At the University of Houston, the latest stop in his “Dangerous Faggot Tour,” Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos outlined why the alt-right will remain an active force in politics unless the left undergoes radical changes.
“The alt-right does not live or die by Donald Trump. This is a new populist conservative and libertarian movement that is going nowhere,” he said.
So long as the left continues to prioritise feelings of “Muslims over gay lives,” “sociopathic feminist b**ches over everybody else,” and “claims that you can’t take one member of a group as representative of every member of that group but all straight white men are awful,” and “that they continue to welcome in terrorism, the alt-right is going nowhere,” he continued.
Milo also explained that “systemic racism and white privilege are bullsh**. They are systems designed to justify other people’s prejudices about you, and it is time to start calling them out.”
During the talk, he outlined some of the ways in which the left can defeat the alt-right, which included bringing an end to safe spaces, building the wall across the Mexican border, and with the criminalization of Black Lives Matter.
“So long as the left continues to treat people like sh*t, we will be here,” he concluded, as the crowd gave him a standing ovation and began to chant his name.