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Milo Yiannopoulos Once Again Barred From Entering Australia

Milo Yiannopoulos Once Again Barred From Entering Australia

Milo Yiannopoulos has been banned from entering Australia for a tour following his comments regarding the Christchurch terror attack.

Government officials were appalled by Yiannopoulos' comments about "barbaric cultures", and said they would make a statement about denying him permission to enter the country Saturday afternoon, according to the Herald.

In social media posts after the attack, Milo Yiannopoulos had referred to Islam as a "barbaric" and "alien" religion, and the news of his visa cancellation has been met with praise.

The ultra-right public speaker, a British national, who lives in the U.S., was scheduled to tour Australia later this year to speak at a series of events.

Coleman didn't specifically state which of Yiannopoulos' comments he was referring to.

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That decision was reviewed on Saturday morning following Friday's terrorist attack at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. "It was an act of pure evil".

"Note that not a single word or phrase I used is quoted by the Australian government".

He also defended right-wing U.S. commentator Candace Owens. "I'm banned from Australia, again, after a statement in which I said I abhor political violence", Yiannopoulos said on social media after the announcement'. 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.

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. "And I criticized the establishment for pandering to Islamic fundamentalism".

Earlier, Australian Labor frontbencher Tony Burke said: "Surely the Liberal government is still not going to issue a visa to someone so he can conduct a tour to promote hatred against Muslims".