing out that it’s this humorless PC bent that keeps Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock off college campuses.
This was all just precursor, however, for what Milo Yiannopoulos shared in the last 25 minutes of his speech.
Hillary Clinton has previously criticized Milo for being xenophobic, homophobic, racist, and giving rise to Donald Trump among other things, Milo actually says he’s not part of the Alt-Right but is fond of those who are. And that’s not to mention many of Hillary Clinton’s questionable contacts, whom she fails to condemn.
Still, it didn’t stop him from giving liberals the blueprint for how to shut up the political movement once and for all.
The rub comes at the 53-minute mark of Friday’s podcast.
“I’m going to tell you what some of them are,” said Yiannopoulos.
Firstly, Milo said to start judging people by their character and not by the color of their skin and to get rid of the label of “racist” or “racism” if you’re not going to apply it to everyone.
In other words, you can be a black racist or a white racist.
Secondly, “Grow a f***ing sense of humor.”
— Zack Ford (@ZackFord) September 22, 2016
Yiannopoulos was recently kicked off Twitter for “having fun” at the expense of comedian Leslie Jones over the box office failure of her Ghostbusters reboot, so this point was a particularly impassioned one for the Breitbart editor.
“Stop trying to ruin people’s lives because they made a joke or tried to make some people laugh. Life is difficult enough. We’ve all got stuff going on. People aren’t bad on the whole. How dare you for going after people for telling a joke. It’s unacceptable.”
Thirdly, Milo Yiannopoulos said the left will have to put an end to “micro aggressions” and “safe spaces” and “trigger warnings” before playing an extended clip of college students claiming that there needed to be more policing of freedom of speech.
Fourthly, at the one-hour, three-minute mark, Milo called for a stop to all immigration but especially from Islamic countries.
Other ways to destroy the Alt-Right as said by one of its leaders include the following:
Stop demonizing patriotism.
No more globalization.
Stop denying the differences between men and women. “I don’t know a lot of happy single women in their mid-thirties,” he said.
Criminalize Black Lives Matter. While Milo Yiannopoulos didn’t believe everything was black culture’s fault — “for example, they need better f***ing schools” — he called BLM a violent movement that leaves black communities in ruin and said it was “crossing over into the Black Power phase and it is crossing over into a terrorist organization. It’s time to criminalize it.”
In conclusion, Milo Yiannopoulos declared that he was “happy telling the left this stuff because I know they’re not going to do any of it,” and said, “The Alt-Right isn’t going anywhere, and it doesn’t end with Donald Trump.”
The speech was generally well-received by those in the room, but there were a couple of protesters, who were mocked and escorted out of the venue.
— DCHomos (@DCHomos) September 22, 2016
So what do you think, readers?
Is Milo Yiannopoulos right about the left? Would following his “blueprint” really destroy the Alt-Right? And should he have a right to say these things? Sound off in the comments section below.