Morrissey compared isolation from COVID-19 to slavery.
Singer Smiths, who has spoken openly about his views against isolation, says “freedom is limited” and compares the UK government to “Chinese emperors.”
During an interview with his nephew Sam Esti Rayner on his official website, Sam said: “The Covid Society is also an accurate description of slavery, but we must be at a time when everything related to slavery must be blown up or sacrificed. canal in Bristol “.
And Morrissey replied: “Quite right. And more and more people are now forced to live in poverty, which is another form of slavery, just like taxes, council tax and all the other ways that we are being detained and monitored. Our current freedom is limited to visiting supermarkets. and buying sofas. The government acts like the Chinese emperors … “We will let you live like us if you behave yourself.”
Morrissey, 62, also called the Covid pandemic “Con-vid” and said it “brought out the worst in people.”
He said: “The problem is that nobody else can agree with anyone else, and this is the main result of Con-vid. He brought out the worst in people, and we have never been in this together. We are deprived of seeing and hearing other people, and above all, you want to be with others who see and hear what you see and hear, because this is the main oxygen for the human soul. Take it away and people are dead. “
When asked if he believes in revolution, the rocker replied: “No, because the tanks will be immediately directed against the people. The police have already been taught to think that every answer you give is a lie. This is all nonsense. what to do with me. The way it is “.