Apparently Milo is going to save Australia.

I’ve returned from a week away from home to the news that apparently Milo is going to save Australia. Seriously.

Apparently Milo has joined forces with the perennially single Ann Coulter for a whirlwind tour to tell us all how to save Australia. Sorry, teach us all. They’re going to learn us.

Ann and Milo will teach you how to save Australia.

For some reason these two are under the impression that Australia is the last remaining bastion for free speech or something. I shit you not:

Australians thought they were safe from the bonkers feminists of the American culture wars and the wacky social justice warriors who want to hand Western civilization over to Muslims and race-baiters. They were just saving you for last!

Someone needs to take them on a tour of Cabramatta and see the glorious inner-Sydney Muslim sights. That’s as long as the police allow them to walk down the street, seeing it being Muslim territory and all.

Where exactly does Milo think Australia is in terms of susceptibility to prog-left lunacy?

Australians have proven themselves remarkably resilient to political correctness, safe spaces, left-wing theatrics, feminist temper tantrums and the various forms of bad behavior associated with the vandals and idiots of the Left. At least… until now. It’s 2018, and without you even noticing, the cultural Left has started to take over your schools, your TV stations and your politics.

If this is his attitude then I can only predict that an evening spent listening to him will offer more information regarding his collection of shoes and hair-care products than anything remotely accurate as regards to the dominance of the far left in Australia’s culture.

Australia and Australians have not proven themselves remarkably resilient at all. The left’s takeover of our culture began over 60 years ago, and in the last 20 years it has accelerated far beyond the mass immigration that has plagued us at the same time. Many of us have indeed noticed, in fact we have spent years noticing, and warning.

Australia is not only in thrall to the prog-left, in some respects it leads the world in succumbing to the madness. Consider the fact that Australian universities are at the forefront of aggressively rejecting the very idea of promoting Western Civilization as a point of study and celebration. No other universities in the world have so comprehensively rejected so much money for such a mundane bequest.

Australia is not only at the tippie-toe forefront of the prog-left takeover, we don’t even enjoy the benefits of a Donald Trump, or Viktor Orban, or Matteo Salvini to at least give some hope of partially leading us out of the Socialist-Marxist wilderness to where we are headed.

Instead we get “America’s leading conservative icons”, which is a bit rich considering that Milo is British. It’s also a bit rich when you read Milo’s self-promotion fluff. How can a flamboyantly gay man who married a black man in a travesty and mockery of the holy sanctimony of marriage and who leads a life of sodomy be a conservative icon?

Well, the answer is that he can’t. By your deeds alone, not your words. Show me your actions, brother, and then I’ll decide how seriously to take you. If Milo is as he claims to be a conservative icon then it only goes to show how utterly meaningless the term has become and how low it has sunk. That supposed conservatives will come in droves to hear him patter on about his own fabulousness, convinced that they are hearing words of wisdom on how to save their country, makes it only all the more pathetic.

It turns out that they are offering VIP experiences as well. Is it just me or does this whole thing scream just about the money? It’s pretty low to set yourselves up as saviors and know-it-alls about a country of which you have no demonstrable clue at all and then to then charge pots of money for the experience. Snake-oil doesn’t get much snakier than this.

But wait, there’s more. Milo is writing a book about Australia titled, Australia, you’re my only hope. There is no link to this planned book, but how wonderfully convenient for his tour and how wonderfully comforting for us lowly Australians that the great gay conservative icon himself is bothering to pen a tome that will inform us all of how we can save our country from the 60 year leftist infestation and their coordinated mass immigration that is on its way to fracture Australia into future warring factions.

I’m sure that it will be just fabulous.

11 thoughts on “Apparently Milo is going to save Australia.

  1. purge187

    “How can a flamboyantly gay man who married a black man in a travesty and mockery of the holy sanctimony of marriage and who leads a life of sodomy be a conservative icon?”

    He may not be a CHRISTIAN Conservative like you and me, but his boldness, intelligence and natural sense of humor make him beneficial.

    Coulter, on the other hand, has always been a shrewish bomb-thrower.

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    1. I am not a conservative. I am a right nationalist. Conservatives will take in anyone and openly celebrate them as long as they mouth the right platitudes, and even more so if they should demonstratively be on the other side due to their identity, this being identity politics and all. Milo being a classic case in point.

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  2. PB

    America has always been the primary target of the Nation wreckers because they have always wanted to hijack for their own use America’s power of military projection. To do this they have subverted all America’s central Institutions (Government, Judiciary, Media etc) and they are currently working on reconstructing the minds of the people hence, one reason (as an example) the US appears to have Holohoax museums in every town while we don’t. They don’t need us so badly so they don’t focus so much on us. They want the world though when it all boils down so they’ll come for us eventually. We just aren’t a big priority yet.

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  3. Does Milo claim to be a “conservative” or does he just espouse mostly conservative ideas and let people draw their own conclusions? I don’t care about him one way or the other (although he is good at communicating ideas when I have heard him being interviewed) but I’ll say again, perhaps we should accept conservative views when we find them and reject progressive views where we find them, rather than rejecting everyone who doesn’t meet our ideological purity test. I welcome Milo when he has legitimate arguments for conservative/libertarian principles and reject him when he doesn’t. That is why we debate ideas, not personalities. I throw JP into the same mix in spite of your hatred for him. He has some good ideas and expresses them well. Accept them, agree with him on those, and argue against him when he pushes forward tripe like “Kavanaugh’s resignation would promote healing”. It is the cult of personality that is destroying Western civilization and tearing apart any sort of conservative coalition that could be pushing forward to save it. A strong coalition doesn’t have to agree on everything, just enough to move in the right direction.

    As far as the “American conservative”, that is amusing. Is that from him or the Australian press? This is the kind of statement that used to (and probably still does) get Americans mocked as provincial idiots who don’t know anything by arrogant sneering Europeans.

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  4. “It’s pretty low to set yourselves up as saviors and know-it-alls about a country of which you have no demonstrable clue at all and then to then charge pots of money for the experience.”

    If it’s any comfort, their attitude towards California is to sacrifice us to the Progs if we don’t move out because they’re weary of Californians moving out. At least they pretend optimism for you.

    @Heresolong,
    “I’ll say again, perhaps we should accept conservative views when we find them and reject progressive views where we find them, rather than rejecting everyone who doesn’t meet our ideological purity test.”

    Do you seriously expect a flaming homosexual to promote traditional marriage?

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  5. “Do you seriously expect a flaming homosexual to promote traditional marriage?”

    No. I don’t. Which was the whole point of my post. Why can’t we disagree with him on marriage but agree with him on other issues? Then, when he espouses marriage views we can say “I disagree and here’s why”, while when he espouses views on other conservative issues we can say “I agree with him and here’s why”. If we attack anyone who disagrees with us on one issue as insufficiently ideologically pure then each of us will, in the end, be a strong coalition of one. I say find common ground where we can, part ways where we can’t. Then at least we can advance in the areas of common ground.

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  7. Paul Rain

    Honestly, I’d be tempted to go to see Coulter in action. She is a bit of a fag-enabler and is a coal/curry-burner, but is better than any other American conservative commentator. She actually calls out Trump for not having done the main thing any Trump supporter cares about- building the wall.

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