TTY: Morrissey y Malvinas

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15 December 2015

Political hope died with the wrong one among many wrong ones; that thug of ego overload known as Margaret Thatcher. Proudly wearing the badge of the brute, thug Thatcher murdered Argentinian boys and gave the world the thumbs up. Atrocity has some validation if ownership is the final result, and to hell with intellect! Ensconced on her own throne, thug Thatcher's glut of excess set almost every major British city alight in flames. But that wasn't enough. Dressed in combat gear (!) the show-'em-all pilot blew up Argentina's Belgrano even though it posed no threat to British troops; youth too soon gone. England wondered how badly it had behaved in order to deserve Margaret Thatcher, who invented a civilization of hate. Legless war heroes still support Thatcher, for if they did not, they would be forced to face the truth of their lives: that their limbs were used to fuel her ego.
The Malvinas belong to the people of Argentina, not least of all because they are right here, in the windily warm Argentinian air. The Malvinas are not three miles west of Knightsbridge. Thatcher the destroyer did not care whether British or Argentinian lives were lost, and it is only her menu of horrors that ensure her legacy. No Thatcher monument would ever stand on British soil, for it would be felled in an instant as a symbol of poisoned terror. However, world peace is none of your business.

​Morrissey
​15 December 2015
​Buenos Aires


Photograph of Morrissey taken on 14 December 2015 in Argentina by Ginger Shortcake.

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Johnny Barleycorn

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I can't work out how someone can write anything this stupid. Morrissey is a psychopath with blood on his hands??? Holy shit you are one prize fool. You really do need some professional help dude. Get it fast.

Just pointing out that the public face he presents exhibits many of the recognised traits of a psychopath, and that he has long advocated suicide in both song and in interviews, most recently in his Larry King interview, where he called it "admirable," where it is anything but to the poor souls left behind and devastated.

Asleep, as beautiful as it is, is famously a call to self-destruction, and was cited in the media shortly after release as being potentially a trigger for suicide. It is a subject to which he has returned repeatedly. How many vulnerable, impressionable people were finally persuaded to kill themselves by his musings? I would suggest perhaps many down the decades and that he might consider that before suggesting others bear responsibility for the deaths of people.
 

Johnny Barleycorn

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I'm surprised to notice how many people still support colonialism. Brisith colonialism is as bad as any other colonialism.

Argentinian occupation in 1982 was the worst idea. We were under a militar dictatorship who took the decision influenced by CIA members who supported the dictators since 1976 (business of war, you fellow British know what I mean).

The dictatorship literally kidnaped teenagers with zero militar training to use them as conscript soldiers, they were abused by the military commanders of both sides. They were massacred, most of survivors can't overcome the horror they lived, a percentage of them commited suicide.

Malvinas belong to Argentina, that's true, you only have to look at a map to understand it. For us they are more than a piece of land in our ocean, they are the symbol of the process of independence that began 2 centuries ago and needs to be closed.

But mainly, the islands are the cementery of boys sacrificed on the altar of greed and lust for power. Those island are a symbol, the world has to determine what symbol: colonialism and exercise of military power or freedom and tribute to the innocent victims.

You choose which side you want to play. Moz did it

Would you care to link to the many hours of footage of the celebrations in the streets of the Argentine after the illegal fascist invasion of the Falklands or should I?

It's hard not to get the impression the only reason you are playing the victim card now is because your military dictatorship failed. Presumably if you had kept the Fallklands the Generals would still be in charge, perhaps casting a jealous eye over parts of Uruguay, Paraguay or Brazil as Maduro was doing recently in Venezuela with his neighbouring states.

Now Argentina has rid itself of the vile Kirchner perhaps it should concentrate not on the Falklands but on sorting out the chaos she left behind.
 
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Never mind !
I shall laugh out loud when Steven or Martin get a good kicking for all this poor publicity back in the UK !
You can't get much lower than this now kids !
#Paris for profit !
#Dead soldiers for profit ! Jeez !
Johnny B is right, just kill yourself Steven and make the dream real. When will you die ? Because people like you are a world cancer with nothing whatsoever to contribute in making the world a better place. You are the 5* global hotel wizard of Moz living a life of luxury posting crap TTY shit from meat/cheese serving, leather and fur clad hotels !

Get 4ckd ! Hope you die slow and painful very soon.

Yours in debunking.

Benny-the-British-Butcher ������

Steven and Martin are an embarrassment to English people and should be encourage to tour Iraq and Syria.
 

g23

Always crashing in the same car
It sounds pornish, maybe why he so happy..Moz please start doing porn vids, only untouches market for you now.
Porn would be redundant. We've all watched him repeatedly insert his head up his ass for years. Any more and he risks turning inside out.
 
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Matt Walker does not have ginger hair. Look at pictures of him, he has brown hair.

I think you have to look closer. His real hair is ginger. He had many colours in the past. And he is a really good photographer.
 
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Has he got some early onset of Dementia?

Great, a new topic. Maybe you start a new thread and ask officially "Do you think Morrissey has Dementia?" It should be entertaining. Probably this is what Moz had in mind when he wrote "All I am and was will go". Now it makes sense.
 
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He's --- increasingly desperate, and obviously suffering from a severe mental illness he has no intention of seeking medical help to address.

Maybe, but to be honest, I kind of feel that this applies to you as well. And I'm not trying to be mean.
 

BrummieBoy

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It is a ticket selling exercise. He's using the deaths of British and Argentine servicemen to line his own pockets. The Argentinians are now getting as wise to it as the rest of the planet, I'm sure.

They threw out Kirchner's party and seem finally, like Venezuela and soon Brazil it seems, to be over their dalliance with Bolivarian politics. As they grow as a democracy, one delivered directly as a result of the Falklands defeat, they'll be more and more grateful that the murdering dictatorship of the fascist Galtieri, which Morrissey seems to support wholeheartedly, was driven from power in 1982. Thousands of Argentinians probably owe their lives to the decisions made in Downing Street all those years ago. The junta's one way helicopter trips over the Atlantic to dispose of the disappeared were cancelled permanently, and Alfosin and a return to democracy followed in late 1983.

The lesson Argentina should continue to take from their Falklands adventure is simple: If you are going to start a war make sure you win it. Otherwise you run the risk of looking a bit silly. I'm sure it's also a bit embarrassing to carry around the yoke of that sort of national humiliation. I'm only guessing of course. Being a Brit I wouldn't know.

http://youtu.be/rGxsLbK9F0A

"Just a week before Galtieri sent troops to invade the islands, thousands of Argentines had been arrested when union and human rights activists led a protest against wage freezes, triple-digit inflation and military rule. The protest was the biggest that had taken place since the 1976 coup that brought the junta to power...Argentine voters are starting to realize that there are only cosmetic differences between Kirchners creeping autocracy and that of the military juntas she once condemned....utright takeovers of privately-owned businesses and attempts to silence critics, she has now reached the point of mimicking the actions of the military dictatorships whose victims she claims to avenge.

Though military coups in the region appear to be a relic of the past, today’s tactics are different only in degree and method. Cristina Kirchner may be more Machiavelli than Clausewitz, but, like Galtieri, she shares the same goal of distracting the populace with Falklands saber-rattling as a distraction from the increasing domestic problems that are festering under her tenure."


http://www.thecommentator.com/artic...itary_dictator_that_invaded_falklands_in_1982

How Margaret Thatcher's Falklands gamble paid off
"The prime minister's decision to go to war in 1982, with her government on the brink of collapse, changed everything





"The Falklands changed everything. The miners were confronted, leftwing local government crushed...."

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/apr/09/margaret-thatcher-falklands-gamble

 

BrummieBoy

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Without taking sides, that is irrelevant to Argentinas claim. From your link

The Spanish took control of Port Saint Louis and renamed it Puerto Soledad in 1767. On 10 June 1770, a Spanish expedition expelled the British colony at Port Egmont, and Spain took de facto control of the Islands. Spain and Great Britain came close to war over the issue, but instead, concluded a treaty on 22 January 1771, allowing the British to return to Port Egmont with neither side relinquishing sovereignty claims.[5] The British returned in 1771 but withdrew from the islands in 1774, leaving behind a flag and a plaque representing their claim to ownership, and leaving Spain in de facto control.[6][7]:25
From 1774 to 1811, the islands were ruled as part of the Viceroyalty of the River Plate. In that period, 18 governors were appointed to rule the islands. In 1777, Governor Ramon de Carassa was ordered to destroy the remains at Port Egmont. The British plaque was removed and sent to Buenos Aires.[3]:51

Spanish troops remained at Port Louis, known then as Port Soledad, until 1811[8] when Governor Pablo Guillen Martinez was called back to Montevideo as the revolutionary forces spread through the continent. He left behind a plaque claiming sovereignty for Spain


When Argentina gained independence in 1816 they claim they acquired the Islands from Spain.

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http://www.morrissey-solo.com/newreply.php?do=newreply&p=1986947748&return_node=2983
You are a nonsense.

Argentinian founding father recast as genocidal murderer

"The row echoes debates across Latin America over whether to celebrate or lament the arrival of Christopher Columbus and European settlers. Several countries have renamed 12 October as indigenous day rather than Columbus day and rehabilitated indigenous rebels as patriots."

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/jan/13/argentinian-founding-father-genocide-row


"the root of the problem can be traced to the celebrated Bulls of Donation by which the Borgia pope Alexander VI (1492-1503) exercised what medieval doctrine still told him was a God-given right to divide between Spain and Portugal all the distant lands that European navigators were starting to discover. The lines he drew (they were revised) went straight through what is now modern Portuguese-speaking Brazil, leaving most of the South American mainland to the Spaniards, whose conquistador armies had not yet arrived in Mexico or Peru. On the Spanish side of the line, still undiscovered 400 miles off the future Argentinian coast, lay the cluster of islands that the British would name after the naval entrepreneur Viscount Falkland, and the French Les Îles Malouine after St Malo, the favoured embarkation port of predatory privateers which – like their British counterparts – attacked Spanish imperial trade for decades. The Spaniards later adapted the French name and called them Las Malvinas.

All that came later. In the 16th century Protestant monarchs such as Elizabeth I rejected the "prerogative of the pope" (the pope reciprocated, and encouraged the doomed Armada of 1588), which rested not on the rights of discovery, let alone of settlement, but on the allocation of rights to lands – empty or occupied – not yet found by European explorers, the Magellans and Drakes of the period.

States abound with anomalies, none odder than British retention of the Channel Islands, the last remnant of William the Conquerer's Duchy of Normandy. Just a few miles off the French coast, it has survived countless wars and defeats for both sides, as well as German occupation. French names or not, the islanders seem happy to regard themselves as a British dependency. Gibraltar is another such anomaly, as are Spain's own Moroccan enclaves."


 
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BrummieBoy

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"Atrocity has some validation if ownership is the final result..." Steven Patrick Morrissey


"it has been alleged that the president of Argentina from 1868 to 1874, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, sought to wipe out blacks from the country in a policy of covert genocide through extremely repressive policies (including possibly the forced recruitment of Africans into the army and by forcing blacks to remain in neighborhoods where disease would decimate them in the absence of adequate health care).

Tellingly, Sarmiento wrote in his diary in 1848: “In the United States… 4 million are black, and within 20 years will be 8 [million]…. What is [to be] done with such blacks, hated by the white race? Slavery is a parasite that the vegetation of English colonization has left attached to leafy tree of freedom. By 1895, there were reportedly so few blacks left in Argentina that the government did not even bother registering African-descended people in the national census.

The CIA World Factbook currently notes that Argentina is 97 percent white (primarily comprising people descended from Spanish and Italian immigrants), thereby making it the “whitest” nation in Latin America."

Blackout: How Argentina ‘Eliminated’ Africans From Its History And Conscience

http://www.ibtimes.com/blackout-how-argentina-eliminated-africans-its-history-conscience-1289381
 

BrummieBoy

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BrummieBoy

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"Margaret Thatcher, who invented a civilization of hate." Steven Patrick Morrissey


Fading away like the stars in the morning
Losing their light in the glorious sun
Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling
Only remembered for what we have done

Only remembered only remembered
Only remembered for what we have done
Thus would we pass from this earth and its toiling
Only remembered for what we have done

Only the truth that in life we have spoken
Only the seed that in life we have sown
These shall pass onwards when we are forgotten
Only remembered for what we have done

Only remembered only remembered
Only remembered for what we have done
These shall pass onwards when we are forgotten
Only remembered for what we have done

Who’ll sing the anthem and who’ll tell the story
Will the line hold? Will it scatter and run?
Shall we at last be united in glory
Only remembered for what we have done

Only remembered only remembered
Only remembered for what we have done
Shall we at last be united in glory
Only remembered for what we have done
Only remembered for what we have done"


Prince Far I - No More War



 
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BrummieBoy

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'blew up Argentina's Belgrano even though it posed no threat to British troops; youth too soon gone.' Steven Patrick Morrissey

‘It was absolutely not a war crime,’
said the Belgrano’s captain, Hector Bonzo,
in an interview two years before his death in 2009.

‘It was an act of war, lamentably legal.’

Meanwhile, the Argentine admiral Enrique Molina Pico later admitted the location of the Belgrano outside the Exclusion Zone ‘did not mean it was withdrawn from the war’.

‘The integrated naval force had been deployed to carry out an attack on the British fleet in a co-ordinated operation with other naval groups,’
he wrote.

The heading away from the enemy fleet was only momentary, as the commander saw fit to wait for a more convenient time (to attack).

'The Belgrano and the other ships were a threat and a danger to the British
.’

 

Gregor Samsa

I straighten up, and my position is one of hope.
BB, you're taking up the entire boards with your spamming. Six posts in a row now, all filled with videos, pictures, links, quotes and whatnot. Get a hold of yourself. Are you on coke?

Also, to davidt, kewpie and Skinny: both Benny and Johnny have recently wished death on Moz (in this thread: http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947717&viewfull=1#post1986947717 and http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947744&viewfull=1#post1986947744).
How is that not offensive? Why is that allowed?
 

BrummieBoy

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'Veterans returned with physical and psychological wounds. Many had suffered mutilations, burns and been through painful/traumatic experiences, only to find their problems worsen in an unwelcoming society. Former conscripts were mostly forced to beg in the streets to meet their basic needs and the number of suicides ascended to more than 450 since the war officially ended. And this figure is close to Argentine casualties during the conflict: out of the 649 victims, 336 died in the island and 323 in the sinking of the school-ship ‘General Belgrano’.....

The Malvinas conflict is not only veterans’ history and past, but Argentina’s too. And if a country chooses to deny and forget its history, it will hardly be able to defend the rights of those who shaped it."

http://www.argentinaindependent.com...ts/falklandsmalvinas-aftermath-the-other-war/

 
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BrummieBoy

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BB, you're taking up the entire boards with your spamming. Six posts in a row now, all filled with videos, pictures, links, quotes and whatnot. Get a hold of yourself. Are you on coke?

Also, to davidt, kewpie and Skinny: both Benny and Johnny have recently wished death on Moz (in this thread: http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947717&viewfull=1#post1986947717 and http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947744&viewfull=1#post1986947744).
How is that not offensive? Why is that allowed?

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Also, to davidt, kewpie and Skinny: both Benny and Johnny have recently wished death on Moz (in this thread: http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947717&viewfull=1#post1986947717 and http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947744&viewfull=1#post1986947744).
How is that not offensive? Why is that allowed?

I'd guess that the reason this is tolerated is because your Lord and Master Morrissey wishes death on people on a daily basis. He'd probably wish for your death as well if he knew you better.
 

Thewlis

Junior Member
BB, you're taking up the entire boards with your spamming. Six posts in a row now, all filled with videos, pictures, links, quotes and whatnot. Get a hold of yourself. Are you on coke?

Also, to davidt, kewpie and Skinny: both Benny and Johnny have recently wished death on Moz (in this thread: http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947717&viewfull=1#post1986947717 and http://www.morrissey-solo.com/threa...lvinas?p=1986947744&viewfull=1#post1986947744).
How is that not offensive? Why is that allowed?
Well, don't expect anything from Skinsy, he's on their side, evidence notwithstanding.
I wish Kewpie or David would speak out though.
 
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