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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Day 2178 - No religion too

A 22 year old Islamic suicide bomber blew himself up in the foyer of Manchester Arena on Monday night, killing 22 innocent people who had been attending a concert there. Morrissey yesterday responded to the attack on his Official Facebook site with the following statement:

Celebrating my birthday in Manchester as news of the Manchester Arena bomb broke. The anger is monumental. 
For what reason will this ever stop?
Theresa May says such attacks "will not break us", but her own life is lived in a bullet-proof bubble, and she evidently does not need to identify any young people today in Manchester morgues. Also, "will not break us" means that the tragedy will not break her, or her policies on immigration. The young people of Manchester are already broken - thanks all the same, Theresa. Sadiq Khan says "London is united with Manchester", but he does not condemn Islamic State - who have claimed responsibility for the bomb. The Queen receives absurd praise for her 'strong words' against the attack, yet she does not cancel today's garden party at Buckingham Palace - for which no criticism is allowed in the Britain of free press. Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the attack is the work of an "extremist". An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?
In modern Britain everyone seems petrified to officially say what we all say in private. Politicians tell us they are unafraid, but they are never the victims. How easy to be unafraid when one is protected from the line of fire. The people have no such protections.
Morrissey
23 May 2017.

The most surprising thing in the statement for me, is that Morrissey is currently in Manchester - I had presumed that he was in LA.

Morrissey has, of course, been condemned for his words, with both the media and some his own 'so called' fans calling him things such as, "an appalling racist", but NOWHERE in the statement does Morrissey even mention race. NOWHERE.

As the mainstream media, politicians, and the pubic all 'sympathise' with the families of the victims, and offer 'prayers', NO ONE seems to be asking these two questions:

A) What has possibly driven a twenty two year old young man to think it is a good thing to blow himself and others up?

B) What can be done to stop such events happening again?

The answer to A) is obvious, the Islamic faith is what has driven a twenty two year old to blow himself up. Let's make no mistake, Islam is a man-made religion, and it is fucked-up. Last week I watched a TV programme called Three Girls, which is based on real events in Rochdale and other parts of Manchester in the mid 2000s. The programme is about how Islamic men raped young white girls. The programme shows the men plying the girls with vodka, whilst at the same time also reinforcing the point that Muslims don't drink. WHAT sort of 'religious people' can possibly think that drinking alcohol is wrong, but fucking thirteen year olds against their will is OK?

But before I have any 'ists' or 'isms' thrown at me too, I must point out that I don't just have a problem with the Islamic faith, I have a problem with ALL religion, because ALL religion is man-made, and ALL religion is fucked-up. Let's not forget that Tony Blair took Britain to war with Iraq because HIS God told him to. And has nobody noticed that ALL religions treat women as second class citizens?

So, what can be done to stop religious terrorist acts like the one that happened in Manchester on Monday, and Tony Blair's bombing of innocent Iraqi's? Well, when a few 'extreme' Liverpool football fans attacked Juventus football fans in Heysel in 1985, ALL English football teams were banned from playing football in Europe indefinitely. If that was the right course of action to take when a few extremists caused death in the name of football, then the same should happen to stop extremists acting in the name of religion. We must STOP the PREACHING of religion in schools and in other public places with immediate effect for an indefinite period - perhaps until it can be proven beyond ALL doubt that there IS a God.

People would still be free to believe what they want, obviously, but we HAVE to stop teachers and preachers from TELLING people, especially children, that there is a God, or Gods when there is NO EVIDENCE WHATSOEVER to prove this, and we need to particularly STOP the preaching to our young people that some of these 'Gods' want us to kill ourselves and kill other people - the Islamic religion seems to have a particular problem with this, but let's not single them out, just as Liverpool FC weren't singled out, let's stop the preaching of ALL these fantasy religions, because there isn't one of them that has any right to claim that it is better than any of the others.

It won't happen of course, because although the authorities didn't mind punishing the football world - even though no footballer caused any death - the politicians daren't offend religious sects, so they will let people carry on preaching hate, and allow murdering to continue.

Going back to Morrissey, the ironic thing is that when Morrissey denounced MorrisseysWorld as a fake, people believed him, but although he denounced the 'Official Morrissey Facebook' also a fake, people didn't believe him; although it has to be said, there are a few Morrissey fans who are trying to deny that this latest statement has come from Morrissey, and why?, because they don't like the content. Now, where have we seen THAT before?

It's a funny old world, whatever next?

* 2.30PM - LATER ADDITION*

The self righteous, Billy Bragg has come out to state that he is, "very disappointed to hear that Morrissey has joined the likes of Katie Hopkins in trying to inflame the situation in the wake of the Manchester outrage. Such behaviour plays into the hands of extremists who perpetrated these terrible crimes..... when we seek to blame all Muslims or all Christians for the actions of one crazed individual, we only serve to help justify the killer and their twisted motives."

Oh, Billy, Billy, Billy. Bragg's first sentence could have come straight out of a tabloid newspaper, whilst saying that Morrissey's "behaviour" plays into the hands of extremists is just a ridiculous and completely meaningless thing to say. It is actually the doing nothing, and being politically correct that does the damage, not the views of a seminal artist who must be feeling petrified at the thought of what might happen every time he steps on a stage. Every time there is an attack, we see prayers being offered up - Great! What help is that?

And how can Bragg say that these continuous attacks are the actions of, "one crazed individual"? Billy Bragg is thick, but the PC brigade will be loving him today, and that's what he is after.

55 comments:

  1. who would have guessed Moz in Manchester. come on colonel it wasn't hard to work out, anyway, today I must pop over to somewhere special (wish me luck) on 31st I am popping across to Berlin just for a day, after that I come back and head off to Rome and I cant wait, notice I don't mention the bomb in the arena, I cant, I would get placed on a list of some kind, what we say in private is well you know how it goes, never a true word spoken. god bless Moz for at least trying to speak out, you can feel the anger in the statement and in this city

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    1. Oh Manc, are you coming in Rome!? Well, I hope you'll have a great time here. I share completely Morrissey's statement, it's not a question of racism, is a question of integrity and politicians, expecially people as London's Mayor, must express their disgust for the extremist, but they didn't it and so they're giving support to the extremists. Racism is in the eye of the beholder. Ciao.

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    2. The Mayor of London's official response:

      London stands united with the great city of Manchester today after this barbaric and sickening attack. This was a cowardly act of terrorism that targeted a concert attended by thousands of children and young people.
      My heart goes out to the victims, their families and everybody affected. Once again we have seen the heroism of our brave emergency services. They have our full support and are in all our thoughts today.
      I am in constant contact with the Metropolitan Police, who are reviewing security arrangements in London. Londoners will see more police on our streets today.
      Manchester and the rest of Britain will never be cowed by terrorism. Those who want to destroy our way of life and divide us will never succeed.

      Source: https://www.facebook.com/MayorofLondon/posts/468209223525240

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    3. Wise words by the London's Mayor, but it's not enough, he could ask to all the Muslim Community to collaborate with police for stop this evil craziness named Isis, that's could be a new start for the peace.

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    4. aah. my favourite Italian scrumpet, I have trying to ask you for the name of some good nightclubs.. any worth paying a visit to???

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    5. Nightclubs? Oh, I can't answer, I stay at home most of the time... but I suggest to take a ride in Trastevere, Testaccio and Pigneto, you can find something interesting 😘

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    6. I can't recall people demanding the Pope to ask all Catholics to collaborate with the police against the IRA.

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    7. The Pope speaks against terrorism, mafia and violence every Sunday morning from his window in Vatican City, he alerts all the people to not be involved with crime organization and collaborate with security.... I'm not religious, but I know what I'm saying.

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    8. Let's not pretend that the Catholic faith is any better than any other faith. All religions are based on fantasy, and history shows lots of horrendous crimes carried out in the past by those waving the catholic banner. Of course the Pope speaks out against violence, so does the Queen, and yet she still hunts. Hypocrites, the lot of 'em.

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    9. And manclad, which God is it that you are asking to bless Moz? Is it the Catholic God that those penguins TOLD you that you had to believe in, or else you would be damned for all eternity? Evil bitches. You're still scared to denounce the faith even now, aren't you. Religion is dangerous, immoral, hypocritical, painful etc etc etc. Be strong, let it go, you'll be ok.

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    10. you are 100% right, I cant let it go, neither can Moz hence the sign of a cross on stage and the wearing of a crucifix, once they get inside your head etc. etc.

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    11. romina, here's an example of a British Muslim in a leadership position making a statement against Islamic terrorism and the Manchester attack in particular:

      By Harun Khan, Secretary-General of the Muslim Council of Britain
      Source: http://www.mcb.org.uk/we-muslims-cant-combat-the-poison-of-terrorism-alone/


      The attack on the Manchester Arena last night was callous, horrific and barbarous. That the perpetrator or perpetrators targeted an event attended by children and young people only underscores the savagery of this incident.

      As a parent I look on with horror, and shudder at the thought of those parents grieving today or on the bedside of their injured children. It was brought home to me by a colleague and friend in the Manchester Muslim community whose children had attended the concert but were thankfully not hurt.

      As a Muslim I wonder what possessed the attacker to carry out his deed. I pray that such people face the full weight of justice in this life and the next. Their actions are in defiance of the many pronouncements of our beloved Prophet Muhammad, of the Quranic edict to “save life”, and of over a millennia of Islamic scholarship.

      While such violence has no basis in the Islamic faith, these thugs still use Islam to justify their actions. For them, the condemnation of their cause by governments, scholars, communities and faith leaders has no bearing on their actions.

      If anything, it emboldens them further, adding mystique to their so called renegade cause. While we should be treating these people as down right criminals, thugs who get high from chaos, we instead give them the oxygen of publicity, badge them with the label of terrorist, and allow more gullible souls to be seduced by their dead-end aims.

      Invariably every attack is followed by calls on Muslims to do more to root these people out. Many thousands do although this is not always easy: the people who commit these atrocities operate on the sidelines – their actions a mystery to even their own parents. But as Chris Phillips, the former head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, said on the radio today: some people will always slip through.

      So what are we to do? Clearly there needs to be renewed action. If there is anything we Muslims can do to combat this we should proactively look into it. That means Muslim communities, other faith communities and government inclusively working together.

      Above all though we must not allow these murderers and thugs to succeed by furthering mistrust and division. Instead we must promote our far superior, positive narrative.

      That narrative was in full display last night when ordinary Mancunians of all faiths got stuck in to help our valiant emergency services. It was there in the stories of Muslim doctors volunteering their help; it was there in the free rides offered by Sikh taxi drivers; it was there in the stories of rabbis providing tea and refreshment to police men and women in the aftermath of the attack.

      The extremists want to ensure our communities turn on one another. We must take the poison out of their message by showing how we come together to aid one another.

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    12. The thing is, all the Abrahamic religions are both faiths of war or peace, of violence and love. It is precisely these contradictions and paradoxes that has made them so successful. Each can appeal equally to lovers and haters, bigots and humanitarians, meat eaters and vegans, slave owners and their slaves. You can read or cherry pick from their holy books and interpret them to justify anything. You can argue for and against many positions by quoting the same book and be equally correct.

      Religion poisons everything.

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    13. Dear Rat, not all of the penguins were "evil bitches". Yes, some of them were stern perhaps yours over did it. You speak from your own personal experience which sounds very traumatizing and You should seek out a way to talk about what they did to you and listen to others experience. My penguins were very sweet to me and I used to be very devout as a child. The only reason I renounced the institution of religion was because was because I could never be anything more than a penguin. I'll never renounce my ideas of god though because those are mine and no one can take them away from me. Modern martyrdom.

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    14. Jaz, you seem to have got me confused with Manclad. I had no penguins controlling my mind, as I wasn't brought up a Catholic. I was brought up in the 'Church of England', which was all very tame & polite, but just as meaningless. Luckily because it was all so tame, it left no scars, which is why I was able to discard it so easily.

      How can you say that you will never renounce God? When I was your age, I still believed, and in fact it wasn't until my mid 30s that it finally dawned on me that it was ok to publicly denounce religion. The likes of Richard Dawkins and Ricky Gervais have helped it become more acceptable to stand up and say that you don't believe. Even as recently as 10/15 years ago, you could only ever whisper quietly if you didn't believe, otherwise you were thought to be a heretic.

      I predict that one day, Jaz, you will denounce all these fantasy Gods, but it mustn't be because people like me TELL you not to believe, you have to find out for yourself. I wonder if you would believe in this God of yours if you hadn't been TOLD to in the first place? A hypothetical question, of course.

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    15. Oh maybe I have, and maybe my just reading what you wrote the evil bitches bit stood out to me, apologies.
      To clarify I didn't say that I would renounce god as in the entity which disorganized religion would force upon me. Which often is easily cast aside, did it really take you 30+ years? I have already discarded that model, (and without the help of comedians  I guess books really did do me in ) which for me has opened up greater possibilities of understanding. Such freedom allows me to form my own beliefs. What I should have said was that I refuse to renounce my belief in some greater than ourselves. Something, not man-made, but organic.
      Your last question is an interesting one I've never thought to ask myself, if I was never told that there was some super natural force telling me how to live and when I die would judge my actions and reward me with everlasting tranquility or suffering, I don't know how I would have ended up.

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    16. Yes Comrade, the last one is a very valid statement and I hope that everyone in a preeminent position in Muslim Community can share and report it, but I think it's not so different to Morrissey's statement too, in fact Morrissey spoke against violence and not against Muslim, but the Mainstream forced everyone in stereotypes and as someone is simply scared and horrified by the violence is labeled as a racist. Thank you, I hope many people can read the statement by Harun Khan.

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    17. It's interesting, as there's different audiences for such statements, with different motivations. For Muslim and other leaders to acknowledge the terrorists as Muslim is to legitimize them as representative of the faith. By denying them that inclusion is supposed to delegitamise and oztracise them. It is seen as being PC but that's not the intention.

      Of course, its funny to see Trump loving alt-righters like Brietbart suddenly being Morrissey fans, totally forgetting his anti-Trump statements.

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    18. It is quite obvious that Morrissey has no political leaning. Could anyone really imagine him voting? Lest we not forget the lyrics, "we don't vote Labour or Tory", and also, "each time you vote, you support the process".

      Morrissey has also consistently chastised all parties and politicians; with the exception of a few who he has called, "free thinkers", such as Farage, Galloway and Corbyn. Personally, I can't stand Galloway, but each to their own.

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    1. I agree with TRB that the teaching of religion in any school is dangerous.

      As for M's statement:
      "The sorrow of the Brighton bombing is that Thatcher escaped unscathed."

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    3. Please note the omissions in my comments.

      I said that I agreed with Rat on one of his points. I am an atheist and always have been and for longer than him, so, in a way, TRB agreed with me.

      I have been careful to reserve my comments about Morrissey's statement. I have points of agreement and points of disagreement and I can see some hypocrisy there and can see how many fans will be aggrieved by what he has said. I haven't been robust in opposition because it my position is more nuanced and, frankly, it's the kind of comment that I would expect from a contemporary Morrissey when he's (rightly) angered. Also, having never been to England or Europe, I am not in a position to comment on the circumstances there with any authority (I only know of there through the distortions of the media).

      If you go back through my MW/FTM journey, you will see that I am no sycophant.

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  3. Yesterday morning I was awoken from a dream I was having about Morrissey. It seems in this dream world he knew me pretty well and I was arguing with a girl for my seat in the front row as Morrissey took the stage. He was annoyed that I was causing a disturbance and distracting him, even though I was in the right about the seat argument. Morrissey admonished me by name in front of the crowd and said the show was cancelled because of my actions. I tried to run after him, to talk him out of leaving the show, but to no avail. At that moment in real life, a friend woke me to tell me there was a terrorist attack in Manchester. Strange.

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    1. Strange dream for sure Manc! About Billy Bragg I think he's absolutely wrong, first Morrissey didn't write words of hate against Mid West, he simply remarked how much is dangerous ISIS for the people and that's is a fact simply and clear, but politicians obsessed with racial question are non fighting against them... another simple fact. In less than 24 hours we know almost everything about the author of the crime and several people reported strange behavior on different occasions. Now I ask why they didn't report it before? Simple answer, they didn't speak because they were afraid to be labeled as racist. Somehow I think too religion is dangerous, but studying religion, of course every religion, could be useful to understand the human being, of course by a neutral point of view.

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    2. Sorry dear, you're not Manc!😱

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    3. There is nothing wrong with studying religion, it is the preaching and telling people what they must believe that is wrong.
      Of course, many schools are church funded, so governments would never bite the hand that feeds, even if they are filling the heads of young people with fairy stories.

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  4. So happy nobody asks about my opinions on anything. I am quite frankly amazed by the reactions Mozfans are expressing. It seems to me that everything he says is wrong. You can disagree and talk about the matter.

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  5. Weren't 22 people killed? Good for Moz for speaking the truth, as always, no matter how unpopular it is. It's not very surprising that people are accepting that he is actually connected with the FB page, because it's labeled 'official' and has the all-important blue tick. Funny though that he has posted a statement on a page that he denied having any connection with. More people should start questioning other denials he has made about his internet involvement, but will they?

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    1. The murderer killed 21 innocent people, plus himself = 22.

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    2. And no, they won't question the other denials, because it would mean admitting that they were wrong. No one likes to admit they were wrong... although of course I wouldn't really know, as I've never been wrong.

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    3. I stand corrected, Heather, it was 22 plus himself. I shall amend my first sentence.

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  6. The answer to question A, as you say, I would base on psychology and not religion. Although religion does shape the adolescent mind many things are happening to a 22 year old brain. Foremost are thoughts of suicide, which different from any other religion on earth Islam promotes as the ultimate sacrifice. So what do you say to a young stupid boy who's dropped out of school and living in a country that shits on you daily? I think you say something like Do you want to leave this earth and attain a place of glory at the alter of god? Then join our jihad.  Of course you do. This also works to recruit military whom we praise constantly.
    And he didn't hear this from friends or family, he heard those alluring words on the internet. The very place where we spend most of our social life. He learned how to make weapons online. Maybe, the internet is the last refuge of religion and radical Islam thrives in its shadows like most predators.
    Now as to how we can stop it I'm not sure I'd love to debate it and figure something out. It's not the immigrants, it's not the muslim community, it's individuals who feel they have been wronged by society for their beliefs so they seek solace online where they're comforted and co-erced into killing themselves and taking as many people as possible with them. I am not basing my ideas solely on the Manchester incident but also on the Boston Marathon bombings same thing happened two brothers radicalized. Also the San Bernardino shootings a husband and wife team that shot up the husbands office party. The Florida gay club shooting there was lots of twisted psychology behind that one, was he gay was he ashamed did he turn to Islam to avenge himself. I dunno but I know it is folly to think that there is any merit to condemming religion when as you say its man-made,  then why not condem mans' psychological problems as well.

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  7. If you want PC laced with fluffy kittens then Morrissey isn't your man. We all know he isn't backward in coming forward. Don't we? Well judging by the reaction from some of his fans maybe not. And that is not to say I think everyone should agree with him, but I feel disappointed how quickly some slag him off.
    Tensions are running high, but Billy Bragg is an eejit to compare Moz with Katie Hopkins. Morrissey has more intelligence & vigor in a single eyelash than she could ever dream about.

    Finally, I struggle with the teaching of religion in schools. In fact I struggle big time with religion.
    Thanks for blogging Rats.

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  9. God grant me patience. If I had “fans” like the embarrassingly naïve, semi-illiterate, no-brains, know-nothing, vacuum-of-knowledge encapsulated stragglers that poor Morrissey has on M-Solo, denouncing him, and denouncing their fandom for this most recent statement… I would be rolling my eyes to high heaven and back.

    And if I were Morrissey, which I am not, I would then post another FB statement, telling them all to make sure to not let the door hit them on their way out.

    I also find it interesting that I had to slog through 14 pages before I gave up, of puerile and mostly completely uneducated pseudo-political nonsense, and nowhere, in all of those 17 pages, has anyone mentioned the ongoing of persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

    I mention that this point has not even ever been mentioned – only because there are people accusing and blaming every single atrocity of terrorist violence that has ever happened, on everything from American foreign policy (and nothing but), to oft-alleged endemic racism, to mental illness, to displaced youths, and on anything and everything from having had eggs for breakfast to wearing blue socks.

    But it’s apparently not OK for anyone to say anything against radical Islam, or against the murder of little girls; the very poor argument in retort being that little Middle Eastern girls have also been previously murdered as well. It’s apparently not OK to say that murders are being committed in the name of Islam, OR that there even ARE Christians that are being butchered on a daily basis and being bombed to high heaven and back in the Middle East, - and who have been since the beginning of time. The sad truth is this isn’t ever mentioned, because most people don’t even know.

    I see ill-informed Americans. I see ill-informed Brits, and South Americans, and Europeans. Naïve, Western busybody do-gooders, doing no good anywhere, for anyone. I see people commenting and expressing very vocal opinions, based on “knowledge” they’ve gleaned about world affairs and political history from…apparently, Facebook and their MSN homepages. And from Hillary’s campaign. The only people who were ever “With Her”, were people whose understanding of “world affairs” extended as far as accepting anything she said without question – because most people aren’t bright enough to know anything outside of their own immediate house-to-work commute, or at best, the latest CNN or BBC headline.

    We have a very, very sad state of affairs in the Occident these days, and all manner of apologies continue to be made – by people who are frankly unqualified and uninformed enough to be able to make the even most basic political assertions, without sounding like the completely uneducated, sheltered, and provincial hee-haws that they are. Intellect and a sophisticated political understanding of world events, world history, and religious history is nowhere to be found. The Media is everyone’s best False God, and people’s DIS-understanding of what is going on around them, is as far as I can see, truly without end.

    To anyone looking in from the sidelines, don’t take your political bias from the media and from your friends. Equally, strive to be intelligent enough to not pick and choose your political stance or understanding of world events based on nothing but people like Uncle Skinny’s incessant bleating and random accusations and insults against anyone in his line of sight. There is zero content. Every time I’ve ever been on that site in my life and read his juvenile insults and ridiculously naïve diatribes, all I’ve ever felt is - extreme pity for his children. How embarrassing it must be to be related to such a bumbling oaf, who simply blinds everyone and everything in his shit-hued path, with his ever-misplaced and eternally glowing self-righteousness. It’s very sad especially, for all those who don’t know how to think for themselves. And that those numbers will only ever continue to grow, it goes without saying.

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  10. Misplaced political correctness is a sly, insidious foe. And one which people still fail to condemn, and use all of their energy to deny is as much of a contributor to the problem, - as is that diseased ideology which is the heart of the problem itself. Political correctness has been used and abused, and turned into a farce. A charade. And political correctness is now the mocking, lone squawking battle cry of the deaf, the dumb, and of the uninformed.

    It is not in Morrissey’s job description to have to enlighten people who couldn’t be bothered to take the time to enlighten themselves, about their own current geopolitical conditions and their own country’s economic maneuverings, or about the consequences of any given country’s foreign policy and its subsequent wider reaching international ramifications. Therefore, as I’m in a benevolent mood today – allow me to help on this note. The British power grid is owned by the French government. The rail network is owned by the German government. The Chinese government controls British nuclear power stations. And guess who owns all the property? Oh that’s right, the Arabs. So lest there’s anyone left who still thinks Britain has any real power in the world, let’s just say, they’re truly deluded beyond belief. Would you like to be fucked by Merkel? Step right this way. Oh, what’s that, you say? You’d actually prefer Macron? No problem at all! And you, Madame? You say you’ve been thinking about what it would be like to be suck some Arab cock? Well, I have excellent news for you today! You’ve already been doing so all along!

    Meanwhile, Trump is in Saudi Arabia being a sales rep for U.S. arms manufacturers, who make hundreds of billions of dollars out of peddling their arms to the Saudis. Then literally the same day, already bragging that he secured a $350 billion dollar deal in future sales. Peddling arms to the Saudis, the exact same as Hillary would have done, had she won. And the exact same as all of his predecessors have done, and as every British Prime Minister has likewise also done. The same Saudis, in the meantime, are funding the Islamic State. And it is the same Saudis who are arming them, and who are training the terrorists and funding their attacks, and yes, it is the same Saudis who are also spreading extremist propaganda throughout the Western world and building mosques throughout all of Europe.

    At the same time, we have unprecedented mass migration from Africa as well as from the Middle East, - with only the absolute most naïve of all the naïve, still claiming that we are dealing with a “refugee” crisis. The uninformed, unfortunately, always seem to have the collective loudest voice. However this is not a “refugee” crisis. Let’s be clear: this is Organized Mass Migration. Certain factions have already spent hundreds or millions of dollars, to ensure the success of this collective mass organized movement. You didn’t really think, that 3,000 – 5,000 people per day, every day, are being collected off the coast of Italy from their “sinking” dinghies, with people smugglers who just “happen” to have the Sicilian Coast Guard’s number saved on their mobile phones? Or that suddenly, all of Sudan and ALL of Somalia, and ALL of Eritrea, just all at once, got the idea to ALL suddenly come to Europe? These people lived in mud huts until last week, and hadn’t even heard of Europe. Soros should be in jail. Soros was also the one who financially backed, and thus ensured the most brutal war ever seen on European soil in modern history, in the former Yugoslavia. Nothing, nothing, NOTHING, is ever a coincidence. Of this, you can always be sure. But it’s very easy for the people’s False God (Media), to deflect all attention from what is really going on in the world, and to instead tell us to count how many buttons Obama has unbuttoned on his shirt on his current Tuscan golfing holiday, or to show us how Drippy Pippa is now married to An Even Bigger Drip.

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  11. Politicians, and the False God Media, are both controlled by people who are even more power hungry, and even bigger uncontrolled egomaniacs, than the mere public face of their orchestrations and the puppets (figureheads) at the end of their puppet-strings. Politicians want to keep the common man down, and to keep him line. That is all. There ARE implementable, viable solutions to some of these complicated situations, but I see no one, anywhere, even asking the right questions yet.

    The destabilization of the Middle East is certainly in the favor of the major Western superpowers, but make no mistake, the destabilization of Europe is also a very well calculated, VERY well financed, concerted collective effort. Merkel and Macron are pawns in the wider effort – while the general population knows nothing, and thinks the major political battles actually ARE, about which party is willing to spend to how much on healthcare, or what Drippy Pippa’s next Very Drippy Endeavor is going to be… need I go on?

    For people who are more intricately versed in world politics with a profound knowledge of world history, who are not just superficially familiar with what the West has done over the last 200 years, and who have a substantively more sophisticated grasp of what is really going on in the world geopolitically, it is certainly disconcerting, at best, to see the nonsense epithets continually being launched and lobbed, with Morrissey’s head as the favored target.

    I was happy to see, for a change, much support via certain outlets for Morrissey’s very short statement – whilst the dregs at the bottom of the proverbial pond, and at Solow, … well, let’s just say, - nothing lost there. In that knowledge, we can assuredly all sleep soundly.

    It was a very heartfelt and a wholly appropriate statement from Moz. How ANYBODY could criticize a statement, which was made in defence of dead children who died a horrific and violent murdered death in a public venue that so many of us have also been to – and a statement which was made in support of the victims, their families, and an entire city which is on its knees right now, is simply beyond understanding.

    Anyone who was directing their outrage anywhere other than at the fact that such backward inbred sewer rats caused such destruction and such unfathomable pain - with zero consequences, no less – should have their entire psychiatric state professionally reassessed. I’m also sorry Morrissey has to deal with such idiocy on such an absolutely perpetual basis.

    Sadly, no words can undo anything that has been done. But hopefully, the support and love extended can help cradle a city that has been rocked and devastated. Because that love and support extended, and some tender words, are the only way we have left to pay tribute to the innocent who were murdered.

    All hearts are definitely with Manchester right now.

    Cradled in the arms and in the bosom of a city that wanted to protect you. Sleep, sweetest children of this barren spring. You’ll know no more harm now.

    With Manchester in love and loss, today. In love eternal, ever


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyke9T9o7hY

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    1. Quite some statement, and with some very valid points.

      As for Uncle Skinny, his fan club are starting to turn on him. His terrorist apologist words are no longer impressing his audience. Skinny is becoming isolated. He needs to find his kindred spirit, Marcus - the man who ironically Skinny once accused of being behind MorrisseysWorld.

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    2. What a factual assessment of the situation. Unfortunately until the PC brigade stop their ridiculous denial, the situation will carry on escalating regardless. I've taken to finding my news on YouTube, actual footage. And this Don't Look Back in Anger bullshit pissed me right off today. What? Don't feel angered by this utter senseless act of pure evil. No thanks.

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    3. Also I feel that the media has failed to mention that most of the victims were female...

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    4. indeed that is quite interesting especially as I read alan greenspan warning on the collapse of the euro and all that would follow, I see you have the odd word spelt the American way or is that just a red herring ?.. anyway, I have to agree, the statement off Moz certainly rattled her maj and co, because today she cancelled the changing of the guard and arrived in Manchester (no doubt bullet proof car), of course we are all aware of the illuminate and rich and powerful men like the Rothchild family. a scary world indeed

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    5. I have to say, I've been shocked by the extreme level of opposition to Morrissey's truthful statement, especially from lifelong fans. If only people would realize there's so much more to know about and understand than what the media feeds them.

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    6. well said heather, the thing that puzzles me is that it is the truth, maybe he forgot about jo cox but still the level of abuse has been quite shocking

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    8. I realise It's so easy to play the blame game when it comes to global politics, but at least you have the scope to see the big picture: we are all slaves to weapons and oil. What takes guts is to figure out a reason to keep yourself alive and kicking. Which is why many cling to media entertainment, when that betrays their delicate sensibilities they sell tote bags that say "Shut up, Morrissey" while demamding their own opinions be heard. Good grief.

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    9. I realise It's so easy to play the blame game when it comes to global politics, but at least you have the scope to see the big picture: we are all slaves to weapons and oil. What takes guts is to figure out a reason to keep yourself alive and kicking. Which is why many cling to media entertainment, when that betrays their delicate sensibilities they sell tote bags that say "Shut up, Morrissey" while demamding their own opinions be heard. Good grief.

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  12. The comments such as I hope he gets cancer are beyond ridiculous. I'm disgusted at the overly politically correct brigade.
    I'm safe in the knowledge now that there will be more room at the front
    The horrid name calling of the keyboard brave
    I agree with all the above comments

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  13. colonel whiskers, could you tell us what the comment off our mozzer was.. just curious

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    1. The person who posted as Our Mozzer isn't Morrissey, it is the fraud who stole the MW website. Their viewpoint on anything is neither relevant nor welcome here, so hence the removal. I have also removed comments from 'Truth' and 'Concerned' because they too are just haters looking for a fight. They need to go to Solo, oh, whilst we go to waste in The Wrong Arms.

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  14. Child Heart pointed out very valid arguments especially about Soros and the role of Merkel and Macron. If only people can think and ponderate such complex situation before labeling someone else as a racist... but people are the same everywhere. Thank you Child Heart, you know very well the Italy and what's happening on Sicilian Coast, you said more than our Official News, good. 😘🐝🐝🐝🐝

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