Milo Yiannopoulos Thread

MichaelWitcoff

Ostrich
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What kind of weasel secretly records every conversation just to collect potential dirt on everyone in his life? I assume most of them were friends of his at the time, or at least acquaintances, and he happily went through those relationships collecting all that material for...what exactly? To extort them in the future if he suddenly decided to? No wonder he thinks everyone else is a Fed, he acts exactly like one and it’s made him paranoid.

Not to discount the possibility that he’s right, but still.
 

Teedub

Crow
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I've heard credible arguments about Mark Collett being a honeytrap/Mi5 payroll guy. I don't want to believe it but I do have to consider it. I was in a telegram group he was in charge of and some of the shit that was said was unpalatable even to me. If one really cared about the movement you'd try at least to quell some of that stuff. At least I would, even if it does limit freedom of speech a bit.

I'll be going to one of the Patriotic Alternative events in 2020 and I shall raise the topic to him indirectly.
 

Ember

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Gold Member
MichaelWitcoff said:
What kind of weasel secretly records every conversation just to collect potential dirt on everyone in his life?

I have met and talked to Milo at the first gamergate meet-up in London a few years back. His personality away from the cameras is straight and low-key. He drank a pint of beer like the rest of us and did not behave in faggy manner. From talking to him there on a variety of topics including his family, reading his books and articles, especially the book on the gay-mafia in the Vatican, his Catholic faith and the fact that he is closely trusted by Cerno and Vox I believe he is not a rat and acts in good faith.

When he says that he records *everyone*, that is rhetoric. It is more likely that he only records where people are present that he distrusts, those that he suspects of being bad actors.

If the recordings he produces stay within the scope of outing government agents and protecting himself from any false allegations they come up with I do not see a problem.
 

Aurini

Ostrich
rotekz said:
MichaelWitcoff said:
What kind of weasel secretly records every conversation just to collect potential dirt on everyone in his life?

I have met and talked to Milo at the first gamergate meet-up in London a few years back. His personality away from the cameras is straight and low-key. He drank a pint of beer like the rest of us and did not behave in faggy manner. From talking to him there on a variety of topics including his family, reading his books and articles, especially the book on the gay-mafia in the Vatican, his Catholic faith and the fact that he is closely trusted by Cerno and Vox I believe he is not a rat and acts in good faith.

When he says that he records *everyone*, that is rhetoric. It is more likely that he only records where people are present that he distrusts, those that he suspects of being bad actors.

If the recordings he produces stay within the scope of outing government agents and protecting himself from any false allegations they come up with I do not see a problem.

I only met him briefly, and I don't like the idea of recording everything... BUT - with the number of personality disorders and rats within both his field, and the dissident right as a whole, he might have had good reason. I guess we'll see.
 

Ember

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Not sure if he is teasing a new career move or just trolling. He was a guest recently with Owen Shroyer. [Edit] It's just a guest slot.
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budoslavic

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Inner City Press @innercitypress thread continue
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Judge Failla: Now be quiet until I finish the question [sounds like she's at least half joking] I am asking, Do you now possess or have you ever possessed communication with the defendant about Unite the Right.
Milo Y: I have been in touch with Jason Kessler
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Milo Y: I was attempting to get out of Jason Kessler damaging information about Richard Spencer as part of my animosity with that personality. In the last month. I need the list of defendants.
Judge Failla: Mr White?
White: It's a long list - about 18.
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Mr White (reading, not complete) Richard Spencer, Jason Kessler, Chris Cantwell, Fields Jr, Vanguard America, KKK, Evropa, National Socialist Movement, Eliot Klein a/k/a Eli Mosley, Traditionalist Workers' Party--
Milo Y: I blocked Cantwell. And Evropa is now AIM
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Judge Failla: Have you had communications with the AIM person?
Milo Y: I can check in four minutes.
Movants' counsel: Can I have a minute?
Judge Failla: Not right now. Let me finish.
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Mr White: It's amazing Mr. Yiannapoulos is engaging in this right now, in open court, for the first time. This lends credence to involving some outside party.
Milo Y: I did originally review this. I just wouldn't take a month off work. It's 1000s of messages.
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Milo Y: I have nothing except with Jason Kessler - it's from June 13 [2020]
Judge Failla: We'll take that. What about Cantwell?
Milo Y: There's nothing.
Judge Failla: Let's continue this. To Mr. White's point. This could have been done earlier. Let me finish.
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Judge Failla: Are you telling me under oath the Kessler messages are the only ones?
Milo Y: I also texted with Richard Spencer.
Judge Failla: I'm not used to a person doing the review on the fly during a motion to compel hearing. Is this your final answer?
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Milo Y: The only thing that mentions Unite the Right or Charlottesville is the material with Kessler.
White: On July 14 Mr. Yiannapoulos told us he had nothing. Now he admits that's false.
Milo Y: When was that?
White: You posted it to your social media channel
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Milo Y: He is technically correct.
Judge Failla: More than technically. Now what?
Milo Y: Can I show it under seal? To an officer of the court? It cannot appear publicly.
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Judge Failla: Mr. White, do you trust me to conduct an in camera review? Are you OK with that?
White: There are other avenues, so your Honor is not spending her precious time. We could sign a protective order. And he is not entitled to the privilege.
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Movants' counsel: We believe that Mr. Yiannopoulos may be his own source. We would appreciate the opportunity to further clarify the issue.
Milo Y: It wasn't just that one source, it's a clutch of sources. I don't see how I can be compelled to reveal that
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Milo Y: I can contact the source and ask them if it would destroy their live to reveal them.
Judge Failla: All three?
Milo Y: I'm happy to do that.
Judge Failla: Are you going to change the playing field again? You are only protecting the name of the source?
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Milo Y: The only thing I am reluctant to turn over is the identity of the person who gave me the video.
Judge Failla: I am going to need to hear from you.
Milo Y: I'm do my best as a private citizen. I'll mimic the format.
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Judge Failla: I am ordering you to reach out to your source in this week. We are adjourned.
Story soon.

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CynicalContrarian

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Voxday :

Living the faith


I've always been pleased to call Milo my friend. Today, I am proud to do so:

Milo Yiannopoulos, the gay man whose conservative messaging and willingness to speak the truth sparked riots on university campuses may well trigger more outrage now that he describes himself as “Ex-Gay” and “sodomy free,” and is leading a daily consecration to St. Joseph online.
Two years ago, when Church Militant’s Michael Voris famously challenged Yiannopoulos to live a chaste life, Yiannopoulos was not defensive. Instead, he acquiesced, and humbly admitted his human weakness.
“I know everything you’re saying, and I’m just not there yet. And I don’t know if I’ll get there,” Yiannopoulos told Voris at the time.
It seems that he has now arrived “there.”
LifeSite: I imagine that to many who follow you, your recent decision to publicly identify as “Milo, Ex-Gay” may seem like a 180-degree turn. Are you also surprised that your life has taken this turn? Or is it unsurprising, a natural and perhaps inevitable progression in your life? I ask this because over the last few years things that you’ve said have hinted at being drawn in this direction.
Milo: When I used to kid that I only became gay to torment my mother, I wasn’t entirely joking. Of course, I was never wholly at home in the gay lifestyle — Who is? Who could be? — and only leaned heavily into it in public because it drove liberals crazy to see a handsome, charismatic, intelligent gay man riotously celebrating conservative principles.
That’s not to say I didn’t throw myself enthusiastically into degeneracy of all kinds in my private life. I suppose I felt that’s all I deserved. I’d love to say it was all an act, and I’ve been straight this whole time, but even I don’t have that kind of commitment to performance art. Talk about method acting …
LifeSite: Was there any event, or series of events, that triggered your decision to become “sodomy free,” and to do so publicly? Did God knock you off your horse as he did Saul; or did it come about some other way? Please explain.
Milo: Four years ago, I gave an interview to America magazine which they declined to print. It’s taken me a long time to live up to the claims I made in that interview, but I am finally doing it. Anyone who’s read me closely over the past decade must surely have seen this coming. I wasn’t shy about dropping hints. In my New York Times-bestselling book Dangerous, I heavily hinted I might be “coming out” as straight in the future. And in my recent stream-of-consciousness Telegram feed, I’ve been even more explicit — stomach-churningly so, if the comments under my “x days without sodomy” posts are anything to go by.
I’ve always thought of myself as a Jack Bauer sort of figure — the guy who does the hideous, inexcusable things no one else can stomach, without which the Republic will fall. I know that means my name will always be cursed, and I’ll always be a scorned outsider, so the temptation is to throw out any consideration of living well or truthfully. But even Jack Bauer has to confront his maker sooner or later.
No doubt there will be no shortage of doubters, of those who will believe this is merely Milo, having run out of conventional outrages to commit in an openly wicked society, is now finding a new way to break the outrage barrier. But I have less doubt in the sincerity of Milo's belief in, and fear of, God than I do in the average well-behaved churchgoing Christian man's.
Milo is a man of spectacular gifts and equally spectacular flaws. But he is also a man of unusual courage. And if you doubt his sincerity, then I suggest that you pray for him to find it.
 
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