Questions Arise About MILO’s Honesty as Berkeley Free Speech Week Goes Up in Flames

MILO, the celebrity homosexual conservative, claimed that he was going to challenge leftist orthodoxy by bringing a slate of conservative speakers to the UC Berkeley campus next week, including Steve Bannon and Ann Coulter.

It’s not happening. Did MILO lie? Some people believe the notorious butt banger fibbed in order to push himself back into prominence after his fall from grace earlier this year.

It looks like his name is muddied again.

Good. We don’t need him. He knows how to effectively dispute feminist garbage and a few other things, but we don’t need him.

Excerpt from The Atlantic

At first, conservative agitator Milo Yiannopoulos’s Free Speech Week in Berkeley, California, seemed like it might be a major event. Four straight days of provocative events on campus featuring right-wing luminaries, culminating with appearances by conservative writer Ann Coulter and former Trump White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, and all in the heart of one of the most symbolically resonant places Yiannopoulos could have chosen: the campus of University of California, Berkeley, a campus with a longstanding image as a hotbed of left-wing activism where protests shut down an event of his last year.

But things didn’t go according to plan.

Speakers whose names appeared on initial schedules have either pulled out or said they were never planning to go; the campus publication Yiannopoulos is working with, The Berkeley Patriot, never reserved indoor school venues and appeared to pull out Friday afternoon; and Yiannopoulos announced on his Instagram a planned march through campus on Sunday in protest of Berkeley’s supposed clamp-down on free speech. “It’s time to reclaim free speech at UC Berkeley and send shockwaves through the American education system to every other college under liberal tyranny,” Yiannopoulos wrote in his post. The event would have been an important step in reviving Yiannopoulos’s wounded image on the right after a clip of him appearing to defend pedophilia caused him to be barred from CPAC and lose his job as a Breitbart editor in February. Earlier this week, Yiannopoulos told me in a text message that “We will fight until the last man is ejected from the last step on Sproul Plaza.”

There seem to be a lot of Jewish conservatives involved in Free Speech Week, including MILO.

Hmmm.

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Ben Shapiro Delivers Plain Old-Fashioned Conservative Message While Touting “Race Doesn’t Matter” Nonsense

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I’ll bet you can’t wait for your local schools to be privatized.

Or maybe tax cuts are the most important thing in your life.

I didn’t get to listen to Ben Shapiro’s whole talk because of interruptions, but it seemed to me that it was nothing more than old-fashioned conservative talking points.

The USA could be 100 percent African or Mestizo and it would still be the USA according to Ben, because the country wasn’t founded on ethnicity, but rather upon the Constitution.

I’m never sure whether these kinds of conservatives are stupid, evil, or both. Ann Coulter is willing to acknowledge that the country would go Communist if nonwhites were in charge, but not Ben. He seems to think that nonwhites just need to be made citizens and then they’ll be loyal to Old Glory and the Founding Fathers.

My best guess is that (((Shapiro))) is controlled opposition whose task it is to deflect attention away from the issues of white genocide, white identity, and white nationalism.

Excerpt from the Los Angeles Times

As conservative commentator Ben Shapiro spoke at UC Berkeley on Thursday, a large group of demonstrators marched around the campus amid intense security triggered by a recent series of violent clashes between far-left and far-right protesters.

Berkeley police warned drivers to expect traffic delays in the area, where large swaths of the campus were closed off by law enforcement officers, many dressed in riot gear.

Authorities arrested at least three people for carrying banned weapons. Before the event, police temporarily banned sticks, pipes, poles and anything else they said could be used to riot.

One of the three held, 20-year-old Hannah Benjamin, was also arrested on suspicion of battery on a police officer, Berkeley police said.

Demonstrators appeared otherwise peaceful. Messages of resistance — “We don’t want your racist hate” — were scrawled on sidewalks in chalk.

Video posted on social media showed two officers confiscating a man’s poster because it was attached to a wooden stick, which the officers said they considered a weapon.

“Hey, if you get another sign, you can’t have a stick on it, OK?” one of the officers told the man.

It remained unclear whether far-right and so-called antifa, or anti-fascist, agitators would show up.

Inside Zellerbach Hall, hundreds of students cheered as Shapiro gave his talk, which he titled “Say No to Campus Thuggery.”

He scoffed at the demonstrators outside protesting fascism and the counseling services administrators offered to students stressed by his arrival.

“I have spent my entire career standing up to fascism,” he told the crowd. “Antifa is fascist. I am not a fascist.”

If someone required counseling because of his speech, he said, “it was a mistake for you to have foregone psychiatric treatment” long ago.

Several weeks ago, far-left forces attacked several far-right demonstrators in Berkeley, sparking arrests and much debate about the line between protest and criminal behavior. Earlier this year, protesters set fires and forced the abrupt cancellation of a talk by conservative speaker Milo Yiannopoulos.

As police officers cleared out a section of campus around Zellerbach Hall where Shapiro was set to talk, students said they were weary of the next chapter after six months of protests on and around campus.

Juanna Falcon, a 20-year-old junior studying environmental economics, said she was going to skip the talk. The whole situation, she said, had disturbed the learning environment on the campus.

“I guess there is a limit to free speech,” she said. “Hearing out a speaker, that’s OK. Sometime I just wonder if all this security enforcement really does something or does it just draw more attention.”

Campus officials said they are spending $600,000 on security for Thursday’s event.

Sophomore Katelyn Tupen said the Berkeley College Republicans had the right to host a controversial speaker. But she wasn’t a fan of the campus shutdown.

“I got to study for my calculus midterm tomorrow,” she said.

The Thursday event marks the start of a parade of right-wing speakers who may be coming to campus over the next month. They include former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon and right-wing provocateurs Ann Coulter and Yiannopoulos, who announced that they will appear as part of a “Free Speech Week” event on campus.

The Los Angeles Times reports that arrests now total nine people, while the cost of security for the event amounts to $600,000.

Coulter Dumps Trump

“IT’S OVER. MELANIA CAN HAVE YOU, YOU BASTARD.”

Ann Coulter is a smart alec who burnishes her brand by making outrageous statements that pump up her book sales and increase demand for her speaking engagements.

This day, she’s bad mouthing her man in a wild, emotional outburst of the kind she’s famous for–dripping with sarcasm.

The Daily Beast

So much for “In Trump We Trust.”

“I’m ticked off at the Emperor God,” said right-wing firebrand Ann Coulter, who last year authored a book with that worshipful title (subtitle: “E Pluribus Awesome”), as she processed Friday’s firing of chief White House strategist Stephen K. Bannon.

Increasingly disgusted and disheartened by the president’s inability, or unwillingness, to fulfill the anti-immigration, anti-Wall Street, anti-globalist promises for which Coulter had been one of his more impassioned supporters, she now refers to Trump sarcastically as a deity/monarch in his own megalomaniacal mind.

“If Trump wants to prove that he didn’t get the good ideas from Bannon, then it better be pedal-to-the-metal on deportations, the Wall, that tax hike on people who make more than $5 million a year, which I understand was Bannon’s idea but perhaps I was wrong. If that was Trump’s idea, then let’s have it!… Did you hear that on Wall Street, they were cheering today?”

In a conversation that amounted to a primal scream, Coulter repeatedly attacked her former hero for betraying his constituency, belittled White House aides such as Kellyanne Conway and Stephen Miller, accused the president of kowtowing to the same news media he professes to loathe, and otherwise raged at the dying of the wall along with any number of other populist policy prescriptions that Trump touted to beat the Republican establishment and Hillary Clinton.

“The millions of people who haven’t voted for 30 years and came out to vote for Trump, thinking ‘finally, here’s somebody who cares about us’—Nope!” Coulter declared. “Republicans, Democrats—doesn’t matter! Jeb exclamation point, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton—doesn’t matter. Goldman Sachs is running the country!”

As for Stephen Miller, the former Jeff Sessions aide who briefly became the architect of the president’s anti-Muslim ban and occasionally jousts in the White House press room, “he’s just a speechwriter for the White House staff,” Coulter said. For a good part of the 2016 presidential campaign, Coulter insisted, Conway was a diehard Ted Cruz supporter.

“As late as the summer [of 2016], Kellyanne was saying that Trump built his business on the backs of the little guy,” Coulter continued. “You know I love the Emperor God, but he does have flaws. And one of them is his vast, yawning narcissism. He just seems to be obsessed with the fact that people give Bannon credit. And we all know that [Jared] Kushner is the one who won the White House for him.”

Coulter claimed it’s interim communications director Hope Hicks and former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski—whom Kushner pushed out of the campaign—who really deserve the credit for Trump’s political success. Coulter added that it was Kushner, along with former Goldman Sachs executive Gary Cohn and national security adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster, who finally got Bannon’s scalp and are probably targeting Conway and Miller as well.

Coulter added: “The Time magazine cover [a big-headed portrait of the man headlined as “President Bannon”] and the Saturday Night Live sketch [in which “Bannon,” wearing the black shroud of Death and carrying a scythe, sat at the Oval Office’s Resolute Desk while “Trump”/Alec Baldwin was vanquished to a tiny kindergarten desk]—every time he’s asked about Bannon, the Emperor God goes, ‘He didn’t win it for me! He only came in August! I already wrapped up the nomination!’ You don’t have to be a very sensitive person capable of reading body language to understand that Trump is obsessed by that. It’s driven him crazy.

“So did Kellyanne [arrive late to Trump’s campaign] and Trump gives her credit.”

With Bannon, however, “his little tiny ego explodes,” Coulter went on. “All you have to do with whatever White House staffer the media would like to get fired—just put him on the cover of a magazine and call him ‘President Whatever the Guy’s Last Name Is.’ It’s not good to show the media that you are so easily manipulable… The media is running the staffing at the White House now.”

Well, we got something good out of Ann. See the sentence I bolded? She’s saying the Jews control America.

Yay! Finally, some nice antisemitism from Ann.

HOW ANN SEES TRUMP.

Emotions are running high tonight. Those of us able to keep our wits about ourselves should try to calm things down. Bannon isn’t bad mouthing Trump. But he doesn’t have a book to sell and he’s not filled with sarcasm the way Ann is.

Delta Airlines Tries to Shut Down Ann Coulter

There’s still a lot of talk in the press and social media about the Ann Coulter “Twitter rant” that started a few days ago and continued through yesterday. Who knows, the war of words may continue today.

Lots of opinions, some supporting Ann, others Delta, have been expressed.

The source piece for this post discusses a company’s optimal strategy in dealing with customer issues. It finds that Delta made a mistake in picking a fight with Ann.

USA Today

Airlines are often targets of angry tweets from passengers, but like most major brands they typically tread carefully with their responses to complaints on social media.

By shutting down a polarizing figure like conservative commentator Ann Coulter, Delta Air Lines’ response became a political statement, whether that was the intention or not. The airline pushed back at Coulter after she berated it Saturday on Twitter over getting her seat changed.

Coulter began tweeting about the episode Saturday in which she said the airline gave away an “extra room seat” she reserved before a flight from New York to Florida departed. Coulter had booked an aisle seat, but got a window seat.

“Any back and forth with a customer, particularly a political commentator like this, is going to be viewed through a political lens.” said Tanya Meck, the executive vice president of Global Strategies Group, which specializes in strategic communications.

The company’s original tweet has been liked and shared more than 150,000 times, but people are responding in defense of both Coulter and the airline.

Delta offered Coulter a refund, but also hit back at her criticisms on Twitter saying, “Your insults about our other customers and employees are unacceptable and unnecessary.“

The airline later put out a statement explaining the confusion that lead to Coulter being moved from her reserved seat, and restating their disappointment with Coulter’s comments:

“We are sorry that the customer did not receive the seat she reserved and paid for. More importantly, we are disappointed that the customer has chosen to publicly attack our employees and other customers by posting derogatory and slanderous comments and photos in social media. Her actions are unnecessary and unacceptable.

Just two days earlier, rapper ScHoolboy Q accused United Airlines of putting his dog on the wrong flight, and United’s response was much more conventional:

When customers tweet their complaints at most companies, chances are they will get an apology and a request for more information — unless of course they’re tweeting at Wendy’s, in which case they’ll get roasted.

Chains like Wendy’s and Denny’s have mastered building relationships and responding to customers, even complaints, in a lighthearted way. Smirnoff and Reebok have both taken the opportunity to poke fun at the Trump administration, much to the delight of social media.

Delta’s clapback, however, was met with a mixed response.

“Our response is not that much different than a few days before on another attack,” Delta spokesman Anthony Black said in an email, referencing Delta’s response to comments made by Qatar CEO Akbar Al Baker’s.

Such a strong condemnation could be viewed as “attacking her and her views simultaneously,” according to Daniel Korschun, an associate professor of marketing at Drexel University in Philadelphia. These views are likely shared by many of their customers.

“I think they may have overreacted,” he said. “Generally it is in the company’s best interest to treat all customers the same.”

Korschun said he believes companies can and should be transparent about their political leanings, and that doing so can be great marketing technique. His research shows that customers expect companies that prioritize their core values to take a stand on important issues.

The jury is still out on what Delta’s response will mean for its image. Meck says that while unpopular stances may incite social media backlash, it doesn’t often affect a company’s bottom line.

“Americans expect companies to take a stance or respond to an issue or current event, even if the issue is perceived as political — as long as the company explains it motivation,” Meck said. “In these respects, Delta passed with flying colors.”

I have no doubt that Delta pushed Ann around (or tried to anyway) because she’s white, blonde, and an effective spokesperson for conservative politics.

Take a look at this Delta Tweet and understand that the company is a cesspool of “progressive” thinking:

I’ve said from the beginning that I thought Delta’s dirty tricks were coming out of the faggot agenda. I’ve seen nothing to change my mind.

Ann, always colorful in her word choice really gave me a laugh when she described the female passenger given her seat with extra leg room as being dachshund-legged.

Haha. That woman doesn’t look white to me, so there may be some racial animosity at play, as well as political correctness. Ann claims she was an immigrant.

In any case, this little guy wouldn’t need the extra leg room:

Politics? Delta Boots Ann Coulter from Reserved Seat

It’s easy to believe that a far-left employee at Delta Airlines decided to punish leggy conservative Ann Coulter for her conservative political and social views. In fact, I’ll bet the scalawag who did the dirty deed is a sodomite male. This is exactly the kind of dirty trick those freaks like to play.

New York Post

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter flew into a fit of fury Saturday after Delta Airlines booted her from her reserved “Comfort+’’ seat — which comes with 3 additional inches of legroom — and gave it to another passenger.

In a two-hour tweeting tantrum,she quoted her exchange with a flight attendant: “Why are you taking me out of the extra room seat I specifically booked?’’ she asked.

Their answer, she said, was “I don’t know.’’

The 6-foot-tall Coulter, who is 55, tweeted a picture of the woman who got her aisle seat on the flight from LaGuardia to Florida, noting, “Delta didn’t give my extra room seat to an air marshal or tall person.’’

A Delta spokesman said it appeared Coulter was in the same extra-room row, just in a different seat. But he promised to look into it.

One Twitter user, clearly not a fan of the columnist, wrote. “Ann Coulter is having a bad day which makes my day better. Thanks Delta.”

Jim Stone Freelance: The Jews are Begging for the Holocaust to Happen for Real

In all honesty, it seems that it would take an entire enclopedia of books, labeled A through Z to lay out all the crimes of the Jews.

As the world wakes up to the magnitude of Jewish mischief, Jim Stone theorizes that there will be an ethnic cleansing of Jews in the future.

Jim Stone Freelance

The more astute will realize that the Jews pulled the six million crap with World War 1 also, but it failed because nothing at all happened. Up until the late 70’s the world war 2 six million crap flopped also because despite Hitler actually doing something, there was no extermination campaign, only an imprisonment campaign and it took them that long to re-write the history. Quite a few people died in the prison camps, they were not nice, but the numbers were no where near what is presently claimed and included all prisoners, not just Jews.

Whatever happened, they made a full recovery and in this day and age, they are:

1. Openly and actively subverting the President of the United States.

2. Ensuring they own the future of food by making everything GMO so they own the patents on the seeds, and deny everyone the god given right to plant seeds that are the product of subsequent agriculture. Additionally, the GMO variants do not even register in tests as being legitimate versions of what is claimed. Worse, the Jews have infiltrated many governments, and at that level have successfully made it illegal to plant heirloom seeds, with their greatest success stories being in Africa. It is obvious what their end game is with this.

3. Rigging ALL elections to the maximum extent possible, so the will of the people is not heard, only their agenda is.

4. Destroying as many children as possible as much as possible with intentionally tainted vaccines that wreck all that receive them, with the most damaged showing the damage as autism.

5. Causing the bankruptcies of nations via rigged central banks, only to receive 10 or more times the amount of the actual bankruptcy values in the form of “bailouts” which are then used to buy up assets and establish Jewish monopolies on everything in business. This will ensure Jewish supremacy over anyone who rises up to compete in business because if the Jews own all the major stores (they now do) they can kill any competition by simply refusing to put the competition’s products in their stores.

6. Destroying the entire backbone of Western civilization via brainwashing in college, destruction of men in family courts in an effort to make sure their influence is greatly diminished, and forced and unwanted immigration no Western nation is actually asking for on a root societal level.

7. They have attained approximately 95 percent ownership of all media and communications, which they are now using to crush legitimate discussion and bury the truth to the maximum extent possible. This extends to the intelligence agencies which have been fully infiltrated and now act only as arms of a great hedgemony that will quickly isolate and/or kill anyone who presents a threat to the Jewish agenda.

8. They have successfully usurped the entire medical industry and system of checks and balances, which is supposed to keep destructive drugs (like antidepressants) out of the hands of the greater public. While doing so, they have increased the cost of medical care by up to a thousand times in some cases, and at least 10X in all cases. Obviously they see the medical system as a weapon that can be exploited to destroy a nation.

The Jews may be facing a holocaust for real this time around, because despite the fact that they have overtaken a lot, it appears to have been a day too late, and too many people know too much. What is the fitting revenge for destroying countless millions of children via tainted vaccines? What is the legitimate revenge for the pain and suffering they have caused with the family courts? And I did not even mention their wars and extermination programs (like what happened in Ukraine) which are widely known, or their expungement of our historical record via the destruction of the libraries, and subsequent wiping of the internet, indeed, the list of their crimes is so huge that it is impossible for an individual to even scratch the surface.

They did too much while being too vulnerable, and what has happened to CNN proves it. Too many people see right through them at this point, and if they try to spring their trap (they probably will) at this point, it will likely backfire badly, and trigger a real extermination effort. And I won’t cry.

CNN JEWS.

Ann Coulter notices the CNN Jews:

Berkeley: Cowardly Antifa Mostly Stay Away from Tough Guys McInnes, Stickman, et. al.

Although Gavin McIness isn’t much of an alt-right guy, you may remember the happy moment in Washington, D.C. in January when he punched out a leftist who attacked him at Deploraball.

None of the boring speakers at today’s free speech event in Berkeley, California are true alt-right or even race realists. Richard Spencer and David Duke were notably not invited by the self-promoting Twitter people who did speak. The speakers list included Brittany Pettibone, Lauren Southern, Stickman, McIness, and Baked Alaska. All of them seem to be Civic Nationalists, although they at least support the Wall.

Although I personally was hoping that Louise Rosealma (aka hairy fetish model Venus Rosales) would show up and get another whupping, the antifa stood down in the face of the presence of a few tough guys today.

CBS Local San Francisco

BERKELEY (CBS SF) – Hundreds of far-right protesters, some dressed in goggles, gas masks and knee pads, were rallying in support of conservative speaker Ann Coulter in downtown Berkeley.

Some at the rally at Civic Center Park were wearing combat gear, including military grade ballistic helmets and body armor. Dozens of police in riot gear stood by ready to crack down on violence as had been anticipated between provocateurs of both the alt-right and antifa (anti-fascist).

Many of the pro-Coulter protesters have “Build That Wall” or “Trump” stickers across their helmets and several are concealing their identities wearing mirrored ski goggles over their eyes.

As of 3:00 p.m. there was no sign of their antifa opponents, who have violently clashed with the far-right demonstrators previously in Berkeley.

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