Morrissey Central "2 Years Ago" (April 20, 2020)

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Morrissey's left nut

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Let’s give those that happen to be Chinese that don’t treat animals cruelly the day off.


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And let’s give all people regardless of what they are or where they’re from that don’t treat animals cruelly our blessings.
Ching chong china flu! See! I'm just harping on the few! Why would anybody get any other idea?
 
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Anonymous

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Is City & United still sectarian? I thought the demographics & the neutral symbols had erased that difference?

Well anyway, it's not bothering Sam.
Yes.
United are Jewish owned and City Muslim owned.
 

The Chameleon

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Was just commenting on how thick people are to believe that Morrissey
was talking about all Chinese people
when in fact he was clearly speaking with the interviewer on the the subject of those that participate in cruelty towards animals in China.
Poor helpless naive Morrissey fumbling around with words, unable to say what he means and having what he actually said taken as what he meant to say. Something like that? "Subspecies" is the clue here.
And sometimes you want to say that he deliberately made a provocative statement and that otherwise this issue wouldn't be as well known as it is. That seems to be the opposite interpretation.
Because if he had said "the people that do this aren't human" and left out "Chinese" and "subspecies" that might have been more accurate to your interpretation but it wouldn't have gotten the attention it did and we wouldn't still be talking about it.
He also said, "In China, cats and dogs are skinned alive for the fur industry. Come, come, nuclear bomb" (2005)

I wonder if the bomb he had in mind would only annihilate those who were a subspecies while those Chinese who he wasn't thinking of would be spared?
 
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Poor helpless naive Morrissey fumbling around with words, unable to say what he means and having what he actually said taken as what he meant to say. Something like that? "Subspecies" is the clue here.
And sometimes you want to say that he deliberately made a provocative statement and that otherwise this issue wouldn't be as well known as it is. That seems to be the opposite interpretation.
Because if he had said "the people that do this aren't human" and left out "Chinese" and "subspecies" that might have been more accurate to your interpretation but it wouldn't have gotten the attention it did and we wouldn't still be talking about it.
He also said, "In China, cats and dogs are skinned alive for the fur industry. Come, come, nuclear bomb" (2005)

I wonder if the bomb he had in mind would only annihilate those who were a subspecies while those Chinese who he wasn't thinking of would be spared?


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FC , could you be kind enough to explain exactly
what this means:handpointdown:

And sometimes you want to say that he deliberately made a provocative statement and that otherwise this issue wouldn't be as well known as it is. That seems to be the opposite interpretation.
Because if he had said "the people that do this aren't human" and left out "Chinese" and "subspecies" that might have been more accurate to your interpretation but it wouldn't have gotten the attention it did and we wouldn't still be talking about it.
 

Ketamine Sun

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Poor helpless naive Morrissey fumbling around with words, unable to say what he means and having what he actually said taken as what he meant to say. Something like that? "Subspecies" is the clue here.
And sometimes you want to say that he deliberately made a provocative statement and that otherwise this issue wouldn't be as well known as it is. That seems to be the opposite interpretation.
Because if he had said "the people that do this aren't human" and left out "Chinese" and "subspecies" that might have been more accurate to your interpretation but it wouldn't have gotten the attention it did and we wouldn't still be talking about it.
He also said, "In China, cats and dogs are skinned alive for the fur industry. Come, come, nuclear bomb" (2005)

I wonder if the bomb he had in mind would only annihilate those who were a subspecies while those Chinese who he wasn't thinking of would be spared?

Getting attention for the subject of animal cruelty is the only thing that matters to an animal rights activist regardless of how it’s done.

Giving a voice to the voiceless.


It’s not rocket science.



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