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Thursday, 7 June 2018

Thursday June 7 2018 - Hidden in plain sight (The real and proper Day 2458)

On Monday May 28 Our Mozzer (as @Alfsbutton) tweeted, "Free Tommy Robinson". I wrote about the tweet the following day on this wonderful blog of mine. The real Morrissey had NEVER made mention in public of the broadcaster/political activist, Tommy Robinson.

On Tuesday June 5 a new Morrissey interview was published on Tremr.com - the interview was conducted by Fiona Dodwell. In the interview Morrissey stated, "It's very obvious that Labour or the Tories do not believe in free speech... I mean, look at the shocking treatment of Tommy Robinson."

Coincidence? YESSSSS!

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TOMMY ROBINSON - FIRST MENTIONED BY MORRISSEY ON TWITTER AS ALFSBUTTON


On Thursday February 1 2018 Our Mozzer (as @DawnTheSecond) tweeted about Paloma Faith's voice as follows, "I do not think it's a voice. More a distressed chime. Or am I describing myself? One can hardly tell these days. I blame the sound of the lighthouse seagulls." I wrote about the tweet the following day on this mesmerizing blog of mine. The real Morrissey had NEVER made mention in public of 'seagull sound'.

In the interview published on Tuesday, Morrissey stated, "I don't think I sound like anyone else, and this is often a traumatic problem... because modern music and modern radio must have a common seagull sound".

Coincidence? YESSSS!

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Morrissey continues to tweet whilst hidden in plain sight, but will anyone who hasn't already realised sit up and take note following these latest 'coincidences'? NO, of course not!

This latest interview is one of the best ones in years, with lots of wit and lots of good quotes, but all that anyone seems interested in discussing online is Morrissey's heinous crime of mentioning the name, Tommy Robinson; a mention that expressed NO opinion whatsoever about Robinson himself or what he stands for, Morrissey merely stated that treatment of Robinson had been shocking, which indeed it has been - in fact so shocking that over half a million people have signed a petition insisting he be released from prison.

The online 'news' outlets and the Social Justice Warriors who have spent the past 48 hours screaming hysterically, "racist, racist, racist" in Morrissey's direction are repeating their behaviour from last October, when Morrissey happened to mention the name Anne Marie Waters; again without actually mentioning at that stage whether he supported her or not. Have we really reached the point where you can't actually say somebody's name without it being presumed that you support that person. If this is the case, anyone who dares to utter the name Adolf Hitler or Beryl Reid is, by the definition of the press and SJWs, a supporter.

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What is interesting is that Morrissey is currently under attack equally by both the right wing press and the left wing press, which pretty much gives the conclusion that his views are central - which is probably one of the reasons why he named his website Morrissey Central. In the interview with Ms Dodwell, Morrissey states, "I don't think the word 'racist' has any meaning any more, other than to say "you don't agree with me, so you're a racist." People can be utterly, utterly stupid." It's true of course, and those people he was referring to have once again proven his point.

Also in the interview Morrissey ridicules the press for snobbery and the tiresome headline of 'Bigmouth Strikes Again'; which is wheeled out every single time he says something new, and right on cue, the snobby sounding Sebastian Murphy-Bates yesterday published a piece for the Daily Mail with the headline, 'Bigmouth Strikes AGAIN!'..... it's all so VERY dull, dull, dull.

Quite a lot of people jumped on the anti-Morrissey bandwagon yesterday, including the lead singer of The Charlatans, Tim Burgess, who tweeted, "The irony of Morrissey being a gammon." Gammon is a modern day insult which is used by those who 'think' they are on the left of the political spectrum, to insult people who they see as racist, white, middle-aged men who voted to leave the EU. The best comeback to Burgess's 'gammon' tweet came from Morrissey impersonator, Paul Freeyourself (@Viva__Morrissey) who replied to Burgess, "You do realise that you insulting Morrissey is like an extra from Hollyoaks insulting Laurence Olivier?".

I must confess, I am disappointed in Burgess, I thought he was one of the was more intelligent ones. I was wrong - The irony of Burgess being a charlatan.


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BURGESS - HOLLYOAKS EXTRA

Whilst on the subject of Paul Freeyourself; who Our Mozzer has mentioned a few times in parody pieces, it was brought to my attention the other day that Paul is a fan of FTM, so yesterday I tweeted him to see if he believed it was the real Morrissey interacting with us. He doesn't!....which goes to show how little he knows.

And whilst on the subject of Morrissey tribute acts, one of the more bizarre Twitter accounts to turn on Morrissey yesterday was @TheSmythsUk - a Smiths tribute band. The Smyths posted a tweet to distance themselves from Morrissey, and suggested that people, "just remember The Smiths as they were". The tweet was later deleted when it obviously dawned on someone in the band that they could lose their livelihood by taking an anti-Moz stance. The question is though, what sort of people would wish to make money on the back of someone they deem to be racist? It is bad enough that The Smyths are foolish cunts, but to be hypocritical parasitical cunts as well makes them the lowest of the low. I have seen The Smyths play on many occasions, but NEVER again.

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THE SMYTHS - HYPOCRITICAL, PARASITICAL, JUDAS CUNTS

There was a lot of anger on Twitter yesterday, as Morrissey fans and ex-Morrissey fans battled it out. At one point we even had The Smyths and Paul Freeyourself at each others' throats, which made for mild entertainment.

Another person to attack Morrissey was mobile DJ, Dave Haslam who; as I reported last month, has released a book which he is using Morrissey's name to promote - another Judas parasite. Haslam was delighted to report on Twitter yesterday that Shelagh Delany's daughter, Charlotte (@charmalotta) had tweeted the following about Morriseey, "He better not nick any more of my mum's dialogue....she wouldn't like it." Shelagh is, of course, dead, so Charlotte has no idea whether her mother would like Morrissey using lines from her work. She certainly didn't mind when she was alive, and one would like to think that Shelagh would have shown more intelligence around the subject of Morrissey than her easily influenced daughter is currently showing.


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CHARLOTTE DELANY - NOT HER MOTHER


Our old friend GOB (Sabine Maltby @GirlOnBike1102) was another one who couldn't help but put the boot into Mozzer, and when I pointed out to her that she was once again making a fool of herself, she blocked me.....AGAIN! When I tweeted to say that I had been blocked by her, Morrissey (as @Alfsbutton) replied, "Sie oder ihr Sohn?", which is German for, "She or her son?" I have to say that I burst out laughing as I read the translation because Mozzer was referring to the time GOB had a big fall-out with Morrissey (as Broken) back in 2014, when she called him a fag; which she later tried to deny by suggesting her young son had hacked into her Twitter account. He's a funny bloke is Mozzer.

A parody piece was written about 'Fag-gate' by Broken in the comments section of Day 868 - it is very amusing.

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MOZZER - FUNNY BLOKE

I wonder if Morrissey is immune to all this nonsense by now. It must hurt him when he sees people turn on him when he has done absolutely nothing wrong. Maybe he just laughs at such idiocy.

So many people were discussing Morrissey on Twitter yesterday that he became the 7th most discussed trending subject. The only comment made by Our Mozzer to any of the many fools was at 10pm last night, when he replied to a singer called James Kennedy (@JamesKennedyUK); who I must confess, I have never heard of. Kennedy accused Morrissey of saying, "redundant, needlessly provocative & offensive things", to which Moz (as @Alfsbutton) replied, "I've been saying things outside of the norm for decades. Am I offensive? Only for the easily offended." Kennedy didn't reply - well what could he say? What can any of these fools say?

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JAMES KENNEDY - YET ANOTHER MISGUIDED FOOL

Ricky Dan (@nothappysad75) reinforced OM's tweet to James Kennedy by adding, "And the brainwashed". Ricky Dan's role in this story is to argue that Alf isn't Morrissey, not to join him in battle! He really is a contradictory old thing.    


There were two contenders yesterday for tweet of the day. The first one was from the previously mentioned Morrissey impersonator , Paul Freeyourself, who in reply to me asking him if he believed that the person we interact with on Twitter was the real Morrissey, replied that he didn't like to see people impersonate Morrissey. Oh, the irony. I felt compelled to point out to Paul that he himself impersonates Morrissey and he replied, "It's an easy mistake to make, but in actual fact I don't. I don't sign bad cheques in his name, nor do I extort money out of lonely housewives on the internet by pretending I'm Morrissey, I occasionally get up onstage and sing his songs dressed a bit like him, that's all." And they call me deluded!



PAUL FREEYOURSELF (FRONT) - NOT AN IMPERSONATOR!

The second contender for tweet of the day yesterday came from a Twitter user called Rachel Cosens (@Rachel_Cosens) who was replying to a tweet from the incredibly forgettable Reverend & The Makers (@Reverend_Makers); a band who once had a solitary Top 10 hit a number of years ago, who had tweeted that, "Morrissey is a proper cock isn't he". Rachel replied, "Yep. Always thought The Smiths would have been better without him too." And that, ladies and gentlemen, just about sums up how mad everyone has become lately.

42 comments:

  1. ok my bit for what it is worth.. old mozzer will be laughing his head off at how stupid people can be, I wouldn't mind betting that he knew the outcry would follow once he mentioned Tommy Robinson, Moz will as always be just fine, so don't worry about old mozzer.. the thing that I cant get my head around is the fact that Robinson was whisked away and found guilty quicker than guy fawkes was back in the day.. anyway when a number of people tweeted the establishment line of " he could influence the trial " by filming outside court, I mentioned that the bbc filmed Cliff, Rolf etc etc and that was not deemed contempt of court, now those people obviously realised that me the colonel, Moz etc had a point, but would they admit it, would they f**k.. the reply was.. well there wasn't one it was silence, no tweet telling me I was wrong etc. what a sad state of affairs, Moz will as always carry on telling it as he sees it and if people don't like it.. well you can guess the rest

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  2. This age is one big upside down thing. Maybe it is the fault of (social) media that makes it easy for people to ventilate so quickly. Without checking thoughts, facts and using common sense. That last interview, and all people can talk about is the TR comment and oh, Morrissey is eating a kids menu. Sigh... As if some never learned to read and listen properly. Reading one word makes some go to completely, can I say, misplaced ideas? Analytical and critical thinking should be a mandatory course at school. And the ability to divide important from not so important information.
    It was an interesting (and tragic) week, where I also discovered I didn't think it was odd at all to read words in the interview which can be found in tweets of certain accounts. :)


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  3. I love that picture of M and what it implies . I’m glad you covered the GOB comment I was a little lost thank you for clearing that up. I enjoyed Paul Freeyourself stating he doesn’t impersonate M. My god what has happened to our world? And M’s diet really? I doubt that’s alll he eats ...who exactly lists their entire daily dietary intake ? What about condiments ..do they cause racism? Truly ridiculous. Im sure M will be fine he has been through this storm many times before and it won’t be the last. I do hope he knows the ones who truly support him and always have his back . He will always be a controversial figure who speaks his true self and we adore him for it . Thanks Ratty for the blog I’ll always have your back too.

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  4. “There is a Blog that will never gO Out...”

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  5. I wonder why so many M fans have not caught on to this blog and the fact (well...I'm 96.3% sure myself) he is on Twitter. I've given this some serious thought:
    1. They're too old and don't know what a Twitter is.
    2. They're too shy to hit the follow button.
    3. They faint every time he tweets.
    4. They follow him, but don't know what to say.
    5. They're afraid of being blocked (I was blocked by a singer of Irish descent...GAO).
    I'm the neophyte here so I really don't know why more people aren't participating. This may be my last time commenting on your blog if there are less than 20 comments. *eyes welling up* It was fun while it lasted. It seems like I'm always late to the party. *teardrop falls*

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    2. It seems that we recently had a discussion regarding why so few believe that M is here amongst us, so please forgive me if I'm being redundant. While all of your points may be valid, Vérité, the main reason for low numbers has been the prevailing group-think mentality that the idea of M doing such a thing is too absurd to consider. So the majority of fans have missed out on the fun, choosing instead to follow the herd mentality and ridicule those of us who are here. Interestingly, as Rat has pointed out, the fans who have ridiculed tend to be the same 'fans' who have jumped on the 'Moz is a racist' bandwagon. Because we've been met with so much resistance on our 7-year journey here, it's encouraging to see some new faces in our midst recently, so I'd like to say welcome to the newcomers. It's encouraging to see that independent thought isn't completely dead.

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    3. Thank you heathercat for welcoming me. I agree that most people don't know how to think for themselves. I would think that anyone who claims to be a Morrissey fan would not think that it's an absurd thing. He's not a god, he's a human being. We know he does a lot of reading and writing. We know he has a sense of humor. He's not somewhere in a dark room turning a lamp on & off like Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction. He's been telling everybody who he is for 30+ years. He couldn't be more transparent. How is it that I've only known about him for 6 months and I'm here? What makes me so different? What makes us so different?

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  7. Is it honestly surprising to anyone to see that the quality of intelligent conversation has diminished in recent years? Of course this translates to music tupac warned us years ago that the genre of music would become more and more simplistic Rap not your thing ? Same goes for modern literature which has become more and more recycled clichés. The agenda is going as planned and you're following along as you should be, As you are told to until eventually having an original thought is considered criminal. It will be that way soon enough. Also did no one else see the article in NME about how Morrisseys "behaviour" is somehow connected to his diet? Like what the actual f#*@ ? Apparently, unless you eat omega-3 fatty oils specifically from fish then you are deficient mentally, just sounds like a carnivore reaching to sound superior.

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    1. What an utterly absurd article. Is this for real?! It's like they can't understand the concept of someone actually having independent ideas, so they attempt to make sense of it through M's diet (all the while condemning vegetarianism, saying it isn't 'natural'). 'Journalism' continues to sink to new depths...

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    2. It really is mind boggling.
      On a slightly related subject, you never see the media reporting that praying isn't natural, and yet if man (it's never women) hadn't invented gods and religion, no one would naturally pray. Has anyone EVER witnessed an animal praying?

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    3. There is no great wisdom I can bestow on you that would end this conversation with both parties satisfied simply because we have opposing beliefs. Why man made religion? Who can say, but I have a good idea it was to control women who bring new life into the world, a quality men lack. Have I ever seen an animal pray? No Why should they, animals are perfect in their nature We are the abominations really, I blame the annunaki lol

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    4. I think religion started out with the best intentions. I wouldn't even call it religion but an acknowledgement of something more powerful than us humans. Not a god made in our image but a creator/force/mother nature/science (whatever you want to call it) that has allowed us to walk this earth and given us everything we need to live. "Religion" was our way of saying thank you.

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    5. I like that idea. If religion was merely people saying thank you to Mother Nature, I wouldn't have a problem with it, but the truth is, most religions are all about praying to a male form. It's all bullshit.

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  8. Rats, I hope you and Manclad are right about Moz being able to laugh at the uproar. I personally haven't been very amused as I've become more and more appalled by people's stupidity and what their reaction says about the current state of our society. With TR's unjust imprisonment and record shops deciding to stop selling M's records, it seems the Orwellian state has truly arrived, with the thought police banning any thought that doesn't conform to what has been deemed acceptable. I hate to ask, where do we go from here?

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  9. Viva FTM! One of the few enjoyable pages left for Mozfans. Keep up the good work!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words. What is your story, Wolfie? Where have you sprung from?

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    2. You are welcome! My story: Born in Sweden, lived in Norway for over 20 years now. Musiclover from early years. Dolls, Bolan, Bowie, Iggy etc Much into the punk/new wave/postpunk scene. Discovered the greatness of Morrissey/The Smiths quite late, mid 90’s.
      In contrast to many others my admiration for him and his music just keeps growing. Have only seen him twice. Stavanger 2016 and Brixton in march. Tickets booked for both Dalhalla and Helsinki.

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    3. And how did you find this blog and our little band of outsiders? Do you believe it is the real Morrissey on Twitter?

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    4. I think i googled some concertdetails after Brixton and your blog came up, since then i’ve been reding it. Still have much to catch up on. And yes, the Tombstonepicture convinced me.

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    5. Even putting aside all the hundreds of 'coincidences' contained within this blog, I can't really see how anyone could explain that 'mutter/tombstone' tweet as a stand alone piece of evidence that it is the work of Moz. There are coincidences, and there are coincidences, but THAT....

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    6. I have noticed a lots of them in your blog, but the tombstone one was the first i’ve seen in realtime.

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    7. Yes, it makes a big difference when you witness it happen as opposed to reading about it. When I first stumbled across the MorrisseysWorld blog I read of lots of things that had happened, but didn't believe what I read - I only became convinced when I witnessed it live.

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  10. patti smith, when talking about rock and roll nigger, said something along the lines of it's not about racism, its about respect, and she isn't what she is (singer, poet, artist) to be respectful. "artists are here to disturb the peace" etc. etc.
    see you in manchester.

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    1. What was the reaction to this song? Was it what she expected?

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    2. I love Patti Smith, such respect for her as an artist. Recommend her book 'Just Kids' all about her relationship with the artist Robert Mapplethorpe

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  11. Great blog Rat. We learn this week that the world are indeed, full of crashing bores. We have all tried to reason with the loony left and failed. Our Mozzer continues to break boundaries and stand proud for the working class. And whatever happens Moz, we love you! #BecauseWeMust. MozzaKev

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  12. Dear Rat, I'm not the only one who loves Morrissey mainly because he's the most genuine and smart person in this sad hypocrital world. His interview was honest, truthful, without the attempt to gain easy endorsement and, quite predictable, instantly the scapegoating started! Does it mean? No, not at all even if the hater had a ton of likes and retweet. Have you read about Anthony Bourdain? In his profile there was an only word: Enthusiast! He was endorsed and praised more than anyone else, he wrote disprectful tweet against every people with critical opinions about the metoo, against Morrissey too, he committed suicide, he was depressed, I think it's enough for saying public approval, likes, endorsements or backlash, lynch mob and hate on socials are irrelevant, the braveness and the talent are relevant things and Morrissey is brave and talented for sure!👍🏻❤️💚💙💜😘

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    1. So sad to hear about Bourdain, at least he went to France to end it, seems poetic really. As Oscar Wilde once wrote, "When good Americans die, they go to Paris"
      Au revoir

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  13. There are only 19 comments, 20 by now! Have a nice week end you all!😍

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  14. There's a lot of doubt as to whether Oscar Wilde actually said:

    “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken"

    But regardless of what clever person first came up with it, never a truer word has been said. We are all unique individuals with our own views, thoughts, perspectives, likes, dislikes.

    What I love about Morrissey is that he's never pretended to be anyone else, he is his own, authentic self, true to himself and unapologetically forthright in giving his opinions.

    Do I agree with everything he says? No. But that doesn't mean I don't respect his right to have those views or condemn him outright with a nonsensical and disrepectful label

    As a relative newcomer to Morrissey fan pages, unofficial Facebook appreciation groups and chat forums, I've been horrified about the amount of vitriol and sheer nastiness that his so-called 'fans' level at each other and him. Why are they like that? And why lurk there trolling those who genuinely love Morrissey's art?

    I enjoy reading FTM and appreciate the work that goes into it. I don't really comment but I'm here reading, following the posts and smiling away as I quietly sip my gin.

    Thank you for what you do and thank you to Morrissey for being you and singing your life x

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    1. Thank you for posting. Please post more.

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    2. You're welcome ratty and kind of you to say. I recently asked a perfectly reasonable question on 'So low' and got a shitty reply. I'm a sensitive soul and don't have the thick skin necessary to deal with the unthinking, knuckle-dragging trolls x

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  15. Am I too late to comment? Told you my twitter was fcuked.

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    1. oh detective GWO, where have you been, your story wears thin, they have internet caffs etc, etc. I might have to give you lines after school

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  16. ok have we got the 20.. I don't know some people have a right bleedin ego, aargghhh I feel sick, I just caught sight of Tyson fury in underwear (don't ask)

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    1. now that reminds me of a four none blondes song.. and I sing hey yeah yeah...

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    2. Don't you mean Marvin Gaye?

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    3. nah, i'm far too trendy to like marvin

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