Breibart editor Milo Yiannopoulos somehow garnered enough media exposure to have the opportunity to speak on college campuses. This suggests “certain forces” are backing his messaging. He is a smooth talker, colorful, can be effectively combative, has a good shtick of statistics and cites from “peer-reviewed” sources and studies. Up to a point, he is interesting and entertaining to listen to. Just enter his name on YouTube and you will see scores of speeches, appearances and interviews as he is given the stage. @Nero, as he’s known on Twitter, has more than a quarter of a million followers. Yes, he says the right things against political correctness, cultural Marxism and extreme feminism. However, there is also a lot of phony-looking theater.
But then it all breaks down even more. It is all stick and no carrots against women in general. You never hear him reinforce positive female attributes, it is always broad-stroke criticism. He also reinforces young male negativity against women. In fact, I find it revealing that this budding superstar for the Alt-Right is half-Jewish and homosexual. Surely the Movement has better spokesmen than this? Surely it has a better messages than this? No doubt it does, but those individuals will never get the exposure and promotion that Milo does.
And for me, where Milo shows his true colors is his role in reinforcing the Zio’s hardcore Muslim demonization hoax campaigns. TNN sees migration weaponized war and Muslim demonization as two separate phenomena that originate from the same two-headed hydra. TNN opposes both. Brendan Martinez gets into this in the video below.
Verdict: Milo Yiannopoulos is a slick, classic, Hegelian-dialectic, divide-and-conquer Trojan horse with a homosexual agenda to boot. After Orlando, this is in full gear. Caveat emptor.