Face of the day




Read what today’s face of the day, Milo Yiannopoulos, has to say about the Muslim terrorist massacre in Florida. Gays were targeted for death by the Muslim terrorist and Milo (himself a gay man) has some serious words for us all.

America has to make a choice. Does it want gay rights, women’s emancipation, and tolerance for people of all nonviolent faiths — or does it want Islam?

…So, most Muslims think I’m unacceptable. Fine. I also think their religion is unacceptable. And not just “radicals” and “extremists” — their entire, barbaric, backwards ideology. 100 million people live in Muslim countries where homosexuality is punishable by death.

We can’t go on like this. We can’t live in an America where gays fear going to night clubs, where satirists fear execution for their speech, where cartoonists consider whether their next drawing might get them killed.

Today’s killings prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that we need to give particular scrutiny to certain faiths. Gays, apostates, and women are tired of being abused, harassed, and murdered by followers of the “religion of peace.”

And politicians have to stop lying about the link between Islam and these horrific acts.

…The gay Establishment, run by far-left wackos, is of course part of the problem too. It constantly makes excuses for Islam instead of sticking up for the people it’s supposed to protect.

Wake up, faggots. The political Left is part of the problem.



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  • Cadwallader

    Here we have it: Unbridled tolerance of sexual mores hits smack-bang into unbridled tolerance of religious preferences. This is indeed a watershed moment for the West.

    It has irked me for years that many homosexuals flaunt their sexual preferences almost like a badge of honour in much the same way Islamos flaunt their stone-age faith. If both factions chose to limit their self-advertising along with the propensity to invade the spaces and thoughts of the rest of us then some good may come from these confrontations.

    While the world is infected by Islam then the rest of us (all of us) need to adopt a position of self-preservation. This means the maintenance of law and order through gun ownership if necessary. If any of the occupants of the night club had had a gun on him the shooter may possibly have been taken out well before his 50th death shot. This would’ve been a success for self-defence. Where is the self-defence and dignity in the cringeworthy iighting of the Sky Tower purple? This meekness is nothing short of embarrassing.

    The West needs leaders who’ll take the war to these Islamos rather than hiding behind a watery shield of high-minded liberalism.

    • jaundiced

      And if women would only stop openly flaunting their sexuality, they might stop getting themselves raped.
      If cartoonistbs would stop openly trying to provoke is…
      You’re getting very close to blaming the victims.

      • Cadwallader

        I disagree. Women and cartoonists do not routinely prance down main thoroughfares pronouncing their sexuality etc… as occurs in Gay Pride Parades. The message behind these extravaganzas is that being a homosexual is fun if not preferable to being heterosexual.

        • jaundiced

          And if that’s what they want to do, then so be it. You have the right to disagree or to be offended. The difference between Gay Pride Parades ‘flaunting’ their sexuality, and women wearing skimpy dresses is only a matter of degree. Neither should be accused of bringing attacks upon themselves.

          • Cadwallader

            It is not a “question of degree.” It is a question of imposing one’s own mores on the rest of us without our expressed wish. I am certainly not blaming victims but rather questioning the message behind deliberate flaunting of certain lifestyles. The Gay Parades are little more than exhibitionism, which by its nature, has nothing to do with victim-hood but rather it is about attention seeking. What irritates me is that Gay Parades have been elevated to fun times heedless of their message.

          • Mick Ie

            As a 50yr old, right wing, heterosexual married female, I also view Gay-Parades as ‘fun times’.
            I think it is wonderful that people of all ages and differences can come together to party and celebrate the fact we can live our lives being who we truely are without fear of arrest, inprisonment or death. Isn’t that what the West represents? Freedom and democracy?
            It is heartbreaking that the very same people who fought so valiantly for members of society which were viewed as ‘different’ are now supporting a religious culture which is so extreme, it demands the removal of everything that they used to protest and march for.

          • Cadwallader

            But is this a case of “people of all ages and differences” coming together? (The last two words are perhaps unfortunate?) Are exhibitionist gays celebrating anything at all? Are they instead promoting a lifestyle which is not that chosen by the majority of us? I agree that on the surface Gay Parades may be fun spectacles, but what is their true message?

          • Mark

            I agree that the message is promotional,and that there is an agenda,I support them being self funding.
            I attend them even when they are not because I value the freedom to “celebrate” even promos & homos I may not agree with,ok & Body Painted Lesbian Boobies are still Boobies,I’m a simple man…

          • Chinaman


            George Orwell had a great quote for your ”highly educated friend”..

            ”Some ideas are so wrong that only the highly intelligent can believe them”

          • Graham Pilgrim

            Being gay is not a lifestyle, any more than being ginger or tall. Being a vegetarian, or a Christian is a lifestyle, because they are choices people make. Gays do not choose to be gay. I know because I am.

          • Cadwallader

            Maybe; but the lifestyle as depicted in the Gay Parades is entirely a matter of choice.

          • Graham Pilgrim

            No maybe about it. But Gay Parades are harmless festivals, celebrations, just like the Lantern Festival, or Art Deco weekend.

        • spanishbride

          They can prance all they like. They have freedom of speech to say whatever they like. They fought for their rights just like women fought for their rights. I don’t like everything other women do but that does not make their rape or slaughter any less wrong than mine. Do you really think the Muslim terrorist decided on who to shoot based on how they were dressed and whether or not they pranced or not?

          • Cadwallader

            When did gays “fight for their rights?” In NZ there was a campaign to ensure homosexuality was decriminalised but is the holding of a Gay Parade truly a dividend of that campaign? I doubt that; the gays I know find the Parades tawdry and in questionable taste. What do you understand the point of a Gay Parade to be, other than distributing a message that being gay is a fun thing to be? If this is the case it gives the lie to any element of “struggle.” I have undoubtedly moved away form the original topic.

          • spanishbride

            The only reason they have the freedom to even hold these parades (that both you and I do not understand the purpose of ) is because they fought for equal rights. They only have the right to stay firmly locked inside the closet inside Muslim countries.

          • Cadwallader

            In both the Muslim world and in the West it is not the general public’s business whether you are gay or not. The fact is there’s a perverse message being promulgated by gays when they exhibit themselves in the “Disney” manner which Gay Parades provide. Is it to suggest that gay is the “new normal” or that it is a sunny life uninterrupted by the weights of heterosexuality? None of these tenets justify the mass-murder of gays but equally gays oughtn’t claim a particular level of victim hood while being demonstrably exhibitionist. The actions of the nut-job in Florida were crimes against humanity not simply crimes against gays despite the shooter targetting a known place where gays congregate. If all gays were exterminated would the war between Islam and the West stop? Hell no!

        • KatB

          It’s always confused me the struggle gay people have had to convince people they’re not all weirdos and sexual deviants, then they go and have these gay pride parades and dress in ways that give people who are sceptical about the gay lifestyle, a reason to doubt them all over again. I think I get where you’re coming from about shouting it from the rooftop.
          Edit. I don’t think anybody has the right to abuse anybody else though no matter how they act, dress etc.

          • spanishbride

            I don’t understand it either but it has nothing to do with why Islamic countries have the death penalty or terrible punishments for being gay does it? No gay pride parades in Muslim countries.

          • KatB

            Oh that’s completely true. Islam appears to need no reason at all to commit atrocities and they appear to make the rules as it suits them and it wouldn’t matter how visible or invisible the gay community was, or what people draw or don’t draw, or what you wear or don’t wear, if you’re not Muslim, it’ll never be right in their eyes.

  • shykiwibloke

    A breath of fresh air and agree with the statement. going to be an interesting couple of weeks as Barry Obama downplays it, the media try to bury it and a well organised angry segment of the population awake from their liberal dream and find they have to fight for their rights all over again – just like the rest of us.

    • Uncle Bully

      yeah, except this time round waving placards and banners at gay pride marches isn’t going to cut it. Maybe D&G will start putting cute little side pockets on their handbags to house the spare mags for the AR15s.

  • Woody

    I can’t help wondering if any of those now parading under rainbow flags decrying this latest atrocity are the same people who previously were telling us that cartoonists being killed was there own fault for drawing cartoons. The politics of many of them seem to fit even though Milo seems to be a stand out exception to the rule.

  • Miss McGerkinshaw

    Whilst I always admire people who are prepared to stand up for what they believe in this case I am so fearful that this brave young lad will not see old age. Which I suppose is what they want – control us with fear.

    • spanishbride

      Yes and exactly the point of my 9.30 post today. Sadly my face of the day has already been attacked on another blog and my real name published to encourage attacks on me personally I presume. The person considers that by republishing Milo’s statements about self defence after gay men have been slaughtered by a Islamic terrorist I am promoting violence.

      I have a few words for the nasty blogger who by publishing my real name is trying to make me fear retribution ( because there could be no other reason for him including it ) I do not promote violence I promote self defence and if you or any of your ilk threaten my safety I will defend myself to the best of my ability.

      I guess the young woman who escaped rape in Denmark by using illegal pepper spray is promoting violence too? She should have done the politically correct thing and laid down, spread her legs and apologised for being a white woman and an infidel.

      • spanishbride

        Just in case the blogger tries to change his post to make me look like a liar here are the screenshots.

        • JustanObserver

          Don’t ever apologise for being right SB, stay the ‘good-fight’.

        • JEL51

          Oh dear, so posting a photo of a really nice guy wearing his favourite pashima while holding his Gucci bag as well as a firearm is seen as intolerance?

          • spanishbride

            EXTREME Violence AND intolerance apparently but at least he is being fabulous while defending himself.

          • JEL51

            SB you always manage to bring out the tears in me, either in laughter or grief. I think today it is both.

      • Bombastic

        Where on earth is the “extreme violence” is Milo’s message? All he says is that gays better be prepared to defend themselves because politicians and the media have abandoned them in favour of the Islamists.

        But there should be no surprise because we always knew that to our leftist elite Islam trumps gays. And women. And infidels.

  • Monty’smate

    Read Louisa Wall’s article in today’s Herald- like all the progressive lefties she’s too scared to state the truth- the killer was a Muslim, Louisa. Write the word, say the word. He wasn’t a Hindu or Christian: he was a Muslim.

  • Rebecca

    In fairness, a nightclub for “faggots” as he labels them, are targeted by a shooter and he’s up in arms that media and politicians aren’t protecting gays. Sorry but Western society has turned a blind eye to the plight of Yazidi (Christian) women and children for years as they are raped, tortured, sold as sex slaves and murdered systematically by ISIS and other terrorist groups. Yazidi men have it easier: they just get slaughtered rather than raped and sold. Meanwhile Western society prefers to fill quotas with Muslim refugees rather than these Yazidi unfortunates while young Muslim men jump the queue pouring across borders proclaiming themselves as refugees. And now western Media and Politicians are expected to drop its “I’m OK, Jack” attitude because it’s gays in Florida this time? Come on Milo, show that it’s not just about you. Use your impressive persuasion skills on behalf of defenseless Yazidi women and children while there are still some left to save. Drawing attention to their plight draws attention to your own plight as well.

    • JEL51

      It seems to me that Milo’s main aim with his ‘Faggot Tour’ is to first open the eyes of those whose ‘Teachers’ narrow Left-wing perspective, are dumbing them down. Beneath that ‘Gay’ exterior there is a really decent guy who knows he could not even enter the regions where Yazidi are being brutalized with out being killed himself. He is trying to get through to people that if we do not make changes we will be the next Yazidi.
      Take time to hear more of what he is saying, he is well worth it.

    • Annoyed

      While I agree wholeheartedly that those people need saving, people are selfish. Pointing to actual risks to individuals is far more successful than pointing to people on the other side of the world. Getting the Gay Establishment on board would be a huge step forward in making the left pay attention to what’s actually happening around the world. This would help the Yazidis if everyone joined a united front and the Left stopped undermining everything..

      • spanishbride

        I agree that the left is more dangerous than Islamic terrorism because it prevents us defending ourselves and from naming the real threat. It sacrifices women and children and gays and Jews because as Milo says they have put Islam at the very top of the Liberal victim pyramid.

        Everyone, not just our Muslim citizens deserve respect and protection. It is way past time the Left treated us all equally and joined the conversation on how best to protect NZ from the very real threat of Islamic terrorism. I know that the lovely people at the mosque I visited are as terrified of terrorism as I am. They are well aware that some sects are a physical danger to their safety as well as ours.

      • Rebecca

        At the risk of being accused of Godwin’s Law, this was attributed to Niemöller:

        When they came for the communists,
        I remained silent;
        I was not a communist.

        When they came for the social democrats,
        I remained silent;
        I was not a social democrat.

        When they came for the trade unionists,
        I did not speak out;
        I was not a trade unionist.

        When they came for the Jews,
        I remained silent;
        I wasn’t a Jew.

        When they came for me,
        there was no one left to speak out.

        To paraphrase: they came for the Yazidis, they’ve come for Swedes and East Londoners in their own streets, more recently they came for women in the town squares of German cities, now they’ve come for some gay folk minding their own business in their own premises. Lets not make it a gay issue: it’s time for moderate Muslims and all other decent Kiwis to speak out.

    • Mighty1

      I think he agrees with yo here though, his message is “get serious about protecting yourselves.”

    • Ruahine

      Yes. Let us all spare a thought for those kidnapped Yazidi teenage girls and the Nigerian girls. All for the fun and joy of the Religion of Peace.

      • Gaynor

        Oh goodness me , won’t a fancy hashtag and some buildings flashing fancy colours fix it all up…. ?

    • AF

      Let me fix this for you : “Yazidi men have it just as hard if not harder: they get slaughtered”.

      • Doug

        Raped every day by multiple people, or a bullet? Give me that bullet anytime thank you very much.

      • Rebecca

        I was being sardonic. I’d be more than happy to see Yazidi fathers and brothers accompanying their families as refugees- assuming you can find any male Yazidi still alive.

        This isn’t the first time the West turned a blind eye to Christian genocide: check out what happened to the Armenians during and after WWI. The word “genocide” was coined in 1943 to describe that episode. Perhaps future historians can invent another word to describe what the West again tries to ignore.

  • JC

    I’m strongly pro gun but still I’m glad we don’t have America’s gun laws here.

    But if I lived in the States I’d see it as my responsibility to adapt to the (different) culture and circumstances and carry. I also wouldn’t want to live and work in a “gun free” environment.. thats just asking for trouble.


    • Mighty1

      You can’t blame the Gun Laws there for this one, the guy was a trained security guard and licensed gun expert. Not just some wannabe Jihadist.

      • JC

        My point has nothing to do with gun laws or the rights and wrongs of guns or my own opinions.. its everything to do with the culture and circumstances in the States.
        Its up to me to keep myself and family safe and that means I have to adapt to the environment. If that means I need to carry a gun then so be it. If it means I need to avoid gun free areas then yes thats what I’ll do.


        • Mighty1

          I lived and worked in the states for a year, never saw a gun the whole time I was there, never felt the need to have one either. It seems people here think that the yanks all run around with their guns pointing and shooting in the air all the time. This is fiction. I think the average person would be as likely to be shot in NZ as over there. Edit added last sentence.

          • Mark

            It is a tool,one of many you may choose to have to keep yourself safe,like learning to swim,or wearing a seatbelt,or having smoke alarms & fire extinguishers.
            Owning guns is about the tool,Gun Control is about the Control.

          • karbonpete

            I visited a colleague in Virginia a few years ago. During diner at his home, he proudly bought out his highly polished 44 Magnum.
            He said he was really looking forward to having a burglar. He’d shoot him in the head, then fire a warning shot into the ceiling!

          • JC

            Fair enough but I’ve lived all my life around people with guns and horses, on farms and forests and big country and uncurried towns and villages.. right or wrong thats where I feel comfortable. Where I feel uncomfortable is in city centers and in crowds, probably because I have less knowledge and control of the environment.


  • JohnO

    Islam has been at war with the rest of the world for 1400 years.
    We need to hear what they are saying and take them seriously.
    The first and most necessary thing we need to do is declare war on Islam.
    The USA should declare war on Islam. Russia should declare war on Islam. China should declare war on Islam. India should declare war on Islam. New Zealand should declare war on Islam.
    Following the declaration of war we should do the obvious things. close down all the mosques, expel all non citizen Islamists , warn remaining islamists they need to renounce Islam within 6 months or spend a lifetime in prison in a cold place.

  • Misfit

    Milo will eat the left, things are changing big time.

    • Gaynor

      There are some great debates and discussions on his facebook page..I have been distracted from work for ages now.https://www.facebook.com/myiannopoulos/

      • Misfit

        ive been following him for a few months now, have seen everything on youtube etc, hes speaking tonight at a local University in Orlando on Islam and gays, his speaking tour had finished but they are doing one more talk due to the shooting in Orlando, be worth a watch

  • Brian Dingwall

    I see the media/pollies are trying to decide if Orlando is a “hate crime” or “terrorism”. I say haters terrorise, terrorists hate. This is a false dichotomy, and represents evasion of need to report real cause.

  • spanishbride

    I love Milo so much. This guy uses humour to make serious points brilliantly.

  • Eiselmann

    Been having a running facebook discussion with an academic liberal elite (he’s the husband of a real life friend) he’s been talking in circles blaming everyone from gun laws to right wing activists from Europe. He just can’t admit there’s any connection to Islam.

    So he was in a bit of shock when a couple of my lefty (but hard working ) mates piled into the discussion and backed me up. It might be a small sample but it seems even the lefties who are grounded in reality can see the connection between Islam and these attacks on the west. The only one who can’t is the self proclaimed ‘highly educated thinker’.