MILO Yiannopolous has the power to put a stop to pedophile activity among his elite circle of friends.
Here Stefan Molyneaux is both understanding of MILO’s gayness and highly critical of MILO for failing to stop the sexual predators who victimize young boys.
Stefan’s concern, addressed toward the 36 minute mark or thereabouts is the moral obligation of MILO to put a stop to the homosexual pedophile activity that he’s witnessed.
MILO’s first sex was with a priest when he was age 13. That priest is in his 40s now, probably still molesting boys. MILO has the power to stop him. MILO has the power to call out the Hollyweird child molesters too, whom he has admitted meeting.
Whatever Stefan’s shortcomings, I always learn something useful from him. I don’t expect MILO to turn snitch and name names, but he could at least quietly try to rein in the faggot pedos that travel in his circle. Actually, in Texas I believe that if you witness a crime, you are obligated to report it. Law enforcement should be meeting with MILO and grilling him for names, dates, and other relevant information on the gay perps who prey on boys.
Published on Feb 22, 2017
Milo Yiannopoulos stood tall for free speech, and against the puritanical language fascism of political correctness. As a good-looking, ridiculously articulate gay man, he could have found a comfortable place to nestle in leftist cliches, and would have been welcomed by the establishment with open arms. Instead, he turned his considerable charm, talents, humor and intellect on the enemies of free thought and free speech – helping to provoke and reveal the violence and hatefulness of dangerous and powerful elements within Western society.
And now, he stands on a precipice, which we really need to examine in detail.
In the span of 48 hours, Milo Yiannopoulos has fallen from grace in the eyes of many. He has lost his quarter million dollar book deal, he has resigned from his influential position at Breitbart, and been disinvited from his prestigious speaking engagement at CPAC.