Morrissey: Covers and Critics - new article by Fiona Dodwell

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Mar 3, 2019.

By Anonymous on Mar 3, 2019 at 11:05 AM
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    Saw new positive article

    Morrissey: Covers and Critics - Tremr
    By Fiona Dodwell

    Excerpt:

    The predictable newspaper articles come forward whenever Morrissey does anything, usually from the same stale suspects, where there seems to be an agenda to direct people from the music and towards half-baked criticisms and tired quotes from the mouths that journalists seem desperate to find berating words from.

    Just recently, The Guardian have tried to undermine California Son before it has even had a chance to hit record shops and streaming sites: the journalists there were already standing with their pens and swords, ready to swoop in to attempt to make empty digs at the artist.

    However, it no longer matters, do they not see that? For the articles have been coming from the pens of bitter journalists towards Morrissey almost as long as he has been releasing music – it's evident from the behaviour of the media in general that they do not like anybody who does not fit into their docile box of acceptable opinions and behaviours. They will have a long wait, it seems, if they expect him to change.


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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Mar 3, 2019.

    1. Ragdale Road
      Ragdale Road
      Where is this anti semitism in the Labour Party? Who is it they're doing it to? What does it all mean? I can't fathom out what the media are on about. Who's outrightly picking on Jewish people? It all seems rather odd and fantastical.
    2. Stephen Hofmann
      Stephen Hofmann
      Empirical evidence? Who the fuck do you think's doing all the murders in London atm? Pink fucking zebras? Get away with you.
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    3. gordyboy9
      gordyboy9
      follow the Glasgow model,it took ten years to stop gang culture and knife crime in Glasgow.the year before last not one person died from knife crime in Glasgow,the London mayor and heads of police have allbeen in Glasgow to see what they are doing right,but it will take years.
    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I will defend his belief that animals shouldn't be killed to be eaten.
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    5. Ragdale Road
      Ragdale Road
      I've been watching game of thrones recently and that's very gory and territorial and about stabbing people with swords. It's a very popular show. Any links to the recent rise in stabbings?
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    6. vegan cro spirit 222
      vegan cro spirit 222

      :handpointright::guardsman::handpointleft:, chill, just because Armotophobia, your new sucky incoherent song went south in
      about 10 min is no reason to get into an anti Moz jealous rage.:hand:
      :tiphat:
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    7. gordyboy9
      gordyboy9
      that's not a gang that's ross kemp interviewing the three musketeers.
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    8. reelfountain
      reelfountain
      The 'Glasgow model' would never work in London because they would never be allowed to fully implement it.

      One of the reasons why it was so successful in Glasgow is because the police were given full reign to stop and search, to harass known offenders and to kick down many doors. They came down hard on the whole gang thing. In London there's the delicate political issue of most gang members being black so it could never be rolled out without deafening screams of racism from all the usual troublemakers: Diane Abbott, David Lammy, local black 'community leaders' and of course a whole host of middle class white saviours.

      It would not be implemented with the same ferocity in London and therefore wouldn't work - because of political correctness. That's why whenever the Glasgow model is mentioned in London there's a curious sound of coughing and chins touching chests.
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    9. A scanty bit of thing
      A scanty bit of thing
      Sorry Raggy, you can’t use the word “outrightly” on this site until someone stumps up to buy rifke and 12” a proper dictionary for Christmas. One is fine, they can share.
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    10. reelfountain
      reelfountain
      Baseless witch hunts by the world's usual eternal victims tend to be a little fantastical yes. Absurd, bizarre and outright ludicrous are good words to describe them also.

      But the important thing is, these witch hunts actually work very effectively. Which I suppose is the scary part. Politics is a very dirty business.
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    11. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      For me King George’s Hall Blackburn :thumb:
      Crikey I thought that bouncing floor would give in and take us all down.

      Benny-the-British-Butcher :greatbritain::knife:
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    12. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      G’wan... shake your fist and mutter at the clouds, cave-dweller. You’re full of lip but you’re tripping over your fucking clown shoes, son.
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    13. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      In London there's a pattern here... nothing to do with mental issues but race.’

      I believe a person has to be mentally disturbed to cause harm to someone else.
      So yes, mental issues.

      Every street stabbing or shooting in London is perpetrated by a young black male.’

      ‘Every’ ? Every ?!

      You sir, are .... :crazy::crazy::crazy:.



      Morrissey would be ashamed to know you call yourself a fan of his work.



      Anyways,


      always remember.....



      BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL






      :cool:




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    14. bhops
      bhops
      I'm sure the 'every' part was a little hyperbole but there is clearly a problem with stabbings in London right now and it does seem to be coming overwhelmingly from a particular ethnicity. I happen to think it is only once you acknowledge a problem that you can solve it. I don't think it's racist to cite something that is statistically true. By pinpointing a problem you then have the ability to say, 'OK now lets work on a solution.'

      Is that unreasonable?'
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    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      ^This daft wee cunt is in here usurping quotes from the orange clown’s basist garbage as a means of propping up his complete and utter cognitive void.

      ^^This daft wee cunt right here is typical of the reason that access to Plan-B should be free and universal.

      Shit-talking clowns. Never had the quid or desire to pop outside their bubble and see how the real world works.
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    16. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Hey Chip! Your mom and dad just called to ask why you’re not at the reunion.

      [​IMG]
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    17. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      Yes, reasonable.

      Desperate people that are put into desperate situations. Mental issues and turning to the wrong people that will steer them into more trouble, turning to these people online or in their broken community because their options (if they have any) were not serving/welcoming or they did not have the resources to help or even have a way to understand in order to help.

      We live in a society that is not conscious enough of those around them that may need help, to be aware and sensitive enough to read the signs.

      Hell, it’s survival. We all live in our own self constructed bubbles to protect our human frailty. It’s difficult to see outside of our fears to reach out to help or to even ask for help.



      We are ALL .. GUILTY.



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    18. bhops
      bhops
      Mass killings I can go with when it comes to 'mental issues,' one-off gang related stabbings I'm not sure I'm prepared to put into the same basket.
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    19. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      From a river the colour of lead to this.

      Keep it real, bitches. ;)

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    20. Ketamine Sun
      Ketamine Sun
      Not the same basket, agree. But to take part in gang violence, to have a gang mentality, well, I don’t believe one could be thinking clearly and does have mental issues, maybe not on the same spectrum as a suicide bomber, but I’m sure it wouldn’t be to difficult to draw comparisons between the two mental states needed to carry out such actions.

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