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Morrissey: ‘Eating meat is as bad as paedophilia’

Apparently, according to batshit crazy musician Morrissey, eating meat is as bad as paedophilia.

Heh…just think of all those pedos eating meat on their prison BBQ.

Smiths singer Morrissey has said he sees ‘no difference’ between eating animals and paedophilia.

The incredible suggestion was shared in a Q&A session on his fan site – True To You.

The site allows fans to submit questions to the singer and Morrissey is said to answer each one personally.

On the site, Matthew from Preston asked, ‘Knowing that you are a loyal and proud vegetarian, I would like to ask you what is it that motivated you to stop eating meat for good?’

The answer read: ‘If you have access to You Tube, you should click on to what is called The video the meat industry doesn’t want you to see.

‘If this doesn’t affect you in a moral sense then you’re probably granite.

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Irony

? The Telegraph

This is true irony:

But where I feel most let down is that Cameron had led us to believe that his favourite album was The Queen is Dead, by The Smiths. That was an excellent choice, partly because it is a work of towering genius, partly because the Smiths are arguably the best band of their generation, and partly because it was fun to hear of the appalled reaction when those unreconstructed multi-millionaire old Lefties Morrissey and Marr were given the news. A furious Marr even tried to ban the PM from liking his music and promised that, as he (Marr, not Cameron) hates the Tories so much, he would get the Smiths back together if the Prime Minister undertook to resign.

Wrong Side Mr Morrissey

Morrissey has confirmed for me, categorically, that I am on the right side of the Falklands Islands issue…that of the winners. Morrissey on the other hand is on the side of losers…expect his music career to take a?precipitous?dive in the UK.

Outspoken British rocker Morrissey waded into the debate over the Falkland Islands during a concert in Argentina.

The former Smiths star performed a gig in Cordoba and he used the opportunity to address the ongoing issues over the disputed British-held region, insisting the Atlantic Ocean archipelago should belong to Argentina.

During the show, Morrissey addressed the islands by their Argentinian name, the Malvinas, and told the crowd: “You know of course the Malvinas Islands, everybody knows they belong to Argentina so please do not blame the British people, we know the islands belong to you”.

The star’s comments were met with loud cheers from the crowd and he then launched into a rendition of The Smiths’?Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want.

How?appropriate?that one of ?The Smiths compilation albums was call Hatful of Hollow.

English: The Argentine cruiser ARA General Bel...

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