Australia Re-Bans Homocon Milo Over NZ Comments

Milo Yiannopoulos Barred From Entering Australia After Christchurch Attack

Milo Yiannopoulos Barred From Entering Australia After Christchurch Attack

Australia's government has banned Milo Yiannopoulos from entering the country after the controversial right-wing commentator responded to the New Zealand mosque massacre by describing Islam as a "barbaric" and "alien" religious culture. "The terrorist attack in Christchurch was carried out on Muslims peacefully practicing their religion".

This time, it's because of his opinion on the horrific hate-motivated mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, which claimed the lives of at least 49 Muslim people this past Friday, March 15. But Australian authorities made a decision to yank his permission to come following his Facebook post saying attacks like the one in Christchurch happen because the establishment "mollycoddles extremist leftism and barbaric, alien religious cultures".

Immigration Minister David Coleman released a statement on Saturday confirming the decision to cancel Mr Yiannopoulos' visa into the country.

"It was an act of pure evil", he said.

'Milo Yiannopoulos will not be allowed to enter Australia for his proposed tour this year, ' Mr Coleman said.

The Department of Home Affairs had listed reasons to ban the provocateur, including violence sparked during protests of his 2017 tour and an $AU50,000 bill by the Victorian government for extra security and damages caused by the incident.

Yiannopoulos defended his comments after the ban was announced.

In a Facebook post overnight, Yiannopoulos said Owens had "nothing to do with what happened" in New Zealand and appeared to blame the left for the deadly assault. The former Breitbart News editor, who famously backs the Trump administration, has been banned from platforms like Paypal, Twitter, and Patreon because of his vitriol. He then shared to his followers on Instagram that he was "banned from Australia, again, after a statement in which I said I abhor political violence".