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Are some victims of terrorism somehow guilty? Morrissey appears to think so given his ludicrous trolling of the Oslo massacre.Innocent looking people.
At no point did Moz suggest that the victims of the Norway massacre did not deserve respect. He merely suggested that maybe our instinct to pick up a weapon and kill - and slaughter - is an instinct that the human race should aspire to overcome.So the children of Texas deserve respect in death by terrorism but...not the children of Norway?
Morrissey's comments on the Oslo massacre by Brievik will come back to haunt him upon the release of 'Bonfire Of Teenagers'.
We may never know. We could assume the song speaks for Morrissey, can that be it? and it may speak for those that knew the victims too (?) maybe in the same way you used art, the words from ‘Yes, I am Blind’ to express yourself above.I don't know how I feel about that song snippet/collage. So hard to watch, such a tragic killing of beautiful children with their lives barely begun, a lovely cover version, and maybe it's ok because Patty Rodriguez originally posted it, but why did Messages From Moz post it.
Well that wouldn’t be any fun. I mean, if we assumed it was posted for the right reasons, then it wouldn’t give some of us the chance to point out what we imagine is wrong with Morrissey and ‘right’ about ourselves and others.A site that posts every and any mention of Moz and The Smiths. If it was posted for the right reasons then OK,
but maybe Moz could have posted a line or two about his sympathy for the lovely children and their grieving relatives.
What I've never understood is that the 'right to bear arms' clearly already has limits - I don't think American citizens are allowed to carry submachine guns, rocket launchers or tactical nukes - so why not limit allowable 'arms' to something slightly less lethal. Like, I dunno, spud guns or airguns or something you can't use to shoot up a school?so sad that 21 children and adults have died due to a culture that is driven by guns and what makes it even worse is that the government are powerless to do anything about it.
the right to bear arms was invented when they had muskets,single shot and about a minute to re-load,fast forward 200 years and now they have light machine guns which can shoot hundred of rounds in a minute.
Unless you are very hungry. And man can be hungry for many things.yes, though I don’t believe it’s a human ‘instinct’ to pick up a weapon or kill.
It's a primary need that needs to be addressed by showing alternatives to killing and raping.But what is this ‘hunger’ ? Is it an ‘instinct’?
If this hunger is a problem, then how can it be addressed without harming another?
interesting comment, that I do agree with in someway. But are guns the problem or the people that use them? Are guns the problem or the society that creates the people that use them? People that do such things are mentally ill, how did they become the way they have, to do what they have? What is the root of the problem?
A mixture of both I suppose, maybe background checks and banning automatic rifles are the answer.
You are Camille Vasquez of Morrissey-solo.comWe may never know. We could assume the song speaks for Morrissey, can that be it? and it may speak for those that knew the victims too (?) maybe in the same way you used art, the words from ‘Yes, I am Blind’ to express yourself above.
Well that wouldn’t be any fun. I mean, if we assumed it was posted for the right reasons, then it wouldn’t give some of us the chance to point out what we imagine is wrong with Morrissey and ‘right’ about ourselves and others.
maybe the song is enough? maybe not enough for you or some? Moz could have, Moz should have? the guy just can’t win.
No, it expresses the emotions of the person who created this video . That's for sure .There’s a Smiths song being used to express peoples emotions, and possibly Morrissey’s or Sam’s also (?)