Milo Yiannopoulos Quotes

“When colleges start to take intellectual and political diversity as seriously as they take the more superficial forms of diversity,”


“I want people to be allowed to make jokes about, and discuss, anything they want. I don’t think people should be ostracized for doing so.”


“what happens when you tell everyone that their worth, their ability, their right to speak on certain subjects and—shudder—their “privilege” is, like original sin, based on what they were born with, rather than any choices they’ve made or who”


I’m socially conservative in some things. I don’t know a label that fits, honestly.


“Identity politics is universally attractive because it enables failures and weaknesses to be spun as the products of oppression and historical injustice. Personal responsibility is removed from the equation.”


“The new brand of political correctness, popular on college campuses and social media, is the idea that no speech should exist that directly challenges politically correct ideas.”


“proof that free speech and the truth wrapped in a good joke will always be more persuasive and more powerful than identity politics. I”


“Many of the basic luxuries we take for granted today like two-day weekends, eight-hour workdays, and basic occupational health and safety, were won by leftist worker’s rights movements.”


“To the typical actor, threatening to leave the United States over the election was just another set of lines to read.”


“In politics, victory goes to those with cunning, mettle and deviousness, not those who have facts and principles on their side.”


People are messy and complex, particularly in the homosexual world.


I always believe in facts.


“I studied the Quran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad.” —Alexis de Toqueville I”


“It’s weird how obsessed the media is with calling everyone racist, isn’t it? It’s almost like they want everyone to be racist or something, for some reason.”


“I’d prefer a world with no identity politics. I’d prefer we judged people according to reason, logic and evidence instead of barmy left-wing theories about “oppression.”


Most of the federal government could be shut down.


First and foremost, I’m a journalist. My business is the truth. Now, I happen to be other things, too – a pop-culture phenomenon, the most in-demand speaker on the campus lecture circuit, whatever.


I believe in and love the populist, nationalist, antiglobalist rebellion happening all over the West.