It appears that a few crap ex-rock stars led by members of Blur and Pink Floyd, hardly noted for contemporary chart success, are doing their best to support Billy Bragg and his latest fiendish plot to destroy the BNP via asking over privileged, undeserving, dickheads who once sung a few songs to demand they have a right not to allow their songs on BNP produced albums.
Personally, I agree with them.
Why we are funding these dickheads with our cash I do not know.
Better we release albums from nationalists for a nationalist audience rather than subsidise these parasites who made their money out an industry that is one of the most debased and degenerate on the planet.
We live in strange times.
Just because someone has the ability to write a few songs, does not make one an individual whose views on politics are worth listening too.
The era of the Geldoffs, Bono's and Billy Braggs when rock and pop music 'did politics' was the most monstrous egotistical moment in the evolution of music.
People mock the pompous progressive rock bands like Yes and Emerson Lake and Palmer as the bands that defined excess, arrogance, ego and pomposity in contemporary music - but in reality the real pompous arseholes in rock music were, and still are, all those rich, idiotic, drunken, druggie rock stars that thought that selling a few albums to the dickheads that bought them meant that they should also be regarded as gods of politics as well as gods of rock.
When Spinal Tap got political - that was the real farce.
There is nothing more idiotic and hypocritical than a multi-millionaire rock star pontificating about socialism, world poverty and multi-culturalism from a castle, a mansion in a 100 % whites only part of Dorset or from a massive farm in Shropshire.
The only real rock stars are dead.
If they live over 40 they are plastics.