The following is my response to this MW video:

I support anyone who speaks out against Islam. If it can’t land you in prison or get you killed, it’s not bravery. Terms like controversial/offensive are relative anyways, and only serve to characterize the society that uses the label rather than the topic/person that label is used on.

The only difference between those who are entertained by Milo’s flamboyant antics, the alt-right’s memes and self-imposed “edginess and coolness”, or SJW virtue-signalling, is the part of the political spectrum they fall on. If you can’t see past style for substance, you can’t see past ANY style. Cults of personality and fanboys exist everywhere. Those who can be “led astray” by the schtick of any political movement are those who wouldn’t be attracted to more “timely and important” topics to begin with due to the intellectually challenging nature of said topics. Furthermore, they can just as easily be led back anywhere else with the same simpleton-appealing gestures. Don’t be naive to think that those who are unimpressed by acts of pseudo-bravery like virtue-signalling, denigrating Christianity, or Milo’s ability to offend the perpetually-offended, only reside on the alt-right. Nor should you be naive to think that there aren’t any fanboys/dick-riding yes-men on your channel either.

It’s easy to speak in hindsight about the leftists now that it is merely a matter of time before they are no longer a problem to society whatsoever. But who are the ones who are almost entirely responsible for that? I’d say Milo and PJW. Are they alt-right?
And NOW, after the heavy lifting is done and Milo is simply capitalizing on cleaning up the remnants, you want to talk shit? And again, about something that only impresses cretins in the first place? That is pathetic.

I think it’s ironic that you talk about having bigger fish to fry, given the amount of criticism (presumably) from the alt-right against “Zionist shills” like Tommy Robinson, Alex Jones, Mike Cernovich, Rebel Media, etc. Granted I’ve only seen a few alt-right videos, but if you could point me to examples where the alt-right did anything of similar scope and scale to what Robinson has done in regards to exposing the Muslim rape gangs, to what Jones or Cernovich did for the election, or to what Rebel Media has done and continues to do against speech laws, maybe I’d understand your criticism better. Until then, it seems like the alt-right are the ideological circle-jerkers, who would rather wax philosophical about a utopian ideal that can’t even be achieved without the prerequisites, than walk the walk. Furthermore, I think most people who are intellectually honest will admit that the biggest and most immediate threat is Islam. And again, it could simply be my ignorance of the history of the alt-right, but I’ve yet to see anything comparable in that regards from the alt-right that would warrant such snobbery.

Given the backlash that opinions on immigration/culture/identity/socialism etc. from non-racial perspectives receive, how the alt-right can have this purist attitude in regards to it’s political goals, is either absolutism used as an excuse to not help get shit done on the issues everyone on the right agrees on, or a genuine delusion on how giant changes are made in reality. And that’s fine either way. But at least have the decency of not cock-blocking and sabotaging those who actually are making immediate, tangible change to issues that the alt-right (presumably) agrees on.

A lot of projecting, and back-seat driving from the alt-right.

The following is a screenshot of a response he gave to another comment which further exemplifies Woe’s naivete (or jealousy). And unless Woes has been equally vocal against the alt-right’s trolling/memes and similar trouble-making behavior, he is being a hypocrite here.Woes Response: Millenial Woes  Milo, the Tedious Faggot