Morrissey Delighted To See A Matador Gored By A Bull

Written by | January 12, 2015 0:05 am | No Comments



Morrissey will never change and especially, he will never stop screaming his anger when it comes to defend animal rights. Did he go too far this time? I let you the judge! A female matador got gored in Mexico City and Morrissey didn’t hesitate to say he was delighted!

In a post on his fan site True to You, the famous singer expressed his joy, there is no other way to put it, to see this ‘serial killer’ been ‘gored’ by the bull twice. He then went at length to explain how unfair bullfighting is… I have to say that Karla the matador didn’t die, and Morrissey may even have been happier if it had been the case!

He doesn’t have to convince me, I find this tradition – because this is one of these traditions that people venerate like something essential to their culture – totally barbaric. ‘I’m sad because I could not cut off an ear and I could not kill a second bull’, said Karla, and this declaration didn’t go well with Morrissey… ‘we are sad that the bull did not come away with YOUR ear’, he wrote. I couldn’t agree more, why are people still doing this? Because their ancestors were doing it? Ridiculous! Some traditions have to go away, people have to stop doing this cruel game and please don’t patronize me with this-is-a-culture-that-you-don’t-understand type of argument, it is not ethically defendable.

Morrissey even brought the pedophilia argument in the whole thing, only him could do this! Just read the full post here:

‘The shame of beloved Mexico

I felt delight this week to see serial killer Karla de los Angeles justifiably gored in a bullring in Mexico City against her largely defenseless opponent. Make no mistake: there is no such thing as bullfighting. For the torment and slaughter of each bull there is an avowed plan and a strict script, so therefore there is no possibility of a contest of any kind. Yet there is the illusion of contest and action even if the order of events is very efficient – so efficient, in fact, that whenever the bull “wins” it is reported that the event has ‘gone wrong’. But why could anything go wrong if a contest is fair? Whenever the matador is suddenly at a disadvantage, other matadors rush to her/his aid, and they stab the bull. However, the bull is not allowed support from other bulls should he find himself similarly in trouble. For this reason, the event is superficial and can only appeal to people who have no intelligence.

Driven by perverted impulse, Karla de los Angeles wants to kill another being that has actually posed no threat to her, and her radio comment following this week’s failed attempt to out-wit a dying bull had de los Angeles confessing:

“I am sad because I could not cut off the bull’s ear.”

Well, Karla, please understand this: we are sad that the bull did not come away with YOUR ear.

Most tourist guides still list ‘bullfighting’ as a sport, yet nothing about the event is sporting. In actual and undeniable fact, it ought to be listed in travel publications as ‘torture’ because to the intelligent mind, it does not qualify for any other description.

This torture of bulls provides a small degree of employment in Mexico, as does the torture of humans at the U.S. detention center at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. The fact that some people will pay money to watch bull torture is immaterial because, after all, paedophilia presumably entertains the paedophile, but no one has yet described paedophilia as a sport.

The lack of moral heroism from Karla de los Angeles and her co-killers Hilda Tenorio and Lupita Lopez represents the very worst aspects of Mexican life, and for 2015 I wish all three women the very worst, for the very worst is their rightful due.

Thanks for reading this.




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