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Dramacow Milo Yiannopoulos / Milo Wagner / @neroGets banned from everywhere, Stole charity money and general supervillan antics

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  1. I don’t think that a faggot like Milo is into eating pussy and quilting. Except for the AIDS quilt, of course.
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  2. Outrage as Milo Yiannopoulos launches crude attack on hardline feminist Clementine Ford - but she claims she 'couldn't care less'
    • Milo Yiannopoulos showed Clementine Ford's face during his shows last week
    • The picture was captioned 'unf***able' by the right-wing provocateur
    • Photo has sparked outrage on social media: 'In what universe is this okay?'
    • But Ms Ford has said: 'Calling me unf**kable is the absolute least of his offences'
    • Yiannopoulos will attend Parliament House for a talk on Tuesday morning
    Right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos has been slammed over a personal attack on prominent feminist writer Clementine Ford.

    Yiannopoulos projected had an old photograph of Ms Ford - and the word 'unf***able' - projected on big screens during talks in Adelaide and Perth on Friday and Saturday.

    The attack was blasted by Twitter users - particularly as the photo apparently shows Ms Ford when she was about 19-years-old.

    But Ms Ford said the incident 'doesn't bother me ... It's so unoriginal for a start.

    'Besides, unlike Milo I got better looking as I aged.'

    Musician Urthboy was not impressed: 'Milo crossed the line with the Clem Ford screen grab at his show,' he tweeted.

    'Whoever works at his hotel needs to ensure the p**** gets no sleep.

    'Penthouse needs to f*** off and die for promoting this s***'.

    Another punter tweeted: 'In what universe is this okay?'

    A third said: 'His immature desperation for attention never ceases to amaze me'.

    A fourth: 'A woman's worth is not measured by whether she is "f***able" or not.

    'I don't like Clementine Ford but it's not for reasons that relate to ... unattractivess' (sic).

    Ms Ford called for calm from her supporters in a series of tweets, saying: 'To be very clear, calling me unf**kable is the absolute least of his offences.

    'Please don't make me a reason for your protests.

    'The 19 year old girl in the photo he's using would have cared very deeply about being labelled unworthy of male attention.

    'The 36 year old me couldn't care less what men think of her and will not be silenced by their disapproval. What a wonderful thing that is.'

    Yiannopoulos has maintained he would debate Ms Ford 'anytime, anywhere.'

    The former technology editor of the American website Breitbart flew into Melbourne for the next leg of his speaking tour.

    It's understood the venue which was to host his talks cancelled on him last Friday but organisers have found an alternative venue.

    Yiannopoulos will attend at Parliament House for an event hosted by Senator David Leyonhjelm on Tuesday.
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  3. In fairness, Clementine Ford's a massive bitch.
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  4. Swagger jacking James O'Keefe?

  5. Violent clashes outside alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos event in Kensington

    Violent clashes erupted outside an event hosting controversial British alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos in Kensington on Monday night.

    About 150 hard left and right protesters gathered in front of the Melbourne Pavilion on Racecourse Road and Stubbs Road, where they faced off and fought with sticks.

    Riot police then stormed the protest and used pepper spray to subdue the crowd, which included members of left-wing group Campaign Against Racism and Fascism and right-wing groups Reclaim Australia and The Freedom Party.

    Yiannopoulos has called feminism a cancer and Islam a form of AIDS.

    Leftist protesters held placards stating 'F*** off Nazi scum' and chanted "hey Milo go to hell" and "no Nazis ever again".

    The protesters vowed to follow Yiannopoulos around the country, vowing to "unite to fight the right".

    The polarising figure, who was been dubbed both a dangerous provocateur and a hero of free speech, was to address his two sold-out Troll Academy Tour shows in Melbourne later in the evening.

    The tour began in Adelaide before hitting Perth on Saturday.

    He'll speak in Sydney and the Gold Coast later this week.

    It's understood he's appearing as a guest of Penthouse magazine.

    Yiannopoulos, 33, has repeatedly made headlines for his alternative right views on minorities.

    "I troll for a purpose, a higher moral purpose if you like," said Yiannopoulos , whose press releases call him "World's Most Controversial Man" and who features in university campus disputes over controversial visiting speakers.

    "It's a sort of trolling for Jesus ... a way of revealing hypocrisy and double standards and authoritarianism through ridicule."

    He has sold more than 10,000 tickets nationwide.

    Earlier this year, the US-based commentator resigned from Breitbart News after he appeared to suggest it was ok for older men to sleep with teenage boys.

    He later issued a rare apology.

    Yiannopoulos was also banned from Twitter in 2016 after he made a series of racist tweets about African-American Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones.

    Alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos takes aim at his usual suspects in expletive-laden Melbourne gig

    Controversial alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos took aim at Indigenous Australians, Muslims and Australian media personalities in an event in Melbourne marred by violent protests.

    "Australia what have they done to you?" Yiannopoulos, 32, asked the crowd as he entered, clad in leather and wearing his trademark sunglasses, before getting on the back of a parked Harley Davidson motorbike in the middle of the stage.

    "You used to have a really good reputation, but we're here to discuss your fall from grace."

    The right-wing provocateur, who branded Julia Gillard "a prick" as he prepared to embark on his Australian tour, was unapologetic of his criticism of the former prime minister at the Melbourne Pavilion in Kensington on Monday night.

    Police barricaded the outside of the pavilion before the show as those attending the event, some who paid up to $995 for a VIP ticket, were heckled by crowds of protesters as they walked through the doors.

    After the show patrons had to be escorted by police to their cars.

    Yiannopoulos, who has sold more than 10,000 tickets nationwide, resigned earlier this year from alt-right publication Breitbart News after he appeared to suggest that it was acceptable for older men to sleep with teenage boys.

    He later issued a rare apology.

    He was also permanently banned from Twitter in 2016 after he made a series of racist tweets about African-American Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones.

    "Now, The Sydney Morning Herald (sister paper to The Age) was very upset with me as were various other left-wing media outlets who condemned my coarse language," he said. "So, I would like to set the record straight and apologise to pricks for the unflattering comparison."

    The self-described "one man wrecking crew" and "internet supervillain" continued his trend of hurling expletive-laden insults about feminists and those on the left-wing of politics throughout his three sold-out Troll Academy Tour shows in Melbourne.

    He took aim at Walkley Award-winning journalist and social commentator Waleed Aly, calling him a "foghorn" who was "dedicated to the destruction of Western civilisation" before taking aim at his wife, Doctor Susan Carland.

    "She wears that hijab because she chooses to sister," he said. "Not because she is the brainwashed victim of a death cult that oppresses women and kills homesexuals."

    He then made a joke that if Dr Carland didn't wear the hijab, one of her uncles may throw acid on her, and it "would be bad look on the red carpet at the Logies."

    Yiannopoulos then launched into a insulting tirade about feminist blogger Clementine Ford, describing her as "high-pitched, mildly irritating, but basically pointless and ineffective noise", and a "human lump of half-melted butter who has been fighting love handles all her life" before he lashed out about Channel Ten media personality Jessica Rowe.

    "I don't say this stuff to be mean because I am a compassionate person," he said.

    He also took aim at Aboriginal Welcome to Country ceremonies and traditional Indigenous art, saying "You're all supposed to pretend you like it, but really it's shit."

    The Australian media also came in for a tongue-lashing, with Yiannopoulos saying it was a 'disaster'.

    "You are all just as much a bitter disappointment to me as Don Burke was to you."

    The talk went on in this way for an hour as the audience, made up mostly of men, laughed and cheered each comment.

    Yiannopoulos' whistlestop tour of Melbourne ended on Monday night and will next visit Sydney and the Gold Coast.
  6. She still managed to make Milo look like the complete asshole here, just by NOT chimping out.
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  7. Go and do likewise, targets of Milo's trolling. No REEEEing. Just terse disdain.
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  8. I think Chris thought "water sports" was something like fucking in the shower
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  9. Well, yes, but that's not exactly hard.
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  10. Massive bitch is an understatement. I'd call her a cunt but she lacks the depth and warmth.
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  11. It's more than most of the idiots who throw riots and scream like exceptional banshees manage.
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  12. Which is honestly the best way to react to Milo.

    Mild disinterest.
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  13. I don't know, I think if you acted as if you hadn't the foggiest who he was, he might spend days obsessing over someone who doesn't know who he is.
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  14. She knows exactly what shes doing. A lot of Women realized the Zoe Quinn/Mattress Girl tactic still works.

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  15. Milo Yiannopoulos: Police Minister Lisa Neville says $50,000 bill on the way

    THE promoters behind Milo Yiannopoulos’ Melbourne event will be hit with a $50,000 bill to cover the cost of police, following Monday night’s violence.

    Supporters of the far-Right figure were involved in violent clashes with left-wing protesters on Monday night, drawing hundreds of police.

    A major brawl erupted in Kensington, with police forced to use capsicum spray to subdue rioters.

    Police Minister Lisa Neville today told 3AW the event’s promoters would be made to foot the bill, which would be at least $50,000.

    Ms Neville said “hundreds” of police were called in to quell the violence.

    She said billing event organisers for police resources was commonplace.

    “For these sort of rallies, but also for the AFL and those big events there is an agreement around the costs,” she said.

    Ms Neville said she was confident Mr Yiannopoulos would cough up.

    “(It’s a) big call to say you’re going to ignore a bill from Victoria Police,” she said.

    In the interests of fairly representing both sides, here's the mission statement of the "left-wing protesters" mentioned in the article.

    Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (CARF) is a united front of diverse groups and individuals. Our common aim is to prevent fascists and their far-right allies from building a fascist movement in Australia. Our unity is based on the following points:

    1. CARF opposes racism, white supremacy, reactionary nationalism and the targeting of any people, whether for their religion, colour, sexual or gender identity or participation in organised labour. These ideologies are used to divide our communities and only help the rich and powerful. They are the breeding ground for a fascist movement.

    2. CARF declares that Australia is not the far Right's to “reclaim.” CARF recognises that we stand on the stolen lands of Australia's First Nations and recognises the sovereign rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    3. CARF organises, confronts and mobilises against fascist and far-right movements to stop them organising, recruiting and spreading their violent ideology.

    4. CARF believes that when the working class — including the most oppressed and immediately targeted communities — unites and organises, we can defeat racist and fascist movements and ideologies.

    5. CARF believes that all targets of racist and fascist violence have the right to defend themselves. Our power to combat racism and fascism is through solidarity and unity in action.

    6. CARF recognises that fascists in Australia are currently attempting to mobilise under the mask of Islamophobia. CARF upholds complete freedom of conscience worldwide, and therefore sees defending the right of people to be Muslims, without discrimination or harassment, as a key part of our campaign.

    7. CARF denounces successive governments’ use of racism and Islamophobia to demonise people of colour from other countries, especially Muslims — blaming them, not the profit system, for the growing insecurity of working and middle class Australians. This scapegoating is the justification for an inhuman regime of border control. It has nourished far-right and facist ideology and violence. CARF calls for open borders as a human right.

    8. CARF is a democratic group that encourages internal discussion and participation in an atmosphere of respect and goodwill. We invite participation by groups and individuals on this basis.

    9. CARF recognises the right of other anti-racist and anti-fascist groups to carry out their activities, and endeavours to work together, and defend where necessary, in an atmosphere of mutual respect in the attainment of the above-mentioned points.

    The groups involved, so far, are:
    Anarchist Affinity
    Australia Asia Worker Links
    Freedom Socialist Party
    Indigenous Social Justice Association — Melbourne
    Melbourne Anarchist Club
    Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group
    Melbourne Anti Fascist Initiative
    Radical Women
    Raaf Activists
    Socialist Alliance
    Socialist Alternative Melbourne

    If you would like to join, please just message the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism Facebook Group.
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  16. Yeah the commies have been pretty loud in the lead up, my uni is infested with them. Anti-Milo posters were everywhere alongside 100th anniversary of the communist revolution from these people. Fucking cancer.

    Welcome to Melbourne.
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  17. Everyone knows what the nazis did but since communism is at its core about equality - people don't give a shit about its victims.
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  18. I don't think the group itself is communist but one of the groups involved in the anti-Milo protest is (Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group). Unless you consider anything anti far-right or anti-fascist to be inherently communist which is stupid.

    But passing the bill for police protection to Milo for his shit-stirring is hilarious and it should've been something Berkeley did after the riots.

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  19. No, it shouldn't. I really dislike Milo as a person but this is a terrible idea all around. They'd love to be able to do that to Ben Shapiro, who draws near riots just for being a Jew with a conservative opinion and would get huge bills as well. They should instead be dealing with the communists seriously instead of letting police look the other way or run and hide when they start up the violence. It's also even further motivation for antifa to harass and assault people they don't like. They already have practically carte blanche to do whatever they want in California. There's a difference between laughing at a misfortune he might deserve and agreeing with awful policies that just happen to screw him over in one particular time.
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  20. Ben Shapiro doesn't purposely stoke the fires of these riots to get more notoriety and money though, Milo actively encourages it. But I can see what you mean and I concede that yeah it would be a terrible idea.

    I'm just a tad miffed that everytime Milo goes to a University, the University has to shell out 5 or 6 figure budgets to keep the peace just so that some shell of a man obsessed with his own minor celebrity can say "dahling" for 2-3 hours while the Alt-right and SJWs knock over trashcans over Ethics in Gay Nazis, while the rest of the University is just trying to go to class and fail their organic chemistry final.
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