I know many of us have major problems with Milo Yiannopoulos. I can’t find anything wrong in this particular interview with Stefan Molyneux though and can find many things right.
My view is take what works and makes sense and ignore or reject the stuff that doesn’t. At the very least, for new people working their way towards their first red pill, it’s reasonable.
The interview side steps the corrosive Jewish ethnic effect on academia and Jewish culpability for political correctness, in fact it avoids diversity and race overall, although it’s implied in stuff about ‘dumb professors’ and ‘students that shouldn’t be at university’.
And I would also add that ‘rape culture’ is a way of accusing whites for something that is completely culturally and biologically black, as a kind of embarrassed displacement activity.
But what it does cover is entirely reasonable.