Milo Yiannopoulos Speaks Out on Muslim Crimes, and Feminists’ Silence

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“I’m not just worried about ISIS, I’m not just worried about Islamic radicals, I’m worried about Muslims,” said Breitbart Tech head Milo Yiannopoulos.

Yiannopoulos stopped by on this week’s #EJPC to talk the sexual assaults by migrants in Cologne, and took a bold stance that he admits is almost impossible to say from mainstream outlets.

“I’ve lost count of the number Muslim countries…where I could be killed just for being who I am,” said Yiannopoulous. “We’re not talking about ISIS beheading gay people, we’re talking about Iran hanging them off cranes. Or gay people who get killed, or whatever else in mainstream Muslim society.”

He also had some words for the feminist community, who seems to be largely silent about this issue.

“I’m so horrified, and so – just confused – about progressive feminist activists who have spent their lives being the sort of cowardly bullies they are, picking on easy, weak targets like gamers and college students,” said Yiannopoulos. “And yet faced with a genuine example of rape culture – faced with something where they could actually help to protect women, where they could stand up and speak out – the number of feminists who do are a tiny, noble minority, rather than the angry majority who, if their voices were raised in unison, could actually do something.”

Watch the clip below, and be sure to see the whole podcast by clicking here!

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