Has Morrissey really changed?

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I don't think he's changed that much at all. Even in the days of the Smiths, he was constantly harking back to a romanticised vision of some vanished (and possibly never-existed-in-the-first-place) England of the past, so I think his dislike of mass immigration is consistent with that whole mindset.
Very true but I'd skip romance and call it nostalgia. Moz is easily the most nostalgic artist in music and when he uses old film stars and that it's not so much about them as about those times in the past.

Like the famous Bobby Moore photo which to Moz was not about him but about the row of english houses in the background.
 
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One thing to note is that the aspects of Thatcherism that Moz was complaining about in the 80's are no longer exclusively right-wing problems. Post-Cold War, the mainstream Left adopted a lot of Thatcher's economic policies. That's what New Labor was all about: combining Thatcher's popular economic policies with the Left's relaxed social attitudes. Today's neo-liberal Left is just as pro-Big Business and anti-worker as Thatcher ever was.
Just listen to Maggie and her fantastic honesty and insight into the dangers of socialism when interviewed by a swedish jew.


How the world need someone like her right now. She is so right about Sweden and socialists having no confidence in the individual. Even self made people like 12 slack on the crack prefers socialism when he only loses from such a system every day. Socialists filling his country with people who hate homosexuals.

Things may work for a long time but inevitably we reach the point of no return.
 

Stephen Hofmann

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I don't think he's changed that much at all. Even in the days of the Smiths, he was constantly harking back to a romanticised vision of some vanished (and possibly never-existed-in-the-first-place) England of the past, so I think his dislike of mass immigration is consistent with that whole mindset.

I never really understand what people mean when they say "never existed in the first place.
 
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I never really understand what people mean when they say "never existed in the first place.
That we paint this picture of a country and time when everything was perfect. Take the debate in Sweden as an example. When muslim gangs burn cars and kill people some journo my age claims this was always the case referring to some local skinhead gang and the things they got up to.

Then when a helicopter is sent up to monitor and try to catch the muslims burning cars the same journo will deny it and even state that "helicopters are not something the public should be concerned about cause they are rarely dangerous".

This is a real life description.
 

Stephen Hofmann

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That we paint this picture of a country and time when everything was perfect. Take the debate in Sweden as an example. When muslim gangs burn cars and kill people some journo my age claims this was always the case referring to some local skinhead gang and the things they got up to.

Then when a helicopter is sent up to monitor and try to catch the muslims burning cars the same journo will deny it and even state that "helicopters are not something the public should be concerned about cause they are rarely dangerous".

This is a real life description.

Well, skinheads of any variety didn't exist before the late 60's.
 
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Well, skinheads of any variety didn't exist before the late 60's.
The journo brought up some skinheads in Eskilstuna in the 90's and claimed they were far worse. Of course the journo was ridiculed all over the country.

He won a golden shovel twice for his work and I told him "great now you have one we can kill you with and the other we can dig your grave with".

He is together with a woman who is a real life russian spy pretending to work with something else but that's quite common in Sweden and it's always been the case.

His name is Mattias but I gave him the name Gallimattias which is latin for shit talk or nonsense. Threatened to sue me so I beat him up on the spot to prove that even if I beat him up they won't lock me up and that was the first time he learned something.

He lived with his mom close to he turned 40 and I couldn't help by saying that loudly in the lobby to make people laugh. I wasn't drunk and I never am when I seek out people I want to beat up.
 

AztecCamera

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Reckon when The California Son was younger he would always shred on Redondo with a short board, now reckon that he has changed to a long board it has made him more chill mate c*** chipper curry inn n n nnn nnnnn nnnn it.
 
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Reckon when The California Son was younger he would always shred on Redondo with a short board, now reckon that he has changed to a long board it has made him more chill mate c*** chipper curry inn n n nnn nnnnn nnnn it.
You miss the times when USA was filled with people that seemed american and not like now when every country out there has taken over entire areas not least your neck of the woods which is not more british than the whole of UK.

I saw that a lot how american men felt inferior to the cool english lads that charmed the american women cause the american men were dressed for hunting or fishing asking for the nearest ATM.

Camo wearing americans just can't take it when english boys make shorts look good and talk in a way that wet the panties of every american girl.

Your time is over mate and even weed is legal and therefor boring.
 
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