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Friday, September 16, 2016

'Dangerous Faggot' Tour Event Scheduled at University of Miami Cancelled

Days after the curious, well actually I guess he is more than curious, Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos, who is the bane of the politically correct, began the new leg of his "Dangerous Faggot" tour, a scheduled event at the University of Miami has been cancelled by the faculty.

Breitbart reports:
University of Miami’s College Republicans group received notification that the Dangerous Faggot event set to take place on October 3rd at Bank United Field House was to be cancelled due to “security concerns.” What these security concerns were exactly was not detailed.

Breitbart Tech reached out to the University of Miami for further comment on the matter but received no reply. It is however that these “security concerns” have arisen mere days after Milo put liberal college professors on notice. This wouldn’t be the first time that college faculty have objected to Milo appearing at their events, at Milo’s first date of this tour at Texas Tech multiple college professors signed a petition to ban him from the campus.

During Milo’s previous college events, such as his apperance at DePaul university, professors have ordered security (that Breitbart in part paid for) to stand down as protestors hijacked the event and screamed at Milo. The ensuing fiasco in fact led to the resignation of the DePaul University president.





From a Bloomberg profile:
For his shopping trip to Gieves & Hawkes, Yiannopoulos calls for an Uber. The driver is a man, possibly because Uber’s algorithm has learned that Yiannopoulos rejects female drivers. Women, he says, have been scientifically proven to be worse at spatial relations, as have Asians....

Many of the people he surrounds himself with are paid staff. All, besides a female publicist and a gay assistant in New York, are straight men. “I don’t generally employ gays. I don’t trust them. They don’t show up on time. They don’t do the work. They get all queeny with drama,” he says. “I like straight white men. They do the work. I like black guys for my love life, straight white males as employees, and girls as drinking buddies.” He doesn’t drink anymore.

Although some of his staff are paid by Breitbart, Yiannopoulos says he’s got almost 30 people on his payroll at a total cost of about $1 million a year, not including his salary

-RW

4 comments:

  1. The University of Miami is clearly trying to swing the swing state of Florida to Trump.

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  2. If he was straight there would be even more outrage at Milo (a straight white man saying this stuff, can you believe it?!). If he were black there would be less outrage. If he were gay, black, handicapped, Hindu, gender-nonconforming (I don't even know what that means), etc. maybe he could get away with saying this stuff without an uproar... I have to consult my oppression matrix on this.

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  3. I respectfully disagree. I think Vox Day has nailed the SJWs as a school of fish. Anyone out of sync with their daily twists and turns is attacked. This especially applies to any members of their “beloved” victim groups who step out of line. Think Clarence Thomas. They threw Dinesh D'Souza into prison.

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  4. Milo should shout this out as homophobia. If a leftist speaker were threatened they wouldn't cancel the event. There would be extra security and heart felt attacks on those deplorables "enabling violence". He should call this institutional homophobia!

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