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A very interesting conversation, I look forward to future ones. The technical difficulties on Milo's end cut things off at bad moments and broke up the flow of a dialogue which requires focused attention and understanding. Hopefully a sit-down talk, like with E. Michael Jones, will be possible in the future with Milo too.

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I enjoyed the conversation, I think he is serious and I am happy for him and want him to succeed. Would be interested to see another one down the road, back in the election time of the 2016 era I had listened to a decent amount of his content. Along with both of you, my world view and beliefs have changed dramatically since then. I want to be freed from the political lens and learn to embrace the things of Christianity going forward.

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Milo was so defensive about his Catholic faith that he couldn't understand what Roosh was trying to say.

But fascinating interview, I believe he is being sincere about his transformation.

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Milo's a trip. He's brilliant dude but just a notch below being legitimately crazy which you can see more clearly on his Telegram. Roosh was fantastic in this interview, the only interview I've seen with Milo where he's been pushed regarding some of his public antics post conversion. Actually this interview almost makes it unclear to me where Milo stands regarding the faith. It's possible, and I pray not, that the Christ he's embraced is not actually Christ but western civ or the goodness of family....everything the opposite of gay. I could be wrong. His supposed conversion is still recent, but there does seem to be a recalcitrance to repent of supposed lesser sins; no longer doing the gay, but all other sins still practiced and maybe increasing, and he's ok with that.

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Milo's a trip. He's brilliant dude but just a notch below being legitimately crazy which you can see more clearly on his Telegram. Roosh was fantastic in this interview, the only interview I've seen with Milo where he's been pushed regarding some of his public antics post conversion. Actually this interview almost makes it unclear to me where Milo stands regarding the faith. It's possible, and I pray not, that the Christ he's embraced is not actually Christ but western civ or the goodness of family....everything the opposite of gay. I could be wrong. His supposed conversion is still recent, but there does seem to be a recalcitrance to repent of supposed lesser sins; no longer doing the gay, but all other sins still practiced and maybe increasing, and he's ok with that.

I pray for him. The road he chose is the most difficult one, filled with holes, rocks and covered with thorns. He'll probably stumble and fall many a times - pray for him to, with Christs help, find the inner strength to get back up again, put that Cross on his back and keep on marching.

But it's going to be hellishly hard.

I hope you'll interview him again in 6-12 months time to see how he'll be. And I hope you'll be able to help him when he'll need you, because I think he will.

God bless you both.

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He had a few words recently on Ben Shekels. Looks like a fresh vein of form.

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At 53-55mins in. Milo talked about his sense of guilt over the evil one of the Men he know did. As Roosh and as the Word of God says.

God is the Avenger. And the State (Romans 13) is one of his instruments of Judgment. That man will either face the firing squad and the Great White Throne or be saved in Death Row. Or he will face the Great White Throne nonetheless if God doesn't take him other by other earthly means.

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Documents from the Charlottesville lawsuit have outed Milo Yiannopolous as a Federal informant with "contacts in the FBI." He is also offering assistance to antifa in their lawsuit against nationalists.
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I really liked watching Milo when he was in his prime, but his personality is neither interesting nor entertaining now - perhaps my personal change with direction in this world.

That was a difficult interview to watch - I had to leave in the beginning during the attempted opening prayer.

Milo's representation of being Catholic was disappointing, but realizing he is going through a spiritual transition (and mental - away from homosexuality) I was surprised he did not embrace Christ as his rock for spiritual healing. Did he mention Christ at all? I may have missed this given I left a few times due to the chaos.

It it is apparent he is suffering spiritually and perhaps (as he suggested too) mentally. If he continues to immerse himself in the secular world, to the extent he saids he will do, his healing may require challenging tribulations and trials (Matthew 7: 24-27). As Christians know it can be difficult at times to live in this world (Romans 12: 1-2), but His Kingdom is our home; and our faith through living and praising God's Word is the path to Our Father.

Jesus says, “Not everyone who says to me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.” Matthew 7:21

Perhaps it was playful banter, but I think Milo was wrong to criticize the work Roosh is doing. (Proverbs 29:23).

We call upon Your mercey, O Lord. Through the intercession of St. Nicolas, keep us safe amid all dangers so that we may go forward without hindrance on the road of salvation.

May Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on us sinners.
God Bless Roosh

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This is the first time I heard Milo where he sounds 'vulnerable' and hurt, I genuinely felt pity for him. I always thought he was funny -I loved how he trolled the left - feminists in particular, but he sounds really authentic here. I heard him on other interviews post-gay but this is where he seems the most authentic.

I don't mean pity in a condescending way - though my hurts are different he made me realize we are all broken inside and need God's help and love.

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I really liked this interview and am encouraged at the steps Milo is taking - good for him. At the same time though, I fear he may still be clinging to a bit too much narcissism. He wasn't having any of Roosh suggesting he stop putting himself out there and trying to "save the world" with vituperous tweets.

He just wasn't getting it - and if he keeps trying to be in the limelight he runs the risk of becoming another Michael Vooris (Church Militant), who in spite of some good journalism was still carrying on as an active participant in deviant life while pretending to be repentant.

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I was surprised he did not embrace Christ as his rock for spiritual healing. Did he mention Christ at all?

Perhaps you or one of the other members can answer this, but he also said something like he isn't "saved." I understand there are differences between the denominations about whether the process of salvation happens one time or throughout a lifetime. I also don't want to misquote him, so you may want to listen to what he said. However, I was taken aback by how he expressed and explained this, like he would never describe himself as "saved". Is this a common view in Catholic or Orthodox?

I never truly followed anything from Milo but I do hope he's sincere. However, there is more than enough in his words to see he shouldn't be given any authority or have any serious responsibilities. To me that includes giving him a platform or attention.

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I really liked watching Milo when he was in his prime, but his personality is neither interesting nor entertaining now - perhaps my personal change with direction in this world.

Yeah my sister was also a big fan of his. I think gays appeal to (some) women because they're on their wavelength in a way that a normal man isn't. She grew out of it too though happily.

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Perhaps you or one of the other members can answer this, but he also said something like he isn't "saved." I understand there are differences between the denominations about whether the process of salvation happens one time or throughout a lifetime. I also don't want to misquote him, so you may want to listen to what he said. However, I was taken aback by how he expressed and explained this, like he would never describe himself as "saved". Is this a common view in Catholic or Orthodox?

I never truly followed anything from Milo but I do hope he's sincere. However, there is more than enough in his words to see he shouldn't be given any authority or have any serious responsibilities. To me that includes giving him a platform or attention.

It really isn't a "one and done" thing for Catholics. "I was saved. I am being saved. I will be saved." Is how it works for us (or how it's supposed to work, sad that I was better Catechized on my own than what you'd find in most Catholic Parishes today.). You're saved at your Baptism. You're being saved in Confession and other things like the Confiteor (God does the Saving, not through our own efforts btw). And you will be saved on Judgement Day.

Without getting into the complicated Theology, it has to do with God being eternal, and that "Time has no meaning to the Creator-King of the Universe, because He is Lord of time itself." Along with the idea of The Crucifixion being an Act of "Redemption", not an Act of "Salvation". There is a difference between those two.

One really shouldn't describe themself as "saved" until you exhale your last breath, close your eyes on this life, and open your eyes on Eternity, and the The Lord is there with open arms and a smile, saying, "Welcome home."

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After watching a sample, probably 5 mins, my impression is that:
Roosh's conversion and stability thereof intimidated Milo's spirit/s, rightfully and understandably so.
Milo is in the process of salvation, yet to experience conversion.

My heart breaks for Milo.
So many like him out there that we need to be prayerful for when they cross our paths,
and judge people like him with righteous judgement, as the Scripture commands.

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Conversion isn't something that happens overnight.
In fact one could make the argument that all of us are involved in a type of conversion. Attempting to do better today than we did yesterday. And hoping to do better tomorrow.

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Conversion isn't something that happens overnight.
In fact one could make the argument that all of us are involved in a type of conversion. Attempting to do better today than we did yesterday. And hoping to do better tomorrow.

Very well said. I would be more suspect of an "I am all cured".

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I really liked watching Milo when he was in his prime, but his personality is neither interesting nor entertaining now - perhaps my personal change with direction in this world.

That was a difficult interview to watch - I had to leave in the beginning during the attempted opening prayer.

Milo's representation of being Catholic was disappointing, but realizing he is going through a spiritual transition (and mental - away from homosexuality) I was surprised he did not embrace Christ as his rock for spiritual healing. Did he mention Christ at all? I may have missed this given I left a few times due to the chaos.

It it is apparent he is suffering spiritually and perhaps (as he suggested too) mentally. If he continues to immerse himself in the secular world, to the extent he saids he will do, his healing may require challenging tribulations and trials (Matthew 7: 24-27). As Christians know it can be difficult at times to live in this world (Romans 12: 1-2), but His Kingdom is our home; and our faith through living and praising God's Word is the path to Our Father.

Perhaps it was playful banter, but I think Milo was wrong to criticize the work Roosh is doing. (Proverbs 29:23).

May Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on us sinners.
God Bless Roosh

I think Milo's agitation is one of restlessness due to fear.

My radar suspects he is caught between a rock and a hard place through fear of man, wicked men who are still using him to do their trapping of the faithful, and that God is using that to pressure him into God's continued narrative for him and for us.

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It really isn't a "one and done" thing for Catholics. "I was saved. I am being saved. I will be saved." Is how it works for us (or how it's supposed to work, sad that I was better Catechized on my own than what you'd find in most Catholic Parishes today.). You're saved at your Baptism. You're being saved in Confession and other things like the Confiteor (God does the Saving, not through our own efforts btw). And you will be saved on Judgement Day.

Without getting into the complicated Theology, it has to do with God being eternal, and that "Time has no meaning to the Creator-King of the Universe, because He is Lord of time itself." Along with the idea of The Crucifixion being an Act of "Redemption", not an Act of "Salvation". There is a difference between those two.

One really shouldn't describe themself as "saved" until you exhale your last breath, close your eyes on this life, and open your eyes on Eternity, and the The Lord is there with open arms and a smile, saying, "Welcome home."

Would you describe yourself as not saved then or in a continual act of salvation through Christ? Maybe he was just struggling to explain theology he's not familiar with but imho this is the most important one: you're willing to say Christ is lord of your life or you aren't.

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