In the voices section, there is a person giving his views concerning the fact that Morrissey is touring the UK.I don't see to be able to share it sorry.
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Everyone is entitled to their opinion an all that... but you'd have hoped a chief business commentator had a much longer list of things Britain does not need right now before he go to Morrissey.
James Moore is The Independent’s chief business commentator and a columnist for Independent Voices. He writes daily for the title’s business section on business, finance and economics. His regular Voices columns, usually on Thursdays and Saturdays, cover a wide range of issues including politics, the rights of disabled people and his own disability, education and health.
England is in the midst of a terrible economic crisis where people can’t afford to pay to heat their homes, put petrol in their cars to get to work, and more food banks than ever are necessary to keep even people in full time employment fed, but Morrissey daring to sing some songs to paying fans who want to hear them is the problem?
Whoever wrote this article needs to gain some perspective. Take a look at all the political upheavals, wars & famines & dictators & mass shootings & a million other awful things which are making life into such a struggle for the vast majority of people & stop desperately trying to pin the blame on a pop singer who….committed which crime exactly? Asking people to at least read the policies of a party who were for tighter border controls & treating animals better?
The immigration numbers in the U.K have been out of control for years. The home office stated this themselves back in 2012, saying that they needed to be significantly reduced. 10 years later they haven’t been reduced at all. All they did was start charging people huge fees for visa applications & turned the whole situation into a more lucrative business.
But when Morrissey, or anybody else, suggests that it might be to the detriment of our country, they are branded an evil racist.
Japan, for example, have very strict & controlled measures in place regarding immigration but nobody calls them a bunch of racists.
Morrissey is an easy target because he has always refused to explain himself or cower & apologise: something which is increasingly rare in this day & age.
Anyway, I can’t wait to see him live later this year. Long may Morrissey keep on keeping on whilst all the spiteful bores cry into their wet flannels.
Because the well-loved Marr’s legendary stature and sterling reputation represents what Morrissey could have had. Instead, Moz is a pariah.Why does the mere mention of Johnny Marr's name get the usually right wing suspects in such a tizzy? Never mind what anyone says, just go and enjoy the concerts with like minded people.