Very few artists or musicians have come forward to speak out against Left-wing fascism throughout its dangerous rise. But give credit where credit is due.
We should have known that for civil disobedience, a genius indie-rocker can come in handy.
In an impassioned Facebook post, 58 year-old rock legend Morrissey (formerly of The Smiths) has destroyed Teresa May along with PC tolerance in Europe, in the wake of yesterday’s terror attack in Manchester which claimed around 2 dozen innocent young lives.
“The anger is monumental. For what reason will this ever stop?” wrote Morrissey, a man known for saying a lot with only a few words.
“Theresa May says such attacks ‘will not break us,’ but her own life is lived in a bullet-proof bubble, and she evidently does not need to identify any young people today in Manchester morgues,” he wrote of the British Prime Minister.
Later in the post, the songwriter sharply criticized Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham for only going so far as to say “an extremist” was responsible for the suicide attack. “An extreme what? An extreme rabbit?” the artist asked.