Sunday, February 5, 2017

Milo Yiannopoulos Announces Plan to Return to Berkeley

Milo Yiannopoulos is planning on returning to UC Berkeley where he hopes to deliver the speech he was prevented from delivering on Wednesday because of violent protesters who caused over $100,000 in damages.

He posted the following on his Facebook page on Saturday:
I'm planning to return to Berkeley to give the speech I was prevented from delivering. Hopefully within the next few months. I'll keep you posted.
No doubt, a new attempt by Milo to deliver his speech will result in even larger crowds of protesters. Will Jane Napolitano, head of the University of California school system see to it that there is enough of a police presence to prevent the violence that occurred the last time Milo attempted to give his speech?



  1. Milo is performing a real service here, bringing into sharp focus the morals of his opponents. The fact that he's also indulging his own apparent need to be the center of attention is irrelevant, in my view.

  2. The best thing that ever happened to Milo was his speech being cancelled.

    1. So true. You can't get publicity like that even if you tried.

  3. Janet was the head of DHS. I'm sure she has connections to people in various thug agencies ... though I'm not not sure whether she really wants to prevent the violence or not.

    A quick read of the chronology of her career in Wikipedia reminds one of this: "Napolitano was the subject of controversy after the release of a Department of Homeland Security threat assessment report that was seen as derogatory towards armed forces veterans."

    I guess she retains her anti-right bias at Berkeley.

  4. Milo is getting liberals to physically dismantle their own institution just by the shear outrage he provokes.

  5. One can hope that after a couple more times of Milo trying to speak, Berkeley will completely self destruct in a ball of flames.