Milo Yiannopoulos Banned From Australia After Comments on New Zealand Shooting

Milo Yiannopoulos Banned From Australia After Comments on New Zealand Shooting

Milo Yiannopoulos was declared persona non grata by Australia’s top immigration official. Milo called attention to left wing policies and pandering to ’... barbaric, alien religious cultures.’ Though he did not name a specific culture or religion many believe this to be a hateful criticism of Islam. As such the Australian minister for immigration has banned Milo from the country in retaliation.

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Jim Bob
Jim Bob 1 year

in the last 30days there were 115 Islamic attacks in 20 countries, in which 827 people were killed and 818 injured. Where's the outrage?

Azraiel213 1 year

Why you so homophobic, Australia?

Virtual Signals
Virtual Signals 1 year

Not a big fan of the provocateur, but banning him from coming here is bloody stupid. It’s just words. So sick of the thought police and their war on ideas.

Connor 1 year

Milo is just a wanker, honestly. Calling Islam those names after a far right terrorist murdered 49 people is not appropriate. I used to enjoy his speeches before he went off the rails and started acting like a cunt. But, I would still support his visa to let him into my country on the moral belief of free speech for all. If you don't like him, don't listen to him. The protestors should do the same, stop treating people like children, and let everyone make up their minds to listen to him or not.

Minnow 1 year

You really showed Milo what your made of. Spaghetti spines just like the UK.

Lord Flasheart
Lord Flasheart 1 year

"because the establishment panders to and mollycoddles extremist leftism and barbaric alien religious cultures." The truth does hurt and gets you banned from a country. Milo is part of the Commonwealth and if he can't have passage into other Commonwealth countries there is something wrong with the ones at the controls.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

As a NZr I am appalled at the rush of media and politicians to make capital out of this attack on us, the bodies haven’t been bloody buried yet. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired of politicians behaviour on all sides. The atmosphere we now live in has been all our own fault we all need to take an inventory I feel.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 1 year

Mass migration of people that think women are second class citizens but banning people who say mean things on Twitter. What a joke of a country.

IIZard 1 year

They are taking the bait for fucks sake

Nick d
Nick d 1 year

Appalling decision & just adds to the over the top pandering to Islam. Politicians here in Australia scrambling to attend prayer sessions on Friday while providing extra police resources at mosques for what is a nonexistent threat. Now we ban an individual who condemned the violence at the same time he makes the fairly accurate comment that gets him banned. This will only prove to divide further.

Son Of Shaw
Son Of Shaw 1 year

At least they’re not bashful with their homophobia.

Clockwork Dragon
Clockwork Dragon 1 year

Two things can be true at the same time. It can be a horrible event when someone commits an act of terror against a group of Muslims, and Islam can be a terrible religion. I notice no one is being denied entry anywhere for mocking Christianity while Christians are being slaughtered by Muslims.

Jus Saying
Jus Saying 1 year

I'm ashamed to be an Australian, I've heard the left say far worse with no repercussions. Nothing what he said is controversial, people are far to sensitive.

Spitfire WA
Spitfire WA 1 year

This is absolute crap. Stopping people now not for drugs or illegal immigration but for what they may say and how people may react. This political correctness in Australia has gone too far. The greens have *ed this country they shouldn't be called the greens anymore they should be the socialist party. Labour have done themselves a mischief getting into bed with them and people will see this clearly after they elect Shorten Prime Minister. We only have to look to Europe to see how open boarder polocy works with the centre left politicians in England voting for Brexit because of the average English worker is unhappy. I'm all for immergration, after all that's how my ancestors came here. But it has to be on the countries terms with the countries peoples best interests. You shouldn't open up boarders at the declination of citizens living conditions/lively hood. When it comes down to drawing the line you shouldn't be ridiculed for making a decision that may not be politically correct or attacked with words like xenophobia. If there is to be debate let's keep it at adult level not degrade it to childish slather.

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 year

I guess they will have to build a wall to keep people that do not agree with them out... Oh wait leftist are anti wall they just think it is ok to ban someone that is gay and says foul stuff.

Milkshake 1 year

He's Greek. They've been enslaved 400 years under the Muslims. Might as well ban all Greeks to be consistent, and while at it add Macedonians, Bulgarians, Serbs, Croats, Hungarians, Romanians, Ukrainians, Russians, Chinese, 4 in 5 Indians, half of South-East Asia, Jews, Ethiopians, half of black African tribes, half of Nigeria, most of Southern Europe, the rest of unmentioned Slavic nations, Armenians, Georgians, the list goes on with the people who were invaded first, enslaved first, and had atrocities done upon them first by the Muslims for a minimum of 4 centuries of history for up to 1300 years, and they won't forget their own history just because some dumb white Westerners are ignorant of it. Islam did as its prophet did, waged high amounts of war campaigns, enslaved, raped the masses down to prepubescent children with special accent on what the Mongols did to Eastern Europeans and Ottomans to Balkans and around. They've simply made too many enemies, and among too diverse a collective.

Cary Brown
Cary Brown 1 year

This makes Australia look stupid and petty. They ban a gay man who says things about Muslims and other subjects that they don't like. That's so pathetic. Governments around the western world seem to be more concerned with policing our thoughts, rather than protecting us from real terror threats.

Joel Barthel
Joel Barthel 1 year

The CBS article mentions Milo defending Catholic priests' rape of "boys as young as 13 years old". Where did the do that and why, with all the sources the article links to, doesn't it link to a source for that?

Danny 1 year

No one can make up their minds for themselves, so it must be done for you, its ok, we are loved and will give thanks later.

Mozgus 1 year

so he has another award now. good job.

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