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    Tucker Carlson Interviews Milo Yiannopoulos over UC Berkeley Riots! 2/1/2017

    Tucker Carlson Interviews Milo Yiannopoulos over UC Berkeley Riots!

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    Berkeley Blowback: Milo Book Sales Soar 12,740% Overnight

    Just thought I'd add this on this thread. Apparently Milo will get his word out more than ever in a different way.
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    by Tyler Durden
    Feb 2, 2017 8:24 PM

    Following the violent anti-free-speech protests in Berkeley, California last night - sparked by cal's special snowflakes hurt feelings at the potential words that would come out of Milo Yiannopoulos' mouth during a sold-out event - it appears America's curiousity has been piqued.

    Sales of Milo's book have increased 12,740% overnight sending it rocketing from 642nd to 5th ranked best-seller on Amazon. Pretty impressive considering the book is not even released until March 14th 2017.



    When the book was first announced last year, a twitter storm also sparked panic-buying of the book.

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    So despite all the best efforts of the liberal intelligentsia to shut down his 'free-speech' last night - hurting the feelings of 600 conservatives who were looking forward to the event - we suspect a lot more than 600 Americans are now about to get a crash course in how Milo thinks.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-0...2740-overnight
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    Milo: Media ‘Created’ Environment Where It’s Okay to Say Anything About the Right, ‘W

    Milo: Media ‘Created’ Environment Where It’s Okay to Say Anything About the Right, ‘Way of Legitimizing’ Violence

    by IAN HANCHETT
    2 Feb 2017
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    On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos stated, “The media has created this environment in which it’s okay to say almost anything about somebody who is right of Jane Fonda. … And it’s a way of legitimizing, in some cases, as happened last night, violent responses.”

    Milo said, “I’m not any of the things that these posters characterize me as in an effort to legitimize the violence. But, even if I were, I don’t think it would matter, for the reasons you say.”

    He described the events in Berkeley the night before as, “[S]uddenly, there were explosions outside. There were firecrackers and rocks being hurled at the building. The police were having things hurled at them. And we — I was evacuated to the fifth floor, like by the fire escape. It was all very exciting. And then, suddenly, I was being taken out of the building. I was informed that I was being evacuated, because there were hundreds of protesters outside, blowing things up, hurling things of the police. The police weren’t — didn’t seem to me to be doing very much aside hiding inside the building. The ground floor had been stormed. So, we had to rush down to the parking lot, find one car, and our exit was blocked. So, we run — we ran to another car We finally got in one. And I was bundled in, put in a bulletproof vest, and whisked away, and that is the price you pay for being a libertarian or a conservative on American college campuses.”

    He added that he had been called the “usual slurs that they wheel out in a sort of effort to legitimize violence against you. You know, they want to call you the worst possible name. It’s like the punch a Nazi thing, right? Well, I could imagine a reasonable person being taken someway along the argument of like, it’s okay to punch Nazis. But the problem is that the left calls everyone Nazis. So, basically, they can punch [anybody].”

    Milo further said, “[T]he real people that I want to hear from are the guys who are on CNN, who are legitimizing ordinary conservatives being called white supremacists, anti-Semites, racists, sexists, when they’re not. There’s inevitable, obvious consequence to this. … The media has created this environment in which it’s okay to say almost anything about somebody who is right of Jane Fonda. If you have slightly conservative, or even libertarian points of view, especially if you are persuasive and charismatic and funny and effective, like we both are, you will get called the most appalling things. And it’s a way of legitimizing, in some cases, as happened last night, violent responses.”

    Milo added to the discussion of campuses by stating, “I feel actually more optimistic about this than probably most conservatives, because I’ve been on more college campuses than I think anybody else in America for the last 12 months as part of my tour, and I have seen a change in atmosphere. I’ve seen conservatives becoming more emboldened and happier. I have seen also, huge numbers of alumni changing their positions on whether or not they’re going to support their old schools. I mean, Missouri, when they kind of pandered to race-baiters, they discovered they lost 30, $40 million in alumni donations. And enrollment went on so much they had to close two dorms. … This is going to start happening all over America. And my view is, the American higher education market, and it is a market, is going to fix this, because schools are going to have to pick. Either they go the direction of the University of Chicago, and they say, ‘You know what, don’t apply here if you want to safe spaces and trigger warnings. This is a place you come to be challenged. This is a place you come to expose yourself to people you think that you’re going to hate. And see if it changes your point of view.’ Or they’re going to go to the direction of the University of Missouri. And only one type of those institutions is going to be financially viable in the long term.”

    He added that totalitarians hate the sound of laughter “because they can’t control it,” and this is why the left tries to dictate what kinds of humor are acceptable.

    He later said, “I’ve discovered, not just in journalism, but also in the entertainment industry, and particularly, and most importantly in academia…on American college campuses I have experienced restrictions on the freedom of speech, groupthink, and penalties, social and institutional penalties, and financial penalties for free expression like nothing I ever experienced in Europe.”

    Milo concluded, “There’s a reason why there’s this extraordinary bifurcation between liberals and conservatives in this country, it is because the establishment, the media, academic, and entertainment establishment has made certain sorts of political opinion – respectable, reasonable, mainstream opinion – impossible to express in public.”

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    MILO Fan Sues UC Berkeley for $23 Million over Abuse Against Conservatives on Campus

    by CHARLIE NASH
    7 Jun 2017

    A fan of former Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos is suing UC Berkeley for $23 million, claiming routine abuse against conservative students on campus.

    The fan of Milo, whose book Dangerous reached #1 on Amazon’s best sellers list within a day of being made available to pre-order this week, claims that her First Amendment rights were infringed after she was forced to evacuate Milo’s speech on-campus in February when a left-wing protest turned into a violent riot.

    “The suit, filed in federal court in California on Monday alleges that the defendants ‘have subjected UC Berkeley students and invitees who do not subscribe to the radical, left wing philosophies sanctioned by Defendants to severe violence and bodily harm for merely expressing a differing viewpoint, in clear contravention of their rights under the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,'” reported SF Gate on Tuesday. “In addition to the UC Berkeley Regents, the suit’s many defendants include UC president Janet Napolitano, the UC Berkeley police department, the Berkeley police department, frequent conservative target George Soros and California representative Nancy Pelosi.”

    In the lawsuit, the fan claims that “The University of California Berkeley (‘UC Berkeley’) … has acted to unconstitutionally curtail the First Amendment rights of its students and invitees thereof.”

    “Several people, including Plaintiff Robles, were intentionally and violently attacked by both masked and unmasked assailants and the UC Berkeley campus incurred over $100,000 worth of damage,” the suit continues. “Plaintiff Robles was attacked with extremely painful pepper spray and bear mace by masked assailants amongst the ‘protestors’ because she chose to exercise her right to freedom of speech and show support for the planned speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos.”

    In addition, the lawsuit also claims no campus police were around to defend students, attendees, and the speaker when violence from protesters started to erupt.

    “Nearly 100 campus police and SWAT members waited in the Student Union building, within eyesight of the violence happening outside, watching the protestors become more belligerent and dangerous,” the suit claims, adding that the defendants “should have been fully prepared” for violence from left-wing protesters.

    “Anti-fascists” from far-left groups started several fires, smashed windows and ATMs, looted downtown stores, attacked cars, and assaulted dozens of Milo fans, male and female, who they falsely accused of being “Nazis” during the riot on February 1.

    The San Francisco Chronicle reported that rioters caused around $100,000 in damages at UC Berkeley, while the damage to downtown Berkeley was reported to be around $400,000 to $500,000.

    An organizer for the far-left group BAMN called the violent Berkeley riot against Milo “stunningly successful,” before warning that MILO could expect the same response should he return to the city.

    Milo is currently planning a free speech week at UC Berkeley, where he will return with other speakers.

    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/0...atives-campus/
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