Where has Milo ever advocated genocide?!?
These cultural leftists are ignorant, stupid, stark, raving mad people, who have no idea about the people they attack.
Milo does not even endorse white nationalism, as can be plainly seen here:
In his public spoken and written work, Milo has decent criticisms of Third Wave Feminism and defends free speech. How is it that a man who defends free speech is a fascist?
Moreover, Milo sometimes defends cultural libertarianism, and at other times civic nationalism and occasionally has some socially conservative opinions no worse than what mainstream socially-conservative Republicans say.
The derangement of the far left and cultural left comes from their ignorance and stupid inability to carefully understand the right and distinguish between quite different strands of the new anti-SJW and nationalist right, and how they differ.
Finally, on the BBC there was at least a vague attempt to do this in this story on the “Alt Right” and its various groups:
As we can see, the label “Alt Right” has been adopted by various dissident conservatives, but they actually form distinct groups as follows:
(1) conservatives or former Liberals who are concerned about the Islamisation of the Western world and oppose mass immigration on cultural grounds, but don’t generally care much about other issues;Group (3) is often called the “Alt Light” to distinguish them from (4).
(2) cultural nationalists who don’t generally care about race, but oppose the cultural Islamisation of Europe and the disaster of multiculturalism. This group includes movements like the Liberty GB party. These conservatives generally reject anti-Semitism and are quasi-libertarian or Thatcherite on economics;
(3) the “Alt Light”: cultural/civic nationalists who again don’t generally care about race, but oppose the cultural Islamisation of Europe, multiculturalism, as well as many Neoliberal policies associated with globalisation. Many such people read Breitbart and are becoming economic nationalists, though some remain quasi-libertarian on economics. Once again these people are generally not anti-Semitic at all, but can be very pro-Israel and pro-Jewish. Milo Yiannopoulos and Gavin McInnes are associated with this group, but both Milo and McInnes is more libertarian on economics.
(4) the hardcore of the Alt Right. These people are all race realists, anti-Semites, white ethno-nationalists, and are often opposed to democracy. The far right fringe are National Socialist fascists who often support leftist economics, while others reject overt fascism and prefer more quasi-libertarian economics or sometimes leftist economics.
It is also important to distinguish the populist right-wing parties in Europe as related but distinct movements from the Alt Right. UKIP and the Alternative for Germany (AfD) are somewhat similar to group (2) above, since they seem to be nationalist Thatcherites on economics. The French National Front is different again, because it has become increasingly left-wing on economics and is anti-EU and anti-globalisation.
If Leftists have any chance of a serious critique of these new right-wing movements, they need to have the intelligence to understand the different factions and the different beliefs of these groups.
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