Milo Yiannopoulos is a threat to leaders of the outrage industry, by The Mocker.
Could it be the success of Milo Yiannopoulos is a sign that identity politics has finally been checked?
As a white, gay, ethnic Jew with a black husband he could have been a supremo of the intersectionality outrage industry. Instead, he is its nemesis, with his contempt for political correctness and his defence of Western civilisation. …
The leftist borg enforces hatred of Milo within its ranks:
Even to faintly approve of Yiannopoulos is a form of hate speech that justifies bullying. … ABC presenter Jonathan Green last week:
Do those sentiments sound unreasonable? Put it this way, his tweet received over 300 replies, many of which took issue with him. By the next day Green had recanted and issued a grovelling apology.
It is tempting, given Green’s tendency to sneer at “the right”, to indulge in schadenfreude. But one cannot help feel disquiet at his supine acquiescence and his Maoist self-criticism, for that is increasingly the fate of those who publicly question the progressive narrative.
Milo and the outrage industry:
As Yiannopoulos cheerfully acknowledges, his provocative assertions are designed to expose the hypocrisy of the tolerance police. For those who make a living out of the outrage industry, he represents a real threat to their sustainability. And for those automatons who believe an individual’s philosophy is defined by their race, gender and sexuality, they are experiencing a ‘Does not compute’ meltdown, triggered by Yiannopoulos.