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‘Supervillain’ wants more Aussie hate


THE man dubbed a “right-wing troll” and “internet supervillain” says he is disappointed in the mild opposition to him ahead of his Australian tour.

Former Trump advocate and anti-feminist Milo Yiannopoulos was disdainful of a petition to stop him entering the country and reports Peter Dutton’s office was considering denying him a visa.

“Very lacklustre and disappointing and ineffective,” he told news.com.au. “Six hundred people — I’m almost embarrassed to have such little opposition.

“It’s another example of the press reporting the reality they wish was true … Australia is lagging way behind America.”

Yiannopoulos, who has already managed to infuriate David Koch on Sunrise this morning, was forced to resign as senior editor at alt-right news site Breitbart in February after saying sex between adults and children was sometimes “not that big of a deal” and describing victims as “whingeing selfish brats”.

He said older men could help young boys “disco…

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