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WATCH: Breitbart Editor Milo Yiannopoulos Slams Atheists

Speaking on the Rubin Report with Dave Rubin, Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos slammed Atheists as thin-skinned, poorly-dressed, and wrong. He also criticised the gay community for its treatment of Christians in the United States.

“There are lots of wrong people in the world, and one of the kinds of wrong people are atheists,” Yiannopoulos told Rubin. “They’re so easy to wind up. Before you’ve even given the punchline, they’re furious and there’s already a Reddit thread about it.”

“Atheists are brought together by wispy facial hair, terrible spectacles of long ginger ponytails, terrible thin-skinned demeanor, hair-trigger tempers…. Socks and sandals, those terrible cheap chinos…If that’s what you want to aspire to, then go right ahead.”

“It is not just acceptable, but it is the norm in any metropolitan city in Europe or America to be an Atheist. People look at you weirdly if you’re not. There’s no problem with that, [but] I think it’s funny to take the piss out of them.”

When asked if he thought he would go to heaven, Yiannopoulos pointed to the sky and said, “I’ve got a first-class ticket. She loves me.”

Yiannopoulos also hit out at members of the gay community for their treatment of Christians in the U.S. “I have been very ashamed of my fellow homosexuals in the way that some of them have behaved towards Christians in some of the media circuses that have happened recently,” he said. “I’ve been deeply horrified to see gays treat Christians as gays were treated barely two decades ago.”

Watch the full clip below.

Milo also talked about feminism, GamerGate, cultural libertarianism, and conservatism. You can watch his full appearance on the Rubin Report for free at Ora.tv.

Follow Milo Yiannopoulos (@Nero) on Twitter and Facebook. He’s a hoot! Android users can download Milo Alert! to be notified about new articles when they are published.

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