Milo Yiannopoulos (born Milo Hanrahan on 18 October 1984) is a British journalist, entrepreneur, public speaker, and former editor for Breitbart News. Despite being openly homosexual, he holds many conservative views, challenging egalitarian arguments and describing himself as a cultural libertarian though not a 100% economic libertarian. He has said the Western governments have "thrown women and gays under the bus" by encouraging mass Muslim immigration. He says Muslims "do not integrate", provoking outraged leftwingers to call him "racist".
Yiannopoulos was brought up a Roman Catholic. He went to Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys in Canterbury, Kent, UK, but was expelled. He later studied at Manchester University and Wolfson College Cambridge University but left without getting a degree from either. Yiannopoulos founded The Kernel, an online tabloid magazine about technology, which he sold to Daily Dot Media in 2014. He rose to notability that year when he began to provide media coverage and commentary surrounding the GamerGate controversy. As a cultural libertarian and free speech fundamentalist, he is a vocal critic of fourth-wave feminism, Islam, political correctness, and other authoritarian movements and ideologies. He was permanently banned from Twitter in July 2016 for what the company cited as "inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others". In reality, he harshly criticized the movie Ghostbusters (2016), particularly criticizing lead actress Leslie Jones, an African-American woman. This prompted some of Yiannopulous' followers to verbally attack Jones, and Twitter and the mainstream media blamed him for such harsh attacks. Yiannopoulos gained huge public notoriety after he was scheduled to speak at the University of California-Berkeley in January 2017 about the myth of cultural appropriation, but had the event shut down by violent rioters who claimed to be fighting Yiannopoulos' allegedly racist" views.
Resigns from Breitbart News
In a January 2016 interview on a "Drunken Peasants" podcast, Milo said there are “certainly people who are capable of giving consent at a younger age” and claimed that there are many “perfectly consensual” sexual relationships between 13-year-olds and 25- or 28-year-olds. (This is of course standard LGBT doctrine maintained by virtually all LGBT activists.) He admitted that he had been sexually abused by an older man, a RC priest, when he was aged 13–15. He admitted that such relationships were extremely common in the "gay community" and asserted that they were a source of love, support and sympathy for the young boys.
A year later during the US Presidential election, in which he was supporting Trump, the media tracked down this interview and used it in a manipulative and wholly hypocritical way as a weapon against Breitbart News, accusing them of employing someone who had defended child sex abuse (CSA) On February 21, 2017 he was forced to resign from Breitbart.  Yiannopoulos then lost a publishing deal but succeeded in publishing his book Dangerous elsewhere. In 2016 he was banned by the UK's Counter-Extremism Unit from returning to his old school and giving a talk there.
Mike Cernovich, documentary filmmaker and author of Gorilla Mindset, in defence of Yiannopoulos said that malevolent actors of the Deep State were responsible for the claim that Yiannopoulos promoted child abuse as a means of cementing the loyalty of Generation Z. Yiannopoulos, he said, had become too much of a threat to these forces.
That night, Alex Jones on Infowars posted a video called, "Milo Is A Victim Of Sexual Abuse, Does Not Promote Pedophilia." Jones went on at length detailing that Yiannopoulos’ thinking was taken out of context meaning explaining his molestation as a young teen and that Stockholm Syndrome might have turned him gay and made him sympathetic to sex between consenting adults in the form of mature men and teenagers, despite the age difference.
Jones went on to say that Yiannopoulos is the victim of a "witch hunt" by the mainstream media and Hollywood pedophiles as well as the "Republican party", which is "trying to roll up the grassroots support of the nationalist and populist movement that is taken place."
Links with Pedophilia
Yiannopoulos's admission that he was molested as a boy provides another example of the classic pattern of CSA > homosexuality > CSA. The prevalence of this pattern proves that homosexuality is not innate, but caused by early experience, and also that it is inextricable from pedophilia. Yiannopoulos also said it is a "lie" that people are "born gay" and the "gay lobby has invented the gay gene". He suggested orientation is a "mixture of nature and nurture" but nobody is born exclusively homosexual. He ended by offering a theory about homosexuality being nature's experimental zone, an absurd theory since it fails to breed. In November 2017, Yiannopoulos sided with the religious Right by condemning the extreme permissive and pro-homosexual sex-education material being taught to young school children.
In the same interview Yiannopoulos hinted that he believed in God. He said he had tried to change his sexuality and believed that the majority of homosexuals would secretly like to be "cured". He said had tried to "pray the gay away" but it had not worked. The offence this gave to the LGBT militants probably explains a lot about why he has been pilloried.
- Milo Yiannopoulos’ far-right fans think spy agencies took him out because he was too powerful