Sweden, the country that loves to act all progressive, has a problem with gay pride parades going through Muslim neighbourhoods. That will be changing when Milo Yiannopoulos goes to Sweden this summer.
The announcement was made during a live conversation with The Rubin Report’s Dave Rubin. Language warning.
When the topic of the risk Islam poses to homosexuals came up, Yiannopoulos said that, “When you start to enforce your political or social opinions through violence, that’s when there’s a problem. That is the moment when the whole world should be saying ‘you are the problem and we’re going to do what it takes to protect ourselves from you’, but the left doesn’t do that.”
He then called out 'progressives' justifying their views.
“The left instead starts making excuses for them, saying ‘oh, well the West created this problem’. Look, this infantilizes Muslims to the status of children who lack free will. It infantilizes them into being mindless automaton products of American foreign policy. That’s fucking insane.”
After a bit of a back and fourth, Milo announced he was going to Sweden – the rape capital of the world.
“I’m gonna go to Sweden in a couple of weeks and lead the parade in Sweden through the Muslim ghetto… Because last year, you’ll remember that the Swedish authorities, the Swedish government, you know these far-left social justice lunatics who are trying to create a progressive paradise in Sweden, well I’ll tell you what a progressive paradise is like: A broke country where all the women get raped,” he said.
“A year ago, Swedish authorities told a gay march off for being too unnecessarily provocative for marching through a Muslim area. Now to my mind, the point of gay pride was always to be brave and defiant in the face of hateful social conservatism, right? I thought that was it. That’s what they’re doing,” Milo added.
We can't wait to see how this will unfold.
“So I’m gonna go and I’m gonna be there in Sweden in a couple of weeks and march through this heavily Muslim area to remind people, and I hope it will remind people in Europe at least, what the problem is today.”
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