The Guardian and the Morrissey Vendetta by Fiona Dodwell - tremr

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By Anonymous on Jun 2, 2019 at 1:47 PM
  1. Anonymous

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    A new article about the Guardian & Mozza.

    The Guardian and the Morrissey Vendetta. - tremr
    By Fiona Dodwell

    Excerpt:

    "Journalists must not engage in intimidation, harassment or persistent pursuit," states The Guardian's own editorial policy. Rightly so, for the media's power to sway public opinion comes with great responsibility to not only their readers, but to the individuals they write about in their publication.

    Freedom of the press allows journalists to exercise their right to express their opinions freely and without restriction. No art should be immune from being held under the microscope and examined or critiqued - the same goes for the people who create this art. However, when you consider that The Guardian have amassed a whopping 478 Morrissey related content on their website, much of which appears to spew vitriol towards the singer, one can't help but question whether there's an underlying reason behind their obsession.


    UPDATE June 3:

    Link posted on Morrissey Central:

    The Guardian Of Hate.


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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Jun 2, 2019.

    1. gordyboy9
      gordyboy9
      will you ever make an account.
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    2. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Has Peter considered freelancing for The Guardian, I wonder...?
    3. gordyboy9
      gordyboy9
      the health service is at breaking point,they can hardly cope with the population we have now.
    4. Anonymous
      Anonymous

      It's the same with Corbyn.
    5. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      It's at breaking point because this government has underfunded it to breaking point so their mates can privatise it.

      It's only kept going by the hard work of 10s of thousands of immigrant nurses.
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    6. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      I wonder how Dodwell hasn't managed to bag herself a job at a major publication with high class writing like this? One can only wonder.
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    7. Stephen Hofmann
      Stephen Hofmann
      That's the thing, none of the major parties have the guts to impose an immigration limits.........even the Tory's only "aspired" to get the numbers under a 100,000 a year.........that far-right nasty Boris has even said he'd make all EU nationals already here citizens.
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    9. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Many people who saw Morrissey wearing his pin probably thought- no good will come of this. Morrissey is a publicity at any cost stupid unintelligent idiot. He orchestrated this it has gotten his name in print.
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    10. Verso
      Verso
      I love that a sophomoric, self-published blog post is considered newsworthy at this point.
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    11. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Strangely, my gripe with The Guardian is about its line on Venezuela, which are along the lines of those of Morrissey himself. I have issues with both.

      It’s not The Guardian that he should be targeting, or scapegoating as it happens. His fans have read his unpalatable opinions via Morrissey Central. It’s just convenient for him to pick an establishment to point the finger at. This “journalist” (she is far from that) is just his apologist of the moment.
    12. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      No, it's at a breaking point because you let in a million people who require healthcare but dont pay taxes. You Brits are thick .
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    14. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      The link you posted is a video produced by the BNP? Lol, okay. NEXT!
    15. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      It seems like The Guardian are the biggest whiners here. 400 plus times...
      For the record, just because something doesn't go to court, doesn't automatically make it "merely comment".
    16. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Morrissey and his posse of yesmen should be thanking The Guardian. If they weren’t writing about him, then he’d be even less relevant. The paper is propping up his moribund career.

      The man is a fraud. He was humiliated when the Der Spiegel audio was released. He should’ve just crawled away. Shown up to be a right stupid prick.
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    17. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      Its quite clear Morrissey has been purposely getting Uncle Skinny wound up for a good while now. He's playing a blinder to be fair and Skinny just cant sleep at night. Must be tough having so much love for a band then a solo artist and losing it all.
      Problem Skinny just doesnt realise is he has grown up to be such a bitter man, more so than Moz in many ways. Morrissey is so clever in his sutle way and is just playing one big game with skindog yarkshire man, he's got him my the ageing hairy sack and tweaking stray pubes off one by one.
    18. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      OK, so what particular sentences do you consider to be libel?
    19. reelfountain
      reelfountain
      Middle class champagne liberals ganging up on a successful working class autodidact.

      Nothing new.

      They scream about racism but bullying across the class divide is in their very nature.
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    20. reelfountain
      reelfountain
      All of them, because every word they write about Morrissey comes from a dark hateful place. They are the ruling establishment's worker bees with a hive mentality. Anyone who fails to support the currently-underway masterplan of one globalist consumer culture across the Western hemisphere must be attacked. He knows our game, close him down!
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