Milo: I’m Over Here As A Warning From Europe — Political Correctness Kills

Thursday on CNBC’s “Power Lunch,” Breitbart’s Milo Yiannopoulos said he is here in America as a “warning from Europe saying please don’t go the same way as Germany and the UK” because “political correctness” has real victims.

On the alt-right, Yiannopoulos said, “The press seems determined to crown me the queen of it. I think that white identity and white nationalism is a little misleading. I think it’s more accurate to say the alt-right cares about western supremacy, democratic values, freedom, equality, that kind of thing, it sees various threats to those on various fronts.”

Discussing America values, he continued, “The First and Second Amendment, freedom of speech, freedom of expression, the right to be, do, and say whatever you want — these are the values that have made America the greatest country in the history of civilization. These are not compatible with some of the Islamic immigration that we see in Europe. I guess I’m over here as a warning from Europe saying please don’t go the same way as Germany and the UK.”

He added, “We could do with a little meanness in American society. This cult of being nice all the time, not saying what we really think. The reason people like me get upset about political correctness is that it kills. It results in horrible things happening—San Bernardino, Sandy Hook. People say we knew, but we didn’t say anything because we didn’t want to seem racist. In the UK, 1,400 young girls were raped over ten years, and the government report said the reason nobody reported on this is that the police and the authorities were scared of seeming Islamophobic because those 1,400 girls were all raped by Pakistani rape gangs. That is an example of political correctness with victims, with real world consequences.”

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