Sunday, July 18, 2004

Sir Elton John claims censorship in America

A Small Victory tears that claim a new ***hole. We are talking Elton John after all.

Sir Elton John, reflecting on the shortage of successful pop songs condemning the invasion of Iraq, tells Interview magazine: "There's an atmosphere of fear in America right now that is deadly. Everyone is too career-conscious. They're all too scared… Things have changed. I don't know if there's been a time when the fear factor has played such an important role in America since McCarthyism in the 1950s as it does right now."

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My god, can you feel the chill wind of fear blowing? The crushing of dissent, the blacklisting of's so frightening! It's a police state, I tell you! Anti-Bush movie stars, directors, producers and musicians are cowering in fear! The silence is damning. Has no one a bad word to say about the president or is everyone being stifled? Elton, please spread the word quickly. But be careful, or the black helicopters will come for you! Don't forget your tin foil sunglasses!


Anonymous said...

And don't forget McCarthy was pretty much correct.

Joel Gaines said...

Sir Elton has never hidden his scorn for America. To him we are all racist, class-less cretins barely deserving to be blessed by his brilliance.

Anonymous said...

Whilst I loath Bush as much as the next man it would be nice if Elton could pop back here occasionally and pay some f**king taxes.

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