June 02, 2016

WATCH: Milo Yiannopoulos at University of California Irvine

StaffRebel Columnist

It seems like something crazy happens at every Milo Yiannopoulos event.

Tonight, the “Dangerous Faggot Tour” continues at the University of California Irvine.

It was just recently that a bomb threat ended his speech at UCLA.

And who could forget the madness with Black Lives Matter protesters actually getting physical with Milo at DePaul university while security did nothing.

Tune in live at 10PM to see what madness will unfold this time.

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commented 2016-06-05 13:27:06 -0400
Milo is a ‘queen’. You can’t expect a ‘queen’ to be sexually reserved. He is cheeky and playful. I’m sure that helps him deal with the abuse which is thrown at him from every angle.
If you notice, when he is responding to something particularly serious or conversing with someone who deals with him on a serious level and treats him with respect,he is quite succinct and without any sexual innuendo at all. The ‘queen’ persona comes out when he is being playful or when he is pushing back. He gets a bit ‘gritty’ when dealing with nutbars. It’s part of his arsenal. I have no doubt that he is not everyone’s cup of tea,but I find him an honest and genuine human being.
I would love to go on the cruise and have a drink with him, but I have a phobia about those big boats.
commented 2016-06-04 15:11:58 -0400
Of yes, I forgot. You are correct, Marilyn, in that I really cannot afford such a cruise anyway. We all should prioritize in our spending, and a cruise does not sit on my list of priorities when I am checking my bank account. Indulging in the cuisine, sunbathing, and partying for 7-10 days are just not my idea of a fun time or a good use of my money. However, I begrudge no one that luxury, and I am pleased that several family members and friends can partake and enjoy cruises. Maybe one day, with the right people, entertainment, and route…
commented 2016-06-04 14:30:18 -0400
Marilyn, are you never offended by disgusting language? I once had a absolutely filthy mouth and probably would have loved to listen to Gavin, and even Milo. But I was changed and I grew up, and realized that that type of language simply indicates immaturity. The fact that we do not allow children in schools to use such language, teaching them that it is rude and inappropriate, says a lot. If kids should not be saying it, why do adults feel that it is okay? “Because we are older” as an argument does not cut it.
And Milo’s “gayness”? As a conservative male, and yes a Christian, I find the thought of homosexual sex offensive, since it violates how the body was created to function. It is unhealthy (as indicated by research data on virtually all indicators of personal health) and simply points to the perverse direction our culture has taken in its pursuit of hedonistic pleasure. Do what you will in your own bedroom, but promoting and flaunting what is perverse and decadent in public, all the while be encouraged by entertained on-lookers, is not my idea of a healthy culture.
I prepare my shield for the slings of arrows that will be flung my way.
commented 2016-06-03 18:17:17 -0400
Paul Dixon, I tend to agree with you. I watched the whole show and the following Q&A. I agreed with most of what Milo said, but I was totally turned off by the overt flaunting of the implied underlying hedonistic sexual tone. I thought it was unnecessary, undermined the credibility of the presentation, and served no purpose other than to build and reinforces Milo’s image. And, Marilyn, I can’t afford to go on the cruise either. But even if I could I wouldn’t. Not because Milo would be there, but because if I had to spend one week in the tropical sun I would probably die of heat stroke. It’s just not my thing.
commented 2016-06-03 13:23:55 -0400
Paul Dixon: Oopsy! So sad that your delicate feelers are offended by “crude, disgusting” language. Also, don’t you know that if you object to Milo’s “flaunting his gayness”, the LBGTQ commandos will come after you? You probably can’t “imagine going on a cruise with The Rebel”, because you probably can’t imagine being able to afford to do so.
commented 2016-06-03 13:17:28 -0400
Milo is exactly the dooms day argument the stilted left have feared for generations – one of their own politically correct Frankenstein come back to destroy the mad science that created him.

Delicious irony served on a hot plate of justice.
commented 2016-06-03 11:59:44 -0400
To me it does not matter that Milo is classified as a conservative who confronts some of the same issues that the rest of us do. It also does not matter that he is gay. But I have seen clips of him in panel discussions and debates and he is simply crude, playing up his homosexuality with filthy language and disgusting sexual comments. I could not imagine going to one of his talks, or going on a Cruise with The Rebel where he is around flaunting his “gayness”. Gavin McInnes also uses some over-the-top crude, disgusting language sometimes. Do these guys think that they are doing us a favour with this stuff.
The rest of the Rebel staff are great to watch and listen to, but this type of disgusting language and behaviour from these guys is neither necessary nor appropriate.
commented 2016-06-03 00:54:42 -0400
Love the song at the start. It must really be hated by the SJW losers.
commented 2016-06-02 22:49:08 -0400
He’s a hell of a good singer on top of everything else.