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Alt-Right Sociopath Milo Yiannopoulos Normalizes Child Molestation

I know I’m only just fifteen
I like to kick, I like to scream
And even if I have a kick or two in bed
When I’m with him it’s just a dream
Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh
He gives me head

ELTON MOTELLO: “Jet Boy Jet Girl” written by Alan Ward, 1978

The infamous senior editor at Nazi cyber-rag Breitbart News and unprincipled bottle-blond shitehawk Milo Yiannopoulos, a devoutly Catholic gay Trump supporter known for casually and gleefully disparaging women, Muslims, black people and trans people, will be giving a speech at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference, to be held from February 22 to 25, coincidentally at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in Oxon Hill, Maryland, a suburb of Washington D.C.

Though one of CPAC’s long-standing pet subjects is “family values” (or whatever they reckon that to mean), web users have been circulating video from a Joe Rogan Experience podcast dating from September 2015 in which Milo Yiannopoulos admits to comedian and media personality Joe Rogan that he more or less supports pedophilia.

For example, when Rogan, who attended Catholic school, admits that he “got lucky” in that no priest sexually abused him, Milo responds:

“What do you mean you got lucky? You got unlucky! You didn’t get that taste of… Like I said earlier, if it weren’t for Father Michael, I would have given far less good head.”

When Rogan presses Milo for details about Father Michael’s true identity, Milo stammers, worried that his revelation might get this Father Michael in hot water, and then admits:

“He didn’t make me. I was quite enthusiastic about it… I fucked my English teacher, too. He was quite young, quite hot.”

Shortly afterward, Milo once again jovially praises the priest with whom he had a sexual relationship during his school days, using sly double entendre.

“He was a great priest. Honestly he was the… I’ve never had a better singing tutor. He was great. He got notes out of me I didn’t even know I could produce… shattering the chandeliers, kind of. Ha ha ha.”

However, when Joe Rogan again tries to draw Milo Yiannopoulous out about the details on Father Michael, Milo gets coy and clams up, then accuses Rogan of adopting a “feminist strategy” and engaging in a “witch hunt.” When Rogan asks him about the affair, Milo vaguely admits, “I was in my teens.” When Rogan takes a guess that Milo was 14 at the time, Milo evasively responds, “Something like that.”

He then takes another opportunity to relentlessly defend Father Michael.

“I was a very mature 14-year-old… It wasn’t molestation! It wasn’t molestation, it was perfectly consensual… When I was 14, trust me, I was the predator. I was the predator at 14. I was the instigator. I was chasing everybody. I was aggressively seeking out sexual company of adults because I knew it would horrify people, because I wanted, sort of, power over them, it was my way of rebelling. I was the predator at 14, let me tell you.”

Perhaps the most uncomfortable thing about Milo’s disclosure about his early sexual experiences is that given his generally self-centered nature, it can be read into it that he has a perfect weapon for trivializing the lingering trauma that every survivor of childhood sexual abuse experiences – in other words, a perfect self-justification for callously telling such people, “I went through it and I’m fine, so get over it!”

Of course, what Milo next reveals is perhaps even more disturbing – and damning.

“You know, I lived in Hollywood awhile ago, briefly, and I went to [parties hosted by] other people who I won’t name of a similar stature in Hollywood as [X-Men director Bryan Singer], I went to their boat parties and to their house parties and things I have seen have beggared belief… I don’t want to be indiscreet about specific people, because I think it’s going to be… yeah… dangerous, but I can tell you the truth without dropping anyone in it. I mean, some of the boys there were very young. Very young. I don’t remember…[this was] I don’t know, about eight years ago… I don’t remember whether I ever met Bryan Singer or whether I even knew who he was then, but I knew other people of similar stature as I say, and there were some very young boys around at that time. There was a lot of drugs and a lot of twinks taking drugs and having unsafe sex with older men, and some of these boys were very young.”

Indeed, Milo Yiannopoulos is not stretching the truth, as numerous accounts have surfaced of rampant pedophilia in Tinseltown. To know that he witnessed that kind of nastiness up close and personal with no objection is unequivocally sickening. In that case, local, state and federal law enforcement should thoroughly investigate these claims, and if there is doubtless corroboration, Milo Yiannopoulos — who was above the age of sexual consent in 2007, the year he estimated to have attended parties in Hollywood where underage boys were drugged and molested — ought to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, if anything, for aiding and abetting child sexual abuse. By he is keeping these criminal buggers anonymous, he is giving them license to harm countless innocents, and there is no acceptable context for any of that. PERIOD.

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