HATE SPEECH: London Review of Books Blogger Has ‘Violent Fantasies’ About ‘White Supremacist’ MILO


Adam Shatz, a writer for the London Review of Books, branded Breitbart’s MILO a “white supremacist,” adding that he has had “criminal thoughts and violent fantasies” over MILO, Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Trump’s white working class supporters.

In a column entitled “The Deep State,” Shatz says, “Talk of violence, civil war, and secession is in the air in the blue states today. Many, perhaps most of us who live in coastal cities have found ourselves having criminal thoughts and violent fantasies since 9 November.”

“Some involve Trump and Steve Bannon; others involve white supremacists like Richard Spencer and Milo Yiannopoulos; still others involve the fabled white working class that is supposed to have voted for Trump (the reality is more complicated than that, I know), which most of us have found it easier to hate than persuade.”

Responding to Shatz’s twisted fantasies, MILO commented that he “should get to the back of the line.”

Shatz concludes that there is no “inherent harm” to his fantasizing, as “people living under tyranny often dream that their leaders will come to a violent end (if they haven’t embraced him as a beloved father figure).”

During his talk at the University of Colorado Springs, MILO plainly denounced white supremacy:

“White pride, white nationalism, white supremacy isn’t the way to go,” he continued. “The way to go is reminding them and yourselves that you should be aspiring to values and to ideas.”

“You should be focusing on what unites people and not what drives them apart,” MILO concluded. “You shouldn’t give a shit about skin color, a shit about sexuality… You shouldn’t give a shit about gender, and you should be deeply suspicious of the people who do.”

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