Intolerant Fascists Violently Deny Free Speech to Dangerous Faggot and Feminist Advocate

ToDaZeD CA *facepalm*

When Snowflakes Tantrum

On Friday, Milo Yiannopoulos’s “Dangerous Faggot” college campus tour was scheduled at UC Davis [Davic CA]. His guest in this appearance was to be Martin Shkreli the pharmaceutical entrepreneur who jacked up the price of an AIDS drug before being indicted on federal securities fraud charges who described his plan to “explain third-wave feminism to MILO”.

That would’ve been … interesting.

Unfortunately, the “commuuuunity” wouldn’t hear of it; and wouldn’t allow anyone else to hear it, either.

They rioted, as one does.

Including this nicely ironic signage.

The LAT helpfully reports that Milo’s “appeal seems to be a matter of packaging; he is a flamboyant gay Brit who wears jewelry, makeup and Gucci accessories, and carries a gold lame backpack. I guess this is what passes for daring on the right.”

The LAT article continues on to clearly Media-‘splain the horrifying!!!11!!! things Milo tends to say in his events:

“Black Lives Matter is the ultimate divisive movement.”

“If white privilege is a thing, why are people working so hard to be black? All of the award shows and cultural events favor black culture.”

“‘Man up’ is a big no-no for liberals, intent on eliminating masculinity from our culture. ‘Toxic masculinity’ and ‘rape culture’ and all the other idiotic things they like to say in their war against men.”

The ‘official’ reports from UCDavis [where they attempted to convince the event’s organizers that they could be held personally responsible for any damage by the rioters — including injury and death to *cough* individuals choosing to riot *eyeroll*] were clear:

“The police have been excellent, the students are being completely peaceful and respectful, and they are standing up for the rights of the community,” said a UC Davis college counsellor as protesters outside reportedly smashed windows and threw barricades at police.

“completely peaceful and respectful” by breaking stuff, shouting invective, and preventing someone from speaking.

“standing up for the rights of the community”…
using the tyranny of the mob.

“Rights of the Commuuuuunity” I didn’t know there was such a thing. I come to understand that the “Rights of the Commuuuuunity” eclipse the Rights of The Individual.

hm…

“UCD is denying that there were hammers there.” said Kurtie Kellner, a communications director for the Davis College Republicans, “We were told by Milton Lang (Associate to the Vice Chancellor for Student Life, Campus Community and Retention Service) that there were in fact hammers at the event.”

“Our concern was about hammers and the protesters using them on the glass to get into building when the Chief of Police suggested that they had more concerning weapons. This was the safety concern that led to our cancellation of the event. If there hasn’t been hammers, we wouldn’t have feared for students/police’s safety, and we wouldn’t have felt pressured to cancel the event.”

ahh, hammers…

Finish your assignment! »

yes. The Hammer is made of Iron.

11 Comments!

  1. Posted January 16, 2017 at 9:04 am |

    Police suggested that they had more concerning weapons

    They had their sickles too.

  2. DougM (2016, the year The Left™ went mad)
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 9:05 am |

    1968 called, and they want their script back.

    Also: cue Peter, Paul, and Mary

  3. Posted January 16, 2017 at 10:12 am |

    With all due respect to everyone here – they’re not “snowflakes.” They’re dangerous and rabid leftists who want to burn the nation to the ground. They should be treated exactly for what they are – a dangerous threat to the nation.

  4. Posted January 16, 2017 at 10:19 am |

    ^ Doug
    I just watched that 1963 clip of Peter, Paul and Mary (as an aside, I always liked Mary) – I guess this new bunch isn’t much interested in that “bell of freedom.” I mean, how old fashioned and out of touch that is, huh?

  5. MikeG
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 12:17 pm |

    The College Republicans at the university a few miles down the road brought Milo in to speak in December. You can find the whole speech on youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSQPiONJi9Q

    I had my ticket and went to attend. I arrived plenty early so I could speak to the security people and let them know that I was carrying my firearm that day and wanted them give them the heads up that I intended to attend the speech. According to the law here in Minnesota and the university’s OWN rules, since I am neither a student or an employee of the university I can be on the campus with my firearm and permit to carry.

    The head of security was very polite and understanding but “respectfully asked” that I not bring my weapon to the event. She indicated that there were both unformed and undercover police officers on hand and I should be ok with that.

    I “respectfully” told her that I was not comfortable leaving my gun in the car and that I was completely within my rights to have it on me. She told me that she understood, and I seemed like a good guy, but she did not know me personally and asked several more times that I not carry my firearm into the auditorium. The faculty advisor of the College Republicans DOES know me and has for 30 years. She vouched for my character, but the security still wanted to clear it with the CRs since it was their event. I had struck up a conversation with the president of the club earlier and he seemed like a good guy. He was cool with it.

    So, we had to get me in without going through the regular line because EVERYONE was getting patted down before entering. They stamped my hand with a happy face and snuck me in the side door with the cops. Made me sit it the back row next to an undercover dude, but I was happy. Rule of law prevailed.

    Here’s the best part. The stamp on my hand got me access to the “meet and greet” after the speech. Got my picture standing next to Milo.

    Fully armed.

  6. Lord of the Fleas
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 3:56 pm |

    Including this nicely ironic signage.

    Ironic in that we see fascists complaining about fascism that isn’t actually fascism?

    Or ironic in that we see fascists who can’t spell fascism?

  7. Fat Baxter
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 7:35 pm |

    This Friday, Trump is sworn in.

    This Saturday and Sunday, there’s a gun show in town. The volume of business may be directly related to what happens on Friday.

    “At one hundred yards, volley fire, present….”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXqszbQVdaw

  8. Dave
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 7:47 pm |

    I’m just happy I have a safe place where I can say faggot and use a red iron hammer on snowflakes in the same sentence.

    Thanks Sondra! See you at the Trillion Woman March this Saturday!

  9. Daemon
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 7:55 pm |

    Hammers. Fascists. Iron. (Courtesy of notorious lefty Roger Waters.)

    And bocopro: Mary Travers was pretty when she was young. But as Coco Chanel said, “At twenty you have the face God gave you. At fifty, you have the face you deserve.”

  10. Gwillie's phone
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 8:10 pm |

    I heard the local stores were having a hard time keeping brown shirts in stock. And funny how the Orlando terrorist’s wife ended up near San Francisco, i’m not saying that liberals in the norcal coast support terrorism I’m just saying it funny.

  11. DougM (2016, the year The Left™ went mad)
    Posted January 16, 2017 at 10:22 pm |

    ^ Yeah, I thought that it was a sanctuary city.