Morrissey’s Politically Correct Vegan Jihad
Morrissey is a British musician, pop icon, animal activist, and a newly proclaimed bestselling author, who won legions of fans during his heyday as frontman of the Smiths in the 1980. The man who is no stranger to controversy has once again given the masses food for thought with his latest provocative proclamation. You can always count on Morrissey to say something controversial and/or totally stupid. Eating meat is not murder like he previously suggested in one the song he wrote for The Smiths, it’s much worse than that, according to what he recently said while talking to fans online on True-to-you.net. People have to know that Morrissey is nothing less than the Marilyn Manson of political correctness… meaning that he doesn’t waste his time with half measures. He’s against discrimination, repression, racism, sexism, he’s into animal rights, vegetarism, multiculturalism, gay rights, the whole nine yards. And like usual, he tend to go into the extremes. If you eat meat you cannot be friend with a man like him. He said he wants nothing to do with meat-eaters.
I see no difference between eating animals and paedophilia, they are both rape, violence, murder. If I’m introduced to anyone who eats beings, I walk away. 
While most devout Morrissey fans may regard his every word as divine speech, including his recent monumental autobiography which he insisted on being published in the Penguin Classics series,  he pushed their devotion to the limit injecting a very high concentration of absurdity in his latest utterances. He said:
Imagine, for example, if you were in a nightclub and someone said to you: ‘Hello, I enjoy bloodshed, throat-slitting and the destruction of life,’ well, I doubt if you’d want to exchange phone numbers.
Wow, Morrissey really is an oversensitive fellow. The insights were shared in a Q&A session on his fan website, True to You. Asked about his proudest achievement, he said it was persuading many people to stop eating meat. He also compared abattoirs to Auschwitz, reported The Independent.
If you believe in the abattoir then you would support Auschwitz. There’s no difference. 
If you have access to YouTube, you should click on to what is called The video the meat industry doesn’t want you to see,” he told his followers.
If this doesn’t affect you in a moral sense then you’re probably granite. 
Morrissey, doesn’t mess around when it comes to animal-rights. The man canceled a 2009 Coachella concert over the smell of a barbecue and he is not shy to criticizes celebrities in particular for their promotion of meat.  He went on a rant recently asking question that would baffles anybody’s common sense: “If Jamie ‘Orrible is so certain that flesh-food is tasty then why doesn’t he stick one of his children in a microwave?” he asked.  And talking about having seen cook Cilla Black preparing a leg of lamb recently on television: “Since a lamb is a baby, I wondered what kind of mind Cilla Black could possibly have that would convince her that eating a baby is OK?”  Needless to say that his argument failed to convince some. “This isn’t in any way intended to cause offence to you or any other Morrissey enthusiasts, but he really does need a good shoeing sometimes,” Dan Layton commented on the Gigwise website, one of many which took up the subject.  Morrissey also threatened to “slip into permanent unconsciousness” if any journalist ever asked him again about the Smiths. Mark Fairley suggested: “The sooner someone asks him about the Smiths, the better …” 
Morrissey is a hardcore no hold barred animal rights activist, he’s on record saying that he would support a complete ban on all zoos and circuses. He believes that all animals should have the same basic rights as human beings, saying, “I would like to ask meat-eaters why they believe that animals should not have any rights to live their own lives, whilst humans fiercely demand a god-given right to live as they wish simply by reason of their birth alone.”  Not surprisingly, Morrissey’s comments have generated worldwide attention and have prompted people to consider the painful parallels between the abuse of humans and the abuse of animals. You have to give the man that, Morrissey puts his money where his mouth is: He just raised $13,500 for PETA by auctioning off a signed hardback edition of his sensational new memoir, Autobiography.  Morrissey have a lot of experience in creating contreversies in order to get his message across. In the past he wished death upon Margaret Thatcher, which led to an investigation of the singer, and he later said he wished George W. Bush had died instead of Ronald Reagan when the former president passed away.