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A book on free speech written by the Breitbart columnist and blogger Milo Yiannopoulos.
"'I'm MILO, the most fabulous supervillain on the internet and the most effective counter-culture warrior since Andrew Breitbart--maybe ever!--and this book tells you how to fight back against campus commies, their enabling professors, the mainstream media, and establishment Republican bores ... and win. People lie and lie and lie about me all day and I can't even fight them fairly on social media thanks to rules not created by God or the government, but by corrupt Leftist media outlets and big business. Read the book the globalists and the corporations are desperate for you not to read, and hear the truth about me and the social justice warriors of the Left.' MILO has become the most dangerous man in America by voicing truths too politically incorrect for the establishment and defending those whose free speech has been trampled not only across the country, but also around the world. Like his heroes Skeletor, Darth Vader, and Joan Rivers, MILO will say anything about anyone, and he doesn't care who gets triggered by the truth. MILO is an award-winning journalist, the hottest ticket in any town his tour stops in, and the ultimate voice for people of all ages that are proud to be part of our glorious western civilization."--Jacket.
Publisher: [Miami, Florida] : Dangerous Books, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780692893449
Branch Call Number: 323.443 Yia
Characteristics: 285 pages ; 24 cm


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Apr 08, 2018

Entertaining and provocative, a look into the mind of an internet troll.

Feb 17, 2018

Dangerous is in the opposite corner to Fight Like a Girl. Milo won kudos from me by saying he sticks up for men. Not many people are sticking up for men these days and anyone on the receiving end of the Duluth Model will know what I mean. Its ironic that he is calling for the right to free speech in a campy, fun, sometimes outrageous way and his haters - anti hate activists dressed like stormtroopers - are aggressively trying to shut him down.

Nov 18, 2017

referring to the author:
from RationalWiki: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Milo_Yiannopoulos
“Milo Yiannopoulos is trying to convince colleges that hate speech is cool”
by Dan Lieberman, posted February 2, 2017, at CNN
“Milo Yiannopoulos’s self-published book is all about how mean everyone is to him”
by Thu-Huong Ha, posted June 27, 2017, at QUARTZ

Cynthia_N Sep 20, 2017

Milo is offensive, no doubt about it. He believes in saying pretty much whatever thought crosses his mind. He does explain his opinions well and he did make me examine some of what I believe and why (politically). I think that's a good thing. His nickname for President Trump is Daddy.

Sep 16, 2017

I tried to read the whole book but after just a few pages I realized it was not worth my time. But if you do want to read it expect lots of talk about "fake news" and calls to be as nasty as you want to be. Ugh, no thanks.

Aug 27, 2017

Fantastic book. Milo is a truth sayer that takes on the identity politics of the Left in a witty, sarcastic, but intelligent manner. It's well written and extremely funny. I read this book in one day, because I couldn't put it down. I love that Milo is a fighter. The more they try to censor him and smear him, the more popular he becomes. This book had to be self published because Simon & Schuster pulled out of the book deal. Well S&S a stupid move on your part, this book is selling like hotcakes and deservedly so.


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Sep 23, 2017

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