The Herland Report TV (HTV): The New Left West hates Christians: “Christianity works as a bool work against tyranny, everywhere you look in the world”, says Milo Yiannopoulos in this exclusive short.
“If you look at the oppression of Christians in China, in the Middle-East and everywhere that tyranny is asserting itself, Christianity must be eradicated. Because Christianity is the founder of individualism.”
Milo Yiannopoulos is an unusual intellectual with provoking technique of fearless and blunt speech.
He is also a New York Times bestselling author and an internet guru.
Watch the full interview about Christianity here.
Milo appears at The Herland Report in provokingly honest conversations about the deterioration of freedom in the West.
The Herland Report has several interviews with “The Kanye West of Journalism” (Red Alert Politics), “A young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens” (Bill Mahler) and “The most hated man on the internet” (The Nation), Milo Yiannopoulos.
The founding fathers of the New Left, such as Herbert Marcuse, openly stated the need to curb freedom for majority groups. The repression of majority views, such as the traditional family, the traditional marriage, has been notoriously ongoing for decades now.
Whoever dares to voice opposition to the New Left tyranny, is instantly deemed “homophobic, racist, islamophobic, mentally ill, sick” and so on.
What Milo did was talk back with the same rudeness that the Left has practiced against Conservatives, traditionalists and Christians for decades. That got him shut down on Twitter, Facebook etc.
The New Left wants to have the sole right to hate speech everybody, but no one is to talk back. That would be “racist, misogynist, hateful, spiteful, homophobic” and so on. This is the very method by which they subdue the population into socialist obedience. The only values allowed to push are the neo-Marxist New Left attitudes.
The many women who love Milo are therefore portrayed as “strange” or “mentally disturbed” in the horrifying totalitarian push for socialist sameness and the quest for population control that characterize the New Left.
“Christianity didn’t just exist in integrate symbiosis with capitalism and with freedom, democracy and the rest of it. They all fueled each other.”
“Capitalism is impossible without a protestant work ethic and many of these systems that underpin the success and freedom of the West did not happen in spite of, but along side Christianity and in some cases because of Christian values.”
“That is why the tyranny regimes all over the world wishes to exterminate Christians. The murdering of Christians goes completely unreported on.”
“In America, Christians have been bullied, ridiculed and demeaned in popular culture for decades! It has been done in a way that no progressive would dear to do with Islam.”
- Milo Yiannopoulos: Feminism creates weak women.
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- Milo Yiannopoulos: America divided with tyrannical censorship Free Speech.
- The New Left’ desire to silence the Majority – Nabintu, WND.
- Universities as Globalist New Left propaganda tools – WND
- Interview with Milo Yiannopoulos: America lost its freedom.
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