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Milo Yiannopoulos is a joke!

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Hi Toni,

In the land of the fair go, maybe half of those costs could be billed to the Antifas ? Do they have a headquarters to send the bill to ? Maybe every time they disrupt some event or other ? Fair's fair, after all.

Cheers,

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Thursday, 7 December 2017 2:25:20 PM
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Hey Toni and ttbn,

I wouldn't necesarily be opposed to Milo paying for security at his venues, if all things were equal, but they aren't.
I think that particular argument is more complicated than what first meets the eye, and if you look deeper into it then it really starts to look like an outright attack on consevatives by the left.

Here's why I think that.

First and foremost, is the issue that these protesters and the groups they're aligned with are in many cases funded by Soros.

So lets look at how things filter down:

Soros funds activists such as ANTIFA, etc.
ANTIFA activists attack conservatives like Milo
Conservatives like Milo pay cost of ANTIFA activists

So Soros PAID to reduce Milo's income REVENUE.
It's clearly an attack by rich elites against conservatives.

Now, if Milo was Australian, should he still have had to pay the cost of Police?
I think if Australians want the right to speak freely, they shouldn't have to pay for police to do so.
But if foreigners come here and require taxpayer funded security, there is a case for them to cover their costs.
The problem in all fairness, is that conservatives don't have a hugely funded base with which to organise the type of income-damaging activities as the left does against them.

I think Soros should be held just as responsible for the costs of police.
Posted by Armchair Critic, Thursday, 7 December 2017 2:28:56 PM
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Dear Joe (Loudmouth),

Totally agree with you.
All the trouble-makers should share the costs involved,
which means also sending bills to - Reclaim Australia and the
True Blue Crew. People who
take part in violent protests should be held to account.
It is as you so rightly pointed out - the land of the "fair-go".
Posted by Foxy, Thursday, 7 December 2017 2:54:28 PM
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Dearest Foxy,

Yes, indeed: all those who commit or threaten violence and/or total disruption "in company", should have their 'company' billed, fascist and anti-fascist alike, IF they use or threaten violence, AND including trying to shout someone down. Too many times, and their organisation should be labelled something like a 'disorderly organisation' and banned, and associating with such a banned organisation should be an offence, like with bikies.

Love always,

Joe
Posted by Loudmouth, Thursday, 7 December 2017 3:31:54 PM
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Dear Joe (Loudmouth),

We don't want to turn into a divisive US style society
by allowing violent protesters to hijack our streets.
Posted by Foxy, Thursday, 7 December 2017 3:53:07 PM
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' In the land of the fair go, maybe half of those costs could be billed to the Antifas ? Do they have a headquarters to send the bill to ? '

yeah I suspect Centrelink.
Posted by runner, Thursday, 7 December 2017 4:10:23 PM
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