Morrissey Central #The Show Must Be Paused (June 2, 2020)

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Talk about being a dog on a chain. The already dismissive response from the far left is hilarious, and serves who ever tweeted this right.
 

Hovis Lesley

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He always gets flack. At least he's getting flack for something defensible.
Morrissey was equally supportive of the Arab Spring protests, ten years ago.

Indeed, wherever injustice is found Morrissey has recognised the cause.

Sadly, his ‘fan’ base here has repaid him by being unjust towards him.
 
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He always gets flack. At least he's getting flack for something defensible.
1. The Twitter account isn't run by Morrissey.
2. Joining the side of anarchists looting and burning down businesses, attacking and murdering police officers, burning down police stations, and beating people senselessly is not defensible. In fact, it is indefensible. Moreover, joining in a vacuous hashtag being promoted by virtually every vapid celebrity is as un-Morrissey as you can get.
 

Phranc & Open

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So, Sam will stop posting essentials about his uncle's latter-day work for one day or something?
 

Hovis Lesley

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1. The Twitter account isn't run by Morrissey.
2. Joining the side of anarchists looting and burning down businesses, attacking and murdering police officers, burning down police stations, and beating people senselessly is not defensible. In fact, it is indefensible. Moreover, joining in a vacuous hashtag being promoted by virtually every vapid celebrity is as un-Morrissey as you can get.
See.
 

Verso

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1. The Twitter account isn't run by Morrissey.
2. Joining the side of anarchists looting and burning down businesses, attacking and murdering police officers, burning down police stations, and beating people senselessly is not defensible. In fact, it is indefensible. Moreover, joining in a vacuous hashtag being promoted by virtually every vapid celebrity is as un-Morrissey as you can get.
"Burn down the disco."
"Shoplifters of the world unite and take over."
"He killed a policeman when he was 13 and somehow that really impressed me."
"They say to protect and to serve / But what they really mean / is get back to the ghetto."


I'd say these things are not only quite defensible, but supporting them is actually right on brand for Morrissey.
 
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Morrissey was equally supportive of the Arab Spring protests, ten years ago.

Indeed, wherever injustice is found Morrissey has recognised the cause.

Sadly, his ‘fan’ base here has repaid him by being unjust towards him.
Because it not a genuine support. It's a vehicle he can use for free - no one needs payment from him - to sell, sell, sell, enabling him and his boyfriend Damon to shop in Harvey Nicks and give nothing to a beggar on the street. He's a calculating opportunist villain. A bad actor.
 
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How can they think being against the police is UnMorrissey?

Even the looting isn't UnMorrissey - Shoplifters Of The World Unite.

(He's probably never heard of a hashtag though).
"Burn down the disco."
"Shoplifters of the world unite and take over."
"He killed a policeman when he was 13 and somehow that really impressed me."
"They say to protect and to serve / But what they really mean / is get back to the ghetto."


I'd say these things are not only quite defensible, but supporting them is actually right on brand for Morrissey.
I was clearly referring to joining in on this hashtag being promoted by every celebrity and large corporation. Both of you need to improve your reading comprehension. And for Verso, if you think ruining the lives of innocent people, either by burning down and or looting their businesses, and maiming or killing random people and police is defensible, then you clearly have no moral compass. As such, what you consider defensible or not is wholly irrelevant.
 

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