Morrissey justifies Norway massacre comments
Washington, July 31 (ANI): Morrissey has refused to take back the comments he made about the massacre in Norway, comparing it to the slaughter of animals for fast food outlets, insisting that the two are morally equivalent.
The 52-year-old English singer went into a fit of fury onstage in Warsaw, Poland last weekend, just two days after the terror attacks in Oslo.
"We all live in a murderous world, as the events in Norway have shown... Though that is nothing compared to what happens in McDonald's and Kentucky Fried S**t every day," Contactmusic quoted him as saying before stating his track 'Meat Is Murder'.
Despite facing heavy criticism, Morrissey remained unperturbed, trying to justify his comment instead.
"The comment I made onstage at Warsaw could be further explained this way: Millions of beings are routinely murdered every single day in order to fund profits for McDonalds and KFCruelty, but because these murders are protected by laws, we are asked to feel indifferent about the killings, and to not even dare question them," he said.
"If you quite rightly feel horrified at the Norway killings, then it surely naturally follows that you feel horror at the murder of Any innocent being. You cannot ignore animal suffering simply because animals 'are not us'," he added. (ANI)
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