Monday, March 27, 2006


There's not going to be any Morrissey dates in Canada, not while Canada club seals to death. Mozzer ruefully admits his boycott is unlikely to bring Canada to heel:

"I fully realise that the absence of any Morrissey concerts in Canada is unlikely to bring the Canadian economy to its knees, but it is our small protest against this horrific slaughter - which is the largest slaughter of marine animal species found anywhere on the planet," the singer said. "The Canadian Prime Minister says the so-called 'cull' is economically and environmentally justified, but this is untrue.

The Canadian Prime Minister also states that the slaughter is necessary because it provides jobs for local communities, but this is an ignorant reason for allowing such barbaric and cruel slaughter of beings that are denied life simply because somebody somewhere might want to wear their skin. Construction of German gas chambers also provided work for someone - this is not a moral or sound reason for allowing suffering."

Ouch - going a little far to invoke the holocaust in this one, Mozzer: you're not the mayor of London.

Canada have raised the stakes by announcing plans to tomrent a couple of whales, bludgeoning a porpoise and booking Andy Rourke and Mike Joyce to play a state banquet.

1 comment:

ian said...

Talking about himself in the third person now? We are not amused.

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