Morrissey: 'Prince Harry could eat 34 people and the UK press would call him a hero'
'Meat Is Murder' star Morrissey has revealed that he "never" regrets his remarks about the British royal family.
During an interview with News.com.au, he was asked if his comments "ever come back to haunt" him. He said: "Never. I don’t know anyone who likes the Boil Family. Monarchy represents an unequal and inequitable social system."
"There is no such thing as a royal person. You either buy into the silliness or else you are intelligent enough to realise that it is all human greed and arrogance. Harry killed 34 people in Afghanistan and the UK press called him a hero. If he ate 34 poor people in Haiti the UK press would still call him a hero. It is insufferable."
Morrissey also spoke about the current state of U.S. politics and voiced his support for former candidate Bernie Sanders: "It’s a mistake to ever expect American politics to make sense. They are obviously rigged. People will now vote for Thump in order to stop Clinton, or they will vote for Clinton to stop Thump, which means that people only vote in order to stop someone who is bad, but they do not vote for someone because they are good."
"Bernie Sanders was America’s only chance for positive change, but he was dismissed by the media and although his success story was extraordinary he was not what the establishment wanted because he is not a billionaire and he is not a warmonger."
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