Morrissey Compares Fast Food To Norway Massacre

July 30, 2011 by Post Team 

Morrissey Compares Fast Food To Norway MassacreMorrissey Compares Fast Food To Norway Massacre, Morrissey has issued a statement defending his comments earlier this week about the massacres in Norway.

Speaking in Warsaw on stage, lead singer of The Smiths said Anders Brevik’s actions were “nothing” compared to the slaughter of animals by fast food chains McDonalds and KFC. Not surprisingly, the comments on the headlines around the world and has now issued a statement clarifying his words.

“The recent killings in Norway was horrible as usual in these cases, the media gives the murderer exactly what he wants -. Worldwide fame,” he said.

“We are not told the names of people who lost their lives – almost as if not considered important enough, however, the media frenzy to turn the murderer Jack the Ripper in a star is repulsive … He should be. Nameless, photography and not silently away. ”

Meat is murder singer added: “The comment I made on stage in Warsaw could be further explained this way – millions of humans are routinely killed every day in order to fund the profits of McDonald and KFCruelty, but because these murders are protected by law, we are asked to feel indifferent about the murders, and even dare to question them. ”

Morrissey, a vegetarian convinced he concluded that we should not close our eyes to the way animals are killed for food. “If rightly be horrified by the murders of Norway, then surely it is natural to feel horror at the murder of an innocent being. You can not ignore animal suffering, simply because animals are not us.”

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