Book review of the day: Dangerous 

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Todays review came from Julian


Dangerous

By Milo Yiannopolous

Julian said: “Milo is well known for being controversial and a provocateur. I understand he had some trouble getting this book published. Im pleased he did as what he says makes a lot of sense and his style of delivery makes it fun to read. He is certainly politically incorrect but this allows him to display the facts without emotion. I’m sad I missed a chance to see him on his recent Australian tour. I’d recommend this book to those who lean right. Those who lean left wont have the sense of humour to enjoy it or the ability to put the facts before there emotions. This should serve as a trigger warning so these people can search a safe space out.”

Amazon said: “The liberal media machine did everything they could to keep this book out of your hands. Now, finally, DANGEROUS, the most controversial book of the decade, is tearing down safe spaces everywhere.”

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