Political Discussion in the 21st Century – Arguing Over Which Side is the More ‘Paedophile’

Hollywood luvvie Meryl Streep has given a speech lambasting President Elect Donald Trump. No suprise there. The Alt-Right, led by paedohysteric Mike Cernovich, has responded by pointing out that Streep gave a standing ovation to Roman Polanski – the director still wanted in the USA for taking a 13 year old girl up the ass, back in the 70s. No surprise there either. His Twitter feed has quickly degenerated into a shouting match as to who are the bigger paedos – Conservatives or Libs – complete with pictures of Trump kissing a very young cutie on a bed (Brooke Shields?) and Obama apparently feeling up his own teen daughter’s ass on the sofa.

This is what political discussion has been reduced to in the death throes of Western civilization – which side is the bigger paedophiles for openly showing attraction to fertile teenage girls. The really creepy thing is, both side’s Twitter armies are full of profiles with anime avatars showing very young pre-pubescent girls. In fact, I believe the alt-right are particularly famous for it and even have a Twitter Hashtag dedicated to it (#animeright).

Alt-Right fap material

4 thoughts on “Political Discussion in the 21st Century – Arguing Over Which Side is the More ‘Paedophile’”

  1. Now the BBC is accusing Milo of being ‘pro-paedophilia’ :

    This week, footage of a year-old podcast was unearthed, where Mr Yiannopoulos appears to condone paedophilia.
    He said relationships between “younger boys” and older men could be a “coming-of-age relationship … in which those older men help those younger boys discover who they are”.
    Mr Yiannopoulos has denied the allegations on his Facebook page, blaming the way the clips were edited and his own “sloppy phrasing” for any indication he supported paedophilia. “It is a vile and disgusting crime, perhaps the very worst,” he said.


  2. Milo now banned from speaking in the US and has had his forthcoming book cancelled by his American publishers :


    However, the American Conservative Union, which runs the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) where President Trump is due to speak on Friday, said the apology was not enough.
    “We urge him to immediately further address these disturbing comments,” Matt Schlapp said in a statement.
    Book publisher Simon & Schuster said it had cancelled the publication of Mr Yiannopoulos’s book Dangerous, which was due out in June, after “careful consideration”.
    In the footage, Mr Yiannopoulos – a passionate supporter of Donald Trump and an editor at right-wing website Breitbart – seems to suggest the determining factor for paedophilia is whether the younger partner has gone through puberty.

Comments are closed.