According to Daily Star, Angela Merkel wants more refugees and claimed that Islam isn’t a source of terrorism…

The embattled leader says Europe has an obligation to take displaced people from Syria and Iraq.

She also said Islam “is not the cause of terrorism” and that combatting extremism needs the cooperation of Muslim countries.

Angela Merkel, who has been criticized after an Afghan migrant confessed to raping and killing an E.U. official’s daughter, has been criticizing Trump’s travel ban herself. However, Obama banned refugees from Iraq in 2011 and nobody really said a word.

Germany has been plagued with problems from Muslim refugees, like one Afghan migrant who was caught masturbating in front of an underage girl at a public pool. Germany was also home to two Islamic teenagers with connection to ISIS who planned to murder children with poisoned ice cream and the same place that Syrian refugees went on a mass-stabbing.

People on Twitter find it remarkable the leader of Germany would want more refugees…

Listen to what MILO has to say about refugees and the E.U.

 

Sources:
Daily Star

  • Tyler

    Jesus Fucking Christ. why can’t Germany see it’s own problem and help it’s citizens and it’s country. I mean I get that refugees need help, but not at the expense of your own country,citizens, and potentially your culture .. WAKE THE FUCK UP GERMANY WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU…. STOP FEELING HITLER GUILT AND STAND UP FOR YOURSELF YOU BETA FUCKS!

    • Aaron Aarons

      Generally, helping people in trouble does involve some cost or risk to the individual or group providing that help. Being a lifeguard or a hospital worker, for example, is not without risk. Refusing to help when it costs you something to do so is hardly admirable.

      • Atomsk

        I’m pretty sure that Germany – definitely German capital but also middle classes – actually benefits from all the wars that create refugees, considering that it’s the third largest weapons manufacturer in the world. And that’s just the industry that benefits most directly. So there’s really no “helping” involved there.

        Once again. Germany is the 3rd largest. Switzerland is 13th. Sweden is 12th. Canada is 14th. France, UK, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, all in the top 10.

        No, seriously, fck all these “nice” Western countries. They are just leeches. They make money on murder and them beat their chest about “helping” a small percentage of their victims. They also love to hide behind the openly imperialist USA and pretend they’re better.

        • David Calvani

          Your comment here is a glaring non sequitur.

          Just knowing where a country ranks as a manufacturer or exporter of arms tells us nothing about how it benefits from wars — or even if it benefits at all. Such statistics — assuming they are true — don’t tell us who is buying the weapons.

          Furthermore, the manufacture of weaponry isn’t causing these wars. If no weapons were available but stone knives and spears the warfare would still occur.

          • Atomsk

            Pathetic. Absolutely pathetic.

          • Atomsk

            Uhh, the original went into pending, I edited too much, so here’s a censored version.

            Pathetic. Absolutely pathetic.

            This overabstracting, idealist, relativist approach is absolutely unbelievable and extremely reprehensible. Being the third largest weapons exporter doesn’t mean they benefit from wars? Even though Germany has not been in danger from other countries for a very, very long time? What exactly do you think the weapons industry is? What do you think weapons are used for?

            Just knowing where a country ranks as a manufacturer or exporter of arms tells us nothing about how it benefits from wars — or even if it benefits at all. Such statistics — assuming they are true — don’t tell us who is buying the weapons.

            No. I think knowing that a country is the third biggest weapons manufacturer in the world tells a lot. What’s behind your rationalisation, that we don’t know how weapon manufacturing benefits a country, is simply the *wish* NOT TO KNOW, because knowing for sure would imply responsibility and maybe even make you feel a bit worse about yourself.

            And btw, when you have so much power, you have a *responsibility* to know. If you renounce that, you’re a psychopath. Of course this is the preferred way of thinking for centres of power and their controller class lackeys. Basically: “How should I have known that this machine gun that shoots a million bullets per second or this tank or this cluster bomb or napalm would be used? I was told it would only be used for good!” (Apply the same for spying or data mining software, most high tech research, much of psychology etc.) Really? I know that this is the way you are supposed to think, but isn’t this degrading? This is not even moral relativism. It’s clear self-deception that is only possible if you lack any degree of decency and intellectual integrity.

            Furthermore, the manufacture of weaponry isn’t causing these wars. If no weapons were available but stone knives and spears the warfare would still occur.

            Even if the manufacture of weaponry isn’t “causing” wars, it certainly makes them a lot worse than stone knives and spears. Modern weapons make war and militarism worse in every possible way. But apart from this obvious point, there are clearly interests for weapons manufacturers to at least lengthen wars, which is of course always a pressure on decisionmaking. Weapon lobbying certainly has *way* more effect than popular opinion. So I bet that if you actually studied this in detail, it would turn out, contrary to the facile and sophistic “argument” you’re trying to use, that weapons manufacturing as it exists under capitalism DOES have a huge role even in “causing” wars.

            This disgusting rationalisation of amorality is something that really, really p1sses me off. As if you didn’t know what weapons were for. As if they had alternative uses than killing people in masses. Despicable. The complete renouncement of any sort of responsibility for one’s actions.

          • David Calvani

            Good God, Atomsk, don’t blow a gasket! Your extreme emotionalism is what prompted my response in the first place!

            It should have been apparent from my comment that I simply don’t accept your stated statistics as fact. Left-wingers are constantly complaining about what a huge proportion of exports from countries in the West (like the US) comes from weapons — without citing any hard data. You cited no hard data. You just listed a lot of numbers without justification. No justification, no belief on my part.

            “I think knowing that a country is the third biggest weapons manufacturer in the world tells a lot”

            But I don’t. Assuming for argument we know country X is the 3rd largest manufacturer of weapons in itself doesn’t tell us what sort of weapons are being manufactured. Pistols, hunting rifles, tanks, anti-aircraft missiles? One simple statistic doesn’t tell us. And even knowing all of that doesn’t tell us to what other countries, if any, these weapons are being sold. Germany selling weapons to Japan, for instance, will not help you make your case that everyday Germans benefit from today’s refugee-causing wars. THIS ISN’T ANY SORT OF RATIONALIZATION, it is simply the truth — which I offered in response to your hyper-emotional comment.

            I know you didn’t explicitly state that weapons cause wars, but your entire comment implied that weapons manufactures were morally responsible for warfare in which their weapons are used. And you proved I read you correctly with your response: “there are clearly interests for weapons manufacturers to at least lengthen wars.” I won’t argue against that point; businessmen will often put their wallets above moral considerations, and politicians will often put the interests of friendly businessmen even before common sense. However, it strikes me as paranoid to think that national governments allow the sale of military hardware to foreign nations simply primarily due to pressure from manufacturers.

            I am not here arguing that the suppliers of weapons can have no moral culpability when said weapons are immorally used. I am arguing that the making and selling of weapons is a complex matter:

            “This disgusting rationalisation of amorality is something that really, really p1sses me off. As if you didn’t know what weapons were for. As if they had alternative uses than killing people in masses”

            Now here you really piss me off. Weapons are instruments of violence, it is true. But that doesn’t mean an individual or a nation maintains a supply of them because it’s intent on violence. People can have weapons simply to use in case they are attacked; they can hope their weaponry acts to deter would-be attackers. In deciding whether or not to allow a sale of military weapons to a foreign power, a government has to weigh possibilities of good use versus those of bad use; the consequences of allowing the sale versus that of not allowing it.

            I began by noting I don’t assume you have your figures correct. Let me end by giving my disagreement with some other of your assumptions:

            1) Germany is safe precisely because she and her allies maintain weapons

            2) “German capital” would be about the entire adult population of Germany. Anyone who invests — even in a savings account — is part of that group.

            3) I don’t buy into the Marxist view inherent in your statement. “weapons manufacturing as it exists under capitalism” did not cause communist aggression in Korea and Vietnam; it isn’t causing the aggression of Al Qaeda and ISIL.

          • Atomsk

            This site has censored two versions of my response (gotta love that first amendment, no hypocrisy here *at all*), so maybe we could continue this somewhere else?

          • Atomsk

            BTW, even though Disqus says my posts are “pending”, this is pretty obviously just censorship. Delaying responses by at least a day pretty much stops discussion. There are other sites that do actual moderation, where all your posts go into pending but appear after a few minutes (an hour at most). That’s moderation. This really isn’t.

          • David Calvani

            I have run into similar problems on other sites. It may depend on the usage of certain words or phrases. Problem is you have no way of knowing just what is going to set the system off until you do so, and even then may not know just what caused the problem.

          • Atomsk

            Yes, sometimes it’s phrases and words, but sometimes it’s links. I had sipri dot org for example. Check the “Databases” menu.

          • dreamjoehill

            ” However, it strikes me as paranoid to think that national governments allow the sale of military hardware to foreign nations simply primarily due to pressure from manufacturers.”

            Not paranoid at all. Just business as usual.

            “German capital” would be about the entire adult population of Germany. Anyone who invests — even in a savings account — is part of that group.”
            Nonsense, as in other advanced capitalist economies, capital is concentrated in relatively few hands. Concentrated capital yields political power. A 1000 marks in a savings account yields none. You are hawking a libertarian fairy tale here for sure.

          • David Calvani

            I’m not hawking anything, joe. I’m simply noting that the “capital” class is everyone involved in investing. I never said everyone so involved reaps an equal reward.

            And yes, you are being paranoid. For instance, it is not pressure from weapon makers that causes the US to allow weapons sales to Israel and Saudi Arabia, but not to Iran.

          • dreamjoehill

            “the “capital” class is everyone involved in investing” I disagree with your definition of the capitalist class. It’s far to facile and glib, and sheds little light on the power dynamics of capitalism. In fact, it occludes those dynamics.
            The weapons manufacturing lobbies exert great pressure to get approval for weapons sales at home and abroad. this has been true for many decades. They are not the only factor, but they are an important one that is relentless in their lobbying.

          • David Calvani

            Capitalism is the earning and investing of residual income. You can define teh “capitalist class” as only those who primarily earn money in this way, but that doesn’t change the widespread nature of the activity.

            As for lobbying buy weapons makers — all businesses lobby for their interests. I think it foolish to believe that political leaders place consistently place the interests of a single business above their nation’s foreign policy/international interests. That does not mean that such never happens, just that it is unlikely to be a consistent basis for policy. Politicians side with business interests when those interests align with the politicians’.

          • Atomsk

            Capitalism is the earning and investing of residual income. You can define teh “capitalist class” as only those who primarily earn money in this way, but that doesn’t change the widespread nature of the activity.

            You confuse being *dependent on* capitalism with being a capitalist. This is like saying that because a prison provides food for prisoners, they’re really all prison guards themselves.

            Capitalism is not simply about “earning and investing of residual income”. Under capitalism, you can buy, sell and own *everything*, including limited natural resources, human labour and knowledge on a “market”. The vast majority of people have nothing to sell but their labour – they are called the “workers”; a very small number of people have everything else – the “capitalists”.

            I think it foolish to believe that political leaders place consistently place the interests of a single business above their nation’s foreign policy/international interests.

            Oh, “foolish to believe!” What a GREAT argument! Let’s just ignore revolving doors, pork barrels, stuff like the F-35! Because believing facts and that the system may not work as advertised is “foolish!”

          • David Calvani

            Now we can get to the nut of the difference between us. I will deal with it — albeit briefly — but then I am done with this conversation as it is getting boring.

            [1] Your assertion — “The vast majority of people have nothing to sell but their labour – they are called the ‘workers’; a very small number of people have everything else – the ‘capitalists’ ” — is a SOCIALIST one. As I am an anti-socialist I completely reject the assumptions on which it is based.

            Putting assumptions aside, the assertion is blatantly false: anyone who has saved some money has money to invest, and such people are the majority of people in modern industrialized societies — regardless of how they earned their money. Your Marxist desire to see things otherwise does not change the actual situation.

            [2] “Oh, “foolish to believe!” What a GREAT argument!”

            I am not required to make an argument to make an assertion. But I did follow that assertion with some argumentation. And you haven’t countered my point — that foreign policy is extremely unlikely to be based on the consistent deference to a businesses selfish interests — in the slightest. It is strange for you to accuse me of ignoring important points when you don’t address mine at all. (Which is why this conversation has become tedious.)

            “Let’s just ignore revolving doors, pork barrels … that the system may not work as advertised”

            I didn’t ignore any of this, nor did I assert that governments always function “as advertised.” You are raising strawmen here. (Again with creating tedium. If you can’t make an honest argument why should I bother?)

            [3] “Sorry, man, but it was the USA that was responsible for most deaths in both Korea and Vietnam. You had absolutely *no right* to be there. The aggressor was you.”

            This is the biggest BS you penned so far.

            I will not attempt to justify every action taken by the US in either conflict — no more than I would attempt to justify every action taken by the Allies in WWII. But that doesn’t change who the aggressors were. In both Korea and Vietnam the communists attacked the non-communists. The US was trying to check the communists bid to spread their evil ideology by force. So we had every right to be there. If you can’t deal with that — and it’s not surprising that you can’t as you’re an obvious Marxist yourself — then you can f#ck off.

          • dreamjoehill

            Perhaps I’ll refer to them as our uber-capitalist overlords.

            As to the arms industry influence, it is massive. Eisenhower warned about the Military Industrial Complex in his farewell address, and the situation has only gotten worse.

            You may believe that Washington operates according to some kind of lofty “national interest”, but it’s clear that the interests actually served by Washington are those of the giant corporations, among whom military contractors and arms exporters are the largest and most powerful.

          • David Calvani

            I never said that national governments acted from lofty ideals. I said it is simplistic to think that governments allow or don’t allow weapons sales based solely — or mostly — on the interests of weapon makers.

            And your assumption that military contractors are the most powerful — the most “connected” of businesses is again just that: a simplistic assumption. You assert it as fact without ANY supporting evidence.

          • dreamjoehill

            Obviously that’s my opinion. Do you deny the immense influence of the military industrial complex?

          • David Calvani

            I’m denying that you know just what the power of the military arms industry is vis-a-vis government policy.

          • dreamjoehill

            Eisenhower warned us about the MIC 60 years ago, and it has only gotten worse.

      • Nikki

        I wouldn’t be a lifeguard or hospital worker if it meant I had to get raped everyday. Get a clue. You have no understanding of what it going on over there.

        • Atomsk

          Because you do?

          • Nikki

            Yes, I do.

          • Atomsk

            *Of course* you do. You know someone in Germany and that means you do.

          • Nikki

            Awww, and you have no basis either to talk.

          • Atomsk

            I have quite a bit more than you, but apart from that, it wasn’t me who started making sh1t up. It was you who wrote this:

            I wouldn’t be a lifeguard or hospital worker if it meant I had to get raped everyday. Get a clue. You have no understanding of what it going on over there.

            It wasn’t me who pretended to know “what is going on over there”, even though it’s obvious you don’t know sh1t about sh1t.

          • Nikki

            You still didn’t say squat. And there is no way you know you know more than me because you don’t know me. And you don’t seem to understand the act of making a point. The man I was responding to was comparing the danger of rape and violence over there to same danger of being a lifeguard and hospital worker. How about you try using perception. Or, maybe it is because you have none. I’m a veteran and would rather be back on deployment than in Germany right now.

          • Atomsk

            You’re mad, but that’s what being a soldier does to people.

          • Nikki

            Close. Knowing the truth does.

          • Atomsk

            Considering that you were willing to kill people (I know this is an assumption) without understanding what you were doing and why, I’m quite sure you’re pretty far from knowing the truth, regardless of how many fcked up experiences you may have had.

          • Two Americas

            This is so weird. I have posted responses to the same posts you are responding to, but I didn’t see your posts. Now, following your posts from the “latest comments” feed, I don’t see mine.

            Sorry to keep harping on this.

          • Atomsk

            TBH I’m really getting fed up with Disqus. The discussions are mostly worthless (although there were a few great things today and yesterday) and I get way too angry.

          • Two Americas

            We desperately need an alternative. I think I am going to just keep hammering on that.

            The way Disqus works, trolls and disinformation agents have all of the advantages. There could be 10 people on a thread posting valuable stuff in close proximity to where I am posting, and I don’t even see their posts. I can spend lot of time on a post, and then have no one see it. Yet every right wing nutcase troll can find every post I make and respond with threats and insults.

          • Two Americas

            Such lying. Shameful, really.

          • Nikki

            142,000 police reports on migrants only in Germany within only 6 months. Yep, sounds like there was a rape everyday.

        • Two Americas

          No one is getting raped every day. Have you completely lost your mind?

      • David Calvani

        Helping someone at the expense of a third party isn’t admirable either.
        Merkel and her ilk demand Germany aids these ‘refugees’ while expecting others to suffer the undesirable consequences.

    • Two Americas

      The article is from Milo. You are being played.

  • Paul Ramirez

    Import more rapefugees and Wahhabis! Dland is not destroying itself fast enough! Kraut war guilt! Das ist gut! JAJA!

  • HT

    Germany and the other EU nations are falling and the people just sit around with their thumbs up their collective arses. Merkel should be impeached and tried for treason.

    • Same things the PutinBots said about Hillary. Now you are after Merkel. Go back to Moscow, Yuri, your chlodnik is getting moldy on the porch.

      • HT

        Facts scare you gruber? I understand, it’s a cold dark world out there. Thankfully I’m sure your supply of crayons and stuffed animals will get you through the worst of it.

        • Facts? I doan need no steenking facts. I saw you PutinCucks at work during the election. Same same.
          Brand new account. No personal information or followers. Back to Moscow and suckputinsdick.

    • Uwe Kurzweg

      Merkel needs to be arrested. She ruins our Germany!

      • HT

        At the very least the public there should demand her resignation. But I fail to see a movement calling her to do so. It is troubling and worrisome that people are sitting idly by while their country is systematically destroyed.

  • bobbert

    Islam is very clearly a problem, but that doesnt mean it cant be fixed. Dialog with moderate muslims is a good place to start. That doesnt mean we should accept millions of not so moderate muslims into europe.

  • islam cannot be fixed the way the protestants did for christianity. The only way to have peace on earth is either total islam, or totally no islam. there will never be an in between.
    it will become a nasty fight, but it will have to be done.

  • kamenetz

    Merkelstan is utterly clueless about scuzlims, and probably had iguana eyes Georgy Soros pay her off to say this. Now, here’s some more reliable and actual “feedback” from someone who’s actually been in Middle East about how the people and the “religion of piss” really are. A letter from a US Marine in Afghanistan last couple of years…

    From a Recon Marine in Afghanistan: From the Sand Pit

    It’s freezing here. I’m sitting on hard cold dirt between rocks and shrubs at the base of the Hindu Kush Mountains, along the Dar’yoi Pamir River, watching a hole that leads to a tunnel that leads to a cave. Stake out, my friend, and no pizza delivery for thousands of miles. I also glance at the area around my ass every ten to fifteen seconds to avoid another scorpion sting. I’ve actually given up battling the chiggers and sand fleas, but the scorpions give a jolt like a cattle prod. Hurts like a bastard. The antidote tastes like transmission fluid, but God bless the Marine Corps for the five vials of it in my pack. The one truth the Taliban cannot escape is that, believe it or not, they are human beings, which means they have to eat food and drink water. That requires couriers and that’s where an old bounty hunter like me comes in handy. I track the couriers, locate the tunnel entrances and storage facilities, type the info into the hand held, and shoot the coordinates up to the satellite link that tells the air commanders where to drop the hardware. We bash some heads for a while, and then I track and record the new movement. It’s all about intelligence. We haven’t even brought in the snipers yet. These scurrying rats have no idea what they’re in for. We are but days away from cutting off supply lines and allowing the eradication to begin. But you know me; I’m a romantic. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: This country blows, man. It’s not even a country. There are no roads, there’s no infrastructure, there’s no government.

    This is an inhospitable, rock-pit shit-hole ruled by eleventh century warring tribes. There are no jobs here like we know jobs. Afghanistan offers only two ways for a man to support his family, join the opium trade or join the army. That’s it. Those are your options. Oh, I forgot, you can also live in a refugee camp and eat plum-sweetened, crushed beetle paste and squirt mud like a goose with stomach flu, if that’s your idea of a party. But the smell alone of those ‘tent cities of the walking dead’ is enough to hurl you into the poppy fields to cheerfully scrape bulbs for eighteen hours a day.

    I’ve been living with these Tajiks and Uzbeks, and Turkmen and even a couple of Pashtu’s, for over a month-and-a-half now, and this much I can say for sure: These guys, are Huns, actual, living Huns. They LIVE to fight. It’s what they do. It’s ALL they do. They have no respect for anything; not for themselves, their families, or for each other. They claw at one another as a way of life. They play polo with dead calves and force their five-year-old sons into human cockfights to defend the family honor. Just Huns, roaming packs of savage, heartless beasts who feed on each other’s barbarism. Cavemen with AK-47’s. Then again, maybe I’m just a cranky young bastard. I’m freezing my ass off on this stupid hill because my lap warmer is running out of juice, and I can’t recharge it until the sun comes up in a few hours. Oh yeah! You like to write letters, right? Do me a favor, Bizarre. Write a letter to CNN and tell Wolf and Anderson and that awful, sneering, pompous Aaron Brown to stop calling the Taliban “smart”. They are not smart. I suggest CNN invest in a dictionary because the word they are looking for is “cunning”. The Taliban are cunning, like jackals, hyenas, and wolverines. They are sneaky and ruthless, and when confronted, they are cowardly. They are hateful, malevolent parasites who create nothing and destroy everything else.

    Smart? Bullshit! Yeah, they’re real smart, Most cant read, but they’ve spent their entire lives listening to Imams telling them about only one book (and not a very good one, as books go). They consider hygiene and indoor plumbing to be products of the devil. They’re still trying to figuring out how to work a Bic lighter. Talking to a Taliban warrior about improving his quality of life is like trying to teach an ape how to hold a pen. Eventually he just gets frustrated and sticks you in the eye with it. OK, enough. Snuffle will be up soon, so I have to get back to my hole. Covering my tracks in the snow takes a lot of practice, but I’m good at it.

    Please, I tell you and my fellow Americans to turn off the TV sets and move on with your lives. The story line you are getting from CNN and other news agencies is utter bullshit and designed not to deliver truth but rather to keep you glued to the screen so you will watch the next commercial. We’ve got this one under control. The worst thing you guys can do right now is sit around analyzing what we’re doing over here. You have no idea what we’re doing, and you really don’t want to know. We are your military, and we are only doing what you sent us here to do. From a Jack Recon Marine in Afghanistan, Semper Fi. “Freedom is not free, but the U.S. Marine Corps is paying most of your share”. Send this to YOUR FRIENDS so that people there will really know what is going on over here.

    God Bless America.

    PS: Why would any civilized country want to bring these barbarians into their cities or states. To do so is total suicidal insanity!

    • shappens

      The country in general do not want them, the powers that don’t give a shit and want to wipe out the people are utter traitors combined with those who hate the country hosts in the first place.

      Save some of that energy and come back whole, you are going to be needed on home grounds someday maybe sooner than later.

  • AverageJoe1987

    So there haven’t been enough rapes and murders in her country to suit her? She wants to import more rapists and killers?

    What kind of idiots live in Germany that they would keep this idiot in office?

  • Pearlbuck

    So Milo had a frank–and perhaps, at times, flippant–conversation about the sex he had in his teens, and he’s being wildly attacked. Make no mistake–this is an act of censorship, plain and simple. As for Simon and Schuster, will they be purging their backlist of all content by ACTUAL pedophiles? Will the poems of NAMBLA supporter Allen Ginsburgh be censored? Also, as Milo pointed out, post-pubescent sexual activity is not pedophilia. That doesn’t make it right, but it’s not pedophilia. And where will the line be drawn? A 30-something Jerry Seinfeld picked up an ex girlfriend in a park when she was 17. Should be be blacklisted?

  • Paula Jones

    Bibi pegs tRump.

  • OH MY GAWD HEY SEXY!!!! SHIT AN ALL MILO ALL THE TIME NEWS SITE!!!!!!!!

    I JUST HAD AN ORGASM THAT WAS ITSELF CONTAINED IN AN OUTER, LARGER ORGASM!!!!!!

    I’M YOURS BABY LET’S DO THIS THANG!!!!!!

  • LGS Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

    I’m home!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • LGS Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

    Fuck Breitbart and fuck all of you leftist crybaby pigs..

    • luvs2pwge✓MissSaudiArabia

      breitbart is still cool

  • TheLoneRanger2

    Milo!!!

    I want to be a writer here!

    What do I do?

  • LGS Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ

    Ooooo yay, no word filter lol

  • Joe Joe

    Milo, I don’t know if you read the comments here, but I want you to know that I back you. Thank you for what you have done on college campuses. Don’t let them stop you. As Vince Foster once said of Washington: “Here ruining people is considered sport.” Know that those of us who are NOT Washington appreciate what you have done and support you.

  • claudiusxiii

    Long live disqus!

  • MAVALA

    I love you Milo!!!

    • AmericanBoots????????

      Thanks for the tip!!

  • drdov

    My new home

  • AmericanBoots????????

    Yes!! Sweetness!!! Go Milo!

    • luvs2pwge✓MissSaudiArabia

      hi Yankee boots

      • AmericanBoots????????

        We can do pics!!! I’m going to have to load up on some memes!!

        • We can use the entire English language too, not the 900 words whitelisted at Breitbart.

          We can even say the word MILO without getting censored!

          • EnglishBullDogs

            What hell was going on at Breitbart????

          • They cucked. I’m looking for alternatives, and a new more active hobby is looking very attractive.

          • EnglishBullDogs

            I can’t wait for Milo to open his new News Site. I couldn’t believe Breitbart was letting some nasty trolls getting away with their comments. You have a good night….

          • You too!

  • EnglishBullDogs

    I Stand With You Milo……

  • I can read and write both English and code Milo, and I’ve got the hookup too. How can I help?

  • You know what this site needs?

    MOAR MILO!

  • GetRektbyTheTruth

    Milo, need crew members? 😮

    Btw, I can tell you a thing or two about muslim filth at the Hungarian border…

  • Carlos Juarez

    Germany is done.

  • shappens

    She is echoing someone who is now Pope…..and I kid you not. Otherwise….quite insane she is yes.

    NONE of now UK should be in EU. They are getting eattin alive and I personally hate to see this.

  • C_EZ

    If any civil servant diserves to be tarred and feathered medevil style, it’s Merkel. Germany needs to stop being so soft and stand up before their culture is wiped off the face of the world. Italy and Turkey are. Europe is a dumpster fire right now, and the liberals standard go to utopia, Sweden, is probably the worst of the worst

  • John Craig

    It is too late for Great Britain, they all ready have 40% of their Parliament Muslim, the mayor of London is a lawyer who defended the 9/11 terrorist and Great Britain, has so many Muslim enclaves that the Bobbies don’t have enough help to control. The best thing Great Britain could do, would be to adopt our 2nd Amendment and arm the average citizen, as some where down the road they are going to need this!