Milo Yiannopoulos – Mostly 2019

Milo Yiannopoulos is an enigma wrapped in a riddle. He is very perceptive and articulate, but he can be crude, rude and offensive, such that there are only certain types of people that can take his good with his “not good” (i.e. “R” rated, or worse).

So beware what you click on. But within the following are some gems of keen insight.

Extensive May 2019 Conversation with Jordan Peterson

Milo – Forbidden Conversation (1:45:48)

In this lengthy conversation, much ground is covered on what has been taking place with Milo since his 2017 public “downfall”. At some points, Milo confronts Peterson with the possibility that the Progressive Left will attempt to take him out as well.

Here are a few portions of the video where Milo discusses takedowns of conservatives:

47:10 SJWs – anger in their own lives is what make them tick
48:40 The importance of a desire for prestige – Milo accuses JBP as a prestige-seeker, mentions the Cambridge disinvitation, distances himself from Peterson and the others conservative icons
53:20 Nothing bad has happened yet to you, they will get you eventually
55:20 National Review helped bring me down, no way they wanted me being the star at CPAC
59:20 All the big conservatives will be taken down when the Left and Right agree to take someone out
1:03:10 How the Left takes out a leftist is the reverse, they increase the exposure as in Linda Sarsour

Milo Yiannopoulos accuses Jordan Peterson of ‘betraying’ young men – Q&A (03:16)

This Q&A in February 2019 might well have been a trigger for the Peterson interview of Milo in May 2019. Here’s the YouTube description: In a surprise video question on the ABC’s Q&A program, far-right activist Milo Yiannopoulos said Dr Jordan Peterson had not supporting people like US Supreme Court Judge Brett Cavanaugh and the students from Covington Catholic High School, accusing the Canadian author of “betraying” the young men and boys who support him.

January 7 Interview with Eric Metaxas

Milo Yiannopoulos Interview with Eric Metaxas (1:15:52)

A sometimes contentious interview of Milo by Eric Metaxas. Issues discussed include Milo’s occasional use of coarse language, his relationship to the Catholic church as a practicing, “married” homosexual, and the deep penetration of Marxist progressivism into the Catholic Church. His recent book on sexual scandal with the church is discussed: Diabolical: How Pope Francis has betrayed Clerical Abuse Victims Like Me – and Why He Has To Go.

Milo week on the Eric Metaxas Show

The following links are for segments of Milo’s appearance on the Eric Metaxas radio show during the fourth week of April, 2019. These segments are insightful, but for the most part significantly more lighthearted than the January 7 appearance cited above.

Milo’s recent short book How To Be Poor is occasionally discussed, although Metaxas can’t fully recommend it.

Milo Yiannopoulos on The Eric Metaxas Show, April 2019 – Part 1 (28:28)

Milo Yiannopoulos on The Eric Metaxas Show, April 2019 – Part 2 of 4 (28:40)

Milo Yiannopoulos on The Eric Metaxas Show, April 2019 – Part 3 of 4 (28:20)

Milo Yiannopoulos on The Eric Metaxas Show, April 2019 – Part 4 of 4 (27:04)


Milo – I’d Be Straight If I Could (2:40)

Milo Yiannopoulos discusses his ambivalence concerning his homosexuality, as it relates to not having a family of his own.

Milo Yiannopoulos speaks at Parliament House – Australia – Q&A – Troll Academy Tour (50:30)

Milo participates in a Q&A in the Australian Parliament Building. He is introduced by a conservative legislator, but there are attempts at snarky questions by some Leftists. Milo in not shy in dealing with Leftist reporters.

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