That argument supports the notion that For Britain should be stopped in it's tracks too but there's Morrissey screaming his support for it. He has given a level of legitamcy to this group of hate-mongers that they have not previously enjoyed. His acolytes can support him and his views all they want. The vast majority of older Smiths/Morrissey fans want nothing more to do with him. I am one such ex-fan.
I'm afraid banning Mein Kampf would do little by way of the reducing the ideology contained within it. We live in a different, digital age and it's forums like these were the real bile is spewed and the hatred enacted.
She’s probably on the payroll. Where the f*** was she before? Never heard of her in all my years
I agree with you. Certain opinions, specially coming from public figures, can help to bring the wrong ideas, sometimes without meaning to. Morrissey is not racist, but his promotion of For Britain might convince 'blind fans' to support such a bigoted party with square minded ideas. Being liberal is also about being open and welcoming to other people and cultures among other things.
I think removing his poster was over the top. There are real offensive posters out there that nobody care about and are not being removed. I might try from now on to complain about any poster that I find offensive. Specially the ones that have a bigoted taste or are disrespectful towards women.
Nah, folks need to get their act together
and go after the real evil, which is not Morrissey FFS.
Hmmmm. A predictable enough response.
Other people asserting their right to freedom of speech is censorship. So,, Morrissey refusing to allow companies to sell meat at or close to venues he plays at is what then?
Freedom of speech or censorship?
You can't have it both ways both ways but the alt-right need it both ways. They constantly claim to be the champions of freedom but with messages like this show themselves to be the abusers of freedoms that don't suit their agenda.
I think your points seem scattergun and inconsistent. Your central argument seems to be Morrissey has done nothing wrong by endorsing For Britain and that he doesn't deserve the backlash.
The backlash is palpable whether you agree with it or not. Hus next UK tour, if there ever is one, will be a muted affair.
The current number one album was released on 17 May https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divinely_Uninspired_to_a_Hellish_Extent