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Steal their clothes

25 February 2017

9:00 AM

25 February 2017

9:00 AM

The Left now thinks it’s nailed one of the most irritating thorns in its flesh, the flamboyant conservative polemicist Milo Yiannopoulos, whose apparent defence of paedophilia may well mean he’s gone too far for many who have hitherto agreed with him. Those who didn’t were already trying to censor him anyway – like the Sydney bookseller and self-defined ‘passionate believer in free speech’ who had declared in advance, and without knowing what was in it, that he would not stock Yiannopoulos’s forthcoming book Dangerous, before the publishers rained on his parade by cancelling its publication.

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