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Morrissey blogpost accuses ‘royal boils’ of hypocrisy over endangered species

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London Guardian
February 10, 2014

Morrissey has accused the royal family of hypocrisy after Prince Charles and Prince William went on a hunting trip in Spain a day before issuing a plea for wildlife protection.

Calling the Prince a “thickwit” and labelling the monarchy “a colossal embarrassment” to the UK, the blogpost is entitled “This story is old, I know, but it goes on” and was posted on his fansite True to You.

Although William’s speech (no doubt written by his publicity aides at Clarence House) will concentrate on endangered species, William is too thickwit to realise that animals such as tigers and rhino are only driven to near-extinction because people who are precisely like himself and his brother have shot them off the map – all in the name of sport and slaughter.

Whenever you shoot an animal in the head the outcome is usually the same: death. Just why William kills innocent and defenceless deer does not matter – the fact is, he does it, and we must go on and on asking why any form of violence is acceptable to the British establishment.

Morrissey suggested that endangered species are dying out purely because of “people like William and Harry”.

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