Get some perspective. The way you come off through your messages (including those as aurore george), I've actually lost some respect for the man I think Morrissey must be to keep such a puerile and impetuous girl by his side.
I don't understand why you have to insult Morrissey's fans here by calling them childish morons and cowards, especially when you're just as blameworthy as anyone you point your finger at, if not more. If it weren't for these fans, morons or not, Morrissey would be nothing. What's an artist without his or her fans? For a long time now the fans' waiting and yearning has been met with nothing but silence, both commercially and personally from Morrissey. I think most sensible people understand that this is just the way things go in the real world, as Morrissey is a human being with a life first before he's a slave to his diminishing legions. When seemingly out of the blue there's news of a DVD release, the news is met understandably with a great deal of excitement and anticipation. Then, again suddenly and seemingly out of the blue, Morrissey issues a statement condemning the sale of the DVD, which surprises and disappoints many people. I don't think it's a mystery as to why people may feel hurt or angry. Most people here don't seem to be from the industry, and they're manifestly not Morrissey's personal friends. They're fans. And fans want releases, any form of communication from their artists. You seem to have missed all this. I understand that some of the initial words on this website may have seemed harsh, but they were no harsher or more unsympathetic than your messages (as Wendy Wu or aurore george).
It's only natural that people would exaggerate their sentiments during heated moments, and it's not only childish but moronic to judge people based upon their words during these moments. Isn't it ironic that the one who accuses people of being childish morons aptly models this specific behaviour herself?
You write, "Nor is [my message] for those who believe [Morrissey] is infallible and follow blindly," yet everything in your messages suggest that you again are guilty of your very own condemnation. You impugn sycophancy, then extol people like Tibby, who, no offence, must be about 14 and says things like "I love Mozzer more than life!!!" So when is it all right to be a sycophant and when is it not? Because I think some of us would like to know in order to do it with your approval.
Why don't you step down from your offensive high horse and stop insulting Morrissey's fans with pejoratives and condescension. You might also want to start thinking about what your positions really are on all your hysterical anti-Morrissey paranoia. You seem to think that because a fan says what he or she does while "knowing NOTHING about him" a fan has no right to say any thing at all--when you don't agree with what's said, that is. I'm sure Tibby knows no more about Morrissey than any of the anonymous people you hate so much, yet you seem to have no problem with Tibby's fulsome words. Has it ever occurred to you that really most people here know little about Morrissey, especially compared to what his friend would know? Does that mean only you have the right to speak your mind? Really, it's not the fans who should be understanding of the mechanics of fandom but the artists (and these artists' friends). Get over it for God's sake. If it bothers you so much, don't come to a public place where opinions are exchanged. And let's remember, first and foremost, people are here because they are Morrissey's fans. Even if sometimes people complain, they're here because they're fans first. Try to remember this patent fact in the future.
I think the best thing for you to do is either sink back into the safety of incognito until you grow up, or just shut up entirely because, to me anyhow, you've done more harm to Morrissey's image than anything any fan has written on this website. I think maybe you should start thinking about him before you start writing such dopey messages on the internet. If you can judge men by the company they keep, things don't look very good for Morrissey right now. If you're out to argue with every dissenting voice, then you're in for a lot of headaches. Coming to the largest Morrissey fan page on the net and calling people morons doesn't strike me as the smartest behaviour. For someone who seems to enjoy calling people f*cking idiots and useless morons, you kind of come off like a f*cking idiot moron yourself. Aurore George? Curious George is more like it.