Saturday, May 28, 2016

Real Hate and Hate Hoaxes at DePaul Antiversity: After Black Supremacists Committed Acts of Real Hate, by Illegally Shutting Down a Talk by Milo Yiannopoulos, and Assaulting Yiannopoulos and His Host, with the Support of Campus Security, They Engineered at Least Two Hate Hoaxes (Video)

By Nicholas Stix

I tweeted Yiannopoulos that there are three things he must do in response to DePaul’s aiding and abetting the criminals on camera:

1. Sue;
2. Sue; and
3. Sue.

And I’m not talking about thousands of dollars, but millions.

Every student who attended the talk, but was prevented from hearing it by the black supremacists and their accomplices, campus security, should also sue for millions. And if the lawsuits should put DePaul out of business, so what? It stopped functioning as a university a long time ago.

Real Hate at DePaul: Milo Yiannopoulos Assaulted and Threatened by BLM “Protesters” at DePaul University

Published on May 24, 2016
repost from Breitbart for people who aren't subs.

BLM disrupts yet another event paid for by Depaul Republicans and security does nothing.

Hoax #1:


It’s a hoax because it’s a transparent pack of lies, put forth by a racially segregated organization that purports to be against segregation. Milo Yiannopoulos is a flaming fag, who was visiting DePaul on his “Dangerous Faggot” tour. And yet, we’re supposed to believe that a bunch of Republicans screamed blah, blah, blah, at a bunch of foul-mouthed, black supremacist thugs?

Hoax #2:

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“Kiana” claims to be a student at DePaul. Mike Cernovich debunked her hoax.

Hate Crime Hoax at DePaul by Student Who Made Sex Tape to “Get Famous”
By Mike Cernovich
May 27, 2016
Danger and Play

Proving yet again the media has no integrity, “journalists” are reporting that a noose was discovered on DePaul’s Chicago campus.
The hate crime hoax was started by a Twitter user who posted, the day after Milo Yiannopoulos’s talk, this entry:

Noose found on DePaul’s campus today. Are we still being too sensitive? @DePaulU you let this happen. (Archive.)

[Read the whole thing at Danger and Play.]

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