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EntertainmentMorrissey slammed for latest outburst on 'racism'

04:40  26 june  2019
04:40  26 june  2019 Source:   covermg.com

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Some of his outbursts have drawn accusations of racism ; others, merely poor taste. And some are just funny. Here are Morrissey ’s most vicious disses 1985: Morrissey slams the charity group Band Aid and its co-founder. “Bob Geldof is a nauseating character. Band Aid was the most self-righteous

Morrissey : Racism and bigotry masquerading as animal welfare. Morrissey has jumped from the gutter into the sewer with his latest racist outbursts , which single out Muslims, Jews and Black and Asian politicians.

Morrissey slammed for latest outburst on 'racism'

Morrissey has sparked outrage again by defending his controversial support for far-right politicians, insisting it's normal to prefer your "own race".

The former The Smiths frontman, 60, has been disowned by many former fans over his support for Anne Marie Waters, the leader of the anti-Muslim party For Britain.

In an interview with his nephew Sam Esty Rayner, published on his MorrisseyCentral website, the Everyday is Like Sunday singer claimed he has been unfairly denounced as a racist.

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"The word (racism) is meaningless now," he said. "Everyone ultimately prefers their own race ... does this make everyone racist?"

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Love Music Hate Racism " Morrissey has jumped from the gutter into the sewer with his latest racist outbursts , which single out Muslims, Jews and It’s the latest in a line of Morrissey comments which draw a direct comparison between the sentience of people and animals. I didn’t take anything more

Morrissey can't exercise because of YOU: “I’d like to play sports and swim and so forth but such places are usually full of people holding iPhones, and of course, before you know it, there’s a shot of you on someone’s Facebook clinging to the parallel bars.”

Continuing his rant after claiming people turn every conversation towards racism, he added: "Diversity can't possibly be a strength if everyone has ideas that will never correspond. If borders are such terrible things then why did they ever exist in the first place? Borders bring order."

Morrissey slammed for latest outburst on 'racism' © Provided by Cover Media Ltd The rocker's latest comments have been denounced by Anglo-Indian musician Nitin Sawhney, who tweeted: "I used to like The Smiths. Mainly because @Johnny_Marr is an excellent guitarist but Morrissey was always an embarrassment. Hypocrital (sic) bigot, whose 'talent' extends to repeatedly warbling minor thirds over clever backing, has nothing to offer the world."

Others who slammed the star for his views included British comedian Adil Ray and the actor Samuel West.

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Morrissey , a vegetarian and animal rights advocate who last year abandoned the stage at the Coachella festival in California because of the smell of cooking meat, described the treatment of animals in His latest comments are not the first time the singer has provoked accusations of racism .

Last week, Morrissey made headlines in a divisive interview in which he discussed accusations of racism and alleged connections between Halal meat He later issued a new statement in which he said he “despised racism and racism ” and voiced his support for Muslims, while also advocating far

In the bizarre interview, Morrissey also attacked journalists from The Guardian, calling them "barely toilet-trained" and accused them of hypocrisy for denouncing him while still venerating the late David Bowie.

Morrissey slammed for latest outburst on 'racism' During his Thin White Duke phase in the mid-1970s, Bowie was reported to have expressed sympathy for fascism. However, he quickly denied this, claiming several "theatrical" comments were misunderstood, and later blamed the episode on his fragile mental state while battling drug problems.

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